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V
V
adjective
belonging to the quinquevirs

v
v
adverb

V
V
cross-reference

v
v
cross-reference

v
v
cross-reference

V
V
noun
the office or dignity of a quinquevir

Vacalus
Vacalus
noun
a river of Gaul

vacans
vacans
adjective

vacans
vacans
adjective

vacans
vacans
noun
vacant estates

vacans
vacans
noun
that which is superfluous

vacanter
vacanter
adverb
superfluously

vacatio
vacātiō
noun
a being free

vacca
vacca
noun
a cow

Vacca
Vacca
noun

Vacca
Vacca
noun
A town of Byzacene in Africa

Vaccaeus
Vaccaeus
noun
a people of

Vaccensis
Vaccensis
adjective
of or pertaining to Vacca

Vaccensis
Vaccensis
noun
the inhabitants of Vacca

vaccinium
vaccīnium
noun
the blueberry

vaccinus
vaccīnus
adjective
of or from cows

vaccula
vaccula
noun
a little cow or heifer

Vaccus
Vaccus
noun
a general of Fundi

Vacea
Vacea
noun
a river of Lusitania

vacefio
vacēfīō
verb
to become or be made empty

vacerra
vacerra
noun
a log

vacerrosus
vacerrōsus
adjective
mad

Vachalis
Vachalis
noun
the Waal

vacillatio
vacillātiō
noun
a rocking to and fro

vacillo
vacillō
verb
to sway to and fro

vacive
vacīvē
adverb
at leisure

vacivitas
vacīvitās
noun
emptiness

vacivus
vacīvus
adjective
empty

vaco
vacō
verb
to be empty

vacue
vacuē
adverb

vacuefacio
vacuēfaciō
verb
to make empty

vacuitas
vacuitās
noun
empty space

Vacuna
Vacūna
noun
the goddess of rural leisure

Vacunalis
Vacūnālis
adjective
of or belonging to Vacuna

vacuo
vacuō
verb
to make empty or void

vacuum
vacuum
noun
Without value

vacuum
vacuum
noun
leisure

vacuum
vacuum
noun
an empty space

vacuus
vacuus
adjective
empty

Vada
Vada
noun
a stronghold in

vadatus
vadātus
adjective
bound

Vada volaterranum
Vada volaterranum
noun
a port in Etruria south of Pisa

Vadimonis lacus
Vadimōnis lacus
expression
a small lake in Etruria near Ameria

vadimonium
vadimōnium
noun
a promise secured by bail

vado
vādō
verb
to go

vador
vador
verb
to bind over by bail

vado
vadō
verb
to wade through

vadosus
vadōsus
adjective
full of shallows or fords

Vadum
Vadum
noun
a city in Liguria

vadum
vadum
noun
a shallow place in water

vadus
vadus
noun
a shallow place in water

vae
vae
interjection
ah! alas!

vae
vae
cross-reference
out

vaecors
vāecors
adjective
destitute of reason

vaeneo
vaeneō
verb

vaeneo
vaeneō
verb
to go to sale

vaenum
vaenum
verb

vaenumdo
vaenumdō
verb
to sell

vaenus
vaenus
noun
sale

vaesanus
vaesānus
adjective
not of sound mind

vaesasania
vaesāsānia
noun
madness

vaesasanio
vaesāsāniō
verb
to be insane

vafellus
vafellus
adjective

vafer
vafer
adjective
sly

vaframentum
vafrāmentum
noun
a crafly device

vaframentum
vāfrāmentum
noun
a crafly device

vafre
vāfrē
adverb
slyly

vafre
vafrē
adverb
slyly

vafritia
vafritia
noun
craftiness

vafritia
vāfritia
noun
craftiness

Vaga
Vaga
cross-reference

vagabundus
vagābundus
adjective
strolling about

vagatio
vagātiō
noun
a strolling about

vagatus
vagātus
adjective

vage
vagē
adverb
here and there

Vagennus
Vagennus
noun
an Alpine people of Liguria

Vagenses
Vagenses
cross-reference

Vagensis
Vagensis
noun
the inhabitants of Vacca

Vagensis
Vagensis
adjective
of or pertaining to Vacca

Vagia
Vagia
noun
a river of Lusitania

Vagiennus
Vagiennus
noun
an Alpine people of Liguria

vagina
vāgīna
noun
a scabbard

vaginula
vāgīnula
noun
a little sheath

vagio
vāgiō
verb
to cry

vagitus
vāgītus
noun
a crying

vago
vagō
verb
to wander

vagor
vagor
verb
to stroll about

vagor
vāgor
noun
a sounding

vagulatio
vāgulātiō
noun

vagulus
vagulus
adjective
wandering

vagus
vagus
adjective
strolling about

vah
vah
interjection
ah! oh!

vaha
vaha
interjection
ah! oh!

vaha
vaha
interjection

Vahalis
Vahalis
noun
the Waal

Valdasus
Valdasus
noun
a river in Pannonia

valde
valdē
adverb
intens. adv

vale
valē
cross-reference

valedico
valedīcō
verb
to be strong

vale dico
vale dico
verb
v. n.

valedico
valedīcō
verb
v. n.

Valens
Valens
adjective
the father of the third Mercury

valens
valens
adjective

valens
valens
adjective
strong

valenter
valenter
adverb
strongly

valentia
valentia
noun
bodily strength

Valentia
Valentia
noun
the name of several towns

Valentinianus
Valentīniānus
noun
a sect of heretics in the second century

Valentinus
Valentīnus
noun
the inhabitants of Valentia

valentulus
valentulus
adjective
strong

valeo
valeō
verb
to be strong

valeria
valeria
noun
a kind of eagle

Valeria
Valeria
noun
the name of a Roman gens.

Valerianus
Valeriānus
noun
a Roman emperor

Valerianus
Valeriānus
adjective
of or belonging to a Valerius

Valerianus
Valeriānus
adjective

Valerius
Valerius
noun
the name of a Roman gens.

Valerius
Valerius
adjective
of or belonging to a Valerius

valesco
valescō
verb
to grow strong

Valesius
Valesius
noun
the name of a Roman gens.

valetudinarium
valētūdinārium
noun
A sick-room

valetudinarius
valētūdinārius
adjective
sickly

valetudinarius
valētūdinārius
noun
one in infirm health

valetudo
valētūdō
noun
habit

valgiter
valgiter
adverb
awry

Valgius
Valgius
noun
the name of a Roman gens.

valgus
valgus
adjective
having the calves of the legs bent outwards

valide
validē
adverb
strongly

validitas
validitās
noun
strength

validus
validus
adjective
strong

valitudo
valītūdō
noun
habit

vallaris
vallāris
adjective
of or belonging to a rampart

vallatio
vallātiō
noun
an intrenchment

vallecula
vallecula
noun
a little valley

valles
vallēs
noun
a valley

vallescit
vallescit
cross-reference

vallestre
vallestre
noun
valleys

vallicula
vallicula
noun
a little valley

vallis
vallis
noun

vallis
vallis
noun
a valley

vallo
vallō
verb
to surround with a rampart and palisades

Vallonia
Vallōnia
noun
the goddess of valleys

vallum
vallum
noun
an earthen wall or rampart set with palisades

vallus
vallus
noun
a stake

vallus
vallus
noun
a little winnowing-van

valor
valor
noun
value

valva
valva
noun
the leaves

valva
valva
noun
the leaf of a door

valvatus
valvātus
adjective
having folding-doors

valvola
valvola
noun
the pod

Vandalicus
Vandalicus
noun
a surname of Justinian

Vandalius
Vandalius
noun
the Vandals

Vandalus
Vandalus
adjective
Vandal

Vandilius
Vandilius
noun
the Vandals

Vandilus
Vandilus
noun
the Vandals

vane
vānē
adverb
idly

vanesco
vānescō
verb
to pass away

vanga
vanga
noun
a kind of mattock

Vangio
Vangiō
noun
a prince of the Suevi

Vangionis
Vangionis
noun
a German people on the Rhine

vanidicus
vānidicus
adjective

Vaniensis
Vāniensis
noun
a people of

vanilocus
vānilocus
adjective
talking emplily or idly

vaniloquentia
vāniloquentia
noun
empty or idle talk

Vaniloquidorus
Vāniloquidōrus
noun
gabble-giver

vaniloquium
vāniloquium
noun
empty or idle talk

vaniloquus
vāniloquus
adjective
talking emplily or idly

vanitas
vānitās
noun
emptiness

vanities
vānitiēs
noun
emptiness

vanitudo
vānitūdō
noun
emptiness

Vannianus
Vanniānus
adjective
of Vannius

Vannius
Vannius
noun
a king of the Quadi in the time of Tiberius

vanno
vannō
verb
to fan

vannus
vannus
noun
a fan

vano
vānō
verb
to utter empty words

vanum
vānum
noun
emptiness

vanus
vānus
adjective
that contains nothing

vapide
vapidē
adverb
poorly

vapidus
vapidus
adjective
that has emitted steam or vapor

vapor
vapor
noun
steam

vaporalis
vapōrālis
adjective
of or belonging to steam or vapor

vaporaliter
vapōrāliter
adverb
like a vapor

vaporarium
vapōrārium
noun
a steam-pipe

vaporate
vapōrātē
adverb
with heat

vaporatio
vapōrātiō
noun
a steaming

vaporifer
vapōrifer
adjective
emitting steam

vaporo
vapōrō
verb
to emit steam or vapor

vaporosus
vapōrōsus
adjective
full of steam or vapor

vaporus
vapōrus
adjective
steaming

vapos
vapos
noun
steam

vappa
vappa
noun
wine that has lost its spirit and flavor

vappo
vappō
noun
a moth

vapularis
vāpulāris
adjective
that gets a flogging

vapulo
vāpulō
verb
to get a cudgelling or flogging

vara
vāra
noun
A wooden horse or trestle

varatio
vārātiō
noun
a bending

Varcianus
Varciānus
noun
a people of Pannonia

Vardaeus
Vardaeus
noun
a people in Dalmatia

Vardulus
Vardulus
noun
a people of Lusitania

Varenus
Varēnus
noun
a Roman proper name

Vargula
Vargula
noun
a talkative friend of

Vargunteius
Varguntēius
noun
a Roman senator who was engaged in Catiline's conspiracy

