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# 68133 Latin glosses :: 109762 English translations
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-a {suffix} :: suffixed to the roots of verbs, forms (usually masculine) agent nouns
-a {suffix} :: suffixed chiefly to the stems of adjectives terminating in -ter, forms adverbs which are frequently also used as prepositions
a- {prefix} :: alternative form of ab-
a- {prefix} [Before a word beginning with sc, sp or st] :: alternative form of ad-
a. {abbr} :: ante
a {letter} [sometimes with littera] :: the first letter of the Latin alphabet
a {noun} :: The name of the letter A
a {prep} :: of, from
a {interj} :: ah
A. {prop} {m} :: praenominal abbreviation of Aulus
A {letter} [sometimes with littera] :: letter
A {abbr} [in dates] :: ante (“before”)
A {abbr} [in dates] :: anno, annus (“year”)
A {abbr} :: Aulus (a Roman given name)
A {abbr} :: aquae (“waters”)
A {abbr} :: auro, argento, or aeri (the three directors of the mint)
A {abbr} :: agris (“fields”)
A {abbr} [upon the voting tablets in judicial trials] :: absolvo (“I free”, “I acquit”)
A {abbr} [in the Roman Comitia] :: antiquo — “I leave in its former state”, “I reject” [e.g. the point in question]
A {abbr} :: amicō (“friend”)
A {abbr} :: a (“of, from”)
A {abbr} :: aediliciae
A {abbr} :: aerario
A {abbr} [in Cicero's Tusculanae Disputationes, “Tusculan Disputations”] :: adulescens or auditor, one of the disputants, as opposed to M. for magister or Marcus
Aaron {prop} {m} :: Aaron (biblical figure)
ab- {prefix} :: from, away, away from
ab- {prefix} :: off
ab- {prefix} :: at a distance
ab- {prefix} :: completely, thoroughly
ab- {prefix} :: absence of
ab- {prefix} :: more remote
ab {prep} :: from, away from, out of
ab {prep} :: down from
ab {prep} :: at, on, in
ab {prep} :: [time] after, since
ab {prep} :: [source of action or event] by, of
Abacaenum {prop} {n} :: A city of Sicily situated between Tyndaris and Mylae
ab acia et acu {idiom} [idiomatic] :: in great detail
abacinandus {v} :: which is to be made blind, which is to be removed the power of sight
abacinans {v} :: making blind, removing the power of sight
abacinatus {v} :: blind, having been made blind (especially by using a red-hot iron rod or basin)
abacino {v} :: I make blind, blind, remove the power of sight, especially by using a red-hot iron rod or basin
abacinus {adj} :: of or pertaining to a mosaic
abactius {adj} :: stolen (especially of cattle)
abactor {m} :: A cattle thief; abactor or rustler
abactor {m} :: A man who abducts
abacturus {v} :: about to deter
abactus {v} :: driven away, stolen, having been driven away [especially of cattle]
abactus {v} :: deterred, discouraged, having been deterred
abactus {v} [of a disease] :: removed, having been removed
abactus {m} :: The āct of driving away, robbing [especially of cattle]
Abacuc {prop} {m} :: Habakkuk (book and prophet)
abaculus {m} :: abaculus
abacus {m} :: a square board
abacus {m} :: sideboard
abacus {m} :: counting board
abacus {m} :: gaming board
abacus {m} :: a painted ceiling or wall panel
abacus {m} :: a panel
abacus {m} :: a tray
Abaddon {prop} {m} [Late Latin] :: the name of the angel of Tartarus
Abae {prop} {fp} :: a town of Phocis situated near the borders with Locris, famous for its temple of Apollo
abaestuans {v} :: hanging down richly, waving down richly
abaestuaturus {v} :: about to hang down richly, about to wave down richly
abaestuo {vi} :: I hang down richly, wave down richly
abaetens {v} :: departing
ab aeterno {adv} :: Since a very long time ago
abaeto {v} :: I depart, leave, go away
abagmentum {n} :: A way or means for inducing or procuring an abortion
abalienandus {v} :: which is to be alienated, separated, removed
abalienans {v} :: alienating, separating, removing
abalienatio {f} :: a legal transfer of property
abalienaturus {v} :: about to alienate, separate, remove
abalienatus {v} :: alienated, estranged, having been alienated
abalienatus {v} :: removed, disposed, having been removed
abalienatus {v} [legal] :: sold, transferred by sale, alienated, having been sold
abalieno {v} :: I make alien from someone, alienate (from), estrange, make hostile, remove, separate
abalieno {v} [by extension, in general] :: I dispose, detach, abstract, separate, remove
abalieno {v} [legal] :: I sell, alienate, dispose of, give up possession of, transfer by sale
abalietas {f} [Medieval Latin, philosophy] :: The dependence of one's existence upon that of another
Aballaba {f} :: A Roman fortification in north-west Cumbria, on Hadrian's Wall
abambulans {v} :: going away, walking away, leaving, departing
abambulo {vi} :: I go away, walk away, leave, depart
abamita {f} [Late Latin] :: a sister of a great-great-grandfather
abamurus {noun} [rare] :: a supporting or retaining wall, added to support another wall
abannatio {f} [Late Latin] :: The act of banishing, banishment
abante {adv} [Late Latin] :: before, in front
abante {prep} :: from before
Abanteus {adj} :: of or pertaining to Abas
Abantiades {prop} {m} :: A patronymic for male descendants of Abas, particularly:
Abantiades {prop} {m} :: Acrisius (son of Abas, mythological king of Argos)
Abantiades {prop} {m} :: Perseus (great-grandson of Abas and grandson of Acrisius)
Abantias {prop} {f} [archaic] :: land of Abas, Euboea
Abantias {prop} {f} :: A patronymic for female descendants of Abas, particularly:
Abantias {prop} {f} :: Danaë (granddaughter of Abas, mythological king of Argos)
Abantius {adj} :: of or pertaining to the land of Abas, Abantian, that is Euboean (led by Abas, the Abantians or Abantes migrated to the island of Euboea)
abarcens {v} :: keeping off
abarceo {v} :: I keep away, ward off
Abas {prop} {m} :: A personal name found in Greek and Roman mythology, famously held by:
Abas {prop} {m} :: Abas (the twelfth king of Argos)
abascantus {adj} :: unenvied
Abasci {prop} {mp} :: A Scythian tribe which dwelt in Colchis
Abascus {prop} {m} :: A river that flows through the territory of the Abasci
Abatos {prop} {f} :: A rocky island in the Nile, to which only the priests had access
abavia {f} [Late Latin] :: mother of a great-grandfather or of a great-grandmother; a great-great-grandmother
abavunculus {m} [Late Latin] :: great-great-uncle
abavus {m} :: a great-great-grandfather
abax {m} :: alternative form of abacus
abbacinandus {v} :: which is to be blinded
abbacinans {v} :: blinding
abbacinaturus {v} :: about to blind
abbacinatus {v} :: blinded
abbacino {v} :: alternative form of abacinō
abbas {m} :: An abbot
abbatia {f} [Late Latin] :: an abbey
abbatialis {adj} :: Of or pertaining to an abbey, abbot or abbess, abbatial
abbatissa {f} [Late Latin] :: abbess, female head of an abbey
abbatizans {v} :: being abbot
abbatizo {v} :: I am abbot
abbreviandus {v} :: which is to be shortened
abbrevians {v} :: shortening
abbreviatio {f} [Late Latin] :: an abbreviation
abbreviatulus {adj} :: somewhat shortened
abbreviatura {f} :: abbreviature, abbreviation
abbreviaturus {v} :: about to shorten
abbreviatus {v} :: shortened, abbreviated
abbrevio {v} :: I shorten, abbreviate, abridge
abbrevio {v} [Late Latin] :: I epitomize
abbrevio {v} :: I break off
abbrevio {v} :: I weaken
abchasicus {adj} :: Abkhasian
abcisio {f} [rhetoric, Medieval Latin] :: abscission
Abdara {prop} {f} :: A city in Hispania Baetica
abdendus {v} :: which is to be hidden, concealed, secreted
abdendus {v} :: which to be removed, set aside, banished
abdens {v} :: hiding, concealing, secreting
abdens {v} :: removing, setting aside, banishing
Abdera {prop} {f} :: Abdera (A Thracian town known for its inhabitants' foolishness)
Abdera {prop} {f} [figuratively, by extension] :: Chelm, cloud-cuckoo-land
abderitanus {adj} :: of or pertaining the city of Abdera
abderitanus {adj} :: foolish, idiotic
Abderus {prop} {m} [Greek mythology] :: A divine hero and one of the lovers of Heracles
abdicandus {v} :: which is to be rejected
abdicans {v} :: rejecting
abdicatio {f} :: a renunciation
abdicatio {f} :: action of disowning
abdicatio {f} :: abdication
abdicativus {adj} :: negative
abdicatorius {adj} :: resigning, abdicating
abdicatorius {adj} :: rejecting
abdicatrix {f} :: renouncer (female)
abdicaturus {v} :: about to reject
abdicatus {v} :: denied, refused, rejected, having been rejected
abdicatus {v} :: resigned, abdicated, having been resigned
abdicatus {v} :: abolished, having been abolished
abdicatus {v} :: disinherited, having been disinherited
abdicatus {v} :: renounced, having been renounced
abdicendus {v} :: which is to be disapproved
abdicens {v} :: disapproving
abdico {v} [of an unfavorable omen] :: I am against, disapprove of, reject, refuse, deny, forbid, disallow, condemn
abdico {v} [law] :: I take away by sentence, withhold a right
abdico {v} :: I deny, refuse to acknowledge, reject
abdico {v} :: I resign, abdicate
abdico {v} :: I abolish, renounce
abdico {v} :: I disinherit, disown
abdicturus {v} :: about to disapprove
abdictus {v} :: disapproved
abditivus {adj} :: removed or separated from
abditurus {v} :: about to hide, conceal, secret
abditurus {v} :: about to remove, set aside, banish
abditus {v} :: hidden, concealed, secret, having been concealed
abditus {v} :: removed, set aside, banished, having been banished
abdo {v} :: I hide, conceal, keep secret, cover, suppress, sheathe
abdo {v} :: I remove, put away, set aside; banish
abdo {v} [often with se] :: I betake myself, go away, go and hide
abdomen {n} [anatomy] :: belly, abdomen
abdomen {n} [by extension of meaning] :: gluttony
abdominalis {adj} :: abdominal
Abdua {prop} {m} :: The river Adda, which flows in Lombardy
abducendus {v} :: which is to be removed
abducens {v} :: taking away, leading away or aside; removing
abducens {v} :: withdrawing
abducens {v} :: robbing, ravishing
abducens {v} :: seducing, charming
abducens {v} :: reducing, degrading, lowering
abduco {v} :: I take away, lead away or aside, carry off; detach, remove
abduco {v} :: I withdraw
abduco {v} :: I cause to withdraw, be separated, fall off or drop out; divert
abduco {v} :: I carry off or away forcibly, rob, ravish
abduco {v} :: I seduce, charm, attract or entice away, pervert
abduco {v} :: I bring down, reduce, degrade, lower
abductio {f} :: robbing, ravishing, plundering
abductio {f} [by extension, of a woman] :: abduction
abductio {f} [Vulgar Latin, Ecclesiastical Latin] :: retirement
abductivus {adj} :: seductive
abductivus {adj} :: abductive
abductoris {adj} [New Latin] :: abductive
abducturus {v} :: about to remove
abductus {v} :: taken or led away, detached, removed, having been taken away or removed
abductus {v} :: withdrawn, having been withdrawn
abductus {v} :: robbed, ravished, having been robbed
abductus {v} :: seduced, charmed, perverted, having been seduced
abductus {v} :: reduced, degraded, having been reduced
abecedaria {f} :: An elementary instruction
abecedarium {n} :: alphabet, ABCs
abecedarius {adj} :: Of or pertaining to the alphabetalphabetical, alphabetic
abecedarius {adj} [substantive] :: One who learns the ABCs
abei {noun} :: Genitive singular of *abeus; Abe's
Abella {prop} {f} :: A city of the interior of Campania, situated near Nola
abellana {f} :: filbert, hazelnut
Abellinum {prop} {n} :: A considerable city of Hirpinia, situated in the upper valley of the river Sabatus, now the city of Avellino
Abelus {prop} {m} [Bible] :: Abel
Abelus {prop} {m} :: given name
abeo {v} :: I depart, go away, go off
abeo {v} :: I am transformed, metamorphosed
abeo {v} :: I retire from office
abeo {v} :: I pass from owner to owner
abeo {v} [astronomy] :: I set
abequitans {v} :: riding away, leaving
abequito {vi} :: I ride away; leave
aberatio {f} :: alternative form of aberratio
abercens {v} :: keeping away
aberceo {v} :: alternative form of abarceo
aberdeenensis {adj} :: Aberdeen (several places) (attributive)
aberrandus {v} :: which is to be deviated
aberrans {v} :: wandering, straying or deviating from
aberrans {v} :: aberring, going astray; deviating, digressing
aberrans {v} :: seeking distraction
aberrans {v} [by extension] :: making a mistake, erring
aberratio {f} :: relief (from trouble), diversion
aberraturus {v} :: about to deviate
aberratus {v} :: wandered, strayed, deviated
aberro {vt} [sometimes with ab] :: I wander, stray or deviate from
aberro {vi} :: I aberr, aberrate, go astray, get lost; deviate, digress
aberro {vi} :: I seek distraction, forget for a time
aberro {vi} [by extension] :: I go wrong, make a mistake, err
abeundus {v} :: which is to be departed
abfuturus {v} :: alternative form of afuturus
abhibendus {v} :: which is to be kept off
abhibens {v} :: keeping off
abhibeo {vt} :: I keep off, keep away, keep at a distance
abhibiturus {v} :: about to keep off
abhibitus {v} :: kept off
abhinc {adv} :: since, ago
abhinc {adv} :: hence, henceforth, hereafter
abhorrens {v} :: abhorring, shuddering at, recoiling from
abhorrens {v} :: being disinclined to
abhorrens {v} :: being free from
abhorrens {v} [by extension] :: varying or differing from
abhorreo {v} :: I abhor, shudder at, recoil or shrink back from
abhorreo {v} :: I am averse or disinclined to
abhorreo {v} :: I am free from
abhorreo {v} [by extension] :: I am inconsistent or do not agree with, vary or differ from
abhorrescens {v} :: dreading
abhorresco {v} :: I dread, become terrified, bristle up
abhorride {adv} :: in an unfit manner, improperly
abhorridissime {adv} :: superlative of abhorride
abhorridius {adv} :: comparative of abhorride
Abia {prop} :: Abijah
Abia {prop} {f} :: a town of Messenia situated near the borders with Laconia
Abiathar {prop} :: Abiathar
abiciendus {v} :: which is to be discarded etc
abiciens {v} :: abandoning, discarding
abiciens {v} :: overthrowing
abicio {v} :: I throw or hurl down or away, cast or push away or aside
abicio {v} :: I give up, abandon; expose; discard
abicio {v} :: I humble, degrade, reduce, lower, cast down
abicio {v} :: I overthrow, vanquish
abicio {v} :: I sell cheaply, undervalue; waste; degrade, belittle
abicio {v} [with se] :: I throw myself on the ground; throw myself away, degrade myself, give up in despair
abicio {v} [of weapons] :: I discharge, fling, hurl, cast, throw
abiectandus {v} :: which is to be abandoned
abiectans {v} :: abandoning
abiectaturus {v} :: about to abandon
abiectatus {v} :: abandoned
abiecte {adv} :: abjectly, dispiritedly
abiecte {adv} :: lowly, meanly
abiectio {f} :: throwing away or rejecting
abiectio {f} :: dejection, despondency
abiectio {f} :: outcast
abiectissime {adv} :: superlative of abiecte
abiectius {adv} :: comparative of abiecte
abiecto {v} :: I abandon
abiecto {v} :: I debase
abiecto {v} :: I humble
abiecto {v} :: I sell too cheaply
abiecto {v} :: I slight
abiecto {v} :: I throw, cast away, cast down, cast aside
abiecturus {v} :: about to abandon
abiectus {v} :: thrown or cast aside, down or away, having been thrown away
abiectus {v} :: given up, abandoned, degraded, having been abandoned
abiectus {v} :: overthrown, having been overthrown
abiectus {v} [by extension] :: humble, low, crouched; subservient
abiectus {v} [by extension] :: base, sordid
abiegnus {adj} :: made of fir or deal
abiens {v} :: departing, going away
abiens {v} :: passing away, disappearing, ceasing
abiens {v} :: retiring (from office)
abies {f} :: silver fir (Abies alba)
abies {f} [poetic] :: anything made of deal (fir wood)
abietarius {adj} :: Of or pertaining to fir or deal
abietarius {m} :: a joiner
abietifolius {adj} :: having leaves like a fir tree
abietinus {adj} :: Of, pertaining to, or resembling a fir tree
abiga {f} [plant] :: The common name for a flowering plant (also known as Yellow Bugle or Ajuga chamaepitys) used in medicine to induce an abortion
abigeator {m} [Late Latin] :: a cattle stealer, rustler
abigeatus {m} [Late Latin] :: cattle stealing, rustling
abigendus {v} :: which is to be deterred
abigens {v} :: deterring
abigeus {m} [Late Latin] :: a cattle stealer
abigo {v} :: I drive away (particularly cattle)
abigo {v} :: I deter, discourage, frighten away
abigo {v} [medicine] :: I remove a disease
abigo {v} [medicine] :: I force birth, cause an abortion
Abila {prop} {f} :: A town of the Decapolis situated between Gadara and Capitolias
-abilis {suffix} :: -able; able or worthy to be
abilitas {f} :: ability
abinde {adv} :: From that place, thence; since
abitens {v} :: departing
abitio {f} :: a going away, departure
abitio {f} :: a death
abito {v} :: alternative form of ābaetō
abiturus {v} :: about to depart
abitus {m} :: A going away; departure
abitus {m} :: The place through which one leaves; place of egress, way out, exit; outlet, escape route
abiudicandus {v} :: which is to be deprived
abiudicans {v} :: depriving
abiudicativus {adj} :: negative
abiudicaturus {v} :: about to deprive
abiudicatus {v} [legal] :: abjudicated, having been adjudicated
abiudicatus {v} [by extension] :: denied, refused, rejected, having been denied
abiudico {v} [legal] :: I deprive or take away by a judicial sentence; abjudicate
abiudico {v} [by extension] :: I deny, refuse, reject
abiugandus {v} :: which is to be removed
abiugans {v} :: removing
abiugaturus {v} :: about to remove
abiugatus {v} :: unyoked, having been unyoked
abiugatus {v} [by extension] :: removed, separated, having been separated
abiugo {v} :: I loose from a yoke, unyoke
abiugo {v} [by extension] :: I remove, separate from
abiuncturus {v} :: about to unharness
abiunctus {v} :: unyoked, unharnessed
abiunctus {v} :: removed, separated, detached
abiungendus {v} :: which is to be unharnessed
abiungens {v} :: unharnessing
abiungo {v} :: I loose from a yoke, unyoke, unharness
abiungo {v} :: I remove, separate, split or detach something or from something
abiurandus {v} :: which is to be denied
abiurans {v} :: denying
abiuratio {f} :: forswearing, abjuration
abiuraturus {v} :: about to deny
abiuratus {v} :: denied
abiurgandus {v} :: which is to be denied
abiurgans {v} :: denying
abiurgaturus {v} :: about to deny
abiurgatus {v} :: denied
abiurgo {vt} :: I deny or refuse reproachfully
abiurgo {vt} :: I take away (in settlement)
abiuro {v} :: I deny on oath, abjure
abjectio {f} :: alternative form of abiectio
abjecturus {v} :: about to throw
abjectus {v} :: alternative form of abiectus
abjiciendus {v} :: which is to be thrown
abjiciens {v} :: throwing
abjicio {v} :: alternative form of abicio
abjudicandus {v} :: which is to be deprived
abjudicans {v} :: depriving
abjudicativus {adj} :: alternative form of abiudicativus
abjudicaturus {v} :: about to deprive
abjudicatus {v} :: deprived
abjudico {v} :: alternative form of abiudico
abjugandus {v} :: which is to be unyoked
abjugans {v} :: unyoking
abjugaturus {v} :: about to unyoke
abjugatus {v} :: unyoked
abjugo {v} :: alternative form of abiugo
abjuncturus {v} :: alternative form of abiuncturus
abjunctus {v} :: alternative form of abiunctus
abjungendus {v} :: alternative form of abiungendus
abjungens {v} :: alternative form of abiungens
abjungo {v} :: alternative form of abiungō
abjuratio {f} :: alternative form of abiuratio
abjurgandus {v} :: which is to be denied
abjurgans {v} :: denying
abjurgaturus {v} :: about to deny
abjurgatus {v} :: denied
abjurgo {v} :: alternative form of abiurgo
ablactandus {v} :: which is to be weaned
ablactans {v} :: weaning
ablactatio {f} :: weaning
ablactaturus {v} :: about to wean
ablactatus {v} :: weaned, having been weaned
ablacto {v} :: I wean
ablacuandus {v} :: alternative form of ablaqueandus
ablacuans {v} :: alternative form of ablaqueans
ablacuaturus {v} :: alternative form of ablaqueaturus
ablacuatus {v} :: alternative form of ablaqueatus
ablacuo {v} :: alternative form of ablaqueo
ablaqueandus {v} :: which is to be ablaqueated
ablaqueans {v} :: ablaqueating
ablaqueatio {f} :: The process or act of digging or loosening the soil around the roots of a tree
ablaqueatio {f} :: The trench made by digging of the soil around the tree
ablaqueaturus {v} :: about to ablaqueate
ablaqueatus {v} :: loosened, dug, turned up, ablaqueated, having been loosened
ablaqueo {v} :: I turn up or loosen the soil around a tree (to form a trench for water)—ablaqueate
ablatio {f} :: taking away, removal
ablativus {adj} [grammar] :: ablative
ablativus causae {adj} [grammar] :: ablative of cause
ablativus instrumenti {adj} [grammar] :: ablative of instrument
ablativus modi {adj} [grammar] :: ablative of means
ablativus rei efficientis {adj} [grammar] :: ablative of causing fact
ablator {m} :: One who takes away
ablaturus {v} :: about to remove
ablatus {v} :: taken away, stolen, having been stolen
ablegandus {v} :: which is to be removed
ablegans {v} :: removing
ablegatio {f} :: a sending off or away, dispatch
ablegatio {f} :: a banishment, exile
ablegaturus {v} :: about to remove
ablegatus {v} :: sent off or away, dispatched, having been dispatched
ablegatus {v} :: removed, banished, kept at a distance, having been removed
ablegatus {v} [of a word] :: removed, deleted, having been deleted
ablego {v} :: I send off or away [on a mission]
ablego {v} :: I remove, keep at a distance, banish, send into exile
ablego {v} [of a word] :: I remove or delete
ablepsia {f} :: blindness
abliguriendus {v} :: alternative form of abligurriendus
abliguriens {v} :: alternative form of abligurriens
abligurio {v} :: alternative form of abligurrio
abliguritio {f} :: alternative form of abligurritio
abliguriturus {v} :: alternative form of abligurriturus
abliguritus {v} :: alternative form of abligurritus
abligurriendus {v} :: which is to be squandered
abligurriens {v} :: squandering
abligurrio {vt} :: I lick away, waste or spend indulgently; squander
abligurritio {f} :: a consuming or spending in feasting
abligurritor {m} [Late Latin] :: A person who consumes or spends in feasting; a spendthrift
abligurriturus {v} :: about to squander
abligurritus {v} :: wasted, squandered, having been wasted or squandered
ablocandus {v} :: which is to be leased
ablocans {v} :: leasing
ablocaturus {v} :: about to lease
ablocatus {v} :: leased, having been leased
ablocatus {v} :: hired, contracted, having been hired
abloco {v} :: I lease, let out on hire
abloco {v} :: I hire, contract
abludens {v} :: differing
abludo {vi} :: I am unlike, differ from
abluens {v} :: washing off or away, cleansing, purifying, abluent
abluens {v} [figuratively] :: removing darkness
abluo {v} :: I wash off or away, cleanse, purify
abluo {v} [figuratively] :: I remove darkness
ablutio {f} :: washing, cleansing, ablution
ablutor {m} :: a person who washes off, purifies or cleanses
ablutus {v} :: cleansed, purified
abluvio {f} :: erosion
abluvium {n} :: flood, deluge, inundation
abmatertera {f} [Late Latin] :: sister of a great-great-grandmother; great-great-great-aunt
abnatans {v} :: swimming
abnato {vi} :: I swim or float off or away
abnegandus {v} :: which is to be refused, denied, decline
abnegans {v} :: refusing, declining, denying
abnegatio {f} :: The act of denying; denial
abnegativus {adj} :: negative
abnegator {m} :: a denier
abnegaturus {v} :: about to refuse
abnegatus {v} :: refused, denied, declined, having been refused
abnego {v} :: I refuse, deny, decline, am unwilling
abnepos {m} :: great-great-grandson
abneptis {f} :: great-great-granddaughter
abnoctans {v} :: spending the night
abnocto {v} :: I spend or pass the night abroad or away from home, stay out all night
abnodandus {v} :: which is to be unknotted
abnodans {v} :: unknotting
abnodaturus {v} :: about to unknot
abnodatus {v} :: unknotted, cleared of knots, having been cleared of knots
abnodo {vt} :: I cut off knots, unknot
abnodo {vt} :: I clear trees of knots
abnormis {adj} [Late Latin] :: deviating or departing from a fixed rule or standard; abnormal, irregular
abnuendus {v} :: which is to be denied
abnuens {v} :: denying
abnueo {v} :: alternative form of abnuo
abnuitio {f} :: negation, refusal, denial
abnuiturus {v} :: about to deny
abnuitus {v} :: denied
abnumerans {v} :: reckoning
abnumero {vt} :: I reckon or count up, total
abnuo {v} :: I refuse by a nod; I deny, refuse, reject
abnuo {v} [no passive] :: I desist
abnutans {v} :: refusing
abnutivus {adj} :: negative
abnuto {v} :: I deny often (by a nod); refuse
Aboa {prop} [New Latin] :: Turku
Abobriga {prop} {f} :: a town of Hispania Tarraconensis mentioned by Pliny
ab oculis {adj} [Late Latin] :: blind
Abodiacum {prop} {n} :: A town of Vindelicia, now Epfach
Abolani {prop} {mp} :: An ancient tribe of Latium
abolefaciendus {v} :: which is to be destroyed
abolefaciens {v} :: destroying
abolefacio {v} :: I destroy
abolefacturus {v} :: about to destroy
abolefactus {v} :: destroyed
abolendus {v} :: which is to be retarded, abolished
abolens {v} :: retarding, abolishing
aboleo {v} :: I retard, check the growth of
aboleo {v} :: I destroy, efface, abolish; terminate
aboleo {v} [in passive] :: I die, decay
abolescens {v} :: perishing
abolesco {v} :: I gradually perish, decay, die
abolesco {v} :: I disappear, vanish
abolitio {f} :: abolishing, annulling, abolition
abolitio {f} :: amnesty; suspension (of an accusation)
abolitor {m} :: A person or thing that takes something away or casts it into oblivion; an abolisher
aboliturus {v} :: about to retard, abolish
abolitus {v} :: retarded, abolished
abolla {f} :: a cloak made out of thick woolen cloth
abomasum {n} :: abomasum
abominabilis {adj} :: abominable, detestable
abominamentum {n} [Late Latin] :: detestable thing, abomination
abominandus {v} :: which is to be deprecated or abhorred
abominans {v} :: abominating
abominatio {f} [Late Latin] :: aversion, detestation, loathing
abominaturus {v} :: about to abominate
abominatus {v} :: deprecated
abominatus {v} :: abominated, detested, loathed
abomino {v} :: alternative form of abominor
abominor {v} :: I deprecate (as an ill omen)
abominor {v} :: I abominate, abhor, detest, loathe
abominosus {adj} :: full of ill omens, portentous, ominous
aboriendus {v} :: which is to be disappeared
aboriens {v} :: disappearing
aborigineus {adj} :: Of or pertaining to the original founders of a city or the like; aboriginal
aboriginus {adj} :: aboriginal
aborigo {f} :: aborigine (original inhabitant)
aborior {vi} :: I disappear, pass away, set
aborior {vi} :: I miscarry, am aborted (of a baby)
aboriscendus {v} :: which is to be perished
aboriscens {v} :: perishing
aboriscor {v} :: I perish, die
aboriturus {v} :: about to disappear
aborsus {adj} :: That which has been brought forth or born prematurely
aborsus {m} :: premature delivery, miscarriage, abortion
abortans {v} :: aborting
abortaturus {v} :: about to bring forth prematurely
abortio {f} :: premature delivery, miscarriage, abortion
abortium {n} :: abortion, miscarriage
abortivum {n} :: abortion, miscarriage
abortivum {n} :: that which procures or induces an abortion
abortivus {adj} :: Of or pertaining to a premature delivery, miscarriage, or abortion
abortivus {adj} :: Of that which causes an abortion or miscarriage
abortivus {adj} :: born prematurely
aborto {vi} :: I bring forth prematurely
aborturus {v} :: about to disappear
abortus {m} :: premature delivery, miscarriage, abortion
abortus {m} [figuratively] :: an unfinished piece
abortus {v} :: disappeared, passed away, having disappeared or passed away
abortus {v} :: miscarried, aborted, having miscarried or aborted
ab ovo usque ad mala {adv} [idiomatic] :: from the beginning to the end
abpatruus {m} [Late Latin] :: paternal great-granduncle
abra {f} :: maid
abradendus {v} :: which is to be abraded
abradens {v} :: abrading
abrado {v} :: I scratch, rub, scrape off or away, abrade
abrado {v} :: I shave (off)
abrado {v} [figuratively] :: I seize, rob, take, snatch away
Abraham {prop} {m} :: Abraham (Biblical character)
Abrahamus {prop} {m} :: given name cognate to Abraham
abranchiatus {adj} [New Latin] :: Used as a specific epithet; without gills
abrasio {f} :: The act of scratching, scraping or rubbing; abrasion
abrasurus {v} :: about to abrade
abrasus {v} :: scratched, rubbed, scraped off or away, having been scratched
abrasus {v} :: shaven off, having been shaven off
abrasus {v} :: seized, robbed, taken, snatched away, having been robbed
abrelictus {adj} :: deserted, abandoned
abrenuntians {v} :: renouncing
abrenuntiatio {f} [Ecclesiastical Latin] :: a renouncing, especially during baptism
abrenuntio {v} :: I renounce
abrepturus {v} :: about to snatch
abreptus {v} :: taken away, snatched
Abrincatui {prop} {mp} :: A Celtic tribe of Gallia Lugdunensis
abripiendus {v} :: which is to be snatched
abripiens {v} :: snatching
abripio {v} :: I take away (by violence); snatch, drag or tear off or away
abripio {v} [figuratively, of rivers] :: I wash, blow away
abripio {v} [figuratively] :: I carry off, remove, detach
abripio {v} [figuratively] :: I squander, dissipate
Abrocomes {prop} {m} :: A Persian general, son of Darius and brother of Xerxes and Hyperanthes
abrodendus {v} :: which is to be gnawed
abrodens {v} :: gnawing
abrodo {vt} :: I gnaw off
abrogandus {v} :: which is to be abolished
abrogans {v} :: abolishing
abrogatio {f} [legal] :: a formal repeal of a law
abrogaturus {v} :: about to abolish
abrogatus {v} :: abrogated, annulled, recalled, having been annulled
abrogatus {v} :: taken away, deprived of, having been deprived of
abrogo {v} [legal] :: I abolish, abrogate, annul [all parts]; recall
abrogo {v} [figuratively] :: I take away, deprive (of)
Abronius {prop} {m} :: The name of a Roman gens, famously held by:
Abronius {prop} {m} :: Abronius Silo (a poet of the Augustan age)
Abronius {adj} :: of or pertaining to the gens Abronia
abrosurus {v} :: about to gnaw
abrosus {v} :: gnawed off, having been gnawed off
abrotanelloides {adj} [New Latin] :: southernwood (attributive)
abrotanifolius {adj} :: southernwood-leafed
abrotonum {n} :: southernwood (Artemisia abrotanum)
abrumpendus {v} :: which is to be broken off, severed
abrumpens {v} :: severing
abrumpo {v} :: I break off something [violently]; rend, tear, sever
abrumpo {v} [of an event, action or policy] :: I cut short, break off, terminate, end
abruptio {f} :: a breaking or tearing (off or away); separation, abruption
abruptio {f} [of a relationship] :: a break; separation, divorce
abruptissimus {adj} :: steepest, most or very steep or abrupt
abrupturus {v} :: about to sever
abruptus {v} :: broken off, torn, severed, having been broken off
abruptus {v} [by extension] :: broken off; precipitous, steep, abrupt
abruptus {v} [of an event, action or policy] :: cut short, broken off, having been cut short
abruptus {v} [by extension] :: broken off; broken, disconnected, abrupt
abs- {prefix} :: away from
Absarus {prop} {m} :: A river of Colchis mentioned by Pliny
abscedendus {v} :: which is to be departed
abscedens {v} :: departing
abscedens {v} :: withdrawing
abscedens {v} :: retreating
abscedo {v} :: I go off or away, depart
abscedo {v} :: I disappear, withdraw
abscedo {v} :: I recede, retreat
abscedo {v} [military] :: I withdraw (from combat, a siege); march off, depart, retire
abscedo {v} [figuratively] :: I leave off, desist
abscessio {f} :: a going away, a separating
abscessio {f} :: diminution
abscessurus {v} :: about to depart
abscessus {v} :: departed
abscessus {v} :: withdrawn
abscessus {v} :: retreated
abscidendus {v} :: which is to be cut off
abscidens {v} :: cutting off
abscido {v} :: I cut off (with an instrument), cut short
abscido {v} [medicine] :: I amputate
abscido {v} [figuratively] :: I deprive (of), cut off, detract
abscido {v} [figuratively] :: I banish, forbid, expel; destroy (hope)
abscindendus {v} :: which is to be separated
abscindens {v} :: separating
abscindo {v} :: I tear, rend off or away (especially with the hand)
abscindo {v} :: I separate, divide, cut off; alienate
abscissa {f} [mathematics] :: abscissa
abscissio {f} :: The act of breaking off or tearing away from a discourse; interruption
abscissurus {v} :: about to separate
abscissus {v} :: torn off, having been torn away
abscissus {v} :: cut off, separated, divided
abscisurus {v} :: about to cut off
abscisus {adj} :: steep, sheer, precipitous
abscisus {adj} :: abrupt, curt, brusque
abscisus {adj} :: restricted
abscisus {adj} :: severed
abscondendus {v} :: which is to be concealed
abscondens {v} :: hiding, concealing, covering, shrouding
abscondeo {v} :: alternative form of abscondo
abscondite {adv} :: obscurely
abscondite {adv} [of thought] :: profoundly
absconditissime {adv} :: superlative of abscondite
absconditius {adv} :: comparative of abscondite
absconditor {m} :: one that hides or conceals
absconditurus {v} :: about to conceal
absconditus {v} :: hidden, concealed
absconditus {adj} :: secret, covert
abscondo {vt} :: I hide, conceal, cover, shroud
absconsio {f} :: shelter
absconsus {adj} :: hidden, secret, concealed
absens {v} :: absent, missing
absentandus {v} :: which is to be sent away
absentans {v} :: sending away
absentaturus {v} :: about to send away
absentatus {v} :: sent away
absentia {f} :: absence
absentivus {adj} :: long absent
absento {vt} :: I cause someone to be absent, I send away
absento {vi} :: I am absent
absidatus {adj} :: having arches; arched, vaulted
absiliendus {v} :: which is to be lept
absiliens {v} :: leaping
absilio {vi} :: I leap, jump, spring off or away
absimilis {adj} :: unlike, dissimilar
absinthiatus {adj} :: Containing wormwood
absinthifolius {adj} :: wormwood-leafed
absinthites {m} :: alternative spelling of apsinthītēs
absinthium {n} :: wormwood
absinthium {n} :: an infusion of wormwood sometimes masked with honey due to its bitter taste
absinthium {n} [figuratively] :: something which is bitter but wholesome
absistens {v} :: withdrawing
absisto {vi} :: I withdraw, depart, go away from
absisto {vi} :: I desist, stop or cease from
absit invidia {phrase} :: Literally, "may envy be lacking (from my words)"
absitus {adj} :: lying away, distant
absocer {m} :: great-great-grandfather of one's spouse
absoluendus {v} :: which is to be loosened
absoluens {v} :: loosening
absoluo {v} :: alternative form of absolvo
absolute {adv} :: absolutely, completely, fully
absolutio {f} [legal] :: an acquittal, absolving
absolutio {f} :: completion, perfection, consummation; completeness
absolutissime {adv} :: superlative of absolūte
absolutissimus {adj} :: most/very unrestricted, fluent, pure etc
absolutius {adv} :: comparative of absolūte
absolutorius {adj} :: of or pertaining to acquittal or release; absolutory
absoluturus {v} :: about to loosen
absolutus {v} :: concluded, finished, complete, having been ended
absolutus {v} :: unrestricted, unconditional, absolute
absolutus {v} [grammar] :: which gives its sense without modification; which lacks case; which stands in the positive
absolutus {v} [legal] :: absolved, acquitted, having been declared innocent
absolutus {v} :: fluent
absolutus {v} :: perfect, pure
absolvendus {v} :: to be loosened, detached, untied
absolvendus {v} :: to be paid off
absolvendus {v} :: to be completed
absolvendus {v} :: to be acquitted
absolvens {v} :: loosening from, making loose, detaching, untying
absolvens {v} [figuratively] :: paying off
absolvens {v} [figuratively] :: completing, finishing
absolvens {v} [law] :: absolving, acquiting, declaring innocent
absolvo {v} :: I loosen from, make loose, detach, untie
absolvo {v} [figuratively] :: I pay off
absolvo {v} [figuratively] :: I complete, finish
absolvo {v} [legal] :: I absolve, acquit, declare innocent
absono {vi} :: I have a harsh or unpleasant sound
absonus {adj} :: harsh, discordant
absonus {adj} :: unsuitable, incongruous
absorbendus {v} :: which is to be absorbed
absorbens {v} :: swallowing down, devouring
absorbens {v} :: absorbing, submerging
absorbens {v} [figuratively] :: absorbing, engrossing
absorbeo {v} :: I swallow down, devour
absorbeo {v} :: I absorb, submerge
absorbeo {v} [figuratively] :: I absorb, engross
absorptio {f} [Late Latin] :: a drink, beverage
absorpturus {v} :: about to absorb
absorptus {v} :: absorbed
absortus {adj} :: overwhelmed, engulfed
absortus {adj} :: overwhelming, engulfing
abspellendus {v} :: which is to be removed
abspellens {v} :: removing
abspello {v} :: alternative form of aspello
absportandus {v} :: which is to be removed
absportans {v} :: removing
absportaturus {v} :: about to remove
absportatus {v} :: removed
absporto {v} :: alternative form of asporto
abspulsurus {v} :: about to remove
abspulsus {v} :: removed
absque {prep} :: without
absque {prep} :: apart from
absque {prep} :: but for
abstans {v} :: standing off
abstantia {f} :: distance
abstemius {adj} :: abstaining from wine, abstemious; sober
abstemius {adj} :: temperate, abstinent, moderate
abstenturus {v} :: about to abstain
abstentus {v} :: kept off or away, held at a distance, avoided, having been held at a distance
abstergendus {v} :: which is to be wiped
abstergens {v} :: wiping
abstergeo {v} :: I wipe off or away; dry by wiping
abstergeo {v} [figuratively] :: I wipe away, drive away, banish, expel, dispel
absterrendus {v} :: which is to be driven away
absterrens {v} :: driving away
absterreo {v} :: I drive away, frighten away, deter, discourage
absterreo {v} [figuratively] :: I remove, take away, withdraw, withhold
absterriturus {v} :: about to drive away
absterritus {v} :: driven away
abstersurus {v} :: about to wipe
abstersus {v} :: wiped
abstinax {adj} :: abstinent, abstemious
abstinendus {v} :: which is to be abstained
abstinens {v} :: abstaining
abstinenter {adv} :: unselfishly
abstinenter {adv} [rare] :: modestly
abstinentia {f} :: abstinence, self-restraint
abstinentia {f} :: fasting
abstinentissime {adv} :: superlative of abstinenter
abstinentius {adv} :: comparative of abstinenter
abstineo {v} :: I abstain
abstineo {v} :: I keep, stay off or away, hold at a distance, avoid
abstineo {v} :: (with non) I allow (Example: Se ita dicere non abstinuit. "He allowed himself to speak so/in that way.")
