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-c {suffix} :: alternative form of -ce
c. {abbr} :: caput, capitulum
c. {abbr} :: circa
c. {abbr} :: cum
C. {prop} {m} :: praenominal abbreviation of Cāius praenominal abbreviation of Gāius
C {letter} :: letter
Cabalia {prop} {f} [geography] :: A district of Pamphylia mentioned by Pliny
caballarius {m} :: a horseman, rider
caballarius {m} :: a hostler
caballatio {f} :: horse-fodder
caballicans {v} :: riding
caballico {v} :: I mount a horse
caballico {v} :: I ride
caballinus {adj} [attributive] :: horse
caballio {m} :: pony, small horse
caballion {m} :: spleenwort
caballus {m} [Late Latin] :: horse; nag
caballus {m} :: pack-horse, jade, hack
Cabasa {prop} {f} :: A town of Lower Egypt situated north of Sais
Cabassus {prop} {m} :: A town of Cataonia situated between Tarsus and Mazaca
Cabellio {prop} {f} :: A town in Gallia Narbonensis, in the territory of the Cavares
Cabillonum {prop} {n} :: A town of the Aedui in Gallia Lugdunensis, situated on the west bank of the Arar
cabo {m} :: gelding
Caburrum {prop} {n} :: A town of Gallia Transpadana, now Cavour
Caburus {prop} {m} :: A Roman cognomen — famously held by:
Caburus {prop} {m} :: Gaius Valerius Caburus, a leader of the Helvii, whom was granted Roman citizenship
cabus {m} :: A measure of corn
Cabyle {prop} {f} :: A town of Thrace situated on the river Tonsus
cacabaceus {adj} [attributive] :: cooking pot
cacabandus {v} :: which is to be clucked
cacabans {v} :: clucking
cacabaturus {v} :: about to cluck
cacabatus {adj} :: black and sooty (like a cooking pot)
cacabo {vi} :: To cluck
cacabulus {m} :: small cooking pot
cacabus {m} :: cooking pot
cacalia {f} :: coltsfoot (or a similar plant)
cacans {v} :: Shitting, defecating
cacaotica {f} [Late Latin] :: chocolate
cacaturio {v} :: I feel the need to defecate
cacatus {v} :: defecated, having been shit
caccabus {m} :: alternative form of cacabus
cacemphaton {m} :: A low or improper expression
cacemphaton {m} :: In text it describes an unappealing sound generated by the pronunciation of two random words that happen not to fit vocally
cachecta {m} :: a consumptive (sickly person)
cachecticus {adj} :: sickly, consumptive
cachinnabilis {adj} :: boisterous (accompanied by immoderate laughter)
cachinnandus {v} :: which is to be cachinnated
cachinnans {v} :: cachinnating
cachinnatio {f} :: immoderate or boisterous laughter
cachinnatio {f} :: jeering
cachinnaturus {v} :: about to cachinnate
cachinnatus {v} :: cachinnated
cachinno {v} :: I laugh loudly or immoderately; I cachinnate
cachinno {v} :: I guffaw, roar (laugh uproariously), cackle
cachinno {v} [poetic, of the sea] :: I splash, roar
cachinnosus {adj} :: given to immoderate or boisterous laughter
cachinnus {m} :: loud laughter
cachla {f} :: The plant oxeye
cachrys {f} :: catkin or similar plant part
Cacistus {prop} {m} :: given name, character in the play Vidularia of Plautus
caco {v} [vulgar] :: I defecate, shit, pass excrement
cacoethes {n} :: A malignant tumour or disease
cacoethes {n} :: Mania, especially for writing
cacometer {adj} :: unmetrical (having faulty metre)
cacophaton {m} :: cacophony (union of two or more disagreeable sounds which form an equivocal word or expression)
cacophonia {f} :: cacophony (disagreeable sound formed by the meeting of syllables or words)
cacozelia {f} :: A bad, faulty, awkward imitation
cacozelus {adj} :: badly imitated
cacozelus {adj} :: in bad taste
cactus {m} :: the cardoon, Cynara cardunculus
cacula {f} [military] :: servant, batman, orderly
caculatum {n} [military] :: servitude
cacumen {n} :: peak, extremity, top, summit
cacumen {n} :: end, limit
cacumen {n} [grammar] :: accent mark placed over a letter
cacuminandus {v} :: which is to be pointed
cacuminans {v} :: pointing
cacuminaturus {v} :: about to point
cacuminatus {v} :: pointed
cacumino {v} :: I make pointed, point
cacus {m} :: servant
Cacus {prop} {m} [Roman mythology] :: A fire-breathing giant and the son of Vulcan
cadaver {n} :: A corpse, cadaver, carcass
cadaverosus {adj} :: corpse-like
cadendus {v} :: which is to happen or befall
cadens {v} :: falling
Cadi {prop} {mp} :: A city of Mysia or Phrygia situated near the course of the Hermus
Cadistus {prop} {m} :: A mountain of Crete
Cadius {prop} {m} :: a Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name", famously held by:
Cadius {prop} {m} :: Cadius Rufus, a Roman man killed by Agrippina
cadivus {adj} :: fallen fruit
cadivus {adj} :: epileptic
cadmea {f} :: alternative form of cadmī̆a
cadmia {f} :: an ore of zinc, calamine, cadmia
cadmia {f} :: the dross or slag formed in a furnace
cadmitis {f} [mineralogy] :: A kind of precious stone
cadmium {n} :: cadmium
cado {v} :: I fall
cado {v} :: I die
cado {v} :: I cease
cado {v} :: I decay
cado {v} [impersonal] :: It happens, occurs, befalls, comes to pass
caduceum {n} :: a herald's staff
caduceum {n} :: the staff of Mercury as herald of the gods, the caduceus
caduceus {m} :: alternative form of caduceum
caducus {adj} :: That falls or has fallen, falling, collapsing, drooping
caducus {adj} :: That easily falls, inclined to fall
caducus {adj} [poetic] :: Devoted to death, destined to die, doomed
caducus {adj} [figuratively] :: Frail, fleeting, perishable, transitory; vain, futile
caducus {adj} [legal] :: Lapsed, vacant, escheatable, caducary
Cadurci {prop} {mp} :: A tribe of Aquitania mentioned by Pliny, whose capital was Divona
cadus {m} :: bottle, jar, jug
caebuanus {adj} :: Cebuano
caecandus {v} :: which is to be blinded
caecans {v} :: blinding
caecaturus {v} :: about to blind
caecatus {v} :: blinded
caecatus {v} :: obscured
Caeciae {prop} {fp} :: Two islands of the Saronic Gulf
caecilia {f} :: A kind of lizard
caecilia {f} :: A kind of lettuce
Caecilia {prop} {f} :: praenomen
Caecilius {prop} {m} :: The name of a Roman gens
Caecina {prop} {f} :: A river of Etruria, now the Cecina
Caecina {prop} {m} :: A Roman nomen — famously held by:
Caecina {prop} {m} :: Aulus Caecina Severus, a Roman orator
caecitas {f} :: blindness
caeco {v} :: I blind
caeco {v} :: I obscure
Caeculus {prop} {m} [Roman mythology] :: The mythical son of Vulcanus and founder of Praeneste
caecus {adj} :: blind
caecus {adj} :: invisible
caedendus {v} :: which is to be cut or killed
caedens {v} :: cutting, hewing, felling
caedens {v} :: striking, beating
caedens {v} :: killing
caedes {f} :: The act of cutting or lopping something off
caedes {f} :: The act of striking with the fist, a beating
caedes {f} [by extension] :: A murder, assassination, killing, slaughter, massacre, carnage
caedes {f} [metonymy] :: The corpses of the slain or murdered
caedes {f} [metonymy] :: The blood shed by murder, gore
Caedicius {prop} {m} :: a Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name" famously held by:
Caedicius {prop} {m} :: Quintus Caedicius Noctua, a Roman consul
caedo {v} :: cut, hew, fell
caedo {v} :: strike, beat
caedo {v} :: kill
caedo {v} :: defeat decisively (defeat with heavy losses to the enemy side)
Caedrius {prop} {m} :: A river of Sardinia, now called Cedrino
caeduus {adj} :: cut down, felled
caelandus {v} :: which is to be carved
caelans {v} :: carving
caelator {m} :: carver, engraver
caelaturus {v} :: about to carve
caelatus {v} :: carved
caelebs {adj} :: unmarried, single
caeles {adj} :: celestial, heavenly
caelestialis {adj} :: celestial
caelestinus {adj} :: heavenly
caelestis {adj} :: celestial, of or in the heavens
caelestis {adj} [figuratively] :: divine, of the gods
caelestis {adj} [figuratively] :: magnificent, preeminent, god-like
caelestis {adj} [substantive] :: a deity
Caelia {prop} {f} :: a town of Apulia, situated between Gnatia and Canusium, now Ceglie del Campo
Caelia {prop} {f} :: a town of the interior of Calabria, now Ceglie Messapica
caelicola {mf} :: An inhabitant of heaven; deity, god; goddess
caelicola {mf} :: A worshipper of the heavens
caelicus {adj} :: celestial, heavenly; magnificent
caelifer {adj} :: Supporting the sky or heavens
caelifluus {adj} :: Flowing from heaven
caeligenus {adj} :: heaven-born
caeliger {adj} :: Heaven-supporting
caeliloquus {adj} :: heavenly speaking
caelipotens {adj} :: Powerful in heaven
caeliscalpium {n} [New Latin] :: skyscraper
caelites {mp} {fp} :: The inhabitants of heaven; the gods
caelitus {adv} :: From heaven
caelitus {adv} [figuratively] :: From the emperor
Caelius {prop} {m} :: a Roman nomen, gens or "family name" famously held by:
Caelius {prop} {m} :: Lucius Caelius Antipater, a Roman jurist and historian
Caelius {prop} {m} :: Marcus Caelius Rufus, a Roman politician and orator
caelo {v} :: I carve
caelo {v} :: I engrave, emboss or chase
caelo {v} :: I embroider
caelum {n} :: (vault of) heaven
caelum {n} :: sky
caelum {n} :: atmosphere, climate, weather
caelum {n} :: chisel
caelus {m} :: heaven, sky
caelus {m} :: climate, weather
caementarius {m} :: worker in concrete
caementarius {m} :: mason, stonemason, stonecutter
caementum {n} :: rough stone from the quarry
caementum {n} :: chips of marble
caementum {n} :: cement; mortar
Caene {prop} {f} :: A small island situated between Sicily and Africa
Caenina {prop} {f} :: an ancient city of Latium, mentioned in the early history of Rome
caenulentus {adj} :: covered with mud, muddy, filthy
cænulentus {adj} :: alternative typography of caenulentus
caenum {n} :: dirt, filth, mud, mire
caepa {f} :: onion
caeparius {m} :: grower of onions; trader in onions
Caepasius {prop} {m} :: a Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name"
caepe {n} :: onion
Caepio {prop} {m} :: A Roman cognomen — famously held by:
Caepio {prop} {m} :: Gnaeus Servilius Caepio, a Roman consul
Caere {prop} {n} :: One of the cities of the Etruscan dodecapolis, in Etruria
Caerellius {prop} {m} :: a Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name" famously held by:
Caerellius {prop} {m} :: Caerellius Priscus, a Roman governor
caerimonia {f} :: religious ceremony, ritual
caerimonia {f} :: sacredness, sanctity
caerimonia {f} :: reverence, veneration, awe
caerimonialis {adj} :: ceremonial
caerimonialis {adj} :: ritual
caerimonium {n} :: alternative form of caerimonia
Caeroesi {prop} {mp} :: A Germanic people of Gallia Belgica
caerulescens {adj} :: darkish green or blue; cerulean
caeruleus {adj} :: Of or pertaining to the sea
caeruleus {adj} :: Of or pertaining to the sky
caeruleus {adj} :: Of or pertaining to rivers or sea and river deities
caeruleus {adj} :: dark colored, dark blue, dark green, cerulean, azure
caeruleus {adj} :: gloomy, sable, black
caerulus {adj} :: alternative form of caeruleus
caesapon {n} :: a kind of lettuce
Caesar {prop} {m} :: a Roman cognomen of the gens Iulia, notably that of Gaius Iulius Caesar
Caesaraugusta {prop} {f} :: A city in Spain, the modern Zaragoza
Caesarea {prop} {f} :: Many different cities in the Roman world known as Caesarea, including:
Caesarea {prop} {f} :: Caesarea Maritima (city in modern Israel)
Caesarea {prop} {f} :: Kayseri (city in Cappadocia, modern Turkey)
Caesarea {prop} {f} :: Cherchell (city in Roman Mauritania, modern Algeria)
Caesarea {prop} {f} :: The Island of Jersey
caesariacus {adj} :: Norman
caesaricus {adj} :: Norman
caesaries {f} :: (long, flowing, luxuriant) or (dark, beautiful) hair
Caesarodunum {prop} {n} :: The chief town of the Turones in Gallia Lugdunensis, now Tours
Caesaromagus {prop} {m} :: A town of Britannia mentioned in the Antonine Itinerary
Caesaromagus {prop} {m} :: The chief town of the Bellovaci in Gallia Belgica
Caesellius {prop} {m} :: a Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name" famously held by:
Caesellius {prop} {m} :: Caesellius Vindex, a Roman critic
Caesena {prop} {f} :: a town of Gallia Cisalpina situated on the right bank of the Sapis, now Cesena
Caesennius {prop} {m} :: a Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name" famously held by:
Caesennius {prop} {m} :: Lucius Caesennius Paetus, a Roman senator
Caesetius {prop} {m} :: a Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name" famously held by:
Caesetius {prop} {m} :: Lucius Caesetius Flavus, a Roman tribune
caesim {adv} :: by cutting, with cuts
caesim {adv} [military] :: with the edge
caesim {adv} :: in short clauses
caesium {n} :: caesium
caesius {adj} [of the eyes] :: bluish-gray, gray-eyed, blue-eyed, cat-eyed
caesius {adj} [of the eyes] :: cutting, sharp
Caesius {prop} {m} :: a Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name" famously held by:
Caesius {prop} {m} :: Caesius Bassus, a Roman poet
Caesonius {prop} {m} :: a Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name" famously held by:
Caesonius {prop} {m} :: Gaius Caesonius Macer Rufinianus, a Roman consul
caesor {m} :: hewer, chopper, cutter
caesor {m} :: killer, murderer
caesor {m} :: one who fells smth., feller
caespes {m} :: turf, sod
caespes {m} :: grassy field
caespitosus {adj} :: turf, grass (attributive)
caestus {m} :: a type of boxing glove made from a strap of bull's hide loaded with iron or lead balls
Caesulenus {prop} {m} :: a Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name" famously held by:
Caesulenus {prop} {m} :: Lucius Caesulenus, a Roman orator
caesum {n} :: comma
caesum {n} :: pause, stop
caesum {n} :: killing, slaughter
caesura {f} :: a cutting, felling, hewing down
caesura {f} :: a pause in a verse, caesura
caesurus {v} :: about to cut, hew or fell
caesurus {v} :: about to strike or beat
caesurus {v} :: about to kill
caesus {v} :: cut, hewn, felled
caesus {v} :: struck, beaten
caesus {v} :: killed
caeterus {adj} :: nonstandard spelling of ceterus
caetra {f} :: a short Spanish shield
Caetronius {prop} {m} :: a Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name" famously held by:
Caetronius {prop} {m} :: Caetronius Cuspianus, a procurator
cafea {f} [New Latin] :: coffee
caia {f} :: A cudgel
Caia {prop} {f} :: praenomen
Caiaphas {prop} :: Caiaphas
caiatio {f} :: cudgelling or beating of children
Caicus {prop} {m} :: An important river of Mysia, now the Bakırçay River
Caieta {prop} {f} :: the nurse of Æneas
Caieta {prop} {f} :: Gaeta (a town and harbour in Latium)
Caietanus {adj} :: of or pertaining to Cāiēta
Caiete {prop} {f} :: alternative form of Cāiēta
caium {noun} [Middle Latin] :: storehouse, shop, workshop
caium {noun} [Middle Latin] :: quay, wharf
Caius {prop} {m} [archaic or hypercorrect] :: alternative form of Gaius
Cajetanus {adj} [corrupt form] :: alternative typography of Cāiētānus
cala {f} :: log to burn
Calabria {prop} {f} :: A region of Italy roughly corresponding to today's Southern Apulia
calabrix {f} :: A shrub, perhaps the buckthorn
Calacte {prop} {f} :: a city on the northern coast of Sicily, situated between Tyndaris and Cephaloedium
Calagum {prop} {n} :: A town of Gallia Lugdunensis, maybe Chailly
Calagurris {f} :: A city of the Vascones in Hispania Tarraconensis
calamarius {adj} :: Relating to a writing reed
calamatus {m} :: A kind of hat, cap
calamellus {m} [Late Latin] :: A little reed or pen
calamister {m} :: curling iron, curling tongs
calamistratus {adj} :: curled with a curling iron
calamistrum {n} :: curling iron, curling tongs
calamistrum {n} :: excessively ornamented words
calamitas {f} :: loss, damage, harm
calamitas {f} :: misfortune, disaster
calamitas {f} :: military defeat
calamitas {f} :: blight, crop failure
calamitosior {adj} :: more calamitous etc
calamitosissimus {adj} :: most or very calamitous etc
calamitosus {adj} :: calamitous, ruinous, destructive
calamus {m} :: a reed, cane
calamus {m} [by extension] :: an object made from a reed, such as a pen, arrow, or fishing rod
calamus {m} [of plants] :: a stalk, straw, blade
calamus {m} :: the hollow arm of a candelabrum
calandus {v} :: which is to be called
calandus {v} :: which is to be announced solemnly
calandus {v} :: which is to be called out
Calaris {prop} {f} :: alt form Caralis
calasis {f} :: A kind of tunic
calathus {m} :: wicker basket
calathus {m} :: milk pail (or any of several other containers of a similar shape/size)
Calathusa {prop} {f} :: A deserted island mentioned by Pliny
Calatia {prop} {f} :: A city of Samnium in the valley of the Vulturnus, now Caiazzo
Calatia {prop} {f} :: A city of Campania situated between Capua and Beneventum
Calatinus {prop} {m} :: A Roman cognomen — famously held by:
Calatinus {prop} {m} :: Aulus Atilius Calatinus, a Roman general
calatio {f} :: a calling, summoning
Calauria {prop} {f} :: An island of the Saronic Gulf famous for its temple of Poseidon
calautica {f} :: A covering for the head of women, which fell down over the shoulders
Calavius {prop} {m} :: a Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name" famously held by:
Calavius {prop} {m} :: Pacuvius Calavius, a magistrate of Capua
calbeus {m} :: alternative form of galbeus ("a kind of fillet or armband worn for medical or ornamental purposes")
Calbis {m} :: A river of Caria
calcandus {v} :: which is to be trampled (on)
calcaneum {n} :: heel
calcans {v} :: trampling, treading (on)
calcar {n} :: spur (equestrian, or of a cock)
calcar {n} [figuratively] :: incitement, stimulus
calcaratus {adj} :: spurred, having a spur
calcareus {adj} :: chalky (as a botanical epithet)
calcaria {f} :: lime quarry
calcaria {f} :: lime kiln
calcaria {f} :: lime works
calcariarius {adj} :: lime-burning (attributive)
calcarius {adj} :: Of or pertaining to lime
calcarius {adj} :: Designed for burning lime
calcarius {adj} [substantive] :: A lime-burner
calcatrix {f} :: Female calcātor
calcatura {f} :: a treading
calcaturus {v} :: about to trample
calcatus {v} :: trampled
calceamentum {n} :: shoe
calceans {v} :: chocked
calcearium {n} [military] :: money given to soldiers for the expense of maintaining their shoes
calceatus {v} :: shod
calceo {v} :: I shoe, furnish with shoes
calceo {v} :: I put on shoes
calceolarius {m} :: shoemaker
calceus {m} :: shoe
Calchas {m} [Greek mythology] :: A Greek soothsayer during the war of Troy and son of Thestor
calciamentum {n} :: shoe
calciatus {v} :: alternative form of calceatus
calcicolus {adj} :: that thrives in soil rich in lime; calcicolous
calcicolus {adj} :: occurring on limestone outcrops
calcio {v} :: alternative form of calceo
calcitrandus {v} :: which is to be kicked
calcitrans {v} :: kicking
calcitraturus {v} :: about to kick
calcitratus {v} :: kicked
calcitro {v} :: I strike with the heel (or foot)
calcitro {v} :: I kick (of an animal)
calcium {n} [New Latin] :: calcium
calcivorus {adj} :: lime/limestone-eating
calco {v} :: I trample, tread on
calco {v} :: I walk upon, cross on foot
calco {v} [figuratively] :: I oppress
calco {v} [figuratively] :: I scorn, contemn, despise
calcoaceticus {adj} :: calcium acetate (attributive)
calculandus {v} :: which is to be calculated, which is to be computed
calculandus {v} [figuratively] :: which is to be considered as, which is to be esteemed
calculans {v} :: calculating, computing
calculans {v} [figuratively] :: considering as, esteeming
calculatio {f} :: computation, calculation, reckoning
calculatio {f} :: stone (in kidney, bladder), calculus (stone)
calculaturus {v} :: about to calculate, about to compute
calculaturus {v} [figuratively] :: about to consider as, about to esteem
calculatus {v} :: Calculated, computed, reckoned, having been calculated
calculatus {v} [figuratively] :: Considered as, esteemed, having been considered as
calculo {v} :: I calculate, compute, reckon
calculo {v} [figuratively] :: I consider as, esteem
calculus {m} :: diminutive of calx
calculus {m} :: pebble, stone
calculus {m} :: reckoning, calculating
calculus {m} :: a piece in the latrunculi game
caldaria {noun} :: warm bath, cauldron
caldarium {n} :: A warm bath
caldarium {n} :: A room containing warm water for bathing, caldarium
caldarius {adj} :: Of, pertaining to or suitable for warmth or bathing
caldarius {adj} :: Used for hot water
caldarius {adj} :: Supplied with hot water
caldor {m} :: warmth, heat
caldum meiere et frigidum potare {proverb} :: one gives more than one receives; one gives back generously what one has received
caldus {adj} :: alternative form of calidus ("warm", "hot")
Caldus {prop} {m} :: A Roman cognomen — famously held by:
Caldus {prop} {m} :: Gaius Coelius Caldus, a Roman consul
Caledonia {prop} {f} :: Scotland, the northern part of the island of Britannia
caledonius {adj} :: Caledonian; Scottish
calefaciendus {v} :: which is to be heated
calefaciens {v} :: warming, heating
calefacio {v} :: I warm or heat
calefacio {v} :: I rouse or excite
calefactio {f} :: warming, heating
calefactio universalis {f} [New Latin] :: global warming
calefactivus {adj} :: warming, heating
calefactus {v} :: warmed, heated
calefactus {v} :: roused, excited
Calela {prop} {f} :: A small town or fortress of Apulia, situated in the territory of Larinum
Calendae {fp} :: astronomical new moon
Calendae {fp} :: calends
calendarium {n} :: An account book, debt book
calens {v} :: Being warm or hot, glowing
calens {v} [figuratively] :: Being aroused, warmed or inflamed
calens {v} [figuratively] :: Being troubled or perplexed
calens {v} [figuratively] :: Being yet warm, new or fresh
calens {v} [figuratively, of abstract things] :: Being carried on warmly, being urged on zealously
calens {v} [figuratively, of a place] :: Being eagerly sought, being frequented
calens {adj} :: hot
Calentum {prop} {n} :: A town of Hispania Baetica, famous for its manifacture of tiles
Calenus {adj} :: Of, or from, Cales
Calenus {m} :: A Roman cognomen — famously held by:
Calenus {m} :: Quintus Fufius Calenus, a Roman politician
caleo {v} :: I am warm or hot, glow
caleo {v} [figuratively] :: I am aroused, warmed or inflamed
caleo {v} [figuratively] :: I am troubled or perplexed
caleo {v} [figuratively] :: I am yet warm, new or fresh
caleo {v} [figuratively, of abstract things] :: I am carried on warmly, I am urged on zealously
caleo {v} [figuratively, of a place] :: I am eagerly sought, I am frequented
calesco {v} :: I grow warm; am heated
calesco {v} :: I become inflamed or inspired
Caletes {prop} {m} :: A Celtic tribe of Gallia Lugdunensis, whose chief town was Juliobona
Caletra {prop} {f} :: an ancient city in Etruria
calfacio {v} :: alternative form of calefacio
calfactus {v} :: Having been made hot or warm
calfactus {v} [figuratively] :: Vexed, troubled
Calgacus {prop} {m} :: A British chief who fought against Gnaeus Julius Agricola
calibeus {adj} :: medieval spelling of chalybēius
calidior {adj} :: warmer
calidior {adj} :: more fiery or spirited
calidissimus {adj} :: warmest, hottest
calidissimus {adj} :: most or very fiery or spirited
caliditas {f} :: heat, warmth
Calidius {prop} {m} :: a Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name" famously held by:
Calidius {prop} {m} :: Quintus Calidius, a Roman tribune
Calidorus {prop} {m} :: given name, character in the play Pseudolus of Plautus
calidus {adj} :: warm, hot
calidus {adj} :: fiery, fierce, vehement
calidus {adj} :: spirited, impassioned
calidus {adj} :: rash, eager, inconsiderate
calidus {adj} [rare] :: having a white spot on the forehead
caliendrum {n} :: A high headdress, made of layers of false hair
California {prop} {f} [New Latin] :: California
californianus {adj} :: Californian
californicus {adj} :: Californian
californiensis {adj} :: Californian
californium {n} :: californium
caliga {f} [military] :: Leather shoe or boot
caligandus {v} :: which is to be steamed
caligans {v} :: steaming
caligatio {f} :: dimness (of sight), obscurity (of vision)
caligaturus {v} :: about to steam
caligatus {adj} [military] :: wearing soldiers’ boots, booted
caligatus {adj} [figuratively] :: belonging to the lower (social) orders, lowly, obscure
caligatus {adj} [Medieval Latin, transferred sense] :: most pitiful, contemptible, unfortunate, or wretched
caligatus {adj} [of a peasant] :: in heavy shoes, brogans
caligatus {m} [military] :: a common soldier, a private
caliginosus {adj} :: full of mist, covered with mist, misty, foggy; cloudy
caliginosus {adj} [by extension] :: dark, obscure, gloomy
caliginosus {adj} [figuratively] :: uncertain, dark, obscure
caligo {f} :: fog, mist, vapor
caligo {f} :: darkness, gloom
caligo {f} [figuratively] :: inability to perceive mentally
caligo {v} :: I (emit) steam
caligo {v} :: I am dark or gloomy
caligo {v} :: I grope about; have poor eyesight
caligosus {adj} :: alternative form of caliginosus
Calingae {mp} :: A tribe of India which dwelt near the sea and whose capital was Parthalis
calipha {m} [Medieval Latin] :: caliph
caliturus {v} :: about to glow
calix {m} :: cup, chalice
calix {m} :: cooking pot
calix {m} :: small pipe
Callaecia {prop} {f} :: alternative form of Gallaecia
callais {f} :: A sea-green precious stone, the turquoise
calleo {vi} :: I am callous or thickskinned
calleo {vi} [figuratively] :: I am hardened or unfeeling
calleo {vi} :: I am skillful or wise by experience (in), versed (in)
calleo {vt} :: I know (by experience), have knowledge of, understand
Callet {prop} {n} :: a city in Hispania Baetica
Callichorus {prop} {m} :: A river of Bithynia, mentioned by Pliny
Callicles {prop} {m} :: given name, character in the play Truculentus of Plautus
Callidamates {prop} {m} :: given name, character in the play Mostellaria of Plautus
callide {adv} :: skillfully, shrewdly, expertly
callide {adv} :: cunningly, craftily
callidior {adj} :: more cunning, sly or crafty
callidior {adj} :: wiser, cleverer, more ingenious
callidissime {adv} :: superlative of callide
calliditas {f} :: shrewdness, skill, skilfulness, readiness, aptness
calliditas {f} :: cunning, craft, slyness, artfulness
callidius {adv} :: comparative of callide
callidus {adj} :: cunning, sly, crafty
callidus {adj} :: wise, clever, ingenious
callimus {m} :: A kind of eaglestone
callion {n} :: A plant also called vesicaria
callionymus {m} :: A kind of fish
Calliope {prop} {f} [Greek god] :: The Muse Calliope
Calliopea {prop} {f} :: alternative form of Calliopē
Callipho {prop} {m} :: given name, character in the play Pseudolus of Plautus
Callipolis {f} :: A maritime city of Calabria, situated on the gulf of Tarentum, now Gallipoli
Callipolis {f} :: A city on the eastern coast of Sicily, situated near Naxos
Callipolis {f} :: A town in Thracia, opposite to Lampsacus
Callirhoe {prop} {f} [poetic] :: alternative form of Callirrhoē
Callirrhoe {prop} {f} :: Daughter of Achelous, second wife of Alcmoeon
Callirrhoe {prop} {f} :: Wife of Piranthus
Callirrhoe {prop} {f} :: A daughter of Oceanus
Callirrhoe {prop} {f} :: A fountain at Athens
Callirrhoe {prop} {f} :: A warm, medicinal fountain in Palestine
Callirrhoe {prop} {f} :: synonym of Edessa (city in present-day Turkey)
callis {f} :: path
callis {f} :: rough, stony track
Callisto {prop} {f} :: Callisto
callithrix {f} :: waterwort (Asplenium trichomanes)
callithrix {f} :: An Ethiopian monkey (or some such animal)
Callium {prop} {n} :: a town situated in the eastern confines of Aetolia
callositas {f} :: hardness, thickening (of the skin)
callositas {f} :: callousness
callosus {adj} :: with a hard skin, hard-skinned, thick-skinned, callous
callosus {adj} :: solid, tough, hard, thick
callum {n} :: A hard or thick substance
callum {n} :: The hardened, thick skin upon animal bodies, hide
callum {n} :: The hard skin or flesh of plants
callum {n} :: The hard covering of soil
callum {n} :: A callus, induration
callum {n} [figuratively] :: Hardness, callousness, insensibility, stupidity
calo {v} :: I call, announce solemnly, call out
calo {m} :: A military servant
calo {v} :: alternative form of chalō
calor {m} :: warmth, heat; glow
calor {m} :: heat of passion, zeal, ardour
calor {m} :: fire of love, ardent love
Calor {m} :: One of the most important tributaries of the Vulturnus, now called Calore
caloratus {adj} :: hot, heated
caloratus {adj} [figuratively] :: incited, furious, passionate, vehement, hot
calorificus {adj} :: Causing or promoting warmth, warming or heating
Calos {prop} {m} :: A river of Pontus situated west of the river Rhizius
calpar {n} :: A vessel for liquids, especially for wine
calpar {n} :: A wine cask, a wine pitcher
Calpe {prop} {f} [geography] :: Gibraltar
Calpurnius {prop} {m} :: a Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name" famously held by:
Calpurnius {prop} {m} :: Marcus Calpurnius Bibulus, a Roman consul
Calpurnius {prop} {m} :: Titus Calpurnius Siculus, a Roman poet
Calpurnius {adj} :: of or pertaining to the gens Calpurnia
caltha {f} :: marigold
Calucones {prop} {m} :: An Alpine tribe mentioned by Pliny
calumnia {f} :: A cunning device, trickery, artifice, sophistry, chicanery
calumnia {f} :: A pretence, evasion, subterfuge
calumnia {f} :: A misrepresentation, false statement, fallacy, cavil
calumnia {f} :: A false accusation or prosecution, malicious charge
calumniandus {v} :: which is to be calumniated
calumnians {v} :: misrepresenting etc
calumniator {m} :: pettifogger
calumniator {m} :: chicaner
calumniatrix {f} :: one who makes false accusations (female), slanderer
calumniatrix {f} :: pettifogger; chicaner (female)
calumniaturus {v} :: about to calumniate
calumniatus {v} :: depreciated, misrepresented, calumniated, blamed unjustly, having been depreciated
calumniatus {v} [legal] :: accused falsely, having been accused falsely
calumnior {v} :: I depreciate, misrepresent, cavil at, calumniate, blame unjustly, blackmail
calumnior {v} :: I contrive tricks, intrigue
calumnior {v} [legal] :: I accuse falsely, bring false information against someone
calumnior {v} [legal] :: I practise legal chicanery, trickery, or subterfuge
calva {f} :: the bald scalp of the head
calva {f} :: skull
calvaria {f} :: a skull
calvaria {f} :: (capitalized) Calvary
Calvena {prop} {m} :: A Roman cognomen — famously held by:
Calvena {prop} {m} :: Matius Calvena, a friend of Caesar
calvendus {v} :: which is to be deceived
calvens {v} :: deceiving
Calventius {prop} {m} :: a Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name" famously held by:
Calventius {prop} {m} :: Marcus Calventius Viator, a Roman comander
calveo {v} :: I am bald
Calvisiana {np} :: a town of the interior of Sicily
Calvisius {prop} {m} :: a Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name" famously held by:
Calvisius {prop} {m} :: Gaius Calvisius Sabinus, a Roman consul
calvities {f} :: baldness
calvitium {n} :: loss of hair, baldness
calvitium {n} [of places without vegetation] :: bareness, scantiness, sterility
calvor {v} [pre-Classical] :: I deceive
calvor {v} [pre-classical] :: I intrigue against
calvurus {v} :: about to deceive
calvus {adj} :: bald, hairless
calx {f} :: limestone
calx {f} :: chalk
calx {f} :: the finish line
calx {f} [anatomy] :: heel [of the foot]
Calycadnus {prop} {m} :: A river of Cilicia, now the Göksu
calycinus {adj} :: Having a pronounced or notable calyx
Calydon {prop} {m} :: The most celebrated city of Aetolia, situated in a fertile plain near the river Evenus
Calymna {prop} {f} :: An island of the Aegean Sea situated between Cos and Leros
Calynda {prop} {f} :: A town of Caria situated east of Caunus
Calypso {prop} {f} [Greek god] :: Calypso (a nymph who ruled the island of Ogygia, on whose shores Odysseus was shipwrecked, whereupon she detained and entertained him for seven years, bearing him the two sons Nausithoüs and Nausinoüs)
calyptra {f} :: A kind of veil used by women
calyx {m} :: The bud, cup, or calyx of a flower or nut
calyx {m} :: A plant of two kinds, resembling the arum, perhaps the monk's hood
calyx {m} [by extension] :: The shell of fruits, pericarp
calyx {m} [by extension] :: An eggshell
calyx {m} :: A fitting on a Roman pipe
cama {f} [Late Latin] :: bed
camaeus {m} :: cameo
camahutus {m} :: alternative form of camaeus
camara {f} :: alternative spelling of camera
Camaracum {prop} {n} :: A town of Gallia Belgica, now Cambrai
