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D. {prop} {m} :: praenominal abbreviation of Decimus
D. {adj} [in titular formulae] :: abbreviation of dīvus
dabaoshanensis {adj} :: Dabaoshan (Guangdong, China - attributive)
dabla {f} :: An Arabian date palm
Dabrona {prop} {f} :: A river of Ireland mentioned by Ptolemy, maybe the Blackwater
Dacia {prop} {f} [historical geography] :: Dacia, the ancient kingdom located in the area now known as Romania
Dacia {prop} {f} [obsolete] :: The region formerly held by Dacia: Wallachia or Romania
Dacia {prop} :: Denmark
Dacia {prop} :: A former ecclesiastical province covering the Nordic region
dacicus {adj} :: Dacian
dacoromanicus {adj} :: Romanian
dacra {noun} [Medieval] :: The dicker, a various English units of 10 items
dactylicus {adj} :: dactylic
dactylifer {adj} [New Latin] :: bearing long dates or grapes, or fingerlike objects
dactyliotheca {f} :: A casket used to keep rings in
dactylus {m} :: a sort of muscle
dactylus {m} :: a kind of grape
dactylus {m} :: a sort of grass
dactylus {m} :: a precious stone
dactylus {m} :: the date
dactylus {m} [poetry] :: a dactyl (¯ ˘ ˘), one long followed by two short, or one accented followed by two unaccented; this came to be in an allusion to the three joints of the finger
dactylus {adj} [New Latin] :: finger-like; fingered
daduchus {m} :: torch-bearer (priest of Eleusis)
daedalus {adj} :: skillful, artfully constructed
daemon {m} :: a genius loci, a lar, the protective spirit or godling of a place or household
daemon {m} [astrology] :: the 11th of the 12 signs of the zodiac
daemon {m} [ecclesiastical] :: a demon
Daemones {prop} {m} :: given name, character in the play Rudens of Plautus
daemoniacus {adj} :: demonic, devilish
daemonicola {f} :: heathen (worshipper of devils)
daemonicus {adj} :: demonic, devilish
daemonium {n} :: demon (lesser, especially evil, spirit)
dagnades {f} :: An unknown kind of Egyptian bird
dahliae {adj} :: dahlia (attributive)
Dahuria {prop} {f} [New Latin] :: the country of the Daur people, Dauria
Dahuricus {adj} :: Dahurian (of, from, or pertaining to Dahuria)
dalivus {adj} :: supinus or stultus
Dalmatae {mp} :: the name of an Illyrian tribe inhabiting Dalmatia
Dalmatia {prop} {f} :: Dalmatia (province in the region of modern Croatia)
dalmaticus {adj} :: Dalmatian
damalio {f} :: calf
damascenus {adj} :: Damascene, of or pertaining to Damascus
damasonion {m} :: water plantain
Damastes {prop} {m} :: A Greek historian of Sigeum and contemporary of Herodotus
damium {n} :: A type of secret sacrifice
damiurgus {m} :: alternative form of demiurgus
damma {f} :: A fallow deer
dammula {f} :: a small deer
damnabilis {adj} :: damnable
damnandus {v} :: which is to be condemned, convicted, doomed
damnans {v} :: condemning, convicting, dooming
damnaticius {adj} :: condemned
damnaticius {adj} :: sentenced
damnatio {f} :: condemnation
damnatio {f} :: damnation
damnatior {adj} :: more hateful etc
damnator {m} :: A person who condemns
damnatorius {adj} :: condemnatory
damnaturus {v} :: about to condemn, convict, doom
damnatus {v} :: condemned, convicted, doomed
damnatus {v} :: banished
damnatus {adj} :: condemned
damnatus {adj} :: reprobate
damnatus {adj} :: criminal
damnatus {adj} :: hateful, wretched
damnatus {adj} :: damned
damnificus {adj} :: causing damage, injurious
damno {v} :: I discredit, find fault, disapprove, reject
damno {v} [of a will] :: I bind, oblige
damno {v} :: I sentence someone to a punishment, declare guilty, condemn, doom, convict
damno {v} :: I condemn, censure, judge
damnosus {adj} :: causing damage, injurious, destructive
damnosus {adj} :: prodigal
damnum {n} :: damage or injury
damnum {n} :: (financial) loss
damnum {n} :: a fine
dampnum {n} :: damage or injury
dampnum {n} :: (financial) loss
dampnum {n} :: a fine
Dan. {prop} {m} :: abbreviation of Daniel (Book of Daniel)
Danaba {prop} {f} :: A town of Syria mentioned by Ptolemy
Danai {m} :: the Danaans, the Greeks
Danaus {prop} {m} :: Danaus, a mythical Egyptian king who founded Argos
Danaus {adj} :: belonging to Danaus
Danaus {adj} :: related to the Argives
Danaus {adj} :: Greek, Grecian
dandus {v} :: which is to be given
Dani {mp} [Late Latin] :: the Danes (natives of Denmark)
Dania {prop} {f} [Medieval Latin] :: Denmark
Danicè {adv} :: alternative typography of Dānicē
Danice {adv} :: in Danish (through the medium of the Danish language)
Danicus {adj} [Medieval Latin] :: of the Danes or Denmark, Danish, Danic
Daniel {prop} {m} :: Daniel (Biblical character)
Daniel {prop} {m} :: Book of Daniel
danista {m} :: A moneylender, usurer, creditor
danisticus {adj} :: of or pertaining to the lending of money
dans {v} :: giving
dans {v} :: offering, rendering
dans {v} :: yielding, conceding
Danubius {prop} {m} :: The river Danube
Daorsei {prop} {mp} :: An Illyrian tribe settled on the valley of the Neretva river, in the Balkans
Daouria {prop} {f} :: alternative spelling of Dahūria
Daouricus {adj} :: alternative spelling of Dahūricus
daphnia {f} :: An unknown kind of precious stone
daphnon {m} :: a grove of laurels
Daphnus {prop} {f} :: A city of Phocis situated on the gulf of Euboea
dapifex {m} :: a servant who prepares food
dapino {v} :: I serve up
daps {f} :: A sacrificial or solemn feast, religious banquet
daps {f} :: A meal, banquet, feast
dapsilis {adj} :: Sumptuous, bountiful, plentiful, abundant
Daradus {prop} {m} :: A river of Africa famous for its crocodiles, now the Senegal
Darae {mp} :: A tribe of Mauritania dwelling near the territory of the Pharusii
dardanarius {m} :: A forestaller
Dardani {prop} {mp} :: A Thraco-Illyrian tribe who inhabited a region in the Balkans
dardus {m} [Medieval Latin] :: spear
darienensis {adj} :: Darién (attributive)
Dariorigum {prop} {n} :: The chief town of the Veneti in Gallia Lugdunensis, now Vannes
Darius {prop} {m} :: Darius
darmstadtium {n} :: darmstadtium
Darnis {f} :: A city of Cyrenaica, now Derna
Dascusa {prop} {f} :: A fortress of lesser Armenia on the Euphrates
dasea {f} :: spiritus asper
Daseae {prop} {fp} :: A town of Arcadia whose inhabitants were transeferred to Megalopolis
Dasibari {prop} {n} :: A river of Lybia mentioned by Pliny
Dassaretii {prop} {mp} :: A Dalmatian tribe mentioned by Pliny
Dasumius {prop} {m} :: a Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name" famously held by:
Dasumius {prop} {m} :: Publius Dasumius Rusticus, a Roman senator
dasyphyllus {adj} [New Latin] :: used as a specific epithet in taxonomic names; Having dense, shaggy leaves; dasyphyllous
dasypus {m} :: a kind of rabbit
Datames {prop} {m} :: A general and satrap of Cappadocia
datarius {adj} :: That is to be given away
datatim {adv} :: giving to each other
datio {f} :: the act of giving, allotting or distributing; transfer
datio {f} :: a gift
datio {f} :: the right to give away property; right of alienation
dativus {adj} :: dative
dativus ethicus {m} [grammar] :: the ethical dative
dator {m} :: Someone who gives; a giver, donor or patron
datum {n} :: gift, present
daturus {v} :: about to give, offer etc
datus {v} :: given
datus {v} :: offered
datus {v} :: yielded
datus {m} [Late Latin] :: gift
daucum {n} :: several plants of the parsnip or carrot kind, often used in medicine
Daulis {f} :: A city of Phocis, celebrated as the scene of the fable of Tereus, Progne and Philomela
Daunii {prop} {mp} :: A tribe of southern Italy, inhabiting the part of Apulia included between the rivers Aufidus and Frento
Dauria {prop} {f} :: alternative spelling of Dahūria
Dauricus {adj} :: alternative spelling of Dahūricus
Dauuria {prop} {f} :: alternative spelling of Dahūria
Dauuricus {adj} :: alternative spelling of Dahūricus
David {prop} :: David
Davuria {prop} {f} :: alternative spelling of Dahūria
Davuricus {adj} :: alternative spelling of Dahūricus
de {noun} :: The name of the letter D
de {prep} :: of, concerning, about
de {prep} :: from, away from, down from, out of; in general to indicate the person or place from which any thing is taken, etc., with verbs of taking away, depriving, demanding, requesting, inquiring, buying; as capere, sumere, emere, quaerere, discere, trahere, etc., and their compounds
de {prep} :: with petere, of a place
de {prep} [Late Latin] :: of persons
de {prep} :: from, away from, to indicate the place from which someone or something departs or withdraws
de- {prefix} :: de-
dea {f} :: goddess
dealbandus {v} :: which is to be whitewashed
dealbans {v} :: whitewashing
dealbaturus {v} :: about to whitewash
dealbatus {v} :: whitewashed
dealbatus {v} :: plastered
dealbatus {v} :: cleansed, purified
dealbo {v} :: I whitewash
dealbo {v} :: I plaster or parget
dealbo {v} :: I purify or cleanse
deambulacrum {n} :: promenade, walk (or place to walk in)
deambulans {v} :: walking, promenading
deambulatio {f} :: walk; walking, promenading
deambulo {v} :: I go for a walk; I promenade
deargentatus {v} :: silver-plated
deargento {v} :: I deprive of money
deargento {v} :: I plate with silver
deauratus {v} :: gilded
deauro {vt} :: I gild; cover with gold
debacchatio {f} :: passionate raving, frenzy, fury, delirium
debaccho {v} [post-Classical] :: alternative form of dēbacchor
debacchor {vi} [rare] :: I rave like the Bacchantes, I rage without control, I revel wildly
debacchor {v} [poetic, of inanimate things] :: it rages
debellandus {v} :: That is to be subdued
debellator {m} :: A conqueror, subduer
debello {v} :: I conquer, subdue
debendus {v} :: which is to be owed
debendus {v} :: which ought to be done
debens {v} :: owing; being obliged
debeo {v} :: to have or keep from some one
debeo {v} :: to owe something, to be under obligation to and for something
debeo {v} :: to be bound, in duty bound to do something; "I ought", "I must", "I should"
debilior {adj} :: weaker, more frail or feeble
debilior {adj} :: more lame or disabled
debilis {adj} :: weak, frail, feeble
debilis {adj} :: lame, disabled, crippled, infirm
debilitas {f} :: weakness
debilitas {f} :: lameness, debility, infirmity
debilitatio {f} :: mutilation, laming, maiming
debilitatio {f} :: weakness
debilitatus {v} :: crippled, maimed
debilitatus {v} :: debilitated, weakened
debilito {v} :: I cripple or maim
debilito {v} :: I debilitate, unnerve, disable or weaken
debitio {f} :: indebtedness
debitor {m} :: debtor
debitor {m} :: one under an obligation (to pay)
debitum {n} :: A debt; something that is owed to another person or entity
debitum {n} :: An obligation
debitum {n} :: A rent, rental payment
debiturus {v} :: about to owe
debitus {v} :: owed
deblateratus {v} :: blabbed, foolishly blabbed
deblatero {v} :: I babble
Debora {prop} {f} :: given name, Deborah
decachordum {n} [musical instruments] :: A musical instrument that had ten strings
decacordum {n} :: alternative form of decachordum
decadicus {adj} :: decadic
decalceo {v} :: alternative form of dēcalciō
decalcio {v} [New Latin] :: I take off or remove shoes
decalvatus {v} :: balded (having become bald)
decalvo {v} :: I make (or become) bald
decantandus {v} :: which is to be chanted, repeated
decantans {v} :: chanting
decantans {v} :: repeating
decantaturus {v} :: about to chant, repeat
decantatus {v} :: chanted, repeated
decanto {v} :: I chant
decanto {v} :: I reel off
decanto {v} :: I repeat (over and over again)
decanus {m} :: chief of ten people (in various contexts)
decanus {m} :: dean
decas {f} :: a decade (period of ten years)
deccanensis {adj} :: Deccan (attributive)
Decebalus {prop} {m} :: A Dacian king subdued by Trajan
decedendus {v} :: which is to be withdrawn
decedens {v} :: withdrawing
decedens {v} :: deserting
decedens {v} :: yielding
decedens {v} :: dying
decedens {v} :: subsiding
decedens {v} :: disappearing
decedo {v} :: I withdraw, retire, depart, leave or go away
decedo {v} :: I desert or abandon
decedo {v} :: I yield, make way, step aside
decedo {v} :: I die
decedo {v} :: I subside
decedo {v} :: I disappear
decem {num} [cardinal] :: ten; 10
december {adj} :: Of December
decemlineatus {adj} :: having ten lines, ten-lined
decempeda {f} :: A ten-foot measuring rod
decempeda {f} [historical units of measure] :: A unit of length equal to 10 Roman feet
decempeda {f} [historical units of measure] :: A unit of area equal to a square with sides of 10 Roman feet
decempedator {m} :: land-surveyor (who used a ten-foot measuring-pole)
decemvir {m} :: decemvir
decemviralis {adj} :: decemvirate (attributive); decemviral
decennium {n} :: decennium; decade
decens {v} :: fitting, appropriate, worthy, decent
decenter {adv} :: seemly, properly
decentia {f} :: decency, comeliness, becomingness
deceptio {f} :: deception, deceit
deceptio {f} :: deceitfulness
deceptor {m} :: deceiver
deceptor {m} :: betrayer
decepturus {v} :: about to catch
deceptus {v} :: caught
deceptus {v} :: deceived, cheated
decernendus {v} :: which is to be decided
decernens {v} :: deciding, settling
decernens {v} :: judging; voting
decerno {vt} [followed by the accusative] :: I decide, decide upon, settle, determine (especially something disputed or doubtful)
decerno {v} [legal] :: I pronounce a decision concerning something; decide, determine, judge, declare, decree; vote for something
decerno {v} [military] :: I decide by combat; fight, combat, contend
decerpendus {v} :: which is to be plucked, culled
decerpens {v} :: plucking off
decerpens {v} :: culling
decerpens {v} :: gathering
decerpo {v} :: I pluck, pull, tear or snip off
decerpo {v} :: I cull
decerpo {v} :: I gather or crop
decerpturus {v} :: about to pluck, cull
decerptus {v} :: plucked, culled
decertandus {v} :: to be fought to the finish
decertandus {v} :: to be disputed
decertans {v} :: disputing
decertatio {f} :: decisive conflict (or a decision that arose out of conflict)
decertaturus {v} :: about to dispute
decertatus {v} :: disputed
decerto {v} :: I fight (to the finish)
decerto {v} :: I contend, dispute or argue
decessio {f} :: departure
decessio {f} :: retirement of a magistrate
decessio {f} :: decrease, diminution, abatement or disappearance
decessor {m} :: a retiring governor or magistrate
decessor {m} :: a predecessor
decessurus {v} :: about to withdraw
decessus {v} :: withdrawn, retired, departed, left
decessus {v} :: relinquished
decessus {v} :: deserted
decessus {m} :: departure
decessus {m} :: retirement
decessus {m} :: passing away, death
decessus {m} :: decline, fall, ebb
decet {v} :: it adorns
decet {v} :: it is decent, suitable, seemly, or proper
Decetia {prop} {f} :: An island on the Liger in Gallia Lugdunensis
decibilior {adj} [Late Latin] :: more decent, proper, or suitable
decibilis {adj} [Late Latin] :: decent, proper, suitable
decidens {v} :: falling down, collapsing
decidens {v} :: dying
decidens {v} :: cutting off; reducing, diminishing
decidens {v} :: beating, thrashing
Decidius {prop} {m} :: a Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name" famously held by:
Decidius {prop} {m} :: Lucius Decidius Saxa, a Roman general
decido {vi} :: I fall down or off; collapse; drop, hang down
decido {vi} :: I die, fall dead
decido {vi} [figuratively] :: I sink, perish
decido {v} :: I cut off or away; clip; reduce, diminish
decido {v} :: I beat severely, cudgel soundly, thrash
decido {v} [figuratively] :: I decide, determine, settle, terminate, put an end to; agree
deciens {adv} :: ten times
deciens {adv} :: an indefinite large number or sum
decies {adv} :: alternative form of deciens
-decim {suffix} :: -teen
decima {f} :: tithe
decima {f} :: tenth part
decima {f} :: tenth hour
Decima {prop} {f} :: praenomen
Decima {prop} {f} [Roman mythology] :: Decima, the goddess that presides over accouchements
decimalis {adj} [Late Latin, Medieval Latin] :: decimal
decimandus {v} :: which is to be decimated
decimans {v} :: decimating
decimatio {f} :: decimation (punishment of taking a tenth)
decimatio {f} :: tithing
decimaturus {v} :: about to decimate
decimatus {v} :: decimated
decimo {v} :: To decimate (select every tenth person for punishment)
decimo {v} :: To pay tithes
decimum {adv} :: For the tenth time
decimus {num} [ordinal] :: tenth; the ordinal number after nonus and before undecimus
Decimus {prop} {m} :: praenomen, originally used for a tenth-born son
decipiendus {v} :: which is to be caught
decipiens {v} :: catching, trapping, deceiving, cheating
decipio {v} :: I catch, ensnare, entrap, deceive, mislead, beguile, elude, cheat
decipula {f} :: snare, trap, gin
decisio {f} :: settlement, agreement, decision
decisio {f} :: curtailment, diminishment
decisorius {adj} :: decisive
decisorius {adj} :: deciding
decisus {v} :: cut off
decisus {v} :: decided
Decius {prop} {m} :: a Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name" famously held by:
Decius {prop} {m} :: Publius Decius Mus, a Roman consul
declamandus {v} :: which is to be declamed
declamans {v} :: declaiming
declamatio {f} :: declamation (oratorical delivery)
declamaturus {v} :: about to declame
declamatus {v} :: declamed
declamito {v} :: I declame
declamo {v} :: I practise speaking, declaim, make speeches
declamo {v} [like an orator] :: I speak with violence, bluster, bawl
declarandus {v} :: which is to be declared
declarans {v} :: declaring
declaratio {f} :: The act of making clear; a disclosure, exposition, declaration
declaraturus {v} :: about to declare
declaratus {v} :: declared
declaro {v} :: I declare or announce
declaro {v} :: I indicate, reveal or testify
declaro {v} :: I show or prove
declinandus {v} :: which is to be deflected
declinans {v} :: bending, deflecting, declining
declinatio {f} :: declination
declinatio {f} :: inclination
declinatio {f} :: avoidance
declinatio {f} :: variation, inflection
declinatio {f} [grammar] :: declension
declinatio {f} [grammar, archaic] :: every change of a word; declension, conjugation, comparation, derivation etc
declinaturus {v} :: about to deflect
declinatus {v} :: deflected, bent aside, turned away
declinatus {v} :: avoided, shunned
declinatus {v} :: deviated, swerved, digressed
declino {v} :: I bend, turn aside/away, deflect
declino {v} [grammar] :: I inflect, decline
declino {v} :: I avoid
declivior {adj} :: more sloping etc
declivis {adj} :: sloping or shelving (downwards)
declivis {adj} :: descending
declivis {adj} :: falling (stars)
declivitas {f} :: a declivity; slope or descent
decoco {v} :: alternative form of decoquo
decoctio {f} :: decoction
decoctio {f} :: bankruptcy
decoctor {m} :: bankrupt (defaulted debtor)
decollatus {v} :: decapitated, beheaded
decollo {v} :: I decapitate or behead
decolor {adj} :: discoloured; drab-coloured
decolorandus {v} :: which is to be discoloured
decolorans {v} :: discolouring
decoloraturus {v} :: about to discolour
decoloratus {v} :: discoloured
decoloro {v} :: I discolour, stain or deface
decoloro {v} :: I disgrace
decoloro {v} :: I corrupt
decompositus {adj} :: decomposed (originally 'formed from a compound word')
decoquo {v} :: I boil away or down; I boil (cook)
decoquo {v} :: I diminish, repress, consume, waste
decoquo {v} :: I concoct, fabricate, invent
decor {m} :: elegance, grace
decor {m} :: beauty, charm
decorandus {v} :: which is to be decorated