absto {vi} [usually used with longe] :: I stand off or at a distance from, stand aloof
abstractio {f} [Late Latin] :: separation
abstractio {f} [Late Latin] :: abstraction
abstractissime {adv} :: superlative of abstractiter
abstractiter {adv} :: abstractly
abstractius {adv} :: comparative of abstractiter
abstracturus {v} :: about to draw away
abstractus {v} :: drawn away from, having been drawn away from
abstractus {v} :: alienated from, having been alienated from
abstractus {v} [figuratively] :: diverted from, having been diverted from
abstractus {v} [Medieval Latin, by extension] :: abstract (rather than concrete)
abstrahendus {v} :: which is to be withdrawn, etc
abstrahens {v} :: drawing away
abstraho {v} :: I draw away from, drag or pull away
abstraho {v} :: I withdraw, alienate from
abstraho {v} [figuratively] :: I divert, draw away
abstrudendus {v} :: which is to be concealed
abstrudens {v} :: concealing
abstrudo {vt} :: I push or thrust away; conceal, hide
abstrusio {f} :: removing, concealing
abstrusio {f} :: abstrusion
abstrusior {adj} :: more secret etc
abstrusior {adj} :: more abstruse
abstrusurus {v} :: about to conceal
abstrusus {v} :: hidden, concealed, having been concealed
abstrusus {adj} :: hidden, concealed
abstrusus {adj} :: secret
abstrusus {adj} :: remote, secluded
abstrusus {adj} :: abstruse, recondite
absum {v} :: I am away, I am absent, I am distant
absumedo {f} :: consumption, the act of spending or using up
absumendus {v} :: which is to be diminished
absumens {v} :: diminishing
absumo {v} :: I take away, diminish
absumo {v} [of things] :: I consume, annihilate
absumo {v} [of people] :: I ruin, corrupt
absumo {v} :: I kill
absumptio {f} :: consumption, the act of spending or using up
absumpturus {v} :: about to diminish
absumptus {v} :: diminished
absumptus {v} :: destroyed
absurde {adv} :: inharmoniously
absurde {adv} :: absurdly, irrationally
absurdissime {adv} :: superlative of absurde
absurditas {f} :: dissonance, incongruity, absurdity
absurdius {adv} :: comparative of absurde
absurdus {adj} :: discordant, harsh
absurdus {adj} :: incongruous, inconsistent
absurdus {adj} :: silly, stupid, worthless
absus {m} :: wad (of wool)
absynthites {m} :: alternative spelling of apsinthītēs
Absyra {prop} {f} :: A town of Africa mentioned by Pliny
Abudius {prop} {m} :: a Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name"
abundans {v} :: overflowing
abundans {v} :: abounding (in)
abundans {v} :: abundant, copious
abundanter {adv} :: abundantly, fully
abundantia {f} :: abundance
abundantior {adj} :: more abundant
abundantissime {adv} :: superlative of abundanter
abundantissimus {adj} :: most or very abundant etc
abundantius {adv} :: comparative of abundanter
Abundantius {prop} {m} :: given name. See Abundius
abundatio {f} :: An overflowing, abundance, overflow
abunde {adv} :: abundantly, amply
abundiflorus {adj} :: having copious-flowers
abundissime {adv} :: superlative of abunde
abundius {adv} :: comparative of abunde
abundo {v} :: I overflow, flow over or down
abundo {v} [figuratively] :: I abound or overflow in
abundo {v} [figuratively] :: I exceed (in)
abundus {adj} :: copious, abundant
Aburius {prop} {m} :: a Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name" famously held by:
Aburius {prop} {m} :: Marcus Aburius, a Roman tribune
abusio {f} [rhetoric] :: the loose or improper use of a word, catachresis
abusio {f} [in general] :: abuse, misuse
abusivus {adj} :: misused
abusor {m} :: he who misuses
abusurus {v} :: about to consume, waste, misuse
abusus {v} :: consumed, wasted, misused
abusus {m} :: consumption
abusus {m} :: wasting
abutendus {v} :: which is to be consumed
abutens {v} :: consuming, wasting, misusing
abutor {v} :: I use up, exhaust, consume (entirely)
abutor {v} :: I waste, squander
abutor {v} :: I misuse, abuse; use improperly
Abutuca {prop} {f} :: A town of Africa mentioned by Pliny
Abydus {f} :: One of the most important cities of Egypt
Abydus {f} :: A city of Mysia, situated opposite to Sestus
Abyla {prop} {f} :: A mountain of Mauritania situated near Tingis
abyssalis {adj} :: Of, pertaining to or resembling an abyss; abyssal, unfathomable
abyssicolus {adj} :: deep-sea-dwelling
abyssinicus {adj} :: Abyssinian
abyssus {f} [Late Latin] :: an abyss
ac- {prefix} :: alternative form of ad-
ac {conj} :: alternative form of atque
AC {initialism} :: ante Christum
AC {initialism} :: anno Christi
Acacesium {prop} {n} :: a town of Arcadia situated at the foot of a hill
acacia {f} :: the gum arabic tree (Vachellia nilotica, syn. Acacia nilotica)
acacia {f} :: the juice or gum of this plant
acaciifolius {adj} :: acacia-leafed
acaciiformis {adj} [New Latin] :: having the shape of an acacia
acacioides {adj} [New Latin] :: Of, pertaining to, or resembling an acacia
academia {f} :: academy, academe
academicus {adj} :: academic; of or pertaining to the Greek academy and Platonism, as opposed to Stoic
academicus {m} :: an academician, especially a philosopher of the Platonic school, as opposed to a Stoic
Acadia {prop} {f} [New Latin] :: Acadia
Acalandrus {prop} {m} :: a river of Lucania that flows into the Ionian Sea, now the river Cavone
acalephe {f} :: a nettle
acalyphaceus {adj} [New Latin] :: nettle-like
Acampsis {m} :: A river of Pontus mentioned by Arrian, now the Çoruh River
acanthicarpus {adj} [New Latin] :: having spiny seeds; acanthocarpous
acanthifolius {adj} :: acanthus-leaved; prickly-leaved
acanthillis {f} :: wild asparagus
acanthinus {adj} :: Resembling the plant bear's-foot / stinking hellebore (Helleborus foetidus)
Acanthio {prop} {m} :: given name, character in the play Mercator of Plautus
acanthius {adj} :: spiny, thorny
acanthocalyx {f} [rare, New Latin, taxonomy] :: (having a) spiny calyx
acanthocarpus {adj} :: having spiny fruit
acanthochiton {adj} [New Latin] :: having a spiny covering
acanthocladus {adj} [New Latin] :: having spiny branches
acanthocomus {adj} [New Latin] :: having spiny hairs or foliage
acanthodes {adj} [New Latin] :: spiny, thorny
acanthodontus {adj} [New Latin] :: having spiny teeth
acanthoides {adj} [New Latin] :: acanthus (attributive)
acanthonotus {adj} [New Latin] :: Having a spiny back
acanthophorus {adj} [New Latin] :: bearing spines or thorns; acanthophorous
acanthophyllus {adj} [New Latin] :: Having spiny leaves
acanthopodius {adj} :: having spiny feet
acanthopodius {adj} :: having spiny petioles
acanthus {m} :: A plant known as bear's-foot (Helleborus foetidus)
acanthus {m} :: A thorny evergreen tree
acanthyllis {f} :: A small songbird
acaricus {adj} [New Latin] :: free from rot
Acarnania {prop} {f} [geography] :: The most westerly province of Greece
Acascomarci {prop} {mp} :: A tribe of Pontus mentioned by Pliny
acatalepsia {f} :: scepticism, acatalepsy
acatium {n} :: a type of light Greek sailboat
acatus {f} :: a light vessel or boat
acaulescens {adj} [New Latin] :: Having almost no stem or stalk
acaulis {adj} [New Latin] :: Having no stem or stalk
acaustus {adj} :: incombustible
accadicus {adj} :: Akkadian
accanendus {v} :: which is to be sang
accanens {v} :: singing
accano {vi} :: I sing to or with any thing
accanturus {v} :: about to sing
accantus {v} :: sang
accapitans {v} :: paying homage
accapito {vi} [Medieval Latin] :: I pay homage or relief (to)
accedendus {v} :: which is to be approached
accedens {v} :: approaching
accedens {v} :: advancing
accedenter {adv} :: nearly
accedo {v} :: I go or come toward, approach, reach
accedo {v} :: I advance, attack
accedo {v} :: I am added, join
accedo {v} :: I give assent to, accede or assent to, agree with, approve of
accedo {v} :: I come near to or approach in resemblance; I am like, resemble
accedo {v} :: I enter upon, undertake
accelerandus {v} :: which is to be quickened
accelerans {v} :: quickening
acceleratio {f} :: a hastening
acceleratio {f} [physics] :: acceleration
acceleratorium {n} [physics] :: accelerator
acceleratrix {adj} [physics] :: accelerative
acceleraturus {v} :: about to quicken
acceleratus {v} :: quickened, hastened, accelerated, having been accelerated
accelero {vt} :: I quicken, hasten, accelerate
accelero {vi} :: I am quick, make haste, hasten
accendendus {v} :: which is to be kindled, lit
accendendus {v} :: which is to be inflamed, aroused
accendens {v} :: lighting or kindling a fire
accendens {v} :: inflaming or arousing
accendium {n} :: a kindling, a setting on fire
accendo {v} :: I kindle or light (a fire)
accendo {v} :: I inflame or arouse
accensendus {v} :: which is to be reckoned
accensens {v} :: reckoning
accenseo {v} :: I reckon to or among, add to
accensibilis {adj} :: burnable
accensibilis {adj} :: burning
accensurus {v} :: about to kindle
accensus {v} :: lit, kindled (fire)
accensus {v} :: inflamed, aroused
accentor {m} :: one who sings with another
accentus {m} :: a blast, signal
accentus {m} [phonology] :: accent, tone, accentuation
accentus {m} [figuratively] :: intensity, violence
accentus acutus {m} [orthography and phonology] :: acute accent
accentus circumflexus {m} [orthography and phonology] :: circumflex accent
accentus gravis {m} [orthography and phonology] :: grave accent
accepta {f} :: a portion of land granted by the state
acceptabilis {adj} [Late Latin] :: acceptable
acceptandus {v} :: which is to be accepted
acceptans {v} :: accepting
acceptator {m} :: one who accepts or approves of, acceptor
acceptator {m} :: an avenue, access or passage for admittance of people
acceptaturus {v} :: about to accept
acceptatus {v} :: accepted
acceptilatio {f} :: a formal discharging from a debt
acceptio {f} :: acceptance
acceptio {f} :: esteem
acceptior {adj} :: more welcome, agreeable, acceptable
acceptissimus {adj} :: most or very welcome etc
accepto {v} :: I take, receive, accept (regularly)
accepto {v} :: I submit to
accepto {v} :: I understand, comprehend
acceptrix {f} :: receiver (female)
accepturus {v} :: about to receive, about to accept
accepturus {v} :: about to hear (of), about to learn (of)
acceptus {v} :: received, accepted; welcome, agreeable, acceptable, credited; having been accepted
accersendus {v} :: alternative form of arcessendus
accersens {v} :: alternative form of arcessens
accersiens {v} :: alternative form of arcessens
accersio {v} :: alternative form of arcesso
accersiturus {v} :: alternative form of arcessiturus
accersitus {v} :: alternative form of arcessitus
accerso {v} :: alternative form of arcesso ("I summon")
accessibilis {adj} :: approachable
accessibilis {adj} :: accessible
accessio {f} :: approach
accessio {f} :: onset
accessio {f} :: increase, addition
accessitans {v} :: approaching
accessito {vi} :: I approach repeatedly
accessorius {adj} [Medieval Latin] :: accessory, supplementary
accessorius {adj} [Medieval Latin, substantive] :: accessory
accessurus {v} :: About to approach or reach
accessus {v} :: approached, reached
accessus {v} :: advanced, attacked
accessus {m} :: approach, arrival
accessus {m} :: entry, admittance, audience
accessus {m} :: onset
Acci {prop} {mp} :: An inland city of Hispania Tarraconensis
accidendus {v} :: which is to begin to be cut into, which is to begin to be cut through, which is to be felled, which is to be cut down
accidendus {v} :: which is to be used up, which is to be consumed, which is to be diminished
accidendus {v} :: which is to be impaired, which is to be weakened, which is to be shattered
accidens {v} :: falling down, upon, at or near, descending
accidens {v} :: happening (to), taking place, occurring, befalling
accidens {n} :: accident, circumstance (chance event)
accidens {v} :: using up, consuming, diminishing
accidens {v} :: impairing, weakening, shattering
accidentia {f} :: casual event, chance, happenstance
accidentum {n} [Medieval Latin] :: synonym of accidentia
accidia {f} :: alternative form of acedia
accido {vt} :: I fall down, upon, at or near; descend
accido {vi} :: I happen (to), take place, occur, befall
accido {v} :: I begin to cut or cut into or through; fell, cut down
accido {v} :: I use up, consume, diminish
accido {v} :: I impair, weaken, shatter
acciendus {v} :: which is to be summoned
acciens {v} :: summoning
accieo {v} :: alternative form of accio
accincturus {v} :: about to equip
accinctus {v} :: girded on or about
accinctus {v} :: equipped, provided (with)
accinctus {v} :: prepared (for)
accinens {v} :: singing
accingendus {v} :: which is to be equipped or provided (with)
accingendus {v} :: which is to be prepared (for)
accingens {v} :: girding on or about
accingens {v} :: equipping, providing (with)
accingens {v} :: preparing (for)
accingo {v} :: I gird on or about
accingo {v} :: I equip or provide (with)
accingo {v} :: I prepare (for)
accino {v} :: I sing to
accio {v} :: I summon, call for, fetch
accio {v} [with mortem] :: I summon death, I kill myself, commit suicide
accipiendus {v} :: which is to be received, which is to be accepted
accipiendus {v} :: which is to be heard (of), which is to be learned (of)
accipiens {v} :: receiving, accepting
accipiens {v} :: hearing (of), learning (of)
accipio {v} :: I receive, accept
accipio {v} :: I hear (of), learn (of)
accipiter {m} :: hawk, merlin
accipiter {m} :: a rapacious man
accipitrans {v} :: lacerating
accipitrina {f} :: The action of a hawk; rapacity; robbery
accipitrina {f} :: hawkweed
accipitro {v} :: I tear, rend, lacerate
Accisi {prop} {mp} :: A tribe of Sarmatia mentioned by Pliny
accisurus {v} :: about to begin to cut into, about to begin to cut through, about to fell, about to cut down
accisurus {v} :: about to use up, about to consume, about to diminish
accisurus {v} :: about to impair, about to weaken, about to shatter
accisus {v} :: having begun to be cut into, having begun to be cut through, felled, having been felled, cut down, having been cut down
accisus {v} :: used up, having been used up, consumed, having been consumed, diminished, having been diminished
accisus {v} :: impaired, having been impaired, weakened, having been weakened, shattered, having been shattered
acciturus {v} :: about to summon
accitus {v} :: summoned, fetched
Accius {prop} {m} :: a Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name" famously held by:
Accius {prop} {m} :: Lucius Accius, a Roman poet
acclamandus {v} :: which is to be exclaimed
acclamans {v} :: shouting, exclaiming
acclamans {v} :: protesting
acclamatio {f} :: acclamation
acclamaturus {v} :: about to exclaim
acclamatus {v} :: exclaimed
acclamo {v} [with dative or accusative] :: I raise a cry at, shout at, exclaim
acclamo {vi} [by extension] :: I disapprove or blame by shouting; protest
acclamo {vi} :: I approve with loud cries, shout applause or approval, applaud, huzzah
acclarandus {v} :: which is to be revealed
acclarans {v} :: revealing
acclaraturus {v} :: about to reveal
acclaratus {v} :: revealed
acclaro {vt} :: I make clear, known, or evident, show, reveal
acclinandus {v} :: which is to be inclined
acclinans {v} :: inclining
acclinaturus {v} :: about to incline
acclinatus {v} :: inclined
acclinis {adj} [usually with dative] :: leaning or resting on or against something, inclined to or toward, sloping
acclinis {adj} [figuratively] :: having an inclination to, disposed or inclined to
acclino {v} [usually with dative] :: I lean or rest on or against something
acclino {v} [figuratively, reflexive with se] :: I incline to something, lean towards
acclivis {adj} :: rising, ascending
acclivis {adj} :: sloping (upward)
acclivis {adj} :: steep (hill)
acclivitas {f} :: slope, ascent
acclivitas {f} :: steepness
accola {mf} :: one who lives near a place; a neighbor
Accoleius {prop} {m} :: a Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name"
accolo {v} :: I dwell by or near
accolo {v} :: I am neighbor to
accommodandus {v} :: Which is to be fitted, adapted or accommodated
accommodans {v} :: fitting, adapting
accommodans {v} :: adjusting, accommodating
accommodate {adv} :: suitably
accommodatio {f} :: adjustment, complaisance
accommodatio {f} :: adapting, adaptation
accommodatior {adj} :: More fit, suitable or appropriate
accommodatissime {adv} :: superlative of accommodāte
accommodatissimus {adj} :: most or very fit, suitable or appropriate
accommodaturus {v} :: about to accommodate
accommodatus {adj} :: fit, suitable, appropriate
accommodo {v} :: I fit or adapt something to something else, lay, put or hang on, attach; prepare [for a use], provide
accommodo {v} :: I adjust, adapt or accommodate to; bring someone or something to something, apply
accommodo {v} [with reflexive] :: I support, conform to, comply or side with
acconcilio {v} :: to advise, suggest, recommend, counsel
accorporandus {v} :: which is to be incorporated
accorporans {v} :: incorporating
accorporaturus {v} :: about to incorporat
accorporatus {v} :: incorporated
accorporo {v} [Late Latin] :: I fit or join to, incorporate
accrescendus {v} :: which is to be increased
accrescens {v} :: growing, increasing
accresco {v} :: I grow
accresco {v} :: I increase
accretio {f} :: increment
accreturus {v} :: about to increase
accretus {v} :: grown up, having been grown up
accretus {v} :: increased, having been increased
Accua {prop} {f} :: A small town of Apulia mentioned only by Livy
accubans {v} :: reclining
accubitalia {f} :: The coverings spread over the dining-couches
accubitandus {v} :: which is to be reclined
accubitans {v} :: reclining
accubitatio {f} :: a reclining (at meals)
accubitaturus {v} :: about to recline
accubitatus {v} :: reclined
accubitio {f} [especially at meals] :: the act of lying or reclining
accubitio {f} :: a couch
accubito {v} :: I recline at a table (in the Roman manner)
accubiturus {v} :: about to recline
accubitus {m} :: The act of reclining at table
accubo {v} :: I lie or recline by, with, on or near something; relax
accubo {vi} [by extension] :: I recline at a table
accumbendus {v} :: which is to be reclined
accumbens {v} :: lying down, resting (on); reclining at a table
accumbo {vi} :: I recline (at a table) or lie (on a bed)
accumbo {vt} :: I take my place (at a table)
accumulandus {v} :: which is to be accumulated
accumulans {v} :: accumulating, amassing
accumulate {adv} :: abundantly, copiously
accumulatio {f} :: The act of heaping up
accumulatissime {adv} :: superlative of accumulāte
accumulatius {adv} :: comparative of accumulāte
accumulaturus {v} :: about to accumulate
accumulatus {v} :: heaped or piled up, accumulated, amassed, having been accumulated
accumulatus {v} :: trenched up, covered, having been trenched up
accumulatus {v} [figuratively] :: added, increased, enhanced, augmented; exaggerated; having been augmented
accumulo {v} :: I add to a heap, heap or pile up, accumulate, load, amass
accumulo {v} :: I heap up earth over or around the roots of plants, trench up, cover
accumulo {v} [figuratively] :: I heap, add, increase, enhance, augment, multiply, accumulate; exaggerate
accurandus {v} :: which is to be took care
accurans {v} :: taking care
accurate {adv} :: carefully, precisely, exactly
accuratior {adj} :: more careful
accuratior {adj} :: more accurate or exact
accuratissime {adv} :: superlative of accūrāte
accuratius {adv} :: more carefully, precisely or exactly; comparative of accūrātē
accuraturus {v} :: about to take care
accuratus {v} :: taken care of, prepared with care, having been taken care of
accuratus {v} [by extension] :: careful, accurate, exact
accuratus {v} [by extension] :: studied
accuro {v} :: I take care of, do something with care, attend or give attention to
accurrendus {v} :: which is to be hastened
accurrens {v} :: running, hastening
accurrens {v} :: charging, rushing
accurro {v} :: I run or hasten (to help)
accurro {v} :: I charge or rush (to attack)
accursurus {v} :: about to hasten
accursus {v} :: hastened
accusabilis {adj} :: accusable, blameworthy, reprehensible
accusandus {v} :: which is to be blamed
accusandus {v} :: which is to be accused etc
accusans {v} :: blaming
accusans {v} :: accusing
accusans {noun} :: accusant
accusatio {f} :: An accusation, indictment, complaint
accusatio {f} :: A rebuke, reproof, reproach
accusativus {adj} [grammar] :: accusative
accusativus {m} [uncountable] :: the accusative case
accusativus cognatus {m} [grammar] :: cognate accusative (object of kindred sense or derivation)
accusator {m} :: accuser, plaintiff
accusator {m} :: denouncer, informer
accusatorie {adv} :: In the manner of an accuser
accusatorius {adj} :: Of or pertaining to an accuser; accusatory
accusatrix {f} :: a female accuser, accusatrix
accusaturus {v} :: about to blame
accusatus {v} :: blamed, reproached, having been found fault with
accusatus {v} [legal] :: indicted, accused, arraigned, having been charged with a crime
accusitandus {v} :: which is to be accused
accusitans {v} :: accusing
accusitaturus {v} :: about to accuse
accusitatus {v} :: accused
accusito {v} :: I accuse often or repeatedly, persist in accusing
accuso {v} :: I blame, reproach, make a complaint against, find fault with
accuso {v} [legal] :: I indict, accuse, arraign, charge with a crime
accussandus {v} :: alternative form of accusandus
accussans {v} :: alternative form of accusans
accussaturus {v} :: alternative form of accusaturus
accussatus {v} :: alternative form of accusatus
accusso {v} :: alternative form of accuso
acedia {f} :: sloth, torpor
acediaturus {v} :: to be about to be morose or peevish
acedior {v} :: I am morose or peevish
Acelum {prop} {n} :: a town of the interior of Venetia, now Asolo
aceo {v} [of wine] :: I am sour
aceo {v} [figuratively, Late Latin] :: I am disagreeable
acephalus {adj} :: Without a head, chief or leader
acephalus {adj} :: Of a hexameter which begins with a short syllable
acephalus {adj} :: An Acephalite or Paulician, a member of an early Christian gnostic heresy
acer {adj} :: sharp, sour, bitter
acer {adj} :: keen, sagacious