Camarina {prop} {f} :: a city of southern Sicily, situated at the mouth of the river Hipparis
camaro {v} :: alternative form of camerō
camarus {m} :: alternative form of cammarus
cambiens {v} :: exchanging
cambio {v} [rare, post-Classical] :: I exchange, barter
cambium {n} [Late Latin] :: A change
cambium {n} [Late Latin] :: cambium
Cambodia {prop} {f} [New Latin] :: Cambodia
cambodicus {adj} :: Cambodian
Cambolectri {prop} {mp} :: A pre-Roman tribe of Gallia Narbonensis or Aquitania
cambosicus {adj} :: Cambodian
cambra {f} :: medieval spelling of camera
cambrensis {adj} :: Cambrian, Welsh
Cambria {prop} {f} :: Wales
cambrianus {adj} :: Welsh
cambricus {adj} :: Welsh
Cambunii {prop} {mp} :: A range of mountains forming the boundary between Macedonia and Thessaly
Cambyses {prop} {m} :: The name of several kings of Persia
Cambyses {prop} {m} :: A river of Albania, rising in the Caucasus and flowing into the Cyrus, now the river Iori
Cambyses {prop} {m} :: A river that flows into the Caspian Sea near the river Amardus
Camelidae {prop} {fp} :: a group of two islands of the Aegean Sea
camella {f} :: a kind of drinking vessel: a wine-goblet, wine-cup, cup, or bowl
camelopardalis {f} :: A giraffe, camelopard
camelopardalus {m} :: alternative form of camelopardalis
camelopardus {m} :: alternative form of camelopardalis
camelus {m} :: A camel
camemberti {adj} :: A species epithet, used for a fungus used in the manufacture of Camembert and Brie cheese
camera {f} :: A chamber in its various senses, including:
camera {f} :: A room, especially a vaulted room, a vault
camera {f} :: A deliberative body
camerarius {adj} [of vines] :: climbing, creeping
camerarius {m} [Late Latin] :: chamberlain, camerlengo; officer in charge of a noble, royal, or ecclesiastical household
cameratio {f} [noun of action] :: an arching or vaulting
cameratio {f} [concrete noun] :: a vault or arch
cameratio {f} [by extension] :: a vaulted building
Cameria {prop} {f} :: an ancient city of Latium, mentioned in the early history of Rome
Camerinum {prop} {n} :: a city of Umbria situated near the sources of the Flusor, now Camerino
Camerius {prop} {m} :: a Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name"
camerlingus {m} [Medieval Latin] :: chamberlain
camerlingus {m} [Medieval Latin] :: serf
camero {v} :: I construct in the form of a vault; I vault, arch, or roof over
camero {v} [figuratively] :: I do or construct with art
camero {v} [Medieval Latin] :: I floor a room or home with boards
cameronensis {adj} :: Cameron (various places) (attributive)
Cameronia {prop} {f} :: Cameroon
cameroonensis {adj} :: Cameroonian
camerunensis {adj} :: Cameroonian
Cameses {prop} {m} [Roman mythology] :: The mythical king of Amyclae
Camicus {prop} {m} :: A city or fortress of Sicily, situated not far from Agrigentum
Camicus {prop} {m} :: A river that flows near this city
caminus {m} :: furnace, forge
caminus {m} [poetic] :: Vulcan's forge
caminus {m} [figuratively] :: fire
Camirus {prop} {f} :: Kameiros, an ancient city on the island of Rhodes
camisia {f} :: shirt
camisia {f} :: nightgown
camisia {f} :: alb
Camissares {prop} {m} :: A Persian satrap and father of Datames
Cammanene {prop} {f} [geography] :: A district of Cappadocia
cammarus {m} :: lobster
camminus {m} [Late Latin or Medieval Latin or Vulgar Latin] :: way
Camonius {prop} {m} :: a Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name", famously held by:
Camonius {prop} {m} :: Camonius Rufus, a friend and admirer of Martial
campagus {m} [Late Latin] :: A kind of boot worn by military officers
campana {f} [Late Latin, Medieval Latin] :: a large bell used in late classical or medieval church towers or steeples
campana {f} [Late Latin, Medieval Latin] :: a tower for such a bell, a campanile, belfry
campanella {noun} [historical] :: A smallish suspended bell used in some medieval cloisters
campaneus {adj} [Late Latin] :: of or pertaining to the fields
Campani {mp} :: inhabitants of Campania (a region), the Campanians
Campania {prop} :: Campania (a fertile region of southern Italy, whose chief city was Capua)
campanula {f} :: small bell
Campanus {adj} :: of or belonging to Campania (a region), Campanian
Campaspe {prop} {f} :: A concubine of Alexander the Great
campe {f} :: A caterpillar
campester {adj} :: level, even, flat
campester {adj} :: field, plain (attributive)
campester {adj} [substantive] :: god or goddess of the fields or contests
campestris {adj} :: alternative form of campester
campestris {adj} [New Latin] :: Used as a species epithet
campicellum {n} :: small field
campicolus {adj} :: dwelling in fields or plains
campio {m} [Late Latin, Vulgar Latin, Medieval Latin] :: champion
Campodunum {prop} {n} :: A town of Raetia, now Kempten
campso {v} :: I turn or sail around a place; I redouble my steps
camptaules {m} :: An (unknown) kind of musician
campter {m} :: A bending, an angle
campus {m} :: Open flat level ground: a plain, a natural field
campus {m} [literary] :: Any flat or level surface
campus {m} :: The comitia centuriata, which met on the Campus Martius
campus {m} :: A field of action: scope
campus {m} :: A field of debate: a topic
campus {m} :: An opportunity
campus {m} :: The produce of a field
Campylus {prop} {m} :: A tributary river of the Achelous, now the river Megdovas
camtschaticus {adj} :: Of or from Kamchatka
Camulodunum {prop} {n} :: Colchester (city in modern England)
camum {n} :: A kind of beer
Camunni {prop} {mp} :: A pre-Roman tribe of the Alps
camur {adj} :: curved, bent, crooked
camus {m} [doubtful] :: a punishment device, perhaps a kind of collar for the neck
camus {m} [doubtful] :: a kind of collar for the neck, a necklace or neckband
camus {m} [Late Latin] :: collar, muzzle (as for a horse)
canacheni {mp} :: a class of thieves
Canada {prop} {f} :: [New Latin] Canada
canadensis {adj} [New Latin] :: Used as a specific epithet; Canadian; from Canada
Canaitis {m} :: A river of Aeolis mentioned by Pliny
canalicius {adj} :: dug out of, mined or derived from shafts or pits
canalicula {f} :: A small channel, pipe or gutter
canalicula {f} :: A splint for broken bones, gutter-splint
canaliculatus {adj} :: Like a channel or pipe; channelled, grooved
canaliculus {m} :: A small channel, pipe or gutter
canaliculus {m} :: A splint for broken bones, gutter-splint
canaliensis {adj} :: dug out of, mined or derived from shafts or pits
canalis {m} :: A pipe, spout
canalis {m} :: A gutter, ditch
canalis {m} :: A groove, channel, canal, conduit, duct
Canama {prop} {f} :: An ancient city in Hispania Baetica
canapa {f} [Late Latin, Vulgar Latin] :: hemp
canariensis {adj} :: Canary Islands (attributive)
Canarii {prop} {mp} :: An ancient tribe of Africa
canarinus {adj} :: Kannada
Canas {prop} {m} :: A town of Lycia mentioned by Pliny
canaster {adj} :: grizzled
canaster {adj} :: half-gray
Canatha {prop} {f} :: A city of the Decapolis mentioned by Pliny
canatim {adv} :: Like a dog
cancamum {n} :: an Arabian gum used for incense
cancellandus {v} :: which is to be latticed
cancellans {v} :: latticing
cancellarius {m} :: A kind of porter, doorkeeper
cancellarius {m} :: A secretary
cancellarius {adj} :: imprisoned (living or kept behind bars)
cancellaturus {v} :: about to lattice
cancellatus {v} :: latticed
cancello {v} :: I make like a lattice, cover with a lattice or grid
cancello {v} :: I strike or cross out, cancel
cancellus {m} :: lattice, grate, grid
cancellus {m} :: bars, barrier
cancellus {m} :: railings
cancer {m} :: a crab
cancer {m} :: a tumor, cancer
cancer {m} :: a lattice, grid, or barrier
Canchlei {prop} {mp} :: A tribe of Arabia mentioned by Pliny
cancriformis {adj} :: cancriform
Candanum {prop} {n} :: a town of the Iazyges mentioned by Ptolemy
Candaules {prop} {m} :: A king of Lydia
candefaciens {v} :: incandescing
candefacio {v} :: I make (dazzlingly) white
candefacio {v} :: I make glowing, make red hot
candefacturus {v} :: about to incandesce
candefactus {v} :: incandesced
candela {f} :: A light made of wax or tallow; tallow candle or taper
candela {f} :: A fire
candela {f} :: A cord covered with wax
candelabrarius {m} :: A candlestick or chandelier maker
candelabrum {n} :: A branched candlestick; chandelier, candelabrum, lampstand
candens {v} :: Shining, glittering; bright, clear
candens {v} :: Gleaming (white)
candens {v} :: Glowing (with heat); hot
candentia {f} :: A white, clear or luminous lustre; whiteness
candeo {v} :: I am brilliant, glittering or illuminated; I shine, glitter, glisten; gleam white
candeo {v} :: I glow (with heat), I am glowing hot, I am hot
candescens {v} :: brightening
candesco {v} :: To brighten
candesco {v} :: To radiate
candesco {v} :: To become red hot
candetum {n} :: a unit of measure corresponding to 100 or 150 square feet
candidatus {adj} :: Dressed in white
candidatus {m} :: a candidate for the praetorship
candidatus {m} :: claimant, aspirant, one striving as a candidate
candidatus {m} :: candidacy
Candidiana {prop} {f} :: A town of Moesia on the Danube
candidior {adj} :: whiter
candidior {adj} :: brighter
candidior {adj} :: fairer
candidissimus {adj} :: most or very white, clear etc
candidus {adj} :: shining white
candidus {adj} :: clear, bright
candidus {adj} :: fair, beautiful
Candidus {prop} :: given name, male variant of Candida
candor {m} :: a dazzling or glossy whiteness; clearness, radiance, brightness
candor {m} :: fairness, beauty
candor {m} :: glow, heat
candor {m} [of speech] :: splendor, brilliance
candor {m} [of mind or character] :: frankness, openness, candor, purity
Candyba {np} :: a town of Lycia situated east of the Xanthus
canendus {v} :: which is to be sung
canens {v} :: singing, reciting
canens {v} :: playing (an instrument)
canens {v} :: greying
caneo {v} :: I am white, gray or hoary
canes {mf} :: alternative form of canis
canescendus {v} :: which is to be whitened
canescens {v} :: whitening
canescens {v} :: covered in white; hoary
canesco {v} :: I whiten, become white
canesco {v} :: I become grey or hoary
canesco {v} [figuratively] :: I grow old
canicae {f} :: a kind of bran
caniceps {adj} :: gray-headed
canicrus {adj} :: grizzled
canicula {f} :: diminutive of canis
canicula {f} :: little dog
canicula {f} :: dogfish, shark
Canicula {prop} {f} [historical astronomy] :: alternative name of Sirius
Canicula {prop} {f} [historical astronomy] :: alternative name of Canis Majoris
canicularis {adj} :: Of or pertaining to the Dog Star
caniculus {m} :: diminutive of canis
caniculus {m} :: little dog
Canidius {prop} {m} :: a Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name" famously held by:
Canidius {prop} {m} :: Publius Canidius Crassus, a Roman general
caniformis {adj} :: having the form of a dog, dog-shaped
Caninius {prop} {m} :: a Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name" famously held by:
Caninius {prop} {m} :: Gaius Caninius Rebilus, a Roman general
caninus {adj} :: canine; of or pertaining to a dog
canis {mf} :: a dog (animal)
canis {mf} :: a dog (foul person)
canistellum {n} :: wicker basket
canistrum {n} :: wicker basket (used in sacrifices)
canisuga {adj} [New Latin] :: dog-sucking (attributive)
canitia {f} :: alternative form of canities
canities {f} :: hoar; hoariness
canities {f} :: grey hair
canities {f} :: old age
Canius {prop} {m} :: a Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name" famously held by:
Canius {prop} {m} :: Gaius Canius, a Roman knight
canna {f} :: A reed, cane
canna {f} [by extension] :: Anything made of reed or cane; reed-pipe, flute; gondola; windpipe
cannabinus {adj} :: made of hemp, hempen
cannabis {f} :: hemp
cannabius {adj} :: hempen
cannabum {n} [Late Latin] :: alternative form of cannabis
cannadicus {adj} :: Kannada
Cannae {prop} {fp} :: a small inland town of Apulia famous for the victory of Hannibal, situated near the right bank of the river Aufidus
cannetum {n} :: A thicket of reeds; reed-field
canneus {adj} :: made of reeds or canes
Canninefates {prop} {m} :: A Germanic tribe of the same stock of the Batavi, which dwelt in the Netherlands
cannula {f} :: A small or low reed
cano {vt} :: I sing, recite, play
cano {vt} :: I sound, play, blow (a trumpet), especially a military call
cano {vt} :: I foretell, predict, prophesy
cano {vi} :: I sing, make music
cano {vi} :: I chant
cano {vi} [of owls] :: I hoot
cano {vi} [of a musical instrument] :: I sound, resound, play
cano {vi} :: I sound, play
canon {m} :: a measuring line
canon {m} [figuratively] :: precept, rule, canon
canon {m} [Ecclesiastical Latin] :: catalog of sacred writings
canon {m} [Later Latin] :: a cannon (artillery)
canon {m} :: a yearly tribute paid to the emperor
canonicus {m} :: canon
canonicus {m} :: clergyman
canonicus {m} :: prebendary
canonicus {adj} :: canonical
canonicus {adj} :: regular (obeying rules)
canonista {m} [Medieval Latin] :: canonist
Canopus {prop} {m} [Greek mythology] :: The pilot of King Menelaus's ship in the Iliad
Canopus {prop} {m} :: A luxury town in northern Egypt
Canopus {prop} {m} [by extension, poetic] :: Lower Egypt
Canopus {prop} {m} :: The star Canopus
canor {m} :: song, tune
canorus {adj} :: of or pertaining to melody; melodious, harmonious, euphonious
cantabilis {adj} :: worthy to be sung
cantabilis {adj} :: singable
Cantabri {prop} {mp} :: An important tribe of Hispania Tarraconensis, whose capital was Juliobriga
Cantabria {prop} {f} :: Cantabria
cantabricus {adj} :: Cantabrian
Cantabrigia {noun} :: Cambridge
Cantabrigiensis {adj} :: of Cambridge
cantabrum {n} :: a kind of bran
cantabrum {n} :: a kind of banner used by the emperors
Cantabrus {m} :: a Cantabrian
cantabundus {adj} :: singing
cantamen {n} :: a spell, charm, incantation
cantandus {v} :: which is to be sung
cantans {v} :: singing
Cantanus {prop} {m} :: A city in Crete situated near Cisamus
cantatio {f} :: music, song
cantatio {f} :: charm, spell, incantation
cantatrix {adj} :: singing (attributive), musical
cantaturus {v} :: about to sing
cantatus {v} :: sung, having been sung
cantharis {f} :: The Spanish fly, Lytta vesicatoria, and the poison of it
cantharis {f} :: A worm injurious to the vine and rose
canthus {noun} :: the iron ring around a carriage wheel; the tire
canthus {noun} :: a wheel
canthus {noun} [anatomy] :: corner of the eye
canticulum {n} :: a sonnet or little song
canticulum {n} :: a short incantation
canticum {n} :: song
canticum {n} :: passage in a comedy chanted or sung
canticum {n} :: sing-song voice
canticum {n} :: lampoon or libelous song
canticum {n} :: incantation or magic formula
cantilena {f} :: old song
cantilena {f} :: oft-repeated saying
cantilena {f} :: gossip
Cantilius {prop} {m} :: a Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name" famously held by:
Cantilius {prop} {m} :: Lucius Cantilius, a Roman secretary
cantillandus {v} :: which is to be hummed
cantillans {v} :: humming
cantillaturus {v} :: about to hum
cantillatus {v} :: hummed
cantillo {v} :: to hum, to chirp
cantio {f} :: song, singing, playing
cantio {f} :: incantation, spell
cantito {v} :: I sing often or repeatedly
Cantium {prop} {n} :: a promontory in England (now Kent)
canto {v} :: I sing (all senses)
canto {v} :: I enchant, or call forth by charms
cantonensis {adj} :: Cantonese
cantor {m} :: singer (male)
cantor {m} :: player
cantrix {f} :: a female singer, songstress, player
canturus {v} :: about to sing
cantus {v} :: sung, recited
cantus {v} :: sounded, blew
cantus {v} :: chanted
cantus {m} :: song, chant, singing, incantation
canua {f} :: A kind of basket
Canuleius {prop} {m} :: a Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name" famously held by:
Canuleius {prop} {m} :: Gaius Canuleius, a Roman tribune
Canuleius {adj} :: of or pertaining to the gens Canuleia
canus {adj} :: white
canus {adj} :: hoary
canus {adj} [of water] :: frothy
canus {adj} [of hair] :: gray
Canusium {prop} {n} :: One of the most important cities of Apulia, situated near the right bank of the river Aufidus, now the town of Canosa
canutus {adj} [Late Latin] :: gray-haired
cap. {abbr} :: abbreviation of caput and capitulum
Cap. {prop} {m} :: abbreviation of Capella
capabilis {adj} [Late Latin, Late Latin] :: comprehensible
capabilis {adj} [Late Latin, Late Latin] :: intelligent
capacitas {f} :: capability; capacity
capacitas {f} :: comprehension
Capaneus {prop} {m} [Greek mythology] :: One of the seven warriors who marched from Argos against Thebes
Capara {prop} {f} :: A city of the Vettones in Lusitania, situated on the road from Augusta Emerita to Caesaraugusta
capax {adj} :: That can contain or hold much; wide, large, spacious, capacious, roomy
capax {adj} :: Susceptible, capable of, able, apt, fit for
capedo {f} :: A bowl or cup used in sacrifices
Capel. {prop} {m} :: abbreviation of Capella
capella {f} :: A she-goat or kid
Capella {prop} {m} :: A masculine cognomen — famously held by:
Capella {prop} {m} :: Martianus Minneus Felix Capella (fl. c. AD 410–420), a Latin prose writer of Late Antiquity
capellus {m} :: A small goat
Capena {prop} {f} :: a city in Etruria situated near Veii and Falerii
capensis {adj} [New Latin] :: Of, belonging to or from the Cape Province, South Africa, previously known as Cape Colony
caper {m} :: a male goat
capessendus {v} :: which is to be snatched
capessens {v} :: snatching
capessiturus {v} :: about to snatch
capessitus {v} :: snatched
capesso {v} :: I seize, snatch
capesso {v} :: I pursue with zeal
caph {n} :: kaph, kaf
Caphareus {prop} {m} :: alternative form of Caphēreus
Caphareus {adj} :: alternative form of Caphēreus
Capharnaum {prop} :: Capernaum
Caphereus {prop} {m} :: a rocky promontory at the south-eastern end of Euboea, Cape Kafireas
Caphereus {adj} :: of or pertaining to Caphēreus
Caphyae {prop} {fp} :: A town of Arcadia situated on a small plain near Orchomenus
Capidava {prop} {f} :: a town of Moesia
capiendus {v} :: which is to be captured, which is to be seized, which is to be taken
capiendus {v} :: which is to be taken on
capiendus {v} :: which is to be taken in, which is to be understood
capiens {v} :: capturing, seizing, taking
capiens {v} :: taking on
capiens {v} :: taking in, understanding
capillare {n} :: pomatum, pomade
capillaris {adj} :: pertaining to the hair
capillaris {adj} :: capillary
capillatior {adj} :: hairier (having more hair)
capillatura {f} :: hairiness, hair
capillatura {f} :: wig (false hair)
capillatura {f} :: hairlike streaks in gemstones
capillatus {adj} :: Having hair, hairy
capillosus {adj} :: full of hair; very hairy
capillus {m} :: hair (a single hair)
capillus {m} :: hair, head of hair
capio {v} :: I capture, seize, take
capio {v} :: I take on
capio {v} :: I take in, understand
capio {f} :: A taking
capio {f} [legal] :: The right of property acquired by prescription
capis {f} :: A kind of bowl used in sacrifices
capisso {v} :: alternative form of capesso
capisterium {noun} :: vessel used for cleaning, separating seed grain from the rest
capistro {v} :: I halter; tie with a halter
capistro {v} :: I bind fast; fasten
capistrum {n} :: halter, headstall, harness
capitale {n} [Late Latin] :: capital crime
capitale {n} [Medieval Latin, finance] :: capital [money]
capitalior {adj} :: more deadly etc
capitalior {adj} :: more excellent
capitalis {adj} :: head or life (attributive)
capitalis {adj} :: deadly, mortal
capitalis {adj} :: excellent
capitaneus {adj} :: large, chief in size
capitaneus {adj} [substantive] :: captain
capitaneus {adj} [substantive] :: capital (letters)
capitatio {f} :: headcount
capitatus {adj} :: having, or forming a head
capitellum {n} [Late Latin] :: small head
capitellum {n} [Late Latin] :: capital or chapiter of a column
capitium {n} :: covering for the head
capitium {n} :: opening in a tunic for the head
capitium {n} :: vestment (put on over the head)
Capitium {prop} {n} :: A city of Sicily, situated near Aluntium and Engyum
capito {m} :: one that has a large head
capito {m} [Medieval Latin] :: a tree trunk
capito {m} [Medieval Latin] :: a kind of silver coinage under Louis XII of France
capito {m} [Medieval Latin] :: an andiron, a firedog
Capito {prop} {m} :: A Roman cognomen — famously held by:
Capito {prop} {m} :: Gaius Ateius Capito, a Roman jurist
Capitolias {prop} {f} :: A town of Coelesyria situated near Gadara
Capitolinus {adj} :: Capitoline
Capitolium {prop} {n} :: The Capitoline Hill, one of the Seven hills of Rome
capitulum {n} :: A head-like object or structure
capitulum {n} [Late Latin] :: A chapter, either:
capitulum {n} :: A prominent section or formal division of a text
capitulum {n} :: Various civic and ecclesiastical councils or bodies, as cathedral chapters
capnitis {f} [mineralogy] :: A kind of cadmia
capnitis {f} :: A smoke-colored precious stone
capnos {f} :: fumatory
capo {m} :: a capon
Capotes {prop} {m} :: A mountain of Armenia from which the Euphrates takes its rise
cappa {f} [Late Latin] :: cape, sleeveless coat
Cappa {prop} {f} :: a city in Hispania Baetica
Cappadocia {prop} {f} :: Cappadocia (region in Asia Minor, first a country and then a Roman province)
Cappadox {prop} {m} :: given name, character in the play Curculio of Plautus
capparis {f} :: caper (plant and berry)
cappella {f} [Late Latin, Vulgar Latin, Medieval Latin] :: chapel
cappella {f} [Late Latin, Vulgar Latin, Medieval Latin] :: choir
cappellanus {m} [Late Latin, Medieval Latin] :: chaplain
capra {f} :: a she-goat
capra {f} :: the odor of armpits
Capraria {prop} {f} :: An island of the Tyrrhenian Sea, now Capraia
caprarius {noun} :: goatherd
Caprasia {prop} {f} :: One of the mouths of the river Padus
Caprasia {prop} {f} :: alternative form of Caprāria
caprea {f} :: a roe deer
caprea {f} :: a wild female goat
capreolatim {adv} :: in a winding or twisting manner
capreolus {m} :: roe deer, roebuck
Capricornus {prop} {m} :: Capricornus, the constellation of the zodiac
caprifico {v} :: I ripen figs by the stinging of the gall-insect
caprificus {noun} :: the wild fig tree
caprifolium {n} :: honeysuckle
caprile {n} :: a stall for goats
caprimulgus {m} :: a milker of goats
caprimulgus {m} :: a nightjar (from the belief that they sucked the milk from goats)
caprinus {adj} :: caprine
capripes {adj} :: goat-footed
capronae {f} :: forelock
Caprus {prop} {m} :: A river of Assyria which flowed into the Tigris near Nineveh, now the Little Zab
Caprus {prop} {m} :: A tributary river of the Maeander
capsa {f} :: A box, repository; especially a cylindrical container for books; bookcase
Capsa {prop} {f} :: An Ancient town in North Africa, succeeded by the southern Tunisian oasis city Gafsa
Capsa {prop} {f} :: The Latin name of a Roman Catholic titular see
capsaces {m} :: A jug of oil
capsella {f} :: small box or coffer
capsilago {f} :: A kind of henbane
capsula {f} :: small box or chest
capsulatus {adj} :: enclosed in a capsule, encapsulated
captandus {v} :: which is to be captured
captans {v} :: capturing
captatio {f} :: legacy-hunting
captatio {f} :: feint
captaturus {v} :: about to capture
captatus {v} :: captured
captiandus {v} :: alternative form of captandus
captians {v} :: alternative form of captans
captiaturus {v} :: alternative form of captaturus
captiatus {v} :: alternative form of captatus
captio {f} :: deception, fraud, deceit
captio {f} :: quibble
captio {f} :: catch
captio {v} [Late Latin] :: alternative form of captō
captiosior {adj} :: more captious
captiosior {adj} :: more harmful
captiosus {adj} :: fallacious, deceptive
captiosus {adj} :: captious
captiosus {adj} :: harmful
captivandus {v} :: which is to be captured
captivans {v} :: capturing (taking captive)
captivatio {f} :: subjugation, enslavement
captivator {m} :: he that take captive
captivaturus {v} :: about to capture
captivatus {v} :: captured
captivi {noun} :: genitive singular of captīvus
captivi {noun} :: nominative plural of captīvus
captivi {noun} :: vocative plural of captīvus
captivitas {f} :: captivity, bondage
captivitas {f} :: capture
captivitas {f} :: blindness
captivo {v} :: I capture (take captive)
captivus {m} :: a captive, a prisoner
captivus {adj} :: captive
captivus {adj} :: captured
captivus {adj} :: imprisoned
capto {v} :: I strive to seize, catch or grasp at
capto {v} [figuratively] :: I seek, aim at
captura {f} [of animals] :: A taking, catching; capture
captura {f} :: That which is taken; prey
captura {f} [gained by low or immoral employments] :: Gain, profit, takings, earnings, reward, pay, hire, wages
capturus {v} :: about to capture, about to seize, about to take
capturus {v} :: about to take on
capturus {v} :: about to take in, about to understand
captus {v} :: captured, having been captured, seized, having been seized, taken, having been taken
captus {v} :: taken on, having been taken on
captus {v} :: taken in, having been taken in, understood, having been understood
captus {v} :: afflicted, having been afflicted
captus {m} :: A taking, seizing
captus {m} :: A thing which is taken or grasped
captus {m} :: A prisoner, captive
captus {m} :: A notion, capacity to comprehend
Capua {prop} {f} :: Capua (city in Italy)
capuchinus {adj} [New Latin] :: capuchin (attributive)
capucinus {adj} :: Capuchin (attributive)
Capucinus {m} :: Capuchin
capularis {adj} :: bier (attributive)
capularis {adj} :: (having) one foot in the grave; at death's door
capulum {n} :: handle
capulum {n} :: hilt (of a sword)
capulum {n} :: halter, lasso
capulum {n} :: bier, coffin
capulus {m} :: sarcophagus, bier, sepulchre, tomb
capulus {m} :: handle
Capusa {prop} {m} :: The son of Oesalces and king of Numidia for a short time
caput {n} :: head
caput {n} [New Latin, anatomy] :: headlike protuberance on an organ or body part, usually bone, for instance caput ulnae
caput {n} [New Latin, medicine] :: a disease; a severe swelling of the soft tissues of a newborn's scalp that develops as the baby travels through the birth canal
caput {n} [figuratively] :: the vital part
caput {n} [of a river] :: origin, source, head
caput {n} [figuratively] :: life
caput {n} :: capital city
caput {n} [poetic] :: leader, chief
caput {n} [in writings] :: division, section, paragraph, chapter
caput lupinum {n} :: the head of a wolf
caput lupinum {n} :: a person that is an outlaw
caput mortuum {n} :: a dead man's head, a skull
caput mortuum {n} :: worthless residue, useless substance
caput mortuum {n} :: Cardinal purple, a variety of haematite iron oxide pigment
cara {f} :: face
carabina {f} [New Latin] :: carbine
carabus {m} :: crab, crayfish
carabus {m} :: kind of ship
caracalla {f} :: A long tunic with a hood worn by the Gauls
Caracalla {prop} {m} :: A Roman cognomen — famously held by:
Caracalla {prop} {m} :: Caracalla, a Roman emperor
Caraceni {prop} {mp} :: An ancient tribe of the Samnites which inhabited the upper valley of the Sagrus
caracter {m} :: an impressed mark or stamp
caracter {m} :: character, style
caragius {m} [Late Latin, Ecclesiastical Latin] :: A magician, enchanter, fortune-teller
Caralis {prop} {f} :: Cagliari (city in Sardinia)
Carambis {f} :: A promontory and town of Paphlagonia
Carana {prop} {f} :: The capital of Caranitis, now Erzurum
Caranitis {f} [geography] :: a canton of ancient Armenia, whose capital was Carana
Carantonus {prop} {m} :: The river Charente
Caratacus {prop} {m} :: A king of the Silures
carbaseus {adj} :: made of fine linen
carbasus {f} :: fine linen; cambric
carbasus {f} :: sail, awning
carbatina {f} :: A sort of of rustic leather shoe
Carbia {prop} {f} :: A town of Sardinia, mentioned in the Antonine Itinerary
carbo {m} :: charcoal, coal
Carbo {prop} {m} :: A Roman cognomen — famously held by:
Carbo {prop} {m} :: Gaius Papirius Carbo, a Roman orator
carbonaria {f} :: furnace for making charcoal
Carbonaria {prop} {f} :: One of the mouths of the river Padus
carbonarius {adj} :: of or relating to charcoal
carbonarius {adj} :: charcoal-grey
carbonarius {m} :: charcoal burner
carbonarius {m} :: collier
carbonicus {adj} [chemistry] :: carbonic
carbonium {n} [New Latin] :: carbon
Carbula {prop} {f} :: An ancient city in Hispania Baetica
carbunculus {m} :: carbuncle (all meanings)
carbunica {f} :: A kind of vine
Carcaso {prop} {f} :: A town in Gallia Narbonensis, in the territory of the Tectosages, now Carcassonne
carcedonius {m} :: chalcedony
carcer {m} :: prison, jail
carcer {m} :: jailbird
carcer {m} :: traps (barriers at start of a horse race)
carcer {m} :: commencement, beginning
carcer {m} :: starting gate
carcharias {m} [New Latin] :: dogfish (shark)
carchesium {n} :: A Greek drinking cup or beaker
carchesium {n} [nautical] :: The masthead, scuttle
carchesium {n} :: The upright beam of a crane
Carcina {prop} {f} :: a city of Sarmatia situated at the mouth of the Pacyris
carcinias {m} :: A kind of precious stone, of the color of the sea crab
carcinophagus {adj} [New Latin] :: crab-eating
Carcinus {prop} {m} :: A small river of Bruttium
Cardamyle {prop} {f} :: A town of Laconia situated not far from Leuctra
Cardea {prop} {f} [Roman god] :: The goddess who presided over the hinges of doors and therefore over the family
Cardia {prop} {f} :: a town of Chersonesus in Thrace and birthplace of Eumenes
cardinalis {adj} :: of or pertaining to a door hinge
cardinalis {adj} :: principal, chief, cardinal; that upon which something depends
cardinalis {m} [Ecclesiastical Latin] :: cardinal; originally chief presbyter
cardinalis {m} [grammar] :: cardinal numeral
cardo {m} :: hinge (of a door or gate), usually a pivot and socket in Roman times
cardo {m} [by extension] :: a tenon, mortice, or socket
cardo {m} :: A street, that ran north-south, in a Roman town or military camp
cardo {m} [figuratively] :: turning point, critical moment or action
cardo {m} [astronomy] :: a pole
carduelis {f} :: The thistlefinch, goldfinch (Carduelis carduelis)
carduetum {n} :: a thicket of thistle
cardunculus {m} :: cardoon; artichoke
cardus {m} :: alternative form of carduus
carduus {m} :: a wild thistle
carduus {m} :: the artichoke
carectum {n} :: reed bed
carendus {v} :: which is to be lacked
Carene {prop} {f} :: A town of Mysia
carens {v} :: lacking, being without
carens {v} :: being separated from
carens {v} :: being deprived of
carenum {n} :: A reduction of must in Ancient Roman cuisine, made by boiling down grape juice or must in large kettles until reduced to two thirds of the original volume
careo {v} :: I lack, am without
careo {v} :: I am separated from
careo {v} :: I am deprived of
Caresus {prop} {m} :: A river of Mysia, flowing into the Aesepus
carex {f} :: reedgrass
carex {f} :: sedges
carex {f} :: rushes
carfiathum {n} :: a kind of incense
Carfulenus {prop} {m} :: a Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name" famously held by:
Carfulenus {prop} {m} :: Decimus Carfulenus, a Roman statesman
Caria {prop} {f} :: Caria
Caribaeus {adj} :: Caribbean; discovered or native to and area in or near the Caribbean Sea
caributus {m} [New Latin] :: reindeer, caribou
carica {f} :: a type of fig (from Caria)
Carice {prop} {f} :: A town of Ionia mentioned by Pliny
caricus {adj} :: Carian
caricus {adj} :: rotten
caries {f} :: rot, rottenness, corruption
carina {f} :: The keel of a ship
carina {f} [figuratively] :: A ship
Carina {prop} {m} :: A town of Phrygia mentioned by Pliny
Carina {prop} {m} :: A mountain of Crete
carinatus {adj} :: Shaped like a keel
carinatus {adj} :: Having a keel-shaped ridge; carinate
carinicollis {adj} :: having a nut-brown neck or stem
carino {v} :: I revile, I blame; I insult
carino {v} :: I supply with a shell
carinus {adj} :: nut-brown
Cario {prop} {m} :: given name, character in the play Miles Gloriosus of Plautus
carior {adj} :: More dear or beloved
cariosus {adj} :: rotten, decayed, carious
cariosus {adj} :: crumbly, friable
cariosus {adj} :: withered
caris {f} :: kind of crustacean, possibly the sea-crab or the shrimp
