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l. {noun} :: abbreviation of liber
L. {prop} {m} :: praenominal abbreviation of Lucius
labandus {v} :: which is to be tottered
labans {v} :: tottering
labarum {n} [military] :: labarum
labascendus {v} :: which is to be tottered
labascens {v} :: tottering
labasco {v} :: I totter (begin to fall)
labasco {v} :: I waver, yield
labaturus {v} :: about to totter
labatus {v} :: tottered
labda {m} :: The letter lambda, Λ
labda {m} :: A voluptuary
labdacismus {m} :: lambdacism
Labeates {prop} {m} :: A tribe of Illyricum, whose chief town was Scodra
Labeatis {f} :: the Lake Skadar
labecula {f} :: stain, blemish; minor disgrace
labefaciens {v} :: loosening
labefacio {v} :: I cause to totter, shake, loosen, make ready to fall
labefacio {v} [figuratively, of a person's mind] :: I cause to waver, shake, weaken
labefacio {v} [figuratively] :: I weaken; overthrow, ruin, destroy
labefactandus {v} :: which is to be weakened
labefactans {v} :: weakening, causing to weaken
labefactans {v} :: destroying
labefactatio {f} :: a weakening, loosening, shaking
labefactaturus {v} :: about to weaken
labefactatus {v} :: weakened, made to totter, having been weakened
labefacto {v} :: I weaken; I cause to shake or totter
labefacto {v} :: I destroy, ruin
labefacto {v} [figuratively] :: I overthrow
labefacturus {v} :: about to loosen
labefactus {v} :: loosened, weakened
labefactus {v} :: overthrown, ruined
labellum {n} :: a (little) lip
labellum {n} :: a (small) bowl, basin
labens {v} :: slipping
labens {v} :: gliding, flowing
labeo {m} :: A man with large lips
Labeo {prop} {m} :: A Roman cognomen — famously held by:
Labeo {prop} {m} :: Marcus Antistius Labeo, a Roman jurist
labeosus {adj} :: Having large, blubbery lips
Laberius {prop} {m} :: a Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name" famously held by:
Laberius {prop} {m} :: Decimus Laberius, a Roman eques
labes {f} :: fall
labes {f} :: subsidence
labes {f} :: fault, defect
labia {f} :: lip
labialis {adj} [Medieval Latin] :: pertaining to the lips, labial
labidus {adj} :: slippery (ground)
Labienus {prop} {m} :: a Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name" famously held by:
Labienus {prop} {m} :: Titus Labienus, a Roman historian
labilis {adj} :: slipping
labilis {adj} :: slippery
labina {f} :: a slippery place
labina {f} :: landslide
labiosus {adj} :: alternative form of labeosus
labium {n} :: lip
labo {v} :: I totter
labo {v} :: I waver or decline
labor {m} :: work
labor {m} :: labour
labor {m} :: illness
labor {v} :: to slip
labor {v} :: to glide, flow
laborandum {v} :: toiling, laboring
laborandum {v} :: endeavoring, striving
laborandum {v} :: suffering
laborandum {v} :: being imperiled
laborandus {v} :: which is to be produced
laborans {v} :: toiling, laboring
laborans {v} :: endeavoring, striving
laborans {v} :: suffering, being oppressed, being afflicted with
laborans {v} :: being imperiled
laborans {vt} :: producing
laboratio {f} :: labour, toil
laborator {m} [Medieval Latin, agriculture] :: plowman, tiller of the soil
laboratorium {n} :: laboratory
laboraturus {v} :: about to toil, about to labor
laboraturus {v} :: about to endeavor, about to strive
laboraturus {v} :: about to suffer, about to be oppressed, about to be afflicted with
laboraturus {v} :: about to produce
laboratus {v} :: produced, having been produced
laborifer {adj} :: laborious
laboriose {adv} :: laboriously, with difficulty
laboriosissime {adv} :: superlative of labōriōse
laboriosissimus {adj} :: most or very laborious
laboriosissimus {adj} :: most or very industrious
laboriosius {adv} :: comparative of labōriōse
laboriosus {adj} :: laborious, toilsome, demanding
laboriosus {adj} :: industrious, hard-working
laboro {v} :: I toil, labor
laboro {v} :: I endeavor, strive
laboro {v} :: I suffer, am oppressed, am afflicted with
laboro {v} :: I am imperiled
laboro {vt} :: I produce
labosus {adj} :: laborious
labosus {adj} :: troublesome
Labrax {prop} {m} :: given name, character in the play Rudens of Plautus
labrum {n} :: lip
labrum {n} [by extension] :: edge, margin, brim, lip
labrum {n} :: A bathing tub, basin, bowl; bath, bathing place
labrusca {f} :: wild vine (Vitis labrusca)
labundus {v} :: disposed to glide, gliding
laburnum {n} :: Plant of the genus Laburnum
labyrintheus {adj} :: labyrinthine
labyrinthus {m} :: labyrinth
lac {n} :: milk
lac {n} :: for something sweet, pleasant
lac {n} :: milky juice
lac {n} [poetic] :: milk-white color
lacca {f} :: A swelling on the shinbone of cattle
lacca {f} :: An unknown kind of plant
lac concretum {n} :: a food consumed by the Germans in Tacitus' time, variously identified by modern scholars as cheese (particularly quark), curd or butter
lacer {adj} :: lacerated, mangled, torn to pieces
lacerabilis {adj} :: easily torn or lacerated
lacerandus {v} :: which is to be lacerated
lacerans {v} :: rending, tearing
lacerans {v} :: mutilating