decorans {v} :: decorating
decoratio {f} :: decoration
decoratio {f} :: adornment
decoraturus {v} :: about to decorate
decoratus {v} :: decorate, adorned, embellished, graced, beautified
decoratus {v} :: honoured
decore {adv} :: properly, suitably
decore {adv} :: beautifully, elegantly
decorissime {adv} :: superlative of decōre
decorius {adv} :: comparative of decōre
decoro {v} :: I decorate, adorn, embellish, grace, beautify
decoro {v} :: I honour
decortico {v} :: I remove the bark or peel; I decorticate
decorum {n} :: seemliness, propriety
decorus {adj} :: becoming, fitting, proper, suitable
decorus {adj} :: decorated, adorned; elegant, fine, beautiful
decrementum {n} :: diminution, decrease
decrepitus {adj} :: Of old men or old animals, very old
decrescens {v} :: decreasing
decrescentia {f} :: a decreasing, waning
decresco {v} :: I grow less or shorter, decrease, wane, dwindle
decresco {v} :: I vanish, fade, disappear, pass away by diminution
decretalis {adj} :: Of, pertaining to or depending upon (for validity) a decree or decision; decretal
decretio {f} :: A decision, decree
decretorius {adj} [Late Latin] :: Of or pertaining to a decision; decisive
decretum {n} :: A decision, decree, ordinance, order
decretum {n} :: A principle, opinion
decreturus {v} :: about to decrease
decretus {v} :: decided
decubiturus {v} :: about to lie down
Decula {prop} {m} :: A Roman cognomen — famously held by:
Decula {prop} {m} :: Marcus Tullius Decula, a Roman consul
decuma {f} :: tenth
decumanus {adj} :: tenth (attributive: "of the tenth")
decumanus {adj} :: concerned with or relating to tithes or the collection of tithes
decumanus {adj} :: concerned with or relating to the tenth cohort or legion
decumanus {m} :: a tithe farmer or collector
decumbens {v} :: lying down
decumbens {v} :: prostrate
decumbo {v} :: I lie down or recline
decumbo {v} :: I fall (in a fight)
decumo {v} :: alternative form of decimō
decuplus {adj} :: tenfold
decuria {f} :: a group of ten men (or soldiers)
decuria {f} :: a jury
decuria {f} :: an administrative body comprising ten families
decuria {f} :: a tithing
decuria {f} :: (plural) jurors
decuriandus {v} :: which is to be divided into decuriae
decurians {v} :: dividing into decuriae
decuriatio {f} :: division into decuriae
decuriaturus {v} :: about to divide into decuriae
decuriatus {v} :: divided into decuriae
decurio {v} :: I divide into decuriae
decurio {m} :: decurion
decurio {m} :: foreman
decurrens {v} :: running, flowing down
decurrens {v} :: hastening
decurro {v} :: I run, flow, move, sail or swim down
decurro {v} :: I charge or skirmish
decurro {v} :: I hasten, rush down
decurro {v} :: I exercise or drill (troops)
decursio {f} :: running or flowing down
decursio {f} :: raid, inroad
decursus {v} :: charged, skirmished
decursus {v} :: hastened
decus {n} :: honor, distinction, glory
decus {n} :: pride, dignity
decus {n} :: grace, splendor, ornament, beauty
decus {n} [in plural] :: deeds of honor, honorable achievements
decussandus {v} :: which is to be decussated
decussans {v} :: decussating
decussatim {adv} :: X-shaped (in the shape of a Roman ten)
decussatim {adv} :: crosswise
decussaturus {v} :: about to decussate
decussatus {v} :: decussated
decussis {f} :: ten (number)
decussis {f} :: a coin worth ten asses
decusso {v} :: I divide crosswise; I decussate
dedecet {v} [with accusative] :: is it unseemly or unsuitable; it is unbecoming
dedecoro {v} :: I disgrace, dishonor
dedecus {n} :: Disgrace, dishonor, infamy, shame, discredit
dedecus {n} :: That which causes shame; a disgrace, blot, blemish
dedecus {n} :: A shameful act; vice, turpitude
dedecus {n} :: indecency
dedendus {v} :: which is to be consigned
dedens {v} :: consigning
dedicandus {v} :: which is to be dedicated
dedicans {v} :: dedicating
dedicatio {f} :: dedication, consecration
dedicaturus {v} :: about to dedicate
dedicatus {v} :: dedicated
dedico {v} :: I dedicate
dedico {v} :: I proclaim
dedico {v} :: I commit to
de die ad diem {phrase} :: from day to day
de die in diem {phrase} :: from day to day
dedisco {v} :: I unlearn, forget
dediticius {adj} :: surrendered
dediticius {adj} :: capitulated
dediticius {m} :: prisoner of war
dediticius {m} :: captive (who has surrendered)
deditio {f} :: surrender, capitulation
dedititius {adj} :: surrendered
dedititius {adj} :: (substantive) prisoner of war
dediturus {v} :: about to surrender
dediturus {v} :: about to dedicate
deditus {v} :: surrendered, consigned
deditus {v} :: devoted, dedicated
dedo {vt} :: I hand over, surrender, give up, consign
dedo {v} :: I devote, dedicate
dedoceo {vt} :: I cause someone to unlearn something; unteach; teach the opposite of
dedoleo {v} :: I give over or stop grieving, grieve no more
dedolo {v} :: I hew away or smooth
deducendus {v} :: which is to be escorted or led away etc
deducens {v} :: leading away etc
deduco {v} :: I lead or bring out or away, divert; escort, accompany, conduct (out of one's house as a mark of respect or for protection)
deduco {v} :: I lead, fetch, bring or draw down; weigh down, outweigh
deduco {v} :: I deduct, subtract, diminish, reduce
deduco {v} :: I stretch out, extend, draw out
deduco {v} :: I lead forth or conduct a colony to a certain place; found [a colony]
deduco {v} [legal] :: I bring to trial; bring before a tribunal as a witness
deduco {v} [legal] :: I withhold
deduco {v} [military] :: I withdraw, remove, draw off, lead off [troops from one place to another]; conduct or bring to a place
deduco {v} [nautical] :: I draw out a ship [from a port], launch
deduco {v} [rare, nautical] :: I draw a ship into port
deduco {v} [in weaving] :: I spin or draw out [the thread]; weave
deduco {v} [figuratively] :: I mislead, seduce, entice, win over, induce
deduco {v} [figuratively, of a literary composition] :: I spin out, elaborate, prepare, describe, compose
deduco {v} [figuratively, of the origin of words] :: I derive, discover, deduce
deduco {v} [figuratively, of physical evils] :: I cure, cleanse, remove
deduco {v} [figuratively, borrowed from the idea of spinning] :: I make finer, thinner or weaker, attenuate
deductio {f} :: drawing, draining or leading off or forth
deductio {f} :: subtraction, deducting
deductior {adj} :: more attenuated or slender
deductivus {adj} :: derivative
deductor {m} :: a guide, teacher
deductor {m} [usually for a candidate for office] :: an attendant, escort
deductorium {n} :: a drain
deductorius {adj} :: Of or for drawing off or draining
deductorius {adj} :: purgative, laxative
deducturus {v} :: about to lead or bring out or away etc
deducturus {v} :: about to reduce etc
deducturus {v} :: about to extend etc
deductus {v} :: led or escorted away
deductus {v} :: attenuated, slender, fine
dedux {adj} :: derived
dedux {adj} :: descended
deeo {v} [rare] :: I depart
deeundus {v} :: which is to be departed
deex {prep} [Medieval Latin] :: arising from, coming from, deriving from, originating from, proceeding from
defactus {v} :: alternative form of defectus
defaecatio {f} [Late Latin] :: cleansing, purifying
defaecatio {f} [Late Latin] :: defecation
defaecatus {v} :: defecated (all senses)
defaeco {v} :: I defecate [all senses]
defatigandus {v} :: which is to be exhausted
defatigans {v} :: exhausting
defatigatio {f} :: weariness, fatigue
defatigatio {f} :: exhaustion
defatigaturus {v} :: about to exhaust
defatigatus {v} :: exhausted
defatigatus {v} :: discouraged
defatigo {v} :: I tire out or exhaust
defatigo {v} [passive] :: I lose heart or am discouraged
defecatus {v} :: alternative form of defaecatus
defeco {v} :: alternative form of defaeco
defectio {f} :: defection, desertion
defectio {f} :: rebellion, revolt (of a city)
defectio {f} :: failing, failure, deficiency, want, disappearance
defectio {f} :: eclipse
defectio {f} :: ellipsis
defectio {f} :: a fainting spell, failure of energy or stamina
defecturus {v} :: about to fail
defecturus {v} :: about to abandon
defectus {m} :: failure
defectus {m} :: absence
defectus {m} :: weakness, failing, defect
defectus {m} :: defection, revolt
defectus {adj} :: tired, worn out
defectus {adj} :: faulty, defective
defendendus {v} :: which is to be driven away
defendendus {v} :: which is to be defended, which is to be guarded, which is to be protected
defendens {v} :: driving away
defendens {v} :: defending, guarding, protecting
defendo {v} :: to drive away
defendo {v} :: to defend, guard or protect
defensa {f} [Late Latin] :: defense, protection
defensandus {v} :: which is to be warded off
defensans {v} :: warding off
defensaturus {v} :: about to ward off
defensatus {v} :: warded off
defensio {f} :: defence, protection
defensior {adj} :: better defended or guarded
defensivus {adj} :: defensive
defensivus {adj} :: preventive
defensivus {adj} :: supportive
defenso {v} :: I defend (against), ward off
defensor {m} :: One who defends
defensor civitatis {m} :: "Defender of the City": a judicial office under the later Roman Empire
defensurus {v} :: about to drive away
defensurus {v} :: about to defend, about to guard, about to protect
defensus {v} :: driven away, having been driven away
defensus {v} :: defended, having been defended, guarded, having been guarded, protected, having been protected
deferendus {v} :: which is to be conveyed, sold, delivered etc
deferens {v} :: carrying, bearing away
deferens {v} :: diverting, driving off
deferens {v} :: reporting, indicting, accusing
defero {v} :: I bear, carry or bring down or away; convey; take, remove
defero {v} :: I bring to market, sell
defero {v} :: I give to someone, grant, confer upon, allot, offer to someone, bestow
defero {v} :: I transfer, deliver
defero {v} :: I bring or give an account of, report, announce, state
defero {v} [legal, with nomen] :: I report someone's name before the praetor, as plaintiff or informer; indict, impeach, denounce, accuse
defero {v} [nautical] :: I arrive or disembark
deferveo {v} :: I boil or ferment thoroughly; effervesce
deferveo {v} [figuratively] :: I subside
defervesco {v} :: I cease boiling or raging
defessus {adj} :: exhausted
defetigandus {v} :: alternative form of defatigandus
defetigans {v} :: alternative form of defatigans
defetigatio {f} :: alternative form of defatigatio
defetigaturus {v} :: alternative form of defatigaturus
defetigatus {v} :: alternative form of defatigatus
defetigo {v} :: alternative form of dēfatīgō
deficiens {v} :: failing, disappointing
deficiens {v} :: deserting, abandoning
deficientia {f} :: deficiency, want
deficio {v} :: I withdraw
deficio {v} :: I forsake, desert or abandon
deficio {v} :: (of persons) I fail, disappoint or let down
deficio {v} :: (of things) I fall short, I am absent, I run out
deficio {v} :: I have shortcomings
defigendus {v} :: which is to be fastened, attached etc
defigens {v} :: fastening
defigo {v} :: I stick or thrust (a weapon)
defigo {v} :: I fasten, fix, plant or embed
defigo {v} :: I attach or affix
defigo {v} :: I bewitch or enchant (by sticking pins in a model)
defigo {v} :: I focus (eyes or thoughts)
defigo {v} :: I dumbfound or astonish
defigo {v} :: I fix with a glance
defingo {v} :: To form or fashion; to mould into shape
definiendum {v} :: limiting
definiendum {v} :: defining
definiendum {v} :: restricting
definiendus {v} :: which is to be limited, terminated
definiens {v} :: limiting, terminating
definio {v} :: I bound, set bounds to; I limit
definio {v} :: I define, explain, designate by limiting
definio {v} :: I terminate, finish
definitio {f} :: definition; precise description
definitio {f} :: specification
definitio {f} :: boundary, limit
definitio {f} :: explanation
definitio {f} :: classification
definitio {f} :: pronouncement, ruling
definitivus {adj} :: definitive, explanatory
definitivus {adj} :: definite, distinct, plain
definiturus {v} :: about to limit, terminate
definitus {v} :: limited, terminated
defio {v} :: alternative form of deficio
defixio {f} :: curse tablet (a scroll or inscription with an invocation to a deity on it meant to bring harm to a specific person)
defixurus {v} :: about to fasten
defixus {v} :: stuck, thrust (weapon)
defixus {v} :: fastened
defixus {v} :: attached
defixus {v} :: bewitched
defixus {v} :: focused
defixus {v} :: dumbfounded
deflagratio {f} :: conflagration, deflagration
deflagratio {f} :: destruction (especially by burning)
deflagratus {v} :: Burned down
deflagro {v} :: I burn down (destroy by fire)
deflectens {v} :: deflecting
deflectens {v} :: digressing
deflecto {v} :: I bend or turn downwards or away; I deflect
deflecto {v} :: I digress
deflendus {v} :: which is to be deplored
deflens {v} :: deploring
defleo {vt} :: I weep over, cry for, lament, deplore
defleo {vt} :: I dull with weeping
defleo {vi} [rare] :: I weep abundantly or violently, weep to exhaustion
defleturus {v} :: about to deplore
defletus {v} :: deplored
deflexio {f} :: deflection (turning or bending aside)
defloreo {vi} :: I shed my blossoms
defloresco {v} :: (I) shed blossom
defloresco {v} :: I fade, wither, decay, decline
defluens {v} :: flowing or running down
defluens {v} :: descending
defluens {v} :: disappearing
defluo {vi} [of liquids] :: I flow or run down
defluo {vi} [in general] :: I move, float or swim downwards or downstream softly or gradually; flow or stream down; glide down, descend
defluo {vi} :: I flow or pass away, drain off, cease flowing, disappear
defluo {vi} [figuratively] :: I flow, come, pass
defluo {vi} [figuratively] :: I cease, vanish, pass away, disappear; I am lost
defluo {vi} [figuratively] :: I am derived, descend
defluvium {n} :: A flowing or falling off or down
defodiendus {v} :: which is to be excavated, planted, hidden
defodiens {v} :: excavating, planting, hiding
defodio {v} :: I dig deep or downwards; excavate
defodio {v} :: I bury in earth; plant
defodio {v} :: I hide, conceal, cover
deformandus {v} :: which is to be formed; deformed
deformans {v} :: forming; deforming
deformatio {f} :: deforming, defacing, disfigurement
deformaturus {v} :: about to form; deform
deformatus {v} :: formed; deformed
deformis {adj} :: Departing physically from the correct shape; deformed, ugly, misshapen, malformed
deformis {adj} :: Departing morally from the correct quality; unbecoming; shameful, disgraceful, base
deformitas {f} [physically] :: The state of being deformed; deformity, ugliness, disfigurement
deformitas {f} [morally] :: The state of being morally incorrect; baseness, vileness, appalling nature; disgrace
deformo {v} :: I form, fashion; I design, delineate, describe
deformo {v} :: I deform, disfigure; I spoil, mar
defossio {f} :: excavation
defossio {f} :: planting
defossio {f} :: hiding, concealment
defossurus {v} :: about to excavate, plant, hide
defossus {v} :: excavated, planted, hidden
defraudatio {f} :: the act of defrauding
defraudatio {f} [figuratively] :: deficiency
defraudatus {v} :: defrauded, cheated, deceived
defraudo {v} :: I defraud, cheat, deceive
defricandus {v} :: which is to be rubbed
defricans {v} :: rubbing
defricatio {f} :: rubbing
defricaturus {v} :: about to rub
defricatus {v} :: rubbed
defrico {v} :: I rub off or down
defringo {v} :: I break off (destroy by breaking)
defrutum {n} :: Grape must reduced by boiling
defugiendus {v} :: which is to be shunned, avoided
defugio {v} :: I flee, escape
defugio {v} :: I shun, avoid
defunctio {f} :: execution (of a task), performance
defunctio {f} :: death
defunctus {v} :: done with, performed, finished, having finished
defunctus {v} :: dead, deceased
defunctus {v} :: defunct
defundo {v} :: to pour out
defundo {v} :: to empty
defundo {v} :: to shed
defundo {v} :: to wet by pouring
defungor {v} [with ablative] :: I have done with, perform, finish, carry out
defungor {v} [dēfungor vītā] :: I die
defuturus {v} :: about to lack
defututus {adj} [vulgar] :: exhausted, worn (from sexual intercourse)
degener {adj} :: of inferior stock, low-born
degener {adj} :: inferior to one’s predecessors, degenerate
degenerandus {v} :: which is to be degenerated, deteriorated
degenerans {v} :: degenerating, deteriorating
degeneraturus {v} :: about to degenerate, deteriorate
degeneratus {v} :: degenerated, deteriorated
degenero {v} :: I degenerate, deteriorate
degens {v} :: passing or spending time
deglubo {v} :: I peel off; I shell; I husk
deglubo {v} :: I flay; I skin
degluttio {v} :: I swallow down
degluttio {v} :: I overwhelm or abolish
dego {v} :: I pass time or spend time
degrediens {v} :: descending; outgoing; parting
degredior {v} :: I go down, march down, descend
degressus {v} :: descended
de gustibus et coloribus non est disputandum {proverb} :: “Of tastes and colours there is nothing to be disputed.”; “There’s no accounting for taste.
de gustibus non disputandum est {phrase} :: A hypercorrected form of de gustibus non est disputandum
de gustibus non est disputandum {phrase} :: there's no accounting for taste
degusto {v} :: I taste
degusto {v} :: I try, make trial of
dehaurio {v} :: I drain or skim off
dehaurio {v} :: I swallow (down)
dehinc {adv} :: From this place forth, from here, hence
dehinc {adv} :: From this time forth, henceforth, henceforward, in future, from here; hereupon, afterwards, next, then
dehinc {adv} :: Then, next (in enumerations)
dehisco {v} :: gape, yawn, split open
dehonestatio {f} :: disgrace, dishonour
dehonesto {v} :: I disgrace, dishonor, disparage
dehortor {v} :: I dissuade
dehortor {v} :: I deter
Deianira {prop} {f} [Greek mythology] :: Deianira
deicida {m} :: slayer of God
deiciendus {v} :: which is to be thrown etc
deiciendus {v} :: which is to be dislodged
deiciendus {v} :: which is to be killed
deiciens {v} :: throwing down, precipitating
deicio {v} :: I throw, cast, or hurl down; precipitate
deicio {v} :: I drive out, dislodge
deicio {v} :: I kill, slay
deicio {v} :: I lower, hang down, depress
deicio {v} :: I deprive, rob (of)
Deidamia {prop} {f} [Greek mythology] :: The daughter of King Lycomedes and lover of Achilles
Deidamia {prop} {f} :: A princess of Epirus and the last representative of the Aeacid dynasty
deidecus {m} {n} [rare] :: medieval spelling of dēdecus
deiectio {f} :: ejection (from land)
deiectio {f} :: purging
deiectio {f} :: degradation
deiectiuncula {f} :: a mild purging
deiector {m} :: detractor (literally, person who casts down)
deiecturus {v} :: about to throw down, precipitate
deiectus {m} :: throw (or that which is thrown)
deiectus {m} :: declivity, descent
deiectus {adj} :: downcast, dismayed, dejected
deiectus {adj} :: drooping, hanging
deiens {v} :: departing
deiero {v} :: I swear (take an oath)
deifico {vt} [Late Latin] :: I make a god, deify
dein {adv} :: alternative form of deinde
deinceps {adj} :: following; next (in succession)
deinceps {adv} :: in succession; successively
deinceps {adv} :: hereafter; thereafter
deinde {adv} :: from that place
deinde {adv} :: thereafter, thereupon, afterwards, then, from there onwards
deinde {adv} :: and then, next
deinde scriptum {phrase} :: "in place of a signature", "the same" (referring to a signature written above on the page, typically following a P.S.)