Carisa {prop} {f} :: a city of the Turdetani, in Hispania Baetica
Carisius {prop} {m} :: a Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name" famously held by:
Carisius {prop} {m} :: Titus Carisius, a Roman propraetor
carissa {f} :: an artful woman
carissimus {adj} :: dearest, most or very beloved
Caristanius {prop} {m} :: a Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name" famously held by:
Caristanius {prop} {m} :: Gaius Caristanius Fronto, a Roman soldier
caritas {f} :: dearness
caritas {f} :: costliness
caritas {f} :: charity, the attitude of kindness and understanding towards others
caritas {f} :: price
cariturus {v} :: about to lack, about to be without
cariturus {v} :: about to be separated from
cariturus {v} :: about to be deprived of
caritus {v} :: lacked
carlsbergensis {adj} :: Carlsberg (attributive)
carmen {n} :: song
carmen {n} :: poem
carmen {n} :: play
carmen {n} :: charm
carmen {n} :: prayer
carmen {n} :: incantation
carmen {n} :: ritual
carmen {n} :: magic
carmen {n} :: card for flax or wool
carminabundus {adj} :: versifying
carminandum {v} :: making verses
carminandum {v} :: carding
carminandum {v} :: producing by carding
carminandus {v} :: which is to make verses
carminandus {v} :: which is to be carded
carminandus {v} :: which is to be produced by carding
carminans {v} :: making verses
carminans {v} :: carding
carminans {v} :: producing by carding
carminaturus {v} :: about to make verses
carminaturus {v} :: about to card
carminaturus {v} :: about to produce by carding
carminatus {v} :: having made verses
carminatus {v} :: carded, having been carded
carminatus {v} :: produced by carding, having been produced by carding
carmino {v} :: I make verses
carmino {v} :: I card, produce by carding
carminum {n} [Late Latin] :: song, poem
Carmo {prop} {f} :: A city of Hispania Baetica situated near Hispalis, now Carmona
Carmylessus {prop} {m} :: A city mentioned in Strabo’s Geographica, wherein it is said to have been situated in a valley of Mount Anticragus, in Lycia, Anatolia; the present-day village of Kayaköy is believed to have been built on the same site
Carna {prop} {f} [Roman god] :: The goddess regarded as the protector of the internal organs of the human body
carnalis {adj} :: fleshy
carnalis {adj} :: carnal
carnarium {noun} :: meat rack, larder
carnarius {adj} :: flesh (attributive)
carnarius {m} :: butcher
carnaticus {adj} :: Kannada
Carneades {prop} {m} :: A Greek philosopher born in Cyrene
carneus {adj} :: carnal (of the body, rather than the spirit)
carneus {adj} :: flesh-colored
Carni {prop} {mp} :: An Alpine tribe who dwelt in the mountainous regions of Venetia and Noricum
carnifex {m} :: butcher, knacker (one who slaughters and renders worn-out livestock)
carnifex {m} :: executioner, hangman
carnifex {m} :: tormenter, murderer
carnifex {m} :: scoundrel, villain
carniger {adj} :: bearing flesh
carnis {f} :: meat, flesh
carnis {f} :: the body
carnis {f} :: sapwood
carnivorus {adj} [of animals] :: feeding on flesh, carnivorous, meat-eating
carnosior {adj} :: fleshier
carnosus {adj} :: fleshy, abounding in flesh
carnosus {adj} [of plants] :: succulent
Carnus {prop} {m} :: one of the Taphiae
Carnutes {prop} {m} :: A Celtic tribe of Gallia Lugdunensis whose chief town was Genabum
caro {f} :: flesh, meat
caro {f} :: pulp of a fruit
caro {f} :: body
Carocotinum {prop} {n} :: A town of Gallia Lugdunensis, situated in the territory of the Caletes
carolinensis {adj} [botany, zoology, New Latin] :: Of a species, having a range including North and South Carolina in the United States
carolinianus {adj} [botany, New Latin] :: Of a species, having a range including North and South Carolina in the United States
caroliniensis {adj} [New Latin, botany, zoology] :: Of a species, having a range including North and South Carolina in the United States
carolinus {adj} [New Latin, zoology] :: Of a species, having a range including North and South Carolina in the United States
Carolus {prop} {m} :: given name
Carolus Magnus {prop} {m} :: Charlemagne (North West European ruler)
carona {noun} :: couronne
caros {m} :: heavy sleep, stupor, torpor
carota {f} :: carrot
caroticus {adj} [New Latin] :: carotid
carotovorus {adj} :: carrot-eating
carpa {f} [Late Latin] :: A carp (fish)
carpalis {adj} [New Latin] :: carpal (of or relating to the wrist)
carpasia {f} :: a kind of grand and spacious ship, typical of those from the island of Carpathos in the Aegaean Sea
Carpasia {prop} {f} :: A town of Cyprus
carpasinus {adj} :: A word found in the Vulgate, and now generally thought to mean "cotton"
carpasum {n} :: an unknown poisonous plant, whose venom was held to be neutralised by a broth of sea-urchins; perhaps European white hellebore (Veratrum album)
carpathum {n} :: alternative spelling of carpasum
Carpathus {prop} {f} :: An island situated between Crete and Rhodes
carpatinus {adj} :: made of hide
carpe diem {phrase} :: carpe diem, seize the day
carpe diem cras {phrase} :: carpe diem cras, seize the day tomorrow
carpendus {v} :: which is to be plucked
carpe noctem {phrase} :: seize the night (make the most of the night)
carpens {v} :: plucking
carpentarius {adj} :: wagon(s), carriage(s) (attributive)
carpentarius {m} :: coachman
carpentarius {m} :: cartwright
Carpentoracte {prop} {n} :: a town of the Memini in Gallia Narbonensis
carpentum {n} :: carriage (two-wheeled); chariot
carpentum {n} :: wagon, cart
carpentum {n} :: barouche
carpere et colligere {phrase} :: to seize and collect
carpere et colligere {phrase} :: to pluck and gather
Carpetani {prop} {mp} :: A Celtiberian tribe of western Hispania dwelling in the central part of the Meseta Central, north of Baetica and bordering the province of Lusitania on the west
carphos {m} :: fenugreek
Carpinatius {prop} {m} :: a Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name" famously held by:
Carpinatius {prop} {m} :: Lucius Carpinatius, a Roman deputy manager
carpinus {m} :: Hornbeam; European hornbeam; a variety of deciduous tree
carpio {m} [Medieval Latin] :: carp
Carpis {f} :: A town of Africa on the gulf of Carthago
Carpis {m} :: A river mentioned by Herodotus, maybe the Drava
carpisculus {m} :: A kind of shoe
carpisculus {m} [architecture] :: groundwork, basement
carpo {v} :: I pluck, pick, harvest
carpo {v} :: I tear off, tear out, rend
carpo {v} :: I seize, utilize
carpo {v} :: I criticize, blame
carpo {v} :: I erode, weaken
carpocapsae {adj} :: codling moth (attributive)
carptim {adv} :: by pieces, in parts, piecemeal, separately
carptim {adv} :: at different places or points, on different sides
carptim {adv} :: at different times, from time to time, now and then
carptor {m} :: a carver of food
carptor {m} :: a criticizer
carpturus {v} :: about to pluck
carptus {v} :: plucked
Carpus {prop} {m} :: the name of a carver
carrago {f} :: A barricade made of wagons
carraria {noun} :: a wide road for vehicles; a path for carts ; the descendants have the meaning ”path, footpath”
Carrea {prop} {f} :: a town of the interior of Liguria
Carrhae {prop} {fp} :: A town of Osroene famous for its battle
carricandus {v} :: which is to be loaded
carricans {v} :: loading
carricaturus {v} :: about to load
carricatus {v} :: loaded
carrico {v} :: I charge (a weapon etc.)
carrico {v} :: I load
Carrinas {m} :: A masculine cognomen — famously held by:
Carrinas {m} :: Gaius Carrinas, a Roman consul
carroballista {f} :: A ballista mounted on a cart
carroco {m} :: a kind of sturgeon
carruca {f} :: A chariot
carruca {f} :: A coach
carruca {f} [Medieval Latin] :: A heavy wheeled plow
carrum {n} :: alternative form of carrus
carrus {m} :: a wagon, a four-wheeled baggage cart
carrus {m} :: a cartload, a wagonload
carrus {m} [Medieval] :: a load, an English unit of weight
Carseoli {prop} {mp} :: A city of the Aequi, now Carsoli
carta {f} :: papyrus (sheet of)
carta {f} :: letter etc
cartallus {m} :: basket
Carteia {prop} {f} :: A city in Hispania Baetica
Carteia {prop} {f} :: A city in Hispania Tarraconensis
Carteius {prop} {m} :: a Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name" famously held by:
Carteius {prop} {m} :: Lucius Carteius, a friend of Gaius Cassius Longinus
Cartenna {prop} {f} :: A city of Mauritania situated between Arsenaria and the mouth of the Chinalaf, now Ténès
Cartesianus {adj} [New Latin] :: Cartesian (of or pertaining to Descartes, or to his philosophy or mathematical methods)
Cartesianus {m} [New Latin] :: a Cartesian (an adherent or advocate of Descartes’ philosophy)
Carthaea {prop} {f} :: a town on the south coast of Cea
Carthaginensis {m} :: Carthaginian Spain
Carthaginiensis {adj} :: Carthaginian
Carthago {prop} {f} :: Carthage
Carthago Nova {prop} {f} :: Cartagena (New Carthage, a city in Spain)
cartibulum {n} :: A kind of oblong table of stone, standing on a pedestal
cartilagineus {adj} :: cartilaginous
cartilaginosus {adj} :: gristly (full of cartilage)
cartilago {f} [anatomy] :: cartilage, gristle
Cartimandua {prop} {f} :: A queen of the Brigantes, in Britain
caruca {f} :: alternative form of carruca
Carura {np} :: a town situated on the north-eastern limit of Caria
carus {adj} :: dear, beloved
carus {adj} :: expensive
Carusa {prop} {f} :: A coastal town of Paphlagonia situated south of Sinope
Carvetii {prop} {mp} :: A tribe of Britannia
Carvilius {prop} {m} :: a Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name" famously held by:
Carvilius {prop} {m} :: Spurius Carvilius Ruga, a Roman freedman
Caryae {prop} {fp} :: A town of Laconia famous for its temple of Artemis
Caryanda {prop} {f} :: A city and island of Caria situated between Myndus and Bargylia
caryophyllata {adj} :: A species epithet for several plants
caryophyllon {n} :: clove (spice)
caryophyllus {adj} [New Latin, botany] :: Resembling or associated with clove
caryophyllus {adj} [New Latin, botany] :: Resembling or associated with the clove pink
Carystus {prop} {f} :: A town of Euboea famous for its marble
casa {f} :: hut, cottage, house
casabundus {adj} :: alternative form of cassābundus
casachicus {adj} :: Kazakh
casarius {adj} :: of or pertaining to a cottage
casarius {noun} :: cottager, dweller in a cottage
Casatius {prop} {m} :: a Roman nomen gentile, gens or family name
Casca {prop} {m} :: A Roman cognomen — famously held by:
Casca {prop} {m} :: Servilius Casca, one of the assassins of Caesar
Cascantum {prop} {n} :: a town of Hispania Tarraconensis
Cascellius {prop} {m} :: a Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name" famously held by:
Cascellius {prop} {m} :: Aulus Cascellius, a Roman lawyer
cascus {adj} :: ancient, pristine
casearius {adj} :: of or pertaining to cheese
casearius {m} [Medieval Latin] :: a cheesemonger
casearius {m} [Medieval Latin] :: a wicker basket in which cheese is dried
caseus {m} :: cheese
casia {f} :: alternative form of cassia
casiarius {adj} :: alternative spelling of cāseārius
casiarius {m} :: alternative spelling of cāseārius
Casina {prop} {f} :: given name
Casina {prop} {f} :: the name of a comedy of Plautus (named for its eponymous heroine)
Casinensis {adj} :: of or from Casīnum
Casinomagus {prop} {m} :: A town of Aquitania, situated on the road from Mediolanum Santonum to Augustoritum
Casinum {prop} {n} :: a town of Latium, east of Aquīnum, now ruins near San Germano (a.k.a. Cassino); its citadel the present Monte Cassino
Casinus {adj} :: of Casīnum
Casius {prop} {m} :: A mountain of Syria, whose base was bathed by the river Orontes
Casius {prop} {m} :: A mountain of Egypt situated near the borders with Arabia
casleu {n} :: Kislev
Casmenae {prop} {fp} :: A city of Sicilia, founded by a colony from Syracuse
casmiricus {adj} :: Kashmiri
Casmonates {prop} {m} :: An pre-Roman tribe of Italy
casmus {m} :: old man
casnetum {n} [Medieval Latin] :: a grove of oak-trees
Casos {prop} {f} :: An island situated between Carpathos and Crete
Casperia {prop} {f} :: A town of the Sabines, mentioned only by Virgil
Casperius {prop} {m} :: a Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name" famously held by:
Casperius {prop} {m} :: Casperius Aelianus, a Roman prefect
caspicus {adj} :: Caspian
Caspius {adj} :: Caspian; discovered or native to an area in or near the Caspian Sea
cassabundus {adj} :: stumbling, tottering
Cassandane {prop} {f} :: The daughter of Pharnaspes and mother of Cambyses
cassans {v} :: tottering
cassia {f} :: cassia cinnamon, (Cinnamomum cassia)
cassia {f} :: another aromatic shrub, possibly marjoram
cassidile {n} :: A small bag; satchel
cassidile {n} :: wallet
Cassinensis {adj} :: alternative spelling of Casīnēnsis
Cassinum {prop} {n} :: alternative spelling of Casīnum
Cassinus {adj} :: alternative spelling of Casīnus
Cassiope {prop} {f} [mythology] :: Cassiopeia (wife of Cepheus and mother of Andromeda)
Cassiope {prop} {f} :: Kassiópi (a village on the island of Corfu)
Cassiopeia {prop} {f} [Greek mythology] :: Cassiopeia (wife of Cepheus)
Cassiopicus {adj} :: of or belonging to Cassiope
cassis {f} :: a plumed metal helmet
cassis {m} :: hunting-net
cassita {f} :: The crested lark
Cassius {prop} {m} :: a Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name" famously held by:
Cassius {prop} {m} :: Cassius Severus, a Roman rhetor
Cassivellaunus {prop} {m} :: A British chief who fought against Caesar
casso {v} :: I totter, I begin to fall
cassubicus {adj} :: Kashubian
cassus {adj} :: hollow, empty, devoid of something
cassus {adj} :: lacking
cassus {adj} :: useless, fruitless, vain, futile
Castabala {prop} {f} :: A city of Cappadocia situated not far from Tyana
Castabala {prop} {f} :: A town of the interior of Cilicia situated on the road from Soli to Issus
castagnaretum {n} [Medieval Latin] :: alternative form of castanētum
castagneretum {n} [Medieval Latin] :: alternative form of castanētum
castaldus {m} [Medieval Latin] :: alternative form of gastaldus
Castalia {prop} {f} [Greek mythology] :: A nymph transormed into a fountain
Castalia {prop} {f} [geography] :: A fountain sacred to Apollo and the Muses
Castalia {prop} {f} :: A place in Cilicia
castanaretum {n} [Medieval Latin] :: alternative form of castanētum
castanarius {?} :: alternative spelling of castaneārius
castanea {f} :: a chestnut tree
castanea {f} :: a chestnut (nut)
castanealis {adj} [New Latin] :: made of chestnut wood
castanearius {?} [Medieval Latin] :: chestnut tree
castaneolus {adj} [New Latin] :: chestnut-colored, chestnut
castanetum {n} :: a grove or plantation of chestnut trees
castaneus {adj} [attributive] :: chestnut
castanietum {n} :: alternative spelling of castanētum
caste {adv} :: purely, spotlessly, virtuously
caste {adv} :: piously, religiously
castellanus {adj} :: of or pertaining to a fort or castle
castellanus {noun} [usually in plural form] :: the occupants of a castle
castellatim {adv} :: in different fortresses; scattered about, in clusters
Castelletum {prop} {n} [Medieval Latin] :: the Grand Châtelet of Paris
castellum {n} :: castle, fort, citadel, fortress, stronghold
castellum {n} [figuratively] :: a shelter, stronghold, defence, refuge
castellum {n} :: a structure in which the water of an aqueduct is collected, to be distributed by pipes or channels in different directions; a reservoir
Casticus {prop} {m} :: A nobleman of the Sequani
castificandus {v} :: which is to be purified
castificans {v} :: purifying
castificaturus {v} :: about to purify
castificatus {v} :: purified
castifico {v} :: I purify
castigandus {v} :: which is to be castigated
castigans {v} :: castigating, chastising
castigans {v} :: rebuking
castigans {v} :: correcting
castigatio {f} :: chastisement, punishment, correction
castigatio {f} :: reproof
castigatio {f} :: pruning (of plants)
castigaturus {v} :: about to castigate
castigatus {v} :: castigated
castigo {v} :: I castigate, chastise, reprove
castigo {v} :: I rebuke, reprimand
castigo {v} :: I correct, amend
castilium {n} :: fortified city, often walled
castimonia {f} :: morality
castimonia {f} :: purity, chastity, abstinence
castior {adj} :: more chaste etc
castissimus {adj} :: most or very chaste etc
castitas {f} :: purity
castitas {f} :: morality
castitas {f} :: chastity
casto {m} [Medieval Latin] :: encasement
castor {m} :: beaver
castra {np} :: an encampment, camp
castra {np} [by extension] :: military service
castra {np} :: a philosophical sect
castrametatus {v} :: encamped
castrametor {v} :: I pitch camp
castrandus {v} :: which is to be pruned
castrans {v} :: pruning
castraturus {v} :: about to prune
castratus {adj} :: castrated, emasculated
castratus {adj} :: pruned
castratus {m} :: eunuch
castrensis {adj} :: camp (military, attributive)
Castricius {prop} {m} :: a Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name"
Castrimoenium {prop} {n} :: a town of Latium, now Marino
castro {v} :: I prune
castro {v} :: I ampute
castro {v} :: I punish
castro {v} :: I purge
castro {v} :: I castrate or spay
castro {v} :: I dock (a tail)
castrum {n} :: castle, fort
castrum {n} :: (chiefly plural) camp, especially a military camp
Castrum Danorum {prop} {n} :: Tallinn
castula {f} :: A kind of petticoat used by women
Castulo {prop} {f} :: An ancient city in Hispania Tarraconensis and chief city of the Oretani
castus {adj} :: morally pure, guiltless
castus {adj} :: pure, chaste, free from barbarisms
castus {adj} :: religious, pious
castus {m} :: [ante-Classical, post-Classical] an abstinence from sensual enjoyments on religious grounds
casualis {adj} :: fortuitous
casualis {adj} :: casual
casu consulto {phrase} :: casu consulto, accidentally on purpose
Casuentus {prop} {m} :: A considerable river of Lucania, that flows into the Ionian Sea, now the river Basento
casula {f} :: hut, small cottage
casula {f} :: vestment
casula {f} [Vulgar Latin] :: cloak
casurus {v} :: about to fall etc
casurus {v} :: about to happen
casurus {m} :: fall, overthrow
casus {v} :: fallen; having fallen
casus {m} :: fall, downwards movement
casus {m} :: accident, chance
casus {m} :: an event, happening, occurrence
casus {m} :: misfortune, disaster, accident
casus {m} [grammar] :: A case, termination
Casventum {prop} {n} :: a city of Umbria
cata {prep} :: by (in the distributive sense)
Catabani {prop} {mp} :: A tribe of Arabia which dwelt at the mouth of the Red Sea
cataclysmus {m} :: deluge, flood, inundation
cataclysmus {m} :: shower, douche (medical washing)
cataegis {f} :: whirlwind; storm
catalanus {adj} :: Catalan
Catalauni {prop} {mp} :: A tribe of Gallia Belgica
Catali {prop} {mp} :: A pre-Roman tribe of the Alps
catalinensis {adj} :: Catalina (various places) (attributive)
Catana {prop} {f} :: a city on the eastern coast of Sicily, situated at the foot of the mount Etna, now Catania
catanance {f} :: a plant used in love potions
Cataonia {prop} {f} [geography] :: A district of Cappadocia
cataphracta {f} :: A coat of mail
cataphractus {adj} :: wearing armor, mailed
cataplasma {n} :: poultice, plaster
cataplasmo {v} :: I apply a poultice
cataplectatio {f} :: consternation
cataplectatio {f} :: terror
cataplus {m} [nautical] :: The action of putting into port; a ship (or fleet) that puts into port
catapulta {f} :: a catapult
cataracta {f} :: waterfall
cataracta {f} :: drawbridge, portcullis
Cataractonium {prop} {n} :: a town of Britannia mentioned in the Antonine Itinerary
Catarrhactes {prop} {m} :: A river of Pamphylia flowing into the sea near Attalia, now the Düden River
Catarrhactes {prop} {m} :: A river on the southern coast of Crete
catarrhalis {adj} :: of or relating to a catarrh, catarrhal
catarrhus {m} :: catarrh, rheum
catasceua {f} :: confirmation of an assumption
catasceue {f} [Medieval Latin] :: alternative form of catasceua
catascopium {n} :: A lookout ship
catasta {f} :: platform for exhibiting slaves for sale
catasta {f} :: pile for burnings at the stake
catasta {f} :: scaffold, stage
catastropha {f} :: a catastrophe
catecheseus {adj} :: catechistic
catechesis {f} :: catechesis
catecheticus {adj} :: catechetic
catechismus {m} :: catechism
catechista {m} :: catechist
catechizo {v} [Late Latin] :: I instruct in religion; I catechize
catechumenus {m} :: catechumen
catecizo {v} :: alternative form of catechizo
categoria {f} :: accusation
categoria {f} :: predicament
categoria {f} [logic] :: category
catella {f} :: a little bitch, bitch puppy, female whelp
catella {f} :: a light or ornamental chain
catellus {m} :: puppy, whelp
catena {f} :: chain
catenandus {v} :: which is to be chained, shackled
catenans {v} :: chaining, shackling
catenaturus {v} :: about to chain, shackle
catenatus {v} :: chained, shackled
cateno {v} :: I chain together
cateno {v} :: I shackle
catenula {f} :: small, decorative chain
caterva {f} :: a crowd, a band
catervarius {adj} :: crowd, troop (attributive)
catervatim {adv} :: in companies, in troops
catharticus {adj} [New Latin] :: purgative
cathedra {f} :: armchair (having cushions and supports)
cathedra {f} :: ceremonial chair (of a teacher, later of a bishop)
cathedra {f} :: the office or rank of a teacher or bishop
cathedralis {adj} :: cathedral (relating to a bishop's see)
catholicitas {f} :: catholicity
catholicus {adj} :: catholic; pertaining to all kinds of people and their range of tastes and proclivities
catholicus {adj} :: universal
catholicus {adj} :: (capitalised; in sensu lato) Catholic; promoting, practicing, or related to an occidental denomination of the Christian religion distinct from those categorised as Protestant
catholicus {adj} :: (in sensu stricto) Catholic; promoting, practicing, preaching, or related to the Roman Rite of the Catholic Church, headed by the Supreme Pontiff or Pope
Catilina {prop} {m} :: A Roman cognomen — famously held by:
Catilina {prop} {m} :: Catiline
catilinarius {adj} :: Catilinarian
Catilius {prop} {m} :: a Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name" famously held by:
Catilius {prop} {m} :: Lucius Catilius Severus, a Roman consul
catillamen {n} :: junket, sweetmeat
catillatio {f} :: licking of one's plate
catillatio {f} :: (hence) extortion or plundering of friendly provinces
catillo {v} :: I lick a dish
catillus {m} :: small bowl, dish, or plate
catinum {n} :: A bowl
catinus {m} :: a deep vessel for serving up for cooking food; a large bowl, dish, or plate
Catius {prop} {m} :: a Roman deity, the protector of boys, whom he made intelligent
Catius {prop} {m} :: a nomen — famously held by, amongst others:
Catius {prop} {m} :: Quintus Catius, plebeian aedile in 210 BC and legate of the Roman Republic during the Second Punic War
Catius {prop} {m} :: an Epicurean philosopher (fl. mid-1st C. BC) and author of the works De Rerum Natura, De Summo Bono, etc
Catius {prop} {m} :: Tiberius Catius Asconius Silius Italicus (AD 26–101), Roman consul and orator, author of the epic poem Punica
Catius {prop} {m} :: Publius Catius Sabinus (fl. AD 3rd C.), consul in AD 216
Cato {prop} {m} :: A cognomen, particularly a branch of the gens Porcia
catoblepas {m} :: A type of horned wild animal found in Ethiopia
catoblepas {m} :: A mythical creature with powers similar to a basilisk
catochitis {f} :: An unknown precious stone
Catonius {prop} {m} :: a Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name" famously held by:
Catonius {prop} {m} :: Catonius Justus, a Roman centurion
catorchites {m} [attributive, "of figs", catorchītēs (vīnum)] :: fig-wine
Catoslugi {prop} {mp} :: A tribe of Gallia Belgica, mentioned by Pliny
catta {f} :: a cat
cattus {m} :: a cat
Catualda {prop} {m} :: A noble youth of the Gothones
catulaster {m} :: boy, lad, stripling
catulaster {m} :: young man
Catullianus {adj} :: of Catullus
Catullus {prop} {m} :: a cognomen
catuloticus {adj} :: good for healing over
catulus {m} :: whelp
catulus {m} :: young dog, puppy
catumeum {n} :: A kind of sacred cake
Caturiges {prop} {m} :: A tribe who dwelt in the French side of the Alps
catus {adj} :: clever, intelligent, sagacious, clear-thinking
catus {adj} :: cunning, crafty, sly
catus {adj} [archaic] :: shrill, sharp, clear-sounding
caucasicus {adj} :: Caucasian
caucus {m} [Late Latin] :: a drinking vessel
cauda {f} :: A tail (of an animal)
caudalis {adj} :: Having a tail; caudal
caudatus {adj} [Medieval Latin] :: tailed, caudate (having or provided with a tail)
caudatus {adj} [Medieval Latin, of (hand)writing or script] :: lengthened, extended, elongated
caudeus {adj} :: wooden
caudex {m} :: A tree trunk, stump
caudex {m} :: A bollard; post
caudex {m} :: A book, writing; notebook, account book
caudex {m} [pejorative] :: A blockhead, idiot
Caudex {prop} {m} :: A Roman cognomen, famously held by:
Caudex {prop} {m} :: Appius Claudius Caudex, a Roman consul
caudica {f} :: A kind of boat made of tree trunks
Caudium {prop} {n} [geography] :: An ancient town on the Appian Way between Benevento and Capua
caulae {fp} :: railing(s)
caulae {fp} :: sheepfold
caulae {fp} :: hole, aperture
caulicularis {adj} :: stalk-like
cauliculus {m} :: small cabbage
cauliculus {m} :: stalk, stem
cauliflorus {adj} :: having its flower attached to the stem
caulinodans {adj} [New Latin] :: knotting stems
caulis {m} :: stalk, stem
caulis {m} :: stem of a cabbage
caulis {m} :: penis
Caulonia {prop} {f} :: a city on the eastern coast of Bruttium, situated near Locri
cauma {n} :: heat
cauma {n} [by extension] :: heat of the day
caumo {v} [Late Latin] :: I rest during the heat
Caunus {prop} {f} :: A city of Caria situated west of Calynda
caupo {m} :: Tradesman
caupo {m} :: Innkeeper, shopkeeper
caupona {f} :: an inn
cauponula {f} :: small inn
caupulus {m} :: A kind of small boat
C.-Aur. {prop} {m} :: abbreviation of w:Caelius Aurelianus
Caura {prop} {f} :: An ancient town in Hispania Baetica
caurio {v} :: I caterwaul like a cat in heat
caurus {m} :: northwestern wind
causa {f} :: cause, reason
causa {f} :: case, claim, contention
causa {f} :: motive, pretext
causa {f} :: situation, condition
causa {f} :: (figuratively) justification, explanation
causa {f} [Medieval Latin] :: thing
causa {postp} :: for the sake of or on account of
causabilis {adj} :: causable
causalis {adj} [Late Latin] :: causal
causalis {adj} [Late Latin, grammar] :: causal
causandus {v} :: which is to be disputed
causans {v} :: disputing
causatio {f} :: pretext, excuse, apology
causaturus {v} :: about to dispute
causatus {v} :: disputed
causia {f} :: Macedonian hat
causidicus {m} :: lawyer
causor {v} :: I plead, dispute, debate
causor {v} :: I pretend
causos {m} [pathology] :: A bilious remittent fever
caute {adv} :: cautiously
cautela {f} :: caution
cauteriandus {v} :: which is to be branded
cauterians {v} :: branding
cauteriaturus {v} :: about to brand
cauteriatus {v} :: branded (with a branding iron)
cauterio {v} :: I brand (with a branding iron)
cautes {f} :: A rough, pointed rock
cautim {adv} :: cautiously, warily
cautio {f} :: precaution, caution
cautio {f} :: stipulation, proviso, exception
cautior {adj} :: More cautious, prudent or wary
cautor {m} :: a person who is wary
cautor {m} :: a person who stands bail
cautum {n} [chiefly in the plural] :: provisions (of a law)
cauturus {v} :: about to avoid, prevent
cautus {adj} :: cautious, careful
cautus {adj} :: circumspect, prudent
cautus {adj} :: wary
cavaedium {n} [architecture] :: cavaedium, atrium, central hall
cavallus {adj} [New Latin] :: horse (attributive)
cavamen {n} :: hollowing out
cavamen {n} :: cavern, hollow
cavandus {v} :: which is to be excavated
cavannus {m} :: tawny owl
cavans {v} :: excavating
Cavares {prop} {m} :: A pre-Roman tribe of Gallia Narbonensis
Cavarinus {prop} {m} :: A member of the Senones made king of his people by Caesar
cavaturus {v} :: about to excavate
cavatus {v} :: hollowed out, excavated, hollow, having been hollowed out
cavatus {v} :: perforated, pierced, having been pierced
cavea {f} :: hollow, cavity
cavea {f} :: cage, den, enclosure, stall, coop, beehive, birdcage
cavea {f} :: the seats in a theatre
cavea {f} :: the sockets of the eyes
cavea {f} :: the roof of the mouth
cave canem {phrase} :: beware of the dog
cavendus {v} :: which is to be avoided or guarded against
cavens {v} :: avoiding, preventing
caveo {v} :: I beware, avoid, take care
caveo {v} :: I am aware of; guard against, prevent
caveo {v} [legal] :: I take care for, order, decree, stipulate
caveo {v} [with ab] :: I procure bail or surety from
caveo {v} :: I make someone secure by bail or surety; pledge
caverna {f} :: cave, cavern, grotto
caverna {f} :: vault, chamber, cleft
cavernans {v} :: hollowing
cavernatim {adv} :: through caverns
cavernicolus {adj} :: cave- or crevice-dwelling
caverno {v} :: I make hollow
cavernosus {adj} :: Full of hollows or cavities
cavia {f} :: intestine(s) (of animals)
cavifrons {adj} :: having a hollow or sunken front or forehead
Cavii {prop} {mp} :: An Illyrian tribe settled near the lake of Shkodër, in modern Albania
cavilla {f} :: jeering, raillery, scoffing
cavillabundus {adj} :: teasing, scoffing
cavillandus {v} :: which is to be mocked
cavillans {v} :: jeering, mocking, satirizing
cavillaturus {v} :: about to jeer, mock, satirize
cavillatus {v} :: jeered, mocked, satirized
cavillor {v} :: I jeer, mock, satirize
cavillor {v} :: I gainsay, quibble, or engage in sophistry
cavior {adj} :: hollower
cavirostris {adj} :: having a hollow beak
cavitas {f} [Late Latin, Late Latin] :: cavity
cavo {v} :: I make hollow, hollow out, excavate
cavo {v} :: I perforate, pierce
cavositas {f} :: A hollow, cavity
cavum {n} :: a hole, cavity, depression, pit, opening
cavum {n} :: a cave, burrow, cavern
cavus {adj} :: hollow, concave
cavus {adj} :: excavated, channeled
cavus {m} :: alternative form of cavum
cayennensis {adj} :: Cayenne (attributive)
caymanensis {adj} :: Cayman Islands (attributive)
Caystrus {prop} {m} :: A river of Ionia flowing into the Aegean Sea, now the Küçükmenderes River
-ce {suffix} :: affixed, usually to demonstratives, forming deixes
ce- {prefix} :: alternative form of -ce
ce {noun} :: The name of the letter C
Cea {prop} {f} :: One of the Cyclades situated in front of Sunium
Ceba {prop} {f} :: A town of Liguria in the upper valley of the Tanarus, now Ceva
Cebenna {prop} {f} :: A range of mountains in France, now the Cévennes
Cebren {prop} {m} :: A river of Troas
Cebrenia {prop} {f} [geography] :: A district of Troas
cebuanus {adj} :: Cebuano
Cechia {prop} {f} [New Latin] :: Czech Republic
cectoria {f} :: A ditch that delimits the boundaries
cedarbergensis {adj} :: Of or from Cedarberg
cedendus {v} :: which is to be withdrawn or yielded
cedens {v} :: going, moving, proceeding, going along, moving along
cedens {v} :: resulting, turning out, happening
cedens {v} :: withdrawing, departing, retiring, going away from
cedens {v} [military] :: withdrawing, falling back, giving up one's post
cedens {v} :: disappearing, passing away, vanishing
cedens {v} :: ceding, giving in or yielding (to), stepping aside (for), giving way (to)
cedens {v} :: being inferior (to), yielding (to) in rank
cedens {v} :: conceding, giving up, granting, surrendering, yielding
cedens {v} :: falling (to) (as a possession); accruing or coming (to)
cedens {v} :: becoming, turning into, becoming the equivalent of
cedo {vi} :: I go, move, proceed, go along, move along
cedo {vi} :: I result, turn out, happen
cedo {vi} :: I withdraw, depart, retire, go away from
cedo {vi} [military] :: I withdraw, fall back, give up my post
cedo {vi} :: I disappear, pass away, vanish
cedo {vi} [with dative] :: I cede, give in or yield (to), step aside (for), give way (to)
cedo {vi} :: I am inferior to, yield to in rank
cedo {vt} :: I concede, give up, grant, surrender, yield
cedo {vi} [with dative or in +acc.] :: I fall (to) (as a possession); accrue or come (to)
cedo {vi} [with in +acc.] :: I become, turn into, be or become the equivalent of
cedo {v} [of objects] :: Hand (it) over!; Give (it)!