vargus
vargus
noun
a vagabond

varia
varia
noun
A panther

Varia
Varia
noun
A small city of the Sabines

varia
varia
noun

variabilis
variābilis
adjective
changeable

varians
varians
adjective
varied

variantia
variantia
noun
a difference

Varianus
Vāriānus
adjective

Varianus
Vāriānus
adjective
of or belonging to a Varus

varianus
variānus
adjective
divers-colored

variatim
variātim
adverb
in various ways

variatio
variātiō
noun
a difference

variatus
variātus
adjective
diverse

varicator
vāricātor
noun
one that walks with his legs spread apart

varico
vāricō
verb
to spread the legs apart

varicose
varicōsē
adverb
full of dilated veins

varicosus
varicōsus
adjective
full of dilated veins

varicula
varicula
noun
a small varix

varicus
vāricus
adjective
with feet spread apart

varicus
vāricus
adverb
with feet spread apart

varie
variē
adverb
with diverse colors

variego
variegō
verb
to make of various sorts or colors

varietas
varietās
noun
difference

Varinus
Varīnus
noun
a German tribe on the Baltic Sea

vario
variō
verb
v.a

Varist
Varist
noun
a people of Germany

Varistum
Varistum
noun
a people of Germany

varitus
vāritus
adverb

Varius
Varius
adjective
the name of a Roman gens

varius
varius
adjective
diverse

varix
varix
noun
a dilated vein

varo
vārō
verb
to bend

varo
vārō
noun
a stupid

Varro
Varrō
noun
a surname in the gens Terentia

Varronianus
Varrōniānus
adjective
of or belonging to a Varro

Varus
Vārus
noun
a surname

varus
vārus
adjective
bent

varus
varus
noun
an eruption

Varvarinus
Varvarinus
noun
a people of Liburnia

Varvarus
Varvarus
noun
a people of Istria

vas
vas
noun
a bail

vas
vās
noun
a vessel

vasarium
vāsārium
noun
Furniture-money

Vasata
Vāsāta
noun
a people of Aquitania

Vasata
Vasāta
noun
a people of Aquitania

Vasaticus
Vāsāticus
adjective
of or belonging to the Vasates

Vasaticus
Vasāticus
adjective
of or belonging to the Vasates

Vasatis
Vasātis
noun
a people of Aquitania

Vasatis
Vāsātis
noun
a people of Aquitania

vasatus
vāsātus
noun

vascellum
vascellum
noun
a small vase or urn

Vasconia
Vasconia
noun
the country of the Vascones

Vasconicus
Vasconicus
adjective
of or belonging to the Vascones

Vasconis
Vasconis
noun
a people in

Vasconis
Vasconis
adjective
of the Vascones

vascularius
vasculārius
noun
one who makes vessels of metal

vasculum
vasculum
noun
a small vessel

vascus
vascus
adjective

vastabundus
vastābundus
adjective
wasting

vastatio
vastātiō
noun
a laying waste

vastator
vastātor
noun
a desolater

vastatorius
vastātōrius
adjective
wasting

vastatrix
vastātrix
noun
waster

vaste
vastē
adverb
Rudely

vastesco
vastescō
verb
to become desert or waste

vastificus
vastificus
adjective
laying waste

vastitas
vastitās
noun
an empty place

vastities
vastitiēs
noun
ruin

vastitudo
vastitūdō
noun
ruin

vasto
vastō
verb
to make empty or vacant

vastulus
vastulus
adjective
rather huge or bulky

vastus
vastus
adjective
empty

vasum
vāsum
noun

vasum
vāsum
noun
a vessel

vasus
vāsus
noun

vates
vātēs
noun
a foreteller

vatia
vatia
noun
a bowlegged man

vatia
vatia
noun

Vaticanus
Vāticānus
adjective
the Vatican Hill in Rome

Vaticanus
Vātīcānus
adjective
the Vatican Hill in Rome

vaticinatio
vāticinātiō
noun
a foretelling

vaticinator
vāticinātor
noun
a soothsayer

vaticinatrix
vāticinātrix
noun
a prophetess

vaticinium
vāticinium
noun
a prediction

vaticinius
vāticinius
adjective
prophetic

vaticinor
vāticinor
verb
to foretell

vaticinus
vāticinus
adjective
prophetical

Vatienus
Vatiēnus
noun

vatillum
vatillum
noun
A shovel

Vatinianus
Vatīniānus
adjective

Vatinianus
Vatīniānus
adjective
of or belonging to Vatinius

Vatinius
Vatīnius
noun
the name of a Roman gens

vatis
vātis
noun
a foreteller

vatius
vatius
adjective
bent outwards

vatrax
vatrax
adjective
with crooked feet

vatrax
vātrax
adjective
with crooked feet

Vatrenus
Vatrenus
noun
a river of Gallia Cispadana falling into the Po

Vatrenus
Vātrenus
noun
a river of Gallia Cispadana falling into the Po

vatricosus
vātricōsus
adjective
with crooked feet

vatricosus
vatricōsus
adjective
with crooked feet

ve
adverb
or

ve
prefix
out

vea
vea
noun
a way

Vecilius
Vecilius
noun
a mountain in Latium

vecordia
vēcordia
noun
want of reason

vecors
vēcors
adjective
destitute of reason

Vecta
Vecta
noun

Vecta
Vecta
noun

vectabilis
vectābilis
adjective
that can be carried

vectabulum
vectābulum
noun
a carriage

vectaculum
vectāculum
noun
a carriage

vectarius
vectārius
adjective
of or for carrying or conveying

vectatio
vectātiō
noun
a carrying or being carried

vectiarius
vectiārius
noun
one who works the lever

vecticularius
vecticulārius
adjective

vectifer
vectifer
adjective
having a bolt

vectigal
vectīgal
noun
a toll

vectigaliarius
vectīgāliārius
noun
a collector or receiver of taxes

vectigalis
vectīgālis
adjective
Of or belonging to imposts or taxes

vectio
vectiō
noun
a carrying

Vectis
Vectis
noun
an island south of Britain

vectis
vectis
noun
a strong pole or bar

vectitatus
vectitātus
adjective
borne or carried about

Vectius
Vectius
noun
the name of a Roman gens

vecto
vectō
verb
to bear

Vectonis
Vectōnis
noun
a people of Lusitania

vector
vector
noun
one that bears

vectorius
vectōrius
adjective
of or for carrying

vectrix
vectrix
noun
she that carries or transports

vectura
vectūra
noun
a bearing

vecturarius
vectūrārius
noun
a driver

vectus
vectus
adjective

Vediiovis
Vēdiiovis
noun
an Etruscan divinity

Vediovis
Vēdiovis
noun
an Etruscan divinity

Vedius
Vēdīus
noun
another name for

Vedius
Vēdius
adjective
the name of a Roman gens

veemens
veemens
adjective
very eager

vegeo
vegeō
verb
to move

vegetabilis
vegetābilis
adjective
animating

vegetamen
vegetāmen
noun
the animating power

vegetatio
vegetātiō
noun
an enlivening

vegetator
vegetātor
noun
an enlivener

Vegetius
Vegetius
noun
a Roman proper name

vegeto
vegetō
verb
to arouse

vegetus
vegetus
adjective
enlivened

vegrandis
vēgrandis
adjective
not very large

vehatio
vehātiō
noun
a carrying

vehemens
vehemens
adjective
very eager

vehementer
vehementer
adverb
Eagerly

vehementesco
vehementescō
verb
to become violent or vehement

vehementia
vehementia
noun
Eagerness

vehes
vehēs
noun
a carriage loaded

vehicularis
vehiculāris
adjective
of or belonging to carriages or vehicles

vehicularius
vehiculārius
adjective
of or belonging to carriages or vehicles

vehiculum
vehiculum
noun
a means of transport

veho
vehō
verb
to bear

Veia
Vēia
noun
a proper name of a woman

Veiens
Vēiens
adjective
an inhabitant of Veii

Veiens
Vēiens
adjective
of or belonging to Veii

Veientana
Vēientāna
noun
an inferior sort of wine

Veientanus
Vēientānus
adjective
of or belonging to Veii

Veius
Vēius
noun
a very ancient city in Etruria

Vei^us
Vēi^us
adjective
of Veii

Veja
Vēja
noun
a proper name of a woman

Vejens
Vējens
adjective
of or belonging to Veii

Vejentanum
Vējentānum
noun
an inferior sort of wine

Vejentanus
Vējentānus
adjective
of or belonging to Veii

Vejentanus
Vējentānus
noun
the inhabitants of Veii

Vejento
Vējentō
noun
a surname in the Fabrician

Vejovis
Vējovis
noun
an Etruscan divinity

Vejus
Vējus
noun
a very ancient city in Etruria

Vejus
Vejus
adjective
of Veii

vel
vel
conjunction
will

vela
vela
noun
the Gallic name for the plant

Velabrensis
Vēlābrensis
adjective
of or belonging to the Velabrum

Velabrensis
Vēlābrensis
adjective

Velabrum
Vēlābrum
noun
A street in Rome on the Aventine Hill

velabrum
vēlābrum
noun
a covering or awning

velamen
vēlāmen
noun
a cover

velamentum
vēlāmentum
noun
a cover

velaris
vēlāris
adjective
of or belonging to a veil or curtain

velarium
vēlārium
noun
a covering

velarius
vēlārius
noun
A slave who attended to closing the curtains at the entrance of an apartment

velati
vēlātī
noun

velatio
vēlātiō
noun
a veiling

velato
vēlātō
adverb

velatus
vēlātus
noun
soldiers who wore only a cloak

Velaunus
Velaunus
noun
a people of Aquitania

Veleda
Veleda
noun
a prophetic virgin among the Germans

veles
vēles
noun
a kind of light-armed soldier

Velia
Velia
noun
An elevated part of the Palatine Hill at Rome

Veliensis
Veliensis
adjective
of or belonging to Velia

Veliensis
Veliensis
noun
the inhabitants of Velia

Veliensis
Veliensis
adjective
of or belonging to Velia

velifer
vēlifer
adjective
sail-bearing

velificatio
vēlificātiō
noun
a making sail

velificium
vēlificium
noun
a making sail

velificor
vēlificor
verb
to make sail

velifico
vēlificō
verb
to sail

velificus
vēlificus
adjective
made with sails

veliger
vēliger
adjective
sail-bearing

Velina
Velīna
noun
the people who dwelt around Lake Velinus

Velinus
Velīnus
adjective
of Velia

Velinus
Velīnus
noun
a lake in the Sabine territories

velitaris
vēlitāris
adjective
of or belonging to the

velitars
vēlitārs
noun

velitatio
vēlitātiō
noun
a skirmishing

Veliterninus
Velīternīnus
adjective

Veliterninus
Velīternīnus
adjective
of Velitrae

Veliternus
Velīternus
adjective

Veliternus
Velīternus
noun
a proper name

Veliternus
Velīternus
adjective
of or belonging to Velitrae

Veliternus
Velīternus
noun
the inhabitants of Velitrae

velitor
vēlitor
verb
to fight like the

Velitra
Velītra
noun
a town of the Volsci

velivolans
vēlivolans
adjective
sail-flying

velivolus
vēlivolus
adjective
sail-flying

vella
vella
noun

vella
vella
noun
a country-house

vellatura
vellātūra
noun
a carrying

Vellaunodunum
Vellaunodūnum
noun
a town of

Vellavius
Vellavius
noun
a people of Aquitania

Velleianus
Vellēiānus
adjective
of a Velleius

Velleius
Vellēius
noun
the name of a Roman gens.