deintus {adv} :: from within
deitas {f} :: divinity, deity, the nature of a god
deiudico {v} :: I give final judgement on
deiugis {adj} :: sloping
deiugo {v} :: To unyoke
deiugo {v} :: To separate, sever
deiungo {v} :: I unyoke
deiuratio {f} :: oath
deiuro {v} :: alternative form of deiero
deiuvo {v} :: I withhold assistance
dejectio {f} :: alternative form of deiectio
dejectiuncula {f} :: alternative form of deiectiuncula
dejector {m} :: alternative form of deiector
dejectus {m} :: alternative form of deiectus
dejectus {adj} :: alternative form of deiectus
dejero {v} :: alternative form of deiero
dejicio {v} :: alternative form of deicio
dejugis {adj} :: alternative form of deiugis
dejugo {v} :: alternative form of deiugo
dejungo {v} :: alternative form of deiungo
dejuratio {f} :: alternative form of deiuratio
dejurium {n} :: an oath
dejuro {v} :: alternative form of deiero
dejuvo {v} :: alternative form of deiuvo
delabens {v} :: descending
delabor {v} :: I fall, sink or slip down
delabor {v} :: I glide or fly down
delabor {v} :: I sink or descend
delambo {v} :: I lick (all over), lick off
delapsurus {v} :: about to descend
delapsus {v} :: sunk, descended
delatio {f} :: accusation, denunciation
delator {m} [post-Classical Latin] :: accuser, informer, denouncer
delatura {f} :: accusation, denunciation
delatura {f} :: information
delaturus {v} :: about to convey
delatus {v} :: carried down or away, having been carried down or away
delatus {v} :: taken, removed, having been removed
delatus {v} :: brought to market, sold, having been sold
delatus {v} :: granted, conferred upon, allotted, transferred, delivered, having been delivered
delatus {v} :: reported, announced, stated, having been reported
delectabilis {adj} :: enjoyable, delectable, delightful, agreeable
delectamentum {n} :: delight
delectamentum {n} :: amusement, pastime
delectandus {v} :: which is to be delighted, which is to be charmed
delectans {v} :: delighting, charming
delectatio {f} :: delight, pleasure, amusement
delectaturus {v} :: about to delight, about to charm
delectatus {v} :: delighted, having been delighted, charmed, having been charmed
delecto {v} :: I delight, charm, please
delecturus {v} :: about to pick off, about to pluck off; about to cull
delecturus {v} :: about to choose, about to select
delectus {v} :: picked off, having been picked off, plucked off, having been plucked off; culled, having been culled
delectus {v} :: chosen, having been chosen, selected, having been selected
delectus {m} :: selection, choice, distinction
delectus {m} :: levy, recruiting
delegatus {v} :: delegated; sent on a commission
delegatus {m} :: assignment; delegation (financial, to a third party)
delego {v} :: I send, assign, dispatch, delegate
delego {v} :: I confide, entrust
delego {v} :: I lay, impose upon
delego {v} :: I attribute, ascribe to
delendus {v} :: about to be destroyed
deleniendus {v} :: which is to be mitigated
deleniens {v} :: mitigating
delenimentum {n} :: a charm, blandishment, allurement, enticement
delenio {v} :: I soothe or soften down, mitigate; charm, win, captivate, entice
deleniturus {v} :: about to mitigate
delenitus {v} :: mitigated
delens {v} :: destroying
deleo {v} :: I destroy
deleo {v} :: I finish, terminate
deleth {n} :: dalet, daleth
deletrix {adj} :: destructive (feminine)
deletrix {f} :: destroyer (female)
deleturus {v} :: about to destroy
deletus {v} :: destroyed
deletus {v} :: terminated
delhiensis {adj} :: Delhi (attributive)
delibandus {v} :: which is to be diminished
delibans {v} :: diminishing
delibatio {f} :: diminishing
delibatio {f} :: representative sample
delibaturus {v} :: about to diminish
delibatus {v} :: diminished
deliberabundus {adj} :: weighing carefully, considering, reflecting, deliberating
deliberandus {v} :: which is to be considered
deliberans {v} :: considering
deliberatio {f} :: deliberation, consultation, consideration
deliberativus {adj} :: deliberative
deliberator {m} :: thinker (person who deliberates)
deliberaturus {v} :: about to consider
deliberatus {v} :: considered
delibero {v} :: I consider, weigh well
delibero {v} :: I deliberate or consult (with an oracle)
delibero {v} :: I ponder
delibo {v} :: I take off or away (a little)
delibo {v} :: I diminish
delibro {v} :: I peel rind or bark
delibuo {v} :: I besmear
delibuo {v} :: I anoint
delibutus {v} :: besmeared
delibutus {v} :: annointed
delicatio {f} :: allure, charm, delight
delicatio {f} :: luxury
delicatio {f} :: delicacy
delicatior {adj} :: more alluring etc
delicatior {adj} :: softer, more delicate etc
delicatissimus {adj} :: most or very alluring etc
delicatissimus {adj} :: most or very delicate etc
delicatissimus {adj} :: most or very fastidious etc
delicatulus {adj} :: rather delicate
delicatus {adj} :: alluring, charming, delightful; voluptuous
delicatus {adj} :: soft, tender, delicate
delicatus {adj} :: effeminate, spoilt with indulgence
delicatus {adj} :: fastidious, scrupulous
delicatus {adj} [of a person] :: overly-luxurious, spoiled
delicia {f} :: The corner-beam supporting an edifice
delicia {f} :: A gutter
delicia {f} [very rare] :: synonym of dēliciae
deliciae {fp} :: delight, pleasure
deliciae {fp} :: darling, sweetheart
deliciae {fp} :: beloved object
deliciosus {adj} :: delicious
deliciosus {adj} :: delicate
delicium {n} :: delight, pleasure
delicium {n} [figuratively] :: A slave child, customarily kept by the Romans to provide entertainment
delico {v} :: I reveal or disclose
delico {v} :: I clarify or explain
delictor {m} [Late Latin] :: delinquent, offender
delictum {n} :: fault, offense, misdeed, crime, transgression
delictus {v} :: failed, having failed
deliculus {adj} [Late Latin] :: (slightly) blemished, defective
delicus {adj} :: weaned (especially of sows)
deligandus {v} :: which is to be bound up, which is to be tied together
deligandus {v} :: which is to be bandaged
deligans {v} :: binding up, tying together
deligans {v} :: bandaging
deligaturus {v} :: about to bind up, about to tie together
deligaturus {v} :: about to bandage
deligatus {v} :: bound up, having been bound up, tied together, having been tied together
deligatus {v} :: bandaged, having been bandaged
deligendus {v} :: which is to be picked off, which is to be plucked off; which is to be culled
deligendus {v} :: which is to be chosen, which is to be selected
deligens {v} :: picking off, plucking off; culling
deligens {v} :: choosing, selecting
deligo {v} :: I pick off, pluck off; I cull
deligo {v} :: I choose or select
deligo {v} :: I enroll
deligo {v} :: I levy
deligo {v} :: I bind or tie together or up
deligo {v} :: I bandage
delincturus {v} :: about to lick off or up
delinctus {v} :: licked off or up
delineatus {v} :: delineated
delineo {v} :: I delineate, sketch out
delingendus {v} :: which is to be licked off or up
delingens {v} :: licking off or up
delingo {v} :: I lick off or up
delinio {v} :: alternative form of delineo
delinio {v} :: alternative form of delenio
delinitus {v} :: alternative form of delenitus
delino {v} :: I smear, daub, anoint (with)
delino {v} :: I obliterate, smudge, blot out
delinquens {v} :: transgressing, offending, erring
delinquentia {f} [Late Latin] :: misdeed, offense, transgression
delinquo {v} :: I fail in my duty
delinquo {v} :: I am wanting, lacking
delinquo {v} :: I transgress, offend, err
deliquesco {v} :: I melt, dissolve
deliquesco {v} :: I vanish, I disappear
deliquium {n} :: want, defect
deliquium {n} :: eclipse
deliquo {v} :: I fail; fall short
deliquo {v} :: I strain; strain off; to make clear, clear up, explain
deliramentum {n} :: delusion
deliramentum {n} :: nonsense, absurdity
delirans {v} :: deviating from a straight path
delirans {v} :: being deranged, crazy
delirium {n} :: delirium, madness, frenzy
deliro {v} :: I deviate from the straight track
deliro {v} :: I am deranged, crazy, delirious
delirus {adj} :: crazy, insane, mad
delirus {adj} :: senseless, silly
delitescens {v} :: hiding
delitesco {v} :: I hide, or go into hiding
delitesco {v} :: I withdraw
delitesco {v} :: I take refuge
delitisco {v} :: alternative form of delitesco
Dellium {prop} {n} [New Latin] :: Delhi
Delmatia {prop} {f} :: alt form Dalmatia
Delminium {prop} {n} :: the ancient capital of Dalmatia, destroyed by the Romans
Delos {prop} {f} :: Delos
delphinensis {adj} :: Dauphiné (in the French Alps) (attributive)
delphinensis {adj} :: Fort Dauphin (in Madagascar) (attributive)
delphinus {m} :: A dolphin; an aquatic mammal of the family Delphinidae or Platanistidae
delphinus {m} :: The constellation Delphinus
delphinus {m} :: A kind of decorative furniture, possibly decorated with dolphins
delphinus {m} [Medieval Latin] :: dauphin (eldest son)
Delphium {prop} {m} :: given name, character in the play Mostellaria of Plautus
deltidium {n} [New Latin, conchology] :: deltidium
deltoideus {adj} [New Latin] :: deltoid; triangular
delubrum {n} :: a temple, shrine
deludo {v} :: I deceive or dupe
deludo {v} :: I mock
de lunatico inquirendo {phrase} :: A legal document inquiring about the sanity of an individual
delusio {f} :: a deceiving, deluding, a delusion
delusus {v} :: deceived
delusus {v} :: mocked
-dem {suffix} [unproductive] :: demonstrative ending
Demaenetus {prop} {m} :: given name, character in the an Asinaria of Plautus
demandandus {v} :: which is to be entrusted
demandans {v} :: entrusting
demandaturus {v} :: about to entrust
demandatus {v} :: entrusted
demandatus {v} :: committed
demando {v} :: I entrust, commit
demano {vi} :: I flow down, descend
demendus {v} :: which is to be removed
demens {adj} :: out of one's mind or senses; mad, raving, foolish, insane, reckless
demensurus {v} :: about to measure
demensus {v} :: measured
dementia {f} :: madness, insanity
dementior {adj} :: madder, more insane, reckless etc
dementissimus {adj} :: most or very mad etc
demento {v} :: I make mad or crazy
demento {v} :: I bewitch
demento {v} :: I delude
demereo {v} :: I merit, deserve, earn
demereo {v} :: I oblige, deserve well of
demereor {v} :: alternative form of demereo
demergendus {v} :: which is to be submerged, overwhelmed
demergens {v} :: sinking, submerging
demergens {v} :: overwhelming
demergo {v} :: I sink or submerge
demergo {v} :: I plunge into
demergo {v} :: I overwhelm
demersurus {v} :: about to submerge, overwhelm
demersus {v} :: submerged, overwhelmed
demessus {v} :: cut, mown
demessus {v} :: picked, gathered
Demetae {mp} :: A tribe of Britannia, lying west of the Silures
demetiens {v} :: measuring
demetior {v} :: I weigh out
demetior {v} :: I measure (especially by weight)
demeto {v} :: I reap, cut or mow
demeto {v} :: I cut down
demeto {v} :: I pick (fruit)
demeto {v} :: I gather
demeto {v} :: I shear
demigrandus {v} :: which is to be migrated
demigrandus {v} :: which is to be withdrawn
demigrans {v} :: migrating
demigraturus {v} :: about to migrate
demigratus {v} :: migrated
demigro {v} :: I migrate or emigrate
demigro {v} :: I depart, withdraw or go away
deminoratio {f} :: degradation
deminoratio {f} :: injury
deminuendus {v} :: which is to be diminished
deminuens {v} :: diminishing
deminuo {v} :: I make smaller
deminuo {v} :: I diminish, lessen or reduce
deminuo {v} :: I weaken
deminuo {v} :: I curtail
deminuo {v} :: I deduct or deprive
deminutio {f} :: diminution, decrease, lessening, abatement
deminutio {f} [grammar, also] :: a diminutive form
deminuturus {v} :: about to diminish
deminutus {v} :: diminished, lessened, reduced
deminutus {v} :: weakened
deminutus {v} :: curtailed
deminutus {v} :: deducted, deprived
Demipho {prop} {m} :: given name, character in the play Cistellaria, and in the play Mercator, of Plautus
Demiphones {prop} {m} :: given name, character in the play Cistellaria of Plautus
demiraturus {v} :: about to wonder
demiror {v} :: I wonder (at, how or why)
demissio {f} :: sinking, lowering
demissio {f} :: dejection
demissio {f} :: abatement, mitigation
demissior {adj} :: lower
demissus {v} :: dropped
demissus {v} :: descended
demissus {v} :: slanting
demissus {adj} :: low; low-lying
demissus {adj} :: disheartened, downhearted
demitto {v} :: I send or bring down, cause to hang or fall down; drop, flow, shed, sag, sink, lower, put down, let fall
demitto {v} :: I cast down, throw, thrust, plunge, drive
demitto {v} [with se] :: I let myself down, stoop, descend, walk or ride down
demitto {v} [military] :: I send, bring or lead soldiers down into a lower place
demitto {v} [figuratively] :: I cast down, demote; depress, dispirit
demitto {v} [figuratively] :: I engage in, enter or embark upon, meddle with
demiurgus {m} [in some of the Ancient Greek poleis] :: A chief magistrate
demiurgus {m} :: Any being that made the universe out of primal matter, demiurge
demo {v} :: I remove, take away, or subtract
democratia {f} [Medieval Latin] :: democracy
demoliendus {v} :: which is to be demolished
demoliens {v} :: demolishing
demolio {v} :: I demolish
demolior {v} :: I demolish, tear down
demolitio {f} :: demolition
demoliturus {v} :: about to demolish
demolitus {v} :: demolished
demonstrandus {v} :: which is to be shown; which is to be proven
demonstrans {v} :: showing; proving
demonstratio {f} :: indication, description, designation, identification
demonstratio {f} :: demonstration, proof
demonstrativus {adj} :: designating
demonstrativus {adj} :: demonstrative
demonstraturus {v} :: about to show; about to prove
demonstratus {v} :: shown, having been shown; proven, having been proven
demonstro {v} :: I show, demonstrate, prove
demonstro {v} :: I point out
demonstro {v} :: I draw attention to
demorans {v} :: detaining
demorans {v} :: delaying
demoratus {v} :: detained
demoratus {v} :: delayed
demordeo {v} [rare] :: I bite off
demoriens {v} :: departing
demorior {v} :: I die (off)
demorior {v} :: I depart
demoriturus {v} :: about to depart
demoror {v} :: I detain or hold up
demoror {v} :: I delay or linger
demortuus {v} :: departed
demos {m} :: a tract of land, a demos, a deme
demos {m} :: the inhabitants of a dēmos: people, especially the common people
Demosthenes {prop} {m} :: a prominent Greek statesman and orator
demoticus {adj} :: demotic
demoturus {v} :: about to divert
demotus {v} :: diverted
demovendus {v} :: which is to be diverted
demovens {v} :: diverting
demoveo {v} :: I move or turn away; divert; put away, remove, dislodge
demptio {f} :: taking away, removal
dempturus {v} :: about to remove
demptus {v} :: removed
demptus {v} :: subtracted
demulceo {v} :: I stroke down (caressingly)
demulceo {v} [figuratively] :: I soften, soothe, allure
demum {adv} :: finally, at last, eventually
demuto {vt} :: I change, transform or alter; change or alter for the worse, make worse
demuto {vi} :: I change one's mind or purpose
demuto {vi} [with ab or atque] :: I become different, change, alter
demuto {vi} :: I deviate, depart
denarius {adj} :: Containing or consisting of ten things
denarius {adj} :: denary
denarius {m} :: denarius (due to a single coin's value of 10 asses each)
Denda {prop} {f} :: a city of Macedonia mentioned by Pliny
dendritis {f} :: An unknown gem
dendrobatidis {adj} [New Latin] :: dendrobatid (attributive)
denegandus {v} :: which is to be denied
denegans {v} :: denying
denegaturus {v} :: about to deny
denegatus {v} :: denied
denego {v} :: I deny
denego {v} :: I reject or refuse (a request)
deni {num} [distributive] :: ten each; ten at a time
denique {adv} :: finally, lastly, at length
denique {adv} :: besides
denique {adv} [postpositive] :: thereafter, thenceforward, thereupon
denitrificans {adj} [New Latin] :: denitrifying
denominandus {v} :: which is to be named, designated, nominated
denominans {v} :: naming, designating, nominating
denominatio {f} :: metonymy
denominatio {f} :: derivation
denominativus {adj} :: derived (relating to, or formed by derivation)
denominator {m} :: one who names or designates
denominaturus {v} :: about to name, designate, nominate
denominatus {v} :: named, designated, nominated
denomino {v} :: I name, designate, nominate
denotandus {v} :: which is to be marked or observed
denotandus {v} :: which is to be indicated or implied
denotans {v} :: marking
denotatio {f} :: censure
denotatio {f} :: disparagement
denotaturus {v} :: about to mark
denotatus {v} :: marked
denoto {v} :: I mark
denoto {v} :: I observe
denoto {v} :: I indicate
denoto {v} :: I imply
de novo {adv} :: de novo, afresh, anew
dens {m} :: tooth
dens {m} [by extension] :: a spike, prong, or any tooth-like projection
dens {m} [figuratively] :: envy, ill will
densandus {v} :: which is to be thickened
densans {v} :: thickening
densaturus {v} :: about to thicken
densatus {v} :: thickened
dense {adv} :: closely, in rapid succession
denseo {vt} :: I make thick, thicken, condense
denseo {vt} :: I crowd together
densiflorus {adj} :: densely-flowered
densior {adj} :: denser
densior {adj} :: more crowded
densissime {adv} :: superlative of dense
densissimus {adj} :: most or very dense; densest
densissimus {adj} :: most or very crowded
densitas {f} :: thickness
densitas {f} :: density
densitas {f} :: abundance
densius {adv} :: comparative of dense
denso {vt} :: I make thick, thicken, condense
denso {vt} :: I crowd together, press together
denso {vt} [figuratively, of speech] :: I condense
densus {adj} :: dense, compact
densus {adj} :: crowded, close
densus {adj} :: frequent
dentalis {adj} :: bearing or furnished with small toothlike projections
dentalis {adj} :: dental; of or pertaining to the teeth
dentarius {adj} :: dental; of or pertaining to the teeth
dentatus {adj} :: toothed, having teeth
Dentatus {prop} {m} :: A Roman cognomen — famously held by:
Dentatus {prop} {m} :: Manius Curius Dentatus, a Roman consul and hero
Denter {prop} {m} :: A Roman cognomen, famously held by:
Denter {prop} {m} :: Marcus Livius Denter, a Roman consul
dentex {noun} :: a kind of bream
Denthelethi {mp} :: A tribe of Thrace dwelling near the sources of the river Strymon
denticollis {adj} :: having a toothed neck or stem
denticulatus {adj} :: denticulate; furnished with small teeth
denticulus {m} :: a little tooth
dentiferus {adj} [New Latin] :: Having teeth, toothed; dentiferous
dentifricium {n} :: toothpaste
dentigerus {adj} [New Latin] :: dentigerous
dentipes {adj} :: having spurs or similar spikes on the legs
denudatio {f} :: uncovering (laying bare)
denudatus {v} :: denuded
denudatus {v} :: uncovered
denudatus {v} :: plundered
denudo {v} :: I denude (lay bare)
denudo {v} :: I uncover
denudo {v} :: I plunder
denuntiandus {v} :: which is to be announced, declared
denuntians {v} :: announcing
denuntians {v} :: declaring
denuntians {v} :: summoning
denuntiatio {f} :: indication, intimation, announcement, declaration
denuntiatio {f} :: injunction
denuntiatio {f} :: admonition
denuntiatio {f} :: summons (legal)
denuntiaturus {v} :: about to announce, declare
denuntiatus {v} :: announced, declared
denuntio {v} :: I announce (officially)
denuntio {v} :: I declare
denuntio {v} :: I summon
denuo {adv} :: anew, afresh, again
denuo {adv} :: a second time, once again, once more, again
denuo {adv} :: anything which is repeated, once more, again
denuo {adv} [colloquial] :: again, where an action is reversed
Deo gratias {phrase} :: thanks be to God
Deo gratias {phrase} :: variation of thank goodness
deonero {v} :: I unload, disburden
deorsum {adv} :: downwards
deorsus {adv} :: alternative form of deorsum
deosculans {v} :: kissing affectionately
deosculans {v} :: praising highly
deosculatus {v} :: kissed affectionately
deosculatus {v} :: praised highly
deosculor {v} :: I kiss affectionately
deosculor {v} :: I praise highly
Deo vindice {phrase} :: (With) God (as our) defender/protector
depango {v} :: I drive down (fix into the ground)
departio {v} [Late Latin] :: divide
depasco {v} :: I graze or pasture (livestock)
depasco {v} :: I feed on, consume (of livestock)
depastus {v} :: grazed, pastured
depastus {v} :: consumed
depeciscens {v} :: bargaining
depeciscor {v} :: I bargain for; I come to terms
depecturus {v} :: about to bargain
depectus {v} :: bargained
depeculans {v} :: plundering
depeculator {m} :: plunderer, embezzler
depeculaturus {v} :: about to plunder
depeculatus {v} :: plundered
depeculor {v} :: I despoil, pillage, rifle, plunder, embezzle
depellendus {v} :: which is to be expelled, repelled
depellens {v} :: expelling, repelling
depello {v} :: I drive out or away; remove, expel, repel
depello {v} :: I drive, thrust or cast down
depello {v} [military] :: I drive or push away or dislodge an enemy from his position
depello {v} :: I thrust out or remove from a situation, avert
depello {v} :: I deter, divert, dissuade from
depello {v} :: I remove from the breast, wean
dependens {v} :: hanging
dependens {v} :: waiting
dependeo {v} :: I hang down, from or on
dependeo {v} :: I wait for
dependeo {v} :: I am dependent on or governed by
dependeo {v} :: I depend on, I am derived from
dependo {v} :: I bestow
dependo {v} :: I expend (time/labor)
dependo {v} :: I pay (penalty)
dependo {v} :: I pay over, pay down
dependo {v} :: I spend, lay out
deperdendus {v} :: which is to be destroyed, lost
deperdens {v} :: destroying, losing
deperditio {f} :: destruction, ruin
deperditio {f} :: loss
deperditurus {v} :: about to destroy, lose
deperditus {v} :: destroyed, lost
deperdo {v} :: I am destroyed or ruined
deperdo {v} :: I lose
depereo {v} :: I perish or die
depereo {v} :: I am ruined or undone
depereo {v} :: I am desperately in love with
depereundus {v} :: which is to be perished
deperiens {v} :: perishing
depetigo {f} :: a skin eruption
depictus {v} :: depicted, portrayed
depictus {v} :: painted
depilatus {v} :: plucked
depilatus {v} :: depilated
depilo {v} :: I pull out the hair; I depilate
depilo {v} :: I pluck feathers
depilo {v} :: I peel the skin
depingo {v} :: I depict, I paint, I portray, I represent by painting
depingo {v} :: I paint, I color (UK: I colour)
depleo {v} :: I empty out, draw off, let, drain; exhaust
deplico {v} :: I unfold
deplico {v} :: I explain
deplois {f} :: (double) robe
deplorabundus {adj} :: weeping bitterly
deplorandus {v} :: which is to be complained
deplorans {v} :: complaining, bemoaning
deplorans {v} :: wailing, lamenting
deplorans {v} :: abandoning
deploraturus {v} :: about to complain
deploratus {v} :: complained
deploro {v} :: I complain about, bemoan
deploro {v} :: I wail, lament
deploro {v} :: I abandon, give up
depolymerans {adj} [New Latin] :: depolymerizing (of bacteria that decompose plastics)
deponendus {v} :: which is to be deposited, laid aside etc
deponens {v} :: depositing
deponens {v} :: resigning
deponens {v} :: deposing
deponens {v} [grammar] :: deponent
deponens {n} [grammar] :: deponent (verb)
depono {v} :: I lay, set, put or place aside or away; deposit
depono {v} :: I resign, get rid of, give up
depono {v} :: I wager, stake, bet
depono {v} :: I entrust, commit to, deposit
depono {v} [from an office] :: I depose
depopulatio {f} :: marauding, pillaging, sacking, plundering
depopulatus {v} :: sacked, plundered, pillaged, despoiled
depopulatus {v} :: ravage, devastate, destroyed
depopulo {v} :: I sack, plunder, pillage, despoil
depopulo {v} :: I ravage, devastate, destroy, lay waste
depopulor {v} :: I sack, plunder, pillage, despoil
depopulor {v} :: I ravage, devastate, destroy, lay waste
deportandus {v} :: which is to be conveyed
deportans {v} :: conveying
deportaturus {v} :: about to convey
deportatus {v} :: conveyed
deporto {v} :: I bring or convey
deporto {v} :: I carry along or down
deporto {v} :: I banish or transport
deporto {v} :: I take or bring home
deposcendus {v} :: which is to be demanded
deposcens {v} :: demanding
deposco {v} :: I demand
deposco {v} :: I require
deposco {v} :: I challenge
deposco {v} :: I pray earnestly
depositarius {m} :: depositor
depositarius {m} :: trustee, depositary
depositio {f} :: depositing, burying
depositio {f} :: deposition, testimony
depositurus {v} :: Which is to be deposited
depositus {v} :: deposited
depraedans {v} :: plundering, pillaging, ravaging
depraedatio {f} :: plundering, pillaging
depraedatio {f} :: depredation
depraedatrix {f} :: plunderer (female)
depraedatus {v} :: plundered, pillaged, ravaged
depraedor {v} :: I plunder, pillage, ravage
depravatio {f} :: perversion, distortion, corruption, depravity
depravatus {v} :: perverted, distorted
depravatus {v} :: corrupted, depraved
depravo {v} :: I pervert, distort or disfigure
depravo {v} :: I seduce, corrupt or deprave
deprecabilis {adj} :: That may be entreated, exorable
deprecabundus {adj} :: earnestly entreating
deprecandus {v} :: which is to be deprecated
deprecaneus {adj} :: That may be entreated, exorable
deprecans {v} :: averting (by prayer)
deprecans {v} :: deprecating
deprecans {v} :: interceding
deprecatio {f} :: a warding off or averting by prayer; deprecation, invocation
deprecatio {f} [religion] :: imprecation
deprecatiuncula {f} :: a little deprecation or invocation; trifling plea for pardon
deprecativus {adj} :: deprecative
deprecator {m} :: A person who averts by praying; interceder, intercessor
deprecatorius {adj} :: deprecatory
deprecatrix {f} :: a female intercessor
deprecaturus {v} :: about to deprecate
deprecatus {v} :: averted; deprecated
deprecatus {v} :: interceded
depreco {v} :: alternative form of deprecor
deprecor {v} :: I avert or ward off by (earnest) prayer; deprecate
deprecor {v} :: I pray for, intercede on behalf of
deprehendendus {v} :: which is to be seized
deprehendens {v} :: seizing
deprehendo {v} :: I take away, seize, snatch
deprehendo {v} :: I overtake
deprehendo {v} :: I catch
deprehendo {v} :: I surprise, apprehend, detect, find out, discover
deprehendo {v} :: I confine
deprehendo {v} :: I embarrass
deprehendo {v} :: I comprehend, understand, perceive, detect, discover, discern, observe
deprehensio {f} :: detection, discovery
deprehensurus {v} :: about to seize
deprehensus {v} :: caught; having been caught
deprendo {v} :: alternative form of deprehendo
deprensus {v} :: caught; discovered, recognized; revealed; intercepted
depressio {f} :: a pressing down, a sinking down, a depression
depressio {f} :: (medical) depression
depressior {adj} :: more depressed (pushed further down)
depressior {adj} :: more suppressed
depressurus {v} :: about to depress
depressus {v} :: depressed (pressed down)
depressus {v} :: suppressed
depressus {v} :: (nautical) sunk, sunken
deprimendus {v} :: which is to be depressed
deprimens {v} :: depressing
deprimens {v} :: suppressing
deprimens {v} :: disparaging
deprimo {v} :: I press down; I depress
deprimo {v} :: I suppress, repress or silence
deprimo {v} :: I disparage
deprimo {v} :: I humble
deprimo {v} :: I dim
depromendus {v} :: which is to be brought, fetched, produced
depromens {v} :: bringing, fetching, producing
depromo {v} :: I bring, fetch, produce
deprompturus {v} :: about to bring, fetch, produce
depromptus {v} :: brought, fetched, produced
depso {v} :: I knead
depso {v} :: I dress leather by rubbing and squeezing
depso {v} :: I have improper sex (masturbate?)