cedo {v} [with manum] :: Give me your hand!
cedo {v} [of objects, especially evidence or exhibits at a trial] :: Produce (it)!; Show (it) to us!
cedo {v} [of people] :: Bring (him)!, Bring (him) in!, Produce (him)!
cedo {v} :: Tell me!; Describe (it) to me!, Explain (it) to me!
cedo {v} [followed by a conditional clause with consequent] :: Tell me, Come now, Hear me out
cedo {v} [followed by a conditional clause without a consequent] :: What if?, Suppose?
cedo {v} [with impersonal or subjunctive] :: Come now
cedretum {n} :: A place, as a forest, dominated by cedars
cedrinus {adj} :: cedar (attributive)
cedrium {n} :: The oil obtained from the cedar tree—cedar-oil
cedrus {f} :: the juniper tree, Juniperus oxycedrus
cedrus {f} [by extension] :: cedar-oil, used to anoint books to preserve them from damage by moth or decay
cedula {f} :: alternative form of schedula
ceilarius {m} :: alternative spelling of cīdlārius
Ceionius {prop} {m} :: a Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name" famously held by:
Ceionius {prop} {m} :: Gaius Caeionius Rufius Volusianus, a Roman consul
Celadussae {prop} {fp} :: a group of islands of the Adriatic Sea off the coast of Liburnia
Celaenae {prop} {fp} :: A city of Phrygia situated near the springs of the Maeander
celandus {v} :: which is to be concealed
celans {v} :: concealing
celator {m} :: concealer, hider
celaturus {v} :: about to hide, cover, conceal
celatus {v} :: hidden, covered, concealed
Celbis {m} :: The river Kyll, tributary of the Moselle
celebensis {adj} [New Latin, botany, zoology] :: Of a species, having a range including Sulawesi in Indonesia
celeber {adj} :: containing a multitude, numerous, frequent
celeber {adj} :: crowded, populous
celeber {adj} :: honored by a great assembly, famous, celebrated, renowned
celeberrimus {adj} :: most or very famous etc
celebicus {adj} :: Celebes (attributive)
celebrandus {v} :: which is to be celebrated (in all senses)
celebrans {v} :: thronging, frequenting
celebrans {v} :: practising, employing
celebrans {v} :: celebrating, solemnizing
celebrans {v} :: proclaiming, publishing
celebratio {f} :: a concourse, large assemblage
celebratio {f} :: a festival, celebration (in large numbers)
celebratio {f} :: an honoring, commending, praising
celebratio {f} :: extensive use of something
celebratior {adj} :: more crowded etc
celebratior {adj} :: more celebrated etc
celebratissimus {adj} :: most or very crowded etc
celebratissimus {adj} :: most or very popular etc
celebraturus {v} :: about to frequent
celebratus {v} :: thronged; frequented
celebratus {v} :: employed; repeated
celebratus {v} :: celebrated, solemnized
celebratus {v} :: proclaimed, published
celebresco {v} :: I become renowned
celebrior {adj} :: more famous etc
celebritas {f} :: crowd, multitude
celebritas {f} :: celebration
celebritas {f} :: fame, renown, celebrity
celebro {v} :: I go to a place or person in large numbers or often; throng, frequent, fill
celebro {v} :: I practise, employ, exercise, repeat
celebro {v} :: I celebrate, solemnize, hold (a festival); honor, praise, celebrate in song
celebro {v} :: I proclaim, publish, make something known
Celegeri {prop} {mp} :: A tribe of Moesia mentioned by Pliny
Celeia {prop} {f} :: a town of Noricum, now Celje in Slovenia
Celenderis {f} :: A coastal town of Pamphylia
celer {adj} :: fast, swift
Celer {prop} {m} :: A Roman cognomen — famously held by:
Celer {prop} {m} :: Publius Egnatius Celer, a Roman philosopher
celerandus {v} :: which is to be accelerated
celerans {v} :: accelerating
celeraturus {v} :: about to accelerate
celeratus {v} :: accelerated
celerior {adj} :: faster, swifter
celeripes {adj} [rare] :: swift-footed
celeritas {f} :: quickness, swiftness,haste
celeriter {adv} :: quickly, swiftly, immediately
celerius {adv} :: comparative of celeriter
celeriuscule {adv} :: somewhat quickly
celero {v} :: I hasten, quicken, accelerate
celero {v} :: I make haste, hurry
celerrime {adv} :: most quickly; superlative of celeriter
celerrimus {adj} :: fastest, swiftest, very fast
Celetrum {prop} {n} :: A town of Orestis, now Kastoria
celeuma {n} :: alternative form of celeusma
celeusma {f} [nautical] :: A call given by the stroke to other oarsmen to keep time
celia {f} :: A kind of beer made in Spain
cella {f} :: a small room, a hut, barn, granary
cella {f} :: the part of a temple where the image of a god stood; altar, sanctuary, shrine, pantry
cellarium {n} [Late Latin] :: storeroom, larder, cellar, pantry
cellula {f} :: small room, especially that of a slave
cellula {f} :: humble dwelling
cellula {f} :: porter's lodge
cellula {f} :: prostitute's cubicle
cellula {f} :: cell
cellularis {adj} :: cellular
cellulatus {adj} :: cellular (composed of cells)
cellulosolvens {adj} [New Latin] :: That dissolves cellulose
celo {v} :: I hide (something from someone), cover, keep a secret, conceal
celox {m} :: kind of light boat
celsior {adj} :: loftier, higher, taller
celsitudo {f} :: high stature, tallness, height
celsus {adj} :: lofty, high, tall
celsus {adj} :: haughty, arrogant, proud
celsus {adj} :: prominent, elevated
celsus {adj} :: erect
celsus {adj} :: noble
celta {mf} :: a Celt
Celta {m} :: a Celt
Celtae {mp} :: the Celts (inhabitants of Gaul)
Celtica {prop} {f} :: Celtic Gaul
Celtice {adv} :: in language of the Celts
Celtici {prop} {mp} :: the Celts
Celtici {prop} {mp} :: the peoples dwelling in the coastal areas of Galicia, in the Iberian peninsula, at the beginning of the common era, specifically these tribes:
Celtici {prop} {mp} :: the Celtici Supertamarci
Celtici {prop} {mp} :: the Celtici Praestamarci
Celtici {prop} {mp} :: the Neri
Celtici {prop} {mp} :: the Artabri
Celtici {prop} {mp} :: the Cileni
Celticum {prop} {n} :: the Celtic nation, the Celts
celticus {adj} :: alternative case form of Celticus
Celticus {adj} :: Celtic
Celticus {m} :: the Celtic language
celtis {f} :: an African species of lotus
celtis {f} :: a chisel
celtium {n} :: carapace, tortoise shell
Celydnus {prop} {m} :: A river of Epirus flowing into the Adriatic Sea between Oricum and the mountains of Acroceraunia
cembra {f} [New Latin] :: the Swiss stone pine, Pinus cembra
Cemenelium {prop} {n} :: A town in Italia, near Nice
cementarius {m} :: mason, stonemason
-cen {suffix} :: appended to the names of musical instruments, forming agent nouns denoting the players thereof
-cen {suffix} [in a weakened sense] :: appended to various parts of speech, forming nouns denoting musicians or “singers” of whatever kind (human or not)
cena {f} :: dinner
cena {f} [legal, historical] :: gwestva, a duty levied by Welsh kings twice a year upon the free men of their kingdom
cenaculum {n} :: dining room
cenaculum {n} :: attic, garret
cenaculum {n} :: room of a house
cenandus {v} :: Which is to be eaten (at dinner)
cenans {v} :: dining
cenaturus {v} :: About to eat (dinner)
cenatus {v} :: dined
Cenchreae {prop} {fp} :: a port-town of Corinthus, situated on the Saronic gulf
cenchritis {f} :: An unknown kind of gem
cenchros {m} :: An (unknown) type of gemstone, possibly a small diamond
cenit {n} [Medieval Latin, astronomy] :: zenith (point in the sky vertically above a given position or observer)
cenito {v} :: I dine often
ceniz {n} :: alternative spelling of cenit
ceno {v} :: I dine
Cenomani {prop} {mp} :: A Gaulish tribe of Gallia Cisalpina, settled between the territory of the Insubres and that of the Veneti
censendus {v} :: which is to be judged
censens {v} :: recommending
censeo {v} :: I give an opinion
censeo {v} :: I think, suppose or judge
censeo {v} :: I recommend
censeo {v} :: I decree, vote or determine
censeo {v} :: I count or reckon
censeo {v} :: I assess
censor {m} :: censor
censor {m} :: provincial magistrate with similar duties
censor {m} :: a critic, especially a severe one of morals and society
censorius {adj} :: censorial
censorius {adj} :: rigid, severe
censorius {adj} :: austere
censura {f} :: The office of a censor; censorship
censura {f} :: appraisal, oversight, control
censura {f} :: A judgment; opinion
censura {f} :: A severe judgment
censurus {v} :: about to recommend
census {m} :: census, a registering of the populace and their property
census {m} :: A register resulting from a census
census {m} [poetic] :: Rich gifts, presents, wealth
census {adj} :: registered
census {adj} :: assessed
centaurea {f} [Medieval Latin] :: alternative form of centaurēum
centaureum {n} [with maius] :: Centaurea centaurium
centaureum {n} [with minus] :: Gentiana centaurium
centauria {f} [Medieval Latin] :: alternative form of centaurēum
centaurion {n} :: alternative form of centaurēum
centaurus {m} :: a centaur
centenarius {adj} :: containing a hundred
centenarius {adj} :: hundredfold
Centenius {prop} {m} :: a Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name" famously held by:
Centenius {prop} {m} :: Gaius Centenius, a Roman propraetor
centenus {adj} :: one hundred (things)
centesima {f} :: hundredth
centesima {f} :: one percent
centesima {f} :: cent
centesimatio {f} [rare] :: the selection by lot of every hundredth man for a punishment; centesimation
centesimo {vt} :: I centesimate (to select one person in every hundred for a punishment)
centesimus {num} [ordinal] :: hundredth
centgravius {m} [Medieval Latin, Frankish Empire] :: the judge of a territorial association of farms with its own judiciary, the deputy of a local count
centi- {prefix} :: one hundred-, hundred-; indicates a count of one hundred items
centiceps {adj} :: hundred-headed; with a hundred heads
centiens {adv} :: a hundred times
centies {adv} :: alternative form of centiens
centipellio {m} :: third stomach of a ruminant; psalterium, omasum
centipes {adj} :: hundred-footed
centipes {m} :: centipede
cento {m} :: A garment of several pieces sewed together; a patchwork
cento {m} :: A cap worn under the helmet
Cento {prop} {m} :: A Roman cognomen — famously held by:
Cento {prop} {m} :: Gaius Claudius Centho, a Roman consul
centoculus {adj} :: hundred-eyed
Centores {prop} {m} :: A tribe of Colchis mentioned by Gaius Valerius Flaccus
centralis {adj} :: central, in the middle
centralissime {adv} :: superlative of centrāliter
centraliter {adv} [Renaissance Latin, Renaissance Latin] :: centrally, in the middle
centralius {adv} :: comparative of centrāliter
centrinae {fp} :: A kind of beetle or wasp
centripetentia {f} [physics] :: centripetency, centripetal force
centripetus {adj} [physics] :: centripetal
centrum {n} :: center [US]; centre [UK]
centum {num} [cardinal] :: a hundred; 100
Centumalus {prop} {m} :: A Roman cognomen — famously held by:
Centumalus {prop} {m} :: Gnaeus Fulvius Centumalus, a Roman consul
centumgravius {m} [Medieval Latin] :: alternative form of centgrāvius
centumviralis {adj} :: centumviral
centunculus {m} :: small patchwork
centunculus {m} :: bindweed, knotweed
centuplico {v} :: I increase one hundredfold
centuplum {n} :: hundredfold
centuplus {adj} :: hundredfold, centuple
centuria {f} :: century, in its senses as
centuria {f} :: any assembly of a hundred people or things
centuria {f} :: any division into a hundred people or things
centuria {f} [historical military] :: a company of Roman infantry, the smallest tactical division of a legion, originally of 100 men but later varying between 60 and 160
centuria {f} [historical military] :: a company of auxiliary infantry equivalent to an Roman cohort, first established during the Imperial era
centuria {f} [historical units of measure] :: a unit of area
centuria {f} [historical politics] :: a traditional division of the Roman people, allegedly established by Servius Tullius on the basis of property
centuria {f} [figuratively] :: any similar division, regardless of number
centuriandus {v} :: which is to be divided into hundreds
centurians {v} :: dividing into hundreds
centuriatim {adv} :: by centuries or companies
centuriatim {adv} [figuratively] :: in masses or crowds
centuriaturus {v} :: about to divide into hundreds
centuriatus {m} :: A division into centuries
centuriatus {m} :: The office of a centurion
centuriatus {v} :: divided into centuries
centurio {v} :: I divide into groups of one hundred
centurio {v} [military] :: I arrange into companies
centurio {v} [only in perfect participle] :: having voted according to centuries
centurio {m} :: centurion; commander of a hundred men
Centuripa {np} :: a city of the interior of Sicily, situated near the valley of the river Symaethus, now Centuripe
cenulentus {adj} :: medieval spelling of caenulentus
ceola {f} [Late Latin, Medieval Latin] :: longship
cepa {f} :: onion
cepa {f} [New Latin] :: Used as a species epithet in taxonomic names
cepacia {adj} :: onion (attributive)
cephalaea {f} [medical] :: a continued pain in the head, a lasting headache
cephalicus {adj} :: head (attributive), cephalic
cephalis {adj} :: bowl-shaped
Cephallenia {prop} {f} :: An island of the Ionian Sea, now Cephalonia
Cephaloedium {prop} {n} :: a town on the northern coast of Sicily, situated between Himera and Alaesa, now Cefalù
cephalophus {adj} :: tufted (on the head)
cephalote {adj} :: headed (having a head)
cephalus {m} :: chub, chevin, pollard (European freshwater fish, Squalius cephalus)
Cephas {prop} :: The apostle Peter, using the name given to him by Jesus
Cepheis {f} :: daughter of Cepheus, especially Andromeda
Cepheius {adj} :: of Cepheus
Cepheius {adj} [metonymically] :: Ethiopian
cephenes {mp} :: the drones in a swarm of bees
Cephenes {mp} :: a people of Ethiopia
Cepheus {prop} {m} [mythology] :: Cepheus (a king of Ethiopia, husband of Cassiopeia, father of Andromeda)
Cepheus {adj} :: of Cepheus, Ethiopian
Cephisus {prop} {m} :: A river of Boeotia
Cephisus {prop} {m} :: A river of Attica
Cephisus {prop} {m} :: A river of Argolis
Cepia {prop} {f} :: An island situated in front of Paphos
cepitis {f} :: An unknown kind of precious stone
-ceps {suffix} :: -headed
-ceps {suffix} :: -fold
-ceps {suffix} :: -catcher
-ceps {suffix} :: -taker
cepulla {f} :: onion-bed, onion-field
cepulla {f} :: small onion
cera {f} :: wax, beeswax, honeycomb
cera {f} :: a writing tablet covered with wax
cera {f} :: a wax seal
cera {f} :: a wax image
Ceraine {prop} {f} :: A town of Phrygia mentioned by Pliny
ceramensis {adj} :: Ceram Sea (attributive)
ceramitis {f} :: A brick-colored precious stone
Ceramus {prop} {f} :: A city of Caria on the northern coast of the Ceramic Gulf
cerandus {v} :: which is to be waxed
cerans {v} :: waxing
cerastes {m} :: horned viper (of genus Cerastes)
cerasum {n} :: alternative form of cerasus
cerasus {f} :: cherry tree
cerasus {f} :: cherry
ceratium {n} [plant] :: carob, Ceratonia siliqua
ceraturus {v} :: about to wax
ceratus {v} :: waxed
ceraunia {f} :: A kind of lightning-colored precious stone
Ceraunilia {prop} {f} :: A town of Samnium or Apulia identified with the town of Cerignola
Cerbalus {prop} {m} :: A river of Apulia, that forms the northern boundary of the Daunii, now the river Cervaro
Cerbia {prop} {f} :: A town of Cyprus
cerceris {f} :: An unknown kind of bird
Cercetius {prop} {m} :: A mountain of Thessaly
Cercina {prop} {f} :: Chergui, the biggest of the Kerkennah islands
Cercinitis {f} :: A lake of Macedonia formed by the river Strymon
Cercinitis {f} :: Gharbi, the smallest of the Kerkennah islands
Cercinium {prop} {n} :: A town of Thessaly near Lake Boebeis
Cerco {prop} {m} :: A Roman cognomen — famously held by:
Cerco {prop} {m} :: Quintus Lutatius Cerco, a Roman consul
cercurus {m} [nautical] :: A fast, light vessel used by the Cyprians
cercurus {m} :: A type of marine fish
cerdo {m} :: A handicraftsman
Cerealia {prop} {np} :: Cerealia (festival celebrated in honour of Ceres)
Cerealis {prop} {m} :: a cognomen, famously held by:
Cerealis {prop} {m} :: Gaius Anicius Cerialis, a Roman consul
Cereatae {prop} {fp} :: A town of Latium, situated between Anagnia and Sora
cerebellum {n} :: brain, little brain
cerebellum {n} :: seat of senses, intellect
cerebralis {adj} :: cerebral
cerebrum {n} :: brain
cerebrum {n} :: skull
cereolus {adj} :: of the colour of wax
cereolus {adj} :: (by extension) small candle
cereolus {adj} :: (by extension) plum
Ceres {prop} {f} [Roman god] :: Ceres (Roman goddess)
Ceres {prop} {f} [astronomy, New Latin] :: Ceres (dwarf planet)
ceresia {f} [Late Latin, Vulgar Latin] :: cherry
cereus {adj} :: of wax, waxen
cereus {adj} :: of the colour of wax
cereus {adj} :: of the properties of wax; soft, pliant
cereus {adj} [figuratively] :: easily moved, swayed or persuaded
cereus {m} :: a wax taper or light, particularly those that were brought by clients to their patrons as presents at the time of the Saturnalia
Cereus {prop} {m} :: A small river of Euboea
cerevisia {f} :: alternative form of cervisia
cerevisialis {adj} :: alternative spelling of cervisiālis
Cerfennia {prop} {f} :: A town of the Marsi, situated between Alba Fucensis and Corfinium
Cerialia {prop} {np} :: alternative spelling of Cereālia
Cerillae {prop} {fp} :: A coastal town of Bruttium, now Cirella
cerinthus {m} :: beebread
Cerinthus {prop} {f} :: A town of Euboea situated near the river Budorus
ceritis {f} :: A precious stone similar to wax
cerium {n} :: A bad species of swelling or ulcer
cerium {n} :: cerium
cernendus {v} :: which is to be separated, which is to be sifted
cernendus {v} :: which is to be distinguished, which is to be discerned, which is to be seen
cernens {v} :: separating, sifting
cernens {v} :: distinguishing, discerning, seeing
cernentia {f} :: seeing; the sight
cerno {v} :: I separate, sift
cerno {v} :: I distinguish, discern, see
cerno {v} :: I perceive
cerno {v} :: I decide
cernos {m} :: A kind of earthen vase used in sacrifices
cernuandus {v} :: which is to be tumbled
cernuans {v} :: tumbling
cernuaturus {v} :: about to tumble
cernuatus {v} :: tumbled
cernuo {v} :: I fall over, tumble
cernuus {adj} :: with the face turned towards the earth, inclined forwards, stooping or bowing forwards
cernuus {adj} [Vergilian] :: falling over
cernuus {adj} [Late Latin] :: bowed (forwards)
cero {v} :: I smear or coat with wax
cerosus {adj} :: full of wax; waxy
cerritus {adj} :: frantic, frenzied
cerritus {adj} :: mad, demented
cerrus {f} :: Turkey oak (tree, Quercus cerris)
certabundus {adj} :: disputing, contending
certamen {n} :: A contest, struggle, strife
certamen {n} :: A battle, engagement, combat
certamen {n} :: An object contended for, prize
certandus {v} :: which is to be wrestled
certans {v} :: wrestling
certatim {adv} :: earnestly, eagerly
certatio {f} :: striving, strife, combat
certaturus {v} :: about to wrestle
certatus {v} :: wrestled
certe {adv} :: certainly, surely
certe {adv} :: at any rate
certificatum {n} :: certificate
certificatum {n} :: certification
certificatum {n} :: diploma
certior {adj} :: more certain, rather certain
certiorem facio {v} [figurative] :: I inform about, tell about
certior fio {v} [figurative] :: I'm informed of, I'm made aware of
certitudo {f} :: certainty, certitude
certo {v} :: I fight, wrestle
certo {v} :: I contend, compete
certo {v} :: I struggle, strive
certo {v} [military] :: I fight it out
certo {v} [legal] :: I dispute
certo {v} [with infinitive] :: I try hard
certo {adv} :: certainly, surely
certo {adv} :: with certainty, without doubt
certus {adj} :: certain
certus {adj} :: fixed, settled, firm
certus {adj} :: resolved, determined
certus {adj} :: sure
cerui {noun} :: genitive singular of ceruus
cerui {noun} :: nominative plural of ceruus
cerui {noun} :: vocative plural of ceruus
ceruleus {adj} :: alternative form of caeruleus
cerussa {f} :: A white-lead or ceruse used by women to make the skin white
cerva {f} :: a female deer, doe, hind
cervarius {adj} :: of, pertaining to, or connected with deer
Cervarius {prop} {m} :: a Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name" famously held by:
Cervarius {prop} {m} :: Cervarius Proculus, a Roman man who took part in the Pisonian conspiracy
cervesia {f} :: alternative form of cervisia
cervical {n} :: pillow, cushion, bolster
cervicapra {adj} [New Latin] :: deer + goat (attributive)
cervicatus {adj} :: stiffnecked, obstinate, stubborn
cervicornis {adj} :: having a horn like a stag, stag-horned
cervicula {f} :: neck
cervina {f} :: deer's meat, venison
cervinus {adj} :: Of or pertaining to a deer
cervinus {adj} :: tawny, deerskin brown
cervisia {f} :: beer
cervisialis {adj} [Medieval Latin] :: of, pertaining to, or used for beer or brewing
cervix {f} [anatomy] :: The neck of a person or animal
cervix {f} [by extension] :: The neck of an object (e.g. bottle)
cervix {f} [figuratively] :: Boldness, headstrong behavior
cervos {m} :: alternative form of cervus
cervus {m} :: deer, stag
cervus {m} [by extension] :: forked stakes
cervus {m} [military] :: cheval de frise
Cerynites {prop} {m} :: A river of Achaia flowing into the sea near Helice
cespes {m} :: alternative form of caespes
cessans {v} :: delaying
cessans {v} :: resting
cessatio {f} :: rest, relaxation, respite
cessatio {f} :: inactivity, idleness
cessator {m} :: idler, loiterer
cessatrix {f} :: idler, loiterer (female)
cessatus {v} :: delayed
cessatus {v} :: rested
Cessero {prop} {f} :: A town in Gallia Narbonensis, in the territory of the Tectosages
cessicius {adj} :: ceding, conceding, surrendering
cessio {f} :: surrendering
cesso {v} :: I am remiss
cesso {v} :: I delay, hold back, tarry
cesso {v} :: I rest
cesso {v} :: I am free of
cessurus {v} :: about to withdraw
cessurus {v} :: about to yield
cessus {v} :: conceded, given up, granted, surrendered, yielded, having been given up
Cestius {prop} {m} :: a Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name" famously held by:
Cestius {prop} {m} :: Lucius Cestius Pius, a Roman rhetorician
Cestria {prop} {f} :: a town of Epirus situated in the south of Chaonia
cestrum {n} :: a grave, graving tool [used in encaustic painting]
Cestrus {prop} {m} :: A river of Pamphylia which flows into the Mediterranean Sea, now the Aksu River (Turkey)
cestus {m} :: a girdle, tie, band or strap worn around the upper body, directly under the breast
cestus {m} :: the girdle of Aphrodite or Venus
cestus {m} :: boxing glove; a strip of leather, weighted with iron or lead, tied to a boxer's hands
ceterum {adv} :: as for the rest
ceterum {adv} :: moreover, in addition, furthermore (moving on to another topic)
ceterum {adv} :: certainly
ceterum censeo {phrase} :: "furthermore, I propose": a formulaic expression used to end a speech by reinforcing one, often unrelated, major view
ceterus {adj} :: the other, remainder, rest
ceterus {adj} :: besides, also
ceterus {adj} :: (substantive) the others, everybody else
Cethegus {prop} {m} :: A Roman cognomen — famously held by:
Cethegus {prop} {m} :: Gaius Cornelius Cethegus, a Roman consul
Cetium {prop} {n} :: a town of Noricum, now probably Sankt Pölten
Cetius {prop} {m} :: A river of Mysia that flows into the Caicus
cetos {n} :: Alternative form of cētus, but neuter
cetus {m} :: Any large sea-animal, such as a whale, shark, seal, dog-fish, dolphin, or tuna, or a sea monster
cetus {m} :: The constellation Cetus, the Whale.