acer {n} :: maple tree
aceratoides {adj} [New Latin] :: resembling the man orchids (of the genus Aceras)
aceratus {adj} :: hornless
aceratus {adj} :: having bran mixed into it
acerbandus {v} :: which is to be exacerbated
acerbans {v} :: exacerbating
acerbaturus {v} :: about to exacerbate
acerbatus {v} :: made harsh or bitter, embittered, having been made bitter
acerbatus {v} :: aggravated, made worse, exacerbated, having been made worse
acerbe {adv} :: stridently
acerbe {adv} :: cruelly, harshly
acerbe {adv} :: severely
acerbior {adj} :: harsher
acerbior {adj} :: rougher
acerbissime {adv} :: superlative of acerbe
acerbissimus {adj} :: most or very harsh etc
acerbissimus {adj} :: most or very rough etc
acerbitas {f} :: sourness of taste, with bitterness and astringency, like that of unripe fruit
acerbitas {f} :: (figuratively) harshness, severity
acerbitas {f} :: (figuratively) sorrow
acerbitudo {f} :: bitterness, harshness
acerbius {adv} :: more stridently etc.; comparative of acerbē
acerbo {vt} :: I make harsh or bitter, embitter
acerbo {vt} :: I augment or aggravate something disagreeable, make worse, exacerbate
acerbus {adj} [of taste] :: harsh, bitter, unripe
acerbus {adj} [of a person] :: rough, violent, severe, grievous
acerbus {adj} :: oppressive
aceriflorus {adj} :: having flowers resembling those of the maple
acerifolius {adj} :: maple-leafed
acerinus {adj} :: maple (attributive)
aceriphyllus {adj} :: maple-leafed
acernia {f} :: An unknown fish (maybe the grouper)
acernus {adj} :: made of maple
acerosus {adj} :: full of chaff, mixed with chaff, having husks included, chaffy
acerra {f} :: A small box in which was kept the incense used in sacrifices
Acerrae {prop} {fp} :: A city in the interior of Campania, now Acerra
acerrime {adv} :: superlative of ācriter
acerrimus {adj} :: sharpest; bitterest
Acerronius {prop} {m} :: a Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name" famously held by:
Acerronius {prop} {m} :: Gnaeus Acerronius Proculus, a Roman consul
acerus {adj} :: without wax (of free-flowing honey)
acervalis {adj} :: accumulated or heaped up
acervandus {v} :: which is to be heaped
acervans {v} :: heaping
acervatim {adv} :: in heaps
acervatim {adv} [figuratively] :: briefly, concisely
acervatio {f} :: The act of heaping or piling up, accumulation
acervaturus {v} :: about to heap
acervatus {v} :: heaped
acervo {v} :: I form a heap, heap or pile up, amass
acervo {v} [figuratively] :: I accumulate, multiply
acervus {m} :: mass, heap, pile, stack
acervus {m} :: treasure
acervus {m} :: cluster
acescens {v} :: souring
acesco {v} :: I become sour, I turn sour
Acesinus {prop} {m} :: a river of Sarmatia mentioned by Pliny
acetabularis {adj} :: cup-shaped
acetabuliformis {adj} :: concave, depressed
acetabulosus {adj} :: cup-shaped
acetabulum {n} :: A shallow cup for vinegar; acetabulum
acetabulum {n} :: Any cup-shaped vessel
acetabulum {n} [anatomy] :: The socket of the hipbone
acetabulum {n} [botany] :: The cup of a flower
acetobutylicum {adj} [New Latin] :: That produces acetone and butanol
acetosella {f} :: sorrel
acetosus {adj} :: sorrel (attributive)
acetoxidans {adj} :: That oxidizes acetate
acetum {n} :: vinegar
acetum {n} [figuratively] :: wit, shrewdness
aceturus {v} :: about to sour
-aceus {suffix} :: -aceous; resembling, having the nature of, forming, belonging to
achaemenis {f} :: a plant alleged to have magical properties
Achaia {prop} {f} :: Achaea (northern part of the Peloponnese)
Achaia {prop} {f} :: Achaea (Roman province encompassing all of Greece)
acharis {adj} :: unpleasant
acharis {adj} :: ungrateful
achariter {adv} :: unpleasantly
achariter {adv} :: ungratefully
Acharnae {prop} {fp} :: one of the principal towns of Attica, situated near Mount Parnes
acharne {f} :: A kind of marine fish
achates {m} :: agate
Achates {prop} {m} :: A river of Sicily, known as the place where agates were found, now the river Dirillo
achatinus {adj} :: agate (attributive)
Achelous {prop} {m} :: A river of Greece forming the boundary between Acarnania and Aetolia
Acheron {prop} {m} :: Acheron, a river in the underworld
Acheron {prop} {m} :: The underworld
acheronensis {adj} :: related to Acheron
acheronensis {adj} :: underworldly
acheronteus {adj} :: related to Acheron
acheronteus {adj} :: underworldly
Acheruns {prop} {m} :: The river Acheron
Acheruns {prop} {m} :: The underworld
acherunticus {adj} :: related to Acheruns (alternative Latin spelling of "Acheron")
acherunticus {adj} :: underworldly
acheta {m} :: male cicada
achilleifolius {adj} :: yarrow-leafed
achilleos {m} :: milfoil, yarrow (or similar medicinal herb of the genus Achillea)
Achilles {prop} {m} [Greek mythology] :: Achilles
Achillinus {prop} {m} :: surname
Achillinus {prop} {m} :: Alexander Achillinus (1463–1512), Italian philosopher and physician
Achillinus {prop} {m} :: Joannes Philotheus Achillinus (1466–1538), Italian philosopher
Achillinus {prop} {m} :: Claudius Achillinus (1574–1640), Italian philosopher, theologian, mathematician, poet, and jurist
Acholla {prop} {f} :: A maritim town of Africa situated near Thapsus
achor {m} :: The scab or scald on the head
a. Chr. n. {abbr} :: AC (A.C., A. C.; ante Christum), BC (B.C.; before Christ)
achromia {noun} :: Absence of pigmentation
achromians {adj} [New Latin] :: Lacking normal colour; colourless
acia {f} :: thread, yarn
aciarium {n} [Late Latin] :: steel
acicula {f} :: a hairpin or hatpin
acicularifolius {adj} :: sharp-leafed
acicularis {adj} [New Latin] :: slender, as a needle; bristly; acicular
aciculatus {adj} [New Latin] :: aciculate
aciculifer {adj} [New Latin] :: That bears needles
aciculinus {adj} :: needle-like
Acidinus {prop} {m} :: A Roman cognomen — famously held by:
Acidinus {prop} {m} :: Lucius Manlius Acidinus, a Roman praetor
acidissimus {adj} :: sourest, very sour
aciditas {f} :: sourness, acidity
acidocaldarius {adj} [New Latin] :: A species epithet for organisms that live in hot, acidic water
acidominimus {adj} [New Latin] :: That produces the minimum amount of acid
acidophilus {adj} [New Latin] :: Acid-loving
acidovorans {adj} [New Latin] :: That devours acid
acidulus {adj} :: somewhat sour, sourish, acidulous
acidus {adj} :: sour, tart, acid, bitter
acidus {adj} [of sound] :: harsh, grating, rough, shrill
acidus {adj} [figuratively] :: disagreeable, unpleasant; sharp, keen, pungent; sharp-tongued
acies {f} :: sharp edge or point
acies {f} :: battle line
acies {f} :: battle, engagement
acies {f} [Late Latin] :: steel
Acilianus {adj} :: of or pertaining to Acīlius
Acilius {adj} :: of or pertaining to the gens Acilia, Acilian
Acilius {prop} {m} :: The name of a Roman gens, famously held by:
Acilius {prop} {m} :: Gaius Acilius (a Roman historian and senator)
Acimincum {prop} {n} :: a town of Pannonia
acinaces {prop} {m} :: acinaces
acinaceus {adj} :: scimitar-shaped
acinacifolius {adj} :: having scimitar-shaped leaves
acinaciformis {adj} [New Latin] :: having the form of a scimitar
Acinasis {m} :: A river of Pontus mentioned by Arrian
acinifolius {adj} :: basil-thyme-leafed
Acinippo {prop} {m} :: A town in Hispania Baetica
acinosus {adj} :: like or similar to grapes
acinus {m} :: a berry, especially the grape
acinus {m} :: the seed of a berry
acipenser {m} :: a fish highly esteemed by the Romans, perhaps the sturgeon
Aciris {m} :: A river of Lucania that flows into the Ionian Sea near the city of Heraclea, now the river Agri
Acis {prop} {m} :: A river on the eastern coast of Sicily
aclys {f} :: a small javelin attached to a strap
acmodontus {adj} :: sharp-toothed
Acmonia {prop} {f} :: A city of Phrygia situated on the road from Dorylaeum to Philadelphia
acnua {f} :: A measure or piece of land, 120 feet square
Acoetes {prop} {m} [mythology] :: One of several mythological characters
Acoetes {prop} {m} :: An attendant of Bacchus
Acoetes {prop} {m} :: The father of Laocoön
Acoetes {prop} {m} :: A Theban character in Statius’s Thebaid
Acœtes {prop} {m} :: alternative typography of Acoetēs
acoetis {f} :: a wife
acollis {adj} [New Latin] :: Lacking a neck or throat (or specifically, a cervix)
acona {f} :: whetstone, hone
aconitifolius {adj} :: aconite-leafed
aconitum {n} :: Any of the poisonous plants of the genus Aconitum; wolfsbane, monkshood, aconite
aconitum {n} :: A poison made from the poisonous plants of the genus Aconitum
aconitus {adj} :: Of or pertaining to monkshood or wolfsbane
Acontius {prop} {m} :: A mountain of Boeotia
acontizo {vi} :: I shoot a dart
acontizo {vi} [of blood] :: I spout or gush forth
acopos {m} :: A stone (thought to be quartz or spar) supposed to ease fatigue
acor {m} :: sourness (sour taste)
Acoris {prop} {f} :: A town of Egypt on the east bank of the Nile
acornis {adj} :: having no horn
acoroides {adj} [New Latin] :: resembling sweet flag (of order Acorales)
acoros {f} [botany] :: alternative form of acorus
acorum {n} [botany] :: alternative form of acorus
acorus {f} :: an aromatic plant, perhaps sweet flag or calamus
acquiescendus {v} :: which is to be acquiesced etc
acquiescens {v} :: reposing, resting (hence dying)
acquiescens {v} :: acquiescing
acquiesco {v} :: I repose, rest
acquiesco {v} [euphemistic] :: I die, rest in death
acquiesco {v} :: I find comfort or pleasure (in); rejoice (in); occupy myself (in/with)
acquiesco {v} :: I am satisfied (with), acquiesce (in)
acquieturus {v} :: about to repose
acquirendus {v} :: which is to be acquired or obtained
acquirens {v} :: acquiring
acquiro {v} :: I acquire or obtain
acquiro {v} :: I accrue
acquisitio {f} :: acquisition
acquisiturus {v} :: about to acquire
acquisitus {v} :: acquired
Acrae {prop} {fp} :: A city of the interior of Sicily and colony of Syracusae, now Palazzolo Acreide
Acraephia {prop} {f} :: a town of Boeotia, situated on the eastern bank of the lake Copais
acraeus {adj} [New Latin] :: that lives on high (at high latitude)
acranthus {adj} [New Latin] :: Having flowers at the apices
acredula {f} :: A kind of bird, perhaps the thrush or the owl
acridens {adj} :: Having sharp teeth or tusks
acridentatus {adj} :: sharp toothed
acridium {n} :: scammony
Acrillae {prop} {fp} :: A town of Sicily, situated on the road from Agrigentum to Syracuse
acrimonia {f} [of taste] :: sharpness, pungency
acrimonia {f} [of character] :: acrimony, austerity
acrimoniosus {adj} :: acrimonious
acrior {adj} :: sharper or more bitter
acrisepalus {adj} :: having sharp sepals
Acrisius {prop} {m} [Greek mythology] :: The mythical king of Argos
acrissime {adv} :: superlative of ācriter
acrissimus {adj} :: sharpest, very sharp, etc
acritas {f} :: sharpness, pungency
acritas {f} :: liveliness, vivacity
Acritas {prop} {m} [geography] :: The most southerly promontory of Messenia
acriter {adv} :: sharply, strongly, vehemently, zealously
acritudo {f} :: sharpness, pungency
acritudo {f} :: liveliness, vivacity
acro {m} :: The extremity of a thing
acro {m} :: The stem of a plant
acroama {n} :: Anything heard, especially anything heard for entertainment, such as a play or musical piece
acroama {n} :: performer, such as an actor or musician
acroanthus {adj} [New Latin] :: Having flowers at the tip
acroasis {f} :: A public lecture
acrobracteatus {adj} [New Latin] :: Having bracts at the tip
acrocarpus {adj} :: having seeds or fruit at the tip
Acroceraunia {np} :: A coastal mountain range located in southwestern Albania
acroconus {adj} [New Latin] :: Having terminal cones
acrocorium {n} :: a kind of onion
acrocyaneus {adj} [New Latin] :: blue at the tip
acrodontus {adj} [New Latin] :: Having teeth at the tip; acrodont
acroglossus {adj} [New Latin] :: Having tongues at the tip
acrolasius {adj} [New Latin] :: hairy at the tip
acrolepis {adj} :: having sharp scales
acroleucus {adj} [New Latin] :: white at the tip
acronematicus {adj} [New Latin] :: acronematic
acrophaeus {adj} [New Latin] :: grey at the tips
Acropolistis {prop} {m} :: given name, character in the play Epidicus of Plautus
acroscopicus {adj} [New Latin] :: acroscopic
acrostichoides {adj} [New Latin] :: resembling a leather fern (of genus Acrostichum)
acrotrichus {adj} [New Latin] :: Having hairy tips
acrozymus {adj} :: slightly leavened
acrufolius {adj} :: alternative form of aquifolius
acta {n} :: acts, transactions, or proceedings (e.g., of an organization, in an academic field, of an office holder)
acta {n} :: journal; register of public events
acta {f} :: seashore, beach
acta {f} [figuratively, plural only] :: holiday
actaea {f} :: baneberry
actaeifolius {adj} :: baneberry-leafed
acta est fabula, plaudite! {phrase} :: The End. [commonly said at the end of Roman plays.]
acte {f} :: a danewort, dwarf-elder
Acte {prop} {f} :: The easternmost peninsula of Chalcidice
actinacanthus {adj} :: having radiating spines or thorns
actinium {n} :: actinium
actinocarpus {adj} :: Having fruits with rays
actinopetalus {adj} [New Latin] :: having radiating petals
actinophyllus {adj} :: having radiating leaves
actio {f} :: action; a doing or performing, behavior
actio {f} :: public function, civil act
actio {f} [legal] :: suit, process, action
actio {f} :: gesticulation made while speaking
actio {f} [drama] :: the action, plot, series of events
actitandus {v} :: which is to be employed
actitans {v} :: employing
actitaturus {v} :: about to employ
actitatus {v} :: employed
actito {v} :: I act or am employed in often or much
actito {v} :: I do something often or repeatedly
Actium {prop} {n} :: Actium (town in Epirus and site of a famous naval battle)
active {adv} [grammar] :: actively
activitas {f} [Medieval Latin] :: activity, movement, action
activus {adj} :: active
activus {adj} :: practical
activus {adj} [grammar] :: active (of a verb)
actor {m} :: doer
actor {m} :: actor [person who performs in a theatrical play or movie]
actor {m} [legal] :: prosecutor, plaintiff, advocate, orator
Actorius {prop} {m} :: a Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name" famously held by:
Actorius {prop} {m} :: Marcus Actorius Naso, a Roman writer
actrix {f} :: doer (female)
actrix {f} :: actrice, actor (female) [person who performs in a theatrical play or movie]
actrix {f} :: plaintiff (female)
actrix {f} :: stewardess, (steward) (male)
actualis {adj} [Late Latin] :: active, practical
actuandus {v} :: which is to be actuated, activated or implemented
actuans {v} :: actuating
actuariolum {n} [nautical] :: A small, fast rowing boat
actuarius {adj} :: swift, agile, nimble
actuaturus {v} :: about to actuate
actuatus {v} :: actuated
actuo {vt} :: I actuate, activate, implement
actuose {adv} :: in a lively manner, with activity, lively, energetically
actuositas {f} :: activity, action
actuosus {adj} :: active, busy, energetic
acturus {v} :: about to do, about to act, about to make
actus {v} :: made, done, having been done
actus {m} :: act, action, doing, deed
actus {m} :: performance, behavior
actus {m} :: a cattle drive, the act of driving cattle or a cart
actus {m} :: a cattle path or narrow cart track
actus {m} [historical units of measure] :: An actus: a former Roman unit of length equal to 120 Roman feet (about 35½ m)
actus {m} [historical units of measure] :: An actus: a former Roman unit of area equivalent to a square with sides of 1 actus (aboutha)
actutum {adv} :: immediately, instantly
acuarius {m} :: maker or seller of needles, pins
acuendus {v} :: which is to be sharpened
acuens {v} :: sharpening
acula {f} :: a small needle
acula {noun} :: banishment, exile
acula {noun} :: chervil (herb)
acula {f} :: alternative spelling of aquola
aculeaticarpus {adj} :: having prickly seeds or fruit
aculeatiflorus {adj} :: having prickly-flowers
aculeatissimus {adj} :: most or very prickly
aculeatus {adj} :: prickly
aculeatus {adj} :: barbed
aculeatus {adj} :: subtle
aculeolatus {adj} [New Latin] :: having little needles
aculeolus {m} :: a little needle
aculeus {m} :: sting, spine, thorn
aculos {f} :: An acorn
acumen {n} :: a sharpened point
acuminandus {v} :: which is to be sharpened
acuminans {v} :: sharpening
acuminatifolius {adj} :: Having leaves that taper to a point
acuminatissimus {adj} :: sharpest; very sharp
acuminaturus {v} :: about to sharpen
acuminatus {v} :: pointed, sharpened; tapering to a point
acumino {v} :: I make pointed or sharp, sharpen
acuminosus {adj} :: acuminose
acuo {v} :: I make pointed, sharpen, whet
acuo {v} :: I exercise, practice, improve
acuo {v} :: I spur, stimulate, arouse
acuo {v} [grammar] :: I put an acute accent on
acupedius {adj} :: swift of foot, rapid
acu pingo {v} :: I embroider
acus {f} :: a needle, a pin
acus {f} :: bodkin
acus {n} :: bran
acutalis {adj} :: pointed, acute
acutangulus {adj} :: acutangular
acutatus {adj} :: sharpened
acuticarpus {adj} :: having sharp seeds
acutidens {adj} :: Having sharp teeth
acutidentatus {adj} :: Having pointed teeth
acutiflorus {adj} :: having sharp-flowers
acutifolius {adj} :: sharp-leafed
acutiformis {adj} :: having a sharp / pointed form
acutiglumis {adj} [New Latin] :: Having pointed glumes / husks
acutiglumus {adj} [New Latin] :: Having pointed glumes / husks
acutilobus {adj} :: Having pointed stems
acutior {adj} :: sharper
acutipennis {adj} :: having a sharp wing or fin, or sharp feathers
acutipetalus {adj} [New Latin] :: having sharp pointed petals
acutirostris {adj} :: having a sharp beak
acutisepalus {adj} :: having sharp pointed sepals
acutisquamatus {adj} [New Latin] :: Having pointed scales
acutisquamosus {adj} [New Latin] :: Covered with pointed scales
acutissimus {adj} :: highly sharpened
Acutius {prop} {m} :: a Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name" famously held by:
Acutius {prop} {m} :: Marcus Acutius, a Roman tribune
acutivalvis {adj} [New Latin] :: Having pointed valves
acuturus {v} :: about to sharpen
acutus {v} :: sharpened, made sharp, sharp, having been sharpened
acutus accentus {m} :: alternative form of accentus acūtus
a.d. {initialism} :: clipping of ante diem: day before
ad- {prefix} :: to
ad {prep} [direction] :: toward, to, on, up to, for
A.D. {initialism} :: clipping of anno Domini: in the year of the Lord, used in providing years according to the Dionysian Era
A.D. {initialism} :: alternative form of a.d.: day before, used in providing dates according to the Roman calendar
adacturus {v} :: about to drive
adactus {v} :: driven
adactus {v} :: hurled
Adada {prop} {f} :: A town of Pisidia of uncertain site
adaequandus {v} :: which is to be equalized
adaequans {v} :: equalizing
adaequatio {f} :: equalizing, adjusting, adapting
adaequaturus {v} :: about to equalize
adaequatus {adj} :: equal
adaequatus {adj} :: adequate
adaeque {adv} :: equally (to the same extent)
adaeque {adv} :: also, likewise
adaequo {v} [usually with cum] :: I make equal to, equalize, level with
adaequo {v} :: I attain to, reach by equalling
adaequo {v} [figuratively] :: I compare to or with
adaerandus {v} :: which is to be appraised
adaerans {v} :: appraising
adaeraturus {v} :: about to appraise
adaeratus {v} :: appraised
adaero {v} :: I estimate by money, rate, appraise, value, calculate
adaestuans {v} :: swelling
adaestuo {vi} :: I swell, rush or roar (as if boiling up)
adaggerandus {v} :: which is to be heaped up
adaggerans {v} :: heaping up
adaggeraturus {v} :: about to heap up
adaggeratus {v} :: heaped up
adaggero {v} :: I heap up; add to
adagio {f} :: alternative form of adagium
adagium {n} :: proverb, adage
adalligandus {v} :: which is to be attached
adalligans {v} :: attaching
adalligaturus {v} :: about to attach
adalligatus {v} :: attached
adalligo {vt} :: I bind, fasten or attach to
Adam {prop} {m} :: Adam (Biblical character)
adamandus {v} :: which is to be covetted
adamans {v} :: coveting
adamantinus {adj} :: adamantine (all senses)
adamantinus {adj} :: incorruptible, impregnable
adamantinus {adj} :: inflexible
adamas {m} :: Adamant; the hardest steel or iron; diamond; an object made of adamant
adamas {m} :: Anything which is inflexible, firm or lasting
adamas {m} [figuratively, of one's character] :: Hard, unyielding, inexorable
adamaturus {v} :: about to covet
adamatus {v} :: covetted
adambulans {v} :: walking about
adambulo {v} [before or after ad or with dative] :: I walk about, at, before, beside or near something
adamicus {adj} :: Adamic
adamicus {adj} :: Adamic language
adamo {v} :: I love truly, earnestly, deeply or greatly; covet
adampliandus {v} :: which is to be widened
adamplians {v} :: widening
adampliaturus {v} :: about to widen
adampliatus {v} :: widened
adamplio {vt} :: I widen, enlarge or increase; embellish
Adamus {prop} {m} :: given name, a variant of Ādām
ad amussim {prep} :: with precision, done very exactly
Adana {np} :: a town of Cilicia situated on the road from Tarsus to Issus
adanensis {adj} :: Adana (in Turkey) (attributive)
adaperiendus {v} :: which is to be uncovered
adaperiens {v} :: opening fully
adaperiens {v} :: uncovering, revealing, exposing
adaperio {v} :: I open (fully), throw open
adaperio {v} [figuratively] :: I uncover, bare; reveal, expose
adapertio {f} :: uncovering, revelation, disclosure
adaperturus {v} :: about to uncover
adapertus {v} :: uncovered
adaptabilis {adj} :: adaptable, that may adapt, that may be adapted
adaptandus {v} :: which is to be modified, adapted
adaptans {v} :: modifying, adapting
adaptaturus {v} :: about to modify, adapt
adaptatus {v} :: modified, adapted
adapto {v} :: I fit, adjust, modify
adapto {v} [with dative] :: I adapt, fit or adjust to
adaquandus {v} :: which is to be watered
adaquans {v} :: watering
adaquaturus {v} :: about to water
adaquatus {v} :: watered
adaquo {vt} :: I bring or supply water to, give to drink
adarandus {v} :: which is to be ploughed
adarans {v} :: ploughing
adaraturus {v} :: about to plough
adaratus {v} :: ploughed
adarca {f} :: A froth or efflorescence deposited on sedge
ad arma {prep} :: to arms!