depso {v} :: I dishonour
depsticius {adj} :: kneaded (of bread or dough)
depudico {v} :: I dishonor, disgrace, violate
depugno {v} :: To fight, contend or combat hard
depugno {v} :: To battle
depulsio {f} :: repelling
depulsio {f} :: defence (in law)
depulsurus {v} :: about to expel, repel
depulsus {v} :: removed, expelled, repelled
depulsus {v} :: (figurative) thwarted
depurare {vt} :: To purify or cleanse, either literally or figuratively
deputatus {v} :: pruned
deputatus {v} :: esteemed
deputo {v} :: I prune
deputo {v} :: I esteem
deputo {v} :: I consider as, count as, class among, impute
deradendus {v} :: which is to be rubbed
deradens {v} :: rubbing
derado {v} :: To rub, scrape, smooth or shave off
derasurus {v} :: about to rub
derasus {v} :: rubbed
Derbe {prop} {f} :: A town of Lycaonia situated near the borders with Cappadocia
derbiosus {adj} :: scabby, impetiginous
derbita {f} :: A disease of the skin, impetigo
derecturus {v} :: about to direct
derectus {v} :: directed, steered, guided, aligned, pointed, having been guided
derectus {v} :: straightened, levelled, having been straightened
derelictio {f} :: neglect, disregard
derelictio {f} :: abandonment, dereliction
derelictus {v} :: discarted, forsaken
derelictus {v} :: abandoned, deserted
derelictus {v} :: bequeathed
derelinquens {v} :: abandoning
derelinquens {v} :: bequeathing
derelinquo {v} :: I forsake, abandon, discard or desert
derelinquo {v} :: I bequeath
derepente {adv} :: suddenly
derepturus {v} :: about to snatch
dereptus {v} :: plundered, snatched
deridendus {v} :: which is to be derided
deridens {v} :: deriding
derideo {v} :: I laugh at, mock, make fun of, deride
derigendus {v} :: which is to be directed
derigens {v} :: directing
derigeo {v} :: I remove hardness, soften
derigo {v} :: I direct, steer, guide, align, point
derigo {v} :: I straighten or level
derigo {v} :: alternative form of dirigo
deripiebat {v} :: (he/she/it) was tearing down, snatched
deripiendus {v} :: which is to be snatched
deripiens {v} :: snatching
deripio {v} :: I tear or snatch off or away; pull or tear down
deripio {v} :: I plunder, loot, despoil, pillage
derisio {f} :: a laughing to scorn, mockery, derision
derisor {m} :: mocker, scoffer
derisorius {adj} :: serving for laughter, ridiculous
derisurus {v} :: about to deride
derisus {m} :: mockery, scorn, derision
derivandus {v} :: which is to be drawn off, diverted, derived
derivans {v} :: drawing off, diverting, deriving
derivatio {f} :: diversion, deviation
derivatio {f} :: derivation, etymology
derivativus {adj} [grammar] :: derivative, derived
derivaturus {v} :: about to draw off, divert, derive
derivatus {v} :: drawn off, diverted, derived
derivo {v} :: To draw or lead off
derivo {v} :: To divert
derivo {v} :: To derive
dermatitis {f} [New Latin, pathology] :: dermatitis
derogandus {v} :: which is to be diminished, disparaged
derogans {v} :: diminishing, disparaging
derogatio {f} [legal] :: A partial abrogation of a law; derogation
derogator {m} :: A detractor, depreciator
derogatorius {adj} [legal] :: Of or pertaining to a derogation or partial repeal; derogatory; modifying
derogaturus {v} :: about to diminish, disparage
derogatus {v} :: diminished, disparaged
derogo {v} :: I take away, diminish, remove, withdraw, (with dative) detract from
derogo {v} [with dative] :: I disparage, dishonor or dishonour
derogo {v} [legal] :: I repeal part of a law; restrict or modify part of a law
Derrhium {prop} {n} :: A town of Laconia, situated on the Mount Taygetus
Dertona {prop} {f} :: a city of the interior of Liguria, now Tortona
Dertosa {prop} {f} :: a city in Hispania Tarraconensis, now Tortosa
Derxene {prop} {f} [geography] :: A region of ancient Armenia mentioned by Pliny
desacro {v} :: I consecrate, dedicate
desacro {v} :: I devote
desaevio {v} :: I rage or rave
descendendus {v} :: which is to be descended
descendens {v} :: descending
descendo {v} :: I climb down, to come down, to descend
descendo {v} :: I march down
descendo {v} :: I pierce, to penetrate
descendo {v} :: I slope down (said of mountains)
descendo {v} :: I sink (said of the voice)
descendo {v} :: I lower oneself, to stoop
descensio {f} :: descent, descending
descensorius {adj} :: descending
descensurus {v} :: about to descend
descensus {m} :: a descent
descensus {m} :: a descending path
descensus {v} :: descended, come down, having come down
desciscens {v} :: defecting
descisco {v} :: I free myself, withdraw, leave, defect, desert, revolt from
descisco {v} [by extension] :: I desert to, go over to
descisco {v} [in general] :: I depart, deviate, withdraw from someone or something; fall off from; I am unfaithful to
desciturus {v} :: about to defect
describendus {v} :: which is to be transcribed, described
describens {v} :: transcribing, describing
describo {v} :: I copy off or transcribe something from the original, write down, write out
describo {v} :: I describe in painting or writing, draw, draw out, sketch off
describo {v} [figuratively] :: I represent, delineate, describe
describo {v} [figuratively] :: I mark off, establish, define, divide or distribute into parts
descriptio {f} :: description
descriptio {f} :: diagram, plan
descriptio {f} :: transcript, copy
descripturus {v} :: about to transcribe, describe
descriptus {v} :: copied, transcribed
descriptus {v} :: represented, described
descriptus {v} :: arranged, organised
desecatio {f} :: cutting off
deseco {v} :: I sever
deseco {v} :: I cut off
deseco {v} :: I cut, reap or mow (a crop)
desectus {v} :: severed
desectus {v} :: cut
desenesco {v} :: I diminish with age, die away
deserendus {v} :: which is to be deserted, abandoned, let down
deserens {v} :: leaving, deserting
deserens {v} :: abandoning
desero {v} :: I leave, depart, desert, quit
desero {v} :: I forsake, abandon, give up
desero {v} :: I let down
deserticolus {adj} :: desert-dwelling
desertio {f} [Late Latin] :: desertion
desertior {adj} :: more deserted or abandoned
desertissimus {adj} :: most or very forsaken etc
desertum {n} :: a desert, wasteland
deserturus {v} :: about to leave or desert
deserturus {v} :: about to forsake or abandon
desertus {v} :: deserted, abandoned, having been forsaken
deserviens {v} :: serving
deserviens {v} :: devoting oneself (to)
deservio {v} :: I serve zealously
deservio {v} :: I devote (oneself) to
deservio {v} :: I am subject to
deserviturus {v} :: devoted to, zealously served
deses {adj} :: idle
desiccatio {f} [Late Latin] :: desiccation (drying up)
desiccatus {v} :: Dried up
desicco {vt} :: I dry up, drain dry, desiccate
desideo {v} :: I remain or continue sitting
desideo {v} :: I sit idle or inactive, sit around, hang about
desideo {v} :: I go to defecate
desiderabilis {adj} :: desirable, wanted
desiderabilis {adj} :: missed (of the dead)
desiderabilis {adj} :: regretted
desiderandus {v} :: which is to be wanted, which is to be desired, which is to be wished for
desiderandus {v} :: which is to be missed, which is to be lacked, which is to be needed
desiderans {v} :: wanting, desiring, wishing for
desiderans {v} :: missing, lacking, needing
desiderantissimus {adj} :: most or very desired or missed
desiderativus {adj} [grammar] :: desiderative
desideraturus {v} :: about to want, about to desire, about to wish for
desideraturus {v} :: about to miss, about to lack, about to need
desideratus {v} :: wanted, having been wanted, desired, having been desired, wished for, having been wished for
desideratus {v} :: missed, having been missed, lacked, having been lacked, needed, having been needed
desiderium {n} :: longing, desire, wish
desiderium {n} :: grief, regret
desiderium {n} :: need, necessity
desiderium {n} [In plural] :: pleasures, desires
desidero {v} :: I want, desire, wish for
desidero {v} :: I miss, lack, need
desidero {v} :: I lose
desidia {f} :: idleness
desidia {f} :: inactivity
desidia {f} :: laziness, indolence, sloth
desidia {f} :: retiring
desidiosior {adj} :: More indolent or idle, lazier
desidiosissimus {adj} :: laziest, most or very slothful etc
desidiosus {adj} :: slothful, indolent, lazy
designandus {v} :: which is to be marked
designans {v} :: marking
designatio {f} :: a designating, describing, marking out, specification
designatio {f} :: a disposition, arrangement
designaturus {v} :: about to mark
designatus {v} :: marked, designated
designatus {f} :: designate (appointed but not yet installed)
designatus {f} :: expected (baby)
designo {v} :: I mark
designo {v} :: I trace out
designo {v} :: I outline or describe
designo {v} :: I indicate or denote
designo {v} :: I earmark or choose
designo {v} :: I appoint or elect
designo {v} :: I order or plan
desiliendus {v} :: which is to be dismounted
desiliens {v} :: dismounting
desilio {v} :: I leap or jump down, dismount
desinendus {v} :: which is to be desisted
desinens {v} :: desisting
desinentia {f} [Medieval Latin] :: ending, cessation, termination
desino {v} :: I leave off, give over, cease, desist
desino {v} :: I stop, end, close, make an end
desipiens {v} :: Be meaningless, out of mind, extravagate
desipientia {f} :: foolishness
desipio {v} :: I am foolish (or act foolishly)
desistendus {v} :: which is to be desisted
desistens {v} :: standing apart
desistens {v} :: ceasing, desisting
desisto {v} :: I stand apart
desisto {v} :: I cease or desist
desiturus {v} :: about to desist
desitus {v} :: desisted
desolatio {f} :: desolation
desolatio {f} :: desert
desolatio {f} :: solitude
desolatorius {adj} :: that makes desolate or lonely
desolatus {v} :: forsaken, abandoned, deserted, left alone, having been abandoned
desolatus {v} [with ablative] :: robbed, deprived of, having been robbed
desolo {v} :: I leave alone, make lonely, lay waste, desolate
desolo {v} :: I forsake, abandon or desert
desorbeo {vt} :: I swallow down
despectio {f} :: disdain
despectio {f} :: contempt
despectissimus {adj} :: most or very despised
despecto {v} :: I look over/down at from a height, survey
despecto {v} [so used by Tacitus] :: I look down upon, despise
despecturus {v} :: about to despise
despectus {v} :: disdained, despised
despectus {m} :: a prospect, panorama (view from above)
despectus {m} :: a looking down upon; a view
despectus {m} :: a spectacle (object of contempt)
despectus {m} :: a despising, contempt
desperabilis {adj} :: desperate
desperabilis {adj} :: incurable
desperandus {v} :: which is to be despaired
desperans {v} :: despairing
desperanter {adv} :: desperately, hopelessly
desperatio {f} :: hopelessness, despair
desperatio {f} :: desperation
desperatio {f} :: foolhardiness
desperatior {adj} :: more desperate etc
desperatissimus {adj} :: most or very desperate etc
desperaturus {v} :: about to despair
desperatus {adj} :: desperate, hopeless
desperatus {adj} :: despairing
desperatus {adj} :: reckless
despero {v} :: I have no hope of
despero {v} :: I despair of
despicatissimus {adj} :: most or very despicable etc
despicatus {adj} :: despicable, contemptible
despicatus {m} :: scorn, contempt
despiciendus {v} :: which is to be despised
despiciens {v} :: looking down upon
despiciens {v} :: despising
despicientia {f} :: a despising; contempt
despicio {v} :: I look down upon
despicio {v} :: I disdain or despise
despoliatus {v} :: stripped (for punishment)
despolio {v} :: I rob, plunder or despoil
despondendus {v} :: which is to be promised
despondens {v} :: promising
despondeo {v} :: I promise (to give), pledge, devote to
despondeo {v} :: I promise in marriage, betroth, engage
despondeo {v} [figuratively] :: I give up, yield, resign, lose courage, despair, despond
desponsatus {v} :: betrothed, engaged
desponso {v} :: I betroth
desponsurus {v} :: about to promise
desponsus {v} :: promised
despumans {v} :: skimming
despumans {v} :: settling
despumo {v} :: I skim (off) (froth)
despumo {v} :: I settle (stop frothing)
despuo {v} :: I spit out or upon
despuo {v} :: I reject or abhor
desterno {v} :: I unsaddle
desterno {v} :: I free from its covering
destico {vi} [of mice] :: I squeak
destillans {v} :: dripping or trickling down
destillans {v} :: distilling
destillatio {f} :: dripping down; distilling
destillatio {f} :: rheum, catarrh
destillo {v} :: I drip or trickle down
destillo {v} :: I distil
destinandus {v} :: which is to be bound, which is to be fastened
destinandus {v} :: which is to be established, which is to be determined, which is to be resolved
destinandus {v} :: which is to be intended to be bought
destinandus {v} :: which is to be appointed, which is to be chosen, which is to be elected
destinandus {v} :: (archery) which is to be aimed at
destinans {v} :: binding, fastening
destinans {v} :: establishing, determining, resolving
destinans {v} :: intending to buy
destinans {v} :: appointing, choosing, electing
destinans {v} :: (archery) aiming at
destinatio {f} :: resolution, determination, purpose, design
destinatio {f} :: destination
destinatio {f} :: obstinacy
destinaturus {v} :: about to bind, about to fasten
destinaturus {v} :: about to establish, about to determine, about to resolve
destinaturus {v} :: about to intend to buy
destinaturus {v} :: about to appoint, about to choose, about to elect
destinaturus {v} :: (archery) about to aim at
destinatus {v} :: bound, having been bound, fastened, having been fastened
destinatus {v} :: established, having been established, determined, having been determined, resolved, having been resolved
destinatus {v} :: intended to be bought, having been intended to be bought
destinatus {v} :: appointed, having been appointed, chosen, having been chosen, elected, having been elected
destinatus {v} :: (archery) aimed at, having been aimed at
destino {v} :: I bind, fasten, secure, fix
destino {v} :: I establish, determine, resolve, consider, predict
destino {v} :: I intend, devote
destino {v} :: I appoint, choose, elect
destino {v} [archery] :: I aim at
destituens {v} :: placing (in position)
destituens {v} :: forsaking, abandoning
destituo {v} :: I fix or set in position; I place
destituo {v} :: I leave alone, forsake, abandon or desert
destiturus {v} :: about to desist
destitus {v} :: desisted
destitutio {f} :: desertion
destitutio {f} :: betrayal
destitutus {adj} :: destitute
destitutus {adj} :: childless
destricturus {v} :: about to strip off
destrictus {v} :: stripped off
destringendus {v} :: which is to be stripped off
destringens {v} :: stripping off
destringo {v} :: I strip off
destringo {v} :: I scrape (with a strigil)
destringo {v} :: I draw out
destructio {f} :: destruction, demolition
destructio {f} :: refutation
destructivus {adj} :: destructive
destructor {m} :: destroyer
destructurus {v} :: about to destroy, demolish, ruin
destructus {v} :: destroyed
destruendus {v} :: which is to be destroyed, demolished, ruined
destruens {v} :: destroying, demolishing, ruining
destruo {v} :: I destroy, demolish, ruin
desudo {v} :: I work up a sweat
desuefaciens {v} :: disusing
desuefacio {v} :: I disuse, disaccustom
desuefacturus {v} :: about to disuse
desuefactus {v} :: disused
desuetudo {f} :: discontinuance of a practice or a habit
desultorius {adj} :: desultory
desultorius {adj} :: superficial
desum {v} :: I am wanting/lacking
desum {v} :: I fail, I miss
desum {v} :: I abandon, I desert, I neglect
desum {v} :: I am away, I am absent, I am missing
desumendus {v} :: which is to be chosen
desumens {v} :: choosing
desumo {v} :: I choose, select
desumpturus {v} :: about to choose
desumptus {v} :: chosen
desuper {adv} :: From above or overhead
desursum {adv} :: from above
desusum {adv} :: alternative form of dēsursum
Desuviates {prop} {m} :: A Celtic tribe of Gallia Narbonensis
detecturus {v} :: about to uncover
detectus {v} :: uncovered, revealed, disclosed
detegendus {v} :: which is to be uncovered
detegens {v} :: uncovering
detego {v} [literally] :: I uncover, take off
detego {v} :: reveal, disclose, detect, expose
detentio {f} :: detention (keeping back)
detenturus {v} :: about to detain, delay
detentus {v} :: detained, delayed
deterendus {v} :: which is to be rubbed off
deterens {v} :: rubbing off
detergens {v} :: wiping off
detergeo {v} :: I wipe off, wipe away, clean by wiping
detergeo {v} [figuratively] :: I chase away, drive away, remove
detergeo {v} :: I strip off, break off
deterior {adj} :: worse
deterius {adv} :: worse
deterius {adv} :: unfavourably
determinabilis {adj} :: finite, bounded
determinandus {v} :: which is to be delimited, confined, defined, designated
determinans {v} :: delimiting, confining, defining, designating
determinatio {f} :: boundary
determinatio {f} :: end, conclusion
determinatio {f} :: determination
determinaturus {v} :: about to delimit, confine, define, designate
determinatus {v} :: delimited, confined, defined, designated
determino {v} :: I delimit (set bounds to)
determino {v} :: I confine (within limits)
determino {v} :: I define
determino {v} :: I designate
detero {v} :: I rub off, rub away, wear out, rasp
detero {v} :: I lessen, weaken or impair
deterrendus {v} :: which is to be deterred or discouraged
deterrendus {v} :: which is to be averted
deterrens {v} :: deterring, hindering
deterrens {v} :: averting, repressing
deterreo {v} :: I frighten off, deter, discourage, prevent, hinder
deterreo {v} :: I avert, keep off; repress, control
deterrimus {adj} :: worst, poorest, meanest
deterriturus {v} :: about to deter
deterritus {v} :: deterred
detersurus {v} :: about to wipe off
detestabilior {adj} :: more execrable, abominable or detestable
detestabilis {adj} :: execrable, abominable, detestable
detestandus {v} :: which is to be cursed
detestans {v} :: cursing
detestatio {f} :: execration (solemn curse)
detestatio {f} :: detestation
detestatio {f} :: renunciation (formal)
detestaturus {v} :: about to curse
detestatus {v} :: cursed
detestor {v} :: I curse or execrate
detestor {v} :: I detest or loathe
detestor {v} :: I avert or ward off
detinendus {v} :: which is to be detained, delayed
detinens {v} :: detaining, delaying
detineo {v} :: I hold or keep off or back, detain, check
detineo {v} :: I delay, hinder, lengthen; occupy, engage, stop
detondendus {v} :: which is to be shaved
detondens {v} :: shaving
detondeo {v} :: I shave, shear, strip or cut off
detono {v} :: I cease thundering, raging
detono {v} :: I thunder down/forth
detonsurus {v} :: about to shave
detonsus {v} :: shaved
detorquendus {v} :: which is to be deflected, distorted
detorquens {v} :: deflecting, distorting
detorqueo {v} :: I turn or bend aside, off or away, deflect
detorqueo {v} :: I twist out of shape, distort
detorqueo {v} :: I distort, misrepresent
detorqueo {v} :: I turn or go (in a direction)
detorrendus {v} :: which is to be scorched
detorrens {v} :: scorching
detorreo {vt} [Late Latin] :: I scorch, burn
detorturus {v} :: about to deflect, distort
detortus {v} :: deflected, distorted
detosturus {v} :: about to scorch
detostus {v} :: scorched
detractandus {v} :: alternative form of detrectandus
detractans {v} :: alternative form of detrectans
detractatio {f} :: refusal
detractatio {f} :: evasion
detractatio {f} :: renunciation
detractatio {f} :: detraction
detractaturus {v} :: alternative form of detrectaturus
detractatus {v} :: alternative form of detrectatus
detractio {f} :: withdrawal
detractio {f} :: purging
detractio {f} :: detraction, slander
detracto {v} :: alternative form of detrecto
detractor {m} :: detractor, disparager
detracturus {v} :: about to remove
detractus {v} :: removed, detached, withdrawn
detrahendus {v} :: which is to be removed, detached or withdrawn
detrahens {v} :: removing, detaching, withdrawing
detrahens {v} :: depriving, diminishing
detraho {v} :: I draw, pull, take or drag off, down or away; remove, detach, withdraw
detraho {v} :: I take away, deprive, diminish, strip, rob
detraho {v} :: I pull down, drag down, lower
detraho {v} :: I withhold, divert
detraho {v} :: I withdraw, take away; lower in estimation, disparage, detract from
detrectandus {v} :: which is to be refused
detrectans {v} :: refusing
detrectaturus {v} :: about to refuse
detrectatus {v} :: refused
detrecto {v} :: I refuse, decline, reject or evade
detrecto {v} :: I am reluctant or hesitant
detrimentosus {adj} :: hurtful, harmful
detrimentosus {adj} :: detrimental
detrimentum {n} :: harm, loss, damage
detrimentum {n} :: defeat
detrimentum {n} :: detriment
detriturus {v} :: about to rub off
detritus {v} :: rubbed away, worn away, worn out, having been rubbed away
detritus {v} [figuratively] :: diminished in force, lessened, weakened, impaired, having been weakened
detritus {v} [figuratively] :: worn out, trite, hackneyed, having been worn out
detritus {m} :: The act of rubbing away
detrudendus {v} :: which is to be expelled, dispossessed, dislodged
detrudens {v} :: expelling, dispossessing, dislodging
detrudo {v} :: I expel (thrust or drive away)
detrudo {v} :: I dispossess, dislodge
detrusurus {v} :: about to expel, dispossess, dislodge
detrusus {v} :: expelled, dispossessed, dislodged
Detumo {prop} {f} :: A city in Hispania Baetica
deturbandus {v} :: which is to be upset, dislodged, deprived
deturbans {v} :: upsetting, dislodging, depriving
deturbaturus {v} :: about to upset, dislodge, deprive
deturbatus {v} :: upset, toppled
deturbatus {v} :: dislodged
deturbo {v} :: I upset or topple
deturbo {v} :: I dislodge
deturbo {v} :: I deprive of
deturpandus {v} :: which is to be disfigured
deturpans {v} :: disfuguring
deturpaturus {v} :: about to disfigure
deturpatus {v} :: disfigured
deturpo {v} :: I disfigure
deturpo {v} :: I defile
deunx {m} :: eleven twelfths
deurendus {v} :: which is to be destroyed
deurens {v} :: destroying
deuro {v} :: I burn down or consume
deuro {v} :: I destroy or wither
deus {m} :: god, deity
deus {m} :: an imperial epithet (for deified emperors)
Deus {prop} {m} :: God (in a Judeo-Christian context)
deus ex machina {phrase} :: deus ex machina
deusturus {v} :: about to destroy
deustus {v} :: burnt down, consumed
deustus {v} :: destroyed
deusurus {v} :: about to misuse
deusus {v} :: misused
Deus vult {phrase} :: God wills it
deutendus {v} :: which is to be misused
deutens {v} :: misusing
deuterium {n} :: deuterium
deuteronomium {n} :: A copy of the law
deutor {v} :: I misuse, use wrongfully or wrongly
deutor {v} :: I pervert, abuse, ill-treat
Deva {prop} {f} :: A small river of Hispania Tarraconensis
devastandus {v} :: which is to be devastated
devastans {v} :: laying waste, devastating
devastaturus {v} :: about to devastate
devastatus {v} :: devastated
devasto {v} :: I lay waste, devastate
devecturus {v} :: about to carry, convey, transport
devectus {v} :: carried, conveyed, transported
devehendus {v} :: which is to be carried, conveyed, transported
devehens {v} :: carrying, conveying, transporting
deveho {v} :: I carry, convey, transport
deveho {v} :: I carry away (by river or sea)
deveho {v} :: I sail off (with)
deveho {v} :: I descend
deveho {v} :: I go away
Develtus {prop} {m} :: a town of Thrace
deveniendus {v} :: which is to be arrived
deveniens {v} :: arriving (from), coming from
devenio {v} :: I arrive (from somewhere); I come from
deventurus {v} :: about to arrive or come (from)
deventus {v} :: arrived
Deverra {prop} {f} [Roman god] :: The goddess who swept the threshold with a broom in order to protect the newborn child from Silvanus
deverro {v} :: I sweep away
deversandus {v} :: which is to be lodged
deversans {v} :: lodging
deversaturus {v} :: about to lodge
deversatus {v} :: lodged
deversitor {m} :: lodger (guest at an inn)
deversor {v} :: I lodge or stay (as a guest)
deversorium {n} :: inn, lodging house
deversorius {adj} :: inn, lodging house (attributive)
deversurus {v} :: about to sweep away
deversus {v} :: turned away, turned aside, having been turned away
devertendus {v} :: which is to be diverted
devertens {v} :: turning away or aside; diverting
deverticulum {n} :: A byroad, bypath, side-way; tributary
deverticulum {n} [figuratively] :: A deviation, digression
deverticulum {n} :: A place for travellers to put up; an inn, lodging
deverticulum {n} [figuratively] :: A refuge, retreat, lurking-place
deverto {v} :: I turn away, turn aside
deverto {v} :: I turn in, put up at, lodge
deverto {v} [rare] :: I resort to
deverto {v} [rare] :: I digress
devexus {adj} :: sloping or inclining downwards
devexus {adj} :: downhill
devexus {adj} :: steep
deviandus {v} :: which is to be strayed, deviated, detoured
devians {v} :: straying, deviating, detouring
deviatio {f} :: evasion, avoidance
deviatio {f} :: deviation
deviatio {f} :: straying
deviaturus {v} :: about to stray, deviate, detour
deviatus {v} :: strayed, deviated, detoured
devicturus {v} :: about to defeat
devictus {v} :: defeated
devictus {v} :: conquered, subdued
devincendus {v} :: which is to be defeated
devincens {v} :: defeating
devinciendus {v} :: which is to be bound fast, subjugated, obliged
devinciens {v} :: binding fast, tying up
devinciens {v} :: subjugating
devinciens {v} :: obliging
devincio {v} :: I bind fast, tie up
devincio {v} :: I subjugate
devincio {v} :: I oblige, constrain
devinco {v} :: I defeat decisively
devinco {v} :: I conquer
devinco {v} :: I subdue
devincturus {v} :: about to bind fast, subjugate, oblige
devinctus {v} :: bound fast, subjugated, obliged
devio {v} :: I stray, deviate or detour
devirginandus {v} :: which is to be deflowered
devirginans {v} :: deflowering
devirginatio {f} :: deflowering
devirginator {m} :: deflowerer, one who deflowers
devirginaturus {v} :: about to deflower
devirginatus {v} :: deflowered
devirgino {v} :: I deflower
devitandus {v} :: which is to be avoided
devitans {v} :: avoiding
devitans {v} :: shunning
devitaturus {v} :: about to avoid
devitatus {v} :: avoided
devito {v} :: I avoid
devito {v} :: I shun
devius {adj} :: out of the way
devius {adj} :: devious
devius {adj} :: inconstant, erroneous, inconsistent, foolish
devocandus {v} :: which is to be summoned
devocans {v} :: summoning
devocaturus {v} :: about to call (down)
devocatus {v} :: summoned
devoco {v} :: I call down (from above)
devoco {v} :: I call, summon or divert
devolo {v} :: I fly down or away
devoluturus {v} :: about to roll down
devolutus {v} :: rolled or tumbled off or down
devolutus {v} :: devolved
devolvens {v} :: rolling down
devolvo {v} :: I roll or tumble off or down
devolvo {v} [passive in middle sense] :: I roll, fall or tumble down, roll myself down, fall headlong; sink down; devolve
devorandus {v} :: which is to be devoured
devorans {v} :: swallowing, gulping down, devouring
devorans {v} :: absorbing
devorans {v} :: consuming
devoratio {f} :: devouring (gobbling up)
devoratrix {f} :: devourer (female)
devoraturus {v} :: about to devour
devoratus {v} :: swallowed, devoured
devoratus {v} :: absorbed
devoratus {v} :: consumed
devoro {v} :: I swallow, gulp down, or devour; I enjoy
devoro {v} :: I absorb
devoro {v} :: I consume
devorsor {m} :: lodger, guest
devorsor {m} :: inmate
devotatio {f} :: consecration
devotatio {f} :: vowing
devotio {f} :: The act of devoting or consecrating
devotio {f} :: Fealty, allegiance, devotedness, deference
devotio {f} :: Piety, devotion, zeal
devotio {f} :: The act of cursing; curse, imprecation, execration
devotio {f} :: Sorcery, enchantment; magical formula, incantation, spell
devoturus {v} :: about to devote
devotus {v} :: vowed, promised, dedicated, having been vowed
devotus {v} :: appointed, destined, having been appointed
devovendus {v} :: which is to be devoted
devovens {v} :: devoting
devoveo {vt} :: I vow, offer; promise; devote, dedicate
devoveo {vt} :: I mark out, appoint, destine
devoveo {vt} :: I bewitch, curse
dexter {adj} :: right (relative direction), right hand
dexter {adj} :: skillful
dexter {adj} :: fortunate, favorable
dexter {adj} :: proper, fitting
dextera {noun} :: right hand
dextera {noun} :: pledge, contract
dextera {noun} :: metal model of a hand, a token of agreement
dexteritas {f} :: dexterity, aptness, readiness
dexteritas {f} :: prosperity, felicity
dextra {f} :: right hand
dextra {prep} :: [post-Augustan] on the right side of
dextrale {n} :: bracelet
dextrale {n} :: armlet
dextraliolum {n} :: small bracelet
dextrorsum {adv} :: towards the right side, to the right
dextrorsus {adv} :: alternative form of dextrorsum
dextrovorsum {adv} :: alternative form of dextrorsum
Dia {prop} {f} :: A small island off the coast of Crete
Dia {prop} {f} :: A city of Chersonesus
diabeticorus {adj} [New Latin] :: That is associated with diabetes
Diablinti {prop} {mp} :: A tribe of Gallia Lugdunensis, whose chief town was Noeodunum
diabolicus {adj} :: diabolic (relating to the Devil, Satan)
diabolus {m} :: devil
Diabolus {m} :: the Devil.