Velleius
Vellēius
adjective
of or belonging to a Velleius

vellicatim
vellicātim
adverb
by pinches or twitches

vellicatio
vellicātiō
noun
a plucking

vellico
vellicō
verb
to pluck

Velliocasses
Velliocasses
noun
a people on the right bank of the Seine

vello
vellō
verb
to pluck or pull

vellus
vellus
noun
wool shorn off

velo
vēlō
verb
to cover

Velocassis
Velocassis
noun

Velocassis
Velocassis
noun
a people on the right bank of the Seine

velocitas
vēlōcitās
noun
swiftness

velociter
vēlōciter
adverb
swiftly

velox
vēlox
adjective
swift

velum
vēlum
noun
a cloth

velumen
vēlūmen
noun
a fleece

velut
velut
adverb
even as

veluti
veluti
adverb
even as

vemens
vēmens
cross-reference

vemens
vēmens
adjective
very eager

vementer
vēmenter
adverb
Eagerly

vena
vēna
noun
a blood-vessel

venabulum
vēnābulum
noun
a huntingspear

Venafer
Venāfer
adjective
of or belonging to Venafrum

Venafranum
Venāfrānum
noun
Venafran-oil

Venafranus
Venāfrānus
adjective
of Venafrum

Venafrum
Venāfrum
noun
a very ancient town of the Samnites

venaliciarius
vēnālīciārius
noun
a slave-dealer

venaliciarius
vēnālīciārius
adjective
of or belonging to slave-selling

venalicium
vēnālīcium
noun
taxes on sales

venalicium
vēnālīcium
noun
Slave-selling

venalicius
vēnālīcius
noun
a slave-dealer

venalicius
vēnālīcius
adjective
of or belonging to selling

venaliciutius
vēnālīciutius
adjective
of or belonging to selling

venalis
vēnālis
adjective
of or belonging to selling

venalis
vēnālis
noun
a young slave offered for sale

venalitas
vēnālitās
noun
the capability of being bought

venalitius
vēnālītius
adjective

Venamus
Venamus
noun
a people of Gaul

Venaria
Venaria
noun
an island in the Tuscan Sea

venaticius
vēnātīcius
adjective
of or belonging to hunting or the chase

venaticus
vēnāticus
adjective
of or belonging to hunting

venatilis
vēnātilis
adjective
springing from a vein

venatio
vēnātiō
noun
hunting

venatitius
vēnātītius
adjective

venatius
vēnātius
adjective
of or belonging to hunting or the chase

venator
vēnātor
noun
a hunter

venatorius
vēnātōrius
adjective
of or belonging to a hunter or to the chase

venatrix
vēnātrix
noun
a huntress

venatura
vēnātūra
noun
hunting

venatus
vēnātus
noun
hunting

vendax
vendax
adjective
fond of selling

vendibilis
vendibilis
adjective
that may be sold

vendibiliter
vendibiliter
adverb
salably

vendico
vendicō
verb
to lay legal claim to

vendico
vendicō
verb

venditarius
venditārius
adjective

venditatio
venditātiō
noun
a specious display

venditator
venditātor
noun
a boaster

venditio
venditiō
noun
a selling

vendito
venditō
verb
to offer again and again for sale

venditor
venditor
noun
a seller

venditrix
venditrix
noun
she that sells or vends

venditum
venditum
noun
a sale

venditus
venditus
adjective

vendo
vendō
verb
to sell

Venedus
Venedus
noun
a people of northern Germany

venefica
venēfica
noun
a poisoner

veneficium
venēficium
noun
A poisoning

veneficus
venēficus
adjective
poisoning

veneficus
venēficus
noun
a poisoner

venenarius
venēnārius
adjective
of or belonging to poison

venenarius
venēnārius
noun
a poisonmixer

venenatum
venēnātum
noun
venomous animals

venenatus
venēnātus
adjective
filled with poison

venenatus
venēnātus
adjective

venenifer
venēnifer
adjective
containing poison

venenifer
venēnifer
noun
a constellation

veneno
venēnō
verb
To poison

venenose
venēnōsē
adverb
very poisonously

venenosus
venēnōsus
adjective
full of poison

venenum
venēnum
noun
a potion

veneo
vēneō
verb
to go to sale

venerabilis
venerābilis
adjective
worthy of respect or reverence

venerabiliter
venerābiliter
adverb
with veneration

venerabundus
venerābundus
adjective
venerating

venerandus
venerandus
adjective

venerandus
venerandus
adjective

veneranter
veneranter
adverb
with veneration

venerarius
venerārius
adjective
of or belonging to love

veneratio
venerātiō
noun
the highest respect

venerator
venerātor
noun
a reverencer

veneratus
venerātus
adjective

Venerea
Venerea
noun
a kind of mussels

Venereum
Venereum
noun
the Venus-throw

Venereus
Venereus
noun
the templeslaves of the Erycinian Venus

Venereus
Venereus
noun
the Venus-throw

Venereus
Venereus
adjective

Venereus
Venereus
adjective
of or belonging to Venus

Veneria
Veneria
noun
a kind of mussels

Venerius
Venerius
noun
the Venus-throw

Venerius
Venerius
noun
the templeslaves of the Erycinian Venus

Venerius
Venerius
adjective
of or belonging to Venus

Venerius
Venerius
adjective

Venerivagus
Venerivagus
adjective
vagabond in love

venero
venerō
verb

veneror
veneror
verb
to reverence with religious awe

venero
venerō
verb

Venetia
Venetia
noun
the country of the Veneti

Venetia
Venetia
noun
the country of the Veneti

Venetianus
Venetiānus
noun
the adherents of the Blues

Veneticus
Veneticus
adjective
of or belonging to the Veneti

Venetulanus
Venetulānus
noun
an extinct people of Latium

Venetus
Venetus
noun
A people in

Venetus
Venetus
adjective
Of or belonging to the Veneti

Venetus
Venetus
noun
one of the Blue faction

Venetus lacus
Venetus lacus
expression
portion of the lake of Constance

venia
venia
noun
complaisance

veniabilis
veniābilis
adjective
pardonable

venialis
veniālis
adjective
Gracious

venicula
vēnīcula
cross-reference
a kind of grapes

Venilia
Venīlia
noun
the name of several sea-nymphs

venilia
venīlia
cross-reference

venio
veniō
verb
to come

Vennensis
Vennensis
noun
a people of

Vennonius
Vennōnius
noun
a Roman historian whose works are lost

vennucula
vennūcula
cross-reference
a kind of grapes

venor
vēnor
verb
to hunt

venosus
vēnōsus
adjective
full of veins

vensica
vensīca
noun
the bladder

venter
venter
noun
the belly

Ventidianus
Ventidiānus
adjective

Ventidianus
Ventidiānus
adjective
Ventidian

Ventidius
Ventidius
noun
the name of a Roman

ventilabrum
ventilābrum
noun
an implement for winnowing grain

ventilabundus
ventilābundus
adjective
swinging to and fro

ventilatio
ventilātiō
noun
an airing

ventilator
ventilātor
noun
one who winnows grain

ventilo
ventilō
verb
to toss

ventio
ventiō
noun
a coming

ventito
ventitō
verb
to come often

vento
ventō
verb
to be wont to come

ventose
ventōsē
adverb
as if full of wind

ventositas
ventōsitās
noun
windiness

ventosus
ventōsus
adjective
full of wind

ventrale
ventrāle
noun
a belly-band

ventralis
ventrālis
adjective
of or belonging to the belly

ventricola
ventricola
noun
one who makes a god of his belly

ventriculatio
ventriculātiō
noun
the belly-ache

ventriculosus
ventriculōsus
adjective
of or belonging to the belly

ventricultor
ventricultor
noun

ventriculum
ventriculum
noun
the belly

ventriculus
ventriculus
noun
the belly

ventrifluus
ventrifluus
adjective
laxative

ventrigo
ventrigō
verb

ventriloquus
ventriloquus
noun
one who speaks from his belly

ventriosus
ventriōsus
adjective
having a large belly

ventrosus
ventrōsus
cross-reference
bellying out

ventruosus
ventruōsus
cross-reference
bellying out

ventulus
ventulus
noun
a slight wind

ventus
ventus
noun
wind

venucula
vēnūcula
cross-reference
a kind of grapes

venula
vēnula
noun
a small vein

Venulus
Venulus
noun
a Rutulian warrior

venum
vēnum
noun

venum
vēnum
noun
sale

venum do
vēnum dō
verb
to sell

venumdo
vēnumdō
verb
to sell

venuncula
vēnūncula
cross-reference
a kind of grapes

venundo
vēnundō
verb
to sell

Venus
Venus
noun
the goddess of Love

venus
vēnus
noun
sale

Venusia
Venusia
noun
a town on the borders of Apulia and Lucania

Venusinus
Venusīnus
adjective
of or belonging to Venusia

Venusinus
Venusīnus
noun
the inhabitants of Venusia

venustas
venustās
noun
loveliness

venuste
venustē
adverb
charmingly

venusto
venustō
verb
to make lovely

venustulus
venustulus
adjective
lovely

venustus
venustus
adjective
lovely

vepallidus
vēpallidus
adjective
very pale

veper
veper
noun
a thorn-bush

vepraticus
veprāticus
adjective
of or belonging to a thorn-bush

vepraticus
vēprāticus
adjective
of or belonging to a thorn-bush

veprecula
vēprēcula
noun
a little thorn- or brier - bush

veprecula
veprēcula
noun
a little thorn- or brier - bush

vepres
vēprēs
noun
a thorn-bush

vepres
veprēs
noun
a thorn-bush

vepretum
vēprētum
noun
a thornhedge

vepretum
veprētum
noun
a thornhedge

vepris
vepris
noun
a thorn-bush

vepris
vēpris
noun
a thorn-bush

veprs
veprs
noun
a thorn-bush

ver
vēr
noun
the spring

veraciter
vērāciter
adverb
truly

Veragrus
Verāgrus
noun
a people in

Veragrus
Veragrus
noun
a people in

veratrix
vērātrix
noun
a sorceress

veratrum
vērātrum
noun
a plant

verax
vērax
adjective
speaking truly

verbalis
verbālis
adjective
consisting of words

Verbannus
Verbannus
noun
the name of a lake in Upper Italy

verbascum
verbascum
noun
a plant

Verbeia
Verbeia
noun
a goddess worshipped by the Gauls and Britons

verbena
verbēna
noun
foliage

verbena
verbēna
noun
foliage

verbenaca
verbēnāca
noun
a plant

verbenarius
verbēnārius
noun
one who bears the sacred boughs

verbenatus
verbēnātus
adjective
crowned with a wreath of sacred boughs

verber
verber
noun
a lash

verberabilis
verberābilis
adjective
worthy of a beating

verberabundus
verberābundus
adjective
whipping

verberatio
verberātiō
noun
a striking

verberator
verberātor
noun
a beater

verberatus
verberātus
noun
a beating

verbereus
verbereus
adjective
worthy of stripes

verberito
verberitō
verb
to beat often

verbero
verberō
noun
one worthy of stripes

verbero
verberō
verb
to lash

verbex
verbex
noun
a wether

verbialis
verbiālis
adjective
verbal

verbificatio
verbificātiō
noun
a talking

verbigena
verbigena
noun
he who was born of the Word

verbigero
verbigerō
verb
to talk

verbivelitatio
verbivēlitātiō
cross-reference

verbose
verbōsē
adverb
with many words

verbositas
verbōsitās
noun
multiplicity of words

verbosus
verbōsus
adjective
full of words

verbum
verbum
noun
a word

Vercella
Vercella
noun
a town in

Vercellensis
Vercellensis
adjective
of or belonging to Vercellae

Vercellinus
Vercellīnus
adjective
of Vercellae

Vercingetorix
Vercingetorix
noun
a commander of the Gauls in the Gallic War

verculum
verculum
noun
little spring

vere
vērē
adverb
according to truth

verecunde
verēcundē
adverb
shamefacedly

verecundia
verēcundia
noun
the natural feeling of shame

verecunditer
verēcunditer
adverb
shamefacedly

verecundor
verēcundor
verb
to feel bashful or ashamed

verecundus
verēcundus
adjective
feeling shame

veredarius
verēdārius
noun
a postboy

veredus
verēdus
noun
A light horse

verendum
verendum
noun
the private parts

verendus
verendus
adjective
that is to be feared or reverenced

verendus
verendus
adjective

verenter
verenter
adverb
with reverence

vereor
vereor
verb
to feel awe of

veretillum
verētillum
noun

Veretinus
Veretīnus
noun
a people of Calabria

veretrum
verētrum
noun
the private parts

Vergellus
Vergellus
noun
a river of Apulia

Vergentum
Vergentum
noun
a town in

Vergilia
Vergilia
noun
the constellation of the seven stars

Vergilianus
Vergiliānus
adjective
of or belonging to the poet Vergil

Vergiliocento
Vergiliocentō
noun
a poem made up of scraps from Vergil

Vergilius
Vergilius
noun
the name of a Roman

Vergistanus
Vergistānus
noun
a community of robbers in

vergo
vergō
verb
to bend

Vergoanum
Vergoānum
noun
a town on the island of Lerina

Vergobretus
Vergobretus
noun

vericola
vēricola
noun
that cultivates or regards the truth

vericulum
vericulum
noun
a small javelin

veridice
vēridicē
adverb
truly

veridicentia
vērīdicentia
noun
truthtelling

veridicus
vēridicus
adjective
that speaks the truth

veriloquium
vēriloquium
noun
etymology

veriloquus
vēriloquus
adjective
speaking truly

verisimilis
vērisimilis
cross-reference

veri similis
vērī similis
cross-reference

verisimiliter
vērisimiliter
cross-reference

verisimilitudo
vērisimilitūdō
cross-reference

veritas
vēritās
noun
truth

veritus
veritus
participle

veriverbium
vēriverbium
noun
a telling the truth

vermesco
vermescō
verb

vermiculate
vermiculātē
adverb
in a vermiculated manner

vermiculatio
vermiculātiō
noun
a being worm-eaten

vermiculatus
vermiculātus
adjective

vermiculatus
vermiculātus
adjective