lacerans {v} :: mangling
lacerans {v} :: wrecking
laceratio {f} :: a rending, tearing, lacerating
lacerator {m} :: a lacerater, mangler
laceratrix {m} :: a (female) lacerater, mangler
laceraturus {v} :: about to lacerate
laceratus {v} :: lacerated, mutilated, having been torn to pieces
lacerna {f} :: A form of cloak, fastened at the neck, worn over a toga
lacero {v} :: I rend, tear to pieces
lacero {v} :: I mutilate, lacerate
lacero {v} :: I mangle
lacero {v} :: I wreck, shatter, destroy
lacerta {f} :: lizard
lacertosus {adj} :: muscular, brawny, powerful
lacertus {m} :: alternative form of lacerta: a lizard
lacertus {m} [anatomy] :: The muscular part of the upper arm, including the shoulder, biceps, and triceps
lacertus {m} [anatomy] :: The arm
lacertus {m} [anatomy, Late Latin] :: A muscle
lacessandus {v} :: alternative form of lacessendus
lacessatus {v} :: alternative form of lacessitus
lacessendus {v} :: which is to be excited
lacessens {v} :: exciting, irritating, challenging
lacessens {v} :: attacking
lacessiturus {v} :: about to excite
lacessitus {v} :: excited
lacesso {v} :: I excite, provoke, challenge, exasperate, harass or irritate
lacesso {v} :: I attack or assail
Laches {m} :: An Athenian statesman and general
lachryma {f} :: alternative form of lacrima
laciendus {v} :: which is to be enticed
laciens {v} :: enticing
Lacimurga {prop} {f} :: an ancient town in Hispania Baetica
lacinia {f} :: An edge or flap of a garment
lacinia {f} :: dewlap
lacinia {f} :: A small piece of something (especially land)
laciniatus {adj} :: fringed
laciniatus {adj} :: laciniate
lacio {v} :: I entice, ensnare
Lacippo {prop} {f} :: A town of the Turduli in Hispania Baetica, situated near the shore of the Mediterranean Sea
Lacobriga {prop} {f} :: an ancient town in Hispania Tarraconensis
Lacobriga {prop} {f} :: a town in Lusitania
Laconia {prop} {f} :: Laconia
Laconicus {adj} :: Spartan
lacrima {f} :: a tear (drop of liquid from crying)
lacrimabilis {adj} :: lamentable, worthy of tears
lacrimabundus {adj} :: weeping, bursting into tears
lacrimandus {v} :: which is to be wept
lacrimans {v} :: weeping, crying
lacrimatio {f} :: a weeping
lacrimaturus {v} :: about to weep
lacrimatus {v} :: wept, cried, having been wept
lacrimo {v} :: I weep
lacrimose {adv} :: tearfully, with weeping
lacrimosissime {adv} :: superlative of lacrimōse
lacrimosius {adv} :: comparative of lacrimōse
lacrimosus {adj} :: weeping, full of tears
lacrimosus {adj} :: lamentable, causing weeping
lacrimula {f} :: a little tear (drop of liquid from crying)
lacrimula {f} [figuratively] :: a crocodile tear
lacruma {f} [archaic] :: alternative form of lacrima ("tear")
lacrumabundus {adj} [archaic] :: alternative form of lacrimābundus
lacryma {noun} :: alternative form of lacrima
lacrymalis {adj} :: lacrymal
Lact. {prop} {m} :: abbreviation of Lactantius
lacta {f} :: A kind of cassia
lactandus {v} :: which is to be suckled
lactans {v} :: suckling, milking
lactans {v} :: flattering, deceiving
Lactantius {prop} {m} :: A masculine cognomen — famously held by:
Lactantius {prop} {m} :: Lucius Caecilius Firmianus Lactantius (circa AD 250–325), a celebrated father of the Church, famous for the purity of his Latin style, and sometimes called the Christian Cicero
lactarius {adj} :: pertaining or relating to milk
lactarius {m} [Late Latin] :: milkman
lactatio {f} :: enticement, allure
lactatio {f} [Medieval Latin] :: suckling
lactaturus {v} :: about to suckle
lactatus {v} :: suckled
lacte {n} :: milk
lactens {adj} :: milky
lactens {adj} :: unweaned
lacteolus {adj} :: milky-white
lacteus {adj} :: Of or pertaining to milk; milky
lacteus {adj} [poetic] :: Full of milk
lacteus {adj} :: Milk-drinking, suckling
lacteus {adj} :: Milk-white
lacteus {adj} [figuratively] :: Pure
lacticinium {n} :: milk-food, dairy product
lacto {v} :: I contain or give milk, suckle
lacto {v} :: I suck milk from the breast
lacto {v} :: I am full of milk
lacto {v} :: I wheedle, flatter, deceive with flattery
Lactora {prop} {f} :: A town of Aquitania situated on the road from Aginnum to Climberrum
lactosus {adj} :: milky, milk-like
lactuca {f} :: lettuce
lactuca {f} :: wolf's milk (Lactuca maritima)
lactucarius {m} :: A lettuce-dealer
lactucula {f} :: little lettuce
Lacumaces {prop} {m} :: A king of Numidia, son of Oesalces and younger brother of Capusa
lacuna {f} :: a hole, pit
lacuna {f} :: an opening, cavity, hollow, cleft
lacuna {f} :: a gap, void, defect
lacuno {v} :: I hollow out
lacuno {v} :: I panel (build with panels)
lacunosus {adj} :: Full of holes, cavities, gaps etc
lacus {m} :: a lake, pond, basin; reservoir
lacus {m} :: a tank, tub, vat, sink
lacusta {f} :: locust, grasshopper
lacusta {f} :: crustacean, marine shellfish, lobster
lacustris {adj} :: lake (attributive)
lacuturris {m} :: A kind of cabbage
lada {f} :: A shrub in Cyprus from which a resin was obtained
Ladasclavus {prop} {m} :: given name cognate to Vladislav