adaro {v} :: I plough carefully
adasia {f} :: An old sheep that has recently given birth to a lamb
ad astra {phrase} :: to the stars
adauctandus {v} :: which is to be augmented
adauctans {v} :: augmenting
adauctaturus {v} :: about to augment
adauctatus {v} :: augmented
adaucto {v} :: I augment or increase much or greatly
adaucturus {v} :: about to augment
adauctus {v} :: augmented
adaugendus {v} :: which is to be augmented
adaugens {v} :: augmenting
adaugeo {v} :: I make greater by adding to; increase, augment; magnify
adbello {v} :: I make war upon
adbibendus {v} :: which is to be drunk
adbibens {v} :: drinking
adbibiturus {v} :: about to drink
adbibitus {v} :: drunk
adbibo {v} :: I drink
adbibo {v} [figuratively, in discourse] :: I drink in, listen to
adbitens {v} :: approaching
adbito {v} :: I approach, I come near, I draw near
adbreviandus {v} :: alternative form of abbreviandus
adbrevians {v} :: alternative form of abbrevians
adbreviatio {f} :: alternative form of abbreviatio
adbreviaturus {v} :: alternative form of abbreviaturus
adbreviatus {v} :: alternative form of abbreviatus
adbrevio {v} :: alternative form of abbrevio ("I abbreviate")
adcedens {v} :: alternative form of accedens
adcedo {v} :: alternative form of accedo
adcelerandus {v} :: alternative form of accelerandus
adcelerans {v} :: alternative form of accelerans
adceleraturus {v} :: alternative form of acceleraturus
adceleratus {v} :: alternative form of acceleratus
adcelero {v} :: alternative form of accelero ("I accelerate"; "I am quick")
adcessurus {v} :: alternative form of accessurus
adclamandus {v} :: alternative form of acclamandus
adclamans {v} :: alternative form of acclamans
adclamatio {f} :: alternative form of acclamatio
adclamaturus {v} :: alternative form of acclamaturus
adclamatus {v} :: alternative form of acclamatus
adclamo {v} :: alternative form of acclamo ("I raise a cry at")
adclarandus {v} :: alternative form of acclarandus
adclarans {v} :: alternative form of acclarans
adclaraturus {v} :: alternative form of acclaraturus
adclaratus {v} :: alternative form of acclaratus
adclaro {v} :: alternative form of acclaro
adclinandus {v} :: alternative form of acclinandus
adclinans {v} :: alternative form of acclinans
adclinaturus {v} :: alternative form of acclinaturus
adclinatus {v} :: alternative form of acclinatus
adclino {v} :: alternative form of acclino
adcola {mf} :: alternative form of accola
adcommodandus {v} :: alternative form of accommodandus
adcommodans {v} :: alternative form of accommodans
adcommodaturus {v} :: alternative form of accommodaturus
adcommodatus {v} :: alternative form of accommodatus
adcommodo {v} :: alternative form of accommodo
adcorporandus {v} :: alternative form of accorporandus
adcorporans {v} :: alternative form of accorporans
adcorporaturus {v} :: alternative form of accorporaturus
adcorporatus {v} :: alternative form of accorporatus
adcorporo {v} :: alternative form of accorporo
adcrescendus {v} :: which is to be increased
adcrescens {v} :: alternative form of accrescens
adcresco {v} :: alternative form of accresco
adcreturus {v} :: about to increase
adcretus {v} :: increased
adcubiturus {v} :: alternative form of accubiturus
adcubitus {v} :: alternative form of accubitus
adcubo {v} :: alternative form of accubo
adcumbendus {v} :: alternative form of accumbendus
adcumbens {v} :: alternative form of accumbens
adcumbo {v} :: alternative form of accumbo
adcumulandus {v} :: alternative form of accumulandus
adcumulans {v} :: alternative form of accumulans
adcumulaturus {v} :: alternative form of accumulaturus
adcumulatus {v} :: alternative form of accumulatus
adcumulo {v} :: alternative form of accumulo ("I accumulate")
adcurandus {v} :: alternative form of accurandus
adcurans {v} :: alternative form of accurans
adcuraturus {v} :: alternative form of accuraturus
adcuratus {v} :: alternative form of accuratus
adcuro {v} :: alternative form of accuro
adcurrendus {v} :: alternative form of accurrendus
adcurrens {v} :: alternative form of accurrens
adcurro {v} :: alternative form of accurro
adcursurus {v} :: alternative form of accursurus
adcursus {v} :: alternative form of accursus
addax {m} :: addax
addecet {v} [with accusative] :: it behooves; it becomes; it is proper
addecimandus {v} :: which is to be tithed
addecimans {v} :: tithing
addecimaturus {v} :: about to tithe
addecimatus {v} :: tithed
addecimo {vt} :: I take by the tenth part, tithe
addendus {v} :: which is to be added; annexed, augmented
addens {v} :: adding
addens {v} :: annexing, augmenting
addensandus {v} :: which is to be thickened
addensans {v} :: thickening
addensaturus {v} :: about to thicken
addensatus {v} :: thickened
addenseo {vt} :: I press together, make close, compact
addenso {vt} :: I make thick, thicken, condense
addico {v} :: I am propitious to, favour, speak favourably (of)
addico {v} :: I attribute, assign or ascribe something to someone; appoint, designate; award; sentence, condemn
addico {v} :: I deliver, yield, or resign something to someone; devote, consecrate to, give my support to; give up, sacrifice, abandon, surrender; betray; enslave (to)
addico {v} [of auctions] :: I adjudge to the highest bidder, knock down (to), strike off, deliver to; sell
addictio {f} :: The awarding, adjudging or adjudication of disputed property; award
addictissimus {adj} :: most or very dedicated etc
addictus {v} :: assigned, dedicated having been assigned
addictus {v} :: handed over, having been handed over
addictus {m} :: A debt slave; a person who has been bound as a slave to his creditor
addigitandus {v} :: which is to be pointed out
addigitans {v} :: pointing out
addigitaturus {v} :: about to point out
addigitatus {v} :: pointed out
addigito {v} :: I point out
addisco {v} :: I learn in addition to or further
addisco {v} :: I am informed, hear, learn
additamentum {n} :: addition, accession, increase
additio {f} [also math] :: addition
additurus {v} :: about to add, annex, augment
additus {v} :: annexed
additus {v} :: augmented
addo {v} :: I add
addo {v} :: I put, place, lay a person or thing to another
addo {v} :: I acquire
addo {v} :: I bring or add to; annex, augment
addoceo {vt} :: I teach something (new or in addition to)
addormiendus {v} :: which is to be fell asleep
addormiens {v} :: falling asleep
addormio {v} :: I begin to sleep
addormio {v} :: I fall asleep, go to sleep
addormiscens {v} :: falling asleep
addormisco {v} :: I fall asleep, go to sleep
addubito {vi} :: I incline to doubt, begin to doubt, feel doubt, am uncertain
addubito {v} [with accusative] :: I am doubtful of (something), call in question
addubito {v} [with infinitive] :: I hesitate
adducendus {v} :: which is to be lead etc
adducens {v} :: bringing or conveying to
adducens {v} :: prompting, inducing, persuading, moving
adduco {v} :: I lead, bring, draw or convey to or to oneself
adduco {v} :: I prompt, induce, persuade, move
adduco {v} [of the body] :: I wrinkle, contract, shrink
adducturus {v} :: about to persuade
adductus {adj} :: contracted, compressed
adductus {adj} :: frowning, grave
adductus {adj} :: terse
adedo {v} :: I begin to eat, bite, nibble (at), gnaw
adedo {v} :: I consume entirely, eat up
adedo {v} [figuratively] :: I exhaust, wear down; scorch; erode; squander
Adelphasium {prop} {m} :: given name, character in the play Poenulus of Plautus
adelphis {f} :: A type of date (that hangs in pairs)
adelstoma {f} :: hidden stoma
ademptio {f} :: The act of taking away or depriving; seizure.rescue
adempturus {v} :: about to steal
ademptus {v} :: captured; stolen
ademptus {v} :: removed; denied; saved
adenanthus {adj} :: Having glandular flowers
Adendros {prop} {f} :: An island of the Saronic Gulf mentioned by Pliny
adenensis {adj} :: Aden (attributive)
adenocalyx {f} :: glandular calyx
adeo {adv} :: so much, so greatly
adeo {adv} :: (with ut) to such an extent that
adeo {v} :: I approach, go to
adeo {v} :: I attend (a performance)
adeo {v} :: I undertake, undergo
adeo {vr} :: I present (myself)
adeo {v} [of inheritance] :: I take possession of
Adeona {prop} {f} :: The tutelary goddess of newcomers
adeps {m} :: fat, lard, grease
adeps {m} :: corpulence, obesity
adeps {m} :: sapwood
adepturus {v} :: about to reach
adeptus {v} :: overtaken
adeptus {v} :: obtained
adequito {v} [with ad] :: I ride to or towards (a place), gallop up to
adequito {v} [with iuxta or circa] :: I ride around, near to or by
aderro {vi} [with dative] :: I wander or stray to, towards or near
adescandus {v} :: which is to be fattened
adescans {v} :: fattening
adescaturus {v} :: about to fatten
adescatus {v} :: fattened
adesco {v} :: I feed, fatten
adespota {np} [New Latin] :: anonymous literary works, adespota
adespotos {adj} [of books] :: masterless
adespotos {adj} :: without specifying an author, anonymous
adespotos {adj} :: without specifying a dedicatee, undedicated
adespotos {adj} [in general] :: ownerless
adespotus {adj} :: alternative form of adespotos
adesurio {vi} :: I am very hungry
adesus {v} :: about to be bitten/gnawed, going to be bitten/gnawed
adesus {v} :: about to be consumed entirely/eaten up, going to be consumed entirely/eaten up
adesus {v} :: about to be exhausted/eroded/worn down, going to be exhausted/eroded/worn down
adeundus {v} :: which is to be approached
adfabre {adv} :: alternative form of affabre
adfans {v} :: alternative form of affans
adfatim {adv} :: alternative form of affatim
adfaturus {v} :: alternative form of affaturus
adfatus {v} :: alternative form of affatus
adfectandus {v} :: alternative form of affectandus
adfectans {v} :: alternative form of affectans
adfectatio {f} :: alternative form of affectatio
adfectatrix {f} :: alternative form of affectatrix
adfectaturus {v} :: alternative form of affectaturus
adfectatus {v} :: alternative form of affectatus
adfectio {f} :: alternative form of affectio
adfecto {v} :: alternative form of affecto
adfecturus {v} :: alternative form of affecturus
adfectus {adj} :: alternative spelling of affectus
adfectus {m} :: alternative spelling of affectus
adferendus {v} :: alternative form of affero
adferens {v} :: alternative form of afferens
adfero {v} :: alternative form of affero ("I carry forth"; "I bring forth")
adficiendus {v} :: alternative form of afficiendus
adficiens {v} :: alternative form of afficiens
adficio {v} :: alternative form of afficio ("I affect")
adficturus {v} :: alternative form of afficturus
adfictus {v} :: alternative form of affictus
adfigendus {v} :: alternative form of affigendus
adfigens {v} :: alternative form of affigens
adfigo {v} :: alternative form of affīgō
adfigurandus {v} :: alternative form of affigurandus
adfigurans {v} :: alternative form of affigurans
adfiguraturus {v} :: alternative form of affiguraturus
adfiguratus {v} :: alternative form of affiguratus
adfiguro {v} :: alternative form of affiguro
adfingendus {v} :: alternative form of affingendus
adfingens {v} :: alternative form of affingens
adfingo {v} :: alternative form of affingo
adfinis {adj} :: alternative form of affinis
adfinitas {f} :: relationship by marriage
adfinitas {f} :: affinity
adfirmandus {v} :: alternative form of affirmandus
adfirmans {v} :: alternative form of affirmans
adfirmatio {f} :: affirmation
adfirmatio {f} :: solemn assurance
adfirmatio {f} :: assertion
adfirmaturus {v} :: alternative form of affirmaturus
adfirmatus {v} :: alternative form of affirmatus
adfirmo {v} :: alternative form of affirmo
adfixurus {v} :: alternative form of affixurus
adfixus {v} :: alternative form of affixus
adflandus {v} :: alternative form of afflandus
adflans {v} :: alternative form of afflans
adflaturus {v} :: alternative form of afflaturus
adflatus {v} :: alternative form of afflatus
adflectendus {v} :: alternative form of afflectendus
adflectens {v} :: alternative form of afflectens
adflecto {v} :: alternative form of afflecto
adflens {v} :: alternative form of afflens
adfleo {v} :: alternative form of affleo
adflexurus {v} :: alternative form of afflexurus
adflexus {v} :: alternative form of afflexus
adflictandus {v} :: alternative form of afflictandus
adflictans {v} :: alternative form of afflictans
adflictaturus {v} :: alternative form of afflictaturus
adflictatus {v} :: alternative form of afflictatus
adflictio {f} :: alternative form of afflictio
adflicto {v} :: alternative form of afflīctō
adflictor {m} :: alternative form of afflictor
adflicturus {v} :: alternative form of afflicturus
adflictus {adj} :: ruinous
adflictus {adj} :: wretched, distressed
adflictus {adj} :: shattered
adfligendus {v} :: alternative form of affligendus
adfligens {v} :: alternative form of affligens
adfligo {v} :: alternative form of affligo
adflo {v} :: alternative form of afflo
adfluendus {v} :: alternative form of affluendus
adfluens {v} :: alternative form of affluens
adfluenter {adv} :: alternative form of affluenter
adfluo {v} :: alternative form of affluo ("I flow to, towards or in")
adfluxurus {v} :: alternative form of affluxurus
adfluxus {v} :: alternative form of affluxus
adfodiendus {v} :: alternative form of affodendus
adfodiens {v} :: alternative form of affodens
adfodio {v} :: alternative form of affodio
ad fontes {phrase} [idiomatic] :: Go to the sources: An expression emphasizing the importance of conducting fundamental research and of consulting primary sources
adfor {v} :: alternative form of affor
adformido {v} :: alternative form of afformido
adfossurus {v} :: alternative form of affossurus
adfossus {v} :: alternative form of affossus
adfremo {v} :: alternative form of affremo
adfricandus {v} :: alternative form of affricandus
adfricans {v} :: alternative form of affricans
adfricaturus {v} :: alternative form of affricaturus
adfricatus {v} :: alternative form of affricatus
adfrico {v} :: alternative form of affrico
adfrio {v} :: alternative form of affrio
adfulgens {v} :: alternative form of affulgens
adfulgeo {v} :: alternative form of affulgeo
adfundendus {v} :: which is to be poured
adfundens {v} :: pouring
adfundo {v} :: I pour, sprinkle, or scatter onto
adfusurus {v} :: about to pour
adfusus {v} :: poured
adfuturus {v} :: about to arrive
adgaudeo {v} :: alternative form of aggaudeo
adgenerandus {v} :: alternative form of aggenerandus
adgenerans {v} :: alternative form of aggenerans
adgeneraturus {v} :: alternative form of aggeneraturus
adgeneratus {v} :: alternative form of aggeneratus
adgenero {v} :: alternative form of aggenero
adgeniculans {v} :: alternative form of aggeniculans
adgeniculaturus {v} :: alternative form of aggeniculaturus
adgeniculatus {v} :: alternative form of aggeniculatus
adgeniculor {v} :: alternative form of aggeniculor
adgerandus {v} :: alternative form of aggerandus
adgerans {v} :: alternative form of aggerans
adgeraturus {v} :: alternative form of aggeraturus
adgeratus {v} :: alternative form of aggeratus
adgerendus {v} :: alternative form of endus
adgerens {v} :: alternative form of ens
adgero {v} :: alternative form of aggero
adgero {v} :: alternative form of aggero
adgesturus {v} :: alternative form of aggeraturus
adgestus {v} :: alternative form of aggeratus
adglomerandus {v} :: alternative form of agglomerandus
adglomerans {v} :: alternative form of agglomerans
adglomeraturus {v} :: alternative form of agglomeraturus
adglomeratus {v} :: alternative form of agglomeratus
adglomero {v} :: alternative form of agglomero
adglutinandus {v} :: alternative form of agglutinandus
adglutinans {v} :: alternative form of agglutinans
adglutinaturus {v} :: alternative form of agglutinaturus
adglutinatus {v} :: alternative form of agglutinatus
adglutino {v} :: alternative form of agglutino
adgnatus {m} :: A son born after his father had made a will
adgniturus {v} :: alternative form of agniturus
adgnitus {v} :: alternative form of agnitus
adgnoscendus {v} :: alternative form of agnoscendus
adgnoscens {v} :: alternative form of agnoscens
adgnosco {v} :: alternative form of agnosco
adgravandus {v} :: alternative form of aggravandus
adgravans {v} :: alternative form of aggravans
adgravaturus {v} :: alternative form of aggravaturus
adgravatus {v} :: alternative form of aggravatus
adgravo {v} :: alternative form of aggravo
adgredior {v} :: alternative form of aggredior
adgregandus {v} :: alternative form of aggregandus
adgregans {v} :: alternative form of aggregans
adgregaturus {v} :: alternative form of aggregaturus
adgregatus {v} :: alternative form of aggregatus
adgrego {v} :: alternative form of aggrego
adgressus {v} :: advanced, approached
adgressus {v} :: attacked, assaulted
adgubernandus {v} :: alternative form of aggubernandus
adgubernans {v} :: alternative form of aggubernans
adgubernaturus {v} :: alternative form of aggubernaturus
adgubernatus {v} :: alternative form of aggubernatus
adguberno {v} :: alternative form of agguberno
adhaerens {v} :: cleaving or sticking to
adhaerens {v} [figuratively] :: clinging to, adhering to
adhaerens {v} [figuratively] :: hanging on or keeping close to (a person or thing)
adhaerens {v} [figuratively] :: trailing or dragging after
adhaereo {v} :: I cleave or stick to
adhaereo {v} [figuratively] :: I cling to, adhere to
adhaereo {v} [figuratively] :: I am close to (a person or thing), am near to, hang on, keep close to
adhaereo {v} [figuratively] :: I trail, drag after; I am the last
adhaerescendus {v} :: which is to be adhered
adhaerescens {v} :: adhering
adhaeresco {v} :: I adhere tightly; I stick fast
adhaesio {f} :: adhesion
adhaesio {f} :: linkage
adhalo {v} :: I breathe on or upon
adhamandus {v} :: which is to be secured
adhamans {v} :: catching, securing
adhamaturus {v} :: about to secure
adhamatus {v} :: secured
adhamo {v} :: I catch, secure
Adherbal {prop} {m} :: A prince of Numidia, son of Micipsa
adherens {v} :: alternative form of adhaerens ("cleaving or sticking to")
adhereo {v} :: alternative form of adhaereo
adheresco {v} :: alternative form of adhaeresco
adhesurus {v} :: alternative form of adhaesurus
adhibendus {v} :: which is to be extended
adhibendus {v} :: which is to be applied
adhibendus {v} :: which is to be summoned
adhibeo {v} :: I extend, hold out
adhibeo {v} :: I apply, employ, adopt
adhibeo {v} :: I summon, call upon, invite
adhibeo {v} :: I handle
adhibeo {v} :: I add
adhibitus {v} :: extended
adhibitus {v} :: applied
adhibitus {v} :: summoned
adhinniens {v} :: Whinnying at
adhinnio {v} :: I neigh or whinny to or after
adhinnio {v} [with dative] :: I neigh or winny
adhinnio {v} [figuratively] :: I strive after, long for
ad hoc {phrase} :: to this end, for this, to this point, to this
adhoc {adv} :: thus far; as yet
adhoc {adv} :: hitherto
adhoc {adv} :: besides
adhortans {v} :: encouraging, rousing, stimulating
adhortatio {f} :: exhortation
adhortatio {f} :: encouragement
adhortatio {f} [rhetoric] :: An exhortation intended to win the consent or desire of the audience
adhortaturus {v} :: about to encourage
adhortatus {v} :: encouraged, stimulated, extorted
adhortor {v} :: I encourage, rouse, stimulate, rally, urge or extort someone to something
adhospitandus {v} :: which is to be propitiated
adhospitans {v} :: propitiating
adhospitaturus {v} :: about to propitiate
adhospitatus {v} :: propitiated
adhospito {vt} :: I entertain as guest; propitiate
adhuc {adv} :: so far, thus far, hitherto, still
adhuc {adv} :: again; furthermore; moreover; besides (used in scholastic debates to introduce an additional point in one's argument)
adhuc {adv} :: even as, while still
Adiabene {prop} {f} [geography] :: An ancient kingdom in Assyria, with its capital at Arbela
adiacens {v} :: adjacent, adjoining, neighbouring
adiacens {v} [substantive] :: adjacent or adjoining area or region
adiaceo {v} :: I lie beside, at, near or next to; am adjacent to, am continuous to, adjoin, border upon
adiaculatus {adj} :: thrown or cast at
adiantum {n} :: maidenhair fern
adiaphoros {adj} :: indifferent
adicio {v} :: I throw, hurl, cast or fling an object to, towards, or at
adicio {v} :: I direct my mind, eye or attention to, turn to
adicio {v} :: I attach, insert; apply, assign; add, increase, add to; intensify
adicio {v} [in auctions] :: I add to a bid, outbid
adicio {v} :: I add (as a proviso); add to something that has already been said
adiecticius {adj} :: added besides
adiectio {f} :: addition
adiectio {f} :: repetition
adiectivalis {adj} :: alternative spelling of adjectivalis
adiectivus {adj} :: alternative form of adjectīvus
adiectus {v} :: thrown, hurled
adiectus {v} :: directed towards
adiens {v} :: approaching, going to
adiens {v} :: attending (a performance)
adiens {v} :: undertaking, undergoing
Adienus {prop} {m} :: A river of Pontus mentioned by Arrian
adigendus {v} :: which is to be drove
adigens {v} :: driving
adigo {v} :: I drive
adigo {v} :: I hurl
adigo {v} :: I exact
adimendus {v} :: which is to be stolen
adimens {v} :: stealing
adimo {v} :: I take away, deprive of, snatch away, carry off; steal; capture
adimo {v} :: I remove (from a situation), save,rescue
adimplendus {v} :: which is to be fulfilled
adimplens {v} :: fulfilling
adimpleo {v} :: I fill up, fill full
adimpleo {v} :: I perform, carry out, fulfil
adimpletio {f} :: completion
adimpletio {f} :: fulfilment
adimpleturus {v} :: about to fulfill
adimpletus {v} :: filled (up)
adimpletus {v} :: fulfilled
adincrescendus {v} :: which is to be increased
adincrescens {v} :: increasing
adincresco {v} :: I increase
ad infinitum {prep} :: to or till infinity, to an unlimited extent, without restriction, everywhere, at pleasure
adinspectandus {v} :: which is to be watched, guarded
adinspectans {v} :: watching, guarding
adinspectaturus {v} :: about to watch, guard
adinspectatus {v} :: watched, guarded
adinspecto {v} :: I watch, guard (a person)
adinvenio {v} :: I find out, devise, invent (in addition to)
adinventio {f} :: invention
adipatum {n} :: pastry, or other dish, prepared with fat
adipatus {adj} :: Filled or prepared with fat
adipatus {adj} :: fatty, greasy
adipatus {adj} :: coarse, gross
adipiscendus {v} :: which is to be reached or acquired
adipiscens {v} :: reaching
adipiscor {v} :: I arrive at, reach; overtake, catch up with
adipiscor {v} :: I get, obtain, acquire, get possession of, achieve
adiposus {adj} [New Latin] :: fatty, adipose
adips {m} :: alternative form of adeps
adipsos {f} :: A kind of date palm
adipsos {f} :: liquorice
adito {vi} :: I go to or approach often
aditurus {v} :: about to approach
aditus {m} :: approach, access
aditus {m} :: attack
aditus {m} :: entrance
aditus {m} :: chance, opportunity, means
aditus {v} :: approached
adiudicandus {v} :: which is to be adjudged
adiudicans {v} :: adjudging
adiudicatio {f} [Late Latin, legal] :: judgement, adjudication
adiudicaturus {v} :: about to adjudge
adiudicatus {v} :: adjudged
adiudicatus {v} :: assigned
adiudico {v} :: I grant or award something to someone as a judge; adjudge
adiudico {v} :: I assign, attribute or ascribe something to someone
adiuero {v} :: alternative form of adiuvo
adiugandus {v} :: which is to be fastened
adiugans {v} :: fastening
adiugaturus {v} :: about to fasten
adiugatus {v} :: fastened
adiugo {v} :: I yoke (together); I fasten, unite
adiugo {v} :: I join, add to
adiugurus {v} :: about to fasten
adiugus {v} :: fastened
adiumentum {n} :: help, assistance, support
adiunctio {f} :: joining, union, conjunction
adiunctio {f} :: addition
adiunctio {f} :: limitation, qualification (additional)
adiunctior {adj} :: more (firmly) bound etc
adiunctivus {adj} :: joined, added
adiunctivus {adj} :: adjectival
adiunctor {m} :: A person who adds, joins, unites
adiuncturus {v} :: about to add, join or attach
adiunctus {v} :: added, joined or attached to something, having been joined to something
adiunctus {v} [of cattle] :: harnessed, yoked, having been harnessed
adiunctus {v} [by extension] :: composite, compounded
adiunctus {v} [by extension] :: lying next to, contiguous, neighboring, adjacent
adiunctus {v} [by extension] :: related, linked, connected
adiunctus {adj} :: bound
adiunctus {adj} :: joined, composite
adiunctus {adj} :: adjacent
adiunctus {adj} :: relevant
adiungendus {v} :: which is to be added, joined or attached
adiungens {v} :: joining
adiungo {v} [with dative or accusative] :: I add, join, attach, append, annex or bind to (something)
adiungo {v} :: I apply to, direct to (mentally)
adiungo {v} [of cattle] :: I harness, yoke
adiuramentum {n} :: conjuring
adiuramentum {n} :: entreaty
adiurans {v} :: swearing (an oath)
adiurans {v} :: adjuring
adiuratio {f} :: swearing (to something)
adiuratio {f} :: adjuration
adiurator {m} :: conjurer
adiuratorius {adj} :: swearing (an oath) (attributive)
adiuro {v} [with accusative, accusative + infinitive or ut] :: I swear to, confirm by an oath; swear in addition to
adiuro {v} [Late Latin] :: I conjure, adjure, beg earnestly
adiutabilis {adj} :: helpful; serviceable
adiutandus {v} :: which is to be assisted
adiutans {v} :: assisting
adiutaturus {v} :: about to assist
adiutatus {v} :: assisted
adiuto {v} :: I help, serve, assist
adiutor {m} :: helper, assistant
adiutor {m} :: deputy
adiutorium {n} :: help, assistance, support, aid
adiutrix {f} :: assistant, helper, accomplice (female)
adiuturus {v} :: about to help, assist
adiuturus {v} [figuratively] :: about to cheer
adiutus {v} :: having been helped, assisted
adiutus {v} [figuratively] :: having been cheered
adiuvandus {v} :: which is to be helped, assisted
adiuvandus {v} [figuratively] :: which is to be cheered
adiuvans {v} :: helping, assisting
adiuvans {v} [figuratively] :: cheering
adiuvo {v} :: I help, assist
adiuvo {v} [figuratively] :: I cheer
adjacens {v} :: alternative spelling of adiacens
adjaceo {v} :: alternative form of adiaceo
adjaculatus {adj} :: alternative form of adiaculatus
adjecticius {adj} :: alternative form of adiecticius
adjectio {f} :: alternative form of adiectio
adjectivalis {adj} [grammar] :: adjectival; of or pertaining to an adjective
adjectivus {adj} :: adjective
adjectivus {adj} [substantive, neuter] :: adjective (from nomen adjectivum)
adjectus {v} :: alternative form of adiectus
adjiciens {v} :: alternative form of adiciens
adjicio {v} :: alternative form of adicio
adjudicatio {f} :: alternative form of adiudicatio
adjuero {v} :: alternative form of adiuvo
adjugo {v} :: alternative form of adiugō
adjumentum {n} :: alternative form of adiumentum
adjunctio {f} :: alternative form of adiunctio
adjunctivus {adj} :: alternative form of adiūnctivus
adjunctor {m} :: alternative form of adiunctor
adjungo {v} :: alternative form of adiungo
adjuramentum {n} :: alternative form of adiuramentum
adjuratio {f} :: alternative form of adiuratio
adjurator {m} :: alternative form of adiurator
adjuratorius {adj} :: alternative form of adiuratorius
adjutabilis {adj} :: alternative form of adiutabilis
adjutor {m} :: medieval spelling of adiutor
adjutorium {n} :: help, assistance, support
adjutorium {n} :: medieval spelling of adiutorium
adjuturus {v} :: alternative form of adiuturus
adjutus {v} :: alternative form of adiutus
adjuvandus {v} :: which is to be helped or assisted
adjuvans {v} :: alternative form of adiuvans
adjuvo {v} :: alternative form of adiuvō
ad kalendas Graecas {phrase} [idiomatic] :: never at all; never in a month of Sundays
adlaborandus {v} :: alternative form of allaborandus
adlaborans {v} :: alternative form of allaborans
adlaboraturus {v} :: alternative form of allaboraturus
adlaboratus {v} :: alternative form of allaboratus
adlaboro {v} :: alternative form of allaboro
adlapsus {m} :: a gliding approach
adlatrandus {v} :: alternative form of allatrandus
adlatrans {v} :: alternative form of allatrans
adlatraturus {v} :: alternative form of allatraturus
adlatratus {v} :: alternative form of allatratus
adlatro {v} :: alternative form of allatro
adlaturus {v} :: alternative form of allaturus
adlatus {v} :: carried forth
adlatus {v} :: delivered
adlaudandus {v} :: alternative form of allaudandus
adlaudans {v} :: alternative form of allaudans
adlaudaturus {v} :: alternative form of allaudaturus
adlaudatus {v} :: alternative form of allaudatus
adlaudo {v} :: alternative form of allaudo
adlectandus {v} :: alternative form of allectandus
adlectans {v} :: alternative form of allectans
adlectaturus {v} :: alternative form of allectaturus
adlectatus {v} :: alternative form of allectatus
adlecto {v} :: alternative form of allecto
adlecturus {v} :: about to choose, about to admit, about to elect, about to recruit, about to select, about to appoint
adlectus {v} :: chosen, having been chosen, admitted, having been admitted, elected, having been elected, recruited, having been recruited, selected, having been selected, appointed, having been appointed
adlegandus {v} :: which is to be deputed as an agent, which is to be suborned, which is to be alleged
adlegans {v} :: deputing someone as an agent, suborning, alleging
adlegatio {f} :: alternative form of allegatio
adlegaturus {v} :: about to depute someone as an agent, about to suborn, about to allege
adlegatus {v} :: deputed as an agent, having been deputed as an agent, suborned, having been suborned, alleged, having been alleged
adlegendus {v} :: which is to be chosen, which is to be admitted, which is to be elected, which is to be recruited, which is to be selected, which is to be appointed
adlegens {v} :: choosing, admitting, electing, recruiting, selecting, appointing
adlego {v} :: alternative form of allego
adlego {v} :: alternative form of allego
adlevamentum {n} :: alternative form of allevamentum
adlevandus {v} :: alternative form of allevandus
adlevans {v} :: alternative form of allevans
adlevaturus {v} :: alternative form of allevaturus
adlevatus {v} :: alternative form of allevatus
adleviandus {v} :: alternative form of alleviandus
adlevians {v} :: alternative form of allevians
adleviaturus {v} :: alternative form of alleviaturus
adleviatus {v} :: alternative form of alleviatus
adlevio {v} :: alternative form of allevio
adlevo {v} :: alternative form of allevo
adlevo {v} :: alternative form of allevo
ad libitum {prep} [music] :: at one's pleasure, allowing freedom to improvise, allowing variation from the printed notes or tempo
ad libitum {prep} :: Without advanced preparation; spontaneously; impromptu; ad lib
ad libitum {prep} :: Without restriction
adlicefacio {v} :: alternative form of allicefacio
adlicio {v} :: alternative form of allicio
adlido {v} :: alternative form of allido
adligandus {v} :: alternative form of alligandus
adligans {v} :: alternative form of alligans
adligaturus {v} :: alternative form of alligaturus
adligatus {v} :: alternative form of alligatus
adligo {v} :: alternative form of alligo
adlino {v} :: alternative form of allino
adlisio {f} :: alternative form of allisio
adlisus {v} :: alternative form of allisus
ad locum {phrase} :: at that place
adlocutio {f} :: alternative form of allocutio
adlocuturus {v} :: alternative form of allocuturus
adlocutus {v} :: alternative form of allocutus
adloquendus {v} :: alternative form of alloquendus
adloquens {v} :: alternative form of alloquens
adloquor {v} :: alternative form of alloquor
adlubescendus {v} :: which is to be gratified
adlubescens {v} :: gratifying
adlubesco {v} :: to begin to please
adlucens {v} :: alternative form of allucens
adluceo {v} :: alternative form of alluceo
adluctans {v} :: alternative form of alluctans
adluctaturus {v} :: alternative form of alluctaturus
adluctatus {v} :: alternative form of alluctatus
adluctor {v} :: alternative form of alluctor
adludendus {v} :: alternative form of alludendus
adludens {v} :: alternative form of alludens
adludio {v} :: alternative form of alludio
adludo {v} :: alternative form of alludo
adluens {v} :: alternative form of alluens
adluo {v} :: alternative form of alluo
adlusurus {v} :: alternative form of allusurus
adlusus {v} :: alternative form of allusus
adluvio {f} :: alternative form of alluvio
admaturandus {v} :: which is to be ripened
admaturans {v} :: ripening
admaturaturus {v} :: about to ripen
admaturatus {v} :: ripened
admaturo {v} :: I bring to maturity; hasten (something); mature, ripen
admensurus {v} :: about to measure out
admensus {v} :: measured out
admeo {vi} :: I go to, approach
admetiens {v} :: measuring out
admetior {v} :: I measure out (to)
Admetus {prop} {m} [Greek mythology] :: A king of Pherae in Thessaly and one of the Argonauts
admigro {v} :: I go to (a place); come to, be added to; go and live with
adminiculabundus {adj} :: supporting oneself
adminiculandus {v} :: which is to be supported
adminiculans {v} :: supporting
adminiculaturus {v} :: about to support
adminiculatus {v} :: supported
adminiculo {v} :: I prop up, support
adminiculum {n} :: a prop, stay, support
adminiculum {n} :: support, help, aid, assistance
adminiculum {n} :: assistant, auxiliary
administer {m} :: assistant, helper, supporter
administer {m} :: attendant
administer {m} :: priest, minister
administra {f} :: assistant, helper, servant (female); handmaiden
administrandus {v} :: which is to be attended or served
administrans {v} :: attending, assisting serving
administratio {f} :: administration, management (of a city, body)
administratio {f} :: the handling, operation (of an affair)
administrator {m} :: manager, conductor, administrator
administratorius {adj} :: serving, ministering, administering
administraturus {v} :: about to assist
administratus {v} :: attended, assisted, served
administro {v} :: I attend upon, assist, serve
administro {v} [figuratively] :: I take charge of, direct, manage, administer, do, accomplish; govern
admirabilior {adj} :: more admirable etc
admirabilior {adj} :: more surprising etc
admirabilis {adj} :: admirable, wonderful, worthy of admiration
admirabilis {adj} :: surprising, astonishing, rare, strange, producing wonder
admirabilissime {adv} :: superlative of admīrābiliter
admirabilitas {f} :: admirability, wonderfulness; a quality which produces admiration or wonder
admirabiliter {adv} :: admirably
admirabiliter {adv} :: paradoxically, strangely
admirabilius {adv} :: comparative of admīrābiliter
admirandus {adj} :: admirable
admirandus {adj} :: astonishing, remarkable
admirans {v} :: admiring, respecting
admiratio {f} :: wonder, admiration
admirator {m} :: admirer
admiraturus {v} :: about to admire
admiratus {v} :: having admired, having respected
admiror {v} :: To admire or respect
admiror {v} :: To regard with wonder
admiror {v} :: To be surprised at; to be astonished
admiscendus {v} :: which is to be admixed
admiscens {v} :: admixing
admisceo {v} :: I mix or mingle with, in or together, admix, combine, add to, blend
admisceo {v} :: I involve or entangle in something
admisceo {vr} :: I interfere or meddle with, get involved
admissarius {adj} [of an animal] :: kept for breeding
admissio {f} [of animals] :: an admitting of the male to the female
admissio {f} :: admission to a person; audience
admissor {m} [Late Latin] :: one who allows himself to do a thing, a perpetrator
admissurus {v} :: about to let in; about to admit
admissus {v} :: let in, having been let in; admitted, having been admitted
admistio {f} :: mixture
admistus {v} :: mixed, mingled, blended
admittendus {v} :: which is to be let in; which is to be admitted
admittens {v} :: letting in; admitting
admitto {v} :: I let in, admit
admitto {v} :: I perpetrate, commit
admixtio {f} :: mingling
admixtio {f} :: mixture, admixture
admixturus {v} :: about to admix
admixtus {adj} :: mixed
admixtus {adj} :: contaminated
admixtus {adj} :: confused
admixtus {m} :: mixture, admixture
admixtus {m} :: mingling
admoderandus {v} :: which is to be moderated
admoderans {v} :: moderating
admoderaturus {v} :: about to moderate
admoderatus {v} :: moderated
admoderor {v} :: I keep to or within due limits, moderate, restrain, control
admodulaturus {v} [music] :: about to accord or harmonize with