diabulus {m} :: alternative form of diabolus
diacon {f} :: deacon
diaconus {m} :: deacon
diadema {n} :: diadem, crown
diadematus {adj} :: crowned, adorned with a diadem
diadochos {m} :: A precious stone resembling the beryl
diaeresis {f} [grammar] :: diaeresis (division of a diphthong into two vowels in consecutive syllables)
diaeresis {f} [rhetoric] :: distribution
diaeta {f} :: diet, regimen
diaeta {f} :: house, dwelling
diaetarius {m} :: a slave responsible for room service, a valet-de-chambre
diaetarius {m} [nautical] :: a cabin steward
diaetarius {m} [Late Latin] :: a slave or servant who serves at the dining table, a table waiter
diaetarius {m} [Medieval Latin, by misassociation with diēs, “a day”] :: a day-labourer
diagonalis {adj} :: diagonal
Diagoras {prop} {m} :: Name of an atheistic philosopher and poet of Melos
Diagoras {prop} {m} :: One of the most famous athletes in the Olympic Games, native of Rhodes
dialecticus {adj} :: dialectical
dialecticus {adj} :: logical
dialecticus {adj} :: reasoning
dialecticus {m} :: dialectician
dialecticus {m} :: logician
dialectos {f} :: a dialect (a form of a language peculiar to a region)
dialectus {f} :: alternative form of dialectos
Dialis {adj} :: Of or belonging to the god Jupiter
dialogus {m} :: discussion, conversation, dialogue
dialysis {f} :: separation
dialyticus {adj} [New Latin] :: dialytic
dialyton {n} [rhetoric] :: asyndeton (rhetorical figure by which the connecting particle is omitted)
diametros {f} :: diameter
Diana {prop} {f} :: Diana, the daughter of Latona and Jupiter, and twin sister of Apollo; the goddess of the hunt, associated wild animals and the forest or wilderness, and an emblem of chastity; the Roman counterpart of Artemis
Dianium {prop} {n} :: A temple in Rome consecrated to Diana
Dianium {prop} {n} :: A town in Hispania Tarraconensis, situated near a temple of Diana
Dianium {prop} {n} :: A small island off the coast of Etruria, now called Giannutri
diapente {noun} [music] :: a fifth
diaphaneitas {f} :: transparency
Diaphanes {prop} {m} :: A river of Cilicia mentioned by Pliny
diaphanus {adj} :: transparent
diaphragma {n} :: diaphragm (all senses)
diaphragma {n} :: septum, partition
diaphragma {n} :: midriff
diaporesis {f} :: perplexity; doubting
diapsalma {n} [music] :: pause
diarrhœa {f} :: alternative typography of diarrhoea
diarrhoea {f} [Late Latin] :: diarrhoea
diarrhoicus {adj} [Late Latin] :: who has diarrhoea, suffering from diarrhoea
diatessaron {noun} [music] :: a fourth
diatessaron {noun} :: a medicine made of four ingredients
diatonicus {adj} [music] :: diatonic, modulated
diatriba {f} :: a learned discussion; a discourse
diatriba {f} [by extension] :: a school
dica {f} [law] :: trial, lawsuit, prosecution
Dicaea {prop} {f} :: A town of Thrace situated on lake Bistonis
dicandus {v} :: which is to be dedicated, devoted
dicandus {v} :: which is to be consecrated, deified
dicandus {v} :: which is to be appropriated to, devoted to, assigned to, set apart for
dicans {v} :: dedicating, devoting
dicans {v} :: consecrating, deifying
dicans {v} :: appropriating to, devoting to, assigning to, setting apart for
dicaturus {v} :: about to dedicate, devote
dicaturus {v} :: about to consecrate, deify
dicaturus {v} :: about to appropriate to, devote to, assign to, set apart for
dicatus {v} :: dedicated, devoted, having been dedicated
dicatus {v} :: consecrated, deified, having been deified
dicatus {v} :: appropriated to, devoted to, assigned to, set apart for, having been assigned to
dicax {adj} :: sarcastic
dicax {adj} :: witty
dicax {adj} :: satirical
dicendus {v} :: which is to be said, uttered; mentioned, spoken
dicendus {v} :: which is to be declared, stated
dicendus {v} :: which is to be affirmed, asserted (positively)
dicendus {v} :: which is to be told
dicendus {v} :: which is to be called, named
dicendus {v} :: which is to be referred to
dicens {v} :: saying, uttering, mentioning, speaking, talking
dicens {v} :: declaring, stating
dicens {v} :: affirming, asserting (positively)
dicens {v} :: telling
dicens {v} :: calling, naming
dicens {v} :: referring to
dichomenion {m} :: A plant (of uncertain identification)
dichoneutus {adj} :: recast, adulterated (metal)
dichotomos {adj} :: dichotomous, bipartite
dichrous {adj} :: having two colours; bicolour
dichrous {adj} [biology] :: occurring or existing in two different ornamentations or colours, typically as a form of sexual dimorphism; dichromatic
dicio {f} :: authority, power, control
dicio {f} :: rule, domain, sway
dicis {noun} :: only in the phrases dicis causā, dicis ergō, and dicis grātiā
dicis causa {adv} [originally, a juridical technical term] :: for the sake of judicial form, by way of acquittal; hence, in general, for form’s sake, for the sake of appearance
dicis ergo {adv} :: synonym of dicis causā
dicis gratia {adv} :: synonym of dicis causā
dico {v} :: I say, utter; mention; talk, speak
dico {v} :: I declare, state
dico {v} :: I affirm, assert (positively)
dico {v} :: I tell
dico {v} :: I appoint, name (to an office)
dico {v} :: I call, name
dico {v} [law, followed by ad] :: I plead (before)
dico {v} :: I speak in reference to, refer to
dico {v} :: I dedicate, devote
dico {v} :: I consecrate, deify
dico {v} :: I appropriate to, devote to, assign to, set apart for
dictamnum {n} :: fraxinella, dittany
dictandus {v} :: which is to be dictated
dictans {v} :: repeating, saying often
dictans {v} :: dictating (for someone to write down)
dictans {v} :: composing, expressing in writing
dictans {v} :: prescribing, recommending
dictata {np} :: dictation, lessons, exercises
dictatio {f} :: a dictation; an act of dictating
dictator {m} :: an elected chief magistrate
dictator {m} :: one who dictates
dictatorius {adj} :: dictatorial
dictatrix {f} [humorous] :: woman in charge
dictatum {noun} :: things dictated
dictatum {noun} :: dictated lessons or exercises
dictatura {f} :: dictatorship, office of a dictator
dictaturus {v} :: about to dictate
dictatus {v} :: repeated, said often, having been repeated
dictatus {v} :: dictated, having been dictated (for someone to write down)
dictatus {v} :: composed, expressed in writing, having been composed
dictatus {v} :: prescribed, recommended, having been prescribed
Dicte {prop} {f} :: A mountain of Crete
dicterium {n} :: bon mot, witticism
dictio {f} :: a saying, speaking, talk, oratory
dictionarium {n} :: dictionary
dictito {v} :: I repeat (say again or often)
dictito {v} :: I maintain (that)
dicto {v} :: I repeat, say often
dicto {v} :: I dictate (to someone for writing)
dicto {v} :: I compose, express in writing
dicto {v} :: I prescribe, recommend
dictum {n} :: a word, saying, something said
dictum {n} :: proverb, maxim
dictum {n} :: bon mot, witticism
dictum {n} :: verse, poetry
dictum {n} :: a prophesy, prediction
dictum {n} :: order, command
dictum {n} :: promise, assurance
dicturus {v} :: about to say, utter, mention, speak or talk
dicturus {v} :: about to declare or state
dicturus {v} :: about to affirm or assert (positively)
dicturus {v} :: about to tell
dicturus {v} :: about to call, name
dicturus {v} :: about to refer to
dictus {v} :: said, uttered; mentioned, spoken, having been said
dictus {v} :: declared, stated, having been declared
dictus {v} :: affirmed, asserted (positively), having been affirmed
dictus {v} :: told, having been told
dictus {v} :: called, named, having been called
dictus {v} :: referred to, having been referred to
dictus {m} :: saying, epithet
dictus {m} :: speech
dicundus {v} :: alternative form of dicendus
Didacus {prop} {m} :: given name, sometimes confused or connected with the Spanish name Diego, which actually comes from Jacobus (James)
didendus {v} :: which is to be distributed
didens {v} :: distributing
diditurus {v} :: about to distribute
diditus {v} :: distributed
Didius {prop} {m} :: a Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name" famously held by:
Didius {prop} {m} :: Didius Julianus, a Roman emperor
Didius {adj} :: of or pertaining to the gens Didia
dido {v} :: I give out, spread abroad, disseminate, distribute, scatter
Dido {prop} {f} :: Dido (legendary foundress and queen of Carthage)
didragma {f} :: double drachma
diducendus {v} :: which is to be divided
diducens {v} :: dividing
diduco {v} :: I lead or draw apart; part, split, separate, sever, sunder, divide, loosen, open out
diduco {v} [military, of forces] :: I separate, divide, distribute, deploy; disperse, scatter
diducturus {v} :: about to divide
diductus {v} :: divided
Didyme {prop} {f} :: Salina, one of the Lipari Islands
diecula {f} :: a brief day (the short space of a day, or a brief respite)
diecula {f} :: a little while
dies {mf} :: A day, particularly:
dies {mf} [historical] :: A solar or sidereal day of about 24 hours, especially Roman dates reckoned from one midnight to the next
dies {mf} :: Daytime: a period of light between sunrise and sunset
dies {mf} [often in the feminine] :: A set day: a date, an appointment
dies Dominica {prop} {f} :: Sunday
dies Dominicus {m} :: alternative form of dies Dominica
dies hebdomadis {m} :: Day of the week
dies intercalarius {noun} :: leap day
dies Iouis {noun} :: alternative typography of diēs Iovis
dies Iovis {f} :: Thursday
dies Jovis {m} :: medieval spelling of dies Iovis
dies Lunae {f} :: Monday
dies Martis {f} :: Tuesday
dies Mercurii {f} :: Wednesday
dies Sabbati {prop} {m} :: Saturday
dies Saturni {prop} {f} :: Saturday
dies Solis {prop} {f} :: Sunday
dies Veneris {f} :: Friday
dieta {f} :: medieval spelling of diaeta
dietarius {m} :: medieval spelling of diaetārius
Diethusa {prop} {f} :: A deserted island mentioned by Pliny
Dieuches {prop} {m} :: A Greek medic
dif- {prefix} :: alternative form of dis-
diffamatus {v} :: defamed, maligned
diffamo {v} :: I spread a unfavorable report
diffamo {v} :: I defame, malign, decry
diffamo {v} [Late Latin] :: I proclaim or declare widely
differendus {v} :: which is to be scattered
differens {v} :: spreading, scattering, dispersing, separating
differens {v} :: differing, different
differentia {f} :: difference
differentia {f} :: diversity
differentiale {n} [mathematics] :: differential
differentialis {adj} :: differential
differentior {adj} :: more different etc
differo {vt} :: I carry different ways, spread, scatter, disperse, separate
differo {vt} [figuratively] :: I distract, disquiet or disturb someone; confound
differo {vt} [figuratively] :: I spread, publish, circulate, divulge; cry down, defame
differo {vt} [figuratively] :: I defer, put off, protract, delay, adjourn
differo {vi} :: I am different, differ, vary
difficile {adv} :: with difficulty
difficilior {adj} :: more difficult
difficilis {adj} :: difficult, troublesome
difficilis {adj} [of character] :: obstinate, intractable, hard to please or manage
difficilissime {adv} :: superlative of difficile
difficiliter {adv} :: with difficulty
difficilius {adv} :: comparative of difficile
difficillimus {adj} :: most or very difficult or troublesome
difficillimus {adj} :: most or very obstinate
difficulissime {adv} :: superlative of difficulter
difficulius {adv} :: comparative of difficulter
difficultas {f} :: difficulty, distress, trouble
difficulter {adv} :: with difficulty
diffidens {v} :: distrusting
diffidens {v} :: despairing (of)
diffidenter {adv} :: diffidently
diffidenter {adv} :: anxiously
diffidentia {f} :: distrust, mistrust
diffidentia {f} :: diffidence
diffidentissime {adv} :: superlative of diffīdenter
diffidentius {adv} :: comparative of diffīdenter
diffido {v} :: I distrust
diffido {v} :: I despair (of)
diffindendus {v} :: which is to be divided
diffindens {v} :: dividing
diffindo {v} :: I divide (cleave asunder)
diffissurus {v} :: about to divide
diffissus {v} :: divided
diffisurus {v} :: about to distrust
diffisus {v} :: distrusted
diffiteor {v} :: I deny, disavow
diffleo {vt} [of the eyes] :: I weep away or out
diffluo {vi} [of liquids] :: I flow or run away or in different directions
diffluo {vi} :: I dissolve, melt away, disappear
diffluo {vi} [figuratively] :: I am dissolved in, abandoned to, waste away
diffracturus {v} :: about to shatter
diffractus {v} :: shattered
diffringandus {v} :: which is to be shattered
diffringans {v} :: shattering
diffringo {v} :: I shatter (break into pieces)
diffugiendus {v} :: which is to be scattered or dispersed
diffugiens {v} :: scattering, dispersing, dispelling
diffugiens {v} :: fleeing
diffugio {v} :: I scatter, disperse or dispel
diffugio {v} :: I flee or run away
diffundendus {v} :: which is to be diffused or spread
diffundens {v} :: diffusing, spreading
diffundo {v} :: I diffuse
diffundo {v} :: I spread or pour out
diffuse {adv} :: diffusely, in a scattered manner
diffuse {adv} :: copiously, fully
diffusissime {adv} :: superlative of diffūse
diffusius {adv} :: comparative of diffūse
diffusivus {adj} :: diffusive
diffusivus {adj} :: spreading, extending
diffusurus {v} :: about to diffuse, spread
diffusus {v} :: diffused, spread
diffututus {adj} [vulgar] :: exhausted (from indulgence in sexual intercourse), shagged out
Digentia {prop} {f} :: A small river of Latium flowing into the Tiberis
digerendus {v} :: which is to be separated
digerens {v} :: separating
digero {v} :: I separate, divide, distribute
digero {v} :: I dissolve, dissipate
digero {v} :: I arrange, classify; digest
Digerri {prop} {mp} :: A tribe of Thrace mentioned by Pliny
digestio {f} :: digestion
digestivus {adj} :: digestive
digesturus {v} :: about to separate
digestus {v} :: separated, divided, distributed
digestus {v} :: dissolved, dissipated
digestus {v} :: arranged, classified
digitabulum {n} :: a glove worn in gathering olives
digitalis {adj} :: Of or belonging to the finger
digitandus {v} :: which is to be pointed
digitans {v} :: pointing
digitaturus {v} :: about to point
digitatus {adj} :: digitate; having fingers or toes
digitifer {adj} :: bearing fingers (or finger-like projections)
digitigradus {adj} [zoology] :: digitigrade; walking on the toes
Digitius {prop} {m} :: a Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name" famously held by:
Digitius {prop} {m} :: Sextus Digitius, a Roman tribune
digito {v} :: I point
digitulus {m} :: a small finger
digitulus {m} [by extension] :: a bird's toe
digitus {m} :: a finger, toe, digit
digitus {m} :: a twig
digitus salutaris {m} :: index finger, forefinger
digma {n} :: A specimen
digma {n} :: An ensign on the shields of soldiers
dignandus {v} :: which is to be deigned
dignans {v} :: deigning
dignatio {f} :: respect, esteem, regard
dignatio {f} :: dignity, honour, reputation
dignaturus {v} :: about to deign
dignatus {v} :: deigned
dignior {adj} :: more appropriate, fitting, worthy
dignissimus {adj} :: most or very appropriate, fitting, worthy
dignitas {f} :: worth, merit
dignitas {f} :: fitness, suitability
dignitas {f} :: esteem, standing, status, rank
dignitas {f} :: dignity
digno {v} :: I deem worthy
digno {v} :: I deign or condescend
dignoscendus {v} :: alternative form of dinoscendus
dignoscens {v} :: alternative form of dinoscens
dignosco {v} :: alternative form of dinosco
dignoturus {v} :: alternative form of dinoturus
dignotus {v} :: alternative form of dinotus
dignus {adj} :: appropriate, fitting, worthy, meet
digrediendus {v} :: which is to be digressed
digrediens {v} :: digressing
digredior {v} :: I go apart or asunder, separate, part; go away, depart
digredior {v} [figuratively] :: I depart, deviate, digress
digressio {f} :: parting, separating; departing, departure
digressio {f} :: deviation; digression
digressurus {v} :: about to digress
digressus {v} :: separated
diiudicandus {v} :: which is to be judged
diiudicans {v} :: deciding, settling
diiudicans {v} :: adjudicating, judging
diiudicans {v} :: discerning
diiudicaturus {v} :: about to judge
diiudicatus {v} :: judged
diiudico {v} :: I decide or settle (a conflict)
diiudico {v} :: I adjudicate or judge
diiudico {v} :: I distinguish (between) or discern
diiugo {v} :: I separate
diiunctio {f} :: alternative form of disiunctio
diiunctior {adj} :: alternative form of disiunctior
diiuncturus {v} :: alternative form of disiuncturus
diiunctus {v} :: alternative form of disiunctus
diiungendus {v} :: alternative form of disiungendus
diiungens {v} :: alternative form of disiungens
diiungo {v} :: alternative form of disiungo
dijudicatio {f} :: judging, deciding, determining
dijudicatrix {f} :: judge (female)
dijudico {v} :: alternative form of diiudico
dijugandus {v} :: which is to be separated
dijugans {v} :: separating
dijugatio {f} :: unyoking
dijugatio {f} :: separation
dijugaturus {v} :: about to separate
dijugatus {v} :: separated
dijugo {v} :: alternative spelling of dīiugō
dijunctio {f} :: alternative form of disiunctio
dilabendus {v} :: which is to be dissolved
dilabens {v} :: dissolving
dilabor {v} :: I melt away, dissolve
dilabor {v} :: I fall apart, disintegrate
dilabor {v} :: I decay, collapse, perish
dilabor {v} :: I flee, escape, scatter
dilabor {v} :: I pass (of time)
dilacerandus {v} :: which is to be torn apart
dilacerans {v} :: tearing apart
dilaceratio {f} :: tearing to pieces
dilaceratio {f} :: shredding
dilaceraturus {v} :: about to tear apart
dilaceratus {v} :: torn apart
dilacero {v} :: I tear apart, or to pieces
dilaniandus {v} :: which is to be shredded
dilanians {v} :: shredding
dilanians {v} :: rending asunder
dilaniaturus {v} :: about to shred
dilaniatus {v} :: shredded
dilanio {v} :: I shred
dilanio {v} :: I rend asunder
dilapsurus {v} :: about to dissolve
dilapsus {v} :: dissolved, decayed, collapsed
dilargiendus {v} :: which is to be lavished
dilargiens {v} :: lavishing
dilargior {v} :: I lavish (bestow liberally)
dilargiturus {v} :: about to lavish
dilargitus {v} :: lavished
dilatandus {v} :: which is to be spread out, extended, dilated
dilatans {v} :: spreading out, extending, dilating
dilatatio {f} :: extending, enlarging
dilatatio {f} :: dilation
dilataturus {v} :: about to spread out, extend, dilate
dilatatus {v} :: extended, dilated
dilatio {f} :: adjournment, postponement, delay
dilato {v} :: I spread out, extend, dilate
dilaturus {v} :: about to scatter
dilatus {v} :: scattered
dilectio {f} :: love
dilectissimus {adj} :: most or very loved or esteemed
dilecturus {v} :: about to esteem, love
dilectus {v} :: having been esteemed, loved, beloved
dilectus {m} :: selection, choice, distinction
dilectus {m} :: levy, draft, conscription
dilectus {m} :: enlistment
dilibuendus {v} :: which is to be besmeared
dilibuens {v} :: besmearing
dilibuo {v} :: I besmear
dilibuturus {v} :: about to besmear
dilibutus {v} :: besmeared
diligendus {v} :: which is to be esteemed, loved
diligens {v} :: diligent, careful, attentive
diligenter {adv} :: diligently, carefully
diligentia {f} :: diligence, care, attentiveness, discipline
diligentia {f} :: economy, frugality, thrift
diligentior {adj} :: More diligent or careful
diligentissimus {adj} :: most or very diligent etc
diligo {v} :: I esteem, love, have regard for
Dillius {prop} {m} :: a Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name" famously held by:
Dillius {prop} {m} :: Gaius Dillius Vocula, a Roman general
diluceo {v} :: I am clear or evident
dilucescens {v} :: dawning
dilucesco {v} [usually impersonal] :: I dawn (begin to grow light)
dilucidior {adj} :: brighter, clearer
dilucidior {adj} :: more distinct
dilucidus {adj} :: clear, bright
dilucidus {adj} :: distinct
diluculat {v} [impersonal] :: it dawns (grows light)
diluculum {n} :: daybreak, dawn
diluendus {v} :: which is to be washed away
diluens {v} :: washing away
diluo {vt} :: I wash away
diluo {vt} :: I drench or moisten
diluo {vt} :: I purge, clear or empty (the bowels)
diluo {vt} :: I dissolve, cause to melt
diluo {vt} :: I dilute
diluo {vt} :: I dissipate
dilutior {adj} :: more diluted, watery etc
dilutissimus {adj} :: most diluted, watery, etc
diluturus {v} :: about to wash away
dilutus {v} :: washed away, drenched, having been washed away
dilutus {v} :: dissolved, diluted, mixed, having been diluted
dilutus {v} [by extension, of a liquid] :: thin, weak, watery
dilutus {v} [by extension, of a person] :: drunk
dilutus {v} [figuratively] :: weakened, lessened, impaired, having been weakened
dilutus {v} [by extension] :: faint, feeble, weak
diluvium {n} :: a flood
dimanandus {v} :: which is to be percolated
dimanans {v} :: percolating
dimanaturus {v} :: about to percolate
dimanatus {v} :: percolated
dimano {v} :: I flow down, or in different directions
dimano {v} :: I percolate
Dimastus {prop} {m} :: A mountain in Myconos
dimensio {f} :: measuring (out)
dimensio {f} :: measurement
dimensio {f} :: dimension
dimensus {v} :: measured
dimensus {v} :: regular
dimetiendus {v} :: which is to be measured
dimetiens {v} :: measuring
dimetiens {m} :: diameter
dimetior {v} :: I measure (out or off)
dimetiturus {v} :: about to measure
dimicandus {v} :: which is to be fought or attacked
dimicans {v} :: fighting, attacking
dimicatio {f} :: a fight, battle, combat, encounter
dimicatio {f} :: a contest, struggling, strife
dimicaturus {v} :: about to fight or attack
dimicatus {v} :: attacked
dimico {v} :: I fight, battle or attack
dimidiandus {v} :: which is to be halved
dimidians {v} :: halving
dimidiatio {f} [Late Latin] :: a halving, a dividing into halves
dimidiatio {f} [Medieval Latin, heraldry] :: a dimidiation (marshalling of two coats of arms from the dexter half of one coat and the sinister half of the other)
dimidiaturus {v} :: about to halve
dimidiatus {v} :: halved (divided in half)
dimidio {v} :: I halve (divide in two)
dimidium {n} :: half
dimidius {adj} :: half
dimidius {adj} :: halved
diminuendus {v} :: which is to be shattered; violated; diminished
diminuens {v} :: shattering; violating; diminishing
diminuo {v} :: I break into small pieces; I shatter
diminuo {v} :: I violate, outrage
diminuo {v} :: I diminish, lessen
diminutio {f} :: alternative form of deminutio
diminuturus {v} :: about to shatter; violate; diminish
diminutus {v} :: shattered; violated; diminished
dimissio {f} :: sending (out, in different directions)
dimissio {f} :: dismissal
dimissio {f} :: remission (of pain)
dimissurus {v} :: about to send away or dismiss
dimissus {v} :: sent away, dismissed, banished
dimittendus {v} :: which is to be sent away or dismissed
dimittens {v} :: dismissing (sending away)
dimitto {v} :: I send away, dismiss
dimorphus {adj} :: dimorphous
dimoturus {v} :: about to remove
dimotus {v} :: removed
dimovendus {v} :: which is to be removed
dimovens {v} :: removing
dimoveo {v} :: I move or put asunder, part, separate, divide, cleave; remove, take away
dimoveo {v} [of a group of persons or things] :: I disperse, drive away, dismiss
Dinarchus {prop} {m} :: A Greek orator, imitator of Demosthenes
Dindari {prop} {mp} :: A tribe of Dalmatia mentioned by Pliny
Dinia {prop} {m} :: given name, character in the play Vidularia of Plautus