Ladon {prop} {m} :: A river of Elis which flows into the Peneus
Laeana {prop} {f} :: A town of Arabia mentioned by Pliny
Laecanius {prop} {m} :: a Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name" famously held by:
Laecanius {prop} {m} :: Gaius Laecanius Bassus Caecina Paetus, a Roman senator
laedendus {v} :: which is to be struck
laedens {v} :: striking
laedo {v} :: I strike, hurt
laedo {v} :: I offend
laedo {v} :: I thwart
laedo {v} :: I betray
Laelia {prop} {f} :: an inland city of the Turdetani, in Hispania Baetica
Laelius {prop} {m} :: a Roman nomen gentilicium
laena {f} :: a thick, often richly decorated woolen cloak worn over a toga or pallium, usually fastened by a pin
laeotomus {m} :: The chord of a segment of a circle
Laepia {prop} {f} :: a city in Hispania Baetica
Laerus {prop} {m} :: A river of Hispania Tarraconensis, now the Lérez
laesio {f} :: hurt, harm, injury
laesio {f} :: personal attack (in oratory)
laesurus {v} :: about to strike etc
laesus {v} :: hurt
laesus {v} :: offended
laesus {v} :: thwarted
laesus {v} :: betrayed
laetabundus {adj} [post-classical] :: rejoicing greatly; joyful
laetandus {v} :: which is to be rejoiced
laetans {v} :: rejoicing
laetatio {f} :: rejoicing, exultation, joy
laetaturus {v} :: about to rejoice
laetatus {v} :: rejoiced
laete {adv} :: happily
laetevirens {adj} :: having luxuriant foliage
laetificandus {v} :: which is to be delighted
laetificans {v} :: delighting, cheering (up), gladdening
laetificans {v} :: fertilizing, enriching
laetificaturus {v} :: about to delight
laetificatus {v} :: delighted
laetifico {v} :: I delight, cheer, gladden
laetifico {v} [Biblical, Ecclesiastical Latin] :: I give joy
laetifico {v} :: I make fruitful; I fertilize, enrich
laetior {adj} :: happier
laetissime {adv} :: superlative of laetē
laetissimus {adj} :: (superlative of laetus) happiest; happy as can be
laetitia {f} :: joy, gladness, pleasure, delight
laetitudo {f} :: joy, happiness
laetius {adv} :: comparative of laetē
laeto {v} :: I cause to rejoice
Laetorius {prop} {m} :: a Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name" famously held by:
Laetorius {prop} {m} :: Marcus Laetorius Mergus, a Roman tribune
Laetorius {adj} :: of or pertaining to the gens Laetoria
laetus {adj} :: happy
Laetus {prop} {m} :: A Roman cognomen — famously held by:
Laetus {prop} {m} :: Quintus Maecius Laetus, a Roman consul
Laevi {prop} {mp} :: A Gaulish tribe of Gallia Cisalpina, who dwelt near the sources of the Padus
laevicollis {adj} :: alternative form of levicollis
laevigatus {adj} :: alternative form of levigatus
Laevinus {prop} {m} :: A Roman cognomen — famously held by:
Laevinus {prop} {m} :: Marcus Valerius Laevinus, a Roman consul
Laevius {prop} {m} :: a Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name" famously held by:
Laevius {prop} {m} :: Laevius, a Roman poet
laevus {adj} :: left; on the left side
laevus {adj} [by extension] :: awkward, foolish
laevus {adj} [figuratively] :: unlucky
laganum {n} :: cake
lagemannus {m} [medieval, historical] :: A lawman: a declarer of the law or [especially] one of 12 magistrates in certain Danish boroughs of England with soc and sac over their households
lagena {f} :: large earthenware vessel
lagena {f} :: flask, flagon
lagine {f} :: A kind of clematis
lagoena {f} :: alternative form of lagena
lagopus {f} :: ptarmigan (a bird)
lagopus {f} :: hare's-foot (a herb)
lagotis {adj} [New Latin, usually used attributively] :: rabbit-eared
laguena {f} :: flask, flagon
laguena {f} :: pitcher
laguncula {f} :: small flask or bottle
lagunensis {adj} :: Laguna (Philippines) (attributive)
laicus {adj} :: lay (of the laity)
laicus {adj} :: unconsecrated
laina {f} :: A kind of mastic
Laius {prop} {m} [Greek mythology] :: The father of Oedipus and husband of Jocasta
lakotaensis {adj} :: Related to the Lakota people
Lalasis {f} [geography] :: a district of Cilicia extending along Mount Taurus
Lalasis {f} :: The main town of this district, mentioned by Pliny
lalisio {m} :: the foal of a wild ass
lallo {v} :: I lullaby
lallus {m} :: lullaby
lama {f} :: slough, bog, fen
Lamasba {prop} {f} :: A city of Numidia near the border with Mauritania
Lambaesis {f} :: A city of the interior of Numidia
lambendus {v} :: which is to be licked
lambens {v} :: licking, lapping
lambiturus {v} :: about to lick
lambitus {v} :: licked
lambo {v} :: I lick, lap
lambo {v} :: (by extension) I taste
Lambrus {prop} {m} :: A river of Gallia Cisalpina, now the Lambro
lamella {f} :: A small, thin plate of metal
lamellatus {adj} [New Latin] :: scaly, lamellate
lamellosus {adj} [New Latin] :: lamellose
lamentandus {v} :: which is to be lamented
lamentans {v} :: lamenting, bewailing
lamentatio {f} :: lamentation, wailing, weeping, moaning
lamentatrix {f} :: lamenter, bewailer (female)
lamentaturus {v} :: about to lament
lamentatus {v} :: lamented, bewailed
lamento {vt} :: I lament or bewail
lamentor {v} :: I lament