admodulor {v} [music] :: I accord or harmonize with
admodum {adv} :: very, greatly
admodum {adv} :: completely
admodum {adv} :: just so
admonendus {v} :: which is to be admonished
admonens {v} :: admonishing
admonens {v} :: advising
admonens {v} :: urging
admonens {v} :: warning
admoneo {v} :: I admonish
admoneo {v} :: I suggest, advise
admoneo {v} :: I persuade, urge
admoneo {v} :: I warn, caution
admonitio {f} :: reminder
admonitio {f} :: warning
admonitio {f} :: rebuke
admonitorium {n} [post-classical] :: admonition, reminder
admoniturus {v} :: about to admonish
admonitus {v} :: admonished
admonitus {v} :: advised
admonitus {v} :: urged
admonitus {v} :: warned
admordeo {v} :: I bite or gnaw at or into
admordeo {v} :: I get possession of somebody's property, fleece
admorsus {v} :: a biting at, a bite
admorsus {v} :: bitten, gnawed at
admotio {f} :: movement towards
admotio {f} :: application
admotus {v} :: moved, conducted (towards)
admotus {v} :: reconciled
admovendus {v} :: which is to be moved or applied
admovens {v} :: moving towards
admovens {v} :: applying to
admovens {v} :: reconciling
admoveo {v} :: I move, bring, conduct, lead or carry someone or something to or toward; apply to
admoveo {v} :: I move or bring someone or something near to another; reconcile
admoveo {v} [military] :: I move or bring up or forward, call upon
admoveo {v} [figuratively] :: I apply, attend or direct to or toward
admoveo {v} [with aurem or aures] :: I lend an ear to
admoveo {v} [with manum or manus] :: I put my hand to an undertaking
admoveo {v} [with manum or manus] :: I lay violent hands upon; attack, assault
admurmuratio {f} :: continuous murmuring
admurmuraturus {v} :: alternative form of urus
admurmuratus {v} :: alternative form of us
admurmuro {vi} :: I murmur (with approbation or disapprobation)
admurmuror {v} :: alternative form of admurmuro ("I murmur")
admutilandus {v} :: which is to be cropped
admutilans {v} :: cropping
admutilaturus {v} :: about to crop
admutilatus {v} :: cropped
admutilo {v} :: I crop or clip close, shave; fleece
admutilo {v} [figuratively] :: I defraud, cheat
adnato {vi} :: I swim to or towards
adnato {vi} :: I swim along or by the side of
adnavigo {vi} :: I sail to or towards, come to by ship
adnectendus {v} :: which is to be annexed
adnectens {v} :: annexing
adnecto {v} :: I bind or tie to, connect, annex
adnexurus {v} :: about to annex
adnexus {v} :: annexed
adnicto {v} :: I blink or wink with the eyes, blink or wink to or at
adnihilandus {v} :: alternative form of annihilandus
adnihilans {v} :: alternative form of annihilans
adnihilaturus {v} :: alternative form of annihilaturus
adnihilatus {v} :: alternative form of annihilatus
adnihilo {v} :: alternative form of annihilo
adnisurus {v} :: about to lean or rest upon
adnisurus {v} :: about to kneel
adnisurus {v} :: about to strive, exert, try
adnisus {v} :: rested upon
adnisus {v} :: knelt
adnisus {v} :: exerted, tried
adnitor {v} :: I lean or rest upon
adnitor {v} :: I kneel
adnitor {v} :: I strive, exert, try
adno {v} :: I swim or sail to, towards or along
adno {v} :: I come to, approach
adno {v} :: I swim with or along with
adnodo {v} [of knots, shoots or suckers of vines] :: I cut off, back or away
adnoto {v} :: I put a note to, write down, note down; remark, comment on, state; annotate
adnoto {v} :: I observe, perceive, notice
adnoto {v} [with librum] :: I give a book a title, entitle, denominate
adnoto {v} [passive] :: I am distinguished or noted for something
adnoto {v} [legal] :: I enter, designate or register an absent person among the accused
adnoto {v} [legal] :: I note or designate someone, already condemned, for punishment
adnubilo {v} :: I surround in clouds, overcast; obscure
adnuens {v} :: nodding assent
adnullo {v} :: alternative form of annullo
adnumerandus {v} :: which is to be counted, reckoned etc
adnumerans {v} :: counting to,
adnumerans {v} :: adding to, up to,
adnumeraturus {v} :: about to count to
adnumeratus {v} :: reckoned, added up
adnumeratus {v} :: attributed
adnumero {v} :: I count to or out to, reckon, put into a person's account
adnumero {v} :: I add to, count in, include or reckon with
adnumero {v} :: I attribute, assign or impute to
adnumero {v} :: I consider equal to
adnuntiandus {v} :: which is to be announced, proclaimed etc
adnuntians {v} :: announcing, proclaiming
adnuntiatio {f} :: alternative form of annuntiatio
adnuntiaturus {v} :: about to announce
adnuntiatus {v} :: announced, proclaimed
adnuntio {v} :: I announce, make known, report, proclaim, relate
adnuo {v} :: I nod assent, approve, consent, allow
adnuo {v} :: I favour or designate with a nod
adnuo {v} :: I promise, grant
adnuto {vi} :: I nod (often) to
adnutrio {v} :: alternative form of annūtriō
ad oculos {prep} :: by eye; visually
Adolenda {prop} {f} :: The name of a goddess, who presided over the burning of trees struck by lightning
adolendus {v} :: an odour which must be smelled; what ought to be smelled
adolens {v} :: burning, sacrificing
adoleo {v} :: I emit an odor, smell
adoleo {v} :: I magnify or pile up with for sacrifice; burn, sacrifice
adoleo {v} :: I consume or destroy by fire, burn
adolescens {v} :: growing up, maturing
adolescens {v} :: increasing, augmenting
adolesco {v} :: I grow up
adolesco {v} :: I mature
adolesco {v} :: I increase or augment
adolesco {v} :: I am kindled or burn (of a sacrifice)
Adolphus {prop} :: Adolphus; given name, latinization of Adolph
ad omnia {prep} [adverbial phrase] :: withal, to crown all
adonidium {n} :: alternative form of adōnium
Adonis {prop} {m} [Greek mythology] :: Adonis
Adonis {prop} {m} :: A river of Phoenicia, now the Abraham River
adonium {n} [possibly] :: a type of southernwood with a golden or bloodred flower (as if referring to the blood of Adonis)
adonium {n} [possibly] :: a method of gardening
adonium {n} [grammar, meter, verse] :: a Adonic verse, a verse composed of a dactyl and spondee
adoperatio {f} :: cover-up
adoperiendus {v} :: which is to be covered up or over
adoperiens {v} :: covering up or over
adoperio {v} :: I cover up or over
adoperturus {v} :: about to cover up or over
adopertus {v} :: covered (up or over)
adopertus {v} :: closed (up)
adopinaturus {v} :: about to think, suppose, surmise or conjecture (further)
adopinor {v} :: I think, suppose, surmise or conjecture (further)
adoptandus {v} :: which is to be chosen
adoptans {v} :: choosing
adoptatio {f} :: adoption (of a child)
adoptaturus {v} :: about to choose
adoptatus {v} :: chosen
adoptio {f} :: adoption
adoptivus {adj} :: adoptive (by adoption)
adopto {v} :: I take by choice, choose, select, assume, adopt
adopto {v} :: I take someone into a family, adopt
ador {n} :: a kind of hulled wheat of the genus Triticum: emmer, farro, or spelt
adorandus {v} :: which is to be honoured, worshipped or adored
adorans {v} :: addressing
adorans {v} :: negotiating with
adorans {v} :: worshiping, adoring
adorans {v} :: admiring
adoratio {f} :: worship, adoration
adorator {m} :: worshipper
adordinandus {v} :: which is to be arranged
adordinans {v} :: arranging
adordinaturus {v} :: about to arrange
adordinatus {v} :: arranged
adordino {vt} :: I set in order, arrange
adorea {f} :: spelt
adoreus {adj} :: spelt (attributive)
adoriendus {v} :: which is to be assaulted
adoriens {v} :: assaulting
adorior {v} :: I assail, assault, attack
adorior {v} :: I accost
adoriturus {v} :: about to assail, assault, attack
adoriturus {v} :: about to accost
adormisco {v} :: alternative form of addormīscō
adornandus {v} :: which is to be decorated
adornans {v} :: decorating
adornaturus {v} :: about to decorate
adornatus {v} :: furnished, equipped, provided
adornatus {v} :: decorated, adorned, embellished
adorno {v} :: I get ready, furnish, equip, provide, fit out
adorno {v} :: I decorate, ornament, adorn, embellish
adoro {v} :: I speak to, accost, address; negotiate a matter with
adoro {v} :: I bring an accusation, accuse
adoro {v} :: I speak to someone to obtain something; ask, entreat, pray to, beseech, implore, plead
adoro {v} [religion, of gods or related objects] :: I revere, honor, worship, adore
adoro {v} [in a non-religious sense] :: I admire, esteem highly, marvel at, revere
adortus {v} :: assailed, assaulted, attacked
adortus {v} :: accosted
adosculaturus {v} :: about to give a kiss to, kiss
adosculor {v} :: I give a kiss to, kiss
adparandus {v} :: alternative form of apparandus
adparans {v} :: alternative form of apparans
adparaturus {v} :: alternative form of apparaturus
adparatus {v} :: alternative form of apparatus
adparatus {m} :: alternative form of apparatus
adparendus {v} :: alternative form of apparendus
adparens {v} :: alternative form of apparens
adpareo {v} :: alternative form of appareo
adparitor {m} :: alternative form of apparitor
adpariturus {v} :: alternative form of appariturus
adparitus {v} :: alternative form of apparitus
adparo {v} :: alternative form of apparo
adpellandus {v} :: alternative form of appellandus
adpellans {v} :: alternative form of appellans
adpellaturus {v} :: alternative form of appellaturus
adpellatus {v} :: alternative form of appellatus
adpellendus {v} :: alternative form of appellendus
adpellens {v} :: alternative form of appellens
adpello {v} :: alternative form of appello
adpello {v} :: alternative form of appello
adpendens {v} :: alternative form of appendens
adpendo {v} :: alternative form of appendo
adpensus {v} :: alternative form of appensus
ad perpetuam {phrase} :: See ad perpetuum
ad perpetuum {phrase} :: everlasting, permanent
adpertinens {v} :: alternative form of appertinens
adpertineo {v} :: alternative form of appertineo
adpetendus {v} :: alternative form of appetendus
adpetens {v} :: alternative form of appetens
adpetiturus {v} :: alternative form of appetiturus
adpetitus {v} :: alternative form of appetitus
adpeto {v} :: alternative form of appeto
adplaudo {v} :: alternative form of applaudo
adplausus {v} :: alternative spelling of applausus
adplausus {m} :: alternative spelling of applausus
adplicandus {v} :: alternative form of applicandus
adplicans {v} :: alternative form of applicans
adplicatio {f} :: alternative form of applicatio
adplicaturus {v} :: alternative form of applicaturus
adplicatus {v} :: alternative form of applicatus
adpliciturus {v} :: alternative form of applicaturus
adplicitus {v} :: alternative form of applicitus
adplico {v} :: alternative form of applico
adplorans {v} :: alternative form of applorans
adploro {v} :: alternative form of apploro
adplumbandus {v} :: alternative form of applumbandus
adplumbans {v} :: alternative form of applumbans
adplumbaturus {v} :: alternative form of applumbaturus
adplumbatus {v} :: alternative form of applumbatus
adplumbo {v} :: alternative form of applumbo
adponendus {v} :: alternative form of apponendus
adponens {v} :: alternative form of apponens
adpono {v} :: alternative form of appono
adportandus {v} :: alternative form of apportandus
adportans {v} :: alternative form of apportans
adportaturus {v} :: alternative form of apportaturus
adportatus {v} :: alternative form of apportatus
adporto {v} :: alternative form of apporto
adpositio {f} :: alternative form of appositio
adpositurus {v} :: alternative form of appositurus
adpositus {v} :: alternative form of appositus
adpostulo {v} :: alternative form of appostulo
adprecans {v} :: alternative form of apprecans
adprecaturus {v} :: alternative form of apprecaturus
adprecatus {v} :: alternative form of apprecatus
adprecor {v} :: alternative form of apprecor
adprehendendus {v} :: alternative form of apprehendendus
adprehendens {v} :: alternative form of apprehendens
adprehendo {v} :: alternative form of apprehendo
adprehensurus {v} :: alternative form of apprehensurus
adprehensus {v} :: alternative form of apprehensus
adprenso {v} :: alternative form of apprenso
adpretiandus {v} :: alternative form of appretiandus
adpretians {v} :: alternative form of appretians
adpretiaturus {v} :: alternative form of appretiaturus
adpretiatus {v} :: alternative form of appretiatus
adpretio {v} :: alternative form of appretio
adprime {adv} :: alternative form of apprime
adprimo {v} :: alternative form of apprimō
adprobandus {v} :: alternative form of approbandus
adprobans {v} :: alternative form of approbans
adprobatio {f} :: alternative form of approbatio
adprobaturus {v} :: alternative form of approbaturus
adprobatus {v} :: alternative form of approbatus
adprobo {v} :: alternative form of approbo
adpronandus {v} :: alternative form of appronandus
adpronans {v} :: alternative form of appronans
adpronaturus {v} :: alternative form of appronaturus
adpronatus {v} :: alternative form of appronatus
adprono {v} :: alternative form of approno
adproperandus {v} :: alternative form of approperandus
adproperans {v} :: alternative form of approperans
adproperaturus {v} :: alternative form of approperaturus
adproperatus {v} :: alternative form of approperatus
adpropero {v} :: alternative form of appropero
adpropians {v} :: alternative form of appropians
adpropinquandus {v} :: alternative form of appropinquandus
adpropinquans {v} :: alternative form of appropinquans
adpropinquaturus {v} :: alternative form of appropinquaturus
adpropinquatus {v} :: alternative form of appropinquatus
adpropinquo {v} :: alternative form of appropinquo
adpropio {v} :: alternative form of appropio
adproximandus {v} :: alternative form of approximandus
adproximans {v} :: alternative form of approximans
adproximaturus {v} :: alternative form of approximaturus
adproximatus {v} :: alternative form of approximatus
adproximo {v} :: alternative form of approximo
adpugnandus {v} :: alternative form of appugnandus
adpugnans {v} :: alternative form of appugnans
adpugnaturus {v} :: alternative form of appugnaturus
adpugnatus {v} :: alternative form of appugnatus
adpugno {v} :: alternative form of appugno
adpulsurus {v} :: alternative form of appulsurus
adpulsus {v} :: driven or moved to
adpulsus {v} :: landed
adque {conj} :: alternative form of atque
adquiescens {v} :: alternative form of acquiescens
adquiesco {v} :: alternative form of acquiesco
adquirendus {v} :: which is to be acquired
adquirens {v} :: alternative form of acquirens
adquiro {v} :: alternative form of acquiro
adquisitio {f} :: alternative form of acquisītiō
adquisiturus {v} :: alternative form of acquisiturus
adquisitus {v} :: alternative form of acquisitus
Adrabigania {prop} {f} :: Azerbaijan
Adramyttium {prop} {n} :: A town of Mysia on the river Caicus
Adrana {prop} {f} :: The river Eder in Germany
Adranum {prop} {n} :: A city of the interior of Sicily, situated at the foot of the mount Aetna, now Adrano
ad rem {phrase} :: Pertinent; relevant
adremigo {vi} :: I row to or toward
adrependus {v} :: alternative form of arrependus
adrepens {v} :: alternative form of arrepens
adrepo {v} :: alternative form of arrepo
adrepturus {v} :: alternative form of arrepturus
adreptus {v} :: alternative form of arreptus
Adriana {prop} {f} :: given name, cognate to the English Adriana
Adrianus {prop} {m} :: given name, equivalent to Adrian
adridendus {v} :: alternative form of arridendus
adridens {v} :: alternative form of arridens
adrideo {v} :: alternative form of arrideo
adripio {v} :: I seize or snatch
adripio {v} :: I arrest
adrisurus {v} :: alternative form of arrisurus
adrisus {v} :: alternative form of arrisus
adrogandus {v} :: alternative form of arrogandus
adrogans {v} :: alternative form of arrogans
adroganter {adv} :: alternative form of arroganter
adrogantia {f} :: alternative form of arrogantia
adrogantior {adj} :: alternative form of arrogantior
adrogantissimus {adj} :: alternative form of arrogantissimus
adrogaturus {v} :: alternative form of arrogaturus
adrogatus {v} :: alternative form of arrogatus
adrogo {v} :: alternative form of arrogo
Adrumetum {prop} {n} :: alt form Hadrūmētum
Adryas {f} [Greek mythology] :: a hamadryad
adscendendus {v} :: alternative form of ascendendus
adscendens {v} :: alternative form of ascendens
adscendo {v} :: alternative form of ascendo ("I climb up"; "I rise")
adscensurus {v} :: alternative form of ascensurus
adscensus {v} :: alternative form of ascensus
adsciscendus {v} :: alternative form of asciscendus
adsciscens {v} :: alternative form of asciscens
adscisco {v} :: alternative form of ascīscō
adsciturus {v} :: alternative form of asciturus
adscitus {v} :: taken, received
adscitus {v} :: approved, accepted
adscribendus {v} :: alternative form of ascribendus
adscribens {v} :: alternative form of ascribens
adscribo {v} :: alternative form of ascribo
adscriptor {m} :: alternative form of ascriptor
adscripturus {v} :: alternative form of ascripturus
adscriptus {v} :: alternative form of ascriptus
adsectans {v} :: alternative form of assectans
adsectatio {f} :: alternative form of assectatio
adsectaturus {v} :: alternative form of assectaturus
adsectatus {v} :: alternative form of assectatus
adsector {v} :: alternative form of assector
adsecula {f} :: alternative form of assecula
adsecuturus {v} :: alternative form of assecuturus
adsecutus {v} :: alternative form of assecutus
adsellans {v} :: alternative form of assellans
adsellaturus {v} :: alternative form of assellaturus
adsellatus {v} :: alternative form of assellatus
adsellor {v} :: alternative form of assellor
adsensio {f} :: alternative form of assensio
adsensurus {v} :: alternative form of assensurus
adsensus {v} :: alternative form of assensus
adsentans {v} :: alternative form of assentans
adsentatio {f} :: alternative form of assentatio
adsentator {m} :: alternative form of assentator
adsentatorie {adv} :: alternative form of assentatorie
adsentaturus {v} :: alternative form of assentaturus
adsentatus {v} :: alternative form of assentatus
adsentiendus {v} :: alternative form of assentiendus
adsentiens {v} :: alternative form of assentiens
adsentio {v} :: alternative form of assentio
adsentior {v} :: alternative form of assentior
adsentor {v} :: alternative form of assentor
adsequens {v} :: alternative form of assequens
adsequor {v} :: alternative form of assequor ("I pursue")
adserendus {v} :: alternative form of asserendus
adserens {v} :: alternative form of asserens
adsero {v} :: alternative form of assero
adsero {v} :: alternative form of assero
adservandus {v} :: alternative form of asservandus
adservans {v} :: alternative form of asservans
adservaturus {v} :: alternative form of asservaturus
adservatus {v} :: alternative form of asservatus
adservo {v} :: alternative form of asservo
adsessurus {v} :: alternative form of assessurus
adseverandus {v} :: alternative form of asseverandus
adseverans {v} :: alternative form of asseverans
adseveranter {adv} :: alternative form of asseveranter
adseverate {adv} :: alternative form of asseverate
adseveratio {f} :: alternative form of asseveratio
adseveraturus {v} :: alternative form of asseveraturus
adseveratus {v} :: alternative form of asseveratus
adsevero {v} :: alternative form of assevero
adsibilans {v} :: alternative form of assibilans
adsibilo {v} :: alternative form of assibilo
adsiccandus {v} :: alternative form of assiccandus
adsiccans {v} :: alternative form of assiccans
adsiccaturus {v} :: alternative form of assiccaturus
adsiccatus {v} :: alternative form of assiccatus
adsicco {v} :: alternative form of assicco
adsidens {v} :: alternative form of assidens
adsideo {v} :: alternative form of assideo
adsiduandus {v} :: alternative form of assiduandus
adsiduans {v} :: alternative form of assiduans
adsiduaturus {v} :: alternative form of assiduaturus
adsiduatus {v} :: alternative form of assiduatus
adsidue {adv} :: alternative form of assidue
adsiduitas {f} :: alternative form of assiduitas
adsiduo {v} :: alternative form of assiduo
adsiduus {adj} :: alternative form of assiduus
adsignandus {v} :: alternative form of assignandus
adsignans {v} :: alternative form of assignans
adsignatio {f} :: alternative form of assignatio
adsignaturus {v} :: alternative form of assignaturus
adsignatus {v} :: alternative form of assignatus
adsignificandus {v} :: alternative form of assignificandus
adsignificans {v} :: alternative form of assignificans
adsignificaturus {v} :: alternative form of assignificaturus
adsignificatus {v} :: alternative form of assignificatus
adsignifico {v} :: alternative form of assignifico
adsigno {v} :: alternative form of assigno
adsimilatus {v} :: alternative form of assimulatus
adsimilo {v} :: alternative form of assimulo
adsimulandus {v} :: alternative form of assimulandus
adsimulans {v} :: alternative form of assimulans
adsimulaturus {v} :: alternative form of assimulaturus
adsimulatus {v} :: alternative form of assimulatus
adsimulo {v} :: alternative form of assimulo
adsistens {v} :: alternative form of assistens
adsisto {v} :: alternative form of assisto
adsistrix {f} :: alternative form of assestrix
adsiturus {v} :: alternative form of assiturus
adsitus {v} :: alternative form of assitus
adsociandus {v} :: alternative form of associandus
adsocians {v} :: alternative form of associans
adsociaturus {v} :: alternative form of associaturus
adsociatus {v} :: alternative form of associatus
adsocio {v} :: alternative form of associo
adsolandus {v} :: alternative form of assolandus
adsolans {v} :: alternative form of assolans
adsolaturus {v} :: alternative form of assolaturus
adsolatus {v} :: alternative form of assolatus
adsoleo {v} :: alternative form of assoleo
adsolo {v} :: alternative form of assolo
adsono {v} :: alternative form of assono
adspectabilis {adj} :: alternative form of aspectabilis
adspecturus {v} :: alternative form of aspecturus
adspectus {v} :: alternative form of aspectus
adspergendus {v} :: alternative form of aspergendus
adspergens {v} :: alternative form of aspergens
adspergo {v} :: alternative form of aspergo
adspersurus {v} :: alternative form of aspersurus
adspersus {v} :: alternative form of aspersus
adspiciendus {v} :: alternative form of aspicendus
adspiciens {v} :: alternative form of aspiciens
adspicio {v} :: alternative form of aspicio
adspirans {v} :: alternative form of aspirans
adspiratio {f} :: alternative form of aspiratio
adspiro {v} :: alternative form of aspiro
adstans {v} :: alternative form of astans
adstipulator {m} :: alternative form of astipulator
adstipulor {v} :: alternative form of astipulor
adsto {v} :: alternative form of asto
adstrictus {v} :: alternative form of astrictus
adstringens {v} :: alternative form of astringens
adstringo {v} :: alternative form of astringo
adstutia {f} :: diplomacy
adsuefaciens {v} :: alternative form of assuefaciens
adsuefacio {v} :: alternative form of assuefacio
adsuefacturus {v} :: alternative form of assuefacturus
adsuefactus {v} :: accustomed
adsuefactus {v} :: habituated, inured
adsuescendus {v} :: which is to be accustomed (to)
adsuescens {v} :: accustoming
adsuesco {vi} :: I get used to, become accustomed with
adsuesco {vt} [rare, poetic] :: I accustom
adsueturus {v} :: about to accustom (to)
adsuetus {adj} :: accustomed, customary, usual
adsulto {v} :: alternative form of assulto
adsum {v} [with dative] :: I am present
adsum {v} [with dative] :: I arrive
adsum {v} [with dative] :: I attend
adsumens {v} :: alternative form of assumens
adsumentum {n} :: alternative form of assumentum
adsumo {v} :: alternative form of assumo
adsumptio {f} :: alternative form of assumptio
adsumptivus {adj} :: alternative form of assūmptīvus
adsumptus {v} :: alternative form of assumptus
adsuo {v} :: alternative form of assuō
adsurgens {v} :: alternative form of assurgens
adsurgo {v} :: alternative form of assurgo
adtaminandus {v} :: alternative form of attaminandus
adtaminans {v} :: alternative form of attaminans
adtaminaturus {v} :: alternative form of attaminaturus
adtaminatus {v} :: alternative form of attaminatus
adtamino {v} :: alternative form of attamino
adtemperandus {v} :: alternative form of attemperandus
adtemperans {v} :: alternative form of attemperans
adtemperaturus {v} :: alternative form of attemperaturus
adtemperatus {v} :: alternative form of attemperatus
adtempero {v} :: alternative form of attempero
adtemptandus {v} :: alternative form of attentandus
adtemptans {v} :: alternative form of attentans
adtemptaturus {v} :: alternative form of attentaturus
adtemptatus {v} :: alternative form of attentatus
adtempto {v} :: alternative form of attento
ad tempus {prep} :: on time, punctually
ad tempus {prep} :: temporarily
ad tempus {prep} :: for the current time, for a while, at present
adtendendus {v} :: alternative form of attendendus
adtendens {v} :: alternative form of attendens
adtendo {v} :: alternative form of attendo
adtentandus {v} :: alternative form of attentandus
adtentans {v} :: alternative form of attentans
adtentaturus {v} :: alternative form of attentaturus
adtentatus {v} :: alternative form of attentatus
adtentio {f} :: alternative form of attentio
adtentior {adj} :: More attentive, careful, frugal etc
adtento {v} :: alternative form of attento
adtenturus {v} :: alternative form of attenturus
adtentus {v} :: alternative form of attentus
adtentus {adj} :: attentive, heedful
adtentus {adj} :: careful, conscientious
adtentus {adj} :: frugal, economical
adtenuandus {v} :: alternative form of attenuandus
adtenuans {v} :: alternative form of attenuans
adtenuaturus {v} :: alternative form of attenuaturus
adtenuatus {v} :: alternative form of attenuatus
adtenuo {v} :: alternative form of attenuo
adterminandus {v} :: alternative form of atterminandus
adterminans {v} :: alternative form of atterminans
adterminaturus {v} :: alternative form of atterminaturus
adterminatus {v} :: alternative form of atterminatus
adtermino {v} :: alternative form of attermino
adtero {v} :: alternative form of attero
adtestans {v} :: alternative form of attestans
adtestaturus {v} :: alternative form of attestaturus
adtestatus {v} :: alternative form of attestatus
adtestor {v} :: alternative form of attestor
adtinendus {v} :: alternative form of attinendus
adtinens {v} :: alternative form of attinens
adtineo {v} :: alternative form of attineo
adtingo {v} :: alternative form of attingō
adtitulandus {v} :: alternative form of attitulandus
adtitulans {v} :: alternative form of attitulans
adtitulaturus {v} :: alternative form of attitulaturus
adtitulatus {v} :: alternative form of attitulatus
adtitulo {v} :: alternative form of attitulo
adtolero {v} :: alternative form of attolero
adtollens {v} :: alternative form of attollens
adtollo {v} :: alternative form of attollo
adtondendus {v} :: alternative form of attondendus
adtondens {v} :: alternative form of attondens
adtondeo {v} :: alternative form of attondeo
adtonitus {v} :: alternative form of attonitus
adtono {v} :: alternative form of attono
adtonsurus {v} :: alternative form of attonsurus
adtonsus {v} :: alternative form of attonsus
adtorqueo {v} :: alternative form of attorqueo
adtractandus {v} :: alternative form of attrectandus
adtractans {v} :: alternative form of attrectans
adtractaturus {v} :: alternative form of attrectaturus
adtractatus {v} :: alternative form of attrectatus
adtracto {v} :: alternative form of attrecto
adtracturus {v} :: alternative form of attracturus
adtractus {v} :: alternative form of attractus
adtrahendus {v} :: alternative form of attrahendus
adtrahens {v} :: alternative form of attrahens
adtraho {v} :: alternative form of attraho
adtrectandus {v} :: alternative form of attrectandus
adtrectans {v} :: alternative form of attrectans
adtrectaturus {v} :: alternative form of attrectaturus
adtrectatus {v} :: alternative form of attrectatus
adtrecto {v} :: alternative form of attrecto
adtribuendus {v} :: alternative form of attribuendus
adtribuens {v} :: alternative form of attribuens
adtribulo {v} :: alternative form of attribulo
adtribuo {v} :: alternative form of attribuo
adtributio {f} :: alternative form of attributio
adtributor {m} :: alternative spelling of attribūtor
adtributurus {v} :: alternative form of attributurus
adtributus {v} :: alternative form of attributus
adtritus {v} :: alternative form of attritus
Aduatuca {prop} {f} :: A fortified place in the territory of the Tungri, now Tongeren
Aduatuci {prop} {mp} :: A Germanic tribe mentioned by Caesar
adubi {adv} :: and/but when
adulans {v} :: flattering
adulatio {f} :: fawning
adulatio {f} :: flattery
adulatio {f} :: adulation
adulator {m} :: a low cringing flatterer; a sycophant
adulatrix {f} :: flatterer (female)
adulaturus {v} :: about to flatter
adulatus {v} :: flattered
adulescens {adj} :: young, youthful
adulescens {adj} :: minor (of two boys)
adulescens {c} :: young man or woman, a youth
adulescentia {f} :: youth, youthfulness
adulescentior {v} :: I behave like a young man, behave youthfully
adulescentior {adj} :: younger
adulescentula {f} :: young girl (especially as a term of endearment)
adulescentulus {m} :: Young man
adulescentulus {m} :: Young recruit (into the army)
adulor {v} :: I fawn upon
adulor {v} :: I flatter or court
adulor {v} :: I make obeisance to
adulter {adj} :: adulterous, unchaste
adulter {adj} [by extension] :: counterfeit, false
adulter {m} :: adulterer or adulteress, paramour
adultera {f} :: adulteress
adulterandus {v} :: which is to be adulterated
adulterans {v} :: committing adultery
adulterans {v} :: adulterating, polluting, corrupting, defiling
adulteratrix {f} :: adulteress
adulteraturus {v} :: about to adulterate
adulteratus {v} :: adulterated
adulterinus {adj} :: adulterous, unchaste
adulterinus {adj} :: not genuine, false, counterfeit, impure
adulterium {n} :: adultery
adulterium {n} :: adulteration, contamination
adultero {v} :: I commit adultery (with); adulterate, pollute, corrupt, defile
adultero {v} [figuratively] :: I falsify, counterfeit, adulterate
adultus {v} :: magnified or piled up with for sacrifice; burned, sacrificed, having been sacrificed
adultus {v} :: consumed or destroyed by fire, having been destroyed by fire
adultus {v} :: grown up, matured, adult
adumbrandus {v} :: which is to be shaded, overshadowed
adumbrans {v} :: shading, overshadowing
adumbratio {f} :: sketch, outline, silhouette
adumbratio {f} :: semblance, pretense
adumbraturus {v} :: about to shade, overshadow
adumbratus {v} :: shaded, overshadowed
adumbro {v} :: I bring a shadow over something, cast a shadow on, shade or overshadow something, cover, screen
adumbro {v} [especially in painting] :: I represent an object with light and shade, shade
adumbro {v} [especially in painting] :: I represent something only in outline, sketch in shadow, silhouette, outline, sketch
adumbro {v} :: I imitate, copy, counterfeit
adunandus {v} :: which is to be united
adunans {v} :: uniting
adunatio {f} :: union, uniting
adunatio {f} [Church Latin] :: atonement
adunaturus {v} :: about to unite
adunatus {v} :: united
aduncus {adj} :: hooked, bent, curved
ad unguem {adv} :: to a hair, to a nicety, precisely, exactly, with great exactitude, to an exact measurement or standard, perfectly
aduno {v} :: I unite, make one
adurendus {v} :: which is to be kindled, set fire to, burnt
adurens {v} :: kindling
adurens {v} :: scorching, burning
adurgeo {v} :: I press close to or against; pursue closely
aduro {v} :: I kindle, set fire to
aduro {v} :: I singe, scorch, burn
adusque {adv} :: wholly, completely
adusque {prep} :: all the way to; as far as
adustio {f} :: burning
adustio {f} :: inflammation, burn
adustio {f} :: heatstroke, sunstroke
adusturus {v} :: about to kindle
adustus {v} :: kindled
adustus {v} :: singed
adustus {v} :: burnt
adutor {v} :: a false reading of abūtor in M. Porcius Cato’s “De Agri Cultura”
ad utrumque paratus {adj} :: Ready for either alternative
adv. {prep} :: abbreviation of adversus
ad valorem {phrase} :: By value
advectio {f} :: The act of bringing or conveying; transportation
advecto {v} :: I carry, bring or convey to somewhere often; import
advecturus {v} :: about to bring to, import
advectus {v} :: brought to, imported
advehendus {v} :: which is to be brought to, imported
advehens {v} :: bringing to, importing
adveho {v} :: I bring to
adveho {v} :: I import
advelandus {v} :: which is to be veiled
advelans {v} :: veiling
advelaturus {v} :: about to veil
advelatus {v} :: veiled
advelo {v} :: I put a veil on someone or something, veil, cover
advelo {v} [poetic] :: I wreathe, crown
advena {mf} :: outsider, foreigner, stranger, alien
advenerandus {v} :: which is to be venerated
advenerans {v} :: venerating
adveneraturus {v} :: about to venerate
adveneratus {v} :: venerated
adveneror {v} :: I give honor to, adore, worship
adveniendus {v} :: which is to be arrived
adveniens {v} :: arriving
advenio {vi} :: I arrive
adventicius {adj} :: foreign; strange
adventicius {adj} :: unusual, extraordinary
adventicius {adj} :: extrinsic
adventitius {adj} :: alternative form of adventicius
advento {vi} :: I come continually nearer to a point, approach, arrive at, press forward, march on, come to, draw near
adventurus {v} :: about to arrive
adventurus {m} :: an adventure
adventus {m} :: arrival, approach
adventus {v} :: having arrived
adverbero {v} :: I strike or beat on, upon or against something
adverbialis {adj} :: adverbial; of or pertaining to an adverb
adverbialissime {adv} :: superlative of adverbiāliter
adverbialiter {adv} :: adverbially; in a manner like or pertaining to an adverb
adverbialius {adv} :: comparative of adverbiāliter
adverbium {n} [grammar] :: adverb
adversandus {v} :: which is to be directed
adversans {v} :: resisting, opposing, withstanding
adversarius {m} :: enemy, adversary, opponent, rival
adversarius {adj} :: adverse, hostile
adversatrix {f} :: antagonist, adversary (female)
adversaturus {v} :: about to direct
adversatus {v} :: directed
adversio {f} :: turning, directing (one thing towards another)
adversissimus {adj} :: most or very adverse
adverso {v} :: I apply the mind
adverso {v} :: I direct the attention
adversor {v} :: I stand opposite; I am against, resist, oppose; withstand
adversum {adv} :: Against, in the way, towards (see obviam)
adversurus {v} :: about to turn
adversus {v} :: set opposite, adverse, having been set against
adversus {v} :: turned toward, having been turned toward
adversus {v} :: hostile
advertendus {v} :: which is to be turned
advertens {v} :: turning towards
advertentia {f} :: knowledge
advertentia {f} :: awareness
adverto {v} :: I turn to or towards
adverto {v} :: I steer or pilot (a ship)
adverto {v} :: I give or draw attention to
advesperascens {v} :: approaching evening
advesperascit {v} [impersonal] :: evening approaches
advicturus {v} :: about to survive
advictus {v} :: survived
advigilans {v} :: vigilating
advigilaturus {v} :: about to vigilate
advigilo {v} :: I am watchful or vigilant for, watch by or at, keep guard over
advigilo {v} :: I bestow care or attention upon something, watch for
advivendus {v} :: which is to be survived
advivens {v} :: surviving
advivo {v} :: I live with
advivo {v} :: I survive
advocamentum {n} :: legal assistance; counsel
advocamentum {n} :: delay, adjournment
advocamentum {n} :: consolation
advocandus {v} :: which is to be invoked
advocans {v} :: summoning, invoking
Advocati {prop} {m} :: given name, characters in the play Poenulus by Plautus
advocatio {f} :: legal assistance; counsel
advocatio {f} :: delay, adjournment
advocatio {f} :: consolation
advocaturus {v} :: about to invoke
advocatus {m} :: One called to aid
advocatus {m} [legal] :: advocate, attendant (friend who supports in a trial)
advocatus {m} :: witness, supporter
advocatus {m} :: mediator
advocatus {v} :: called, invited, summoned
advocatus {v} :: consoled
advocatus diaboli {m} :: the devil's advocate, an officer of the Church whose role it is to argue against the canonization or beatification of a saint
advocatus et non latro, res miranda populo {phrase} :: an advocate and not a bandit, (what) a marvelous thing for the people!