in the form of worms

vermiculor
vermiculor
verb
to be full of worms

vermiculosus
vermiculōsus
adjective
full of worms

vermiculus
vermiculus
noun
a little worm

vermifluus
vermifluus
adjective
swarming with worms

verminatio
verminātiō
noun
the worms

vermine
vermine
noun
the gripes

vermino
verminō
verb
to have worms

verminosus
verminōsus
adjective
full of worms

vermis
vermis
noun
a worm

verna
verna
noun
a slave born in his master's house

vernacula
vernācula
noun
a female household slave

vernaculus
vernāculus
noun
buffoons

vernaculus
vernāculus
adjective
Of or belonging to homeborn slaves

vernalis
vernālis
adjective
of or belonging to spring

vernatio
vernātiō
noun
the sloughing or shedding of the skin

vernicomus
vernicomus
adjective
having young leaves

vernifer
vernifer
adjective
flowering in spring

vernilis
vernīlis
adjective
of or belonging to a home-born slave

vernilitas
vernīlitās
noun
Cringing obsequiousness

verniliter
vernīliter
adverb
slavishly

vernisera
vernisera
cross-reference

verno
vernō
verb
to appear like spring

vernula
vernula
noun
comm. dim

vernum
vernum
noun
spring-time

vernum
vernum
noun

vernus
vernus
adjective
of or belonging to spring

vernus
vernus
adjective

vernus
vernus
adjective
native

vero
vērō
verb
to speak the truth

vero
vērō
adverb
in truth

vero
verō
noun

Veromanduus
Veromanduus
noun
a people of

Verona
Vērōna
noun
a city in

Veronensis
Vērōnensis
adjective
of or belonging to Verona

Veronensis
Vērōnensis
noun
the inhabitants of Verona

verpa
verpa
noun

verpus
verpus
noun
a circumcised man

verres
verrēs
noun
a male swine

Verres
Verrēs
noun
the surname of the praetor

verriculum
verriculum
noun
a drag-net

Verrina
Verrīna
noun
the orations of Cicero against Verres

Verrinus
Verrīnus
adjective
of or belonging to Verres

verrinus
verrīnus
adjective
of a boar-pig

Verrinus
Verrīnus
adjective

verris
verris
noun
a male swine

Verrium
Verrium
noun
a festival appointed by Verres

Verrius
Verrius
adjective

Verrius
Verrius
adjective
of or belonging to Verres

Verrius Flaccus
Verrius Flaccus
expression
a celebrated grammarian of the time of Augustus and Tiberius

verro
verrō
verb
to scrape

verruca
verrūca
noun
a steep place

verrucaria herba
verrūcāria herba
expression
a plant that drives away warts

Verrucius
Verrucius
noun
a fictitious name fraudulently used by Verres

Verruciutius
Verruciutius
noun
a fictitious name fraudulently used by Verres

verrucosus
verrūcōsus
adjective
full of warts

verrucula
verrūcula
noun
A little eminence

Verrugo
Verrugō
noun
a town of the Volsci

verrunco
verruncō
verb
to turn

Verrutius
Verrutius
cross-reference

verrutum
verrūtum
noun
a dart

versabilis
versābilis
adjective
movable

versabundus
versābundus
adjective
turning round

versatilis
versātilis
adjective
that turns or moves round

versatio
versātiō
noun
a turning round

versicapillus
versicapillus
noun
one who changes hair

versicolor
versicolor
adjective
that changes its color

versicolore
versicolōre
noun
dyed stuffs

versicolorius
versicolōrius
adjective
that changes its color

versicolorus
versicolōrus
adjective
that changes its color

versiculus
versiculus
noun
a little line

versificatio
versificātiō
noun
versemaking

versificator
versificātor
noun
a verse-maker

versifico
versificō
verb
to put into verse

versificor
versificor
verb

versificus
versificus
adjective
written in verse

versiformis
versiformis
adjective
changing its form

versilis
versilis
adjective
that may be turned

versiloquus
versiloquus
adjective
speaking in verse

versipellis
versipellis
adjective
that changes its shape or form

versipellis
versipellis
noun
one who can change himself into a wolf

versor
versor
verb
to dwell

verso
versō
verb
to turn

versor
versor
verb

versoria
versōria
noun
a rope that guides a sail

versum
versum
adverb

versum
versum
cross-reference
turned in the direction of

versura
versūra
noun
a turning round

versus
versus
cross-reference
turned in the direction of

versus
versus
adjective

versus
versus
noun
A furrow

versus
versus
adverb

versute
versūtē
adverb
cunningly

versutia
versūtia
noun
cunning

versutiloquus
versūtiloquus
adjective
crafly-speaking

versutus
versūtus
adjective
adroit

Vertacomacorus
Vertacomacorus
noun
a tribe of the Vocontii

vertaga
vertaga
noun
a greyhound

vertagra
vertagra
noun
a greyhound

vertagus
vertagus
noun
a greyhound

vertebra
vertēbra
noun
a joint

vertebra
vertebra
noun
a joint

vertebratus
vertebrātus
adjective
jointed

vertebrum
vertēbrum
noun
the hip-bone

vertebrum
vertebrum
noun
the hip-bone

vertex
vertex
noun
A whirl

vertibulum
vertibulum
noun
a joint

verticillus
verticillus
noun
the whirl

Verticordia
Verticordia
noun
the Turner of hearts

verticosus
verticōsus
adjective
full of whirlpools or eddies

verticula
verticula
noun
a joint

verticulum
verticulum
noun

verticulus
verticulus
noun

vertigino
vertīginō
verb
to whirl round

vertiginosus
vertīginōsus
noun
one who suffers from giddiness or vertigo

vertigo
vertīgō
noun
a turning or whirling round

verto
vertō
verb
to turn

vertraga
vertraga
noun
a greyhound

Vertumnale
Vertumnāle
noun
the festival of Vertumnus

Vertumnus
Vertumnus
noun
the god of the changing year

veru
verū
noun
A spit

veruculatus
verūculātus
adjective
furnished with a small pike

veruculum
verūculum
cross-reference

veruculum
veruculum
noun
a small javelin

Verudoctius
Verudoctius
noun
a chief of the Helvetii

veruina
veruīna
noun
a small javelin

Verula
Verula
noun
a town of

Verulanus
Verulānus
noun
the inhabitants of Verulae

Verulanus
Verulānus
adjective
of Verulae

verum
vērum
cross-reference
truly

verum
vērum
noun

verum
vērum
adverb

verum
verum
noun

verum
verum
noun
A spit

verum
vērum
noun
what is true or real

verum
vērum
noun
honor

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 or javelin

vervactum
vervactum
noun
fallow ground

vervago
vervagō
verb
to break up

Verveceus
Vervēceus
noun
that has the form of a wether

vervecinus
vervēcīnus
adjective
of a wether

Vervecius
Vervēcius
noun
that has the form of a wether

vervex
vervex
noun
a wether

Vesaevus
Vesaevus
noun
of or belonging to Vesuvius

Vesaevus
Vesaevus
cross-reference

vesania
vēsānia
noun
madness

vesaniens
vēsāniens
adjective
raging

vesanio
vēsāniō
verb
to be insane

vesanus
vēsānus
adjective
not of sound mind

Vesbinus
Vesbīnus
adjective
of or belonging to Vesuvius

Vesbius
Vesbius
noun
of or belonging to Vesuvius

Vescia
Vescia
noun
a little town in Latium

Vescinus
Vescīnus
adjective
of or belonging to Vescia

Vescitania
Vescitānia
noun
a district of

vesco
vescō
verb
to feed

vescor
vescor
verb
to fill one's self with food

vesculus
vesculus
noun
little

vescus
vescus
adjective
Small

Vesentinus
Vesentīnus
noun
a people of Etruria

Veseris
Veseris
noun
a river in Campania

Vesevinus
Vesēvīnus
adjective
of or belonging to Vesuvius

Vesevus
Vesēvus
noun
of or belonging to Vesuvius

vesica
vēsīca
noun
the bladder

vesicaria
vēsīcāria
noun
a plant that cures pain in the bladder

vesicaria
vēsīcāria
noun

vesicarius
vēsīcārius
adjective
of or belonging to the bladder

vesicula
vēsīcula
noun
a little blister

vesiculosus
vēsīculōsus
adjective
full of bladders or blisters

Vesontio
Vesontiō
noun
a city in

vespa
vespa
noun
a wasp

vespae
vespae
cross-reference

Vespasia
Vespasia
noun
the name of a Roman

Vespasianus
Vespasiānus
noun
a Roman emperor

Vespasius
Vespasius
noun
the name of a Roman

vesper
vesper
noun
the evening

vespera
vespera
noun
the evening

vesperalis
vesperālis
adjective
of or belonging to evening

vesperasco
vesperascō
verb
to become evening

vesperatus
vesperātus
adjective
grown into evening

Vesperies
Vesperiēs
noun
a town of Hispania Tarraconensis

vesperna
vesperna
cross-reference

vespertilio
vespertīliō
noun
a bat

vespertinalis
vespertīnālis
adjective

vespertinus
vespertīnus
adjective
Of or belonging to evening or even-tide

vesperugo
vesperūgō
noun
The evening-star

vesperus
vesperus
adjective
of or belonging to the evening

vespices
vespices
adjective

vespillo
vespillō
noun
a corpse-bearer

vessica
vessīca
noun
the bladder

Vesta
Vesta
noun
Another name for

Vestale
Vestāle
noun
the festival of Vesta

Vestalis
Vestālis
adjective
of or belonging to Vesta

Vestalis
Vestālis
noun
a priestess of Vesta

vester
vester
pronoun
your

vestiarium
vestiārium
noun
A clothes-press

vestiarius
vestiārius
adjective
of or belonging to clothes

vestiarius
vestiārius
noun
a clothes-dealer

vestibulum
vestibulum
noun
the enclosed space between the entrance of a house and the street

vesticeps
vesticeps
adjective
bearded

Vesticola
Vesticola
noun
a Vestal virgin

vesticontubernium
vesticontubernium
noun
a lying under the same coverlet

vesticula
vesticula
noun
a little garment

vestifica
vestifica
noun
she that makes garments

vestificina
vestificīna
noun
a making of garments

vestificus
vestificus
noun
a maker of garments

vestifluus
vestifluus
adjective
that wears long

vestigatio
vestīgātiō
noun
a tracing or searching after

vestigator
vestīgātor
noun
a tracker

vestigiator
vestīgiātor
noun
a tracker

vestigium
vestīgium
noun
a footstep

vestigo
vestīgō
verb
to follow in the track of

vestimentum
vestīmentum
noun
clothing

Vestinus
Vestīnus
adjective
of or belonging to the Vestini

Vestinus
Vestīnus
noun
a people of Central Italy

vestio
vestiō
verb
to cover with a garment

vestiplica
vestiplica
noun
clothes-folder

vestiplicus
vestiplicus
noun
a clothes-folder

vestis
vestis
noun
the covering for the body

vestispica
vestispica
noun
she that has the care of clothing

vestitor
vestītor
noun
A maker of clothing

vestitus
vestītus
adjective
clothed

vestitus
vestītus
adjective

vestitus
vestītus
noun
clothing

Vestorianus
Vestoriānus
adjective
of or pertaining to Vestorius

Vestorius
Vestorius
noun
An artist of Puteoli

vestras
vestras
noun
of your family or nation

Vesulus
Vesulus
noun
a mountain in Liguria

Vesunus
Vesunus
noun
a people of Libya

Vesus
Vēsus
noun
the Visigoths

Vesuvinus
Vesuvīnus
noun
of or belonging to Vesuvius

Vesuvius
Vesuvius
noun
a celebrated volcano in Campania

Vesvius
Vesvius
noun
of or belonging to Vesuvius

veter
veter
adjective
Old

veteramentarius
veterāmentārius
adjective
of or belonging to old things

veteranus
veterānus
adjective
old

veterarius
veterārius
adjective
old

veterasco
veterascō
verb
to grow old

veterator
veterātor
noun
one who has grown old

veteratorie
veterātōriē
adverb
craftily

veteratorius
veterātōrius
adjective
crafty. cunning

veteratrix
veterātrix
noun
a sorceress

veteratus
veterātus
adjective
old

vetere
vetere
noun
the old

Vetere
Vetere
noun
a town of

veteretum
veterētum
noun
ground that has long lain fallow

veterina
veterīna
noun
draught-cattle

veterinarium
veterīnārium
noun
a place for taking care of diseased animals

veterinarius
veterīnārius
noun
a cattle-doctor

veterinarius
veterīnārius
adjective
of or belonging to beasts of burden and draught

veterinum
veterīnum
noun
draught-cattle

veterinus
veterīnus
adjective
of or belonging to carrying or drawing burdens

veteris
veteris
noun
the ancients

veteris
veteris
noun
the old booths

veternositas
veternōsitās
noun
lethargy

veternosus
veternōsus
adjective
afflicted with lethargy

veternus
veternus
noun

veternus
veternus
adjective
of great age

veternus
veternus
noun
Old age

vetero
veterō
verb
to make old

vetitum
vetitum
noun
That which is forbidden or prohibited

vetitum
vetitum
noun

vetitus
vetitus
adjective

veto
vetō
verb
not to suffer

Vettius
Vettius
noun
the name of a Roman gens

Vettonia
Vettōnia
noun
the territory of the Vettones

vettonica
vettonica
noun
a plant

Vettonis
Vettōnis
noun
a people of Lusitania

vetula
vetula
noun
a little old woman

Vetulonia
Vetulōnia
noun
a town of Etruria

Vetuloniensis
Vetulōniensis
noun
the inhabitants of Vetulonia

Vetulonius
Vetulōnius
noun
the inhabitants of Vetulonia

vetulus
vetulus
adjective
little old

vetulus
vetulus
noun
a little old man

Veturia
Veturia
noun
the name of a Roman gens.