ceu {adv} :: as, like, just as
Ceutrones {prop} {m} :: A Celtic tribe of Gallia Lugdunensis
ceva {f} :: A kind of small cow
ceveo {v} :: I move my haunches; I am penetrated anally
ceveo {v} [figuratively] :: I fawn, flatter
ceylanicus {adj} :: alternative form of ceylonicus
ceylonensis {adj} :: Ceylonese
ceylonicus {adj} :: Ceylon (attributive); Ceylonese; Sri Lankan
cf. {v} :: abbreviation of confer
Chaboras {prop} {m} :: A river of Mesopotamia, now the Khabur (Euphrates) River
Chabrias {prop} {m} :: An Athenian general
chacoensis {adj} :: Chaco (various places) (attributive)
Chadisius {prop} {m} :: A river of Pontus, near the river Iris
Chaeronea {prop} {f} :: A town of Boeotia situated near the Cephisus and the borders of Phocis and birthplace of Plutarch
Chalaeum {prop} {n} :: a town of Locris situated upon the coast
chalandus {v} :: which is to be loosened
chalans {v} :: loosening
Chalastra {prop} {f} :: An ancient town of Mygdonia, situated on the right bank of the river Axius
chalaturus {v} :: about to loosen
chalatus {v} :: loosened
chalcanthum {n} :: copperas (paste in water, for blackening leather)
chalcis {f} :: A type of fish, possibly a sardine or herring
chalcis {f} :: A type of lizard or snake
Chalcis {prop} {f} :: Chief town of the island Euboea
Chalcis {prop} {f} :: A town in Arabia
Chalcis {prop} {f} :: A town in Syria
chalcogramma {adj} :: Having brassy, mottled marks
chalcographus {m} :: engraver (in copper or brass)
chalcoides {adj} :: copper-colored, like copper
chalconotus {adj} [New Latin] :: bronze-backed
chalcophonos {f} :: A precious stone ringing like brass
chaldaeicus {adj} :: Chaldean
chaldaeus {adj} :: Chaldean, of or pertaining to the Chaldean/Assyrian/Syriac people
chaldaeus {adj} [substantive] :: A Chaldean (person)
chaldaicus {adj} :: Chaldean
chaldeus {adj} :: alternative form of chaldaeus
Chalinus {prop} {m} :: given name, character in the play Casina of Plautus
chalo {v} :: I let down, allow to hang free
chalo {v} :: I loosen
chalo {v} :: I slacken
Chalus {prop} {m} :: A river of Syria, now the Queiq River
chalybeius {adj} :: made of iron or steel, chalybeate
Chalybes {prop} {mp} :: A people in Pontus, living on the Black Sea's southern shore, noted for their mines and their preparation of steel
chalybeus {adj} :: Having the colour of (tempered) steel
chalybs {m} :: iron, steel
chalybs {m} :: weapons or implements made from iron or steel
chama {f} :: bivalve, shellfish, clam; cockle
chama {m} :: lynx
chamaecerasus {f} :: The dwarf cherry tree
chamaeleon {m} :: chameleon (a kind of lizard)
chamaeleon {m} [sometimes feminine] :: carline thistle
chamaezelon {m} :: cinquefoil (plant)
Chamavi {prop} {mp} :: A Germanic tribe which dwelt on the banks of the river Rhine
chamulcus {m} :: a kind of chariot
Chanaan {prop} {f} [Ecclesiastical Latin] :: Canaan
Chanan {prop} {f} :: alternative spelling of Chanaan
chananaeus {adj} :: Canaanite
chananeus {adj} :: Canaanite, Palestinian
changbaishanensis {adj} [New Latin] :: Changbaishan (in China) [attributive]
Chaones {prop} {m} :: A tribe settled in Chaonia
Chaonia {prop} {f} [geography] :: The northwestern region of Epirus
chaos {n} :: chaos
Chaos {prop} {m} :: Hell, the Underworld
Chaos {prop} {m} :: the shapeless primordial universe
Char. {prop} {m} :: abbreviation of Charisius
chara {f} :: An unknown kind of root, perhaps wild cabbage
character {m} :: branding iron
character {m} :: brand (made by a branding iron)
character {m} :: characteristic, mark, character, style
characteristica {f} :: characteristic
characteristicus {m} :: characteristic
Charadra {prop} {f} :: a city of Phocis situated upon a lofty rock near Lilaea
Charadra {prop} {f} :: a town of Messenia of uncertain site
charadrion {m} :: plover
charadrius {m} :: plover (of family Charadriidae)
Charadrus {prop} {m} :: A river of Cilicia, now the Kaledran Creek
Charadrus {prop} {m} :: The name of various rivulets of Greece
Charbrusa {prop} {f} :: A deserted island mentioned by Pliny
Charicles {prop} {m} :: An Athenian demagogue
Charidemus {prop} {m} :: A Greek mercenary of Athens
Charieis {prop} {m} :: A small river of Colchis which flows into the Black Sea
Charinda {prop} {f} :: A river of Hyrcania which flows into the Caspian Sea
Charini {prop} {mp} :: A German tribe mentioned by Pliny
Charinus {prop} {m} :: given name, character in the play Mercator, and Pseudolus, of Plautus
Charis. {prop} {m} :: abbreviation of Charisius
Charisius {prop} {m} :: An Athenian orator, imitator of Lysias
Charisius {prop} {m} :: Flavius Sosipater Charisius (a Latin grammarian in the fourth Christian century)
Charisius {prop} {m} :: Aurelius Arcadius Charisius (a Roman jurist of the time of Constantine the Great)
charitas {f} :: love (of God)
charitas {f} :: charity
Charmides {prop} {m} :: given name, character in the play Rudens of Plautus
charrus {noun} :: alternative form of carrus
charta {f} :: papyrus, paper
charta {f} :: poem, a writing
charta {f} [Medieval Latin] :: map
charta {f} :: the papyrus plant
chartula {f} :: diminutive of charta a little paper; memorandum
chartularius {m} :: keeper of archives
Charybdis {prop} {f} :: Charybdis
chasma {n} :: A chasm, abyss
chasma {n} :: A kind of meteor
chathamensis {adj} :: Chatham (attributive)
Chatti {prop} {mp} :: A great tribe of Germany
Chauci {prop} {mp} :: A tribe of Lower Germany
Chelae {prop} {fp} :: A town on the coast of Bithynia mentioned by Arrian
chele {f} :: claw-shaped mechanism, trigger
chelidonia {f} :: celandine, swallowwort
chelidonius {adj} :: of, belonging to, coloured like, or pertaining to the swallow
chelonia {f} :: A kind of precious stone
chelydrus {m} :: a fetid water serpent
chelys {f} :: a tortoise
chelys {f} :: a tortoise shell, a lyre or harp made of a tortoise shell
chema {f} :: A gaping mussel, a cockle
cheme {f} :: A measure for liquids, the third part of a mystrum
chemia {f} [New Latin] :: chemistry
chemicus {adj} [New Latin] :: chemical
cheniscus {m} [nautical] :: The ornament in the form of a goose on a ship's stern
Cheops {prop} {m} :: Cheops
chernitis {f} :: An unknown kind of gem
Cherronesos {prop} {f} :: alt form Cherronēsus
Cherronesus {prop} {f} :: Various peninsulas in the Hellenistic world, especially:
Cherronesus {prop} {f} :: The Gallipoli Peninsula, the northwestern side of the Hellespont
Cherronesus {prop} {f} :: clipping of Taurica Cherronesus: the Crimea
Chersonesus {prop} {f} :: alternative form of Cherronesus
chersos {m} :: A kind of toad
cherub {m} [indeclinable, Christianity] :: cherub
Cherusci {prop} {mp} :: A famous tribe of Germany
Chesinus {prop} {m} :: A river of Sarmatia mentioned by Ptolemy
Chesius {prop} {m} :: A river of Samos
Chiamsuana {adj} :: Jiangsunese, of or related to Jiangsu
chiausus {m} [New Latin] :: chiaus, çavuş (Ottoman Imperial official)
Childericus {prop} {m} :: Several historical kings of the Franks
chilensis {adj} :: Chilean
Chilia {prop} {f} [New Latin] :: Chile
chiliarchus {m} :: chiliarch, commander of a thousand men in Ancient Greece
chilias {f} :: the number one thousand
chiliogrammum {n} :: kilogram
chiliometrum {n} [unit of measure] :: kilometre
Chilpericus {prop} {m} :: Several historical kings of the Franks and Burgundians
chimboracensis {adj} [New Latin] :: Chimborazo (in Ecuador) [attributive]
chimborazensis {adj} [New Latin] :: Chimborazo (in Ecuador) [attributive]
chimia {f} :: alt form chēmia
chimicus {adj} [New Latin] :: alternative form of chemicus
Chinalaf {prop} {m} :: A river of Mauritania mentioned by Ptolemy, now the Chelif
chinensis {adj} [New Latin] :: alternative form of Sinensis
Chinensis {m} [New Latin] :: alternative form of Sinensis
Chios {prop} {f} :: Chios (an island in the eastern Aegaean Sea)
chirografum {n} :: alternative form of chirographum
chirographarius {adj} :: manuscript, hand-written
chirographum {n} :: one's handwriting; autograph
chirographum {n} :: manuscript
chiroteca {f} :: glove; a pair of gloves
chirurgia {f} :: a surgery
chirurgia {f} :: a violent remedy
chirurgius {adj} :: surgical
chirurgus {m} :: surgeon, chirurgeon
chlamydatus {adj} :: wearing a military cloak
chlamys {f} :: chlamys (a broad, woollen upper garment worn in Greece, sometimes purple, and inwrought with gold, worn especially by distinguished military characters, a Grecian military cloak, a state mantle; hence also, the cloak of Pallas; and sometimes also worn by persons not engaged in war, by, e.g., Mercury, Dido, Agrippina, children, actors, the chorus in tragedy, etc.)
chlorella {f} :: chlorella
chloridum {n} [inorganic chemistry] :: chloride
chlorion {m} :: a yellow bird, probably the Old World oriole
chloritis {f} :: The chlorite
chlorium {n} :: chlorine (chemical element 17)
chloropterus {adj} [New Latin] :: Used as a specific epithet having green wings
chlorum {n} [New Latin] :: chlorine
Chlorus {prop} {m} :: A river of Cilicia mentioned by Pliny
chmericus {adj} :: Khmer
choaspitis {f} :: A precious stone found in the Choaspes
Chobus {prop} {m} :: A river of Colchis flowing into the Black Sea
chocoensis {adj} :: Choco or Chocó (various places) (attributive)
choeras {f} :: The scrofula or struma
Choerogylion {prop} {n} :: An island off the coast of Lycia
choerogyllius {m} :: a type of hare
cholera {f} :: cholera
choleraicus {adj} [New Latin] :: choleraic
cholesterolum {n} [New Latin, medicine] :: cholesterol
choliambus {m} :: limping iamb
choragus {m} :: The person in charge of a chorus
choraula {m} :: alternative form of choraulēs
choraules {f} [music] :: a flute player, who accompanied the chorus dance
chorda {f} :: cord, string
chorda {f} :: tripe, intestine (as food)
chorda {f} :: catgut
chordus {adj} [originally, of animals] :: late-born
chordus {adj} :: produced late (or out of season)
chorea {f} [usually, in the plural] :: A dance in a ring, round dance
chorea {f} [metonymy] :: A round dance of the circular motions of the stars
chorepiscopus {m} :: suffragan (assistant bishop)
choroideus {adj} [New Latin] :: choroid
Chorseus {prop} {m} :: A river of Palestine forming the boundary with Phoenicia and flowing into the sea near Dora
chorus {m} :: chorus (all forms)
chreston {n} :: Another name for the plant called cichorium
chrismus {m} :: Eucharist
chrismus {m} :: Christogram, chrismon
Christianitas {prop} {f} :: Christianity
christianus {adj} :: alternative form of Christianus
Christianus {adj} :: Christian
Christianus {adj} [masculine substantive] :: a Christian person, a Christian
christifidelis {adj} :: faithful to Christ; Christian
christogramma {n} [New Latin] :: Christogram
Christophanus {prop} {m} :: male given name Christopher
Christophanus {prop} {m} :: a Roman praenomen from Greek
Christopherus {prop} {m} :: male given name Christopher
Christopherus {prop} {m} :: a Roman praenomen from Greek
Christopherus {prop} {m} :: Saint Christopher; Christopher Columbus
Christophorus {prop} {m} :: male given name Christopher
Christophorus {prop} {m} :: a Roman praenomen from Greek
Christophorus {prop} {m} :: Saint Christopher; Christopher Columbus
christus {m} :: the annointed one
christus {m} [singular only] :: alternative case form of Christus
Christus {prop} {m} [Christianity] :: Christ (Jesus)
Chroatia {prop} {f} :: alternative spelling of Croātia
chromium {n} :: chromium
chronicon {n} :: chronicle
chronicus {adj} :: Of or pertaining to time
chronicus {adj} [medicine] :: chronic
chroococcus {adj} [New Latin] :: (havng a) coloured coccus
Chrysa {prop} {f} :: A town on the Hellespont situated between Abydus and Ophrynium
Chrysa {prop} {f} :: A town of Mysia mentioned by Pliny
Chrysa {prop} {f} :: A town of Troad
chrysaetos {m} [New Latin] :: golden eagle
Chrysalus {prop} {m} :: given name, character in the play Bacchides of Plautus
chrysanthus {adj} [New Latin] :: having golden flowers
Chrysas {prop} {m} :: A river of Sicily, now the Dittaino
chrysea {np} :: golden vessels
chryseus {adj} :: synonym of aureus
chrysocalis {f} :: aster (or similar plant)
chrysocanthos {m} :: Dionysian ivy (having golden berries, and probably not actually an ivy)
chrysocarpos {adj} :: alternative form of chrȳsocarpus
chrysocarpos {f} :: alternative form of chrȳsocarpus
chrysocarpus {adj} [New Latin, botanical taxonomy] :: bearing golden berries
chrysocarpus {f} :: a kind of ivy which bears golden berries
chrysogaster {adj} :: having a yellow belly
chrysolithus {m} :: chrysolite
chrysolitus {m} :: topaz, chrysolite
chrysonotus {adj} [New Latin] :: golden-backed
Chrysopolis {f} :: A town of Bithynia situated near Chalcedon
chrysoprassus {m} :: chrysoprase
chrysopterus {adj} :: golden-winged
Chrysorrhoas {prop} {m} :: The name of various rivers
chrysos {m} :: synonym of aurum
chrysoscele {f} :: golden claw or trigger
Chrysostomus {prop} {m} [Christianity] :: An epithet used for orators, sometimes used as a given name in Christendom
chrystallinus {adj} :: alternative form of crystallinus
chrysus {m} :: alternative spelling of chrȳsos
chrysus {adj} :: medieval spelling of chrȳseus
Chrysus {prop} {m} :: a river in Hispania
chthonius {adj} :: underworldly, chthonian, chthonic
Chullu {prop} {n} :: A town of Numidia mentioned by Pliny
chusiticus {adj} :: Cushitic
chylus {m} :: The juice of a plant
chymia {f} :: alt form chēmia
chymicus {adj} [New Latin] :: alternative form of chemicus
chymus {m} :: The fluid of the stomach
chyrogryllius {m} :: rabbit, hare (or similar small animal)
Chytrus {prop} {f} :: A town of Cyprus situated near Salamis
Ciabrus {prop} {m} :: A river of Moesia and tributary river of the Danube, now called Tsibritsa
Cibalae {prop} {fp} :: A town of Lower Pannonia and birthplace of the emperor Valentinian
cibalis {adj} :: of or pertaining to food
cibandus {v} :: which is to be fed
cibans {v} :: feeding
Cibarci {prop} {mp} :: A tribe of Hispania Tarraconensis mentioned by Pliny
cibarius {adj} :: pertaining to, or suitable for food
cibatio {f} :: a feeding; a meal, repast
cibaturus {v} :: about to feed
cibatus {v} :: fed, given food
cibatus {m} :: food
cibdelus {adj} :: spurious, base
cibdelus {adj} :: impure, unhealthy
cibicida {m} :: bread-waster, bread-consumer
cibo {v} :: I feed, give food to animals
cibo {v} [in passive] :: I take food
cibo {v} [Late Latin] :: I give a person to animals as food
cibus {m} :: food, fodder
cibus {m} :: nourishment, sustenance
Cibyra {prop} {f} :: A town of Cilicia mentioned by Pliny
cicada {f} :: cicada, tree-cricket
cicaro {m} :: A gamin, street urchin
cicatricosus {adj} :: covered with scars
cicatrix {f} :: scar, bruise, incision
ciccum {noun} :: proverbially worthless object, trifle, bagatelle
cicer {n} :: chickpea
cicer {n} [slang] :: testicle
cicercula {f} :: A small variety of chickpea
cicerculum {n} :: A form of sinopia from Africa
Cicereius {prop} {m} :: a Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name" famously held by:
Cicereius {prop} {m} :: Gaius Cicereius, a Roman secretary
Cicero {prop} {m} :: An agnomen held by Marcus Tullius Cicero, a great statesman and orator
Ciceronianus {adj} :: Ciceronian (of or relating to M. Tullius Cicero, his philosophy, or his followers)
cichorium {n} :: chicory, succory
cichorium {n} :: endive
cici {prop} {n} :: castor, croton
cicindela {f} :: a firefly, glowworm
cicindela {f} [figuratively] :: a candle
cicla {f} [New Latin] :: a beet
Cicones {prop} {m} :: A Thracian tribe which dwelt the territory between the rivers Hebrus and Lissus
ciconia {f} :: stork
ciconia {f} :: a derisive gesture made with the fingers
ciconia {f} :: a T-shaped instrument used to measure depth of furrows
ciconia {f} :: a transverse pole, mounted on a post, for drawing water
cicuma {f} :: A screech owl
cicur {adj} :: tame, mild
Cicurinus {m} :: A Roman cognomen — famously held by:
Cicurinus {m} :: Gaius Veturius Geminus Cicurinus, a Roman politician
cicuta {f} :: a plant, poison hemlock, probably either Conium maculatum or Cicuta virosa
cicuta {f} :: the juice of the hemlock given to prisoners as poison
cicuta {f} :: a pipe or flute made from the stalks or stems of the hemlock
cicuticen {m} :: a player upon a reed-pipe
Cicynethus {prop} {f} :: A small island off the coast of Thessaly
-cida {suffix} :: Noun-forming suffix denoting “one who kills” or “one who cuts” from nouns stems
cidalarius {m} :: alternative spelling of cīdlārius
Cidamus {prop} {m} :: A town of Lybia, now Ghadames
cidaris {f} :: diadem, tiara, headdress (especially one worn by Persian kings)
cidelarius {m} :: alternative spelling of cīdlārius
Cidenas {prop} {m} :: An astrologer mentioned by Pliny, maybe Kidinnu from Babylonia
-cidium {suffix} :: Denotes an act of killing or a slaughter
cidlarius {m} [Medieval Latin] :: synonym of apiārius
ciendus {v} :: which is to be roused
ciens {v} :: rousing
cieo {v} :: I put in motion; act
cieo {v} :: I move, stir, shake
cieo {v} :: I summon, call
cieo {v} :: I call upon (by name) for help, invoke, appeal to
cieo {v} :: I rouse, stimulate, excite; disturb; produce, cause, begin, provoke
cifera {f} :: alternative form of cifra
cifra {f} [Medieval Latin] :: numeral, cipher
cifra {f} [Medieval Latin] :: zero (symbol)
cignus {m} :: A unit of measure corresponding to 8 scrupuli
CIL {prop} {n} :: initialism of w:Corpus Inscriptionum Latinarum
Cilbiani {prop} {mp} :: A tribe of Lydia mentioned by Pliny
Cileni {prop} {mp} :: A Celtic tribe of Gallaecia, Hispania Tarraconensis
ciliaris {adj} [New Latin] :: ciliary
ciliatus {adj} :: Having cilia
Cilicia {prop} {f} :: Cilicia
cilicinus {adj} :: hair, haircloth (attributive)
cilicium {n} :: rug or garment made from goat hair
cilium {n} [anatomy] :: eyelid
cilium {n} [Medieval Latin] :: eyelash
Cilium {prop} {n} :: Kasserine (ancient city in modern Tunisia)
Cilla {prop} {f} :: A town of Mysia
cilliba {f} :: A round dining table
Cilliba {prop} {f} :: A town of Cyrenaica mentioned by Pliny
cillus {m} :: donkey
Cilnius {prop} {m} :: a Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name" famously held by:
Cilnius {prop} {m} :: Gaius Cilnius Maecenas, a friend of Augustus and patron of Virgilius
Cilnius {adj} :: of or pertaining to the gens Cilnia
cilo {m} :: A person having a prominent forehead pressed in upon the sides
Cilo {prop} {m} :: A Roman cognomen — famously held by:
Cilo {prop} {m} :: Lucius Fabius Cilo, a Roman senator
ciloter {m} :: A knapsack
Cimber {prop} {m} :: The name of a Roman gens, famously held by:
Cimber {prop} {m} :: Tillius Cimber, one of the assassins of Julius Caesar
Cimbri {prop} {mp} :: the Cimbri, a tribe generally thought to have been from northern Germany or Jutland which invaded southern Europe
Cimbrice {adv} :: in the manner of the Cimbri, a tribe that invaded southern Europe around 110 BC, generally thought to have been northern Germanic
Cimbrice {adv} :: in the manner or language of the Germanic people(s) of the Cimbrian Peninsula i.e. Jutland
Cimbricus {adj} :: Cimbric
cimex {m} :: bug
cimex {m} :: bedbug
Ciminus {prop} {m} :: A mountain covered with a dense forest, now Cimini Hills
Ciminus {prop} {m} :: A lake in Etruria near Sutrium, now Lago di Vico
Cimmerius {adj} :: Cimmerian
Cimolus {prop} {f} :: One of the Cyclades situated between Melos and Siphnos
Cimon {prop} {m} :: An Athenian statesman and general, son of Miltiades
cimussa {f} [rare] :: A cord, perhaps specifically for a cloak; a rope
cinaedias {m} :: A kind of precious stone, said to be found in the brain of the fish cinaedus
cinaedicus {adj} :: Of or pertaining to one who is unchaste; immodest, wanton, lewd
cinaedior {adj} :: more unchaste, shameful etc
cinaedissimus {adj} :: (superlative of cinaedus) most unchaste, shameful
cinaedus {m} [vulgar] :: sodomite, catamite (a passive male sexual partner)
cinaedus {adj} :: unchaste; shameful; typical of a sodomite
cinamomum {n} :: alternative form of cinnamomum
Cinara {prop} {f} :: A small island of the Aegean Sea situated near Amorgos
cincinnatus {adj} :: Having curly hair or ringlets
cincinnatus {adj} :: Of comets
Cincinnatus {prop} {m} :: A Roman cognomen — famously held by:
Cincinnatus {prop} {m} :: Lucius Quinctius Cincinnatus, a Roman military leader
cincinnus {m} :: a curled lock of hair
Cincius {prop} {m} :: a Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name" famously held by:
Cincius {prop} {m} :: Lucius Cincius Alimentus, a Roman historian
Cincius {adj} :: of or pertaining to the gens Cincia
cinctorium {n} :: swordbelt
cinctum {n} [Late Latin] :: belt, girdle
cinctura {f} :: girdle, belt
cincturus {v} :: about to surround
cinctus {v} :: surrounded, encircled, having been surrounded
cinctus {v} :: wreathed, crowned, having been crowned
cinctus {v} :: girded, having been girded
cinctus {v} :: bordered, enclosed, having been enclosed
cinctus {m} :: girdle, belt
cinerarium {n} :: cinerarium
cinerarius {adj} :: ashes (attributive)
cinerascens {adj} :: alternative form of cinerescens
cinerascens {adj} :: ash-coloured (as a taxonomic epithet)
cinerescendus {v} :: which is to be turned to ash
cinerescens {v} :: turning to ash
cinerescens {v} :: ashen
cineresco {v} :: I turn to ashes
cinereus {adj} :: ashen, like ashes
cinericius {adj} :: ashen, like ashes
Cinga {prop} {f} :: A river that flows in Hispania Tarraconensis, now Cinca
cingendus {v} :: which is to be surrounded
cingendus {v} :: which is to be girded on
cingens {v} :: surrounding
Cingilia {prop} {f} :: A town of the Vestini, mentioned only by Livy
Cingilla {prop} {f} :: A town of Commagene mentioned by Pliny
cingo {v} :: I surround, circle, ring
cingo {v} :: I gird on; I crown or garland
Cingonius {prop} {m} :: a Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name" famously held by:
Cingonius {prop} {m} :: Cingonius Varro, a Roman senator
cingulatus {adj} :: girdled, belted
cingulum {n} :: A girdle which encircles the hips; zone, belt; sword-belt; sash
cingulum {n} [figuratively] :: A girdle of the earth; zone
Cingulum {prop} {n} :: a city in the interior of Picenum situated on a lofty hill, now Cingoli
cinis {mf} :: cold ashes
cinis {mf} [figuratively] :: ruins of a burned city
Cinithi {prop} {mp} :: A tribe of Africa mentioned by Pliny
Cinna {prop} {m} :: A Roman cognomen
cinnabaris {f} :: dragon's blood (resin, the colour of cinnabar)
cinnamolgus {m} :: A bird that builds its own nest with cinnamomum branches
cinnamomeus {adj} :: cinnamon-coloured
cinnamominus {adj} :: cinnamon (attributive)
cinnamomum {n} :: cinnamon
cinnamomum {n} :: twigs of cinnamon
cinnamomum {n} [figuratively] :: a term of endearment
cinnamomus {adj} :: cinnamon (attributive)
cinnamum {n} :: cinnamon
cinnus {m} :: drink of mixed spelt grain and wine
cinnus {m} [Late Latin] :: a kind of facial distortion or grimace; wink; signal made with the eye
cinyphes {fp} :: gnats, small flies
Cinyps {m} :: A river of Africa flowing into the sea near Leptis Magna
cinyra {f} [musical instruments] :: lyre (with ten strings)
Cinyria {prop} {f} :: A town of Cyprus mentioned by Pliny
cio {v} :: alternative form of cieo
ciosmis {f} :: a kind of sage
-cipes {suffix} [rare] :: alternative form of -ceps
ciphra {f} :: alternative form of cifra
Cipius {prop} {m} :: a Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name"
cippus {m} :: stake, post
cippus {m} :: gravestone, tombstone
cippus {m} :: landmark, boundary marker
cippus {m} [military, in the plural] :: bulwark of sharpened stakes
cipus {m} :: Variant of cippus
Cipus {prop} {m} :: A Roman cognomen — famously held by:
Cipus {prop} {m} :: Marcus Genucius Cipus, a Roman praetor
circa {adv} :: around; about
circa {prep} :: around; near; about
circa {prep} :: regarding, concerning
circanea {f} :: A bird so named for its circular flight
circellus {m} :: Small ring
circen {n} :: circle, circular course
circenses {m} :: games of the circus
circensis {adj} [attributive] :: circus
circinatus {v} :: rounded
circino {v} :: I round, make round
circino {v} [poetic] :: I fly through in a circular path
circinus {m} :: A pair of compasses; a tool for measuring distances or constructing a circle
circitandus {v} :: which is to be frequented
circitans {v} :: frequenting
circitaturus {v} :: about to frequent
circitatus {v} :: frequented
circiter {prep} [of place] :: near, close, round about
circiter {prep} [of time] :: near, close, about
circiter {adv} [of place] :: on every side; near, round about
circiter {adv} [of time] :: near, close, about
circiter {adv} [of number] :: near, close, about
circito {v} [Late Latin] :: I go around as hawker, peddler, solicitor
circito {v} [Late Latin] :: I frequent
circitor {m} :: patrolman, watchman
circitor {m} :: overseer, inspector
circitor {m} :: hawker, peddler
circius {m} :: a west-northwest wind
circo {v} :: I traverse, go about
circo {v} :: I wander through
circueo {v} :: alternative form of circumeo
circuitio {f} :: rotation, revolution
circuitio {f} :: orbit
circuitio {f} :: circumference
circuitio {f} :: circumlocution
circuitio {f} :: patrol
circuitus {m} :: patrol
circuitus {m} :: circuit
circuitus {m} :: revolution (going around)
circuitus {m} :: cycle, period
circuitus {m} :: circumlocution
circulandus {v} :: which is to be rounded
circulans {v} :: rounding
circularis {adj} :: circular, round
circulariter {adv} :: roundly, circularly
circulatim {adv} :: circularly
circulatim {adv} :: in circles or groups
circulatio {f} :: revolution (circular course), circulation
circulator {m} :: itinerant peddler or performer
circulatorius {adj} :: itinerant (especially describing such a peddler or quack)
circulatrix {f} :: itinerant peddler or performer
circulaturus {v} :: about to round
circulatus {v} :: rounded
circulo {v} :: I make circular, round, curved
circulus {m} :: circle (geometric figure)
circulus {m} :: An orbit (circular path)
circulus {m} :: A ring, hoop
circulus {m} :: A necklace, chain
circulus {m} :: A company, social gathering, group
circulus {m} :: (Medieval) A calendrical cycle
circulus in probando {phrase} :: proving in circles, using a conclusion as the premise in an argument, thus going around the proof (See: Circulus vitiosus)
circulus vitiosus {m} :: A vicious circle, vicious cycle
circum- {prefix} :: circum- (round, about)
circum {adv} :: about, around
circum {adv} :: in a circle, all around, on both sides
circum {prep} :: about, around, near
circum {prep} :: through, among, to
circum {prep} :: nearby, at, in the neighbourhood of
circumacturus {v} :: about to turn round
circumactus {v} :: turned round
circumaedifico {v} :: I build around
circumagendus {v} :: which is to be turned round
circumagens {v} :: turning round
circumaggero {vt} [rare] :: I heap up around
circumago {v} :: I drive or turn in a circle; I turn round
circumago {v} :: I turn a wheel
circumambulo {vt} :: I walk around or over
circumamictus {adj} :: enveloped, invested
circumamictus {adj} :: surrounded, besieged
circumaro {v} :: I plough around
circumaspicio {v} :: I look around
circumcalco {vt} [rare] :: I tread or trample upon all around
circumcidendus {v} :: which is to be circumsised
circumcidens {v} :: circumcising
circumcido {v} :: I cut around, make an incision around, clip, trim; circumcise; ring (a bark)
circumcido {v} :: I cut off, shorten, diminish, abridge, circumscribe; get rid of, abolish
circumcido {v} [of discourse] :: I lop or cut off, remove
circumcincturus {v} :: about to surround
circumcinctus {v} :: surrounded
circumcingendus {v} :: which is to be surrounded
circumcingens {v} :: surrounding
circumcingo {v} :: I surround, enclose, encircle
circumcirca {adv} :: all around
circumcise {adv} :: concisely, briefly
circumcisio {f} :: circumcision, a cutting around
circumcisissime {adv} :: superlative of circumcīsē
circumcisius {adv} :: comparative of circumcīsē
circumcisurus {v} :: about to circumcise
circumcisus {v} :: circumcised
circumcisus {v} :: circumscribed
circumcludendus {v} :: which is to be surrounded
circumcludens {v} :: surrounding
circumcludo {v} :: I surround or encircle
circumcludo {v} :: I hedge or shut in
circumclusurus {v} :: about to surround
circumclusus {v} :: surrounded
circumcolo {v} :: I inhabit, live around or near
circumcumulo {vt} :: I heap or pile around
circumcurro {v} :: I run around
circumcursans {v} :: running about
circumcursio {f} :: the action of running around
circumcurso {v} :: I run about (in, at or near)
circumdans {v} :: surrounding
circumdans {v} :: enclosing
circumdatio {f} :: surrounding; putting or placing around
circumdatus {v} :: enclosed, encircled
circumdatus {v} :: surrounded
circumdo {v} :: I surround
circumdo {v} :: I enclose or encircle
circumdoleo {v} :: I suffer or feel pain on all sides
circumdolo {vt} :: I hew or cut off around
circumducens {v} :: leading, drawing or showing around
circumducens {v} :: deceiving, misleading
circumducens {v} :: prolonging
circumduco {v} :: I lead or draw around; show around
circumduco {v} [figuratively] :: I deceive, cheat, impose upon, mislead
circumduco {v} [figuratively] :: I prolong, speak in a roundabout manner
circumduco {v} [figuratively, of a sound] :: I drawl out
circumduco {v} [figuratively, legal] :: I draw a line around a law; cancel, annul, abrogate
circumductio {f} :: The act of leading or conducting around
circumductio {f} :: fraud, swindle
circumductus {m} :: perimeter
circumductus {m} :: A circular movement
circumductus {v} :: led around or away
circumductus {v} :: cheated
circumeo {v} :: I go, travel or march around; I circulate
circumeo {v} :: I skirt
circumeo {v} :: I surround, encircle, enclose or encompass
circumequito {vt} :: I ride around on horseback
circumerro {v} :: I wander or stroll around or about
circumeundus {v} :: which is to be circulated
circumeundus {v} :: which is to be skirted
circumfarcio {v} :: I fill up all around (with), pack all around (with), stuff (with)
circumferendus {v} :: which is to be circulated
circumferens {v} :: circling
circumferens {v} :: circulating
circumferentia {f} :: circumference
circumfero {v} :: I carry, bear or move around or about; carry or move around in a circle
circumfero {v} :: I publish abroad, proclaim, circulate, divulge, disseminate, report
circumfero {v} [religion] :: I purify someone by carrying around him consecrated objects
circumfimbriatus {adj} :: fringed around
circumflecto {v} :: I bend around
circumflexus {v} :: bent about
circumflexus accentus {m} :: alternative form of accentus circumflexus
circumflo {v} :: I blow around about
circumfluendus {v} :: which is to be surrounded
circumfluens {v} :: surrounding
circumfluo {vt} :: I flow around something
circumfluo {vi} :: I flow around
circumfluo {v} [figuratively] :: I flock around, encompass, surround
circumfluo {v} [figuratively, with ablative] :: I am in rich in, abound in, overflow with
circumfluus {adj} :: flowing around
circumfluxurus {v} :: about to surround
circumfluxus {v} :: surrounded
circumfodio {v} :: I dig around or about
circumforaneus {adj} :: Of or around the market or forum
circumforaneus {adj} :: ambulatory; moveable
circumfulgeo {v} :: I shine around
circumfundo {v} :: I pour out or round; I surround with liquid
circumfundo {v} :: I crowd around
circumfundo {v} :: I overwhelm
circumfusus {v} :: surrounded (with liquid)
circumfusus {v} :: crowded around
circumfusus {v} :: overwhelmed
circumgredior {v} :: I surround
circumgredior {v} :: I walk around
circumgredior {v} :: I cover [distance, etc.]