advoco {v} :: I call, invite or summon someone to a place, invoke
advoco {v} :: I get a respite, delay
advoco {v} :: I give consolation, console; recommend
advoco {v} [legal] :: I call in as aid, assistant, witness or counsellor
advolatio {f} :: flying towards
advolatus {v} :: having been flown to
advolatus {m} :: a flying towards
advolo {v} :: I fly to or toward
advolo {v} [figuratively] :: I run, dash or come to or toward, swoop on
advoluturus {v} :: about to roll towards
advolutus {v} :: rolled towards
advolvendus {v} :: which is to be rolled towards
advolvens {v} :: rolling towards
advolvo {v} :: I roll to or toward
advolvo {v} :: I throw myself at the feet of someone, fall at, prostrate myself before
Adyrmachidae {mp} :: A tribe of Marmarica mentioned by Pliny
adytum {n} [literally] :: shrine, Holy of Holies (the innermost or most secret part of a temple or other sacred place; the sanctuary, which none but priests could enter, and from which oracles were delivered)
adytum {n} [more generally] :: a secret place or chamber
adytum {n} [transferred sense, of the dead] :: a grave, tomb, or mausoleum
adytum {n} [figuratively] :: the inmost recesses
adytus {m} :: alternative form of adytum
adzelor {v} :: I am zealous against someone, am angry with
Aeaces {prop} {m} :: A tyrant of Samos and son of Syloson
Aebutius {prop} {m} :: a Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name" famously held by:
Aebutius {prop} {m} :: Titus Aebutius Elva, a Roman consul
Aebutius {adj} :: of or pertaining to the gens Aebutia
Aecae {prop} {fp} :: an inland town of Apulia, now Troia
aecor {n} :: alternative form of aequor
Aeculanum {prop} {n} :: A city of Hirpinia, in Samnium, situated near Beneventum
Aedepsus {prop} {f} :: A town on the north-western coast of Euboea
aedes {f} :: alternative form of aedis
Aedesa {prop} {f} :: A river of Lycia mentioned by Pliny
aedicula {f} :: diminutive of aedēs
aedicula {f} :: a small temple; chapel
aedicula {f} :: a small house or room
aedifex {f} :: builder
aedificandus {v} :: which is to be built, erected, established or created
aedificans {v} :: building, erecting, establishing
aedificatio {f} :: building, constructing (act of)
aedificatio {f} :: building, structure, edifice
aedificatio {f} :: instructing, edification
aedificaturus {v} :: about to build or create
aedificatus {v} :: built, erected, established
aedificatus {v} :: created, framed
aedificium {n} :: building, structure
aedifico {v} :: I build, erect, establish; I create, frame
aedilicius {adj} :: aedile (attributive)
aedilis {m} :: aedile; commissioner of works
aedilitas {f} :: aedileship
aedis {f} :: temple, shrine
aedis {f} :: tomb
aedis {f} :: room
aedis {f} :: sing. dwelling (of gods) pl. house, abode (for people)
aeditua {f} :: a female sacristan (custodian of a temple)
aeditualis {adj} :: sacristan (attributive)
aedituens {m} :: a temple keeper
aeditumor {v} :: I keep or take care of a temple
aedituus {m} :: sacristan (originally the keeper of a temple)
aedituus {m} :: priest, minister
aedon {f} :: The nightingale
Aedui {prop} {mp} :: A tribe of Gallia Lugdunensis whose chief town was Bibracte
Aefula {prop} {f} :: a small town of Latium
Aegae {prop} {fp} :: One of the twelve towns of Achaia
Aegae {prop} {fp} :: A town of Macedonia and the burial place of the local kings
Aegae {prop} {fp} :: A town in Euboea, situated north of Chalcis
aegaeus {adj} :: Of or relating to the Aegean Sea or the regions bordering it
Aegates {prop} {m} :: The Egadi Islands
aeger {adj} :: sick, ill
aeger {adj} [figuratively] :: difficult, reluctant, troublesome
aeger {adj} [figuratively] :: anxious, troubled, sad
aeger {m} :: sick person, invalid
aegerrimus {adj} :: sickest; most sick or ill
Aegiae {prop} {fp} :: A town of Laconia situated near Gythium
Aegialus {prop} {m} [geography] :: The ancient name of Achaia
Aegida {prop} {f} :: A town of Istria, now Capodistria
Aegidius {prop} {m} [Late Latin] :: given name
Aegimurus {prop} {f} :: A lofty island off the coast of Africa, now Zembra
Aegina {prop} {f} :: Aegina
Aeginium {prop} {n} :: an ancient town of Tymphaea
Aegipius {prop} {m} :: A river situated in the territory of the Melanchlaeni
Aegira {prop} {f} :: a town of Achaia and member of the Achean league
Aegira {prop} {f} :: another name of the island of Lesbos
aegis {f} :: the aegis
aegis {f} :: of Zeus or Jupiter
aegis {f} :: of Athena or Minerva
aegis {f} :: a shield, a defence
aegis {f} [in the writings of Ovid] :: the jewelry by which maidens try to conceal their ugliness
aegis {f} :: the heartwood of the larch
ægis {f} :: alternative typography of aegis
Aegisthus {prop} {m} [Greek mythology] :: Aegisthus
aegithus {m} :: A kind of bird, perhaps the titmouse or the red linnet
Aegitium {prop} {n} :: an ancient town of Aetolia situated on the borders of Locris
Aegium {prop} :: Aigio
aegocephalos {m} :: An unknown kind of bird
aegolios {m} :: A kind of screech owl
aegre {adv} :: scarcely, hardly, painfully
aegre {adv} :: reluctantly, uncomfortably
aegreo {v} :: I am ill or sick
aegresco {v} :: I become sick, ill
aegrissime {adv} :: superlative of aegre
aegritudo {f} :: illness, sickness
aegritudo {f} :: grief, sorrow
aegrius {adv} :: comparative of aegre
aegror {m} :: illness, sickness, disease
aegrotans {v} :: being ill or sick
aegrotans {v} :: sickening (for)
aegrotaticius {adj} :: sickly (often ill)
aegrotatio {f} :: illness, sickness, disease, infirmity (of the body)
aegroto {vi} :: I am ill or sick
aegrotus {adj} :: sick, ill, diseased, suffering
Aegusa {prop} {f} :: One of the Aegates islands, now Favignana
Aegyptiace {adv} :: in the manner of Egyptian, after an Egyptian fashion
aegyptiacus {adj} :: Egyptian
Aegyptiacus {adj} [Late Latin] :: Egyptian
aegypticus {adj} :: Egyptian
aegyptilla {f} :: A precious stone coming from Egypt, probably a kind of onyx
aegyptius {adj} :: Egyptian; of or pertaining to Egypt
aegyptus {adj} :: Egyptian, of or pertaining to the Egyptian people
Aegyptus {prop} {f} :: Egypt
aelinos {m} :: dirge
Aelius {prop} {m} :: a Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name" famously held by:
Aelius {prop} {m} :: Quintus Aelius Tubero, a Roman jurist
Aelius {prop} {m} :: Publius Aelius Paetus, a Roman consul
Aelius {adj} :: of or pertaining to the gens Aelia
Aello {prop} {f} [Greek mythology] :: One of the harpy sisters
Aello {prop} {f} [Greek mythology] :: One of the dogs of Actaeon
aemidus {adj} :: swollen
Aemilia {prop} {f} :: praenomen
Aemilius {prop} {m} :: A Roman gens name
Aeminium {prop} {n} :: a city of Lusitania situated near Conimbriga
aemulandus {v} :: which is to be emulated
aemulans {v} :: emulating, copying
aemulatio {f} :: The endeavor to be equal to or match another in something; emulation, ambition; rivalry, competition
aemulatio {f} :: Jealousy, envy, malevolence
aemulator {m} :: emulator, imitator
aemulator {m} :: rival
aemulatrix {f} :: female emulator
aemulatrix {f} :: female rival
aemulaturus {v} :: about to emulate
aemulatus {v} :: emulated, copied
aemulatus {m} :: rivalry, jealousy
aemulatus {m} :: emulation
aemulor {v} :: I endeavour to equal or excel someone, rival, vie with; emulate; copy
aemulor {v} :: I equal someone by emulating
aemulor {v} :: I am envious or jealous of
aemulus {adj} :: striving to equal or excel, rivaling
aemulus {adj} :: in a bad sense, envious, jealous
Aemyndus {prop} {f} :: An island of the Ceramic Gulf
Aenaria {prop} {f} :: An island off the coast of Campania, nearly opposite to Misenum, now Ischia
Aeneas {prop} {m} :: Aeneas
aeneator {m} :: trumpeter (military)
Aeneis {prop} {f} :: The Aeneid
aenescens {adj} [New Latin] :: copper- or bronze-coloured
aeneus {adj} :: copper, bronze (attributive)
aeneus {adj} :: brazen
aenigma {n} :: a riddle, enigma
aenigma {n} :: an allegory
aenigmaticus {adj} :: enigmatic
aenigmaticus {adj} :: obscure
aenigmaticus {adj} :: puzzling
Aeningia {prop} {f} :: An island mentioned by Pliny situated near Scandinavia
aenitologium {n} :: a dactylic verse with an iambic penthemimeris
Aenobarbus {prop} {m} :: A Roman cognomen — famously held by:
Aenobarbus {prop} {m} :: Gnaeus Domitius Ahenobarbus, a Roman consul
Aenona {prop} {f} :: a city of Liburnia situated near the shore of the Adriatic Sea, now Nin or Nona
aenum {n} :: copper vessel, cauldron
aenus {adj} :: copper, bronze (attributive)
Aenus {prop} {m} :: A river of Noricum and tributary river of the Danube, now called Inn
Aenus {prop} {f} :: a city of Thrace situated near the mouth of the river Hebrus
Aeoliae {prop} {fp} :: a group of volcanic islands lying in the Tyrrhenian Sea to the north of Sicily, the Lipari Islands
aeolicus {adj} :: Aeolic
aeon {m} [Late Latin] :: age, eternity
aeon {m} [Late Latin] :: the Gnostic Aeons
aequabilis {adj} :: equal, similar, like
aequabilis {adj} :: equable, consistent, uniform
aequabilis {adj} :: morally right, just
aequabilissime {adv} :: superlative of aequābiliter
aequabilitas {f} :: equality, uniformity, equability
aequabilitas {f} [legal] :: equity, justice, impartiality
aequabilitas {f} [speech] :: uniformity of style
aequabiliter {adv} :: uniformly, equally, in like manner
aequabilius {adv} :: comparative of aequābiliter
aequalis {adj} :: equal, like
aequalis {adj} :: comparable, contemporary
aequalis {adj} :: coeval, coexistent
aequalis {adj} :: similar, resembling in size or form
aequalis {adj} :: uniform, equable, unvarying
aequalissime {adv} :: superlative of aequāliter
aequalitas {f} :: equality, similarity, uniformity
aequalitas {f} :: political equality
aequalitas {f} :: equality of age
aequalitas {f} :: evenness, levelness
aequaliter {adv} :: uniformly, equally, in like manner
aequalius {adv} :: comparative of aequāliter
aequam memento rebus in arduis servare mentem {proverb} :: Remember to keep a clear head in difficult times
aequandus {v} :: which is to be equalized
aequanimis {adj} [Late Latin] :: alternative form of aequanimus
aequanimitas {f} :: goodwill, kindness, favor
aequanimitas {f} :: calmness, patience, equanimity
aequanimus {adj} [Late Latin] :: serene, calm
aequans {v} :: equalizing, making equal
aequans {v} :: comparing, placing on equal footing with
aequans {v} :: leveling, smoothing
aequans {v} :: making fair or right
aequans {v} :: becoming equal with
aequatio {f} :: an equalization, equal distribution
aequator {m} :: equalizer
aequator {m} :: equator
Aequatoria {prop} {f} :: Ecuador
aequatorialis {adj} :: equatorial
aequatoriensis {adj} :: Ecuadorian
aequaturus {v} :: about to equalize
aequatus {v} :: equalized, having been made equal
aequatus {v} :: compared, having been placed on equal footing with
aequatus {v} :: leveled, smoothed, having been leveled
aequatus {v} :: having been made fair or right
aequatus {v} :: having become equal with
aeque {adv} :: equally, as, just as, in like manner
aeque {adv} :: as much as
aeque {adv} :: justly, with equity
Aequi {prop} :: An Italic tribe of northeast Latium and the central Apennines of Italy who appear in the early history of ancient Rome
aequicus {adj} :: Aequian
aequidistans {adj} :: equidistant
aequidistans {adj} :: parallel
aequidisto {v} :: I am equidistant to/from
aequiformis {adj} :: uniform; having successive words connected
aequilavium {n} [of wool] :: half of the whole
aequilibris {adj} :: in perfect equilibrium
aequilibris {adj} :: level, horizontal
aequilibritas {f} :: equilibrium, especially referring to the powers of nature in equal proportion
aequilibrium {n} :: A level or horizontal position, equilibrium
aequilibrium {n} [figuratively] :: A perfect equality, reciprocity
aequinoctiale {n} :: equinox
aequinoctialis {adj} :: equinoctial (pertaining to the equinox)
aequinoctium {n} :: equinox
aequior {adj} :: More level, even or equal
aequior {adj} :: More just, impartial or fair
aequiparandus {v} :: alternative form of aequiperandus
aequiparans {v} :: alternative form of aequiperans
aequiparaturus {v} :: alternative form of aequiperaturus
aequiparatus {v} :: alternative form of aequiperatus
aequiparo {v} :: alternative form of aequipero
aequipero {vt} :: I put on a level with, compare, liken
aequipero {vi} :: I am placed on an level with, become equal to, come up or attain to, equal
aequipollens {adj} :: equivalent (having equal value or significance)
aequipollens {adj} [physics] :: equipollent
aequipondium {n} :: counterpoise, counterweight
aequisonus {adj} :: Of equal sound, equal-sounding
aequisonus {adj} [substantive, music] :: æquison (an equisonant note)
aequissimus {adj} :: most or very level, even, equal, fair etc
aequitas {f} :: uniformity, evenness, equalness
aequitas {f} :: equality, equanimity
aequitas {f} :: impartiality, fairness, justice
aequiter {adv} [rare] :: equally, as, just as, in like manner
aequivalens {v} :: being equivalent, having equal power; equivalent
aequivalentia {f} [Late Latin] :: equal force or value, equivalence
aequivaleo {v} :: I am equivalent, have equal power
aequivocatio {f} :: equivocation
aequivoco {v} [Late Latin] :: I call or name in the same way
aequivocus {adj} [Late Latin] :: equivocal, ambiguous
aequo {v} :: I make equal to something else
aequo {v} :: I compare; I place on equal footing with
aequo {v} :: I make level or smooth
aequo {v} :: I make fair or right
aequo {v} :: I become equal with
aequor {n} :: even surface
aequor {n} :: even surface of the sea in its quiet state; the calm, smooth sea; the sea level
aequor {n} :: the sea (even when agitated by storms)
aequor {n} :: the plain
aequoreus {adj} :: Of or pertaining to the sea
aequum {n} :: what is right or fair
aequum {n} :: level ground
aequum {n} :: equal footing
aequus {adj} :: equal
aequus {adj} :: level, even
aequus {adj} :: calm
aequus {adj} :: fair, impartial
aequus {adj} :: just
aer {mf} :: air
aera {f} [Late Latin] :: era or epoch from which time is measured
aerae vulgaris {phrase} :: Common Era
aeramen {n} [Late Latin] :: copper, bronze
aeramentum {n} :: a copper or bronze vessel
aerarium {n} :: treasury
aerarium {n} [specifically] :: The place in the Temple of Saturn at Rome, where the public treasure was kept
aerarius {adj} :: copper, bronze (attributive)
aerarius {m} :: coppersmith
aerarius {m} :: lowest class citizen (paid poll tax but couldn't vote)
aeratus {adj} :: made or covered with brass or bronze, brazen (used sarcastically of a rich person)
aere perennius {phrase} :: more lasting than bronze/brass
aereus {adj} :: copper, bronze (attributive)
aeriformis {adj} :: gaseous
aerinus {adj} [attributive] :: darnel, cockle
aerinus {adj} :: aerial
aeriportus {m} [New Latin] :: airport
aerius {adj} :: Of or pertaining to the air, aerial
aerius {adj} :: Rising aloft, high, airy
aerizusa {f} :: A kind of precious stone (maybe the turquoise)
aero {m} :: a wicker basket, a hamper
aerodynamicus {adj} :: aerodynamic
aerofaciens {adj} :: that makes air (oxygen)
aerogenes {adj} [New Latin] :: gas-producing
aerolithus {m} :: aerolite
aeromantia {f} :: Divination from the state of the air; aeromancy
aeronauticus {adj} :: aeronautic
aeronauticus {adj} [substantive] :: aircrew
aeroplanum {n} [New Latin] :: airplane
Aeropus {prop} {m} :: A king of Macedonia
aerosus {adj} :: full of copper
aeruca {f} :: verdigris, patina
aerugino {v} :: I become rusty or cankered
aeruginosus {adj} :: rusty, covered with copper rust
aerugo {f} :: rust of copper, verdigris
aerugo {f} :: canker of the mind, ill will, envy, avarice
aerumna {f} :: need, want
aerumna {f} :: trouble, toil, hardship
aerumna {f} :: distress, tribulation, calamity
aerumnosissimus {adj} :: most or very wretched etc
aerumnosus {adj} :: suffering, wretched, miserable
aeruscator {m} :: A person who roams a country, obtaining his living by exhibiting trickery; itinerant juggler or entertainer
aeruscator {m} :: a beggar
aerusco {v} :: I get money by going about and exhibiting tricks; play the juggler
aerusco {v} [by extension] :: I go begging
aes {n} :: money, pay, fee, fare
aes {n} :: copper, bronze, brass
aes {n} :: payment, debt
Aeschines {prop} {m} :: A celebrated Greek statesman and orator
Aeschrion {prop} :: A poet of Samos
aesculetum {n} :: a forest of Italian oaks (Quercus frainetto)
Aesculetum {n} :: a location in Rome
aesculus {f} :: the tallest species of oak, the winter oak or Italian oak (with edible acorns), sacred to Jupiter
Aesepus {prop} {m} :: An important river of Mysia, flowing into the Sea of Marmara between the mouth of the Granicus and Cyzicus
Aesernia {prop} {f} :: a city of Samnium, situated in the valley of the Vulturnus, now Isernia
Aesis {prop} {m} :: A river of Picenum that flows into the Adriatic Sea between Ancon and Sena Gallica, now the river Esino
Aesis {prop} {f} [elliptic form of colonia Aesis] :: A town on the river Aesis
Aesius {prop} {m} :: A river of Bithynia mentioned by Pliny
Aesopicus {adj} :: Aesopian, of or pertaining to Aesop
aestas {f} :: summer
Aestii {prop} {mp} :: A tribe settled in the Baltic region and bordering on the Venedi
aestimabilis {adj} :: estimable, valuable, worthy of appraisement
aestimandus {v} :: which is to be determined or estimated
aestimans {v} :: appraising, assessing; estimating, reckoning
aestimatio {f} :: valuation, estimation according to its worth
aestimatio {f} :: assessment of damage
aestimativas {f} :: estimation
aestimaturus {v} :: about to estimate
aestimatus {v} :: assessed, estimated, reckoned, considered
aestimo {v} :: I determine the value of something; value, price, rate, appraise, assess; estimate, reckon, consider, judge
aestimo {v} :: I estimate the moral value of something; hold, weigh, value
aestivalis {adj} :: of summer
aestivalis {adj} :: for use during summer
aestivo {vi} :: I spend or pass the summer in a place
aestivus {adj} :: summer (attributive)
aestuabundus {adj} :: foaming
aestuabundus {adj} :: fermenting
aestuandus {v} :: which is to be tossed
aestuans {v} :: writhing
aestuarianus {adj} :: estuarine
aestuarium {n} :: tidal marsh or opening
aestuarium {n} :: creek
aestuarium {n} :: estuary of a river
aestuarium {n} :: air shaft of a mine
aestuaturus {v} :: about to writhe
aestuatus {v} :: agitated
aestuo {v} :: I am in agitation or violent commotion, move to and fro, writhe, rage, toss, boil up, heave
aestuo {v} [of fire] :: I burn, blaze, rage
aestuo {v} [of the effect of fire] :: I am warm or hot, swelter, glow, burn
aestuo {v} [of water] :: I rise in waves or billows, surge, whirl, seethe
aestuo {v} [figuratively, of emotions] :: I burn with desire, am agitated or excited, am inflamed, fret
aestuo {v} [figuratively, of emotions] :: I vacillate, hesitate, am in doubt or undecided
aestuosus {adj} :: hot
aestuosus {adj} :: sultry
aestuosus {adj} :: agitated
aestus {m} :: heat
aestus {m} :: fire
aestus {m} :: tide
aestus {m} :: surge of the sea
aestus {m} [figuratively] :: passion
aestus {m} [figuratively] :: hesitation
aesum {n} :: houseleek
Aesyros {prop} {m} :: A river of Bithynia mentioned by Pliny
aetas {f} :: lifetime, age
aetas {f} [metonymic] :: a generation
aetatula {f} :: youth (tender age of childhood)
aeternalis {adj} :: everlasting, eternal
aeternandus {v} :: which is to be immortalized
aeternans {v} :: immortalizing
aeternaturus {v} :: about to immortalize
aeternatus {v} :: immortalized
aeternitas {f} :: eternity
aeterno {v} :: I immortalize or perpetuate
aeterno {adv} :: always, perpetually, constantly
aeternum {adv} :: eternally, always, perpetually, constantly
aeternus {adj} :: permanent, lasting, perpetual
aeternus {adj} :: eternal, endless
aeternus {adj} :: immortal
Aethalia {prop} {f} :: an island near Ephesus
Aethalia {prop} {f} :: synonym of Chios (Chios: an island in the eastern Aegaean Sea)
Aethalia {prop} {f} :: synonym of Ilva (Elba: the largest island of the Tuscan Archipelago, in the Tyrrhenian Sea)
Æthalia {prop} {f} :: alternative typography of Aethalia
Aethalides {prop} {m} :: given name
Aethalos {prop} {m} :: given name
aethalus {m} :: a sort of grape in Egypt, the soot-grape
aether {m} :: the upper, pure, bright air; ether; the heavens
aether {m} :: the air or sky; light of day
aether {m} :: the upper world, the earth (as opposed to the lower world)
aether {m} :: the brightness or ethereal matter surrounding a deity
aetherius {adj} :: Of or pertaining to the ether, the sky, or the air or upper air; ethereal; aloft
aetherius {adj} :: Of or pertaining to heaven; celestial, heavenly; sent by heaven; divine
aetherius {adj} :: Of or pertaining to the upper world or of the world of the living
Aethiopia {prop} {f} :: Ethiopia, a broad region of eastern Africa
aethiopicus {adj} :: Ethiopian, of or pertaining to the Ethiopian people
aethiopicus {adj} [substantive] :: An Ethiopian (person)
aethiopius {adj} :: Ethiopian
Aethiops {prop} {m} :: Any of dark-skinned peoples living in Upper Egypt or beyond
Aethiops {prop} {m} :: Ethiopian
Aethiops {prop} {m} :: Negro
aethiopus {adj} :: Ethiopian, of or pertaining to the Ethiopian people
aethiopus {adj} [substantive] :: An Ethiopian (person)
Aethlius {prop} {m} :: A Greek historian of Samos
aethra {f} :: The upper, pure air; the bright, clear, serene sky; the air, heavens, sky
aetitis {f} :: A kind of gem resembling the color of the eagle
Aetna {prop} {f} :: Mount Etna (the celebrated volcano of Sicily, in the interior of which, according to fable, was the forge of Vulcan, where the cyclops forged thunderbolts for Jupiter, and under which the latter buried the monster Typhon)
Aetna {prop} {f} [Greek mythology, Roman mythology] :: Aetna (nymph in Sicily)
Aetna {prop} {f} :: Aetna (city situated at the foot of Mount Etna)
Aetne {prop} {f} :: alternative form of Aetna
Aetolia {prop} {f} [geography] :: Aetolia
aeviternitas {f} :: alternative form of aeternitas
aeviternitas {f} [philosophy] :: aeviternity, aevum, a mean between time and eternity
aevum {n} :: time, eternity
aevum {n} :: lifetime, age, generation
aevum {n} [Medieval Latin, philosophy] :: aevum, the mean between time and eternity, aeviternity
Aezari {prop} {mp} :: A tribe of Marmarica mentioned by Ptolemy
afa {f} :: dust
afannae {f} :: trifles, nonsense
afarensis {adj} :: Of or pertaining to the Afar Depression of Ethiopia and neighboring countries
Afer {adj} :: from Africa (the region of modern-day Tunisia)
Afer {prop} {m} [Roman Republic] :: a Carthaginian
Afer {prop} {m} [Roman Empire] :: cognomen applied to a native of the province of Africa:
Afer {prop} {m} :: Publius Terentius Afer, a Roman playwright
affabilis {adj} :: That can be easily spoken to or accessed; affable, courteous, kind, friendly
affabilissime {adv} :: superlative of affābiliter
affabilitas {f} :: Affability, courtesy, kindness
affabiliter {adv} :: Courteously, affably, kindly
affabilius {adv} :: comparative of affābiliter
affabre {adv} :: ingeniously, skilfully
affamen {n} :: An accosting; greeting, address
affandus {v} :: which is to be implored
affans {v} :: imploring
affatim {adv} :: sufficiently, amply, enough
affatim {adv} :: incessantly, urgently, to satiety or fatigue
affaturus {v} :: about to implore
affatus {v} :: addressed, accosted, implored
affectandus {v} :: which is to be pretended
affectans {v} :: pretending
affectatio {f} :: The act of striving after
affectatio {f} [rhetoric] :: The act of striving for effect in discourse; affectation
affectator {m} :: aspirant (zealous seeker)
affectatrix {f} :: aspirant (zealous seeker) (female)
affectaturus {v} :: about to pretend
affectatus {v} :: pretended
affectio {f} :: The relation or disposition towards something produced in a person
affectio {f} :: A change in the state of the body or mind of a person; feeling, emotion
affectio {f} :: Love, affection or good will towards somebody
affectio {f} :: Will, volition, inclination
affectionatus {adj} :: affectionate, loving
affecto {v} :: I strive after, pursue, aim to do; desire, aspire at
affecto {v} [with viam] :: I enter on or take a way, set out on, journey
affecto {v} [with spem] :: I cling to, cherish
affecto {v} :: I seize, lay hold of
affecto {v} :: I seek to draw, try to win over or attempt to lay hold of
affecto {v} :: I pretend to have, affect, feign
affecturus {v} :: about to affect
affectus {m} :: affection, mood, emotion, feeling
affectus {m} :: affection, fondness, compassion, sympathy, love
affectus {v} :: (having been) endowed with, possessed of
affectus {v} :: (having been) affected
affectus {v} :: (having been) impaired, (having been) weakened
afferendus {v} :: which is to be conducted
afferens {v} :: conducting (carrying forth)
afferens {v} :: delivering, announcing, reporting etc
affero {v} :: I carry forth; I bring forth; conduct
affero {v} :: I bring, bear or carry information, deliver, report, announce, inform, publish
affero {v} :: I bring something on someone; cause, effect, impart, give, occasion; bring to or upon
affero {v} :: I bring forwards, allege, assert, adduce
affero {v} :: I bring forth as a product, yield, bear, produce
affero {v} :: I contribute or offer something to, I am useful in
affero {v} [with manus] :: I lay hands on, attack, assail; rob, plunder; nullify
afficiendus {v} :: which is to be affected
afficiens {v} :: affecting
afficio {v} :: I treat, manage, handle
afficio {v} :: I influence, have an effect on
afficio {v} :: I attack, afflict, weaken, impair
afficturus {v} :: about to affix
affictus {v} :: affixed
affidavit {v} :: Third person singular perfect tense of affidare ("to swear")
affidentio {v} :: to support, to sponsor
affidentio {v} :: to tighten, strengthen
affidentio {v} :: to guarantee
affido {v} [Medieval Latin] :: I swear, I promise fidelity
affigendus {v} :: which is to be attached
affigens {v} :: fixing, fastening onto
affigens {v} :: annexing
affigens {v} :: imprinting, impressing on
affigo {v} :: I fix or fasten on to; I affix or attach
affigo {v} :: I annex
affigo {v} :: I imprint or impress on
affiguro {v} :: I form or fashion a word after an analogy of something else
Affilae {prop} {fp} :: A town of Latium situated on the valley of the Anio
affingendus {v} :: which is to be affixed
affingens {v} :: attaching, affixing
affingens {v} :: embellishing
affingo {v} :: I add to; I attach or affix
affingo {v} :: I embellish
affingo {v} :: I forge or counterfeit
affinis {adj} :: neighbouring, allied to, kindred
affinitas {f} :: relationship or alliance by marriage
affinitas {f} :: relationship, affinity, union, connection
affirmandus {v} :: which is to be affirmed
affirmans {v} :: affirming, asserting, maintaining
affirmans {v} :: strengthening, confirm, corroborating
affirmatio {f} :: affirmation, declaration, assertion
affirmatio {f} :: confirmation
affirmativus {adj} :: affirming, affirmative
affirmaturus {v} :: about to affirm
affirmatus {v} :: affirmed
affirmo {v} :: I present (something) as fixed, firm, or true; affirm, assert, maintain
affirmo {v} :: I strengthen, confirm, corroborate
affirmo {v} :: (figurative) I make clear
affixurus {v} :: about to attach
affixus {v} :: attached
afflandus {v} :: which is to be blown, breathed on
afflans {v} :: blowing, breathing (on or towards)
afflaturus {v} :: about to blow, breathe towards
afflatus {v} :: blown, breathed on, having been blown or breathed on
afflectendus {v} :: which is to be influenced
afflectens {v} :: influencing
afflecto {v} :: I direct, turn, persuade or influence to or towards
affleo {v} :: I weep at
afflexurus {v} :: about to influence
afflexus {v} :: influenced
afflictandus {v} :: which is to be struck down repeatedly, tormented, harassed
afflictandus {v} :: which is to be damaged, injured or shattered
afflictans {v} :: striking, repeatedly striking, harassing; damaging, injuring, shattering
afflictans {v} :: troubling, afflicting, agitating, vexing, tormenting, distressing, harassing
afflictans {v} :: making unhappy, destroying, ruining, harming, debilitating, enervating, weakening
afflictans {v} :: saddening
afflictans {v} :: downtrodding, vituperating
afflictatus {v} :: alternative form of adflictatus
afflictio {f} :: pain, suffering, torment
afflicto {v} :: I strike or strike down repeatedly, harass; damage, injure, shatter
afflicto {v} :: I trouble, afflict, agitate, vex, torment, distress, harass
afflictor {m} :: destroyer, subverter
afflicturus {v} :: about to strike against
afflicturus {v} :: about to damage
afflicturus {v} :: about to overthrow
afflictus {v} :: afflicted
affligendus {v} :: which is to be afflicted
affligens {v} :: striking against
affligens {v} :: damaging
affligens {v} :: overthrowing
affligo {v} :: I strike, beat, dash (against); cast or throw down, prostrate
affligo {v} :: I afflict, damage, injure, crush, break or ruin
affligo {v} :: I humble, weaken or vex
affligo {v} :: I overthrow
afflo {v} :: I blow, breathe (on or towards)
affluens {v} :: flowing, running or floating to, towards or in
affluens {v} :: running or flocking to or towards
affluens {v} :: overflowing with, abounding in, having in abundance
affluens {v} [by extension] :: abundant, plentiful, abounding, affluent
affluenter {adv} :: abundantly, copiously
affluenter {adv} :: luxuriously, extravagantly
affluentia {f} :: a flowing to, flow to
affluentia {f} :: abundance, copiousness
affluentia {f} :: extravagance, opulence, affluence
affluentissime {adv} :: superlative of affluenter
affluentius {adv} :: comparative of affluenter