Veturius
Veturius
noun
the name of a Roman gens.

vetus
vetus
adjective
Old

vetusculus
vetusculus
adjective
somewhat old or ancient

vetustas
vetustās
noun
old age

vetuste
vetustē
adverb
After the manner of the ancients

vetustesco
vetustesco
verb
to grow old

vetustisco
vetustisco
verb
to grow old

vetustus
vetustus
adjective
that has existed a long time

vexabilis
vexābilis
adjective
Disturbed

vexabiliter
vexābiliter
adverb
troublesomely

vexamen
vexāmen
noun
a shaking

vexatio
vexātiō
noun
a violent movement

vexativus
vexātīvus
adjective
causing annoyance

vexator
vexātor
noun
a troubler

vexatrix
vexātrix
noun
she that vexes or molests

vexatum
vexātum
noun
injured parts of the body

vexatum
vexātum
noun

vexatus
vexātus
adjective

vexillarius
vexillārius
noun
A standard-bearer

vexillarius
vexillārius
noun
the oldest class of veterans

vexillatio
vexillātiō
noun
A body of the

vexillifer
vexillifer
adjective
standard-bearing

vexillum
vexillum
noun
a military ensign

vexo
vexō
verb
to shake

via
via
noun
a way

vialis
viālis
adjective
of or belonging to the highways or roads

vians
vians
noun
travellers

viarius
viārius
adjective
of or belonging to the highways or roads

viaticatus
viāticātus
adjective
furnished with travelling - money

viaticulum
viāticulum
noun
a small sum of money for a journey

viaticum
viāticum
noun
travellingmoney

viaticum
viāticum
noun

viaticus
viāticus
adjective
of or belonging to a road or journey

viator
viātor
noun
a wayfarer

viatorius
viātōrius
adjective
of or belonging to a journey

viatrix
viātrix
noun
a female traveller

vibex
vībex
noun
the mark of a blow or stripe

Vibia
Vibia
noun
the name of a Roman gens.

vibia
vibia
noun
a plank

Vibilia
Vibilia
noun
a goddess presiding over highways

Vibinats
Vibināts
noun
a people of Southern Italy

Vibius
Vibius
noun
the name of a Roman gens.

vibix
vībix
noun
the mark of a blow or stripe

vibo
vibō
noun
the flower of the herb called

Vibo
Vibō
noun
a town in the territory of the Bruttii

Vibon
Vibon
noun
a town in the territory of the Bruttii

Vibonensis
Vibōnensis
adjective
of or belonging to Vibo

vibrabilis
vibrābilis
adjective
That may be brandished

vibrabilis
vībrābilis
adjective
That may be brandished

vibrabundus
vībrābundus
adjective
tremulous

vibrabundus
vibrābundus
adjective
tremulous

vibramen
vibrāmen
noun
a tremulous motion

vibramen
vībrāmen
noun
a tremulous motion

vibratio
vībrātiō
noun
a brandishing

vibratio
vibrātiō
noun
a brandishing

vibratus
vībrātus
adjective

vibratus
vībrātus
noun
a quivering

vibratus
vibrātus
adjective

vibratus
vibrātus
noun
a quivering

vibratus
vibrātus
adjective
impetuous

vibrissae
vībrissae
cross-reference

vibrissae
vibrissae
cross-reference

vibrisso
vibrissō
verb
to shake the voice

vibrisso
vībrissō
verb
to shake the voice

vibro
vībrō
verb
to set in tremulous motion

vibro
vibrō
verb
to set in tremulous motion

Vibullius
Vībullius
noun
the name of a Roman

viburnum
vīburnum
noun
the wayfaring-tree

vicaneus
vīcāneus
adjective
of or dwelling in a village

vicanus
vīcānus
noun
villagers

vicanus
vīcānus
adjective
of or dwelling in a village

Vica pota
Vica pota
noun
Victress-and-possessor

vicaria
vicāria
noun
A female under-slave

vicaria
vicāria
noun

vicarianus
vicāriānus
adjective
of or belonging to a deputy or vicar

vicarius
vicārius
noun
a substitute

vicarius
vicārius
adjective
that supplies the place

vicatim
vīcātim
adverb
From street to street

vice
vice
cross-reference

vicem
vicem
cross-reference

vicenalis
vīcēnālis
adjective
containing the number twenty

vicenarius
vīcēnārius
noun
a youth of twenty

vicenarius
vīcēnārius
adjective
of or belonging to the number twenty

viceni
vīcēnī
adjective
twenty each

vicennale
vīcennāle
noun
a festival on the twentieth anniversary of an emperor's reign

vicennalis
vīcennālis
adjective
of twenty years

vicennium
vīcennium
noun
a period of twenty years

vicensima
vīcēnsima
noun
the twentieth part

vicensimus
vīcensimus
adjective
the twentieth

Vicentia
Vīcentia
noun
a town in

Vicentinus
Vīcentīnus
noun
Its inhabitants

vicequaestor
vicequaestor
noun

vicequaestura
vicequaestūra
noun

vices
vices
noun

vicesima
vīcēsima
noun

vicesimanus
vīcēsimānus
noun
soldiers of the twentieth legion

vicesimarius
vīcēsimārius
adjective
of or belonging to the twentieth part

vicesimarius
vīcēsimārius
noun
a receiver of the

vicesimatio
vīcēsimātiō
noun
a drawing by lot of every twentieth man for execution

vicesimus
vīcēsimus
adjective
the twentieth

Vicetia
Vīcētia
noun
a town in

Vicetinus
Vīcētīnus
noun
Its inhabitants

vicia
vicia
noun
a vetch

viciale
viciāle
noun
the stalks or haulm of vetches

viciarius
viciārius
adjective
of or belonging to vetches

viciens
vīciens
adverb
twenty times

vicies
vīcies
adverb
twenty times

Vicilinus
Vicilīnus
noun
the Watchful

vicina
vīcīna
noun
a neighbor

vicinalis
vīcīnālis
adjective
neighboring

vicinarius
vīcīnārius
adjective
neighboring

vicine
vīcīnē
adverb
in the neighborhood

vicinia
vīcīnia
noun
neighborhood

vicinitas
vīcīnitās
noun
neighborhood

vicinitus
vīcīnitus
adverb
in the neighborhood

vicinor
vīcīnor
verb
to be neighboring

vicinum
vīcīnum
noun
a neighboring place

vicinus
vīcīnus
noun
a neighbor

vicinus
vīcīnus
adjective
near

vicis
vicis
noun
change

vicissatim
vicissātim
adverb
in return

vicissim
vicissim
adverb
on the other hand

vicissitas
vicissitās
noun
change

vicissitudo
vicissitūdō
noun
change

Victa
Victa
noun
the goddess that presides over food

victima
victima
noun
a beast for sacrifice

victimarius
victimārius
noun
An assistant at sacrifices

victimarius
victimārius
adjective
of or belonging to victims

victimo
victimō
verb
to offer in sacrifice

victito
victitō
verb
to live

victor
victor
noun
a conqueror

Victor
Victor
noun
a Roman historian of the fourth century

victoria
victōria
noun
victory

victorialis
victōriālis
noun
a plant

victorialis
victōriālis
adjective
of or belonging to victory

victoriatus
victōriātus
noun
A silver coin stamped with the image of Victory

victoriatus
victōriātus
adjective
gained by victory

Victoriola
Victōriola
noun
a little statue of Victory

victoriosus
victōriōsus
adjective
victorious

victrix
victrix
noun
she that is victorious

victuale
victuāle
noun
provisions

victualis
victuālis
adjective
of or belonging to nourishment or sustenance

victuarius
victuārius
adjective
of or belonging to sustenance

victus
victus
noun
That upon which one lives

viculus
vīculus
noun
a little village

vicus
vīcus
noun
a row of houses

videlicet
vidēlicet
adverb
it is easy to see

videns
videns
adjective
a seer

video
videō
verb
to see

vidua
vidua
noun
a widow

vidualis
viduālis
adjective
of or belonging to a widow

viduata
viduāta
noun
adj. f

viduatus
viduātus
noun
widowhood

viduertas
viduertās
noun
lack of fruits of the earth

viduitas
viduitās
noun
bereavement

Vidularia
Vidularia
noun
the title of a lost comedy by Plautus

vidulus
vidulus
noun
a travelling-trunk

viduo
viduō
verb
to deprive

viduus
viduus
adjective
deprived or bereft of a husband or wife

viduvium
viduvium
noun
widowhood

Vienna
Vienna
noun
a city in

Viennensis
Viennensis
adjective
of or belonging to Vienne

Viennensis
Viennensis
noun
the inhabitants of Vienne

vieo
vieō
verb
to bend or twist together

viesco
viescō
verb
to shrink up

vietor
viētor
noun
a basket-maker

vietor
viētor
cross-reference

vietus
viētus
adjective
bent together

vietus
viētus
adjective

vigeni
vīgēnī
adjective

vigeni
vīgēni
adjective
twenty each

vigeo
vigeō
verb
to be lively or vigorous

vigesco
vigescō
verb
to become lively or vigorous

vigesimus
vīgēsimus
adjective
the twentieth

vigesimus
vīgēsimus
adjective

vigesimus
vigesimus
adjective
the eighteenth

vigessis
vīgessis
noun
twenty

vigies
vīgies
noun

vigil
vigil
adjective
awake

vigil
vigil
noun
a watchman

vigilabilis
vigilābilis
adjective
wakeful

vigilans
vigilans
adjective

vigilans
vigilans
adjective
watchful

vigilanter
vigilanter
adverb
watchfully

vigilantia
vigilantia
noun
wakefulness

vigilate
vigilātē
adverb
watchfully

vigilatio
vigilātiō
noun
wakefulness

vigilax
vigilax
adjective
watchful

vigilia
vigilia
noun
wakefulness

vigiliarium
vigiliārium
noun
A watchtower

vigilium
vigilium
noun

vigilium
vigilium
noun
wakefulness

vigilo
vigilō
verb
to watch

viginti
vīginti
adjective
twenty

vigintiangulus
vīgintiangulus
adjective
having twenty angles

vigintivir
vīgintivir
noun
a college or board of twenty men

vigintiviratus
vīgintivirātus
noun
the office of the

vigor
vigor
noun
liveliness

vigoro
vigōrō
verb
to animate

vilesco
vīlescō
verb
to become worthless

vilica
vīlica
noun
a female overseer

vilicatio
vīlicātiō
noun
the care or management of an estate in the country

vilicatus
vīlicātus
noun
a stewardship

vilicor
vīlicor
verb
a.