Dinia {prop} {f} :: a town in Gallia Narbonensis, now Digne
Diniarchus {prop} {m} :: given name, character in the play Truculentus of Plautus
dinoscendus {v} :: which is to be discerned
dinoscens {v} :: discerning
dinosco {v} :: I discern, distinguish
dinoturus {v} :: about to discern
dinotus {v} :: discerned
dinumerandus {v} :: which is to be enumerated
dinumerans {v} :: enumerating
dinumeratio {f} :: counting, reckoning, enumeration
dinumeraturus {v} :: about to enumerate
dinumeratus {v} :: counted, enumerated, calculated
dinumero {v} :: I count, enumerate or calculate
diodela {f} :: An unknown kind of plant, maybe the mullein
dioecesanus {adj} :: diocesan
dioecesis {f} :: diocese
dioecetes {m} :: revenue official
dioecetes {m} :: royal treasurer
dioicus {adj} [New Latin] :: dioicus
Diolindum {prop} {n} :: A town of Aquitania situated on the road from Vesunna to Aginnum
Dion {prop} {m} :: alternative form of Diō
Dion {prop} {n} :: alternative form of Dīum
Dionysia {prop} {f} :: given name equivalent to Denise
dionysiacus {adj} [Late Latin] :: Dionysian (pertaining to Dionysus)
dionysias {f} :: A kind of precious stone said to be effective against drunkenness
Dionysius {prop} {m} :: given name equivalent to Dennis
Dionysius {prop} {m} :: tyrant of Syracuse
diopetes {m} :: A kind of frog
Diospolis {f} :: A town of Upper Egypt on the left bank of the Nile, between Abydus and Tentyra
dioxydum carbonicum {n} [New Latin] :: carbon dioxide
Dipaea {prop} {f} :: A town of Arcadia situated near the course of the Helisson
diphthongus {f} [Late Latin] :: diphthong
diphyes {f} :: An unknown kind of precious stone, black or white, considered male or female respectively
diploma {n} :: letter of recommendation
diploma {n} :: diploma
diplomaticus {adj} :: diplomatic
diplomatus {m} [Medieval Latin] :: a representative from a country with a letter of recommendation (dīplōma), diplomat
Dipolis {f} :: A town of Syria mentioned by Pliny
dipondius {m} :: alternative form of dupondius
dipsacos {m} :: teasel
dipsas {f} :: viper (Cerastes vipera)
diptotum {n} [grammar, especially in plural] :: a noun that only has two cases, a diptote
dir- {prefix} [rare] :: alternative form of dis-
dircion {n} :: A kind of solanum
directio {f} :: direction (act of directing)
directio {f} :: aiming
directio {f} :: righteousness
directio {f} :: fairness
directio {f} :: correction
directorium {n} :: A transport route
directura {f} :: The action of making something straight, even or level; a level or even surface
directus {adj} :: laid straight, arranged in lines, having been arranged in lines
directus {adj} [by extension] :: direct, straight; level; upright
directus {adj} :: directed, steered, having been directed
directus {adj} :: distributed, scattered, having been distributed
diremptus {v} :: separated, divided, having been taken apart
diremptus {v} :: interrupted, disturbed, having been delayed
diremptus {v} :: frustrated, destroyed, having been frustrated
direptio {f} :: plundering, pillaging
direptio {f} :: stealing
direptio {f} :: rape
direptor {m} :: plunderer
direptus {v} :: torn to shreds
direptus {v} :: laid waste
diribendus {v} :: which is to be divided
diribens {v} :: dividing
diribeo {v} :: I lay apart, separate, divide
diribeo {v} [by extension] :: I sort; distribute
diribitio {f} :: separating and sorting of the votes (tablets) from a ballot box
diribitor {m} :: election official (who sorts and counts votes)
diribitor {m} :: distributor
diribiturus {v} :: about to divide
diribitus {v} :: divided
dirigens {v} :: directing, steering
dirigens {v} :: distributing, scattering
dirigo {v} :: I lay straight; arrange in lines (especially in military contexts)
dirigo {v} :: I direct, steer
dirigo {v} :: I distribute, scatter
dirimens {v} :: separating, dividing, taking apart
dirimens {v} :: interrupting, disturbing, delaying
dirimens {v} :: frustrating, destroying
dirimo {v} :: I separate, divide, take apart
dirimo {v} :: I interrupt, disturb, delay
dirimo {v} :: I frustrate, destroy
diripiendus {v} :: which is to be torn apart
diripiendus {v} :: which is to be laid waste
diripiens {v} :: tearing apart
diripio {v} :: I tear apart; I tear to pieces
diripio {v} :: I lay waste
diripio {v} :: I loot; steal; rob
diripio {v} :: I whip out (a sword)
diripio {v} :: I run after; I compete for the company of
diritas {f} :: fearfulness, frightfulness
diritas {f} :: misfortune
Dirsisclaus {prop} {m} :: given name cognate to Držislav
dirumpens {v} :: severing, rupturing
dirumpens {v} :: bursting, shattering
dirumpo {v} :: I break off, sever or rupture
dirumpo {v} :: I burst or shatter
diruo {v} :: I overthrow, demolish, destroy
diruo {v} :: I scatter
diruptio {f} :: bursting
diruptio {f} :: explosion
diruptus {v} :: severed, ruptured
diruptus {v} :: burst, shattered
dirus {adj} :: fearful
dirus {adj} :: ominous
dirus {adj} [of character] :: dreadful, detestable
dirus {adj} [New Latin] :: Used as a species epithet
dirutus {v} :: overthrown, demolished, destroyed
dirutus {v} :: scattered
dis {adj} :: rich, wealthy
dis- {prefix} :: asunder, apart, in two
dis- {prefix} :: reversal, removal
dis- {prefix} :: utterly, exceedingly
discalceo {v} [Late Latin] :: I pull off or remove my shoes, make unshod
discalis {adj} :: having disc-shaped markings
discarrico {v} :: I unload
discedendus {v} :: which is to be left
discedens {v} :: leaving, departing
discedo {v} :: I leave, depart
discendus {v} :: which is to be learned, studied
discens {v} :: learning
discens {v} :: studying, practicing
disceptandus {v} :: which is to be disputed
disceptans {v} :: disputing
disceptatio {f} :: dispute, disputation, debate, discussion
disceptator {m} :: arbitrator, umpire, judge
discepto {v} :: I dispute
discepto {v} :: I debate or discuss
discepto {v} :: I decide, determine, judge or arbitrate
discernendus {v} :: which is to be separated
discernens {v} :: separating
discerniculum {n} :: bodkin, hairpin
discerno {v} :: I separate, set apart, divide, part
discerno {v} [figurative, based upon a thing's qualities] :: I distinguish between, discern
discerno {v} [figuratively] :: I determine, settle
discerno {v} [figuratively] :: I except, omit
discerpendus {v} :: which is to be rent
discerpens {v} :: rending, mutilating
discerpo {v} :: I pluck or tear to pieces; I rend, mutilate or mangle
discerpturus {v} :: about to rend
discerptus {v} :: plucked or torn to pieces; rended, mutilated or mangled
discessio {f} :: withdrawal
discessio {f} :: dispersal
discessio {f} :: separation, division
discessurus {v} :: about to leave, about to depart
discessus {v} :: departed
discidium {n} :: separation, divorce
discidium {n} :: discord, disagreement
discido {vt} [rare] :: I cut in pieces, cut up
disciformis {adj} [New Latin] :: disciform
disciformus {adj} :: disciform
discinctus {v} :: unfastened (of a belt), unbelted
discinctus {v} :: loose (of clothing)
discindendus {v} :: which is to be cut in two
discindens {v} :: cutting in two
discindo {v} :: I cut, tear or divide in two
discingo {v} :: I unfasten or remove (a belt)
disciplina {f} :: teaching, instruction, education
disciplina {f} :: training
disciplina {f} :: discipline, science, study
disciplina {f} :: method
disciplinatus {adj} :: instructed, trained
disciplinatus {adj} :: disciplined
discipula {f} :: female student, scholar or disciple
discipulus {m} :: student, pupil, disciple
discissurus {v} :: about to cut in two
discissus {v} :: cut in two
disciturus {v} :: About to learn
discitus {v} :: learned, thing learned, that which has been learned
discludo {v} :: I divide, separate, keep apart
disclusus {v} :: divided, separated
disco {v} :: I learn
disco {v} [drama] :: I study, practice
discoctus {v} :: thoroughly cooked
discoidalis {adj} [New Latin] :: discoidal
discoideus {adj} [New Latin] :: Used as a species epithet; disc-shaped
discolor {adj} :: having a different colour
discolor {adj} :: variegated
discolus {adj} :: deformed
disconsolatus {adj} [Medieval Latin] :: disconsolate
discontinuandus {v} :: which is to be disunited, discontinued
discontinuans {v} :: disuniting, discontinuing
discontinuatio {f} :: discontinuation
discontinuaturus {v} :: about to disunite, discontinue
discontinuatus {v} :: disunited, discontinued
discontinuo {v} :: I disunite
discontinuo {v} :: I discontinue
disconvenio {v} :: I am inconsistent, different
discooperio {v} :: I expose, lay bare
discoopertus {v} :: exposed, bared
discoperio {v} :: alternative form of discooperio
discopertus {v} :: alternative form of discoopertus
discoquo {v} :: I cook or boil thoroughly
discordabilis {adj} :: disagreeing, inconsistent
discordabilis {adj} :: inharmonious, discordant
discordandus {v} :: which is to be quarrelled
discordans {v} :: quarrelling; disagreeing
discordaturus {v} :: about to quarrel
discordatus {v} :: quarrelled
discordia {f} :: disagreement, dissension, variance, discord
discordo {v} :: I disagree, quarrel (with)
discors {adj} :: discordant
discors {adj} :: inharmonious
discors {adj} :: different
discrepandus {v} :: which is to be disagreed
discrepans {v} :: disagreeing
discrepantia {f} :: discordance, dissimilarity, discrepancy
discrepaturus {v} :: about to disagree
discrepatus {v} :: disagreed
discrepo {vt} :: I disagree, differ or vary
discrepo {vi} :: I disagree, differ or vary
discretio {f} :: separation
discretio {f} :: difference, distinction
discretio {f} :: discernment, discrimination
discretor {m} :: judge (of differences between things)
discreturus {v} :: about to separate
discretus {v} :: separated
discretus {adj} :: separate
discretus {adj} :: differentiated
discretus {adj} :: discrete
discribendus {v} :: which is to be distributed
discribens {v} :: distributing
discribo {v} :: I distribute, divide, apportion, assign
discrimen {n} :: distinction, difference
discrimen {n} :: division, separation
discrimen {n} :: decision
discrimen {n} :: crisis, hazard, danger, risk
discrimen {n} :: encounter, battle
discrimino {v} :: I distinguish (between)
discriptio {f} :: assignment, division, distribution, apportionment
discripturus {v} :: about to distribute
discriptus {v} :: distributed
discruciandus {v} :: which is to be tortured
discrucians {v} :: torturing
discruciaturus {v} :: about to torture
discruciatus {v} :: tortured
discrucio {v} :: I torment or torture
discubitus {v} :: reclined (at table)
discubitus {m} :: seat, or place to recline, at table
disculciandus {v} :: which is to be unshoed
disculcians {v} :: unshoeing
disculciaturus {v} :: about to unshoe
disculciatus {v} :: unshod
disculcio {v} :: I unshoe
disculcio {v} :: I remove the shoes
disculus {m} [New Latin] :: diminutive of discus
disculus compactus {m} [New Latin] :: compact disc
disculus visionis digitalis {m} [New Latin] :: DVD, digital video disc
discumbens {v} :: reclining (at table, to eat)
discumbens {m} :: guest (for dinner)
discumbo {v} :: I lie down
discumbo {v} :: I recline at table (to eat)
discupio {v} :: I desire, long for (especially as a lover)
discupio {v} :: I covet
discurrendus {v} :: which is to be ran to and fro, roamed
discurrens {v} :: running to and fro
discurrens {v} :: roaming
discurro {v} :: I run to and fro, roam
discursivus {adj} [Medieval Latin] :: discursive
discursor {m} :: A person who runs about (is constantly on the move)
discursurus {v} :: about to run to and fro, roam
discursus {m} :: running about (or to and fro)
discus {m} :: a discus, quoit
discus {m} :: a dish shaped like a discus
discus {m} :: disc of a sundial
discussio {f} :: shaking
discussio {f} [Later Latin] :: examination, discussion, especially a revision of the public accounts in the provinces
discussio {f} [Ecclesiastical Latin] :: judgement
discussurus {v} :: about to shatter, dissipate, scatter
discussus {v} :: shattered, dissipated, scattered
discutiendus {v} :: which is to be shattered, dissipated, scattered
discutiens {v} :: shattering, dissipating, scattering
discutio {v} :: I strike down
discutio {v} :: I shatter
discutio {v} :: I dissipate
discutio {v} :: I scatter or disperse
disertissimus {adj} :: most or very eloquent
disertitudo {f} :: eloquence
disertus {adj} :: skilled in speaking, eloquent
disgregans {v} :: Separating, coming apart
disgregatio {f} :: dispersal
disgregatio {f} :: separation
disgregatio {f} :: disintegration
disgrego {v} :: I separate, divide
disicio {v} :: I throw or drive asunder; scatter, disperse, break up, divide; dishevel
disicio {v} [military] :: I disperse, scatter or rout the enemy
disicio {v} :: I destroy, bring to naught; thwart, overthrow, frustrate
disidium {n} [Medieval Latin] :: alternative spelling of discidium
disiecto {v} :: I scatter, disperse
disiectus {v} :: scattered, dispersed
disiugo {v} :: alternative form of dīiugō
disiuncte {adv} :: separately, distinctly, disjunctively
disiunctim {adv} :: separately (separated in time)
disiunctio {f} :: separation
disiunctio {f} :: disjunction
disiunctior {adj} :: more separated or divided
disiunctior {adj} :: more different
disiunctissime {adv} :: superlative of disiūncte
disiunctissimus {adj} :: most or very separated, divided
disiunctius {adv} :: comparative of disiūncte
disiunctivus {adj} :: placed in opposition; disjunctive
disiuncturus {v} :: about to separate, divide
disiunctus {v} :: separated, divided
disiungendus {v} :: which is to be separated, divided
disiungens {v} :: separating, dividing
disiungo {v} :: I disjoin, disunite, separate, part, divide
disiungo {v} [of cattle] :: I unharness, unyoke
disiurgium {n} :: difference, quarrel
disjecto {v} :: alternative spelling of disiectō
disjectus {v} :: alternative form of disiectus
disjicio {v} :: alternative form of disicio
disjunctim {adv} :: alternative form of disiunctim
disjunctio {f} :: alternative form of disiunctio
disjunctivus {adj} :: alternative form of disiunctivus
disjunctus {v} :: alternative form of disiunctus
disjunctus {v} :: separated, distinct (as a taxonomic epithet)
disjungo {v} :: alternative form of disiungo
disjurgium {n} :: alternative form of disiurgium
dispar {adj} :: unlike, dissimilar, different, unequal
disparandus {v} :: which is to be separated or divided
disparans {v} :: separating
disparaturus {v} :: about to separate
disparatus {v} :: divided, separated, having been divided
disparendus {v} :: which is to be vanished, disappeared
disparens {v} :: vanishing, disappearing
dispareo {v} :: I vanish, disappear
disparilis {adj} :: separated, divided
disparitas {f} :: difference, disparity, discrepancy
dispariturus {v} :: about to vanish, disappear
disparitus {v} :: vanished, disappeared
disparo {v} :: I separate, divide
dispartio {v} :: I divide (up)
dispartio {v} :: I distribute
dispartio {v} :: I assign
dispatens {adj} :: open in different directions
dispatens {adj} :: accessible from different directions
dispecto {v} :: I consider, contemplate, examine
dispecto {v} :: I perceive, discern, discover
dispecturus {v} :: about to perceive, discover, consider
dispectus {v} :: perceived, discovered, considered
dispello {vt} :: I drive asunder, scatter, disperse
dispello {vt} [figuratively] :: I drive away, scatter, dispel, put an end to
dispendium {n} :: expense, cost
dispendium {n} :: loss
dispensandus {v} :: which is to be dispensed; managed
dispensans {v} :: dispensing; managing
dispensatio {f} :: management, administration, stewardship
dispensatio {f} :: dispensation
dispensator {m} :: steward, attendant
dispensator {m} :: treasurer
dispensator {m} :: dispenser
dispensatrix {f} :: steward, dispenser (female)
dispensatrix {f} :: housekeeper
dispensaturus {v} :: about to dispense; manage
dispensatus {v} :: dispensed; managed
dispenso {v} :: I dispense, distribute
dispenso {v} :: I manage
disperdendus {v} :: which is to be destroyed
disperdens {v} :: destroying, ruining
disperdo {v} :: I destroy or ruin
dispereo {vi} :: I am destroyed, perish; go completely to ruin, am lost or undone
dispergendus {v} :: which is to be scattered
dispergens {v} :: scattering
dispergo {v} :: I scatter (about) or disperse
disperiens {v} :: perishing
disperiturus {v} :: about to perish
disperitus {v} :: perished
dispersim {adv} :: sporadically
dispersim {adv} :: here and there
dispersio {f} :: scattering, dispersion
dispersio {f} :: destruction
dispersurus {v} :: about to scatter
dispersus {v} :: scattered (about), dispersed
dispertiendus {v} :: which is to be distributed
dispertiens {v} :: distributing
dispertio {v} :: I divide (up)
dispertio {v} :: I distribute
dispertio {v} :: I assign
dispertitio {f} :: division, distribution
dispertitio {f} :: destruction
dispertiturus {v} :: about to distribute
dispertitus {v} :: divided (up)
dispertitus {v} :: distributed
dispertitus {v} :: assigned
dispiciendus {v} :: which is to be perceived, discovered, considered
dispiciens {v} :: perceiving, discovering, considering
dispicio {v} :: I look through or about
dispicio {v} :: I discern or perceive
dispicio {v} :: I discover
dispicio {v} :: I consider
displicandus {v} :: which is to be scattered
displicans {v} :: scattering
displicaturus {v} :: about to scatter
displicatus {v} :: scattered
displiceo {v} :: I displease
displiceo {v} :: I am displeased
displico {v} [Late Latin] :: I scatter
displosio {f} :: explosion
disponendus {v} :: which is to be disposed
disponens {v} :: disposing, distributing, arranging
dispono {v} :: I dispose, distribute or arrange
disponsatio {f} :: marriage, espousal
dispositio {f} :: a regular disposition, arrangement; management, direction
dispositor {m} :: disposer
dispositura {f} :: disposition, arrangement
dispositurus {v} :: about to dispose
dispositus {v} :: disposed, distributed, arranged
dispungo {v} :: I check off the credits and debits of an account
dispungo {v} :: I examine, revise an account
disputandus {v} :: which is to be estimated, debated, preached
disputans {v} :: estimating
disputans {v} :: debating
disputans {v} :: preaching
disputatio {f} :: arguing, reasoning, discussing, debating
disputatio {f} :: argument, debate, dispute
disputaturus {v} :: about to estimate, debate, preach
disputatus {v} :: estimated, debated, preached
disputo {v} :: I estimate or compute
disputo {v} :: I discuss, debate or argue
disputo {v} :: I preach
disquaero {v} :: alternative form of disquiro
disquirendus {v} :: which is to be investigated
disquirens {v} :: investigating
disquiro {v} :: I investigate
disquisitio {f} :: inquiry, investigation
disrumpens {v} :: alternative form of dirumpens
disrumpo {v} :: alternative form of dirumpo
disruptus {v} :: alternative form of diruptus
diss. {v} [pharmacy] :: abbreviation of dissolve
diss. {adj} :: abbreviation of dissensus
diss. {adj} :: abbreviation of dīvīsus
diss. {m} :: abbreviation of dissensus
diss. {m} :: abbreviation of dīvīsus
dissecandus {v} :: which is to be dissected
dissecans {v} :: dissecting
disseco {v} :: I cut into pieces; I dissect, dismember
dissectio {f} :: dissection
dissectio {f} :: dismemberment
dissecturus {v} :: about to dissect
dissectus {v} :: dissected
disseminandus {v} :: which is to be disseminated
disseminans {v} :: disseminating
disseminatio {f} :: sowing
disseminatio {f} :: dissemination
disseminaturus {v} :: about to disseminate
disseminatus {v} :: broadcast, disseminated
dissemino {v} :: I broadcast, disseminate
dissensio {f} :: disagreement, quarrel
dissensio {f} :: dissension, conflict
dissensurus {v} :: about to dissent
dissensus {m} :: disagreement, quarrel
dissensus {m} :: dissension, conflict
dissensus {adj} :: different
dissensus {adj} :: differing
dissentiendus {v} :: which is to be dissented
dissentiens {v} :: dissenting
dissentio {v} :: I dissent, disagree or differ
disserendus {v} :: which is to be sown
disserens {v} :: sowing
disserens {v} :: discussing, arguing
disseriturus {v} :: about to sow
disseritus {v} :: scattered, sown
disseritus {v} :: planted
dissero {v} :: I scatter or sow seed
dissero {v} :: I plant
dissero {v} :: I examine, argue, discuss, treat
dissertatio {f} :: (spoken) dissertation, discourse, disquisition
disserto {v} :: I discuss, argue, dispute
disserturus {v} :: about to dispose
dissertus {v} :: arranged, disposed
dissertus {v} :: explained
dissesurus {v} :: about to disagree
dissesurus {v} :: about to divide
dissesus {v} :: disagreed
dissesus {v} :: divided
dissico {v} :: alternative form of disseco
dissidendus {v} :: which is to be divided
dissidens {v} :: disagreeing
dissidens {v} :: dividing
dissideo {v} :: I sit apart; I am divided, separate or remote from
dissideo {v} :: I disagree, think differently
dissideo {v} :: I am unlike, different or dissimilar; differ, disagree
dissidium {n} :: alternative form of discidium
dissiliendus {v} :: which is to be nurst apart
dissiliens {v} :: bursting apart
dissilio {v} :: I burst asunder, fly apart
dissiliturus {v} :: about to burst apart
dissilitus {v} :: nurst apart
dissimilaris {adj} :: unlike, dissimilar, different
dissimilaritas {f} :: dissimilarity, difference
dissimilis {adj} :: unlike, dissimilar, different
dissimilissime {adv} :: superlative of dissimiliter
dissimiliter {adv} :: differently, in a different manner
dissimilitudo {f} :: unlikeness, difference, dissimilitude
dissimilius {adv} :: comparative of dissimiliter
dissimillimus {adj} :: most or very different
dissimulandus {v} :: which is to be dissimulated or feigned
dissimulandus {v} :: which is to be concealed or hidden
dissimulans {v} :: dissembling
dissimulanter {adv} :: dissemblingly, secretly
dissimulatio {f} :: a dissembling, concealing, disguising, dissimulation
dissimulator {f} :: a dissembler, concealer
dissimulatus {v} :: dissembled
dissimulo {v} :: I conceal, hide, or dissimulate a state of mind
dissimulo {v} :: I dissemble or disguise
dissimulo {v} :: I disregard, neglect, or ignore
dissimus {adj} :: alternative form of dīvissimus
dissipandus {v} :: which is to be scattered, dispersed, squandered
dissipans {v} :: scattering, dispersing, dissipating, squandering
dissipatio {f} :: scattering, dispersal
dissipatio {f} :: destruction, annihilation
dissipaturus {v} :: about to scatter, disperse, squander
dissipatus {v} :: scattered, dispersed, dissipated, squandered
dissipo {v} :: I scatter, disperse, dissipate or squander
dissiturus {v} :: about to scatter
dissitus {v} :: scattered
dissociabilis {adj} :: irreconcilable, incompatible
dissolutio {f} :: destruction, abolition, dissolution
dissolutio {f} :: refutation
dissolutio {f} [rhetoric] :: asyndeton
dissolutissimus {adj} :: most or very loose, lax, negligent etc
dissoluturus {v} :: about to unloose
dissolutus {v} :: dissolved, destroyed
dissolutus {v} :: discharged
dissolutus {v} :: abolished
dissolutus {v} :: refuted
dissolutus {adj} :: loose, lax, negligent
dissolutus {adj} :: dissolute
dissolvendus {v} :: which is to be unloosed
dissolvens {v} :: unloosing
dissolvo {v} :: I unloose, disunite, separate, dissolve or destroy
dissolvo {v} :: I pay or discharge (a debt etc.)