lamentor {v} :: I bewail
lamentum {n} :: wailing, moaning, weeping
lamentum {n} :: lamentation, lament
lameth {n} :: lamed, lamedh
Lametus {prop} {m} :: A river of Bruttium, now the Amato
lamia {f} :: witch who was said to suck children's blood (sort of female bogeyman), a sorceress, enchantress
lamia {f} :: sort of flatfish
lamia {f} :: species of owl
Lamia {prop} {m} :: A Roman cognomen — famously held by:
Lamia {prop} {m} :: Lucius Aelius Lamia, a Roman consul
Lamia {prop} {f} :: A city of Phthiotis situated on a plain
lamina {f} :: a thin piece or sheet of metal, wood, marble, etc., a plate, leaf, layer
lamina {f} :: red-hot plates used as torture devices
lamina {f} :: money, coin, gold, precious metal
lamina {f} :: saw (cutting device)
lamina {f} :: flap of the ear
lamina {f} :: tender shell of an unripe nut
Laminium {prop} {n} :: A city in Hispania Tarraconensis
lamium {n} :: The deadnettle
lammina {f} :: alternative form of lamina
lampada {f} :: alternative form of lampas
Lampadio {prop} {m} :: given name, character in the play Cistellaria of Plautus
lampado {m} :: A bulb
lampago {f} :: saxifrage
lampas {f} :: lamp, lantern
lampas {f} :: torch, flambeau
lampas {f} :: firebrand
Lamponia {prop} {f} :: An island situated off the coast of Thrace
Lampsacum {prop} {n} :: A city in Mysia, on the Hellespont
lampyris {f} :: A glowworm
Lamse {prop} {f} :: A small island of the Sporades
Lamus {prop} {m} :: A river of Cilicia flowing into the Mediterranean Sea, now the Limonlu River
lamyrus {m} :: A kind of marine fish
lana {f} :: wool
lanarius {noun} :: wool-worker
lanatus {adj} :: wooly
lanatus {adj} :: downy
Lanatus {prop} {m} :: A Roman cognomen — famously held by:
Lanatus {prop} {m} :: Agrippa Menenius Lanatus, a Roman consul
lancea {f} :: The Roman auxiliaries' short javelin; a light spear or lance
lancearius {m} :: alternative form of lanciarius
lanceatus {adj} :: lance (attributive)
lanceifolius {adj} [New Latin] :: Having lance-shaped leaves
lanceo {vi} [Late Latin, Ecclesiastical Latin] :: I wield or handle a lance
lanceo {vt} [Medieval Latin, construed with accusative of object] :: I launch or shoot (especially something akin to a javelin or spear)
lanceo {vt} [Medieval Latin, construed with accusative of person] :: I pierce (someone) through with a pike, sword, dagger, vel sim
lanceola {f} :: small lance
lanceolatus {adj} :: armed with a lance
lanceolatus {adj} :: having the form of a lance; lanceolate
lancerotensis {adj} :: Of or from Lanzarote
lanciarius {m} :: lancer
lancifolius {adj} :: having lance-shaped leaves
lancinandus {v} :: which is to be rent
lancinans {v} :: rending
lancinaturus {v} :: about to rend, mangle, or lacerate (tear to pieces)
lancinatus {v} :: rent
lancino {v} :: I rend, mangle, lacerate (tear to pieces)
lancio {v} :: medieval spelling of lanceō
landica {f} [vulgar slang, anatomy] :: clitoris
landica {f} :: gridiron
landica {f} :: censer
laneus {adj} :: woollen
langa {f} :: A kind of lizard
Langarus {prop} {m} :: A king of the Agrianes and contemporary of Alexander the Great
langobardus {adj} :: Lombard
Langobriga {prop} {f} :: a town of Lusitania
languedocanus {adj} :: alternative form of languedocianus
languedocianus {adj} :: Languedocian
languens {v} :: fainting
languens {v} :: idling
langueo {v} :: I am faint, weak
langueo {v} [figuratively] :: I am inactive, listless, idle
languesco {v} :: I become faint, weak, languid or sick
languesco {v} :: I wilt
languidior {adj} :: fainter, weaker, duller, more languid etc
languidius {adv} :: faintly, feebly
languidius {adv} :: slowly, languidly
languidus {adj} :: faint, weak, dull, languid
languidus {adj} :: sluggish, slow
languidus {adj} :: ill, sick, unwell
languidus {adj} [figuratively] :: inactive, inert, listless
languor {m} :: faintness, feebleness, languor, apathy
laniandus {v} :: To be devoured, torn apart
lanians {v} :: rending, tearing
laniatus {v} :: torn, rent, having been torn
lanienus {adj} :: butcher's (shop, attributive)
laniger {adj} [poetic] :: wool-bearing, fleecy
laniger {adj} :: of a lamb
laniger {m} :: ram
laniger {m} [astronomy, poetic] :: the constellation of the Ram (Aries)
lanio {v} :: I rend, tear to pieces
lanio {m} :: a butcher
lanista {m} :: trainer, or manager of a team of gladiators
lanius {m} :: butcher
lanositas {f} :: woolliness
lanosus {adj} :: woolly
lanterna {f} :: lantern, lamp
lanterna {f} :: torch
lanterna magica {f} :: magic lantern, a primitive slide projector
lanternarius {m} :: lantern-bearer
lanternarius {m} :: guide
lanthanum {n} :: lanthanum
lanuginosus {adj} :: woolly, downy
lanugo {f} [in the poetry of every age and in post-Augustan prose] :: woolly substance, the down of plants, of youthful cheeks, etc
lanugo {f} [transferred sense] :: sawdust
lanx {f} :: dish, platter, plate
lanx {f} :: scalepan
Laocoön {prop} {m} :: alternative form of Lāocoōn
Laocoon {prop} {m} :: name of a mythical character; Laocoön
Laodicea {prop} {f} :: Laodicea