vilico
vīlicō
noun
one managing a farm

vilicor
vīlicor
verb
a.

vilicus
vīlicus
adjective
of or belonging to a countryhouse or villa

vilicus
vīlicus
noun
An overseer of a farm or estate

vilifico
vīlificō
verb
to make or esteem of little value

vilipendo
vīlipendō
verb
to hold in slight esteem

vilis
vīlis
adjective
of small price or value

vilitas
vīlitās
noun
lowness of price

viliter
vīliter
adverb
cheaply

vilito
vīlitō
verb
to make cheap or of little esteem

villa
villa
noun
a country-house

villaris
villāris
adjective
of or belonging to a country-seat or villa

villaticus
villāticus
adjective
of or belonging to a country-house or villa

villica
villica
noun
a female overseer

villicatio
villicātiō
noun
the care or management of an estate in the country

villicatus
villicātus
noun
a stewardship

villico
villicō
noun
one managing a farm

villicor
villicor
verb
a.

villicor
villicor
verb
a.

villicus
villicus
noun
An overseer of a farm or estate

villicus
villicus
adjective
of or belonging to a countryhouse or villa

villosus
villōsus
adjective
hairy

villula
villula
noun
a little country-house

villum
villum
noun
a sup of wine

villus
villus
noun
shaggy hair

vimen
vīmen
noun
a pliant twig

vimentum
vīmentum
noun
an osier

viminalis
vīminālis
adjective
of or belonging to osiers

viminarius
vīminārius
noun
a dealer in wicker-work

viminetum
vīminētum
noun
a willowcopse

vimineus
vīmineus
adjective
made of osiers

Viminius
Vīminius
cross-reference

viminius
vīminius
noun

Vimitellarius
Vimitellārius
noun
an ancient people of Latium

vinacea
vīnācea
cross-reference

vinacea
vīnācea
noun
a grape-skin

vinaceum
vīnāceum
noun
A grape-stone

vinaceum
vīnāceum
cross-reference

vinaceus
vīnāceus
adjective
of or belonging to wine or to the grape

vinaceus
vīnāceus
noun
A grape - stone

Vinal
Vīnāl
noun
the wine-festival

vinalis
vīnālis
adjective
of or belonging to wine

vinariarius
vīnāriārius
noun
a wine - dealer

vinarium
vīnārium
noun
a wine-pot

vinarius
vīnārius
adjective
of or belonging to wine

vinarius
vīnārius
noun
a wine-dealer

vinceus
vinceus
adjective

vinciam
vinciam
cross-reference

vincibilis
vincibilis
adjective
that can be easily gained

vincio
vinciō
verb
to bind

vinclum
vinclum
noun
that with which any thing is bound

vinco
vincō
verb
to conquer

vinctio
vinctiō
noun
a binding

vinctor
vinctor
noun
a binder

vinctura
vinctūra
noun
a bandage

vinctus
vinctus
noun
a binding

vinctus
vinctus
adjective

vinculo
vinculō
verb
to fetter

vinculum
vinculum
noun
that with which any thing is bound

Vindelicia
Vindelicia
noun
the country of the Vindelici

Vindelicus
Vindelicus
noun
a German people

Vindelicus
Vindelicus
adjective
of or belonging to the Vindelici

vindemia
vindēmia
noun
a grape - gathering

vindemialis
vindēmiālis
adjective
of or belonging to the vintage

vindemiator
vindēmiātor
noun
a grape-gatherer

vindemiatorius
vindēmiātōrius
adjective
of or belonging to the vintage

vindemio
vindēmiō
verb
to gather grapes

vindemiola
vindēmiola
noun
a little vintage

vindemitor
vindēmitor
noun
a grape-gatherer

vindemitor
vindēmitor
noun

vindex
vindex
noun
One who lays legal claim

vindicatio
vindicātiō
noun
a laying claim

vindicator
vindicātor
noun
an avenger

vindicia
vindicia
noun
a laying claim to

Vindicius
Vindicius
noun
the name of the slave who discovered the conspiracy to restore the Tarquins

vindico
vindicō
verb
to lay legal claim to

vindicta
vindicta
noun
the staff or rod with which a slave was touched in the ceremony of manumission

vinea
vīnea
noun

vinea
vīnea
noun
A plantation of vines

vinealis
vīneālis
adjective
of or belonging to vines

vinearius
vīneārius
adjective
of or belonging to vines

vineaticus
vīneāticus
adjective
of or belonging to vines

vinetum
vīnētum
noun
a plantation of vines

vineus
vīneus
adjective
made of or belonging to wine

vinibua
vīnibua
noun
a female wine-bibber

vinifer
vīnifer
adjective
wine-producing

vinitor
vīnitor
noun
a vine-dresser

vinitorius
vīnitōrius
adjective
of or belonging to a vine-dresser

vinnulus
vinnulus
adjective
delightful

vinolentia
vīnolentia
noun
winebibbing

vinolentus
vīnolentus
adjective
full of or drunk with wine

vinositas
vīnōsitās
noun
the flavor of wine

vinosus
vīnōsus
adjective
full of wine

vinum
vīnum
noun
wine

vinum
vīnum
noun
a wine made from figs

vinus
vīnus
noun
wine

vio
viō
verb
to go

viocurus
viocūrus
noun
an overseer or constructor of roads

viola
viola
noun
the violet

violabilis
violābilis
adjective
that may be injured or violated

violaceus
violāceus
adjective
violet-colored

violacium
violācium
noun
violet-wine

violaris
violāris
adjective
of or belonging to violets

violarium
violārium
noun
a bed or bank of violets

violarius
violārius
noun
a dyer of violet color

violatio
violātiō
noun
an injury

violator
violātor
noun
an injurer

violatrix
violātrix
noun
she who profanes or violates

violatus
violātus
adjective
flavored with violets

violatus
violātus
adjective

violens
violens
adjective
impetuous

violenter
violenter
adverb
impetuously

violentia
violentia
noun
violence

violentus
violentus
adjective
forcible

violeus
violeus
adjective
violet

violo
violō
verb
to treat with violence

vipera
vīpera
noun
a viper

viperalis
vīperālis
adjective
of or for vipers

vipereus
vīpereus
adjective
of a viper

viperina
vīperīna
noun
a plant

viperinus
vīperīnus
adjective
Of a viper

vipio
vipiō
noun
a kind of small crane

Vipsanius
Vipsānius
noun
the name of a Roman

Vipsanus
Vipsānus
adjective
of or belonging to Vipsanius Agrippa

vir
vir
noun
a male person

vira
vira
noun
a woman

virago
virāgō
noun
a man-like

viratus
virātus
adjective
of a manly spirit

viratus
virātus
noun
manly conduct

Virbius
Virbius
noun
A surname of Hippolytus

virdiarium
virdiārium
noun
a plantation of trees

virdiarium
virdiārium
noun
a plantation of trees

virdicatus
virdicātus
adjective

Virdomarus
Virdomarus
noun
a chief of the Aedui

Virdumarus
Virdumarus
noun
a chief of the Aedui

Virdumarus
Virdumarus
noun
a leader of the Insubres

virectum
virectum
noun
a place overgrown with grass

virens
virens
adjective

virens
virens
noun
plants

vireo
vireō
noun
a kind of bird

vireo
vireō
verb
to be green or verdant

viresco
virescō
verb
to grow or become green or verdant

viretum
virētum
cross-reference

viretum
virētum
noun
a place overgrown with grass

virga
virga
noun
a slender green branch

virgator
virgātor
noun
one who beats with rods

virgatus
virgātus
adjective
Made of twigs or osiers

virgetum
virgētum
noun
a thicket of rods or osiers

virgeus
virgeus
adjective
of rods or twigs

virgidemia
virgidēmia
noun
a harvest of rods

Virgilia
Virgilia
noun

Virgilianus
Virgiliānus
adjective

Virgiliocento
Virgiliocentō
cross-reference

Virgilius
Virgilius
noun
the name of a Roman

Virgilius
Virgilius
noun

virginal
virginal
noun

virginale
virgināle
noun

virginalis
virginālis
adjective
of or belonging to a maiden or virgin

virginarius
virginārius
adjective
of or belonging to virgins

Virginensis
Virginensis
noun
the goddess that presided over the loosing of the bridal zone

Virginesvendonides
Virginesvendonidēs
noun
virginseller

virgineus
virgineus
adjective
of or belonging to a maiden or virgin

Virginia
Virgīnia
noun

Virginiensis
Virginiensis
noun
the goddess that presided over the loosing of the bridal zone

virginitas
virginitās
noun
maidenhood

Virginius
Virgīnius
adjective

virginor
virginor
verb
to act or behave like a virgin

virgo
virgō
noun
a maid

virgosus
virgōsus
adjective
full of twigs

virgula
virgula
noun
a little twig

virgulatus
virgulātus
adjective
striped

virgultum
virgultum
noun
a bush

virgultus
virgultus
adjective
full of bushes or thickets

virguncula
virguncula
noun
a little maid

viria
viria
noun
a kind of ornament for the arm

Viriathinus
Viriāthīnus
adjective
of or pertaining to Viriathus

Viriathus
Viriāthus
noun
a celebrated leader of the Lusitanians in the war against the Romans

Viriatinus
Viriātīnus
adjective
of or pertaining to Viriathus

Viriatus
Viriātus
noun
a celebrated leader of the Lusitanians in the war against the Romans

viriatus
viriātus
adjective
adorned with bracelets

viricula
vīricula
noun
little strength

viriculum
vīriculum
noun
a graving-tool

viridarium
viridārium
noun
a plantation of trees

viride
viridē
adverb
greenly

viride
viride
noun
Green color

viride
viride
noun
green plants

viridesco
viridescō
verb
to grow or become green

viridiarium
viridiārium
noun
a plantation of trees

viridicans
viridicans
adjective
greenish

viridicatus
viridicātus
adjective
made green

viridis
viridis
adjective
green

viriditas
viriditās
noun
green color

virido
viridō
verb
to make green

Viridomarus
Viridomarus
noun
a chief of the Aedui

virile
virīle
noun
manly deeds

virile
virīle
noun

virilis
virīlis
adjective
of or belonging to a man

virilitas
virīlitās
noun
manhood

viriliter
virīliter
adverb
manfully

viriola
viriola
noun
a little bracelet

viriose
viriōsē
adverb
strongly

viriosus
viriōsus
adjective
strong

Viriplaca
Viriplāca
noun
appeaser of men

viripotens
vīripotens
adjective
mighty in power

viripotens
viripotens
adjective
fit for a husband

viritanus
virītānus
cross-reference

viritim
virītim
adverb
man by man

Viromandui
Vīromanduī
adverb

viror
viror
noun
green color

virosus
vīrōsus
adjective
Full of or covered with slime

virosus
virōsus
adjective
fond of men

virs
vīrs
noun

virtuosus
virtuōsus
adjective
virtuous

virtus
virtūs
noun
manliness

virulentia
vīrulentia
noun
an offensive odor

virulentus
vīrulentus
adjective
full of poison

virunum
virūnum
noun
a town in Noricum

virus
vīrus
noun
a slimy liquid

vis
vīs
noun
strength

viscatorium
viscātōrium
noun
a snare

viscatus
viscātus
adjective
smeared with birdlime

viscellatus
viscellātus
adjective
stuffed with the entrails

Viscellinus
Viscellīnus
noun
an agnomen of the consul

visceratim
viscerātim
adverb
piecemeal

visceratio
viscerātiō
noun
a public distribution of flesh

viscere
viscere
noun
the inner parts

viscereus
viscereus
adjective
consisting of flesh

viscidus
viscidus
adjective
clammy

visco
viscō
verb
to smear

viscosus
viscōsus
adjective
full of birdlime

viscum
viscum
noun
the mistletoe

viscus
viscus
noun
the inner parts

visendum
vīsendum
noun
objects worth notice

visibilis
vīsibilis
adjective
that may be seen

visibilitas
vīsibilitās
noun
visibility

visibiliter
vīsibiliter
adverb
visibly

visificus
vīsificus
adjective
causing to see

visio
vīsiō
noun
the act or sense of seeing

visitatio
vīsitātiō
noun
A sight

visitator
vīsitātor
noun
a visitor

visito
vīsitō
verb
To see

visium
visium
noun
a stench

viso
vīsō
verb
to look at attentively

visor
visor
noun
a scout

vispellio
vispelliō
noun
a class of thieves who robbed corpses of their grave-clothes