affluo {v} :: I flow, run or float to, towards or in
affluo {v} :: I come to in haste; run, hasten or flock to or towards
affluo {v} [with ablative] :: I flow with something in rich abundance, overflow with, abound in, have in abundance
affodio {v} :: I dig in addition to, add by digging
affor {v} :: I speak to, address, accost, implore
affor {v} [in a passive sense] :: I fix the use of the auspices, I am destined
afformido {vi} :: I am afraid
affossus {v} :: having been added by digging; having additionally been dug
affremo {v} :: I roar, rage or growl (at)
affricandus {v} :: which is to be rubbed
affricans {v} :: rubbing
affricaturus {v} :: about to rub
affricatus {v} :: rubbed
affrico {v} :: I rub on or against something
affrico {v} :: I communicate or impart by rubbing
affrictus {v} :: alternative form of affricatus
affrio {vt} :: I rub, break or crumble to pieces; crumble over, grate
affulgens {v} :: shining, dawning on
affulgeo {v} :: I shine on someone or something
affulgeo {v} [figuratively] :: I appear, dawn or shine forth favorably upon
affundendus {v} :: alternative form of adfundendus
affundens {v} :: alternative form of adfundens
affundo {v} :: alternative form of adfundo
affusurus {v} :: alternative form of adfusurus
affusus {v} :: alternative form of adfusus
Afgania {prop} {f} :: Afghanistan
afganicus {adj} :: Afghani
afganicus {adj} :: Pashto
afghanicus {adj} :: alternative form of afganicus
afghanus {adj} :: Afghan
Afranius {prop} {m} :: a Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name" famously held by:
Afranius {prop} {m} :: Lucius Afranius, a Roman poet
Afranius {adj} :: of or pertaining to the gens Afrania
afrasiaticus {adj} :: Afroasiatic
Africa {prop} {f} :: Northwestern Africa, the territory of Carthage, the African coast west of the Nile
Africa {prop} {f} :: Name of a Roman province from 146 BC to AD 293 (later split into Africa Zeugitana and Africa Byzacena under Diocletian)
Africa {prop} {f} :: Africa as a continent, understood as the quarter of the globe south of the Mediterranean
Africa Australis {prop} {f} [New Latin] :: South Africa
africanus {adj} :: African
africia {noun} [Late Latin, rare] :: a type of cake used in sacrifices
africus {adj} :: African
afroasiaticus {adj} :: Afro-Asiatic
afuturus {v} :: about to be away or absent
ag- {prefix} :: alternative form of ad-
Aga {prop} {f} :: A mountain of Armenia mentioned by Pliny
agaga {m} :: mediator
Agamatae {mp} :: A tribe of Asian Scythia mentioned by Pliny
agamus {adj} :: unmarried
Agandei {prop} {mp} :: A tribe of northern Asia mentioned by Pliny
agape {f} :: agape (Christian love or charity)
agape {f} :: agape (the love feast of the early Christian Church)
agaricum {n} :: larch fungus, tinder fungus
Agasias {prop} {m} :: An officer of the Ten Thousand
Agasias {prop} {m} :: A sculptor of Ephesus
agaso {m} :: A driver, especially one who drives and takes care of horses; groom, hostler, stable boy
agaso {m} [disrespectfully] :: A (low) servant, lackey
Agassae {prop} {fp} :: A town of Pieria situated near the river Mitys
Agatha {prop} {f} :: a city in Gallia Narbonensis, now Agde
Agathocles {prop} {m} :: A king of Sicily
Agathocles {prop} {m} :: A Greek author
agathum {n} :: notable or precious thing
Agathyrna {prop} {f} :: An ancient city of Sicily situated between Tyndaris and Calacte
Agathyrsi {prop} {mp} :: A tribe of Sarmatia
agea {f} [nautical] :: A gangway in a ship
agedum {interj} :: come on! (or similar words of encouragement or exhortation)
Ageladas {prop} {m} :: A celebrated Greek sculptor
agellus {m} :: alternative form of agrellus, "a little field"
Agendicum {prop} {n} :: A town of Gallia Lugdunensis, now Sens
agendus {v} :: which is to be done or made
agendus {v} :: which is to be driven
agens {v} :: doing, acting, making
agens {v} :: driving
ager {m} :: field, farm
ager {m} :: land, estate, park
ager {m} :: territory, country
ager {m} :: terrain
ager {m} :: soil
Agesilaus {prop} {m} :: The name of two kings of Sparta
Agesilaus {prop} {m} :: An epithet of Pluto
Agessinates {prop} {m} :: A Celtic tribe of Aquitania mentioned by Pliny
aggaudeo {v} [Late Latin] :: I am delighted with someone
aggenero {v} :: I produce, create or beget in addition to
aggeniculaturus {v} [Late Latin] :: about to bow the knee before, kneel before
aggeniculor {v} [Late Latin] :: I bow the knee before, kneel before. [with dative]
agger {m} :: rampart, bulwark (or the materials used to make one)
agger {m} :: causeway, pier, dam, dyke
aggero {v} [with ad or dative] :: I bear, carry, convey or bring to or towards a place
aggero {v} :: I stick together soft masses
aggero {v} :: I heap up, pile up
aggero {v} :: I increase, augment
aggero {v} :: I fill, fill up
aggestus {noun} :: an accumulation, a piling up, act of bringing
aggestus {noun} :: a mound, dike, or elevation formed like a dike; an earthen bank
agglomero {v} :: I wind on into a ball, add by winding; add or join to, annex
agglomero {vr} :: I join myself to, mass together
agglutinatus {v} :: glued, pasted, fastened
agglutino {v} :: I glue, paste, solder or cement to something; fit closely to, fasten to
aggravatus {v} :: weighed down
aggravatus {v} :: aggravated
aggravatus {v} :: burdened
aggravo {v} :: I add to or increase the weight of, make heavier, weigh down
aggravo {v} [figuratively] :: I make worse or more dangerous, aggravate
aggravo {v} [figuratively] :: I oppress, burden, annoy
aggrediens {v} :: advancing, approaching
aggrediens {v} :: attacking
aggredior {v} :: I advance or go to or towards, approach
aggredior {v} :: I approach, address, apply to, solicit
aggredior {v} :: I attack, assault, beset, aggress
aggredior {v} :: I undertake, begin, set about, assume, attempt, try
aggredior {v} :: I lay claim to, seize
aggregans {v} :: flocking
aggregatio {f} :: aggregation (gathering together)
aggregatus {v} :: added to a flock, brought together in a flock, clustered, having been added to a flock
aggregatus {v} :: attached, joined, included, collected, having been joined
aggrego {v} :: I bring, attach or add to a crowd or flock; lump together
aggrego {vr} :: I attach to myself, follow or adhere to
aggressio {f} :: advancing, approaching
aggressio {f} :: approaching, addressing
aggressio {f} :: aggression, attack
aggressor {m} :: attacker, assailant, aggressor
aggressurus {v} :: about to approach
aggressus {v} :: approached
aggressus {v} :: solicited
aggressus {v} :: attacked
aggressus {v} :: undertook
aggressus {m} :: attack, assault
agguberno {v} :: I guide, govern, manage, steer
agilis {adj} :: That can be easily moved, easily movable; light
agilis {adj} :: That moves easily or quickly; nimble, agile, quick, rapid
agilis {adj} :: Active, busy, prompt
agilissime {adv} :: superlative of agiliter
agilitas {f} :: mobility, nimbleness, fleetness, agility
agiliter {adv} :: nimbly, rapidly, with agility
agiliter {adv} :: quickly, hastily, precipitously
agilius {adv} :: comparative of agiliter
agina {f} :: The opening of the upper part of a balance, in which the tongue moves
Aginnum {prop} {n} :: The chief town of the Nitiobriges in Aquitania, now Agen
agitandus {v} :: which is to be agitated
agitans {v} :: agitating
agitatio {f} :: motion, movement, agitation
agitatio {f} :: activity
agitator {m} :: driver of animals; drover
agitator {m} :: charioteer
agitatrix {f} :: feminine noun of agitātor
agitatrix {f} :: Any thing that is moving (of the emotions or spirit)
agitaturus {v} :: about to agitate
agitatus {v} :: driven, impelled
agitatus {v} :: brandished, wielded
agitatus {v} :: agitated, disturbed
agitatus {v} :: tormented
agito {v} :: I put something in motion, drive, impel; drive by rowing, row about; shake, throb
agito {v} :: I brandish, wield
agito {v} [of cattle] :: I drive, conduct; tend, control
agito {v} [of animals] :: I hunt, chase, pursue
agito {v} :: I drive to and fro, toss about, agitate, disturb
agito {v} :: I rouse or stir up, excite, move, urge, drive or impel someone to something, insist on
agito {v} :: I disturb, disquiet, provoke, agitate, vex, trouble, torment
agito {v} :: I reprove, assail, blame, decry, scoff, deride, insult, mock
agito {v} :: I am engaged in, do, accomplish, have, hold, keep; celebrate; practise, exercise
agito {v} [of time] :: I pass, spend
agito {v} :: I live, dwell, abide, sojourn
agito {v} [of the mind] :: I drive at something in the mind; turn over, study, weigh, consider, meditate upon
agito {v} [of the mind] :: I am occupied with, devise, contrive, plot, design, intend
agito {v} :: I deliberate upon, confer about, discuss, debate, investigate
agito {v} [with sat (enough) and genitive] :: I have enough to do, have trouble with, I am fully engaged in
agmen {n} :: a train of something; multitude, host, crowd, flock
agmen {n} :: an army, column, troop, band; line of troops
agmen {n} [of water] :: stream, course, current, motion
agmen {n} [of an army] :: procession, march, progress, movement
agminalis {adj} :: Of or pertaining to a march or train of something
agminatim {adv} :: in trains, hosts, flocks or crowds, by troops
agminatissime {adv} :: superlative of agminātim
agminatius {adv} :: comparative of agminātim
agna {f} :: A ewe lamb
agna {f} :: A blade, straw; ear of grain
agnascor {v} :: I am born in addition (especially after the father has made his will)
agnascor {v} :: I develop; I grow later
agnatio {f} :: consanguinity on the father's side, the relationship of the agnatus
agnatus {m} :: A relative connected through the male line; an agnate
agnatus {m} [legal] :: An afterborn son, born after his father had made a will
agnella {f} :: female lamb
agnellus {m} :: a little lamb, lambkin
agnile {n} [hapax legomenon] :: a sheepfold
agnina {f} :: The meat or flesh of a lamb (as eaten), lamb
agninus {adj} [attributive] :: lamb
agnitio {f} :: recognition, acknowledgement, admission, acceptance
agnitio {f} :: knowing, perceiving
agnitor {m} :: a person who recognizes, understands, perceives
agnitor {m} :: a person who acknowledges
agniturus {v} :: about to acknowledge
agnitus {v} :: recognized, realized, discerned
agnitus {v} :: acknowledged, claimed
agnomen {n} :: A surname or additional name relating to a specific achievement, characteristic or trait; agnomen
agnomentum {n} :: nickname (especially one denoting an achievement or characteristic)
agnominatio {f} :: agnomination, paronomasia
agnoscendus {v} :: which is to be recognized
agnoscendus {v} :: which is to be acknowledged
agnoscens {v} :: recognizing, realizing, discerning
agnoscens {v} :: acknowledging, claiming
agnosco {v} :: I recognize, realize or discern
agnosco {v} :: I acknowledge or claim
agnus {m} :: a lamb, especially one used as a sacrifice
Agnus Dei {m} [Christianity, Ecclesiastical Latin] :: Literally, "Lamb of God", a title applied by Christians to Jesus, whose death they equate with the offering of such animals for sacrifice at the temple in Jerusalem by those who have sinned, as described in the Hebrew scriptures
Agnus Dei {m} [Christianity, Ecclesiastical Latin] :: prayer in the Mass, and musical composition of that prayer, which begins with the words "Agnus Dei...."
-ago {suffix} :: Suffixed to nouns, forms nouns describing objects, plants, and animals
ago {v} :: I do, act, make, behave
ago {v} :: I accomplish, manage, achieve
ago {v} :: I perform, transact
ago {v} :: I drive, conduct
ago {v} :: I push, move, impel
ago {v} :: I guide, govern, administer
ago {v} :: I discuss, plead, deliberate
ago {v} :: I think upon; I am occupied with
ago {v} :: I stir up, excite, cause, induce
ago {v} :: I chase, pursue
ago {v} :: I drive at, pursue (a course of action)
ago {v} :: I rob, steal, plunder, carry off
ago {v} :: I treat
ago {v} [of time] :: I pass, spend
ago {v} [of offerings] :: I slay, kill (as a sacrifice)
ago {v} [of plants] :: I put forth, sprout, extend
agolum {n} :: A crook (shepherd's staff)
agon {m} :: a contest
Agonalia {prop} {np} [religion] :: a Roman festival held on January 9th, May 21st, December 11th, and probably March 17th in which the rex sacrorum sacrificed a ram to the gods
agonium {n} :: The day in which the sacrificial victims were immolated
agora {f} :: agora
Agorastocles {prop} {m} :: given name, character in the play Poenulus of Plautus
agrarius {adj} :: agrarian
agrellus {m} :: A little field
agrestis {adj} :: Of or pertaining to land, fields or the countryside; rural, rustic, wild
agrestis {adj} :: Clownish, rude, uncultivated, coarse, savage, barbarous; brutish, wild
Agrianes {prop} {m} :: A tribe of Paeonia who dwelt near the sources of the river Strymon
Agrianes {prop} :: A tributary river of the Hebrus in Thrace
agricola {m} :: farmer
agricolor {v} :: I cultivate land, farm, pursue agriculture
agricultio {f} :: husbandry, agriculture, farming
agri cultor {m} :: alternative form of agricultor
agricultor {m} :: an agriculturist, a farmer, a husbandman
agricultura {f} :: agriculture, farming
agriculturalis {adj} :: agricultural
Agrigentum {prop} {n} :: Agrigento (city in Sicily)
agrimensor {m} :: a land surveyor (a professional who measures land, delineates property boundaries, etc.)
agrimonia {f} [Late Latin] :: alternative form of argemōnia
agripeta {m} :: squatter
Agrippina {prop} {f} :: Agrippina
Agrius {prop} {m} [Greek mythology] :: The name of various mythological characters
Agrius {prop} {m} :: a Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name"
agrostis {f} :: Couchgrass; quitch grass
agrostis {f} [New Latin] :: Used as a species epithet
agrosus {adj} :: rich in land
Aguntum {prop} {n} :: A town of Noricum
Agyrium {prop} {n} [geography] :: Agira/San Filippo d'Argiriò, a former Sicel settlement near Province_of_Enna, Sicily later colonized by the Greeks before its occupation by the Romans, birthplace of Diodorus Siculus
ah {interj} :: ah
ahaesitandus {v} :: which is to be hesitated
ahaesitans {v} :: hesitating
ahaesitaturus {v} :: about to hesitate
ahaesitatus {v} :: hesitated
ahaesito {v} [New Latin] :: I hesitate
Ahala {prop} {m} :: A Roman cognomen — famously held by:
Ahala {prop} {m} :: Gaius Servilius Ahala, a Roman hero
aheneus {adj} :: alternative form of aēneus
ahenum {n} :: alternative spelling of aēnum
Aiax {prop} {m} :: Ajax
aiens {v} :: saying, affirming
aiio {v} :: alternative form of aiō
ain' tu {phrase} :: do you say so?, say you so?, really?
ainuanus {adj} :: Ainu
aio {v} :: I say, I assert, I say yes, I say no, I affirm, I assent
aisne tu {phrase} :: do you say so?, say you so?
Ajax {prop} {m} :: alternative form of Aiāx
ajoensis {adj} [New Latin] :: Referring to the Ajo Mountains
al- {prefix} :: alternative form of ad-
ala {f} :: wing (as of a bird)
ala {f} :: armpit
ala {f} :: the hollow where a limb joins the trunk of an animal or tree
ala {f} [architecture] :: wings off the main room, side porches, waiting areas
ala {f} [military] :: wing of an army, cavalry force [usually deployed on an army's flank]
alabamensis {adj} :: Alabaman
Alabanda {np} :: a city of Caria founded by the mythological hero Alabandus
alabaster {m} :: a box, tapering to a point at the top, for perfumes or unguents
Alabastros {prop} {m} :: A river of Aeolis mentioned by Pliny
alabastrum {n} :: alternative form of alabaster
Alabis {prop} {m} :: A small river in Sicily
alabrum {n} :: A reel, spool
alacer {adj} :: Lively, brisk, quick, eager, active, excited
alacer {adj} :: Glad, happy, cheerful
alacrior {adj} :: livelier, quicker
alacrior {adj} :: happier
alacritas {f} :: cheerfulness, liveliness, gaiety, animation
alacritas {f} :: alacrity, eagerness, persistence, zeal, fervour, ardour
alacritas {f} :: joy, rejoicing, exultation, triumph
a lacte cunisque {idiom} [idiomatic] :: from the cradle, from infancy
Alaesa {prop} {f} :: a city on the northern coast of Sicily of Siculian origin, situated between Calacte and Cephaloedium
Alamannia {prop} {f} :: alternative form of Alemannia
Alamannus {prop} {m} :: alternative form of Alemannus
Alander {prop} {m} :: A river of Phrygia mentioned by Livy
Alani {prop} {mp} :: A tribe of Scythia dwelling near the river Tanais
Alanus {adj} :: of or pertaining to the Alan tribe
Alanus {m} :: a member of the Alan tribe
Alanus {prop} {m} :: given name, equivalent to English Alan; the male variant of Alana
alapa {f} :: slap, smack (with the flat of the hand)
Alaricus {prop} {m} :: Alaric (historical king of the Visigoths)
Alaricus {prop} {m} :: given name
alarius {adj} :: Of or pertaining to the wings of an army, that is upon the wing
alarius {adj} [substantive, usually in plural] :: Allied or auxiliary troops
Alasca {prop} {f} :: Alaska
alascanus {adj} [New Latin] :: Alaskan; of or pertaining to Alaska
alascus {adj} [New Latin] :: Alaskan
Alasit {prop} {n} :: A town of Lybia mentioned by Pliny
alaskensis {adj} :: Alaskan
alaternus {f} :: a shrub (Rhamnus alaternus)
Alatheus {prop} {m} :: A Gothic chief together with Saphrax
alatus {adj} :: having wings, winged
alauda {f} :: A lark; the crested lark, the skylark
Alauna {prop} {f} :: A town of the Unelli
alausa {f} :: The allis shad
Alazon {prop} {m} :: the Alazani or Qanıx (a river in Caucasian Albania)
alba {f} :: a white precious stone, the pearl
Alba {prop} {m} [Late Latin] :: alternative form of Albis
Alba Longa {prop} {f} :: Alba Longa
albamentum {n} :: albumen, egg white
albandus {v} :: which is to be whitened
Albani {prop} {mp} :: The inhabitants of Alba Longa
Albania {prop} {f} [medieval, New Latin] :: Albania
Albania {prop} {f} [medieval] :: Scotland
albanicus {adj} :: Albanian
albans {v} :: whitening
albanus {adj} :: Albanian
Albanus {m} :: Albanian
Albanus {prop} {m} :: given name, equivalent to Alban
Alba Pompeia {prop} {f} :: a town in Liguria, on the river Tanarus, now Alba
albarium {n} :: white stucco; a mortar of lime, gypsum, and river sand used to cover walls and make them white
albarius {adj} [architecture] :: pertaining to the whitening of walls
albaturus {v} :: about to whiten
albatus {adj} :: clothed in white
albedo {f} [Late Latin] :: white color, whiteness
albellus {adj} :: white
albens {v} :: whitening; white
albensis {adj} :: From any place known as Alba. Principally:
albensis {adj} :: From Alba Fucens
albensis {adj} :: From Alba Longa
albensis {adj} [Medieval Latin] :: From Alba Iulia, Transylvania
albeo {v} :: I am white
Albertus {prop} {m} :: given name
albescendus {v} :: which is to be whitened
albescens {v} :: whitening, becoming white
albescens {v} :: covered in white
albesco {v} :: I become white, pale
albesco {v} :: I gleam
albesco {v} [figuratively] :: I dawn
albicandus {v} :: which is to be whitened
albicans {v} :: making white, whitening
albicans {v} :: becoming white
albicaturus {v} :: about to whiten
albicatus {v} :: whitened
albiceps {adj} :: white-headed
albicilla {f} :: white tail
albicillus {adj} [New Latin] :: white-tailed
albico {vt} :: I make white, whiten
albico {vi} :: I am white
albicornis {adj} :: white-horned
albicostus {adj} [New Latin] :: having white ribs
albidus {adj} [rare] :: white
albiflorus {adj} :: white-flowered
albimanus {adj} :: white-handed
Albingaunum {prop} {n} :: A city on the coast of Liguria, now Albenga
Albinia {prop} {f} :: a river of Etruria which flows into the Tyrrhenian Sea, now the Albegna
Albinius {prop} {m} :: a Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name" famously held by:
Albinius {prop} {m} :: Lucius Albinius, a Roman tribune
albinucha {f} [New Latin] :: [usually used attributively] A white nape
Albinus {prop} {m} :: given name
Albiones {prop} {mp} :: A Celtic tribe of Gallaecia, located in the west bank of the Navia river
albior {adj} :: whiter, rather white (but without lustre)
albipennis {adj} :: white-winged, white-feathered
albipes {adj} :: white-footed, white-legged
albipunctatus {adj} :: white-pointed
albipunctatus {adj} :: white-spotted
albipunctus {adj} :: stippled with white markings
albirostris {adj} :: having a white beak
Albis {prop} {m} :: the River Elbe of Germany
albitarsis {adj} :: white-footed
albitudo {f} :: whiteness, white color
Albius {prop} {m} :: a Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name" famously held by:
Albius {prop} {m} :: Albius Tibullus, a Roman poet
albiventer {m} :: alternative form of albiventris
albiventris {adj} :: having a white belly
albo {vt} :: I make white, whiten
albofasciatus {adj} :: marked with white bands
albogularis {adj} [New Latin, taxonomy] :: having a white throat, white-throated
albolabris {adj} [New Latin] :: A species epithet for several animals that have some sort of white lip
albolineatus {adj} :: marked with white lines
albomaculatus {adj} :: having white spots
albomarginatus {adj} :: having a white border or margin
albopictus {adj} [New Latin, taxonomy] :: marked with white, as if painted or drawn
albor {m} :: whiteness
albor {m} :: albumen, egg white
Albucius {prop} {m} :: a Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name" famously held by:
Albucius {prop} {m} :: Titus Albucius, a Roman orator
albucus {m} :: asphodel bulb
albucus {m} :: asphodel plant
albuelis {f} :: A kind of vine
albugo {f} :: albugo, leucoma, a disease of the eye
Albula {prop} {f} :: The ancient name of the Tiber
Albula {prop} {f} :: A small river of Picenum, mentioned only by Pliny
Albula {prop} {f} :: A small river that flows into the Anio near the town of Tibur
albulus {adj} :: whitish
album {n} :: whiteness, white color
album {n} :: sclera, the white of the eye
album {n} :: albumen, the white of an egg
album {n} [politics] :: a blank tablet on which items were recorded, such as the tablet on which the edicts of the praetor were written
album {n} :: register, list of names
albumen {n} :: albumen; the white of an egg
Album Intimilium {prop} {n} :: a city in Liguria, at the mouth of the river Rutuba, now Ventimiglia
alburnum {n} :: alburnum; sapwood
alburnus {m} [Late Latin] :: a white fish, probably the bleak or blay (Alburnus alburnus)
alburnus {adj} [Medieval Latin] :: synonym of subalbus
albus {adj} :: white (without lustre)
albus {adj} :: clear, bright
albus {adj} :: pale, fair, gray, hoary
albus {adj} [figuratively] :: favorable, fortunate, auspicious, propitious
albus an ater sit {proverb} :: he is entirely indifferent to me
alcalescens {adj} [New Latin] :: alkalescent
alcali {n} [chemistry, Medieval Latin, New Latin] :: alkali
alcalinus {adj} [chemistry] :: alkaline
alcea {f} :: A type of mallow (Malva alcea)
alcedo {f} :: The halcyon; kingfisher
alceifolius {adj} :: mallow-leafed
alces {f} :: elk [UK], moose [US] (the largest member of the deer family; Alces alces)
alces {f} [New Latin] :: Used as a specific epithet
Alces {prop} {m} :: A river of Bithynia mentioned by Pliny
Alcesimarchus {prop} {m} :: given name, character in the play Cistellaria of Plautus
Alcesimus {prop} {m} :: given name, character in the play Casina of Plautus
alchemia {f} [Medieval Latin] :: alchemy
alchemista {mf} [Medieval Latin] :: alchemist
alchimia {f} :: alternative form of alchemia
alchimista {mf} [Medieval Latin] :: alternative spelling of alchemista
alchymia {f} :: alternative form of alchemia
alchymicus {adj} :: alchemical
alchymista {f} :: alternative form of alchemista
Alcibiades {prop} {m} :: an Athenian general
Alcman {prop} :: Alcman, a 7th-century BC Spartan lyric poet
Alcmena {prop} :: given name, character in a play of Plautus
Alco {prop} {m} :: given name — anciently held by:
Alco {prop} {m} :: a son of Astraea
Alco {prop} {m} :: a Sicilian craftsman
Alco {prop} {m} :: a founder in bronze
Alco {prop} {m} :: a slave
Alco {prop} {m} :: an inhabitant of Saguntum
alcohol {n} :: alcohol
alcoholicus {adj} :: alcoholic
alcyon {f} :: The halcyon; kingfisher
Alcyone {prop} {f} :: Alcyone
aldabrensis {adj} :: Aldabra (attributive)
alea {f} [games] :: a die
alea {f} [games] :: any game involving dice
alea {f} [gambling] :: the game of chance
alea iacta est {phrase} [idiomatic] :: alternative form of iacta ālea est
alearis {adj} :: Of or pertaining to a game of chance
alearius {adj} :: Of or pertaining to a game of chance
aleator {m} :: gambler, gamester
aleatorium {n} :: a gaming house
aleatorius {adj} :: Of or pertaining to a gamester
alebria {np} [pluralonly] :: nourishing food
alectoria {f} [with gemma] :: A kind of magical stone said to be found in the gizzard of cocks
alegranzaensis {adj} :: of or from Alegranza
Alele {prop} {f} :: A town of Cyrenaica mentioned by Pliny
alemanicus {adj} :: alternative form of alemannicus
Alemannia {prop} {f} :: Germany
alemannicus {adj} :: Alemannic
Alemannus {m} :: A male member of the Alemanni tribe
Alemannus {prop} {m} :: A Latin agnomen
alembicum {n} :: alembic, still
alembicus {m} [Medieval Latin] :: alternative form of alembicum
alendus {v} :: which is to be nourished
alendus {v} :: which is to be fed, which is to be maintained, which is to be developed
alendus {v} :: which is to be kept, which is to be supplied with necessities, which is to be supported financially
alens {v} :: nourishing
alens {v} :: feeding, maintaining, developing
alens {v} :: keeping, supplying with necessities, supporting financially
aleo {m} :: gambler, gamester
Aleos {prop} {m} :: A river of Ionia mentioned by Pliny
Aleria {prop} {f} :: Aléria (city in Corsica)
ales {adj} :: Winged; aerial; quick, fleet, rapid, swift
ales {adj} [substantive, usually only of large birds] :: A fowl, bird
ales {adj} [substantive, related to birds that give omens] :: An augury, omen, sign
ales {adj} [substantive] :: A winged deity or monster
alescens {v} :: increasing
alesco {v} :: I rear, grow, grow up
alesco {v} :: I increase
Alesia {prop} {f} :: Alesia (city) (ancient capital of the Mandubii in Gaul, site of a famous battle won by Caesar)
Alesiaeum {prop} {n} :: a town of Pisatis situated on the road from Elis to Olympia and whose site is uncertain
Aletium {prop} {n} :: A town of the Salentini in the interior of Calabria
Aletrinas {adj} :: Of or belonging to Alētrium
Aletrinates {prop} {m} :: the inhabitants of Alētrium
Aletrinensis {adj} :: Of or belonging to Alētrium
Aletrium {prop} {n} [geography] :: A Latian town originally settled by the Hernicī, taken and controlled by a the Roman Empire in 306 BC, site of modern Alatri
aletudo {f} :: fatness
aleutianus {adj} :: Aleutian Islands (attributive)
Alexander {prop} {m} :: praenomen
Alexander Magnus {prop} {m} :: Alexander the Great (the king of Macedonia)
Alexandrea {prop} {f} :: Alexandria (several cities in the Hellenistic world, but most especially an ancient capital of Egypt)
Alexandreus {m} :: an Alexandrian or Alexandrine (a native or inhabitant of the Egyptian port city of Alexandria)
Alexandria {prop} {f} :: alt form Alexandrēa
Alexandrinus {adj} :: Alexandrian or Alexandrine (of or pertaining to the Egyptian port city of Alexandria)
Alexandrinus {m} :: an Alexandrian or Alexandrine [man] (a native or inhabitant of the Egyptian port city of Alexandria)
alexipharmacon {n} :: an antidote (for a poison)
Alexius {prop} {m} :: given name
Alfenus {prop} {m} :: a Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name" famously held by:
Alfenus {prop} {m} :: Alfenus Varus, a Roman jurist
Alfius {prop} {m} :: a Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name" famously held by:
Alfius {prop} {m} :: Alphius Avitus, a Roman poet
Alfredus {prop} {m} :: A male given name, Latin equivalent to Alfred
alga {f} :: Seaweed; plants that grow in freshwater
alga {f} [figuratively] :: Something of little worth
Algae {prop} {fp} :: A town of Etruria
algarvensis {adj} :: Of or from the Algarve
algebra {f} :: algebra
algebraicus {adj} [mathematics] :: algebraic
algebraista {f} :: algebraist
algens {v} :: feeling cold, chilly
algensis {adj} :: That supports itself on seaweed or lives upon it
algeo {v} :: I am or feel cold or chilly; I become cold or chilly
algeo {v} :: I am neglected (left in the cold)
Algerium {prop} {n} :: Algeria
algesco {vi} :: I become cold, chilly
-algia {suffix} [New Latin] :: Used to form nouns identifying specific kinds or loci of pain
algidus {adj} :: cold
algificus {v} :: producing cold
alginolyticus {adj} [New Latin] :: alginolytic
algor {m} :: cold, chilliness
algor {m} [in the plural] :: cold weather
algorithmus {m} [mathematics, computing] :: algorithm
algosus {adj} :: Abounding or covered in seaweed
-alia {suffix} :: forming names of religious festivals
alias {adv} [time] :: at a time other than the present; at another time, at other times, on another occasion, sometimes
alias {adv} [place] :: at another place, elsewhere
alibi {adv} :: elsewhere
alibilis {adj} :: able to provide nourishment, nutritious, nourishing
alibilis {adj} [passive, of animals] :: able to be fattened or readily grown
alica {f} :: A form of wheat (either spelt or emmer)
alica {f} :: grits prepared from this grain
alica {f} :: A drink prepared from these grits
alicastrum {n} :: early-ripening variety of emmer (wheat)
alicastrum {n} :: summer spelt
alicubi {adv} :: somewhere, anywhere
alicubi {adv} :: elsewhere
alicubi {adv} :: occasionally
alicujus {pron} :: Variant of alicuius
alicula {f} :: A short tunic with a cape
alicunde {adv} :: from somewhere, from any place
alicunde {adv} :: from some other source; from anything, from anyone
alienandus {v} :: which is to be alienated
alienans {v} :: alienating
alienatio {f} :: transfer of property