circumgredior {v} :: I follow [a road, etc.]
circumiacens {adj} :: Situated near or around
circumiaceo {v} :: I lie round about, border upon
circumicio {v} :: I throw, cast, place or hurl around
circumicio {v} :: I surround, encompass, envelop
circumiectio {f} :: throwing or casting around
circumiectio {f} :: dressing (throwing on clothes)
circumiectus {adj} :: surrounding
circumiectus {adj} :: enveloping
circumiens {v} :: circulating
circumiens {v} :: skirting
circumiens {v} :: encompassing
circumitio {f} :: rotation, revolution
circumitio {f} :: orbit
circumitio {f} :: circumference
circumitio {f} :: circumlocution
circumiturus {v} :: about to circulate
circumitus {v} :: circulated
circumjacens {adj} :: alternative form of circumiacens
circumjectio {f} :: alternative form of circumiectio
circumjectus {adj} :: alternative spelling of circumiectus
circumlaturus {v} :: about to circulate
circumlatus {v} :: circulated
circumlegens {v} :: sailing around
circumlego {v} :: I sail around
circumligatus {v} :: bound (about)
circumligo {v} :: I bind (around)
circumlino {v} :: I smear / anoint all over
circumlitus {v} :: Smeared around
circumlocutio {f} :: circumlocution, periphrasis
circumloquor {v} :: I make use of circumlocution or periphrasis, circumlocute
circumluceo {vt} :: I shine or glitter around; illuminate, light up
circummissus {v} :: outflanked
circummitto {v} :: I send around
circummitto {v} :: I outflank
circummunio {v} :: I wall up or around
circummunio {v} :: I hem in
circummunio {v} :: I fortify or secure
circummunitus {v} :: walled up or around
circummunitus {v} :: fortified
circumnavigatus {v} :: circumnavigated
circumnavigo {vt} :: I sail round or around something, circumnavigate
circumornatus {adj} :: ornamented or decorated all around
circumpendeo {v} :: I am suspended or hang around
circumpes {n} :: footwear
circumpes {n} :: sandal
circumpes {n} :: parasite (of the foot)
circumplectendus {v} :: which is to be encompassed
circumplectens {v} :: encompassing
circumplecto {v} :: I encompass
circumplecto {v} :: I embrace
circumplecto {v} :: I surround or encircle
circumplecto {v} :: I enclose (with a wall)
circumplexurus {v} :: about to encompass
circumplexus {v} :: encompassed
circumplico {v} :: I wind, coil, fold or twine around
circumplico {v} :: I bend around
circumpolaris {adj} :: circumpolar
circumponens {v} :: placing, putting or setting around
circumpono {v} :: I place, put or set around
circumpositus {v} :: placed around
circumpotatio {f} :: passing a drinking cup around (e.g. at a funeral meal)
circumrado {v} :: I scrape, shave, scratch around
circumrasio {f} :: A scraping or shaving around something
circumretiendus {v} :: which is to be ensnared
circumretiens {v} :: ensnaring
circumretio {v} :: I ensnare (surround with a net)
circumretiturus {v} :: about to ensnare
circumretitus {v} :: ensnared
circumroto {v} :: I turn in a circle
circumsaepiendus {v} :: which is to be enclosed
circumsaepiens {v} :: enclosing
circumsaepio {v} :: I surround or enclose with a hedge or fence
circumsaepturus {v} :: about to enclose
circumsaeptus {v} :: enclosed
circumscribendus {v} :: which is to be circumscribed, enclosed
circumscribens {v} :: circumscribing, enclosing
circumscribo {v} :: I draw a line around, enclose in a circle, circumscribe
circumscribo {v} :: I enclose, limit, bound, restrain, hem in
circumscribo {v} [medicine] :: I abate, subside
circumscribo {v} :: I deceive, cheat, circumvent, entrap, ensnare
circumscribo {v} :: I defraud, deprive of money
circumscribo {v} :: I declare invalid, annul, invalidate, void
circumscripte {adv} :: summarily, concisely
circumscriptio {f} :: circle, circumference
circumscriptio {f} :: boundary, outline, contour
circumscriptio {f} :: cheating, fraud
circumscriptor {m} :: defrauder, deceiver, cheat
circumscripturus {v} :: about to circumscribe, enclose
circumscriptus {v} :: circumscribed, enclosed
circumseco {v} :: I cut around
circumseco {v} :: I circumcise
circumsedendus {v} :: which is to be surrounded
circumsedens {v} :: surrounding, encompassing
circumsedeo {vt} :: I sit around, surround, encompass
circumsedeo {vt} :: I besiege, blockade, beset, invest, surround, encompass
circumsepio {v} :: alternative form of circumsaepio
circumseptus {adj} :: enclosed, surrounded (by a wall, fence or hedge)
circumsessio {f} :: surrounding, mobbing
circumsessio {f} :: besieging
circumsessurus {v} :: about to surround
circumsessus {v} :: surrounded
circumsideo {v} :: alternative form of circumsedeo
circumsiliens {v} :: leaping about
circumsilio {v} :: I spring, leap or hop around
circumsisto {v} :: I stand or gather around
circumsisto {v} :: I surround or beset
circumsono {vi} :: I sound, reecho or resound with something on every side; I am filled with a sound
circumsono {vi} [of a sound] :: I resound, reecho
circumsono {vt} :: I surround something with a sound, make something echo or resound, fill everywhere with a sound
circumspargendus {v} :: which is to be sprinkled about
circumspargens {v} :: sprinkling about
circumspargo {v} :: I scatter, strew, sprinkle around
circumsparsurus {v} :: about to sprinkle about
circumsparsus {v} :: sprinkled about
circumspectandus {v} :: which is to be looked all around
circumspectans {v} :: looking around
circumspectaturus {v} :: about to look around
circumspectatus {v} :: looked all around, having been looked all around
circumspectio {f} :: looking around
circumspectio {f} :: caution, circumspection; foresight
circumspecto {v} :: I look around, look all around
circumspector {m} :: watchman
circumspector {m} :: spy
circumspectus {v} :: surveyed, looked around or over
circumspiciendus {v} :: which is to be surveyed, examined, pondered
circumspiciens {v} :: surveying, looking around
circumspicientia {f} :: consideration, deliberation
circumspicio {v} :: I look around, over or for
circumspicio {v} :: I survey
circumspicio {v} :: I seek or search for
circumspicio {v} :: I examine or review
circumspicio {v} :: I ponder
circumstans {v} :: surrounding, encircling
circumstantia {f} :: surrounding (standing around)
circumstantia {f} :: encircling troops
circumstantia {f} :: circumstance
circumstatus {v} :: having stood round
circumsto {v} :: I stand around, or in a circle
circumsto {v} :: I surround or encircle
circumstrepo {v} :: I make a noise around a place
circumstringo {v} :: I press around, tighten around, compress around
circumstupeo {v} :: I look around with amazement; stand amazed or benumbed
circumtectus {v} :: covered round about
circumtego {v} :: I cover round about
circumteneo {v} [Late Latin] :: I keep around, possess
circumtergeo {v} :: I wipe around
circumtorqueo {vt} :: I twist or turn around
circumtraho {v} :: I draw, drag or pull around
circumtueor {v} :: I look around
circumvagus {adj} :: wandering about; flowing around
circumvallatus {v} :: blockaded, besieged
circumvallo {v} :: I surround with a wall
circumvallo {v} :: I blockade or besiege
circumvallo {v} :: I beset
circumvecto {v} :: I carry, bear, convey around
circumvecturus {v} :: about to travel
circumvectus {v} :: travelled
circumvehens {v} :: travelling
circumvehor {v} :: I ride around (in a carriage or on horseback)
circumvehor {v} :: I travel
circumveniendus {v} :: which is to be surrounded
circumveniendus {v} :: which is to be circumvented
circumveniens {v} :: surrounding
circumvenio {v} :: I surround
circumvenio {v} :: I beset, oppress, distress, overthrow
circumvenio {v} :: I circumvent, deceive, cheat, trick
circumventio {f} :: fraud, trickery
circumventio {f} :: circumvention
circumventus {v} :: surrounded, beset
circumventus {v} :: circumvented, deceived
circumvolo {v} :: I fly around
circumvolo {v} :: I run around
circumvolvo {v} [with se] :: I roll myself around; revolve, wind or twine around
circumvolvo {v} :: I cause to roll or revolve around
circundatio {f} :: alternative form of circumdatio
circundo {v} :: alternative form of circumdo
circus {m} :: a circular line or orbit; circle, ring
circus {m} :: a racecourse or space where games are held, especially one that is round
circus {m} :: the spectators in a circus; a circus
ciroteca {f} :: alternative form of chiroteca
cirratus {adj} :: curled, having ringlets
cirratus {adj} [New Latin] :: having tendrils or cirri
Cirrha {prop} {f} :: a city of Phocis situated near Delphi
cirrhatus {adj} [New Latin] :: alternative form of cirrātus
cirrus {m} :: a curl
cirrus {m} :: the fringe of clothes
cirrus {m} :: the tentacle of an octopus
cirrus {m} :: the mane, especially the forelock, of a horse
cirsion {n} :: A kind of thistle
Cirta {prop} {f} :: An inland city of Numidia, now Constantine
cis {prep} :: on or to this or the near side of; short of
cis {prep} :: before
cisalpinus {adj} :: cisalpine
Cisamus {prop} {m} :: A town of Crete situated near Cydonia
Cisimbrium {prop} {n} :: A city in Hispania Baetica
cisium {n} :: a light, two-wheeled carriage
Cispius {prop} {m} :: a Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name"
Cispius {adj} :: of or pertaining to the gens Cispia
cissaros {n} :: A plant also called crysanthemon
Cisserussa {prop} {f} :: An island near Rhodes
cissitis {f} :: A kind of gem of the color of the ivy
Cissonius {prop} {m} :: A Celtic god associated with Mercury
Cissyros {prop} {f} :: an island mentioned by Pliny
cista {f} :: a trunk, a chest, a casket
cisterna {f} :: cistern, tank (for water)
Cisthene {prop} {f} :: A town of Mysia situated north of Atarneus
cisthos {m} :: a plant of the genus Cistus
cistophorus {m} :: bearer of the sacred casket
cistophorus {m} :: an Asiatic coin, worth about four drachmas, on which was stamped a cista
cistula {f} :: a basket
cistula {f} :: a small chest
citandus {v} :: that is to be moved or excited
citandus {v} :: that is to be summoned
citatim {adv} :: quickly, speedily, hastily
citatio {f} :: summoning, calling
citatio {f} :: proclamation
citatio {f} :: citation
citatus {v} :: excited
citatus {v} :: summoned
citer {adj} :: on this side
citer {adj} :: near
citeria {f} :: An effigy carried in procession
citerior {adj} :: nearer
citerior {adj} :: sooner
cithara {f} [musical instrument] :: cithara, lyre, lute, guitar
citharicen {m} :: a player on the cithara
citharista {m} :: cithara player
citharizans {v} :: playing the cithara
citharizo {v} :: I play the cithara
citharoedus {m} :: singer who accompanies himself on the cithara
citimus {adj} :: nearest or very near
citissimus {adj} :: swiftest, fastest, quickest
citissimus {adj} :: very swift, fast, quick
Citium {prop} {n} :: A town of Cyprus on the southern coast of the island
Citium {prop} {n} :: A town of Macedonia situated between Pella and Beroea
citius {adv} :: more quickly; comparative of cito
cito {adv} :: quickly, fast
cito {adv} :: soon, before long, within a short time
cito {v} :: I cause to move, excite
cito {v} :: I summon
citocacia {f} :: A shrub, the daphne
citra {adv} :: on this side
citratus {adj} :: citrus (containing citrus-oil)
citratus {adj} :: alternative form of citer
citretum {n} :: a citrus tree orchard
citreus {adj} :: citrus
citrinus {adj} :: citric, citrus
Citrio {prop} {m} :: given name, character in the play Casina of Plautus
Citro {prop} {m} :: given name, character in the play Casina of Plautus
citrus {f} :: citron tree
citrus {f} :: thuja
citurus {v} :: about to rouse
citus {v} :: put in motion, moved, stirred, shaken; quick, swift, rapid; having been moved
citus {v} :: summoned, called, having been summoned
citus {v} :: invoked, appealed to, having been invoked
citus {v} :: roused, stimulated, excited, provoked, having been provoked
citus {adj} :: swift, quick, rapid
citus {adj} :: early
ciuitas {f} :: alternative form of civitas
Cius {prop} {m} :: A city of Bithynia on a gulf of Propontis
Cius {prop} {m} :: A river situated next to this city, mentioned by Pliny
civicus {adj} :: civic, civil, pertaining to citizens
civicus {adj} :: of or pertaining to a city or town
civile {n} :: courtesy
civilis {adj} :: Of or pertaining to citizens; civic, civil
civilis {adj} :: Of or pertaining to public or political life; public, political
civilis {adj} [figuratively] :: Courteous, polite, civil, affable, urbane
civilis {adj} [substantive] :: courtesy, civility
Civilis {prop} :: cognomen attested during the 1st to 4th centuries
civilissime {adv} :: superlative of cīvīliter
civilista {f} [Medieval Latin] :: civilist
civilitas {f} :: politics, the art/practice of government
civilitas {f} :: courteousness, politeness
civilitas {f} :: civility, moderation, restraint
civiliter {adv} :: citizen-like; in the manner of a citizen
civiliter {adv} [legal] :: civilly
civiliter {adv} :: courteously, kindly, as becomes a citizen
civilius {adv} :: comparative of cīvīliter
civis {mf} :: citizen
civis romanus sum {phrase} :: I am a Roman citizen
civitas {f} :: citizenship: the status of belonging to and enjoying the rights of a city or larger state
civitas {f} [often, in classical] :: Roman citizenship
civitas {f} :: the rights of citizenship themselves, including freedom of the city
civitas {f} :: the citizenry: a community
civitas {f} [by extension] :: the body politic, the state
civitas {f} :: [classical] the Celtic tribes or subkingdoms under Roman rule in Gaul and Britain
civitas {f} :: the area inhabited by citizens: a city with its associated hinterland or territory (thus distinguished from urbs)
civitas {f} :: "The City"
civitas {f} [classical] :: Rome
civitas {f} [Medieval] :: Jerusalem
civitas {f} [classical] :: the capital or center of Roman administration in each Celtic civitas (see above)
civitas {f} [Medieval] :: a borough: a walled settlement, sometimes particularly former Roman towns
civitas {f} [late Medieval] :: a city: a Biblical, major, or specially incorporated town, particularly cathedral cities
civitas {f} [Medieval, Christianity] :: the community of believers: either the Church or Heaven
Civitas Vaticana {prop} {f} :: The Vatican City
civitatula {f} :: citizenship in a small city
civitatula {f} :: a small city
Cizania {prop} {f} :: A town of Lybia mentioned by Pliny
clabulare {n} :: A large, open wagon
clacendix {f} :: murex (shellfish)
clades {f} :: a breaking
clades {f} :: destruction
cladosporioides {adj} [New Latin] :: Used as a species epithet in taxonomic names, as for a pathogenic fungus
clam {adv} :: clandestinely, secretly, privately
clam {adv} :: stealthily
clam {prep} [with accusative or, rarely, ablative] :: without the knowledge of, unknown to
clamandus {v} :: which is to be shouted at
clamans {v} :: shouting, crying out, claiming
clamaturus {v} :: about to shout, about to cry out, about to claim
clamatus {v} :: shouted at, having been shouted at
clamitandus {v} :: which is to be yelled
clamitans {v} :: yelling
clamitans {v} :: clamouring
clamitaturus {v} :: about to yell
clamitatus {v} :: yelled
clamito {v} :: I yell (cry out)
clamito {v} :: I clamour
clamo {v} :: I cry out, clamor, shout
clamo {v} :: I exclaim
clamor {m} :: A shout, shouting
clamor {m} :: An acclamation, applause
clamor {m} :: A clamor, cry
clamor {m} :: A noise, sound
clamosus {adj} :: noisy, clamorous
clamosus {adj} :: shouting, bawling, clamoring
Clampetia {prop} {f} :: a city of Bruttium situated between Blanda and Temesa
clamys {f} :: Greek military cloak or cape
clamys {f} :: Ceremonial cape or mantle
clanculum {adv} :: clandestinely, secretly, privately
clanculum {adv} :: stealthily
clanculum {prep} [with accusative or, rarely, ablative] :: without the knowledge of, unknown to
clandestinus {adj} :: clandestine, secret, concealed
clangens {v} :: clanging
clango {v} :: I clang
clangor {m} :: clang, noise
clangor {m} :: blast (of a trumpet)
clangor {m} :: sound (of a horn)
clangor {m} :: cry (of a bird)
clangor {m} :: bark (of a dog)
Clanis {prop} {m} :: A river of Etruria flowing through the territory of Clusium
clare {adv} :: clearly, obviously
clare {adv} :: clearly, brightly
clare {adv} :: honorably, in an upstanding way
clarendonensis {adj} :: Clarendon (various places) (attributive)
clareo {v} :: I am clear or bright, shine
clareo {v} :: I shine brightly
clareo {v} :: I am clear, obvious, evident
clareo {v} :: I am distinguished, famous or illustrious
claresco {v} :: I am illuminated
claresco {v} :: I brighten
Clariae {mp} :: A Thracian tribe mentioned by Pliny
clarificatio {f} :: glorification
clarificatus {v} :: made illustrious or famous
clarifico {v} :: I make illustrious or famous
clarionensis {adj} :: Clarion (various places) (attributive)
clarior {adj} :: clearer, brighter
clarior {adj} :: more famous
claripennis {adj} :: having a clear or bright wing or fin, or clear or bright feathers
clarissimus {adj} :: Most clear or bright
clarissimus {adj} :: Most renowned or famous
claritas {f} :: clarity, brightness
claritas {f} :: fame
claritudo {f} :: clearness, brightness
claritudo {f} :: reputation, renown, fame, celebrity
clarnus {m} :: A table with fruits used as gift to Venus
claro {v} :: I brighten, lighten or illuminate
claro {v} :: I clarify (make clear, explain)
clarus {adj} :: clear, bright
clarus {adj} :: renowned, famous
clarus {adj} :: upstanding, respected
classicus {adj} :: Pertaining to the highest class of citizen
classicus {adj} :: Pertaining to the fleet (naval forces)
classis {f} :: any one of the five divisions into which Servius Tullius divided the Roman citizenry
classis {f} :: the armed forces
classis {f} :: fleet
classis {f} :: a group, rank, or class
Clastidium {prop} {n} :: A town of Gallia Cisalpina situated near the borders with Liguria, now Casteggio
Claterna {prop} {f} :: a town of Gallia Cisalpina situated between Bononia and Forum Cornelii
clathratus {adj} :: grated, latticed; clathrate
clathri {prop} {mp} :: A lattice, grate
claudaster {adj} :: little lame
claudendus {v} :: which is to be limped
claudens {v} :: limping
claudeo {v} :: I limp; I am lame
claudeo {v} :: I falter, stumble
Claudia {prop} {f} :: praenomen
Claudia {prop} {f} :: A patrician gens in Ancient Rome
Claudia {prop} {f} :: A nomen for women of the gens
claudicans {v} :: limping
claudicans {v} :: wavering
claudicatio {f} :: limping
claudico {v} :: I limp
claudico {v} :: I waver
Claudiopolis {f} :: A city of Cilicia situated near the course of the Calycadnus
Claudius {prop} {m} :: A Roman gens name
claudo {v} :: I shut, close
claudo {v} :: I imprison, confine
claudo {v} :: I besiege, blockade
claudo {v} :: I limit, restrict
claudo {v} :: alternative form of claudeo
claudus {adj} :: limping, lame
claudus {adj} :: crippled
claudus {adj} :: halting, wavering, uncertain
Clausentum {prop} {n} :: A town of Britannia, situated near Venta Belgarum
clausior {adj} :: more inaccessible
clausior {adj} :: closed or enclosed more tightly
claustellum {n} :: keyhole
claustrarius {m} :: locksmith; person who makes locks for doors
claustrum {n} [rare, usually plural] :: a bar, band, bolt
claustrum {n} :: gate, door, bulwark
claustrum {n} :: enclosure (confined space)
claustrum {n} :: cloister (especially in plural)
claustrum {n} [Medieval Latin] :: portion of monastery closed off to laity
claustrum {n} [New Latin, neuroanatomy] :: claustrum (thin lamina of grey matter in each cerebral hemisphere of the human brain)
clausula {f} :: conclusion, close, end
clausula {f} [rhetoric] :: the close of a period
clausula {f} [legal] :: the conclusion of a legal formula
clausum {n} :: enclosed space
clausura {f} :: lock, bar, bolt
clausura {f} :: clasp (of a necklace)
clausura {f} :: castle, fort
clausura {f} :: cloister
clausus {v} :: closed, inaccessible; having been closed
clausus {v} :: enclosed, having been shut off
clausus {v} :: shut, sealed, having been locked up
clausus {v} [figurative, of a person] :: deaf, unhearing, unreachable
Clausus {prop} {m} [Roman mythology] :: A Sabine leader who assisted Aeneas
clava {f} :: a club
clavarium {n} [military] :: money to pay for a shoe-nail
clavatus {adj} :: nailed
clavatus {adj} :: having nails
clavellatus {adj} :: clavellate
Clavenna {prop} {f} :: A town of Rhaetia, now Chiavenna
clavicarius {m} [Late Latin] :: locksmith
clavichordium {n} [Renaissance Latin] :: clavichord
clavicornis {adj} :: having antenna shaped like clubs; clavicorn
clavicula {f} :: little key
clavicula {f} :: tendril of a vine
clavicula {f} :: pivot
clavicula {f} [skeleton] :: clavicle, collar bone
clavicularius {m} :: jailer
claviger {adj} :: club-bearing
claviger {m} :: the key-bearer
clavipes {adj} :: club-footed
clavis {f} :: key
clavis {f} :: lever or bar for tightening a screw press
clavis aurea {f} [idiomatic] :: used to indicate the means by which texts may be interpreted
clavo {v} :: I nail, furnish, fasten with nails
clavula {f} :: graft, scion
clavulæ {noun} :: alternative typography of clavulae
clavus {m} :: a nail (metal spike)
clavus {m} :: rudder
clavus {m} :: helm (of a boat)
clavus {m} :: purple stripe on the tunic
clavus {m} :: callus, wart, tumor
Clazomenae {prop} {fp} :: A city of Ionia situated on the southern side of the bay of Smyrna
Clearchus {prop} {m} :: A general of Sparta
Clearchus {prop} {m} :: A tyrant of Heraclea
Clearchus {prop} {m} :: A sculptor of Rhegium
Cleareta {prop} {m} :: given name, character in the play Amphitryon of Plautus
clematis {f} :: the name of various climbing plants
clemens {adj} :: merciful, lenient
clemens {adj} :: mild, gentle, quiet, peaceful, easy, moderate
clemens {adj} :: compliant
clementer {adv} :: mercifully
clementer {adv} :: leniently
clementer {adv} :: gently
clementer {adv} :: compliantly
clementia {f} :: mercy, clemency
clementia {f} :: gentleness
clementior {adj} :: more merciful, lenient
clementior {adj} :: milder, gentler, more moderate
clementissime {adv} :: superlative of clēmenter
clementissimus {adj} :: most or very merciful etc
clementissimus {adj} :: mildest, gentlest, very mild, gentle etc
clementius {adv} :: comparative of clēmenter
Cleobulus {prop} {m} :: A Greek poet of Lindus
Cleomachus {prop} {m} :: given name, character in the play Bacchides of Plautus
Cleomenes {prop} {m} :: The name of three kings of Sparta
Cleon {prop} {m} :: An Athenian statesman
Cleonae {prop} {fp} :: A city of Peloponnesus situated between Corinthus and Argos
Cleophon {prop} {m} :: An Athenian demagogue and statesman
Cleostrata {prop} {m} :: given name, character in the play Casina of Plautus
clepo {v} :: I steal
clepo {v} :: I listen secretly
Clepsina {prop} {m} :: A Roman cognomen — famously held by:
Clepsina {prop} {m} :: Lucius Genucius Clepsina, a Roman consul
clepsydra {f} :: water clock, clepsydra
clepta {m} :: A thief
clericalis {adj} :: clerical, priestly
clericia {f} [Medieval Latin] :: clergy
clericus {m} [Late Latin] :: a priest, clergyman, cleric
clericus {m} [Late Latin] :: a learned man, clerk
clerus {m} :: clergy
clibanus {m} :: earthenware or iron vessel for cooking bread
clibanus {m} :: oven, furnace
Clibanus {prop} {f} :: A town of Isauria mentioned by Pliny
Clides {prop} {m} :: A group of islands off the coast of Cyprus
clidion {n} :: The collarbone of the tunny
cliens {mf} :: customer
cliens {mf} :: client, retainer, follower
cliens {mf} :: companion, favorite
cliens {mf} [of a nation] :: ally, vassal
cliens {mf} :: one under the protection of a particular deity
clientela {f} :: clientship, patronage
clientela {f} [in the plural] :: clients
clima {n} [mathematics] :: slope, inclination
clima {n} [historical units of measure] :: A Roman unit of area equivalent to a square with sides of 60 Roman feet
clima {n} [Late Latin] :: climate, clime
clima {n} [Late Latin, figuratively] :: region
climactericus {adj} :: of or pertaining to a dangerous epoch in life, climacteric
climatis mutatio {f} [New Latin] :: climate change
Climberrum {prop} {n} :: A town of the Ausci in Aquitania
clinatus {v} :: inclined, leaning
clinia {f} :: inclination, slope
clinicus {m} [post-classical] :: a physician who tends to patients who are bedridden
clinicus {m} [post-classical] :: a bearer of the bier, sexton, gravedigger
clinicus {m} [Late Latin] :: a patient who is bedridden
clinicus {m} [Late Latin] :: one who is baptized when ill or infirm
clino {v} [rare, doubtful] :: I bend, incline
Clio {prop} {f} [Greek mythology] :: Clio, three figures:
Clio {prop} {f} :: the Muse of history and epic poetry
Clio {prop} {f} :: a Nereid
Clio {prop} {f} :: an Oceanid
clipeandus {v} :: which is to be shielded
clipeans {v} :: shielding
clipeaturus {v} :: about to shield
clipeatus {v} :: shielded (armed with a shield)
clipeo {v} :: I arm with a shield
clipeolum {n} :: a small shield
clipeus {m} :: shield (round, especially of bronze)
clipeus {m} :: disk of the sun
clipeus {m} :: vault of the sky
Clisthenes {prop} {m} :: a prominent Greek statesman and orator
Clitarchus {prop} {m} :: A Greek historian
clitella {f} :: alternative form of clitellae
clitellae {fp} :: packsaddle
Cliternia {prop} {f} :: a town in the northern part of Apulia situated between the rivers Frento and Tifernus
Clitumnus {prop} {m} :: The Clitunno river, that flows in Umbria
Clitumnus {prop} {m} [religion] :: The god of the Clitunno, son of Oceanus and Tethys
Clitumnus {adj} :: of or pertaining to the Clitunno
clivius {adj} :: inauspicious
clivus {m} :: A slope, hill, rise
cloaca {f} :: A sewer or underground drain
cloaca {f} [humorous] :: The stomach of a drunken or voracious woman
clocito {vi} [of deer] :: I troat
clodico {v} :: alternative form of claudico
Clodius {prop} {m} :: A Roman gens name
clodus {adj} :: alternative form of claudus
Cloelius {prop} {m} :: a Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name" famously held by:
Cloelius {prop} {m} :: Quintus Cloelius Siculus, a Roman consul
clonos {f} :: buttercup (plant)
clostellum {n} :: keyhole
clostra {n} {p} :: A lock, bar, bolt
clostra {n} {p} :: A gate, entrance
clostra {n} {p} :: A barricade, bulwark
clostra {n} {p} :: A hindrance
Cluana {prop} {f} :: a town of Picenum situated between Cupra and Potentia
cluden {n} :: A kind of sword, used in theatrical performances, whose blade reentered in the hilt
cludo {v} :: alternative form of claudo
Cludrus {prop} {m} :: A river of Caria flowing into the Maeander
Cluentius {prop} {m} :: a Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name" famously held by:
Cluentius {prop} {m} :: Lucius Cluentius, a Roman general
Cluentus {prop} {m} :: Another name of the river Flusor
clueo {v} :: I am called or named
clueo {v} :: I am reputed
clunaclus {m} :: sacrificial knife
Clunia {prop} {f} :: a city in Hispania Tarraconensis
clunis {mf} [anatomy] :: rump, buttocks
cluo {v} [archaic] :: I clean, purge
cluo {v} :: alternative form of clueō
clupea {f} :: allis shad
Clupea {prop} {f} :: A town of Africa, now Kélibia
clupeum {n} :: Variant of clipeum
clupeus {m} :: alternative form of clipeus
clura {f} :: An ape
-clus {suffix} :: Used to form a diminutive of a noun
Clusium {prop} {n} :: Chiusi (city in Tuscany)
Clusius {prop} {m} :: A river of Gallia Transpadana that flows into the Ollius, now the Chiese
clusor {m} :: A person who encloses
clusura {f} :: alternative form of clausura
clusus {v} :: alternative form of clausus
Clutorius {prop} {m} :: a Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name" famously held by:
Clutorius {prop} {m} :: Clutorius Priscus, a Roman poet
Cluvidienus {prop} {m} :: a Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name" famously held by:
Cluvidienus {prop} {m} :: Cluvidienus Quietus, a Roman who took part to the Pisonian conspiracy
Cluvius {prop} {m} :: a Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name" famously held by:
Cluvius {prop} {m} :: Marcus Cluvius Rufus, a Roman consul and historian
clymenos {m} :: An unknown plant, maybe a kind of honeysuckle
clypeandus {v} :: alternative form of clipeandus
clypeans {v} :: alternative form of clipeans
clypeaturus {v} :: alternative form of clipeaturus
clypeatus {v} :: alternative form of clipeatus
clypeo {v} :: alternative form of clipeo
clypeum {n} :: alternative form of clipeus
clypeus {m} :: alternative form of clipeus
Cn. {prop} {m} :: praenominal abbreviation of Cnaeus praenominal abbreviation of Gnaeus
Cnaeus {prop} [archaic or hypercorrect] :: alternative form of Gnaeus
cnasonae {fp} :: A kind of needle used to scratch the head
cnecos {m} :: safflower
Cnemis {f} :: A range of mountains forming the boundary between Phocis and Locris
Cnemis {f} :: A town of Phocis
Cnidos {prop} {f} :: alternative spelling of Cnidus
Cnidus {prop} {f} :: Knidos (a Doric city in Caria, celebrated for its statue of Venus, the workmanship of Praxiteles)
cnisa {f} :: steam or odor from a sacrifice
cnodax {m} :: pivot, gudgeon
Cnossos {prop} {f} :: alt form Gnōsus
Cnossus {prop} {f} :: alt form Gnōsus
co- {prefix} :: together, with
co- {prefix} :: [intensifier]
coa {f} :: lustful woman, prostitute
coacervandus {v} :: which is to be heaped up, piled up, amassed, totalled
coacervans {v} :: heaping up, piling up, amassing, totalling
coacervatio {f} :: heaping together
coacervatio {f} :: aggregate
coacervaturus {v} :: about to heap up, pile up, amass, total
coacervatus {v} :: heaped up, piled up, amassed, totalled
coacervo {v} :: I heap or pile up
coacervo {v} :: I amass, collect or gather together
coacervo {v} :: I add, sum or total
coacesco {v} :: I become acid or sour
coacesco {v} :: I deteriorate (especially of wine)
coacesco {v} :: I become corrupt
coactandum {v} :: compelling, constraining, forcing
coactandus {v} :: which is to be compelled
coactandus {v} :: which is to be constrained
coactandus {v} :: which is to be forced
coactans {v} :: compelling, constraining, forcing
coactaturus {v} :: about to compel, constrain, force
coactatus {v} :: compelled, having been compelled
coactatus {v} :: constrained, having been constrained
coactatus {v} :: forced, having been forced
coacto {v} :: I compel, constrain, force
coactor {m} :: collector of money (tax, auctions etc)
coactor {m} :: one who compels
coacturus {v} :: about to force or encourage
coactus {v} :: forced, compelled, having been forced
coactus {v} :: urged, encouraged, having been encouraged
coactus {v} :: assembled, brought together
coactus {m} :: compulsion
coactus {m} :: coercion
coadunandus {v} :: which is to be united
coadunans {v} :: uniting
coadunaturus {v} :: about to unite
coadunatus {v} :: united
coaduno {v} :: I unite (add, join or collect into one)
coaedificandus {v} :: which is to be built with others
coaedificans {v} :: building with others
coaedificaturus {v} :: about to build with others
coaedificatus {v} :: built with others
coaedifico {v} :: I build with others; I build upon
coaequalis {adj} :: coequal
coaequalis {adj} :: coeval (of equal age)
coaequans {v} :: equalizing
coaequans {v} :: equating
coaequo {v} :: I equalize
coaequo {v} :: I equate
coaetaneus {m} :: A person of the same age as another
coaevus {adj} :: coeval (of the same age)
coagitatus {v} :: shaken together
coagito {v} :: I shake together
coagmento {v} :: I join or connect
coagmento {v} :: I fit or fasten together
coagulatio {noun} :: a curdling, coagulating
coagulatus {v} :: curdled
coagulatus {v} :: coagulated
coagulo {v} :: I curdle; make thick, solid
coagulo {v} :: I coagulate
coagulum {noun} :: tie, bond, binding agent
coagulum {noun} :: curd
coagulum {noun} :: rennet
coagulum {noun} :: thickening, congealing
coalescens {v} :: uniting
coalesco {v} :: I unite together; I coalesce
coalitio {f} [Medieval Latin] :: association, society
coalitus {v} :: communion; fellowship
coalo {v} :: I nourish / feed together
coambulans {v} :: going or walking together with another
coambulo {v} :: I go or walk together with another
coangustatus {v} :: confined, compressed, enclosed
coangustatus {v} :: limited, restricted
coangusto {v} :: I confine, compress, enclose
coangusto {v} :: I limit, restrict
coarctandus {v} :: alternative form of coartandus
coarctans {v} :: alternative form of coartans
coarctaturus {v} :: alternative form of coartaturus
coarctatus {v} :: alternative form of coartatus
coarcto {v} :: alternative form of coarto
coarguendus {v} :: which is to be refuted
coarguens {v} :: refuting
coarguo {v} :: I refute
coarguo {v} :: I demonstrate
coarguo {v} :: I convict
coarguturus {v} :: about to refut
coargutus {v} :: refuted
coartandus {v} :: which is to be compressed
coartans {v} :: compressing, contracting, confining
coartans {v} :: abridging, shortening
coartans {v} :: constraining
coartaturus {v} :: about to compress
coartatus {v} :: compressed
coarto {v} :: I compress, contract, confine
coarto {v} :: I abridge, shorten
coarto {v} :: I constrain
coaxo {v} :: I croak (make sound of a frog)
coaxo {v} :: alternative form of coasso
cobaltinus {adj} [New Latin] :: cobalt blue
cobaltum {n} :: cobalt (chemical element 27)
cobanensis {adj} :: Cobán (attributive)
cobion {n} :: A kind of spurge
Cobulatus {prop} {m} :: A river of Lycia mentioned by Livy
Cocceius {prop} {m} :: a Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name" famously held by:
Cocceius {prop} {m} :: Marcus Cocceius Nerva, a Roman emperor
Cocceius {adj} :: of or pertaining to the gens Coccēius
cocciferus {adj} [New Latin] :: That produces a scarlet dye (such as cochineal)
coccineus {adj} :: Coloured or dyed scarlet
coccinus {adj} :: scarlet, scarlet-dyed
coccothraustes {adj} [New Latin] :: kernel-crushing
coccum {n} :: a scarlet berry of various plants
coccum {n} :: a gall of various trees
coccum {n} :: the insect, Coccus ilicis, used for producing dye
coccum {n} :: a scarlet dye, or the cloth dyed with it
coccyx {m} [anatomy] :: coccyx
cocetum {n} :: A kind of food prepared with honey and poppies
cochinchinensis {adj} :: Cochin China (attributive) (Vietnamese)
cochinensis {adj} :: Cochin China (attributive) (Vietnamese)
cochl. {n} [medicine and pharmacy] :: abbreviation of cochlear (“spoonful”, as a measurement of dose)
cochlea {f} :: snail
cochlea {f} :: snail shell
cochlea {f} :: spiral
cochlear {n} :: a spoon
cochlear {n} :: a spoonful [as a measure for liquids]
cochlear {n} [specifically, in medicine and pharmacy] :: a spoonful (a measurement of dose, equal to half a cheme or ¹⁄₁₄₄ of a cotyla)
cochlearium {noun} :: snailery, snail-pen, enclosure for edible snails
cochlearium {noun} :: spoon, spoonful
Cocilius {prop} {m} :: a Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name"
cocio {m} :: a broker, factor
cocistro {m} :: A slave charged to taste the dishes
coclea {f} :: alternative form of cochlea
coclear {n} :: a spoonful
coclear {n} :: a spoon (scooped utensil for eating (or serving))
cocleola {f} :: a small snail
cocles {m} :: used cognominally of a person who is one-eyed or blind in one eye
Cocles {m} :: A masculine cognomen — famously held by:
Cocles {m} :: Publius Horatius Cocles (v. circa 509 BC), a legendary officer in the army of the Roman Republic who, in Rome’s war against Clusium, single-handedly defended the Pons Sublicius against the invading Etruscans
Cocles {m} :: Bartholomaeus Cocles (1467–1504), a Bononian scholar of chiromancy, physiognomy, astrology, and Geomancy
coco {v} :: alternative form of coquo
cocococo {interj} :: cock-a-doodle-doo!