Vistillus
Vistillus
noun

Vistula
Vistula
noun
a river in Eastern Germany

visuale
vīsuāle
noun
the power of vision

visualis
vīsuālis
adjective
attained by sight

visualitas
vīsuālitās
noun
the power of seeing

visualiter
vīsuāliter
adverb
visibly

visula
visula
noun
a kind of vine

visum
vīsum
noun
something seen

Visurgis
Visurgis
noun
a river in Northern Germany

visus
vīsus
noun
a seeing

visus
vīsus
adjective

vita
vīta
noun
life

vitabilis
vītābilis
adjective
that may or ought to be shunned

vitabundus
vītābundus
adjective
shunning

vitale
vītāle
noun
The vital parts

vitale
vītāle
noun
the means of life

vitalis
vītālis
adjective
of or belonging to life

vitalitas
vītālitās
noun
vital force

vitaliter
vītāliter
adverb
vitally

vitatio
vītātiō
noun
a shunning

vitecula
vītecula
noun
A little vine

vitecula
vītecula
cross-reference

Vitellensis
Vitellensis
noun
a people of Latium

Vitellia
Vitellia
noun
an ancient town of the Aequi

Vitellianus
Vitelliānus
adjective
of or belonging to Vitellius

Vitellianus
Vitelliānus
noun
Soldiers of Vitellius

Vitellianus
Vitelliānus
adjective

vitellina
vitellīna
noun
calf's-flesh

Vitellius
Vitellius
adjective
of or belonging to the emperor Vitellius

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

vitellum
vitellum
noun

vitellum
vitellum
noun

vitellus
vitellus
noun
A little calf

viteus
vīteus
adjective
of or belonging to the vine

vitex
vītex
noun
the chaste-tree

vitiabilis
vitiābilis
adjective
that may be harmed

vitiarium
vītiārium
noun
a nursery for vines

vitiatio
vitiātiō
noun
an injuring

vitiator
vitiātor
noun
an injurer

viticarpifer
vīticarpifer
adjective
that serves for pruning vines

viticella
vīticella
noun
a plant

Viticinus
Viticīnus
noun
a people in the territory of Picenum

viticola
vīticola
noun
a cultivator of vines

viticomus
vīticomus
adjective
adorned or crowned with vine-leaves

viticula
vīticula
noun
A little vine

vitifer
vītifer
adjective
vinebearing

vitigenus
vītigenus
adjective
vine-born

vitigineus
vītigineus
adjective
produced by the vine

vitile
vītile
noun
things platted

vitilena
vitilēna
noun
a bawd

vitiligo
vitilīgō
noun
a kind of cutaneous eruption

vitilis
vītilis
adjective
platted

vitilitigator
vitilītigātor
noun
a brawler

vitilitigo
vitilītigō
verb
to quarrel disgracefully

vitineus
vītīneus
adjective
of the vine

vitio
vitiō
verb
to make faulty

vitiose
vitiōsē
adverb
faultily

vitiositas
vitiōsitās
noun
faultiness

vitiosum
vitiōsum
noun
misfortune

vitiosus
vitiōsus
adjective
full of faults or defects

vitiparra
vitiparra
noun
a small bird

vitis
vītis
noun
a vine

Vitis
Vitis
noun
a river in Cisalpine Gaul

vitisator
vītisator
noun
a vineplanter

vitium
vitium
noun
a fault

vito
vītō
verb
to shun

vitor
vītor
noun
a basket-maker

vitrarearius
vitrāreārius
noun
a glass-worker

vitrarearius
vītrāreārius
noun
a glass-worker

vitreamen
vitreāmen
noun
glassware

vitrearius
vitreārius
noun
a glass-worker

vitrearius
vītreārius
noun
a glass-worker

vitreolus
vitreolus
adjective
of glass

vitreolus
vītreolus
adjective
of glass

vitreum
vītreum
noun
glass vessels

vitreum
vitreum
noun
glass vessels

vitreus
vītreus
adjective
of glass

vitreus
vitreus
adjective
of glass

vitriaria
vītriāria
noun
a plant

vitriaria
vitriāria
noun
a plant

vitricus
vitricus
noun
a step-father

vitricus
vītricus
noun
a step-father

vitrum
vitrum
noun
glass

vitrum
vītrum
noun
glass

Vitruvius
Vitrūvius
noun
a contemporary of Caesar and Augustus

vitta
vitta
noun
a band

vittatus
vittātus
adjective
bound with a fillet or chaplet

vitula
vitula
noun

vitula
vitula
noun
a calf

Vitula
Vītula
noun
the goddess of Victory

vitulamen
vītulāmen
noun
a shoot

Vitularia via
Vitulāria via
expression
a road near Arpinum

vitulatio
vītulātiō
noun
a public thanksgiving or other festival

vitulina
vitulīna
noun
calf's-flesh

vitulinus
vitulīnus
adjective
of a calf

vitulor
vītulor
verb
to celebrate a festival

vitulus
vitulus
noun
a calf

Vitumnus
Vītumnus
noun
the god that bestows life

vituperabilis
vituperābilis
adjective
blameworthy

vituperabiliter
vituperābiliter
adverb
blamably

vituperatio
vituperātiō
noun
a blaming

vituperator
vituperātor
noun
a blamer

vitupero
vituperō
verb
to inflict censure

vitupero
vituperō
noun
a blamer

vivacitas
vīvācitās
noun
Natural vigor

vivaciter
vīvāciter
adverb
with liveliness or spirit

vivarium
vīvārium
noun
an enclosure in which game

vivarium
vīvārium
noun

vivarius
vīvārius
adjective
of or belonging to living creatures

vivatus
vīvātus
adjective
animated

vivax
vīvax
adjective
Tenacious of life

vivens
vīvens
noun
the living

viverra
viverra
noun
a ferret

vivesco
vīvescō
verb
to become alive

vivicomburium
vīvicombūrium
noun
a burning of people alive

vivide
vīvidē
adverb
vigorously

vivido
vīvidō
verb
to make alive

vividus
vīvidus
adjective
containing life

vivificatio
vīvificātiō
noun
a making alive

vivificator
vīvificātor
noun
he who makes alive

vivificatorius
vīvificātōrius
adjective
life-giving

vivifico
vīvificō
verb
to make alive

vivificus
vīvificus
adjective
making alive

viviparus
vīviparus
adjective
that brings forth its young alive

viviradix
vīvirādix
noun
a set or cutting having a root

vivisco
vīviscō
verb
to become alive

vivisco
vīviscō
verb

vivo
vīvō
verb
to live

vivum
vīvum
noun
that which is alive

vivus
vīvus
noun
a living man

vivus
vīvus
adjective
alive

vix
vix
adverb
with difficulty

vixdum
vixdum
adverb
hardly then

vixet
vixet
cross-reference

vobis
vōbīs
cross-reference

vocabilis
vocābilis
adjective
vocal

vocabulum
vocābulum
noun
an appellation

vocalis
vōcālis
noun
a vowel

vocalis
vōcālis
adjective
that utters a voice

vocalitas
vōcālitās
noun
open sound

vocaliter
vōcāliter
adverb
with a loud cry

vocals
vōcāls
noun
vocalists

vocamen
vocāmen
noun
an appellation

vocatio
vocātiō
noun
A citing

vocative
vocātīvē
adverb
in the vocative

vocativus
vocātīvus
adjective
of or belonging to calling

vocativus
vocātīvus
noun
the vocative case

vocator
vocātor
noun
a caller

vocatorius
vocātōrius
adjective
of or belonging to calling or invoking

Vocats
Vocāts
noun
a people in

vocatus
vocātus
noun
a calling

vociferatio
vōciferātiō
noun
a loud calling

vociferator
vōciferātor
noun
one who cries aloud

vociferatus
vōciferātus
noun
a loud cry

vociferor
vōciferor
verb
to cry out

vocifero
vōciferō
verb
to cry out

vocifico
vōcificō
verb
to cry aloud

Vocio
Vociō
noun
a king of the Norici

vocito
vocitō
verb
to be wont to call

vocivus
vocīvus
adjective
empty

vocivus
vocīvus
adjective

voco
vocō
verb
to call

Voconius
Vocōnius
noun
the name of a Roman

Voconius
Vocōnius
adjective
of or belonging to a Voconius

Vocontius
Vocontius
noun
a people in

Vocontius
Vocontius
adjective
of or belonging to the Vocontii

vocula
vōcula
noun
a small or feeble voice

voculatio
vōculātiō
noun
the intonation

Vogesus
Vogesus
noun
a chain of mountains in Gaul

voisgram
voisgram
cross-reference

vola
vola
noun
the hollow of the hand

Volana
Volana
noun
a town of the Samnites

Volandum
Volandum
noun
a fortress of Armenia

volans
volans
noun
the birds

volans
volans
adjective

Volaterra
Volāterra
noun
an ancient town in Etruria

Volaterranus
Volāterrānus
noun
the inhabitants of Volaterrae

Volaterranus
Volāterrānus
adjective
of or belonging to Volaterrae

volatica
volātica
noun

volatica
volātica
noun
A witch

volaticus
volāticus
adjective
flying

volatile
volātile
noun
a fowl

volatilis
volātilis
adjective
flying

volatura
volātūra
noun
a flight

volatus
volātus
noun
a flying

Volca
Volca
noun
a numerous and powerful people in

Volcanale
Volcānāle
noun
the yearly festival of Vulcan

Volcanalis
Volcānālis
adjective
of or belonging to Vulcan

Volcanius
Volcānius
adjective
of or relating to Vulcan

Volcanus
Volcānus
noun
Vulcan

Volcens
Volcens
noun
a people of Lucania

Volcentinus
Volcentīnus
noun
a people of Istria

volens
volens
adjective

volenter
volenter
adverb
willingly

volentia
volentia
noun
will

Volesus
Volesus
noun
the name of a powerful Sabine

volgaris
volgāris
adjective
of or belonging to the great mass or multitude

volgaris, volgaritas, volgariter
volgāris, volgāritas, volgāriter
expression

volgaritas
volgāritās
noun
the great mass

volgāriter
volgāriter
adverb
after the ordinary or common manner

volgate
volgātē
adverb
notoriously

volgator
volgātor
noun

volgator
volgātor
noun
one that makes

volgatus
volgātus
adjective
general

volgiolus
volgiolus
noun
an implement for levelling beds of earth

volgivagus
volgivagus
adjective
that wanders about everywhere

volgo
volgō
verb
to bring before the public

volgo
volgō
adverb
before every body

volgo
volgō
verb
to spread among the multitude

volgus
volgus
noun
the great mass

volitatus
volitātus
noun
a flying

volito
volitō
verb
to fly to and fro

volnerabilis
volnerābilis
adjective
wounding

volnerarius
volnerārius
adjective
of or belonging to wounds

volneratio
volnerātiō
noun
a wounding

volnerator
volnerātor
noun
a wounder

volnero
volnerō
verb
to wound

volnero
volnero
noun

volnifer
volnifer
adjective
wound-bringing

volnificus
volnificus
adjective
wound-making

volnus
volnus
noun
a wound

volnus
volnus
noun

volnusculum
volnusculum
noun
a little or slight wound

volo
volō
verb
to fly

volo
volō
noun
a volunteer

volo
volō
verb
v. irreg. a

Vologeses
Vologēses
noun
the name of several kings of Parthia

Vologesocerta
Vologesocerta
noun
Kufa

Vologessia
Vologessia
noun
a town of Babylonia

Vologesus
Vologēsus
noun
the name of several kings of Parthia

volones
volōnes
noun

volpes
volpēs
noun
a fox

volpes
volpes
noun

volpinor
volpīnor
verb
to play the fox

volpinor
volpīnor
noun

volpinus
volpīnus
adjective