laophoron {m} :: bus (public transport)
Laotia {prop} {f} :: Laos
laoticus {adj} :: Laotian
lapathum {n} :: A kind of sorrel
Laphystium {prop} {n} :: A mountain of Boeotia
lapicida {m} :: a quarryman, stone-cutter
lapidans {v} :: stoning, assaulting
lapidaris {adj} :: of stone, (stone-)
lapidarius {adj} :: stone (attributive)
lapidarius {adj} :: stony
lapidatio {f} :: stoning
lapidatus {v} :: stoned, assaulted with rocks, having been stoned
lapideus {adj} :: stone(s) (attributive)
lapideus {adj} :: stony
lapidicida {m} :: alternative form of lapicīda
lapidicina {f} [especially, in plural] :: stone quarry
lapido {v} :: I stone, throw stones at
lapido {v} [figuratively] :: I assail, assault
lapillus {m} :: A small stone, pebble
lapillus {m} :: Stone in the bladder, gravel, calculus
lapillus {m} :: A precious stone, gem, jewel; marble
lapillus {m} :: A tombstone
lapis {m} :: a stone
lapis {m} :: a milestone
lapis {m} :: a boundary stone
lapis {m} :: gravestone, tombstone
lapis {m} :: Lapis Manalis in Latin "stone of manes" covers the gate of Hades or underworld
lapis {m} :: a stone platform at a slave auction
lapis {m} :: a statue
lapis {m} [poetic] :: jewel, precious stone
lapis philosophi {m} :: alternative form of lapis philosophōrum
lapis philosophorum {m} [alchemy, fiction] :: philosopher's stone
Lapithas {prop} {m} :: A mountain situated in Triphylia
lappa {f} :: burdock
lapponicus {adj} [New Latin] :: Of or relating to Lapland
lapsana {f} :: a plant similar to mustard
lapsans {v} :: Slipping, sliding, stumbling, falling
lapso {v} :: I slip, slide, stumble, fall
lapsurus {v} :: about to slip
lapsus {m} :: gliding, sliding, slipping, falling
lapsus {v} :: slipped, glided, fallen
lapsus auris {phrase} :: lapse of the ear, Freudian slip
Lapurdum {prop} {n} :: A town of Aquitania, now Bayonne
laquear {n} :: a panelled or fretted ceiling
laqueare {n} :: alternative form of laquear
laquearium {n} :: alternative form of laquear
laquearius {m} :: a maker of paneled ceilings
laqueatus {adj} :: panelled
laqueatus {adj} :: armed with a noose
laqueo {v} :: I noose, entangle, ensnare
laqueus {m} :: noose
laqueus {m} :: snare, gin, trap
lar {m} :: the protective spirit of a place, particularly a household
lar {m} :: home, household
Lar {prop} {m} :: praenomen
Laranda {np} :: a town of Lycaonia situated south-east of Iconium
lararium {n} :: in a Roman home, the part of the house set aside as a shrine or chapel for the household gods
larbason {n} :: antimony, stibium
Larcius {prop} {m} :: a Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name" famously held by:
Larcius {prop} {m} :: Spurius Lartius, a Roman politician
Larcius {prop} {m} :: Titus Lartius, the first Roman dictator
lardum {n} :: bacon fat, lard
Larentalia {prop} {np} :: A festival in Ancient Rome, celebrated on the 23rd of December, in honour of Acca Lārentia
Lares {m} [Roman god] :: Lares, the classical Roman gods of a place, particularly homes; household deity
Lares {m} :: A city of Africa situated on the valley of the Bagrada, now Lorbeus
lar familiaris {prop} {m} [usually, in the plural, lares familiares] :: a household deity
large {adv} :: munificently, generously, liberally
large {adv} :: abundantly, copiously
large {adv} :: to a great extent
largiendus {v} :: which is to be granted
largiens {v} :: granting, bestowing
largiens {v} :: bribing
largificus {adj} :: bountiful, liberal, generous
largifluus {adj} :: flowing copiously, copious
largiloquus {adj} :: talking copiously, talkative
largimentum {n} :: gift, bounty
largio {v} :: alternative form of largior
largior {adj} :: more abundant
largior {adj} :: more bountiful
largior {v} :: I grant
largior {v} :: I lavish or bestow
largior {v} :: I give bribes
largissimus {adj} :: most or very abundant or bountiful
largitas {f} :: abundance, bounty, liberality
largiter {adv} :: in abundance
largiter {adv} :: plentifully, liberally
largiter {adv} :: greatly
largitio {f} :: granting, bestowing, dispensing, distributing, imparting
largitio {f} :: largess
largitio {f} :: bribery
largitor {m} :: bestower, granter, dispenser, distributer, imparter
largitudo {f} :: liberality
largiturus {v} :: about to grant
largitus {v} :: granted, bestowed
largitus {v} :: bribed
largiusculus {adj} :: rather or fairly copious
largus {adj} :: abundant, copious, large, abounding in something
largus {adj} :: bountiful, liberal
laricinus {adj} [New Latin] :: larch-like
laridum {n} :: lard, fat from pork or bacon
Larinum {prop} {n} :: A city in the northern part of Apulia, situated near the river Tifernus, now the town of Larino
Larissa {prop} {f} :: Larissa
Larissus {prop} {m} :: A river of Achaia forming the boundary with Elis
Larius {prop} {m} :: The Lake Como
Larius {adj} :: Larian
larix {f} :: larch (tree)
Laronia {prop} {f} :: praenomen
Laronius {prop} {m} :: a Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name" famously held by:
Laronius {prop} {m} :: Quintus Laronius, a Roman serviceman
Lartidius {prop} {m} :: a Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name" famously held by:
Lartidius {prop} {m} :: Tiberius Lartidius Celer, a Roman consul
Larunda {prop} {f} [Roman god] :: A nymph, daughter of the river Almo, deprived by Jupiter of her tongue
larus {m} :: a ravenous seabird, perhaps a gull or mew
larva {f} :: ghost, evil spirit, demon, devil
larva {f} [figuratively] :: horrific mask
larva {f} [figuratively] :: skeleton
Larymna {prop} {f} :: A town of Boeotia situated on the river Cephisus
lasanum {n} :: A cooking pot
lasanum {n} :: A closestool
lasar {n} :: the juice of the plant laserpitium, asafoetida
lasar {n} [plant] :: the plant laserpitium itself
lasarpicifer {adj} :: silphium bearing, silphium producing
lasarpicium {n} :: alternative form of laserpicium
lascivia {f} :: wantonness
lascivibundus {adj} :: wanton, full of petulance
lasciviens {v} :: frolicking
lascivio {v} :: I frolic, sport, am frisky
lascivus {adj} :: wanton, playful, frisky
lascivus {adj} :: lustful, licentious, lascivious, lewd
lascivus {adj} [of style] :: luxuriant
Lascuta {prop} {f} :: a city in Hispania Baetica
laser {n} :: the juice of the plant laserpitium, assafœtida
laser {n} [plant] :: the plant laserpitium itself
laserpiciarius {adj} :: Of or pertaining to silphium or its produce laser or assafoetida
laserpiciatus {adj} :: prepared or flavoured with assafoetida
laserpicifer {adj} :: alternative form of lasarpicifer
laserpicium {n} :: a plant, of the genus Laserpitium, also called silphium, from which asafoetida was obtained
Lasia {prop} {f} :: An island situated off the coast of Peloponnesus
Lasion {prop} {m} :: A town of Elis, probably situated in the upper valley of the river Ladon
lassans {v} :: tiring, wearying, fatiguing
lassatus {v} :: tired, wearied, fatigued, having been wearied
lassesco {v} :: I become tired or weary
lassitudo {f} :: faintness, weariness, exhaustion, lassitude
lasso {vt} :: I tire, weary, fatigue; I render faint
lassulus {adj} :: somewhat or rather tired, worn out or wearied
Lassunni {prop} {mp} :: A tribe of Aquitania mentioned by Pliny
lassus {adj} :: weary, faint, tired
lassus {adj} :: exhausted, used up
lastaurus {m} :: A debauchee, lewd person
Lastigi {prop} {n} :: A town in Hispania Baetica
late {adv} :: broadly, widely
late {adv} :: extensively
late {adv} :: far and wide, everywhere
late {adv} :: lavishly, to excess
latebra {f} :: hiding place, retreat, lair
latebra {f} :: hidden recess
latebra {f} :: subterfuge
latebrosior {adj} :: having more places to lurk or hide
latebrosus {adj} :: having many places to lurk or hide
latebrosus {adj} :: lurking or hiding
latens {v} :: lurking, skulking, hiding
latenter {adv} :: secretly, privately
latentissime {adv} :: superlative of latenter
latentius {adv} :: comparative of latenter
lateo {v} :: I am concealed or in hiding, lurk, skulk
lateo {v} :: I am hidden and in safety
lateo {v} :: I keep out of sight
lateo {v} :: I live in concealment; live retired
lateo {v} :: I escape notice, remain unknown
lateo {v} :: I am obscure or unknown, lie hidden
later {m} :: brick, tile
lateralis {adj} :: lateral; of or belonging to the side
lateramen {n} :: brickwork
laterculensis {m} :: a guardian of the laterculum, a keeper or secretary of the register of offices
laterculum {n} [originally] :: a register containing a list of all the offices and dignities of the Roman Empire
laterculum {n} [in general] :: a register, a list
laterculus {m} [literally] :: a small brick or tile
laterculus {m} :: a kind of pastry (so called because of its being shaped like a tile)
laterculus {m} [among the agrīmēnsōrēs] :: a tile-shaped piece of land
latericius {adj} :: brick, brickwork (attributive)
latericulus {m} :: alternative form of laterculus
laternio {m} :: A robber, thief
latesco {v} :: I hide or conceal myself
latesco {v} :: I broaden or widen
latet anguis in herba {phrase} :: a snake in the grass
latex {m} [classical, chiefly poetic] :: water
latex {m} [classical, chiefly poetic] :: liquid, fluid
latex {m} [classical, chiefly poetic, in plural] :: springs
latex {m} [classical, chiefly poetic] :: juice, oil, milk
latex {m} [New Latin, medicine] :: A clear liquid believed to be a component of a humour or other bodily fluid (esp. plasma and lymph)
latex {m} [New Latin, botany] :: Milky liquid which exudes from a plant when cut and which coagulates on exposure to air
lathyros {m} :: vetchling
latibulum {n} :: hiding place, refuge
latibulum {n} :: den (of animals)
laticeps {adj} :: wide-headed
laticlavius {adj} :: Having a broad purple stripe
laticlavius {m} :: senator, patrician (entitled to wear purple)
laticollis {adj} :: having a wide neck or stem
laticornis {adj} :: wide-horned
latidens {adj} :: Having wide teeth or tusks
latifascia {f} :: (having a) wide band
latifasciatus {adj} :: marked with bands on the side
latifolius {adj} :: broad-leaved