Cocosa {prop} {f} :: A town of Aquitania situated on the road from Burdigala to Aquae Tarbellicae
Cocosates {prop} {m} :: A Celtic tribe of Aquitania mentioned by Pliny
coctilia {np} [plurale tantum] :: very dry wood, that burns without smoke
coctilis {adj} :: burned
coctilis {adj} :: built of burned bricks
coctio {f} :: cooking
coctio {f} :: digestion
coctor {m} :: A cook
coctura {f} :: cooking, heating, roasting
coctus {v} :: cooked, having been cooked
coctus {v} :: ripened, having been ripened
cocus {m} :: alternative form of coquus ("cook")
Cocylium {prop} {n} :: A town of Mysia
coda {f} [Late Latin, Vulgar Latin] :: tail
codeta {f} :: A place in which grow plants similar to horse's tails
codex {m} :: alternative form of caudex
codia {f} :: head of the poppy
codicillus {m} :: diminutive of cōdex
codicillus {m} [chiefly in the plural] :: firewood
codicillus {m} [chiefly in the plural] :: notepad, writing tablet; writing, petition
codicillus {m} :: codicil [to a will]
codicillus {m} :: commission; statement of appointment (to office)
codificatio {f} :: codification
codon {noun} :: codon: a handbell used for summoning monks
coefficiens {m} [mathematics] :: coefficient
coelebs {adj} :: alternative form of caelebs
Coelerni {prop} {mp} :: A pre-Roman, probably Celtic, tribe of Gallaecia, Hispania Tarraconensis, whose main settlement was Κοιλιόβριγα
coeles {adj} :: alternative form of caeles ("celestial, heavenly")
coelestis {adj} :: alternative spelling of caelestis
coelicola {mf} :: alternative form of caelicola ("inhabitant of heaven; god; goddess")
coelicolor {adj} :: sky-blue-coloured
coelicus {adj} :: alternative form of caelicus ("celestial, heavenly; magnificent")
coelifer {adj} :: alternative form of caelifer ("supporting the sky or heavens")
coelifluus {adj} :: alternative form of caelifluus ("flowing from heaven")
coeliger {adj} :: alternative form of caeliger ("heaven supporting")
coeliloquus {adj} :: alternative form of caeliloquus ("heavenly speaking")
coelipotens {adj} :: alternative form of caelipotens ("powerful in heaven")
coelitus {adv} :: alternative form of caelitus ("from heaven; from the emperor")
coelum {n} :: alternative spelling of caelum, standard in mediaeval texts.
coelus {m} :: sky, heaven
coelus {m} :: space
coelus {m} :: air, climate, weather
coemendus {v} :: which is to be purchased
coemens {v} :: purchasing
coemeterium {n} :: cemetery, churchyard, burial ground
coemo {v} :: I purchase or buy up
coemptio {f} :: A mock sale or purchase, especially one used to free a wife from marriage obligations
coempturus {v} :: about to purchase
coemptus {v} :: purchased
coena {f} :: alternative form of cena
coeno {v} [Late Latin] :: alternative form of cēnō
coenobita {f} :: brother, fellow monk
coenobium {n} :: monastery, convent, cloister
cœnobium {n} :: alternative typography of coenobium
coens {v} :: assembling, meeting
coens {v} :: encountering
coens {v} :: copulating
coens {v} :: joining, allying
coens {v} :: uniting
coenulentus {adj} :: alternative spelling of caenulentus
cœnulentus {adj} :: alternative typography of caenulentus
coeo {v} :: I assemble, meet, come together
coeo {v} :: I encounter, come up against
coeo {v} :: I copulate
coeo {v} :: I join, ally with
coeo {v} :: I unite, come together as a whole
coeo {v} :: I mass together, ball up, curdle
coepi {v} :: I began
coepio {v} [ante-classical and post-classical] :: begin, commence, initiate (= incipiō)
coepturus {v} :: about to begin
coeptus {v} :: having begun
coeptus {m} :: Beginning, undertaking
coerator {m} [poetic, archaic] :: alternative form of cūrātor
coercendus {v} :: which is to be surrounded
coercendus {v} :: which is to be restrained
coercens {v} :: surrounding, confining
coërcens {v} :: alternative spelling of coercēns
coerceo {v} :: I enclose on all sides, hold together; surround, encompass
coerceo {v} :: I restrain, keep back, confine, shut up or in, hold in confinement, repress
coerceo {v} [figuratively, of discourse] :: I keep within limits, control, limit
coerceo {v} [figuratively, of a passion] :: I curb, restrain, tame, correct
coercitio {f} :: coercion, restraint, repression
coerciturus {v} :: about to surround, confine
coercitus {v} :: surrounded, confined
coerulescens {adj} :: alternative form of caerulēscēns
coeruleus {adj} :: alternative form of caeruleus
coetaneus {m} :: alternative form of coaetaneus
coetus {m} :: union; meeting, interaction
coeundus {v} :: which is to be assembled
coeuntes litterae {f} [language] :: the stopping of hiatus, the running together of words, synalepha
Coeus {prop} {m} :: Coeus, the Titan of intelligence
cof {n} :: qoph
cofanus {m} :: A pelican
coffea {f} [New Latin] :: coffee
cofinus {m} :: basket, hamper
Cogamus {prop} {m} :: A river of Lydia, now called Kuzuçay
cogendus {v} :: which is to be forced, compelled, urged or encouraged
cogens {v} :: collecting or assembling together
cogens {v} :: encouraging
cogitabundus {adj} :: thinking, thoughtful
cogitandus {v} :: which is to be thought
cogitandus {v} :: which is to be considered, pondered
cogitans {v} :: thinking
cogitans {v} :: considering, pondering
cogitatio {f} :: thinking, meditation, reflection
cogitatio {f} :: thought
cogitatio {f} :: reasoning
cogitaturus {v} :: about to think
cogitaturus {v} :: about to consider, ponder
cogitatus {v} :: thought, having been thought
cogitatus {v} :: considered, having been pondered
cogito {v} :: I think
cogito {v} :: I consider, ponder
cogito, ergo sum {phrase} :: I think therefore I am
cognatio {f} :: kindred (relationship by blood)
cognatio {f} :: consanguinity; affinity
cognatus {adj} :: related by blood, kindred
cognatus {adj} :: brother or sister; sibling
cognatus {adj} [figuratively] :: related, connected, like, similar
cognatus {adj} [substantive] :: a blood relation, blood relative, kinsman
cognatus accusativus {m} :: alternative form of accūsātīvus cognātus
cognitio {f} :: examination, inquiry, investigation
cognitio {f} :: learning, study (acquisition of knowledge)
cognitio {f} :: knowledge
cognitissimus {adj} :: most or very known, recognised, noted
cognitor {m} :: advocate, attorney
cognitor {m} :: witness (to the identity of a person)
cogniturus {v} :: about to recognize
cognitus {v} :: known (from experience), recognised, having been recognised
cognitus {v} :: noted, acknowledged, having been acknowledged
cognitus {m} :: acquaintance (act of getting to know one)
cognomen {n} :: surname
cognomen {n} :: third part of a formal name
cognomen {n} :: an additional name derived from some characteristic
cognomentum {n} :: surname
cognomentum {n} :: name
cognominatus {v} :: named (with a surname)
cognominatus {v} :: synonymic, synonymical, synonymous
cognomino {v} :: I am named, called; I have a (specified) surname
cognoscendus {v} :: which is to be known or recognised
cognoscens {v} :: knowing
cognoscens {v} :: recognizing
cognoscens {v} :: witnessing
cognoscens {v} :: acquainted (with)
cognoscens {v} :: aware (of)
cognoscibilis {adj} :: recognizable, discernible
cognoscibiliter {adv} :: recognizably
cognoscibiliter {adv} :: discernibly
cognosco {v} :: I learn, I am acquainted (with), I recognize
cognosco {v} :: (in perfect tense) I know
cogo {v} :: I collect, assemble, gather together, restrict or confine
cogo {v} :: I force, compel, urge, encourage, finagle
cohabitans {v} :: cohabiting (living or dwelling with another)
cohabito {v} :: I live or dwell together with another; I cohabit
cohaerens {v} :: uniting, cohering, adhering
cohaerentia {f} :: cohesion
cohaereo {v} :: I cling, cleave or stick cling (closely) together; I am united, cohere, adhere
cohaereo {v} :: I am composed of, consist of or in
cohaereo {v} [of persons] :: I am near, close or united
cohaereo {v} [in discourse] :: I am closely connected, belong together
cohaereo {v} [in thought] :: I am consistent (with), agree (together), I am in agreement (with), harmonize (with)
cohaereo {v} :: I hold myself together, maintain myself, remain, exist
cohaereo {v} :: I am in contact with or contiguous to
cohaeresco {vi} [rare] :: I stick or hang together, cohere
cohaesio {f} :: cohesion
cohaesio {f} :: unity
cohercendus {v} :: alternative form of coercendus
cohercens {v} :: alternative form of coercens
coherceo {v} :: alternative form of coerceo
coherciturus {v} :: alternative form of coerciturus
cohercitus {v} :: alternative form of coercitus
coherens {v} :: alternative form of cohaerens
cohereo {v} :: alternative form of cohaereo
coheres {c} :: coheir, coheiress
cohesurus {v} :: alternative form of cohaesurus
cohibendus {v} :: which is to be confined, restrained, repressed
cohibens {v} :: confining, restraining, repressing
cohibeo {v} :: I hold together, contain, confine, comprise
cohibeo {v} :: I keep (back), hinder, stay, stop, restrain
cohibeo {v} :: I hold in check, limit, repress, subdue, tame
cohibitio {f} :: restriction, confinement, repression
cohibiturus {v} :: about to confine, restrain, repress
cohibitus {v} :: contained, confined, comprised
cohibitus {v} :: hindered, stopped, restrained
cohibitus {v} :: repressed, subdued
cohonestandus {v} :: which is to be honoured
cohonestans {v} :: honouring
cohonestaturus {v} :: about to honour
cohonestatus {v} :: honoured
cohonesto {v} :: I honour, grace
cohors {f} :: a court
cohors {f} :: a farmyard or enclosure
cohors {f} :: a retinue
cohors {f} :: a circle or crowd
cohors {f} :: a cohort; tenth part of a legion
cohors {f} :: a band or armed force
cohors {f} :: a ship's crew
cohors {f} :: a bodyguard
cohors {f} :: a military unit of 500 men
cohortandus {v} :: which is to be encouraged or exhorted
cohortans {v} :: encouraging, exhorting
cohortatio {f} :: encouragement, exhortation
cohortatus {v} :: encouraged, exhorted, having been encouraged
cohorto {v} :: I encourage or exhort
cohortor {v} :: I encourage or exhort
cohum {n} :: The thong or strap used to attach a pole to a yoke
coicio {v} :: alternative form of cōniciō
coiector {m} :: alternative form of coniector
coiens {v} :: assembling
coiens {v} :: encountering
coiens {v} :: copulating
coincidendus {v} :: which is to be coincided
coincidens {v} :: coinciding
coincidentia {f} :: coincidence
coincido {v} :: I coincide
coincisurus {v} :: about to coincide
coincisus {v} :: coincided
coinquinatio {f} :: polluting, defiling (act of)
coinquinatio {f} :: pollution
coinquinatus {v} :: completely defiled, polluted or contaminated
coinquino {v} :: I defile, pollute or contaminate all over
coitio {f} :: meeting
coitio {f} [chemistry] :: combination
coitio {f} :: coitus
coitus {m} :: a coming or meeting
coitus {m} :: a joining, combination
coitus {m} :: sexual intercourse
coitus more ferarum {m} :: doggy style
coix {f} :: a kind of Ethiopian palm
col- {prefix} :: with; together
-cola {suffix} :: inhabitor (one who inhabits)
-cola {suffix} :: tiller, cultivator (one who tills or cultivates)
-cola {suffix} :: worshipper, honourer (one who worships or honours)
colandus {v} :: which is to be filtered, strained, cleansed, cleaned, or purified
colans {v} :: filtering, straining, cleansing, cleaning, purifying
colaphizandus {v} :: which is to be cuffed
colaphizans {v} :: cuffing
colaphizaturus {v} :: about to cuff
colaphizatus {v} :: cuffed (boxed about the ears)
colaphizo {v} [Late Latin] :: I cuff (box someone's ears)
colaphus {m} :: a blow with the fist; cuff
Colapis {m} :: A river of Pannonia, now called Kupa or Kolpa
Colarni {prop} {mp} :: A tribe of Lusitania mentioned by Pliny
colatus {v} :: filtered, strained, cleansed, cleaned, purified
colchicus {adj} :: alternative form of Colchicus
Colchis {prop} {f} :: Colchis
coleatus {adj} [vulgar] :: provided with, having or pertaining to testicles
colendus {v} :: which is to be cultivated
colendus {v} :: which is to be protected
colens {v} :: tilling, cultivating
colens {v} :: protecting, nurturing
Colentum {prop} {n} :: Murter, an island situated off the coast of Croatia
coleohominis {adj} [New Latin] :: isolated from human vagina
coleoptratus {adj} [New Latin] :: having a sheathed wing
coleus {m} :: sack (bag for liquids or grains)
coleus {m} [in the plural, vulgar] :: scrotum, testicles
colias {m} :: A kind of tuna
colimensis {adj} :: Colima (attributive)
collabens {v} :: collapsing
collabor {v} :: I collapse, fall in
collaborandus {v} :: which is to be collaborated
collaborans {v} :: collaborating
collaboraturus {v} :: about to collaborate
collaboratus {v} :: collaborated
collaboro {v} :: I work together with others; I collaborate
collabundus {v} :: disposed to collapse, collapsing
collactaneus {m} :: foster brother, foster sister
collapsurus {v} :: about to collapse
collapsus {v} :: collapsed, fallen in, having collapsed
collare {noun} [Late Latin, Vulgar Latin] :: collar, neckband; chain for the neck
collaris {adj} :: neck (attributive)
collaris {adj} :: collared
Collatia {prop} {f} :: an ancient city of Latium, situated between Gabii and the river Anio
Collatinus {adj} :: Of, or from, Collatia
Collatinus {m} :: A Roman cognomen — famously held by:
Collatinus {m} :: Lucius Tarquinius Collatinus, a Roman consul
collatio {f} :: collecting (bringing together)
collatio {f} :: union, combination
collatio {f} :: comparison, collation (of facts)
collatio {f} :: collection (of taxes)
collatrix {f} [Late Latin] :: A female donor
collaturus {v} :: about to gather, unite or join etc
collatus {v} :: brought together, having been brought together
collatus {v} :: compared, having been compared
collaudandus {v} :: which is to be commended
collaudans {v} :: praising, extolling
collaudans {v} :: commending
collaudatio {f} :: warm praise
collaudatio {f} :: commendation
collaudatio {f} :: eulogy
collaudaturus {v} :: about to commend
collaudatus {v} :: commended
collaudo {v} :: I praise or extol highly
collaudo {v} :: I commend
collecta {f} :: contribution (in money); collection
collecta {f} :: meeting, assemblage
collectio {f} :: The act of collecting together; accumulation, collection
collectio {f} [rhetoric] :: A summary, recapitulation, summing up
collectio {f} :: An argumentation, reasoning, conclusion, inference, syllogism
collectio {f} [medicine] :: A swelling, tumor, abscess
collectivus {adj} :: collected or gathered together
collectivus {adj} :: syllogistic
collecturus {v} :: about to gather, about to collect
collectus {v} :: gathered, having been gathered, collected, having been collected
collega {m} :: a partner (in office), colleague
collega {m} [by extension] :: associate, companion, fellow, colleague
Collega {prop} {m} :: A Roman cognomen — famously held by:
Collega {prop} {m} :: Gnaeus Pompeius Collega, a Roman consul
collegialis {adj} :: collegial
collegiatus {m} :: A fellow member of a college, corporation, etc.; collegiate, collegian
collegiatus {adj} :: collegiate
collegiatus {adj} :: corporate
collegium {n} :: college (several senses)
collegium {n} :: school
collegium {n} :: corporation, guild, company
collibertus {m} :: A fellow freedman
colliculus {m} :: small hill, hillock, knoll
collidendus {v} :: which is to be clashed
collidens {v} :: clashing
collido {v} :: I clash, strike, dash, beat, or press together
collido {v} :: I conflict or contend
colligandus {v} :: which is to be fastened together, which is to be connected
colligans {v} :: fastening together, connecting
colligatio {f} :: connection (binding or joining together)
colligatio {f} :: ligature, band, fastening
colligaturus {v} :: about to fasten together, about to connect
colligatus {v} :: fastened together, having been fastened together, connected, having been connected
colligendus {v} :: which is to be gathered, assembled etc
colligens {v} :: gathering, collecting, harvesting
colligo {v} :: I gather, draw, bring or collect (together), assemble, pick up; contract, draw up, compress, concentrate; harvest
colligo {v} :: I make thick, thicken; bind or mass together
colligo {v} :: I get, gain, acquire, produce, collect
colligo {v} :: I think upon, weigh, consider; deduce, conclude, infer, gather
colligo {v} [in a reflexive sense] :: I collect or compose myself, recover my courage or resolution
colligo {v} [of a number, chiefly a distance] :: I amount or come to, extend; am reckoned (in a passive sense)
colligo {v} :: I bind, tie or fasten together or up, connect; bandage
colligo {v} [figuratively] :: I unite, combine, connect
colligo {v} [figuratively, in the sense of preventing free motion] :: I restrain, check, stop, hinder
collino {v} :: I cover over, besmear; pollute, defile
collinus {adj} :: Of a hill; growing on a hill
Collippo {prop} {f} :: An ancient town in Lusitania
colliquandus {v} :: which is to be liquefied
colliquans {v} :: liquefying
colliquatio {f} :: melting together, fusing
colliquaturus {v} :: about to liquefy
colliquatus {v} :: liquefied
colliquefactus {adj} :: liquefied, dissolved, melted
colliquescens {v} :: liquefying
colliquesco {v} :: I melt, liquefy, dissolve
colliquo {v} :: I melt, liquefy, dissolve together
collis {m} :: a hill
collisio {f} :: clash, concussion, collision
collisurus {v} :: about to clash
collisus {v} :: clashed (etc.) together
collisus {v} :: conflicted, contended
collocandus {v} :: which is to be assembled
collocans {v} :: assembling
collocatio {f} :: The act of putting together or setting up; arrangement, placing, collocation
collocaturus {v} :: about to assemble
collocatus {v} :: assembled (placed together)
collocatus {v} :: placed, located, situated
colloco {v} :: I place, put, set in order, assign
colloco {v} :: I put together, assemble
colloco {v} :: I settle
colloco {v} :: I convey, relocate
collocuturus {v} :: about to converse
collocutus {v} :: discussed, having been discussed
colloquendus {v} :: which is to be conversed
colloquens {v} :: conversing, discussing
colloquium {n} :: conversation
colloquium {n} :: discussion
colloquium {n} :: interview
colloquium {n} :: conference
colloquium {n} :: parley
colloquor {v} :: I speak to, talk together, converse, discuss, hold a conversation, parley or a conference
collucens {v} :: shining brightly, illuminated; glittering, glistening
colluceo {v} :: I give out light on every side; I am bright, lit up or illuminated, shine brightly
colluceo {v} :: I am resplendent, glitter, glisten
colluctans {v} :: struggling, contending
colluctatio {f} :: wrestling, struggling (with something)
colluctatio {f} :: struggle, conflict
colluctatus {v} :: struggled, contended or wrestled with
colluctor {v} :: I struggle, contend or wrestle with
colludens {v} :: playing together
colludo {v} :: I play or sport together; play with
colludo {v} [legal] :: I keep up false appearances with one to the injury of a third person, have a secret understanding with one, act in collusion with
collum {n} [anatomy] :: neck, throat
collum {n} :: upper stem of a plant
collum {n} [symbolically] :: servitude
collus {m} :: alternative form of collum
collusio {f} :: collusion
collusor {m} :: playmate
collusor {m} :: companion
collusorie {adv} :: collusively
collusorie {adv} :: concertedly
collustrandus {v} :: which is to be illuminated
collustrandus {v} :: which is to be inspected
collustrans {v} :: illuminating
collustraturus {v} :: about to illuminate
collustratus {v} :: illuminated
collustrium {n} :: A corporation responsible for the purification / lustration of fields
collustro {v} :: I illuminate, brighten
collustro {v} :: I inspect, survey
colluvio {f} :: jumble (heterogeneous mass)
colluvio {f} :: filth
Collybiscus {prop} {m} :: given name, character in the play Poenulus of Plautus
collybus {m} :: exchange (of currencies)
collybus {m} :: rate of exchange; premium
collyrida {f} :: alternative form of collyris
collyris {f} :: roll (bread), cake
collyris {f} :: headdress (of a woman)
collyrium {n} :: eye-salve
collyrium {n} :: pessary, suppository
Collytus {prop} {m} :: A town of Attica and hometown of Ariston of Athens
colo {v} :: I till, cultivate
colo {v} :: I inhabit
colo {v} :: I protect, nurture
colo {v} [figuratively] :: I worship, honor
colo {v} :: I filter, strain, purify
colobium {n} :: An undergarment with short sleeves
Colobona {prop} {f} :: An ancient city in Hispania Baetica
colocynthis {noun} :: colocynth
colocyntis {f} :: colocynth
colombianus {adj} :: Colombian
colombiensis {adj} :: Colombian
colon {n} [anatomy] :: The colon; large intestine
colon {n} :: colic, a disease of the colon
colon {n} :: a member or part of a verse of a poem
colona {f} :: a female farmer, countrywoman
colonarius {adj} :: Of or pertaining to a farmer, rustic
colonatus {m} :: The condition of a rustic
Coloneus {adj} :: of or pertaining to the Attic demos Colonus
Coloneus {prop} {m} [elliptically for Oedipūs Colōnēus] :: Oedipus at Colonus (Sophocles’ tragedy)
colonia {f} :: A colony, settlement
colonia {f} :: A possession in land, land attached to a farm, estate
colonia {f} [metonymy] :: The people composing a colony, colonists
Colonia Agrippina {prop} {f} :: Cologne, Agrippine Colony; city on the Rhine River in Germany, founded by Agrippina, the mother of the Roman emperor Nero
coloniarius {adj} :: Of or pertaining to a colony, colonial
coloniarius {adj} [substantive] :: A native of a colony
colonica {f} :: farmhouse, rustic's hut
colonicus {adj} :: Of or pertaining to agriculture or husbandry
colonicus {adj} :: Found upon any farm, common
colonicus {adj} :: Of or pertaining to a colony, colonial
colonus {m} :: farmer
colonus {m} :: colonist, colonial, inhabitant
Colophon {prop} {f} :: a city of Ionia situated north of Ephesus
color {m} :: (UK) colour, shade; (US) color
color {m} :: pigment
color {m} :: complexion
color {m} :: outward appearance
coloradensis {adj} :: Colorado (attributive)
colorandus {v} :: which is to be coloured
colorans {v} :: colouring
coloraturus {v} :: about to colour
coloratus {v} :: coloured
colorius {adj} :: variegated
colorius {adj} :: brown
coloro {v} :: I color, tinge, imbue
coloro {v} :: I paint, dye
Colossae {prop} {fp} :: A city of Phrygia situated on the river Lycus
colosseus {adj} :: colossal, huge, gigantic
colossicos {adj} :: alternative form of colossicus
colossicus {adj} :: colossal, gigantic
colossus {m} :: colossus, giant statue
colostra {f} {np} :: colostrum, beestings
colostrum {n} :: alternative form of colostra
colpus {noun} :: stroke; strike; hit
coluber {m} :: snake, serpent
colubra {f} :: a female snake, serpent
colubra {f} [in general] :: snake, serpent
colubrinus {adj} :: serpent-like; cunning
colum {n} :: colander, strainer
colum {n} [poetic] :: a wicker basket for catching fish
colum {n} :: alternative form of colon
columba {f} :: dove, pigeon (sacred bird of Venus)
columba {f} :: a term of endearment
columbarium {n} :: dovecote
columbarium {n} [architecture] :: a hole for a horizontal member such as a joist or rafter; a gain or mortise
columbarium {n} :: a hole in the side of a waterwheel near its axle, where the water lifted by the wheel exits
columbarium {n} [nautical] :: an opening for oars in the side of a vessel
columbarium {n} [burial] :: an underground chamber for interring cremated remains, with niches for the urns of ashes
Columbia {prop} {f} [New Latin] :: Colombia
columbianus {adj} :: Columbian
columbiensis {adj} :: Columbian
columbinus {adj} :: Of or pertaining to a dove or pigeon; dovish, dove-like
columbinus {adj} :: Having the color of a dove; dove-colored
columbus {m} :: A male dove or cock-pigeon
columella {f} :: diminutive of columna: a small column or pillar
Columella {prop} {m} :: A Roman cognomen — famously held by:
Columella {prop} {m} :: Columella, a Roman writer
columen {n} :: pillar, column
columen {n} :: peak, summit, zenith
columna {f} :: column, pillar
columna {f} :: waterspout
columna {f} [New Latin] :: column as in a book
Columnae Herculis {prop} {fp} :: Pillars of Hercules
colurnus {adj} :: made of hazelnut tree wood
colurus {adj} :: mutilated, maimed, mangled
colus {mf} :: distaff
colus {mf} :: spinning, spun thread
colus {m} :: alternative form of colon
coluthia {np} [plurale tantum] :: A kind of snail of a dark color
Colycantii {prop} {mp} :: A tribe of Assyria mentioned by Pliny
colymbus {m} :: A swimming bath
colyx {f} :: A cavern containing natron
com- {prefix} :: alternative form of con-
coma {f} :: The hair of the head
coma {f} :: foliage
comacum {n} :: a kind of cinnamon found in Syria
Comana {np} :: a town of Pontus, now Gümenek
Comana {np} :: a town of Cappadocia on the river Sarus
comans {v} :: having long hair, covered with hair
comans {v} [of a helmet] :: crested, plumed
comans {v} :: that puts out leaves, leafy
comaron {n} :: The fruit of the strawberry tree
comaron {n} :: A plant, also called fragum
Comatius {prop} {m} :: a Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name"
comatus {v} :: having long hair
comatus {v} :: leafy
Combaristum {prop} {n} :: A town of Gallia Lugdunensis situated between Juliomagus and Condate
combibendus {v} :: which is to be drunk with anyone as a companion
combibendus {v} :: which is to be drunk completely up, which is to be absorbed or imbibed
combibens {v} :: drinking with any one as a companion
combibens {v} :: drinking completely up, absorbing or imbibing
combibiturus {v} :: about to drink with any one as a companion
combibiturus {v} :: about to drink completely up, about to absorb or imbibe
combibitus {v} :: having drunk with anyone as a companion
combibitus {v} :: having been drunk completely up, having been absorbed or imbibed
combibo {vi} :: [rare] I drink with any one as a companion
combibo {vt} [post-Augustan] :: I drink completely up, I absorb or imbibe
combibo {v} [literally] :: of fluids, by drinking
combibo {v} [figuratively] :: of fluids, absorbed other than by drinking
combibo {v} [transferred sense] :: of substances other than fluids
combibo {v} [figuratively] :: I absorb (teachings), I become imbued with (habits), I become convinced of (a belief), etc
combibo {m} :: a companion in drinking, a fellow tippler, a pot-companion, a drinking buddy
combinandus {v} :: which is to be combined
combinans {v} :: combining
combinatio {f} :: A joining, two by two
combinatio nova {f} [taxonomy] :: New combination
combinaturus {v} :: about to combine
combinatus {v} :: combined
combino {v} :: I combine, unite
comb. nov. {abbr} [taxonomy] :: abbreviation of combīnātiō nova
combretum {n} :: a kind of rush (perhaps Luzula sylvatica, syns. Juncus sylvaticus, Juncus maximus)
comburendum {v} :: cremating, burning, consuming by fire
comburendus {v} :: which is to be burnt up, consumed, cremated
comburens {v} :: burning up, consuming, cremating
comburo {v} :: I burn up
comburo {v} :: I consume (with fire)
comburo {v} :: I cremate
comburo {v} :: I scald
combustio {f} :: burning
combusturus {v} :: about to burn up, consume, cremate
combustus {v} :: burnt up, consumed, cremated
comedens {v} :: eating or chewing up
comedens {v} :: consuming, devouring
comedens {v} :: fretting, chafing
comedens {v} :: wasting, squandering
comedo {v} :: I eat or chew up
comedo {v} :: I consume or devour
comedo {v} :: I fret or chafe
comedo {v} :: I waste or squander
comedo {m} :: A glutton, gormandizer
comes {mf} :: a companion, comrade, partner
comes {mf} :: an attendant, a servant
comes {mf} :: (late classical, medieval) a count, an earl
comesatio {f} :: carousing, merrymaking, feasting, revelry
comesator {m} :: reveller, carouser
comes principalis {m} [Medieval Latin] :: landgrave
comessabundus {adj} :: alternative form of cōmissābundus
comestor {m} :: glutton
comestor {m} :: consumer
comestus {v} :: alternative form of comesus
comesurus {v} :: about to eat or consume
comesus {v} :: eaten or chewed up
comesus {v} :: consumed, devoured
cometa {m} :: alternative form of cometes
cometes {m} :: A comet, meteor, shooting star
cometes {m} :: A portent of disaster
Comicius {prop} {m} :: a Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name"
comicus {adj} :: comic; comedy (attributive)
comicus {m} :: comic (actor or poet), comedian
Cominium {prop} {n} :: A city of Samnium, whose location is still unknown
Cominius {prop} {m} :: a Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name" famously held by:
Cominius {prop} {m} :: Postumus Cominius Auruncus, a Roman consul
cominus {adv} :: alternative form of comminus
comior {adj} :: more courteous etc
comior {adj} :: more elegant etc
comis {adj} :: courteous, kind, obliging, affable, gracious
comis {adj} :: elegant, cultured