of or belonging to a fox

volpio
volpiō
noun
one

Volsce
Volscē
adverb
after the manner of the Volsci

Volscens
Volscens
adjective
an officer of the Latins

Volscius
Volscius
noun
the name of a Roman gens

Volscus
Volscus
adjective
of or belonging to the Volsci

Volscus
Volscus
noun
the most considerable people in Latium

volsella
volsella
noun
a kind of pincers

volsilla
volsilla
noun
a kind of pincers

Volsiniensis
Volsiniensis
adjective
of or belonging to Volsinii

Volsiniensis
Volsiniensis
noun
the inhabitants of Volsinii

Volsinius
Volsinius
adjective
of or belonging to Volsinii

Volsinius
Volsinius
noun
a town in Etruria

Volso
Volsō
noun
a cognomen in the Manlian gens

volsura
volsūra
noun
a plucking

volsus
volsus
adjective
shorn

volt
volt
cross-reference

Volta
Volta
cross-reference
the Etruscan name of a monster among the Volsinians

volticulus
volticulus
noun

volticulus
volticulus
noun
look

Voltinia tribus
Voltinia tribus
expression
one of the Roman tribes

Voltiniensis
Voltiniensis
noun
the people of the Voltinian tribe

voltis
voltis
cross-reference

Voltumna
Voltumna
noun
the tutelary goddess of the Etruscan Confederation

voltuosus
voltuōsus
adjective
of an expressive countenance

voltuosus
voltuōsus
adjective

voltur
voltur
adjective

Voltur
Voltur
noun
a mountain in Apulia

voltur
voltur
noun
a vulture

voltur
voltur
noun
a vulture

Volturcius
Volturcius
noun
one of the fellow-conspirators of Catiline

volturinus
volturīnus
adjective
of or belonging to a vulture

volturius
volturius
noun
a vulture

Volturnalis
Volturnālis
adjective
of or belonging to the god Vulturnus

Volturnum
Volturnum
noun
a town in Campania

Volturnus
Volturnus
adjective
of or belonging to the Vulturnus

Volturnus
Volturnus
adjective
of or belonging to Vultur

Volturnus
Volturnus
noun

Volturnus
Volturnus
noun
a river in Campania

volturus
volturus
cross-reference

voltus
voltus
noun
an expression of countenance

volubilis
volūbilis
adjective
that is turned round

volubilitas
volūbilitās
noun
a rapid

volubiliter
volūbiliter
adverb
Swiftly rolling

volucer
volucer
adjective
flying

volucra
volūcra
noun
a kind of worm or caterpillar that wraps itself up in vineleaves

volucre
volūcrē
noun
a kind of worm or caterpillar that wraps itself up in vineleaves

volucripes
volucripes
adjective
swiftfooted

volucripes
volūcripes
adjective
swiftfooted

volucris
volūcris
noun

volucris
volucris
noun

volucris
volūcris
noun

volucris
volucris
noun

volucritas
volūcritās
noun
swiftness of flight

volucritas
volucritās
noun
swiftness of flight

volucriter
volucriter
adverb
swiftly

volumen
volūmen
noun
A roll of writing

voluminosus
volūminōsus
adjective
full of windings

Volumna
Volumna
noun
the Well-wishers

Volumnia
Volumnia
noun
the name of a Roman gens.

Volumnianus
Volumniānus
adjective
of or named from Volumnius

Volumnius
Volumnius
noun
the name of a Roman gens.

Volumnus
Volumnus
noun
the Well-wishers

voluntarie
voluntāriē
adverb

voluntarius
voluntārius
adjective
willing

voluntarius
voluntārius
noun
volunteers

voluntas
voluntās
noun
will

volup
volup
adverb
agreeably

volupe
volupē
adverb
agreeably

Volupia
Volupia
noun
the goddess of Pleasure

voluptabilis
voluptābilis
adjective
that causes pleasure or satisfaction

voluptarie
voluptāriē
adverb

voluptarius
voluptārius
adjective
of or belonging

voluptas
voluptās
noun
satisfaction

voluptativus
voluptātīvus
adjective
of or belonging to enjoyment

voluptificus
voluptificus
adjective
that causes enjoyment

voluptuarius
voluptuārius
adjective

voluptuarius
voluptuārius
adjective
of or belonging

voluptuose
voluptuōsē
adverb
with pleasure or delight

voluptuosus
voluptuōsus
adjective
full of gratification

Volusenus
Volusēnus
noun

Volusius
Volusius
noun
the name of a Roman gens.

Volustana
Volustāna
noun
a name of the Montes Cambunii in Thessaly

voluta
volūta
noun
a volute or spiral scroll

volutabrum
volūtābrum
noun
a wallowing-place

volutabundus
volūtābundus
adjective
wallowing or rolling about

volutatio
volūtātiō
noun
a rolling about

volutatus
volūtātus
noun
a rolling about

volutim
volūtim
adverb

Volutina
Volūtīna
noun
the goddess who presides over the husks of corn-ears

voluto
volūtō
verb
to roll

volutus
volūtus
adjective

volutus
volūtus
noun
a rolling

volva
volva
noun
a wrapper

volvo
volvō
verb
to roll

volvola
volvola
noun
the plant

volvula
volvula
noun
a little womb or matrix

vomax
vomax
adjective
given to vomiting

vomer
vōmer
noun
a ploughshare

vomica
vomica
noun
a sore

vomicosus
vomicōsus
adjective
full of sores or tumors

vomicus
vomicus
adjective
ulcerous

vomificus
vomificus
adjective
that causes vomiting

vomifluus
vomifluus
adjective
flowing with pus or matter

vomis
vōmis
adjective

vomis
vōmis
noun
a ploughshare

vomitio
vomitiō
noun
a spewing

vomitium
vomitium
cross-reference
that which is vomited

vomito
vomitō
verb
to vomit often

vomitor
vomitor
noun
one who vomits

vomitorium
vomitōrium
noun
the entrances

vomitorius
vomitōrius
adjective
that provokes vomiting

vomitus
vomitus
noun
a throwing up

vomo
vomō
verb
to puke

Vonones
Vonōnēs
noun
the name of a king of Parthia

vopiscus
vopiscus
noun
one of a pair of twins

Vopiscus
Vopiscus
noun
a Roman surname

vopte
vopte
cross-reference

voracitas
vorācitās
noun
greediness

voraciter
vorāciter
adverb
greedily

voraginosus
vorāginōsus
adjective
full of pits

vorago
vorāgō
noun
an abyss

vorator
vorātor
noun
a devourer

voratrina
vorātrīna
noun
An eatinghouse

voratus
vorātus
noun
The devouring

vorax
vorax
adjective
swallowing greedily

voro
vorō
verb
to swallow whole

vorsipellis
vorsipellis
adjective
that changes its shape or form

vorso
vorsō
verb
to turn

vorsor
vorsor
verb
to dwell

vorsoria
vorsōria
noun
a rope that guides a sail

vorso, vorsorius
vorso, vorsōrius
expression

vorsum
vorsum
adverb

vorsum
vorsum
adverb

vorsura
vorsūra
noun
a turning round

vorsus
vorsus
noun
A furrow

vorsus
vorsus
cross-reference
turned in the direction of

vorsus
vorsus
adjective

vorsus
vorsus
cross-reference
turned in the direction of

vorsus
vorsus
adverb

vorsutus
vorsūtus
adjective
adroit

vortex
vortex
noun
A whirl

vorticosus
vorticōsus
adjective
full of whirlpools or eddies

vorto
vortō
verb
to turn

Vortumnus
Vortumnus
noun
the god of the changing year

vos
vos
cross-reference

Vosagus
Vosagus
noun
a chain of mountains in Gaul

Vosegus
Vosegus
noun
a chain of mountains in Gaul

voster
voster
pronoun
your

voster
voster
adjective

votifer
vōtifer
adjective
vow-bearing

votivitas
vōtīvitās
noun
a solemn promise

votivus
vōtīvus
adjective
Of or belonging to a vow

voto
votō
verb
not to suffer

voto
votō
verb

votum
vōtum
noun
A solemn promise made to some deity

votus
vōtus
adjective

voveo
voveō
verb
to vow

vox
vox
noun
a voice

Vulcanalis
Vulcānālis
adjective
of or belonging to Vulcan

Vulcanius
Vulcānius
adjective
of or relating to Vulcan

Vulcanus
Vulcānus
noun

Vulcanus
Vulcānus
noun
Vulcan

vulgaris
vulgāris
adjective
of or belonging to the great mass or multitude

vulgaritas
vulgāritās
noun
the great mass

vulgariter
vulgāriter
adverb
after the ordinary or common manner

vulgarius
vulgārius
adjective
of or belonging to the great mass or multitude

vulgate
vulgātē
adverb
notoriously

vulgator
vulgātor
noun
one that makes

vulgatus
vulgātus
adjective
general

vulgatus
vulgātus
noun
a making generally known

vulgivagus
vulgivagus
adjective
that wanders about everywhere

vulgo
vulgō
adverb
before every body

vulgo
vulgō
verb
to spread among the multitude

vulgus
vulgus
noun
the great mass

vulnerabilis
vulnerābilis
adjective
wounding

vulnerarius
vulnerārius
adjective
of or belonging to wounds

vulnerarius
vulnerārius
noun
a surgeon

vulneratio
vulnerātiō
noun
a wounding

vulnerator
vulnerātor
noun
a wounder

vulnero
vulnerō
verb
to wound

vulnifer
vulnifer
adjective
wound-bringing

vulnifico
vulnificō
verb
to wound

vulnificus
vulnificus
adjective
wound-making

vulnus
vulnus
noun
a wound

vulnusculum
vulnusculum
noun
a little or slight wound

vulpecula
vulpēcula
noun
a little fox

vulpes
vulpēs
noun
a fox

vulpinor
vulpīnor
verb
to play the fox

vulpinus
vulpīnus
adjective
of or belonging to a fox

vulpio
vulpiō
noun
one

vulpis
vulpis
noun
a fox

vulpis
vulpis
noun

vulsella
vulsella
noun

vulsella
vulsella
noun
a kind of pincers

Vulsinienses
Vulsinienses
cross-reference

Vulsiniensis
Vulsiniensis
adjective
of or belonging to Volsinii

Vulsiniensis
Vulsiniensis
noun
the inhabitants of Volsinii

Vulsinii
Vulsiniī
cross-reference

Vulsinius
Vulsinius
noun
a town in Etruria

vulsio
vulsiō
noun
a plucking

Vulso
Vulsō
noun
a cognomen in the Manlian gens

vulsura
vulsūra
noun
a plucking

vulsus
vulsus
adjective

vulsus
vulsus
adjective
shorn

vulticulus
vulticulus
noun
look

vultum
vultum
noun

vultuosus
vultuōsus
adjective
of an expressive countenance

Vultur
Vultur
noun
a mountain in Apulia

vultur
vultur
noun
a vulture

Vulturcius
Vulturcius
noun
one of the fellow-conspirators of Catiline

vulturinus
vulturīnus
adjective
of or belonging to a vulture

vulturius
vulturius
noun
a vulture

Vulturnale
Vulturnāle
noun
the festival of Vulturnus

Vulturnalis
Vulturnālis
adjective
of or belonging to the god Vulturnus

Vulturnum
Vulturnum
noun
a town in Campania

Vulturnus
Vulturnus
noun
a river in Campania

Vulturnus
Vulturnus
adjective
of or belonging to Vultur

Vulturnus
Vulturnus
adjective
of or belonging to the Vulturnus

vulturus
vulturus
cross-reference

vulturus
vulturus
noun
a vulture

vultus
vultus
noun
an expression of countenance

vulva
vulva
noun
a wrapper

vulvula
vulvula
noun
a little womb or matrix

 
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