dissolvo {v} :: I abolish, abrogate or annul
dissolvo {v} :: I refute
dissonantia {f} :: dissonance, discrepancy
dissono {vi} :: I disagree in sound, I am dissonant or disharmonious
dissono {vi} [figuratively] :: I am in disharmony, disagree, differ
dissonus {adj} :: dissonant, discordant, confused
dissonus {adj} :: disagreeing, different
dissonus {adj} :: jarring
dissuadens {v} :: dissuading
dissuadeo {v} :: I urge differently, advise against, dissuade, oppose by argument, resist
dissuasurus {v} :: about to dissuade
dissuendus {v} :: which is to be unstitched
dissuens {v} :: unstitching
dissumulantissime {adv} :: superlative of dissumulanter
dissumulantius {adv} :: comparative of dissumulanter
dissuo {v} :: I unstitch
dissuo {v} :: I rip open
dissupandus {v} :: alternative form of dissipandus
dissupans {v} :: alternative form of dissipans
dissupaturus {v} :: alternative form of dissipaturus
dissupatus {v} :: alternative form of dissipatus
dissupo {v} :: alternative form of dissipo
dissuturus {v} :: about to unstitch
dissutus {v} :: unstitched
dissutus {v} :: ripped open
distans {v} :: standing apart
distans {v} :: being distant
distantia {f} :: distance, remoteness
distantia {f} :: difference, diversity
distendendus {v} :: which is to be distended
distendens {v} :: distending
distendo {v} :: I stretch out, extend
distendo {v} :: I swell or distend
distentio {f} :: spasm
distentio {f} :: distortion, distension
distenturus {v} :: about to separate
distentus {v} :: stretched out, extended
distentus {v} :: swollen, distended
distentus {v} :: divided, separated
distentus {v} :: distracted
disterminandus {v} :: which is to be divided
disterminans {v} :: dividing, separating
disterminaturus {v} :: about to divide
disterminatus {v} :: divided
distermino {v} :: I divide (serve as a boundary)
distermino {v} :: I separate (from)
distichon {m} :: couplet (two-line verse)
distillandus {v} :: alternative form of destillandus
distillans {v} :: alternative form of destillans
distillatio {f} :: runny nose
distillatio {f} :: distillation
distillaturus {v} :: alternative form of destillaturus
distillatus {v} :: alternative form of destillatus
distillo {v} :: alternative form of destillo
distinctio {f} :: difference, distinction
distinctio {f} [grammar] :: sign of interpunction, punctuation mark
distinctior {adj} :: more distinct, separate
distinctior {adj} :: more definite, lucid
distinctissimus {adj} :: most or very distinct
distinctissimus {adj} :: most or very definite
distincturus {v} :: about to distinguish
distinctus {adj} :: distinct, separate
distinctus {adj} :: definite, lucid
distinendus {v} :: which is to be divided or separated or split
distinens {v} :: separating
distineo {v} :: I hold or keep apart; divide, separate, split
distineo {v} [of the mind] :: I divide, split, distract, perplex
distineo {v} :: I hold off, keep back, hold up; detain, hinder, prevent
distineo {v} :: I occupy, engage, divert, employ
distinguendus {v} :: which is to be distinguished
distinguens {v} :: distinguishing
distinguo {v} :: I distinguish, separate, divide or part
distinguo {v} :: I adorn or decorate
disto {vi} :: I stand apart; I am distant
distorquendus {v} :: which is to be distorted
distorquens {v} :: distorting
distorqueo {v} :: I turn different ways, twist, distort
distorqueo {v} :: I torment, torture
distortio {f} :: a distorting, contortion
distortissimus {adj} :: most or very distorted
distorturus {v} :: about to distort
distortus {v} :: distorted
distractio {f} :: A dragging apart; a pulling away; an act of separating or dividing
distractio {f} [figuratively] :: Something that causes people to turn away from each other or their activity; discord; a distraction
distracturus {v} :: about to divide, scatter etc
distractus {v} :: divided, scattered; sold
distrahendus {v} :: which is to be divided, scattered; sold
distrahens {v} :: dividing, scattering; selling
distraho {v} :: I draw, pull or drag asunder; tear in pieces, separate forcibly, divide; scatter
distraho {v} :: I sell separately (in parcels), retail; sell [in general]
distraho {v} :: I draw in different directions; divide, distract, perplex
distraho {v} :: I separate in sentiment, estrange, alienate
distribuendus {v} :: which is to be distributed
distribuens {v} :: distributing
distribuo {v} :: I divide or distribute
distribuo {v} :: I assign
distribute {adv} :: orderly, methodically
distributio {f} :: division, distribution
distributissime {adv} :: superlative of distribūte
distributius {adv} :: comparative of distribūte
distributurus {v} :: about to distribute
distributus {v} :: divided, distributed
districtivus {adj} [medicine] :: dissolving
districtus {adj} :: busy, stretched (pulled in different directions)
distringo {v} :: I stretch out or apart
distringo {v} :: I detain
distringo {v} :: I distract
disturbandus {v} :: which is to be disturbed
disturbans {v} :: disturbing
disturbaturus {v} :: about to disturb
disturbatus {v} :: disturbed
disturbo {v} :: I disturb
disturbo {v} :: I demolish, destroy
diæta {f} :: alternative typography of diaeta
ditandus {v} :: which is to be enriched
ditans {v} :: enriching
diætarius {m} :: alternative typography of diaetārius
ditaturus {v} :: about to enrich
ditatus {v} :: enriched
ditio {f} :: alternative form of dicio
ditior {adj} :: richer, wealthier
ditior {adj} :: more sumptuous
ditissimus {adj} :: richest
ditissimus {adj} :: very rich
dito {v} :: I enrich
diu {adv} :: continually, all day
diu {adv} :: long, long while, for a long time
diu {adv} :: long enough
Diudituslaus {prop} {m} :: given name cognate to Držislav
Dium {prop} {n} :: One of the leading towns of Macedonia
Dium {prop} {n} :: A city in the peninsula of Acte
diurnalis {adj} :: diurnal (of the day; that takes place during the day)
diurnus {adj} :: of the day
diurnus {adj} :: daily
diurnus {m} :: day (medieval Latin only)
dius {adj} :: alternative form of divus
diutinus {adj} :: long-lasting
diutissime {adv} :: superlative of diū
diutius {adv} :: for longer; for a longer time; comparative of diū
diuturnior {adj} :: longer-lasting
diuturnitas {f} :: long duration
diuturnitas {f} :: durability
diuturnus {adj} :: long-lasting
divagandus {v} :: which is to be wandered
divagans {v} :: wandering
divagaturus {v} :: about to wander
divagatus {v} :: wandered
divagor {v} :: I wander, wander about
divaricandus {v} :: which is to be spread out
divaricans {v} :: spreading out
divaricaturus {v} :: about to spread out
divaricatus {v} :: spread out
divarico {v} :: I spread out
divellendus {v} :: which is to be rent
divellens {v} :: rending
divello {v} :: I rend or tear apart
divello {v} :: I estrange, alienate
divendendus {v} :: which is to be retailed
divendens {v} :: retailing
divenditurus {v} :: about to retail
divenditus {v} :: retailed
divendo {v} :: I retail (sell in small lots)
diverbium {n} [theatre] :: dialogue, colloquy
divergendus {v} :: which is to be diverged
divergens {v} :: diverging
divergeo {v} :: I diverge
divergiturus {v} :: about to diverge
divergitus {v} :: diverged
diverse {adv} :: in different directions; hither and thither
diverse {adv} [figuratively] :: variously
diversicolor {adj} :: Having diverse colours
diversimodus {m} :: diverse mode
diversissimus {adj} :: most or very diverse or different
diversitas {f} :: contradiction
diversitas {f} :: diversity, difference
diversorium {n} :: alternative form of deversorium
diversurus {v} :: about to divert
diversus {adj} :: opposite
diversus {adj} :: separate, apart
diversus {adj} :: diverse, different
diversus {adj} :: hostile
divertendus {v} :: which is to be diverted
divertens {v} :: separating
divertens {v} :: diverting
divertens {v} :: digressing
divertens {v} :: opposing
divertens {v} :: divorcing
diverticulum {n} :: alternative form of deverticulum ("byroad")
diverticulum {n} [anatomy, New Latin, exclusively as diverticulum] :: A small growth off an organ of a body; diverticulum
diverto {v} :: I separate
diverto {v} :: I divert or turn away
diverto {v} :: I digress
diverto {v} :: I oppose
diverto {v} :: I divorce
diverto {v} :: (figurative) I visit, live, spend time
dives {adj} :: rich, wealthy
dives {adj} [of land] :: productive, fertile
dives {adj} :: talented
dives {m} :: a rich man (substantive of dives)
divexandus {v} :: which is to be harassed
divexans {v} :: harassing
divexaturus {v} :: about to harass
divexatus {v} :: harassed
divexo {v} :: I pull along, this way and that
divexo {v} :: I harass, plunder
Diviciacus {prop} {m} :: A friend of Caesar of the tribe of the Aedui
Diviciacus {prop} {m} :: A chief of the Suessiones
divide et impera {proverb} :: divide and rule
dividendus {v} :: which is to be divided
dividens {v} :: dividing, separating
dividens {v} :: distributing, apportioning
dividens {v} :: distinguishing
dividia {f} :: division; discord, dissension
dividia {f} :: disquiet, trouble, vexation, distress
dividium {n} [New Latin] :: half
divido {v} :: I divide, separate
divido {v} :: I distribute, apportion
divido {v} :: I distinguish as separate
dividundus {v} :: alternative form of dividendus
dividus {adj} :: divided, separated
dividuus {adj} :: divisible
dividuus {adj} :: divided, separated
divinandus {v} :: which is to be divined
divinans {v} :: foreseeing, foretelling, divining
divinans {v} :: prophesying
divinans {v} :: guessing
divinatio {f} :: divination, prophecy
divinaturus {v} :: about to divine
divinatus {v} :: divined
divine {adv} :: prophetically, by divine inspiration
divine {adv} :: divinely, admirably
divinior {adj} :: more divine or godlike
divinissime {adv} :: superlative of dīvīne
divinitas {f} :: divinity, Godhead, godhood
divinitas {f} [by extension] :: the power of divination
divinitus {adv} :: from heaven, from a deity, by inspiration
divinitus {adv} :: divinely, admirably
divinius {adv} :: comparative of dīvīne
divino {v} :: I foresee, foretell, divine
divino {v} :: I prophesy
divino {v} :: I guess
divinus {adj} :: divine, of a deity, superhuman, supernatural
divise {adv} :: distinctly, separately
divisibilis {adj} :: divisible
divisibilitas {f} [mathematics] :: divisibility
divisim {adv} :: separately
divisio {f} :: division
divisio {f} :: distribution
divisor {m} :: divider
divisor {m} :: distributor (especially of bribes)
divissimus {adj} :: Most or very divine, blessed
divisura {f} :: division by cutting; cut, incision
divisura {f} [of a tree] :: the fork; branching
divisurus {v} :: about to divide
divisus {v} :: divided, separated
divisus {v} :: distributed, apportioned
divitia {f} :: wealth, riches
divitiae {fp} [pluralonly] :: riches, wealth
Divodurum {prop} {n} :: A city of Gallia Belgica, now Metz
divolgo {v} :: alternative form of divulgo
divorse {adv} :: alternative spelling of diverse
divortium {n} :: separation
divortium {n} :: divorce
divulgandus {v} :: which is to be divulged
divulgans {v} :: divulging
divulgatio {f} :: A publishing or spreading about; divulgation
divulgaturus {v} :: about to divulge
divulgatus {v} :: divulged
divulgo {v} :: I spread among the people, make common, publish, divulge
divulsio {f} :: tearing apart; separating
divulsurus {v} :: about to rend
divulsus {v} :: rent or torn apart
divulsus {v} :: estranged, alienated
divum {n} :: sky
divum {n} :: open air
divus {adj} :: of or belonging to a deity; divine
divus {adj} :: godlike, godly
divus {m} :: god, fairy
dæmon {noun} :: alternative form of daemon
do {v} :: I give
do {v} :: I offer, render
do {v} :: I yield, surrender, concede
Doberes {prop} {m} :: A tribe who lived in a district of Paeonia
dobrogicus {adj} :: Danube (attributive)
Dobrosclavus {prop} {m} :: given name cognate to Dobroslav
Dobuni {prop} {mp} :: A tribe of Britannia mentioned by Ptolemy
docendus {v} :: which is to be taught, instructed
docendus {v} [drama] :: which is to be rehearsed, presented on stage
docens {v} :: teaching, instructing
docens {v} [drama] :: rehearsing, presenting on stage
doceo {v} :: I teach, instruct; tell, inform; show, demonstrate
doceo {v} [drama] :: I rehearse, present on stage
docibilis {adj} :: teachable
docilis {adj} :: docile, teachable
docilis {adj} :: manageable, tractable
docilis {adj} :: intelligible
docilitas {f} :: docility
docilitas {f} :: gentleness
docis {f} [astronomy] :: a meteor in the form of a beam
Doclea {prop} {f} :: A city of Dalmatia, whose ruins are situated not far from Podgorica
doctior {adj} :: wiser, more learned, experienced, etc
doctissimus {adj} :: most or very educated etc
doctor {m} :: teacher, instructor
doctor {m} [Ecclesiastical Latin] :: catechist
doctorandus {v} [of a person] :: who is to be awarded a doctorate
doctoro {vt} [Medieval Latin] :: I award (a person) a doctorate
doctoro {vi} [Medieval Latin] :: I attain a doctorate
doctrina {f} :: teaching, instruction
doctrina {f} :: doctrine
doctrina {f} :: learning, erudition
doctrinalis {adj} :: theoretical
doctrinalis {adj} :: doctrinal
doctrix {f} :: teacher, instructor, trainer (female)
docturus {v} :: about to teach, instruct
docturus {v} [drama] :: about to rehearse, present on stage
doctus {v} :: having been taught, instructed
doctus {v} [drama] :: having been rehearsed, presented on stage
documentum {n} :: lesson
documentum {n} :: instruction
documentum {n} :: warning
dodecaedron {n} :: dodecahedron
Dodona {prop} {f} [historical] :: Dodona, an town and religious shrine in ancient Greece
Dodona {prop} {f} :: Dodoni, the modern Greek town at the site of ancient Dodona
Dodonaeus {adj} [historical] :: Dodonaean: of, from, or related to Dodona, a town and religious shrine of ancient Greece, or its modern counterpart Dodoni
dodrans {f} :: three-quarters (nine-twelfths) (especially of a foot, or of an hour)
dodrans {f} :: A book of debts introduced by the lex Valeria feneratoria
dodrantarius {adj} :: Of or pertaining to the dodrans
doga {noun} :: vat
doga {noun} :: vessel
dogma {n} :: A philosophic tenet, doctrine, dogma
dogma {n} :: A decree, order
dogmaticus {adj} :: dogmatic
dogmatizo {v} [Late Latin] :: I propound a dogma, dogmatize
doguricus {adj} :: Dogri
Dolabella {prop} {m} :: A Roman cognomen — famously held by:
Dolabella {prop} {m} :: Gnaeus Cornelius Dolabella, a Roman consul
dolabra {f} :: pickaxe
dolabratus {adj} :: mattock-shaped
dolamen {n} :: hewing
dolatus {v} :: hewn, fashioned
dolatus {v} :: devised
dolba {f} [Late Latin] :: caterpillar
dolendus {v} :: which is to be suffered
dolendus {v} :: which is to be lamented
dolens {v} :: hurting, suffering
dolens {v} :: lamenting, grieving
dolenter {adv} :: with pain or sorrow, painfully
dolentissime {adv} :: superlative of dolenter
dolentius {adv} :: comparative of dolenter
doleo {v} :: I hurt, suffer (physical pain)
doleo {v} :: I grieve for, lament, deplore
dolium {n} :: a large earthenware vessel; hogshead
dolo {v} :: I hew, chop into shape, fashion, devise
Dolonci {prop} {mp} :: A tribe of Thrace mentioned by Pliny
Dolopes {prop} {m} :: A tribe who lived in a mountainous district of Thessaly
Dolopia {prop} {f} [geography] :: The southwestern region of Thessaly
dolor {m} :: pain, ache, hurt
dolor {m} :: anguish, grief, sorrow
dolor {m} :: indignation, resentment, anger
dolorosus {adj} [Late Latin] :: painful; full of sorrow, sorrowful
dolositas {f} :: guile, deceit
dolosus {adj} :: crafty, cunning, deceitful
dolsa {f} :: clove of garlic
dolus {m} :: trickery, deception
doma {n} :: roof
doma {n} :: house, dwelling
Domagous {prop} {m} :: given name cognate to Domagoj
domans {v} :: Taming, breaking
domans {v} :: Subduing, conquering, vanquishing
domesticatim {adv} :: at home
domesticus {adj} :: Of the house; domestic; familiar; native
domesticus {adj} [New Latin] :: Used as a species epithet
domi {adv} :: At home, in the house
domicilium {n} :: A habitation, dwelling, domicile, abode, home
domina {f} :: lady or mistress of the house
dominandus {v} :: which is to be dominated
Domina Nostra {f} :: Literally "Our Lady", a title for the Virgin Mary
dominans {v} :: domineering
dominans {v} :: dominating
dominans {v} :: ruling
dominantia {f} :: dominance
dominatio {f} :: rule, dominion
dominatio {f} :: mastery, power
dominatio {f} :: domination
dominatio {f} :: domain
dominatio {f} :: despotism
dominator {m} :: ruler
dominator {m} :: lord
dominatus {v} :: having lorded, dominated, ruled
dominatus {m} :: Absolute power
dominatus {m} :: Rule
domingensis {adj} :: Santo Domingo (attributive)
Dominica {prop} {f} [New Latin] :: Dominica
dominicalis {adj} :: Of or pertaining to Sunday, the "day of the Lord"; dominical
dominicanus {adj} :: Dominican
dominicus {adj} [rare, does not occur in Cicero’s works] :: of or belonging to a lord or master
dominicus {adj} [since the formation of the Empire] :: imperial
dominicus {adj} [Ecclesiastical Latin] :: the Lord’s, God’s
domininus {adj} :: Very strong
dominium {n} :: feast, banquet
dominium {n} :: rule, dominion
dominium {n} :: ownership
dominor {v} :: I am lord and/or master or have dominion, domineer
dominor {v} :: I dominate, rule, reign, govern
dominulus {adj} :: mistress, master (depending on gender) (attributive)
dominus {m} :: a master, possessor, ruler, lord, proprietor
dominus {m} :: an owner of a residence; the master of its servants and slaves
dominus {m} :: the master of a feast, the entertainer, host
dominus {m} :: the master of a play or of public games, the employer of players or gladiators
dominus {m} :: sir [greeting]
Dominus {prop} {m} [religion] :: The Lord, the God of Abraham and the Hebrew Tanakh; [Christian] God the Father
domiporta {f} :: snail
Domitius {prop} {m} :: a Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name" famously held by:
Domitius {prop} {m} :: Gnaeus Domitius Ahenobarbus, a Roman consul
domito {v} [rare] :: I tame
domitor {m} :: tamer, breaker (of horses etc)
domitor {m} :: subduer, vanquisher, conqueror
domitus {v} :: tamed
domitus {v} :: subdued, conquered, vanquished
Dommagous {prop} {m} :: given name cognate to Domagoj
domnus {m} :: lord
domnus {m} :: master
domo {v} :: I tame, break
domo {v} :: I subdue, conquer, vanquish
Domogous {prop} {m} :: given name cognate to Domagoj
Domosol {prop} {m} :: given name cognate to Domagoj
domuncula {f} :: small house; cottage, lodge
domus {f} :: house, home
domus {f} [poetic] :: any building or abode
domus {f} :: native place, one's country or home (confer patria)
domus {f} :: household, family, race
domus equestris {f} :: an apartment with windows facing both the street and an interior courtyard