comissabundus {adj} :: holding a riotous procession, reveling, banqueting, carousing
comissabundus {adj} :: decorated, crowned, for a procession
comissatio {f} :: carousing, merrymaking, feasting, revelry
comissor {v} :: I carouse, revel, make merry
comissor {v} :: I hold a festive procession
comitabilis {adj} :: attending, accompanying
comitandus {v} :: which is to be accompanied
comitans {v} :: accompanying
comitas {f} :: politeness, courtesy
comitas {f} :: kindness, generosity
comitas {f} :: elegance
comitaturus {v} :: about to accompany
comitatus {v} :: accompanied; guarded; served
comitatus {m} :: company or troop of soldiers
comitatus {m} :: an escort or attending multitude, especially an imperial escort or retinue
comitatus {m} :: combination, association
comitatus {m} :: county
comiter {adv} :: courteously, readily
comitia {np} :: a comitia; a Roman assembly for elections
comitialis {adj} [historical] :: comitial
comitialis {adj} :: electoral
comitio {v} :: I go to the comitium
comitio {v} :: I offer the sacrifice after which the comitia were held
comitium {n} :: A place in the forum where comitia (election assemblies) were held
comito {v} :: I accompany, attend, follow
comitor {v} :: I join someone as an attendant; accompany, attend, follow; guard, escort; serve
comitor {v} :: I attend someone to the grave, attend a funeral
comma {n} :: a comma (a division, member, or section of a period smaller than a colon)
comma {n} :: a comma (a mark of punctuation)
comma {n} [in verse] :: a caesura
commaculo {v} :: I stain, spot
commaculo {v} :: I pollute, defile, soil
commadeo {v} :: I become very soft
Commagene {prop} {f} [geography] :: Commagene
commando {v} :: I chew
commanduco {v} :: I chew to pieces
commaneo {v} [Late Latin] :: I remain somewhere constantly
commarceo {v} [Late Latin] :: I wither, droop; become completely faint or inactive
commeandus {v} :: which is to be frequented
commeans {v} :: frequenting
commeaturus {v} :: about to frequent
commeatus {m} :: supplies, provisions
commeatus {m} :: goods
commeatus {m} :: convoy, caravan
commeatus {m} :: furlough, leave of absence
commemini {v} :: I recollect a thing in all its particulars, I recollect clearly
commemini {v} :: I remember well
commemini {v} [late] :: I recall to mind, mention
commemorandus {v} :: which is to be recalled or remembered
commemorandus {v} :: which is to be mentioned or recorded
commemorans {v} :: recalling; remembering
commemoratio {f} :: remembrance, commemoration
commemoraturus {v} :: about to recall
commemoratus {v} :: recalled; remembered
commemoro {v} :: I recall
commemoro {v} :: I remember
commemoro {v} :: I mention or relate
commemoro {v} :: I place on record
commendabilis {adj} :: praiseworthy
commendabilis {adj} :: commendable
commendandus {v} :: which is to be commended
commendans {v} :: commending
commendans {v} :: recommending
commendaticius {adj} :: commendatory
commendatio {f} :: committal
commendatio {f} :: praise, commendation
commendatio {f} :: approval, esteem
commendatior {adj} :: more commended or recommended
commendaturus {v} :: about to commend
commendatus {v} :: commended
commendatus {v} :: recommended
commendo {v} :: I commend, entrust to, commit
commendo {v} :: I recommend
commensurabilis {adj} :: measurable
commensurabilis {adj} :: commensurable
commentans {v} :: considering, deliberating
commentans {v} :: studying, preparing (for)
commentariolum {n} :: brief commentary, short treatise
commentariolum {n} :: notebook
commentarius {m} :: memorandum, notebook
commentarius {m} [legal] :: a brief
commentatio {f} :: meditation, studying
commentatio {f} :: treatise, dissertation
commentaturus {v} :: about to deliberate
commentatus {v} :: deliberated
commenticius {adj} :: invented, devised, fabricated
commenticius {adj} :: imaginary
commenticius {adj} :: fictitious
commentor {v} :: I consider thoroughly, think over, deliberate, discuss, write upon
commentor {v} :: I study or prepare for
commentum {n} :: invention
commentum {n} :: design, scheme
commentum {n} :: fabrication, fiction
commenturus {v} :: about to devise, contrive, invent
commentus {v} :: devised, contrived, invented
commeo {v} :: I visit or travel to; I frequent
commeo {v} :: I resort to
commeo {v} :: I go to and fro
commercialis {adj} :: Of or pertaining to trade or commerce, commercial
commercium {n} :: Trade, traffic, commerce, exchange
commercium {n} [by extension] :: Intercourse, communication, correspondence, fellowship
commercium {n} [metonymy] :: The right to trade as a merchant, mercantile right
commercium {n} [metonymy] :: An article of trade; merchandise, wares
commercium {n} [metonymy] :: A place of trade; marketplace
commerendus {v} :: which is to be deserved
commerens {v} :: deserving
commereo {v} :: I merit or deserve (fully)
commereo {v} [with culpam] :: I err in, commit an offence or crime, perpetrate; I am guilty of
commereor {v} :: alternative form of commereo
commeriturus {v} :: about to deserve
commeritus {v} :: deserved
commetacula {np} [plurale tantum] :: rods carried by the flamens during a sacrifice
commetior {v} :: I measure
commetior {v} :: I measure or compare with or by; proportion
commictus {v} :: polluted, defiled
commictus {adj} :: filthy, foul
commigrandus {v} :: which is to be migrated
commigrans {v} :: migrating, departing to another place with personal effects
commigraturus {v} :: about to migrate, move with the personal effects
commigratus {v} :: migrated, moved to a place with personal effects
commigro {v} :: I migrate, move to a place with all my effects
commilito {m} :: comrade (fellow soldier)
comminabundus {adj} [with dative] :: threatening
comminans {v} :: threatening, menacing
comminatio {f} :: threat, menace
comminatus {v} :: threatened, menaced
commincturus {v} :: about to pollute
comminctus {v} :: polluted
commingendus {v} :: which is to be polluted
commingens {v} :: polluting
commingo {v} :: I pollute, defile
comminiscens {v} :: devising, contriving, inventing
comminiscor {v} :: I devise, contrive, invent
comminor {v} :: I threaten someone with something, menace
comminuens {v} :: pulverizing, comminuting
comminuens {v} :: lessening
comminuo {v} :: I break or crumble into small pieces; I pulverize or comminute
comminuo {v} :: I lessen
comminus {adv} :: in close combat, in close contest, hand-to-hand
comminus {adv} :: close up or at hand, near to; immediately
comminutio {f} :: breaking into pieces, crumbling, shattering
comminutio {f} :: crushing, pulverizing
comminutus {v} :: crumbled; pulverized
comminutus {v} :: lessened
commiscens {v} :: mixing, mingling, combining
commisceo {v} :: I mix or mingle together, intermingle, combine
commisceo {v} :: I unite, bring together, join, mingle
commisceo {v} :: I produce by mingling
commiscibilis {adj} :: That can be mixed; miscible
commiseror {v} :: I commiserate, pity
commissatio {f} :: A drinking party
commissio {f} :: commission
commissurus {v} :: about to commit
commissus {v} :: committed, having been committed
commistim {adv} :: jointly
commistim {adv} :: mixedly
commistio {f} :: mixture
commistus {v} :: alternative form of commixtus
committendus {v} :: which is to be committed
committens {v} :: committing
committo {v} :: I commit
committo {v} :: I begin
committo {v} :: I carry on
committo {v} :: I commence (a battle)
commixtim {adv} :: alternative form of commistim
commixtio {f} :: mixing, mingling
commixtio {f} :: mixture
commixtus {v} :: mixed, mingled, combined
commobilitas {f} :: mobility
commodandus {v} :: which is to be provided
commodans {v} :: providing
commodaturus {v} :: about to provide
commodatus {v} :: provided
commode {adv} :: conveniently
commode {adv} :: aptly, suitably
commodior {adj} :: more suitable
commodior {adj} :: more convenient
commodior {adj} :: more opportune
commodissimus {adj} :: most or very suitable, convenient or opportune
commoditas {f} :: timeliness
commoditas {f} :: fitness, aptness
commoditas {f} :: convenience
commoditas {f} :: advantage, utility
commodo {v} :: I lend or hire
commodo {v} :: I provide or bestow
commodo {v} :: I adapt or accommodate
commodum {n} :: A convenient opportunity, favorable condition, convenience
commodum {n} :: An advantage, profit; reward, pay, salary; favor, privilege, immunity; a useful thing
commodum {adv} :: At a fit time, just in time, at the very moment, opportunely, seasonably
commodum {adv} :: Just, just then, just now, even now
commodus {adj} :: commodious, suitable, useful
commodus {adj} :: convenient
commodus {adj} :: opportune, timely
commodus {adj} :: pleasant, friendly
Commodus {prop} {m} :: A Roman cognomen — famously held by:
Commodus {prop} {m} :: Commodus, a Roman emperor
commolo {v} :: I pound or grind thoroughly
Commone {prop} {f} :: An island of the Aegean Sea
commonefacio {v} :: I remind (forcibly), warn or admonish
commonendus {v} :: which is to be reminded
commonens {v} :: reminding
commoneo {v} :: I remind, put in mind, impress upon, bring to recollection
commonitio {f} :: an admonition, earnest reminder
commonitus {v} :: reminded
commonstrandus {v} :: which is to be shown fully or distinctly
commonstrans {v} :: showing fully or distinctly
commonstraturus {v} :: about to show fully or distinctly
commonstratus {v} :: shown fully or distinctly
commonstro {v} :: I show, point out fully or distinctly
commorans {v} :: remaining
commorans {v} :: lingering
commorans {v} :: detaining
commoratio {f} :: stay (at a place)
commoratio {f} :: delay
commoratio {f} :: residence
commoratus {v} :: stopped, remained
commoratus {v} :: lingered, delayed
commoratus {v} :: detained
commordeo {v} :: I bite sharply or eagerly, snap at
commordeo {v} [figuratively] :: I speak abruptly or sharply at, snap at
commoriens {v} :: dying with another
commorior {v} :: I die with another
commoror {v} :: I stop, stay or remain
commoror {v} :: I linger or delay
commoror {v} :: I detain or am detained
commortuus {v} :: died with another
commotio {f} :: motion, movement
commotio {f} :: agitation, commotion
commoturus {v} :: about to shake
commotus {v} :: woken
commotus {v} :: provoked, agitated
commotus {v} :: disturbed
commovendus {v} :: which is to be shaken
commovens {v} :: shaking, stirring, shifting, agitating
commovens {v} :: displacing
commoveo {v} :: I move something in violent motion, move; shake, stir, shift, agitate
commoveo {v} :: I remove something from somewhere, carry away, displace
commoveo {v} [by extension] :: I start, set in motion, stimulate, begin, move
commoveo {v} [figuratively] :: I drive back, dislodge, refute, confute
commoveo {v} [figuratively] :: I throw into disorder, unbalance, unsettle, disturb
commoveo {v} [figuratively] :: I excite, rouse, stir up, affect, influence, produce, generate
commulceo {v} :: I stroke, caress or coax greatly
commulceo {v} [figuratively] :: I soothe, please, cajole
commumuratus {v} :: murmured
communalis {adj} :: communal; belonging to the community
communicandus {v} :: which is to be communicated or shared with
communicans {v} :: communicating, imparting, sharing
communicans {v} :: participating
communicarius {adj} :: Describing the days sacred to all the gods
communicatio {f} :: sharing, imparting
communicatio {f} :: partaking
communicatio {f} :: fellowship
communicatio {f} :: communication
communicativus {adj} :: communicative
communicaturus {v} :: about to communicate
communicatus {v} :: communicated
communico {v} [in giving] :: I impart, share
communico {v} [in receiving] :: I share, partake, participate in
communico {v} :: I join, unite, add, link, connect (to an equal part)
communico {v} :: I make common, bring into common use
communico {v} [figuratively] :: I contaminate, defile, communicate
communiendus {v} :: which is to be strengthened
communiens {v} :: strengthening
communio {v} :: To barricade
communio {v} :: To strengthen
communio {f} :: communion (all senses)
communio {f} :: association, fellowship, community
communior {adj} :: commoner, more ordinary etc
communis {adj} :: common, ordinary, commonplace, universal
communis {adj} :: of or for the community, public
communis {adj} :: democratic; representing the common sentiment
communis {adj} [of manners] :: familiar, accessible, courteous
communis {adj} [grammar] :: having both qualities of a subdivided category, such as a verb with both an active and a passive meaning, or a syllable being either long or short
communismus {m} [New Latin] :: communism
communissime {adv} :: superlative of commūniter
communisticus {adj} :: communist
communitarius {adj} :: communal
communitarius {adj} :: community (attributive)
communitas {f} :: a community
communitas {f} :: public spirit, a sense of duty and willingness to serve one's community
communiter {adv} :: jointly, together, in common
communiturus {v} :: about to strengthen
communitus {v} :: strengthened
communius {adv} :: comparative of commūniter
commurmurandus {v} :: which is to be murmured together
commurmurans {v} :: murmuring together
commurmuraturus {v} :: about to murmur together
commurmuratus {v} :: murmured together
commurmuro {v} :: I murmur with others
commutandus {v} :: which is to be modified
commutans {v} :: modifying, reforming, transforming
commutatio {f} :: change, alteration, reversal
commutatio {f} :: upheaval
commutatio {f} :: exchange
commutatio {f} :: interchange
commutaturus {v} :: about to modify
commutatus {v} :: modified
commuto {v} :: I change or alter entirely; modify, correct, reform, transform
commuto {v} [of fruits] :: I decay, spoil, rot
commuto {v} :: I exchange something with another, change, barter, interchange, replace, substitute, traffic
commuto {v} :: I exchange words, converse, discourse, have a conversation
como {v} :: I bring together, form, frame, construct, arrange
como {v} [usually of hair] :: I take care of, care for; comb, dress; braid
como {v} [in general] :: I adorn, deck, dress, ornament
comoedia {f} :: A comedy (play)
comoedus {adj} :: comic, of comedy
comoedus {adj} :: given to acting
comoedus {adj} [substantive, masculine] :: A comedian, comic actor
comosus {adj} :: hairy (having lots of, or long hair)
comosus {adj} :: leafy (having many leaves)
compaciscor {v} :: I make an agreement or form a compact with
compactissimus {adj} :: most or very firm or compact
compactus {v} :: confined, bound
compactus {v} :: attached
compactus {adj} :: constructed; built
compactus {adj} :: firm
compactus {adj} :: compact
compages {f} :: binding, fastening (act)
compages {f} :: bond, tie
compages {f} :: joint
compages {f} :: structure
compages {f} [figuratively] :: feature
compago {f} :: fastening
compalpo {v} :: I stroke, caress
compar {adj} :: equal
compar {adj} :: similar, comparable
compar {c} :: fellow, partner, equal (person)
compar {c} :: spouse
comparabilis {adj} :: comparable, similar
comparandus {v} :: which is to be compared etc
comparans {v} :: comparing etc
comparatio {f} :: construction
comparatio {f} :: constituent
comparatio {f} :: combination, conjunction
comparatio {f} :: relationship
comparatio {f} :: comparison
comparatio {f} :: preparation
comparatio {f} [grammar] :: comparative
comparativus {adj} :: comparative
comparativus {adj} [grammar] :: comparative (of an adjective)
comparator {m} :: a comparer
comparator {m} [Late Latin] :: a purchaser, buyer
comparaturus {v} :: about to compare
comparatus {v} :: compared
comparatus {v} :: prepared
comparens {v} :: appearing
comparens {v} :: existing
comparentia {f} :: appearance
comparentia {f} :: presence, existence
compareo {v} :: I am evident or apparent; I am visible, appear
compareo {v} :: I am present, exist
comparo {v} :: I compare, match, place together, couple
comparo {v} :: I prepare something with zeal, care, make ready, set in order, furnish, provide
comparo {v} :: I arrange, appoint, ordain, establish
comparo {v} :: I procure, get, purchase, obtain, prepare, make, collect
comparticeps {adj} :: partaking together
comparticeps {adj} :: sharing jointly
compartior {v} :: I share (divide with another)
compassibilis {adj} :: Suffering with one
compassio {f} :: fellow suffering; sympathy, agreement, compassion
compassus {v} :: suffered
compassus {v} :: pitied
compater {m} [Medieval Latin] :: first cousin
compater {m} [Neo-Latin] :: godfather
compatiens {v} :: pitying
compatior {v} :: I suffer (with one); have compassion, (feel) pity
compeciscor {v} :: alternative form of compaciscor
compectum {n} :: agreement, compact
compedio {v} :: I shackle, fetter
compeditus {v} :: shackled, fettered
compellatio {f} :: reprimand, reproof, rebuke
compellens {v} :: accosting; challenging; rebuking; accusing
compellens {v} :: compelling; urging
compello {v} :: I compel
compello {v} :: I urge
compello {v} :: I drive together
compello {v} :: I address, accost
compello {v} :: I challenge
compello {v} :: I rebuke
compello {v} :: I accuse
compello {v} :: I compel, incite, impel, drive, force
compendiaria {f} :: a short way or method
compendium {n} :: saving; profit or gain, especially made by saving
compendium {n} :: shortening, abbreviating; abridgement
compendo {vt} :: I weigh, balance together
compensatio {f} :: weighing (of factors), balancing, equalizing
compensativus {adj} :: compensatory
compenso {v} :: I balance, poise, weigh, offset (one thing against another)
compenso {v} :: I compensate
comperendinandus {v} :: which is to be adjourned
comperendinans {v} :: adjourning
comperendinaturus {v} :: about to adjourn
comperendinatus {v} :: adjourned
comperendino {v} :: I adjourn a trial (for at least two days)
comperio {v} :: I learn, discover, ascertain or find out
comperio {v} :: I verify
comperio {v} :: I find guilty
compertum {v} :: learnt, discovered
compertum {v} :: verified
compertum {v} :: found guilty
compertus {v} :: learnt, discovered, ascertained
compertus {v} :: verified
compertus {v} :: found guilty
compes {f} :: shackles (for the feet), fetters
compescens {v} :: restraining, checking etc
compesco {v} :: I restrain or check
compesco {v} :: I quench
compesco {v} :: I curb
compesco {v} :: I confine
compesco {v} :: I block
competendus {v} :: which is to be met, coincided, agreed
competens {v} :: meeting, coinciding, agreeing
competenter {adv} :: suitably, appositely
competenter {adv} :: properly, becomingly
competentia {f} :: agreement, symmetry, correspondence
competentia {f} [of the stars] :: conjunction
competentia {f} [Medieval Latin] :: competence, expertise
competentissime {adv} :: superlative of competenter
competentius {adv} :: comparative of competenter
competitio {f} :: rivalry
competitio {f} :: competition
competitor {m} :: A rival, competitor, adversary, opponent; plaintiff
competitrix {f} :: competitor (female)
competiturus {v} :: about to meet, coincide, agree
competitus {v} :: met, coincided, agreed
competo {v} :: come together, meet
competo {v} :: agree, coincide in point of time
competo {v} :: be equal to, be capable of
competum {n} :: alternative form of compitum
compilatio {f} :: The act of carrying off or snatching together; pillaging, plundering
compilatio {f} :: A compilation, collection (of documents)
compilator {m} :: A compiler, one which heaps (up) or compiles
compilator {m} :: A plunderer, pillager
compilo {v} :: I snatch together and carry off; plunder, pillage, rob, steal
compingo {v} :: I attach
compingo {v} :: I bind or join together
compingo {v} :: I construct
compingo {v} :: I confine
compingo {v} :: I conceal
compitales {f} :: priest of the Lares compitales
compitalicius {adj} :: crossroads (attributive)
compitalis {adj} :: crossroads (attributive)
compitalium {n} :: A festival in honour of the Lares celebrated at crossroads
compitum {n} [chiefly in the plural] :: crossroads
compitus {noun} :: crossroads, junction
complacens {v} :: pleasing
complaceo {v} :: I please or take the fancy of
complanatus {v} :: levelled
complanatus {v} :: razed
complano {v} :: I level (make level)
complano {v} :: I raze
complantatus {v} :: planted together
complanto {v} :: I plant together
complectendus {v} :: which is to be surrounded
complectens {v} :: embracing, hugging
complectens {v} :: encircling
complectens {v} :: including
complectens {v} :: seizing
complecto {v} :: alternative form of complector
complector {v} :: I embrace or hug
complector {v} :: I encircle
complector {v} :: I include or involve
complector {v} :: I seize or grasp
complementarius {adj} :: complementary
complementum {n} :: complement (that which fills up or completes)
complendus {v} :: which is to be completed
complens {v} :: completing
complens {v} :: covering, overwhelming
compleo {v} :: I fill up, fill full, fill out; make up, complete
compleo {v} :: I cover, overwhelm
compleo {v} [with food or drink] :: I fill, sate; satisfy
compleo {v} :: I finish, complete
compleo {v} [of a promise] :: I fulfil
completio {f} :: filling (up)
completio {f} :: fulfillment
completivus {adj} :: completive
completurus {v} :: about to complete
completus {v} :: completed
completus {v} :: covered, overwhelmed
completus {v} :: satiated
completus {adj} :: complete
completus {adj} :: full
completus {adj} :: perfect
complexandus {v} :: which is to be encompassed
complexans {v} :: encompassing
complexans {v} :: embracing
complexaturus {v} :: about to encompass
complexatus {v} :: encompassed
complexio {f} :: combination, connection, association
complexio {f} :: dilemma
complexo {v} :: I encompass
complexo {v} :: I embrace
complexurus {v} :: about to surround
complexus {v} :: embraced
complexus {v} :: surrounded
complexus {m} :: An embrace
complicandus {v} :: which is to be folded up, complicated
complicans {v} :: folding up, complicating
complicatio {f} :: folding up
complicatio {f} :: multiplication, complication
complicaturus {v} :: about to fold up, complicate
complicatus {v} :: folded up, complicated
complico {v} :: I fold or roll up or together
complico {v} :: I complicate
complodendus {v} :: which is to be applauded
complodens {v} :: applauding
complodo {v} :: I clap, applaud
complorandus {v} :: which is to be bemoaned
complorans {v} :: bemoaning
comploraturus {v} :: about to bemoan
comploratus {v} :: bemoaned
comploro {v} :: I bewail, bemoan
complosurus {v} :: about to applaud
complosus {v} :: clapped, applauded
compluit {v} [impersonal] :: it rains upon (flows together in raining)
compluor {v} [Late Latin] :: I am rained upon
complures {adj} :: many, several
complures {adj} [substantive] :: many, several persons, things, etc
compluriens {adv} :: several times
complus {n} :: alternative form of complures
complutus {v} :: rained upon
compluvium {n} :: a rectangular open space in the middle of a Roman house, which collected rain water falling on the surrounding roof and conducted it to a basin (impluvium) placed below
componendus {v} :: which is to be arranged, composed, organized, built etc
componens {v} :: arranging, compiling, composing
componens {v} :: constructing, building
componens {v} :: organizing, ordering
componens {v} :: settling
compono {v} :: I arrange, compile, compose, make up
compono {v} :: I construct, build
compono {v} :: I organize, order
compono {v} :: I settle
comportandus {v} :: which is to be carried or transported
comportandus {v} :: which is to be collected or amassed
comportans {v} :: carrying
comportaturus {v} :: about to carry
comportatus {v} :: conveyed
comportatus {v} :: collected
comporto {v} :: I carry, transport or convey
comporto {v} :: I amass or collect
compos {adj} :: having the mastery, control, or power over something (takes the genitive), as in non compos mentis, not mentally competent, sometimes shortened to non compos
compos {adj} :: sharing (especially in the guilt of something)
compositio {f} :: arrangement, combination
compositio {f} :: union
compositio {f} :: agreement, pact
compositio {f} :: mixture (medicine)
compositio {f} :: composition (music, prose)
compositior {adj} :: more ordered, composed etc
compositum {n} :: that which is agreed; an agreement, compact, etc
compositum {n} :: compound word, compound
compositum jus fasque animi {phrase} :: Law and equity combined
compositum jus fasque animi {phrase} :: Justice, uprightness and nobility of the soul
compositurus {v} :: about to compose
compositus {adj} :: ordered, arranged, regular, matching
compositus {adj} :: composed, compound
compositus {adj} :: calm, sedate
compotor {m} :: drinking-companion
compransor {m} :: eating companion
comprehendendus {v} :: which is to be grasped
comprehendens {v} :: grasping, gripping
comprehendens {v} :: arresting, catching
comprehendens {v} :: comprehending
comprehendo {v} :: I lay hold of something on all sides; take or catch hold of, grasp, grip
comprehendo {v} :: I seize upon in a hostile manner, lay hold of; occupy, capture [of a place]; arrest, detain, apprehend, catch
comprehendo {v} [to a crime or deed] :: I discover, detect, come upon, reveal
comprehendo {v} :: I intercept a letter
comprehendo {v} [of plants] :: I take root, take hold
comprehendo {v} [of a woman] :: I become pregnant, conceive
comprehendo {v} [of space] :: I contain, comprise, enclose, include, comprehend
comprehendo {v} [with ignem] :: I catch (fire)
comprehendo {v} [Late Latin, of medicines] :: I combine, unite
comprehendo {v} [figuratively] :: I comprehend by sense of sight, perceive, observe, see
comprehendo {v} [figuratively] :: I comprehend something by the mind, understand, perceive, grasp, comprehend
comprehendo {v} [figuratively] :: I include or comprehend in words, comprise in discourse, express, describe, recount, narrate
comprehendo {v} [figuratively] :: I number, enumerate, reckon
comprehendo {v} [figuratively] :: I comprehend someone in affection, embrace with kindness, bind or put under obligation
comprehendo {v} [figuratively, Late Latin] :: I shut in, include
comprehensandus {v} :: which is to be embraced
comprehensans {v} :: embracing
comprehensaturus {v} :: about to embrace
comprehensatus {v} :: embraced
comprehensibilis {adj} :: That can be seized or laid hold of
comprehensibilis {adj} [of the senses] :: perceptible, evident
comprehensibilis {adj} [to the mind] :: perceptible, conceivable, intelligible, graspable
comprehensio {f} :: a seizing, taking hold of, catching; arrest, apprehension
comprehensio {f} :: a comprehension, perception, idea, understanding
comprehensio {f} :: an expression, style
comprehensio {f} :: a region, area, zone
comprehensivus {adj} :: comprehensible, perceivable, conceivable, graspable
comprehenso {vt} :: I embrace
comprehensurus {v} :: about to grasp
comprehensus {v} :: taken, caught, grasped
comprehensus {v} :: arrested, detained
comprehensus {v} :: comprehended
comprendendus {v} :: alternative form of comprehendendus
comprendens {v} :: alternative form of comprehendens
comprendo {v} :: alternative form of comprehendo
comprensurus {v} :: alternative form of comprehensurus
comprensus {v} :: alternative form of comprehensus
compressio {f} :: squeezing, compression
compressio {f} :: embrace
compressurus {v} :: about to compress, restrain, repress
compressus {v} :: compressed, restrained, repressed
comprimendus {v} :: which is to be compressed, restrained, repressed
comprimens {v} :: compressing
comprimens {v} :: restraining
comprimens {v} :: repressing, curbing
comprimens {v} :: withholding, concealing
comprimo {v} :: I compress (squeeze together)
comprimo {v} :: I restrain, contain
comprimo {v} :: I repress or curb (emotions etc)
comprimo {v} :: I withhold or conceal
comprobandus {v} :: which is to be approved
comprobandus {v} :: which is to be confirmed
comprobans {v} :: approving, accepting, sanctioning, ratifying
comprobans {v} :: proving, justifying, confirming, attesting
comprobator {m} :: approver
comprobaturus {v} :: about to approve
comprobatus {v} :: approved, accepted
comprobatus {v} :: proved, justified
comprobo {v} [Classical and very frequent, especially in prose, subjective] :: I approve wholly of something; I assent to, sanction, or acknowledge
comprobo {v} [objective] :: I prove, establish, attest, make good, show, confirm, or verify something to others as true, good, excellent, virtuous, etc
compromissum {n} :: A mutual promise (to abide by a judgement or arbitration)
compromitto {vt} :: to compromise
Compsa {prop} {f} :: an inland city in Hirpinia, situated near the sources of the river Aufidus, now the town of Conza
Compsatus {prop} {m} :: A river of Thrace that flows through lake Bistonis
comptus {v} :: brought together, formed, framed,