alienatio {f} :: separation, desertion, aversion, dislike, alienation
alienaturus {v} :: about to alienate
alienatus {v} :: alienated
alienigenus {adj} :: different, foreign, alien, born in another country
alienigenus {adj} :: (substantive) stranger, foreigner, alien
alieniloquium {n} :: the talk of crazy people, babble
alieniloquium {n} [Medieval Latin] :: allegory
alienior {adj} :: more alien, foreign etc
alienissimus {adj} :: most or very alien or foreign
alienissimus {adj} :: most or very hostile or unfriendly
alieno {v} :: I change the nature of a person or thing into something else
alieno {v} :: I make something the property of another, transfer by sale, alienate
alieno {v} :: I make foreign, remove, separate
alieno {v} :: I cast off, estrange, alienate, make enemies
alieno {v} [with mentem] :: I take away or deprive of reason, drive mad or insane
alieno {v} [passive, of parts of the body] :: I perish, die
alieno {v} [passive] :: I am disinclined to, have an aversion for, avoid
alienor {adj} :: more alien, foreign etc
alienus {adj} :: Of that which belongs to another person, place, or object—of another, alien, foreign
alienus {adj} :: unfriendly, inimical, hostile, suspicious
alienus {adj} :: unfamiliar with something or a stranger to something
alienus {adj} :: unsuitable, incongruous, inconsistent
alienus {adj} [of the body] :: dead; corrupted; paralyzed
alienus {adj} [of the mind] :: insane, mad
alietum {n} :: osprey
aliger {adj} [poetic] :: bearing wings, winged
alii {conj} :: some . . . others
alimentatio {f} :: feeding, alimentation
alimentum {n} :: food, nourishment, sustenance
alimentum {n} :: obligation to one's parents
alimonia {f} :: food, nourishment
alimonia {f} :: feeding, nurture
alimonium {n} :: nourishment, sustenance, support, nurture
Alinda {prop} {f} :: A city of Caria situated on a hilltop
alio {adv} :: in another direction, elsewhere
alioqui {adv} :: otherwise
alioqui {adv} :: besides, else
alioquin {adv} :: alternative form of alioqui
aliorsum {adv} :: to another place, in another direction, elsewhere
aliorsum {adv} :: in a different sense or manner
aliovorsum {adv} :: alternative form of aliorsum
Aliphera {prop} {f} :: A town of Cynuria situated on a lofty hill
aliqua {adv} :: somehow
aliqua {adv} :: to some extent
aliquam {adv} :: largely (to a large extent)
aliquamdiu {adv} :: for some time; for some distance; for a while
aliquandiu {adv} :: alternative form of aliquamdiū
aliquando {adv} :: sometime, sometimes
aliquando {adv} :: finally
aliquando {adv} :: hitherto
aliquando {adv} :: once, at one time (in the past)
aliquantisper {adv} :: for a moderate period of time; for a while, for a time, for some time
aliquanto {adv} :: somewhat
aliquanto {adv} :: considerably
aliquantulum {adv} :: in small amounts
aliquantulum {adv} :: somewhat
aliquantulus {adj} :: little, small (amount of)
aliquantum {adv} :: to some extent; somewhat, slightly
aliquantus {adj} :: considerable (amount)
aliquantus {adj} :: somewhat
aliquatenus {adv} :: to some extent
aliquatenus {adv} :: in some manner
aliquatenus {adv} :: in some respects; partly
aliqui {adj} :: some
aliquid {adv} :: somewhat, to some extent
aliquis {pron} :: someone, something, anyone, anything
aliquo {adv} :: somewhere, anywhere
aliquod {adj} :: some, several
aliquod {adj} :: a few
aliquot {adj} :: some; several; a few
aliquotiens {adv} :: several times
-alis {suffix} :: Used to form adjectives of relationship from nouns or numerals
alisma {n} :: water plantain, Alisma plantago-aquatica
Alisontia {prop} {f} :: A river mentioned by Ausonius, now the Alzette
aliter {adv} :: otherwise
aliter {adv} :: differently, wrongly, poorly
aliter {adv} :: badly, negatively
aliter {adv} :: mis- (aliter exceptum; mis-understood)
alitus {v} :: winged
alium {n} :: alternative spelling of allium
aliunde {adv} :: From another place
alius {adj} :: other, another
alius {adj} :: else
aliuta {adv} :: otherwise (in another manner)
allabor {v} :: I glide towards
allaborandus {v} :: which is to be labored or worked at
allaborans {v} :: labouring, toiling
allaboraturus {v} :: about to labour
allaboratus {v} :: laboured
allaboro {v} :: I labor or toil at something
allaboro {v} [with dative] :: I add to with labor or pains
allacrimo {v} :: I weep, I cry, I shed tears (at something)
allatro {v} :: I bark at
allatro {v} [figuratively] :: I assail with harsh words, revile, rail at
allatro {v} [figuratively, of the sea] :: I break upon, dash against, rage
allaturus {v} :: about to conduct etc
allatus {v} :: carried forth
allatus {v} :: delivered
allaudo {v} :: I praise greatly, extol
allec {n} :: herring
allectandus {v} :: which is to be allured
allectans {v} :: alluring
allectatio {f} :: enticement, allure
allectaturus {v} :: about to allure
allectatus {v} :: allured
allectivus {adj} [Medieval Latin] :: synonym of illecebrōsus
allecto {v} :: I allure, entice, encourage
allecturus {v} :: about to entice
allectus {v} :: selected, chosen, recruited, elected
Alledius {prop} {m} :: a Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name", famously held by:
Alledius {prop} {m} :: Titus Alledius Severus, a Roman eques
allegans {v} :: despatching
allegatio {f} :: allegation, charge
allegatio {f} :: intercession
allegatus {v} :: commissioned, instigated etc
alleghaniensis {adj} [NL., used principally as a specific epithet] :: Found in the vicinity of the Allegheny River and Mountains
allego {v} :: I select, choose, recruit, elect or admit (to or into something)
allego {v} :: I send someone away with a commission or charge, despatch, depute, employ, commission
allego {v} :: I instigate someone to an act of fraud or deceit
allego {v} :: I bring forward, relate, recount, mention, adduce; urge, plead
allegoria {f} :: allegory
allegoria {f} :: parable
allegoricus {adj} :: allegorical
allegorizo {vi} [Late Latin] :: I speak in allegories, allegorise or allegorize
allevamentum {n} :: mitigation
allevamentum {n} :: relief, alleviation
allevandus {v} :: To be raised or lifted; to be alleviated, consoled, or made distinguished
allevandus {v} :: To be smoothed, smoothed off, or smoothed over
allevatus {v} :: raised up, lifted
alleviandus {v} :: which is to be alleviated
allevians {v} :: alleviating
alleviaturus {v} :: about to alleviate
alleviatus {v} :: alleviated, lifted up
allevio {v} :: I make light, lighten
allevio {v} [figuratively] :: I raise up, relieve, alleviate
allevo {v} :: I lift or set up, raise
allevo {v} [figuratively] :: I lighten, lessen, alleviate, mitigate, reduce
allevo {v} [figuratively] :: I sustain, comfort, console
allevo {v} [figuratively] :: I raise up, make distinguished; enhance
allevo {v} :: I make smooth, smooth off or over
Allia {prop} {f} :: a river that flows in Latium, famous for its battle
alliatum {n} :: food rich in garlic
allicefaciendus {v} :: which is to be allured
allicefaciens {v} :: alluring
allicefacio {v} :: I allure, entice, seduce
allicefactus {v} :: allured
alliciendus {v} :: which is to be enticed, lured, attracted
alliciens {v} :: enticing
allicio {v} :: I entice, lure or attract
allicio {v} :: I win over
allidendus {v} :: Which is to be smashed/bruised
allido {v} :: I dash or crush against
allido {v} :: I bruise
allido {v} :: I damage, or suffer damage
Allifae {prop} {fp} :: A city of Samnium, situated in the valley of the Vulturnus, now Alife
alligandus {v} :: which is to be tied, fastened
alligandus {v} :: which is to be hindered, detained
alligandus {v} :: which is to be obliged
alligans {v} :: tying, fastening, bandaging
alligans {v} :: hindering
alligatio {f} :: tying, binding
alligatio {f} :: bond, band
alligator {m} :: one who ties or binds
alligaturus {v} :: about to fasten
alligatus {v} :: tied, fastened
alligatus {v} :: hindered, detained
alligatus {v} :: obligated
alligo {v} :: I bind to, up or around something, tie, fetter, fasten; bandage
alligo {v} :: I hold fast, hinder, detain
alligo {v} [in a moral sense] :: I oblige, lay under obligation
allino {v} :: I spread over
allino {v} :: I adhere to
allisio {f} :: striking or dashing against
allisus {v} :: dashed or crushed against
allisus {v} :: bruised
allisus {v} :: damaged
allium {n} :: garlic, onion
Allobroges {prop} {m} :: A Gaulish tribe, whose territory lay between the Rhodanus and the Isara
allocandus {v} :: which is to be allocated
allocans {v} :: allocating
allocatio {f} [legal] :: The act of allocating or leasing; allocation, allowance
allocaturus {v} :: about to allocate
allocatus {v} :: allocated
alloco {v} :: I hire
alloco {v} :: I allocate
allocutio {f} :: The act of speaking to or accosting; address
allocutio {f} :: The act of consoling or comforting; consolation, comfort; exhortation
allocuturus {v} :: about to address
allocutus {v} :: addressed, greeted
allocutus {v} :: roused; consoled
alloquendus {v} :: which is to be addressed, greeted etc
alloquens {v} :: addressing, greeting
alloquens {v} :: exhorting; consoling
alloquium {n} :: a speaking to, addressing, an address, exhortation, encouragement, consolation, etc. (postAug.)
alloquor {v} :: I speak to, address; salute, greet
alloquor {v} :: I exhort, rouse; console, comfort
alloquor {v} :: I appeal to the gods in thanksgiving and prayer
allubentia {f} :: an inclination, fondness (for)
alluceo {v} :: I shine or light upon
alluceo {v} [figuratively] :: I give an opportunity for
alluctandus {v} :: which is to be wrestled
alluctans {v} :: wrestling
alluctaturus {v} :: about to wrestle
alluctatus {v} :: wrestled
alluctor {v} :: I struggle with or against, wrestle
alludendus {v} :: which is to be frolicked, jested
alludens {v} :: frolicking, jesting
alludio {vi} :: I play or jest (with)
alludo {v} :: I frolic
alludo {v} :: I jest
alluens {v} :: lapping
alluo {v} :: I lap (flow near or past)
alluo {v} :: I bathe (of the sea or waves)
allusio {f} :: The act of playing or sporting with
allusurus {v} :: about to frolic, jest
allusus {v} :: frolicked, jested
alluvio {f} :: The act of washing upon or overflowing, inundation, flood
alluvio {f} [legal] :: An addition made to land by deposition of silt or soil by water, alluvion
alluvius {adj} :: alluvial (deposited by a river)
alma {adj} :: feminine singular of almus
alma mater {f} [Ancient Rome] :: mother goddess
alma mater {f} [Medieval Christianity] :: Virgin Mary
almities {f} :: grace, beauty
Almo {prop} {m} :: A small river of Latium flowing into the Tiber
Almo {prop} {m} [Roman god] :: The god of this river and father of Larunda
Almopes {prop} {m} :: A tribe who lived in a district of Paeonia
almus {adj} :: nourishing
almus {adj} :: kind
almus {adj} :: propitious
alnus {mf} :: An alder
alnus {mf} :: Anything made of alder wood; a ship, vessel or boat
alo {v} :: I foster, nourish
alo {v} :: I feed, I maintain, I develop
aloe {f} :: The aloe
aloe {f} :: The bitter juice produced by the aloe used as a perfume, in medicine and in embalming
aloe {f} [figuratively] :: Bitterness (in general)
alogia {f} :: Irrational conduct or action; nonsense, folly
alogia {f} :: Dumbness, muteness
Alope {prop} {f} :: A town of Thessaly
Alope {prop} {f} :: A town of Locris
Alopeconnesus {prop} {f} :: A town on the western coast of Chersonesus in Thrace
Alorus {prop} {m} :: a town of Macedonia
alosa {f} :: alt form alausa
Alpes {prop} {fp} [geography] :: The Alps
Alpes {prop} {fp} :: [with following adjective] A particular portion of the Alps
alpestris {adj} :: Alpine
alpestrus {adj} :: Alpine
alpha {n} :: alpha
alphabetum {n} :: alphabet
Alphaeus {prop} :: Alphaeus
Alpheus {prop} {m} :: the chief river of Peloponnesus, which flows in the Ionian Sea in Elis
Alphonsus {prop} {m} :: A male given name, Latin equivalent of Alphonse
alpicolus {adj} :: alpine (that lives in the Alps)
alpinalis {adj} [New Latin] :: Alpine
Alpinus {adj} :: Of or pertaining to the Alps
Alpinus {adj} :: alpine
Alpis {f} :: Alps (usually plural)
Alsa {prop} {f} :: A river of Venetia that flows into the Adriatic Sea, now Ausa
alsine {f} :: A plant, perhaps the chickweed
Alsium {prop} {n} [geography] :: One of the oldest cities of Etruria
Altaba {prop} {f} :: A town of Numidia mentioned in the Antonine Itinerary
altaicus {adj} :: Altaic
altar {n} :: altar (for burnt offerings)
altare {noun} :: altar, fitting for burnt offerings
altarium {n} :: (high) altar
alte {adv} :: high, on high; from on high; from above
alte {adv} :: deep; deeply
alte {adv} :: profoundly; from afar
alter {adj} :: the other, the second
alter {adj} :: the one...the other (alter...alter)
alterandus {v} :: which is to be changed, altered
alterans {v} :: changing, altering
alteratio {f} :: alteration, change
alteraturus {v} :: about to change, alter
alteratus {v} :: changed, altered
altercandus {v} :: which is to be argued
altercans {v} :: quarrelling, discussing, differing, disputing, wrangling, arguing
altercans {v} [legal] :: striving to gain the victory over an opponent in a court of justice by putting questions for him to answer
altercans {v} :: contending or struggling with
altercatio {f} :: dispute, debate
altercatio {f} :: altercation
altercaturus {v} :: about to argue
altercatus {v} :: argued
altercor {v} :: I have a discussion or difference with another; dispute, quarrel, wrangle, argue
altercor {v} [legal] :: I strive to gain the victory over an opponent in a court of justice by putting questions for him to answer
altercor {v} :: I contend or struggle with
alterculum {n} :: The henbane
alternandus {v} :: which is to be alternated, vacillated
alternans {v} :: alternating, vacillating
alternatim {adv} :: alternately, by turns
alternatio {f} :: interchange, alternation
alternatio {f} :: alternative
alternativus {adj} :: alternating
alternaturus {v} :: about to alternate, vacillate
alternatus {v} :: alternated, vacillated
alterniflorus {adj} :: Having flowers that alternate on each side of a stem
alternifolius {adj} :: A specific epithet for plants that have alternifoliate leaves
alterno {v} :: I do one thing and then another, do by turns, interchange, alternate
alterno {v} :: I hesitate, vacillate
alternus {adj} :: alternate (one after the other), successive
alternus {adj} :: interchangeable
alternus {adj} :: mutual, reciprocal
altero {v} :: I change, alter
alteruter {adj} :: one of two, one or the other; either
alteruter {adj} [rare] :: = uterque, both
alteruter {adv} :: either
alterutrum {adv} :: alternative form of alteruter
althaea {f} :: A wild mallow, marshmallow
alticolus {adj} :: That lives at high altitudes
alticorpus {n} :: high body or trunk
altilis {adj} :: fattened
altilis {adj} :: pampered
Altinum {prop} {n} :: a city of Venetia situated near the mouth of the river Silis, on a marshy area
altior {adj} :: higher
altior {adj} :: deeper
altirostris {adj} :: having a high beak
altispinosus {adj} :: Having elongated spines
altispinus {adj} :: having deep-rooted spines
altissime {adv} :: superlative of alte
altissimus {adj} :: most high, highest
altithorax {adj} :: Having a high chest
altitonus {adj} :: of the fiery zone
altitudo {f} :: height (distance from bottom to top)
altitudo {f} :: depth
altitudo {f} [figuratively] :: spiritual or emotional depth
altius {adv} :: comparative of alte
altiusculus {adj} :: rather (too) high, tall
alto {v} :: I make high, raise, elevate
altor {adj} :: nutritious
altor {m} :: nourisher; sustainer
altor {m} :: foster-father
altrinsecus {adv} :: at or on the other side
altrinsecus {adv} :: from or on both sides
altrix {f} :: nourisher, cherisher, sustainer (female)
altrix {f} :: wetnurse
altrix {f} :: foster mother
altrix {f} :: motherland
altum {n} :: the deep, the sea
alturus {v} :: about to nourish
alturus {v} :: about to feed, about to maintain, about to develop
alturus {v} :: about to keep, about to supply with necessities, about to support financially
altus {adj} :: high, tall
altus {adj} :: deep
altus {adj} :: profound
altus {adj} :: deep-rooted
altus {v} :: nourished, having been nourished
altus {v} :: fed, having been fed, maintained, having been maintained, developed, having been developed
altus {v} :: kept, having been kept, supplied with necessities, having been supplied with necessities, supported financially, having been supported financially
alucinatus {v} :: hallucinated, experiencing hallucinations
alucinor {v} :: I wander in mind, talk idly, prate, dream
alucita {f} :: A kind of gnat
alum {n} :: A plant, the comfrey
alumen {n} :: alum
aluminium {n} [New Latin] :: aluminium
alumnandus {v} :: which is to be educated
alumnans {v} :: educating
alumnaturus {v} :: about to educate
alumnatus {v} :: educated
alumnor {v} :: I nourish, bring up, rear, educate
alumnus {adj} :: Nourished, fostered, etc
alumnus {m} :: Nursling, pupil, foster son
Aluntium {prop} {n} :: A city on the northern coast of Sicily, situated between Tyndaris and Calacte
aluta {f} :: A soft leather, probably made using alum
aluta {f} :: A purse or shoe etc made from this leather
Aluta {prop} {f} :: A river of Dacia, now the Olt
alutiae {fp} :: gold mines
alvarium {n} :: A beehive
alvarius {adj} [New Latin] :: of or pertaining to the stomach
alvarius {adj} [New Latin] :: of or pertaining to beehives
alvear {n} :: beehive
alvear {n} :: apiary
alvear {n} :: trough for kneading
alveare {n} :: alternative form of alvear
alvearium {n} :: beehive
alvearium {n} :: apiary
alvearium {n} :: trough for kneading
alveolus {m} :: small hollow or cavity
alveolus {m} :: tray, trough, basin
alveolus {m} :: gaming board
alveus {m} :: a hollow, cavity
alveus {m} :: a deep vessel or cavity; excavation, hollow; basket, tray, trough
alveus {m} :: the hold or hull of a ship; a small ship or boat, skiff
alveus {m} :: a (hollowed) gaming board
alveus {m} :: a beehive
alveus {m} :: a bathing tub
alveus {m} :: the channel or bed of a river
Alvona {prop} {f} :: a town of Istria situated near the course of the Arsia, now Albona
alvus {f} :: belly, bowels, paunch; excrement; flux, diarrhoea
alvus {f} :: stomach, digestive organs
alvus {f} :: womb; matrix (of a fruit)
alvus {f} :: hollow, cavity
alvus {f} :: hold or hull of a ship or boat
alvus {f} :: beehive
alx {f} :: medieval spelling of alcēs
Alyattes {prop} {m} :: A king of Lydia and father of Croesus
alypon {n} :: A kind of plant
alysson {n} :: alyssum
Alyzia {prop} {f} :: a town on the west coast of Acarnania
ama {f} :: alternative spelling of hama
amabilior {adj} :: more lovable, more worthy of love
amabilis {adj} :: lovable, worthy of love
amabilissime {adv} :: superlative of amābiliter
amabilitas {f} :: loveliness, amiableness
amabiliter {adv} :: lovingly, amiably
amabilius {adv} :: comparative of amābiliter
amabo {adv} :: Please. (Short for amābō tē.)
amabo te {phrase} [idiomatic] :: please (asking for a favor)
amabo te {phrase} [literally] :: I will love you
Amadoci {prop} {mp} :: A tribe of Sarmatia which dwelt along the Borysthenes
Amadocus {prop} {m} :: A king of the Odrysae in Thrace
Amafinius {prop} {m} :: a Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name" famously held by:
Amafinius {prop} {m} :: Gaius Amafinius, a Roman philosopher
amalgama {n} [from Medieval Latin] :: amalgam
amalgamatio {f} [Medieval Latin] :: The act of amalgamating; amalgamation
amalusta {f} :: camomille
amandandus {v} :: which is to be removed
amandans {v} :: removing
amandatio {f} :: dismissal, banishment
amandaturus {v} :: about to remove
amandatus {v} :: removed
amando {v} :: I send forth or away, remove
amandum {v} :: loving
amandum {v} :: being fond of
amandum {v} :: being obliged to
amandus {v} :: which is to be loved
amandus {v} :: which is to be liked
amandus {v} :: which is to be in obligation to
amans {v} :: loving
amans {v} :: being fond of, liking
amans {v} :: being under obligation to; being obliged to
amans {mf} :: lover, sweetheart
amanter {adv} :: lovingly, affectionately
Amantia {prop} {f} :: the name of a polis, in Illyris Graeca, comprising two towns, one inland, and the other on the coast, now Nivica
amantissime {adv} :: superlative of amanter
amantissimus {adj} :: most or very loving
amantius {adv} :: comparative of amanter
amanuensis {m} :: secretary, clerk
Amanus {prop} {m} :: Amanus
amaracus {m} :: marjoram (Origanum majorana)
amarantus {m} :: amaranth
amaresco {v} :: I become bitter
amarico {v} :: I make bitter
amarico {v} [figuratively] :: I excite, irritate
amarior {adj} :: more bitter
amarior {adj} :: harsher
amarissimus {adj} :: most or very bitter etc
amaritas {f} [of taste] :: bitterness, harshness
amarities {f} :: bitterness, harshness
amaritudo {f} [of taste] :: bitterness
amaritudo {f} [of sound] :: harshness
amaritudo {f} [figuratively, of feelings] :: severity, acrimoniousness, sadness, trouble, sorrow, harshness
amaror {m} [poetic] :: bitterness
amarulentia {f} :: bitterness
amarulentus {adj} :: very bitter, full of bitterness
amarus {adj} :: bitter (taste)
amarus {adj} :: harsh, shrill (sound)
amarus {adj} :: sarcastic (speech)
amarus {adj} :: sour, morose (conduct or behavior)
amarus {adj} :: dire, woeful, terrible
amas {f} :: medieval spelling of hama
Amasenus {prop} {m} :: A small river of Latium flowing into the sea near the city of Tarracina, now the river Amaseno
amasia {f} [Medieval Latin] :: a concubine
Amasia {f} :: Amasya (a town in Pontus, on the river Iris, the birthplace of Strabo)
Amasis {prop} {m} :: The name of two kings of Egypt
amasius {m} :: a lover
Amastris {f} :: A coastal city of Paphlagonia situated on a peninsula, now called Amasra
Amata {prop} {f} [Roman mythology] :: The wife of Latinus and mother of Lavinia
Amathus {prop} {f} :: An ancient town of Cyprus where Aphrodite was worshipped
amator {m} :: A lover (male)
amatorius {adj} :: loving, amorous, relating to love, amatory
amatrix {f} :: A female lover
amaturus {v} :: about to love
amaturus {v} :: about to be fond of, about to like
amaturus {v} :: about to be under obligation to; about to be obliged to
amatus {v} :: loved, having been loved
amatus {v} :: liked, having been liked
amauensis {adj} :: Amau (village in Papua New Guinea) (attributive)
amaurosis {f} [New Latin] :: amaurosis
Amazon {f} :: an Amazon
Amazon {f} :: a female warrior
amazonensis {adj} :: Amazonian
amazonicus {adj} :: Amazonian (all senses)
amb {num} :: both
ambactus {m} :: a vassal, dependent; servant, retainer
ambages {f} :: circuit (roundabout way)
ambages {f} :: long story
ambages {f} :: circumlocution, evasion, digression
ambages {f} :: ambiguity
Ambarri {prop} {mp} :: A tribe of Gallia Lugdunensis situated along the valley of the Rhone
ambasiator {m} [Medieval Latin, Medieval Latin] :: ambassador
ambedo {v} :: I eat or gnaw around; erode
ambedo {v} [transferred] :: I waste; consume
ambeo {v} :: I round, go round, pass around, skirt
ambeo {v} :: I surround, encircle
ambeo {v} :: I solicit for votes, campaign, canvass
ambeo {v} :: I strive to get something from somebody, seek, strive for
ambestrix {f} :: a (female) consumer
ambeundus {v} :: which is to be surrounded
ambi- {prefix} :: ambi-
Ambiani {prop} {mp} :: A tribe of Gallia Belgica, whose capital was Samarobriva
ambiendus {v} :: which is to be skirted around
ambiens {v} :: going around, passing around, skirting
ambiens {v} :: surrounding, encircling
ambiens {v} :: courting, beseeching, soliciting
ambigens {v} :: wandering
ambigo {v} :: I go about
ambigo {v} :: I wander
ambigo {v} :: I hesitate, waver, doubt
ambigo {v} :: I marvel, question, wonder
ambigue {adv} :: doubtfully
ambiguitas {f} :: ambiguity, uncertainty, equivocalness
ambiguus {adj} :: going two ways, hither and thither, moving from side-to-side
ambiguus {adj} :: hybrid
ambiguus {adj} :: changing, fluctuating, wavering
ambiguus {adj} :: uncertain, doubtful, undecided, indecisive
ambiguus {adj} [of discourse] :: obscure, ambiguous
ambiguus {adj} [figuratively] :: wavering, not to be relied on, untrustworthy, unreliable, treacherous
Ambilatri {prop} {mp} :: A tribe of Aquitania mentioned by Pliny
ambio {v} :: I round, go round, pass around, skirt
ambio {v} :: I surround, encircle
ambio {v} :: I solicit for votes, campaign, canvass
ambio {v} :: I strive to get something from somebody, seek, strive for
Ambiorix {prop} {m} :: A chief of the Eburones
Ambisontes {prop} {m} :: An Alpine tribe mentioned by Pliny
ambitio {f} :: A going around or about; that which surrounds
ambitio {f} :: A desire for one's favor or good will; excessive desire to please, flattery, adulation
ambitio {f} :: A desire for honor, popularity, power or display; ambition; vanity
ambitio {f} :: Partiality, favouritism
ambitio {f} :: A great exertion
ambitio {f} [in the time of the Republic] :: The going about of candidates for office in Rome, and the soliciting of citizens for their vote; candidature; canvassing
ambitiosior {adj} :: more ambitious
ambitiosus {adj} :: ambitious (eager for advancement)
ambitiosus {adj} :: winding, twisting (around)
ambitiosus {adj} [figurative] :: splendid, flattering
ambitudo {f} :: a period of revolution
Ambitui {prop} {mp} :: A tribe of Galatia mentioned by Pliny
ambiturus {v} :: about to skirt
ambitus {v} :: encircled, surrounded
ambitus {m} :: circuit
ambitus {m} :: orbit, cycle
ambitus {m} :: periphrasis, circumlocution
ambitus {m} :: show, ostentation, vanity
ambitus {m} :: bribery
Ambivius {prop} {m} :: a Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name" famously held by:
Ambivius {prop} {m} :: Lucius Ambivius Turpio, a Roman actor
amblyopia {f} [New Latin] :: amblyopia
amblyopicus {adj} [New Latin] :: amblyopic
ambo {determiner} :: both (of objects occurring in pairs)
ambo {determiner} :: the two (when the duality of the objects is assumed to be known)
ambofaciens {adj} :: that doubles easily
amboiensis {adj} :: alternative form of amboinēnsis
amboinensis {adj} :: Ambon [attributive] (sometimes called Amboyna or Amboina)
ambonensis {adj} :: Ambon (various places) (attributive)
Ambr. {prop} {m} :: abbreviation of Ambrosius
ambra {f} :: amber (fossil resin)
ambra {f} :: ambergris
Ambracia {prop} {f} :: An ancient town in the south of Epirus, now Arta
ambra grisea {f} [Medieval Latin] :: ambergris
Ambrones {prop} {m} :: A tribe of Danemark, mentioned by Plutarch
Ambros. {prop} {m} :: abbreviation of Ambrosius
ambrosia {f} :: The food of the gods; ambrosia
ambrosia {f} :: The unguent of the gods
ambrosia {f} :: The plant, artemisia, of the genus Artemisia
ambrosia {f} :: An antidote to a poison
ambrosiacus {adj} :: ambrosial
ambrosius {adj} :: Ambrosial, divine, immortal
Ambrosius {prop} {m} :: A masculine nomen — famously held by:
Ambrosius {prop} {m} :: Aurelius Ambrosius (AD circa 340–397), a celebrated Church Doctor and Father, consular prefect of Aemilia and Liguria from AD 372 and bishop of Milan AD 374–397
Ambrussum {prop} {n} :: An ancient town of Gallia Narbonensis
Ambrysus {prop} {m} :: a town of Phocis, situated on a fertile valley near Stiris
ambulacrum {n} :: A place for walking, a walk or promenade planted with trees (often near a house)
ambulandus {v} :: which is to be traversed, traveled
ambulans {v} :: traversing, traveling
ambulans {v} :: walking
ambulatilis {adj} :: walking about; movable, transferable
ambulatio {f} :: a walk, stroll
ambulatio {f} :: a place for walking; promenade, walk, portico
ambulatiuncula {f} :: short walk
ambulatiuncula {f} :: small place for walking
ambulator {m} :: A person that walks about; walker
ambulator {m} :: idler, lounger
ambulator {m} :: peddler, hawker
ambulatorius {adj} :: That which moves about; movable, transferable
ambulatorius {adj} :: Suitable for walking in
ambulatorius {adj} [figuratively] :: fickle, changeable, wavering
ambulatrix {f} :: a female walker
ambulatrix {f} :: a female idler or lounger
ambulatura {f} [of horses] :: a walking, amble, pace, step
ambulaturus {v} :: about to traverse, travel
ambulaturus {v} :: about to walk
ambulatus {v} :: navigated, passed over, travelled, traversed, having been navigated
ambulatus {m} :: walking
ambulo {v} :: I traverse, travel
ambulo {v} :: I walk
amburbialis {adj} :: subject to sacrifice at an amburbium
amburbium {n} :: An expiatory procession round the city of Rome at which sacrifices were offered
amburendus {v} :: which is to be scorched
amburens {v} :: scorching
amburo {v} :: I burn superficially, scorch, singe, char
amburo {v} :: I frost-bite
ambustio {f} :: burn
ambustio {f} :: fire, conflagration
ambusturus {v} :: about to scorch
ambustus {v} :: scorched
Ambustus {prop} {m} :: A Roman cognomen — famously held by:
Ambustus {prop} {m} :: Quintus Fabius Ambustus, a Roman consul
AMDG {initialism} :: Ad Majorem Dei Gloriam, To the Greater Glory of God
Amelas {prop} {m} :: A town of Lycia mentioned by Pliny
amellus {m} :: The purple Italian starwort
amen {adv} :: amen; so be it; truly
amen {interj} :: amen!
Amenanus {prop} {m} :: A small river that flows through Catania
amens {adj} :: frenzied, mad
amens {adj} :: frantic, distracted
amens {adj} [Medieval Latin] :: insane, demented
amentia {f} :: The state of being out of one's senses; madness, insanity
amentia {f} :: Folly, stupidity, senselessness
amentia {f} :: Malice, malignity
amentior {adj} :: more insane etc
amentissimus {adj} :: most or very insane
amentissimus {adj} :: most or very frantic
amento {v} :: I furnish with a strap or thong
amento {v} :: I hurl, dart or speed on something by using or as if by using a thong
amentum {n} :: A s