donandus {v} :: which is to be given
donans {v} :: giving
donarium {n} :: The part of a temple where votive offerings were made
donatio {f} :: A donation, gift
donatio {f} :: An instance of giving, presenting
donativum {n} :: financial gratuity given to Roman soldiers at the accession of the Emperor, later than Augustus
donativum {n} [rare] :: financial gratuity given to Roman soldiers on occasion of a triumph in the Republican era
donativum {n} [ecclesiastical] :: gift
donaturus {v} :: about to give
donatus {v} :: given
donatus {v} :: bestowed, granted
donatus {v} :: forgiven, pardoned
donax {m} :: reed
donax {m} :: A kind of marine fish
donax {m} :: The male scallop or pecten
donec {conj} :: while, as long as, until, denotes the relation of two actions at the same time
dono {v} :: I give (a present)
dono {v} :: I bestow, grant
dono {v} :: I forgive, pardon
donum {n} :: gift, present
Donusa {prop} {f} :: A small island near Naxos
Dora {prop} {f} :: A town of Phoenicia situated near Mount Carmel
dorcas {f} :: An antelope or gazelle
Dordalus {prop} {m} :: given name, character in the play Persa of Plautus
doricus {adj} :: Doric
Dorippa {prop} {m} :: given name, character in the play Mercator of Plautus
doris {f} :: A kind of bugloss
Doris {f} [geography] :: A small region of ancient Greece
Doriscus {prop} {m} :: a town of Thrace situated on the right side of the Hebrus
Dorium {prop} {n} :: a town of Messenia, situated on the road from Andania to Cyparissia
dormiendus {v} :: which is to be slept through (spent in sleep)
dormiens {v} :: sleeping
dormio {v} :: I sleep
dormisco {v} :: I fall asleep
dormitatio {f} :: sleep, slumber
dormitio {f} :: sleep, sleeping
dormito {v} :: I feel sleepy, drowsy
dormito {v} :: I do nothing
dormitorium {n} :: a sleeping-room, dormitory
dormiturus {v} :: about to sleep
dorsalis {adj} :: dorsal; of or pertaining to the back
dorsatus {adj} :: ridged
dorsum {n} [anatomy] :: back, part of the body between the neck and buttocks
dorsum {n} [figuratively] :: ridge, summit
dorycnion {n} :: A kind of poisonous plant
doryphora {noun} [New Latin, biology] :: alternative name of leptinotarsa: the Colorado beetle and related species
doryphora {noun} [New Latin, botany] :: The yellow sassafras and related species
dos {f} :: dowry
dos {f} :: gift, endowment, talent
dosis {f} [Late Latin] :: dose
dotandus {v} :: which is to be endowed
dotans {v} :: endowing
dotatio {f} :: endowment
dotaturus {v} :: about to endow
dotatus {v} :: endowed
doto {v} :: I endow
dracaena {f} :: a she-dragon
dracco {noun} :: alternative spelling of draco
drachma {f} :: drachma (Ancient Greek coin, one hundredth of a mina)
drachuma {f} [old form] :: alternative form of drachma
draco {m} :: A dragon; a kind of snake or serpent
draco {m} :: The standard of a Roman cohort, shaped like an Egyptian crocodile ('dragon') head
draco {m} :: The astronomical constellation Draco, in Latin also called Anguis or Serpens
draco {m} :: (ecclesiastic) The Devil
Draco {prop} {m} :: The name of an Athenian lawgiver, known for the severity of his laws
Draco {prop} {m} :: One of Actaeon's hounds
draconigena {mf} :: dragon-born, someone or something born of a dragon
dracontia {f} :: A precious stone, said to be found in the heads of serpents
dracontium {n} :: dragonwort; either Dracunculus vulgaris or Arum dracunculus
dracunculus {m} :: a small dragon or serpent
dracunculus {m} :: a thread twisted like a serpent
dracunculus {m} :: a sort of fish, dragonet
dracunculus {m} :: tarragon
dragma {f} :: drachma (coin)
drama {n} :: drama, play
drapeta {m} :: a runaway slave
drappus {m} [Late Latin] :: piece of cloth
drapus {m} :: alternative spelling of drappus
draucus {m} [vulgar] :: sodomite
dravidicus {adj} :: Dravidian
dravoca {f} :: darnel, cockle, tare
Dravus {prop} {m} :: The river Drava
drenso {vi} [of swans] :: I cry
Drepanum {prop} {n} :: a city in Sicily, situated on the western point of the island, now Trapani
drimyphagia {f} :: eating acrid (burnt) food
drindio {vi} [of weasels] :: I cry
drino {m} :: A kind of big fish
Drino {prop} {m} :: A river of Dalmatia that flows into the Adriatic Sea, now the Drin
dromedaria {f} :: dromedary
dromedaria {f} :: camel
dromedarius {m} [Late Latin] :: A kind of camel
dromo {m} :: A kind of shellfish
dromo {m} :: A kind of vessell
dropax {m} :: a pitch ointment, a depilatory
drosolithus {m} :: An unknown precious stone
Druentia {prop} {m} :: A river of Gallia, now Durance
Drugeri {prop} {mp} :: A tribe of Thrace mentioned by Pliny
Druidae {prop} {mp} :: the Druids
Druides {prop} {mp} :: the Druids
Druma {prop} {m} :: A river in Gallia Narbonensis, now Drôme
drungus {m} [Late Latin] :: A troop
drupa {f} [botany] :: drupe
Drusus {prop} {m} :: surname
Dryas {f} [Greek mythology] :: a woodnymph, a dryad (a nymph whose life is bound up with that of her tree)
Dryas {f} :: a druidess
Dryas {prop} {m} :: the father of Lycurgus and king of Thrace
Dryas {prop} {m} :: one of the Lapithae
Dryas {prop} {m} :: a companion of Meleager in the Calydonian Hunt, son of Ares and brother of Tereus
dryitis {f} [mineralogy] :: a kind of precious stone (of uncertain type)
Drymaea {prop} {f} :: a town of Phocis situated near the borders with Doris
Dryopes {prop} {m} :: One of the aboriginal tribes of Greece, which dwelt in a territory called Dryopis
dryophonon {n} :: a kind of fern
Dryopis {f} [geography] :: A district of Ancient Greece inhabited by the Dryopes
dryopteris {f} :: a kind of fern, possibly a wood fern
Drysidae {prop} {mp} :: the Druids
ds. {abbr} :: dictus (called)
duabus sellis sedeo {v} :: to fall between two stools, keep in with both parties, to sit on two stools, to wear two hats
dualis {adj} :: dual
dubietas {f} :: doubt, uncertainty
dubiosus {adj} :: doubtful, dubious
Dubis {prop} {m} :: A river that flows in France and Switzerland, the Doubs
dubitabilis {adj} :: doubtful
dubitabundus {adj} :: doubtful (full of doubts)
dubitandus {v} :: which is to be doubted or questioned
dubitandus {v} :: which is to be deliberated or considered
dubitans {v} :: wavering
dubitans {v} :: hesitating
dubitans {v} :: deliberating
dubitanter {adv} :: doubtingly; doubtfully
dubitanter {adv} :: with hesitance, hesitatingly
dubitantissime {adv} :: superlative of dubitanter
dubitantius {adv} :: comparative of dubitanter
dubitatio {f} :: doubt, uncertainty
dubitatio {f} :: wavering, hesitation
dubitatio {f} :: questioning
dubitator {m} :: A doubter
dubitaturus {v} :: about to doubt
dubitatus {v} :: doubted, having been doubted
dubito {v} :: I waver (in opinion), am uncertain, doubt, question, am in doubt
dubito {v} :: I waver (in coming to a decision), hesitate, delay
dubito {v} :: I reflect upon, ponder, consider, deliberate
dubium {n} :: doubt
dubium {n} :: A doctrinal question that is asked to Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith and which later receives a responsa
dubius {adj} :: Moving in two directions alternately, vibrating to and fro, fluctuating, wavering
dubius {adj} [figuratively] :: Vacillating in mind, uncertain; doubting, doubtful, dubious, irresolute, undetermined
dubius {adj} [of a situation] :: Precarious, dangerous, critical, difficult, adverse, doubtful
dubius {adj} [of weather] :: Changeable, uncertain
dubnium {n} :: dubnium
Dubris {m} :: A town of Britannia, now Dover
ducalis {adj} [Late Latin] :: ducal; of or relating to a commander or duke
ducaliter {adv} [Late Latin] :: in a ducal way; in a manner befitting to a commander or duke
ducatus {m} [post-Augustinian] :: leadership, command
ducatus {m} [Medieval Latin] :: guidance
ducatus {m} [Medieval Latin] :: authority
ducenarius {adj} :: two hundred (attributive)
ducendus {v} :: which is to be led, which is to be guided
duceni {num} [distributive] :: two hundred each; two hundred at a time
Ducenius {prop} {m} :: a Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name" famously held by:
Ducenius {prop} {m} :: Aulus Ducenius Geminus, a Roman consul
ducens {v} :: leading, guiding
ducentesimus {num} [ordinal] :: two hundredth
ducenti {num} [cardinal] :: two hundred; 200
ducentiens {adv} :: alternative form of ducenties
ducenties {adv} :: two hundred times
duco {v} :: I lead, guide
duco {v} :: I draw, pull
duco {v} :: I think, consider
duco {v} :: I prolong
duco uxorem {v} [of a woman] :: I marry; I take as a wife, I lead a wife home
duco uxorem {v} [in comic poets] :: I take prostitutes home
ductilis {adj} :: That may be led, guided or conducted
ductilis {adj} :: That may be hammered out thin; ductile
ductio {f} :: leading (away)
ductor {m} :: leader
ductor {m} :: commander, general
ductor {m} [figuratively] :: iron worker (one who draws out)
ducturus {v} :: about to lead, about to guide
ductus {v} :: led, guided, having been led
ductus {m} :: leadership, leading
ductus {m} :: generalship
ductus {m} [Medieval Latin] :: conveyance (of water); hence, a channel
dudum {adv} :: a short time ago, a little while ago, not long since
dudum {adv} :: before, formerly, previously
duellicus {adj} :: warlike
duello {vi} :: to duel
Duellona {prop} {f} [poetic, archaic] :: Bellona, goddess of war, sister (or sometimes wife) of Mars
duellum {n} [poetic, archaic] :: war
Duilius {prop} {m} :: a Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name" famously held by:
Duilius {prop} {m} :: Gaius Duilius, a Roman admiral
Duilius {adj} :: of or pertaining to gens Duīlius
duis {adv} [archaic] :: alternative form of bis
dulcacidus {adj} [Late Latin] :: Of a sourish-sweet flavor
dulcamara {f} [New Latin] :: Solanum dulcamara, bittersweet, bittersweet nightshade, bitter nightshade, blue bindweed, Amara Dulcis, climbing nightshade, fellenwort, felonwood, poisonberry, poisonflower, scarlet berry, snakeberry, trailing bittersweet, trailing nightshade, violet bloom, woody nightshade
dulcamarus {adj} :: both sweet and bitter, bittersweet
dulcamen {n} [Medieval Latin] :: synonym of dulcēdō
dulcator {m} :: a sweetener
dulce {adv} :: synonym of dulciter
dulce bellum inexpertis {phrase} :: war is sweet to those who have never experienced it
dulcedo {f} :: a sweet taste; sweetness [in taste]
dulcedo {f} [figuratively] :: pleasantness, pleasurableness, agreeableness, delightfulness, charm
dulcesco {v} :: I become sweet
dulcia {np} [pluralonly] :: sweet cakes, sugar-cakes, honey-cakes
dulciarius {adj} :: Of or pertaining to confectionery
dulciarius {adj} :: Making sweetmeats
dulciarius {adj} [substantive] :: A confectioner, pastry cook
dulciculus {adj} :: somewhat sweet, sweetish
dulcifer {adj} :: containing sweetness, sweet
dulcifico {v} :: I make sweet, sweeten
dulciloquus {adj} [Late Latin] :: speaking sweetly
dulcimodus {adj} [Late Latin] :: modulated sweetly
dulcinervis {adj} [Late Latin] :: sweetly-stringed
dulciolum {n} :: A sweetmeat, sweet, confection
dulcior {adj} :: sweeter
dulciorelocus {adj} :: speaking with a sweet mouth, speaking sweetly
dulcis {adj} [of taste] :: sweet
dulcis {adj} :: sweet-smelling, sweet-scented, fragrant
dulcis {adj} :: sweet-sounding, melodic, melodious, tuneful
dulcis {adj} [figuratively] :: agreeable, delightful, pleasant, soft, sweet
dulcis {adj} [figuratively, of persons] :: friendly, charming, kind, dear, pleasant, agreeable
dulcisonorus {adj} :: sweetly sounding
dulcisonus {adj} :: sweetly sounding
dulcissime {adv} :: superlative of dulciter
dulcissimus {adj} :: sweetest; very sweet
dulcitas {f} :: sweetness
dulciter {adv} :: sweetly, melodiously
dulciter {adv} :: agreeably, delightfully
dulcitudo {f} :: sweetness
dulcitudo {f} [figuratively] :: pleasantness, pleasurableness, agreeableness, delightfulness, charm
dulcius {adv} :: comparative of dulciter
dulco {v} [Late Latin] :: I sweeten
dulcor {m} [Late Latin] :: sweetness
dulcoro {v} [Late Latin] :: I sweeten
Dulgubnii {prop} {mp} :: A tribe of Germany mentioned by Tacitus
Dulichium {prop} {n} :: An island of the Ionian Sea, situated near Ithaca
Dulopolis {f} :: A city in Crete
Dulopolis {f} :: A town of Caria
dum {conj} :: while, as
dum {conj} :: until
dum {conj} :: as long as
dum {conj} :: so long as, provided that
dumetum {n} :: thicket
dummodo {conj} [+ subjunctive] :: so long as
Dumna {prop} {f} :: An island situated off the coast of North Britain
Dumnonii {prop} {mp} :: A tribe of Britannia
Dumnorix {prop} {m} :: A prince of the Aedui and brother of Diviciacus
dumosus {adj} :: overgrown with thorn, briar etc
dumtaxat {adv} :: to this extent
dumtaxat {adv} :: insofar as
dumtaxat {adv} :: only, simply, merely
dumtaxat {adv} :: at least
dumus {m} :: bush, shrub
Dunelmensis {adj} :: of or from Durham, the English city
dungio {f} [Medieval Latin] :: dungeon
duntaxat {adv} :: Variant of dumtaxat
duo {num} :: two; 2
duodecaiugum {n} :: A team of twelve animals
duodecajugum {n} :: alternative form of duodecaiugum
duodecas {f} :: the number twelve
duodecennis {adj} [Late Latin] :: twelve years old
duodecentesimus {num} [ordinal] :: ninety-eighth
duodecentum {num} [cardinal] :: ninety-eight; 98
duodecies {adv} :: twelve times
duodecim {num} [cardinal] :: twelve; 12
duodecimus {num} [ordinal] :: twelfth
duodennis {adj} :: alternative spelling of duodecennis
duodenonaginta {num} [cardinal] :: eighty-eight; 88
duodeoctoginta {num} [cardinal] :: seventy-eight; 78
duodequadraginta {num} [cardinal] :: thirty-eight; 38
duodequinquaginta {num} [cardinal] :: forty-eight; 48
duodeseptuaginta {num} [cardinal] :: sixty-eight; 68
duodesexaginta {num} [cardinal] :: fifty-eight; 58
duodetriginta {num} [cardinal] :: twenty-eight; 28
duodevicesimus {num} :: eighteenth
duodeviginti {num} [cardinal] :: eighteen; 18
duoni {adj} :: genitive singular of duonus
duoni {adj} :: nominative and vocative plural of duonus
dupla {noun} :: A form of bell used in medieval clocks
duplex {adj} :: twofold, double
duplex {adj} :: bipartite, cloven
duplex {adj} :: ambiguous
duplicandus {v} :: which is to be doubled
duplicans {v} :: doubling
duplicarius {m} :: duplicarius
duplicaturus {v} :: about to double
duplicatus {v} :: doubled, duplicated
duplicatus {v} :: double
dupliciter {adv} :: on two accounts, in two ways or parts
duplico {v} :: I double, multiply by two, duplicate; repeat; enlarge, increase, exaggerate
duplico {v} :: I double up, bow, bend something
duplico {v} :: I double by dividing, split in two, tear
duplico {v} [of words] :: I compound; form a bipartite word
duplo {v} [Late Latin] :: I double
duplus {adj} :: double (twice as much, or as big)
dupondius {m} :: dupondius
durabilis {adj} :: durable, lasting
durabilissime {adv} :: superlative of dūrābiliter
durabilitas {f} :: durability
durabiliter {adv} :: durably; in a lasting manner
durabilius {adv} :: comparative of dūrābiliter
duracinus {adj} :: hard-berried
dura lex, sed lex {proverb} :: The law is harsh but it is the law
duramen {n} :: hardness
duramen {n} [rare] :: ice
duramentum {n} :: a hardened, ligneous vine branch
duramentum {n} :: a means of hardening, a stimulus
duramentum {n} :: firmness
durandus {v} :: which is to be hardened, endured
durangoensis {adj} :: Durango (attributive)
Duranius {prop} {m} :: A river of Aquitania, now the Dordogne
durans {v} :: hardening, enduring
duratio {f} :: duration
duraturus {v} :: about to harden, endure
duratus {v} :: hardened, endured
durbanensis {adj} :: Durban (attributive)
Durdus {prop} {m} :: A mountain of Mauritania from which the river Mulucha takes its rise
dure {adv} :: harshly, sternly, roughly
dure {adv} :: stiffly, awkwardly
duresco {v} :: I harden
dureta {f} :: A wooden bathtub
Duria {prop} {m} :: The name of two rivers of Gallia Cisalpina, both of them rising in the Alps and flowing into the Padus, now the Dora Baltea and the Dora Riparia
durior {adj} :: harder
Duris {m} :: A Greek historian of Samos
durissime {adv} :: superlative of dūre
durissimus {adj} :: hardest
durissimus {adj} :: very hard
duriter {adv} :: roughly, coarsely
duriter {adv} :: harshly, sternly
duritia {f} :: hardness, rigidity
duritia {f} [of taste] :: harsh, having a harsh flavor
duritia {f} [figuratively] :: austerity, severity
duritia {f} [figuratively] :: insensibility, absence of feeling
duritia {f} :: harshness, strictness, rigor
durities {f} :: hardness
durities {f} :: hardship
durities {f} :: strictness
durius {adv} :: comparative of dūre
Durius {prop} {m} :: One of the chief rivers in Hispania, now Duero
duriusculus {adj} :: Somewhat hard, rough or harsh
Durnovaria {prop} {f} :: a town of Britannia, now Dorchester
duro {v} :: I harden, make hard
duro {v} :: I last or endure
Durocasses {prop} {f} :: A town of Gallia Lugdunensis, now Dreaux
Durocortorum {prop} {n} :: A town of Gallia Belgica, now Reims
Duronia {prop} {f} :: A city of Samnium mentioned only by Livy
Duronius {prop} {m} :: a Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name" famously held by:
Duronius {prop} {m} :: Marcus Duronius, a Roman tribune
Durostorum {prop} {n} :: A town of Moesia, now Silistra
Durovernum {prop} {n} :: A town of Britannia, now Canterbury
durus {adj} :: hard, rough (of a touch)
durus {adj} :: harsh (of a taste)
durus {adj} :: hardy, vigorous
durus {adj} :: unyielding, unfeeling, stern
durus {adj} :: oppressive, severe
dusius {m} :: A kind of evil spirit
dusmosus {adj} :: alternative form of dumosus
duumvir {m} :: duumvir
duumviratus {m} :: duumvirate (rank or office of a duumvir)
Duvius {prop} {m} :: a Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name" famously held by:
Duvius {prop} {m} :: Lucius Duvius Avitus, a Roman consul
dux {m} :: leader
dux {m} :: commander, general
dux {m} :: prince, ruler
dux {m} [Medieval Latin] :: duke
Dyme {prop} {f} :: The most westerly town of Achaia, situated on the coast near the river Larissus
dynamidia {f} [Medieval Latin, medicine] :: The virtue of medication or of treatment
dynamismus {m} :: dynamism (strong force or power)
dynastes {m} :: a ruler, prince (especially oriental)
dynastia {f} [Late Latin] :: dynasty
dyodecas {f} :: a dozen; a twelve
Dyrrhachium {prop} {n} :: Dyrrhachium (a city on the coast of Illyricum, now called Durrës)
dys- {prefix} :: Used to convey the idea of being difficult, impaired, abnormal, or bad
dyscolus {adj} :: peevish, irritable
dysenteria {f} :: The dysentery
dyspnoea {f} :: dyspnea (difficulty breathing)
Dyspontium {prop} {n} :: a town of Elis situated on the road from Elis to Olympia
dysprosium {n} :: dysprosium
Dystus {prop} {m} :: A town of Euboea
dysuriacus {m} :: A sufferer from dysūria