latifrons {adj} :: having a broad front or forehead
latifundium {n} :: great landed estate, large farm
Latina {f} :: Latin (language)
latine {adv} :: in Latin, in the Latin manner or language
latinissime {adv} :: superlative of latīne
Latinissime {adv} :: superlative of Latīne
latinitas {f} :: alternative case form of Latinitas
Latinitas {f} :: pure Latin style, Latinity
Latinitas {f} :: the Latin law
latinius {adv} :: comparative of latīne
Latinius {adv} :: comparative of Latīne
latinus {adj} :: alternative case form of Latinus
Latinus {adj} :: Latin; of or pertaining to the Latin language, people, or culture
latio {f} :: bearing, bringing (act of)
latio {f} :: voting
latio {f} :: rendering (of accounts etc)
latior {adj} :: wider
latior {adj} :: more spacious
latipennis {adj} :: having a wide wing or fin, or wide feathers
latipes {adj} :: wide-footed, wide-legged
latirostris {adj} :: having a wide beak
latissime {adv} :: superlative of lāte
latissimus {adj} :: widest
latissimus {adj} :: very wide or spacious
latitabundus {adj} :: lying hidden, skulking
latitandus {v} :: which is to be hidden
latitans {v} :: lurking
latitantia {f} :: hiding, concealment
latitarsis {adj} :: wide-footed
latitaturus {v} :: about to lurk
latitatus {v} :: lurked
latithorax {adj} :: having a wide thorax
latito {v} :: I am in hiding
latito {v} :: I lie low
latito {v} :: I lurk
latitudo {f} :: breadth, width, latitude
latitudo {f} [by extension] :: extent, size, compass, broadness
latitudo {f} [figuratively, rare] :: a broad pronunciation; richness of expression
Latium {prop} {n} :: Latium
latius {adv} :: comparative of late
Latius {adj} :: Of or pertaining to Latium
latomus {m} :: quarryman
latomus {m} :: stonemason
Latopolis {f} :: A city of Upper Egypt on the west bank of the Nile
lator {m} :: Someone who proposes a law, proposer, carrier
Latovici {prop} {mp} :: A tribe of Pannonia mentioned by Pliny
latrans {v} :: barking, roaring
latrans {v} [New Latin] :: Used as a species epithet
latratus {v} :: barked, roared, having been barked
latrina {f} [originally] :: bath
latrina {f} :: lavatory, water closet, toilet, privy
Latris {prop} {f} :: The island of Saaremaa in Estonia
latro {m} :: mercenary
latro {m} :: highwayman; brigand; robber
latro {m} :: chessman, pawn
latro {v} :: I bark, bay
latro {v} :: I rant, bluster
latro {v} [of water] :: I roar
latro {v} :: I demand vehemently
latrocinans {v} :: robbing on the highway
latrocinans {v} :: fighting for pay
latrocinium {n} :: Military service for pay
latrocinium {n} [figuratively] :: Robbery, banditry, highway robbery, piracy, brigandage; pillage, plundering
latrocinium {n} [figuratively] :: An act of banditry or brigandage
latrocinium {n} [figuratively] :: A band of robbers
latrocinium {n} [figuratively] :: Villany, roguery, fraud
latrocinor {v} :: I rob on the highway
latrocinor {v} :: I fight (as a soldier) for pay
latrunculus {m} :: highwayman, robber
latrunculus {m} :: a man in the Ancient Roman boardgame of ludus latrunculi, extended to pieces in other games such as chess and draughts
laturus {v} :: about to carry
laturus {v} :: about to report
latus {adj} :: wide, broad
latus {adj} :: spacious, extensive
latus {n} :: side, flank
latusculum {n} [of objects] :: little side
latusculum {n} [of people] :: little flank
latvianus {adj} :: Latvian
laubia {f} [Medieval Latin] :: [architecture] penthouse, gallery, arcade, portico, lodge
Laud {prop} {m} :: A river of Mauritania mentioned by Pliny
laudabilis {adj} :: praiseworthy, laudable
laudandus {v} :: which is to be praised
laudandus {v} :: which is to be honored
laudandus {v} :: which is to be eulogized
laudandus {v} :: which is to be complimented
laudans {v} :: praising, lauding
laudans {v} :: commending
laudanum {n} :: laudanum
laudatio {f} :: commendation, praise
laudatio {f} :: eulogy, panegyric
laudator {m} :: praiser, eulogizer, panegyrist
laudaturus {v} :: about to praise etc
laudatus {v} :: praised, lauded, having been praised
laudatus {v} :: commended, having been commended
laudo {v} :: I praise, laud, extol
laudo {v} :: I commend, honor
laudo {v} :: I eulogize
laudo {v} :: I compliment
Laumellum {prop} {n} :: a town of Gallia Cisalpina, situated on the road from Ticinum to Vercellae
laura {f} :: Egyptian rue (Ruta angustifolia)
laura {f} [Late Latin] :: monastery, convent, laura
laurago {f} :: A plant of the laurel kind
laurea {f} :: laurel, bay tree
laurea {f} :: crown, wreath or branch of laurel leaves
laurea {f} :: triumph, victory
laureatus {adj} :: crowned with laurels, laureate, having been crowned with laurels
Laurentius {prop} {m} :: given name equivalent to Laurence
Laurentum {prop} {n} :: Laurentum, a maritime town in Latium between Ostia and Lavinium (now Torre)
laureola {f} :: a little garland of laurels
laureola {f} [by extension] :: a little triumph
lauretum {n} :: a laurel grove
Lauretum {prop} {n} :: Lauretum, a place on the Aventine Hill
laureus {adj} [attributive or resembling] :: laurel
laurex {m} :: A young rabbit cut out from the mother
Lauriacum {prop} {n} :: A town of Noricum situated near the course of the Danube
laurifer {adj} :: laurel-bearing, triumphant
laurifolius {adj} :: laurel-leafed
lauriger {adj} :: laurel-bearing, crowned or decked with laurel
laurinus {adj} :: of or relating to laurel
laurocerasus {m} [Renaissance Latin, plant] :: Prunus laurocerasus; cherry laurel
laurus {f} :: laurel tree
laurus {f} [metonymy] :: laurels; a crown of laurel
laus {f} :: praise, glory
laus {f} :: fame
laus Deo {phrase} :: praise to God
Laus Pompeia {prop} {f} :: a city of Gallia Transpadana situated on the road between Mediolanum and Placentia, now Lodi Vecchio
Lausus {prop} {m} [Roman mythology] :: The son of Mezentius killed by Aeneas
lautior {adj} :: cleaner (better washed)
lautior {adj} :: more elegant or fashionable
lautissimus {adj} :: most or very elegant, refined etc
lautitia {f} :: elegance, splendour, magnificence
lautitia {f} :: sumptuousness, luxury
lautumia {f} [chiefly in the plural] :: stone quarry, especially one used as a prison
lautus {v} :: washed, bathed, having been washed
lautus {v} :: elegant, luxurious
lautus {v} :: fashionable, refined
lavacrum {n} :: bath
lavandus {v} :: which is to be washed
lavans {v} :: washing
lavatio {f} :: wash bath (action)
lavatio {f} :: bath (apparatus or place)
lavatorium {n} [architecture, Late Latin, Medieval Latin] :: A washroom or place, particularly a lavatorium
laver {f} :: a water-plant, possibly water parsnip (Sium latifolium)
Laverna {prop} {f} [Roman god] :: Laverna, the goddess of gain and patroness of rogues and thieves
lavernio {m} :: A follower or protégé of the goddess Laverna; thus, a thief or a cheat
Lavinium {prop} {n} :: port city near Rome, founded by Aeneas
lavo {v} :: I wash, bathe
lavo {v} :: I wet, moisten
lawrencium {n} :: lawrencium
lax {f} :: deception, fraud
laxamentum {n} :: A relaxation, respite, alleviation
laxandus {v} :: which is to be extended, relaxed
laxans {v} :: extending
laxans {v} :: opening
laxans {v} :: undoing
laxans {v} :: relaxing
laxaturus {v} :: about to extend, relax
laxatus {v} :: extended, having been extended
laxatus {v} :: opened, having been opened
laxatus {v} :: undone, having been undone
laxatus {v} :: relaxed, having been relaxed
laxe {adv} :: widely, spaciously
laxe {adv} :: loosely, freely
laxe {adv} [of time] :: long, amply
laxiflorus {adj} :: having loosely-spaced flowers
laxior {adj} :: wider, more spacious etc
laxior {adj} :: looser, more free
laxitas {f} :: width, spaciousness
laxo {v} :: I extend, expand
laxo {v} :: I open, make wide
laxo {v} :: I undo, release
laxo {v} [figuratively] :: I lighten, relieve, free
laxo {v} :: I relax, moderate, weaken
laxo {v} :: I lessen, abate
laxus {adj} :: wide, spacious, roomy
laxus {adj} :: yielding
laxus {adj} :: loose, free
Lazarus {prop} :: Lazarus
lazulum {n} [Medieval Latin] :: heaven, sky
lea {f} :: A lioness
leaena {f} :: lioness
Leaena {prop} {m} :: given name, character in the play Curculio of Plautus
Lebadea {prop} {f} :: A town of Boeotia situated near Mount Helicon
Lebedus {prop} {f} :: An ancient city on the coast of Ionia
Lebena {prop} {f} :: A maritime town of Crete
lebes {m} :: A copper basin, kettle, cauldron, used either for washing or boiling
Lebinthos {prop} {f} :: One of the Sporades
Lechaeum {prop} {n} :: a port-town near Corinthus, connected with the city by the Long Walls
lectica {f} :: litter, sedan, palanquin
lectica {f} :: A portable sofa or couch
lecticarius {m} :: A litter-bearer, sedan-bearer, lectica-bearer
lecticula {f} :: A small litter, sedan chair
lectio {f} :: A picking, selecting
lectio {f} :: A reading, perusal
lectior {adj} :: more often chosen or selected
lectior {adj} :: more choice or excellent
lectissimus {adj} :: (most) often chosen or selected
lectissimus {adj} :: choicest, most or very excellent
lectisternium {n} :: lectisternium
lectito {v} :: I often gather or collect eagerly
lectito {v} :: I read often, eagerly or attention, to peruse
lectiuncula {f} :: A short reading
lecto {v} [rare] :: synonym of lēctitō
lector {m} :: A reader (person who reads to someone)
lectrix {f} :: A female reader
lectuarius {adj} :: of or belonging to the bed
lectuarius {adj} :: bed
lectularius {adj} :: bed, couch (attributive)
lectulus {m} :: A small couch or bed
lectulus {m} :: An eating couch
lecturus {v} :: about to choose, select, appoint
lecturus {v} :: about to collect, gather, bring together
lecturus {v} :: about to take, steal
lecturus {v} :: about to traverse, pass through
lecturus {v} :: about to read (aloud), recite
lectus {v} :: chosen, picked, having been selected
lectus {v} :: choice, excellent
lectus {m} :: bed
lectus {m} :: couch, sofa
lecythus {m} :: flask, cruse (for oil)
Lederata {prop} {f} :: a fortified town of Moesia situated on the road from Viminacium to Dacia
Ledesia {prop} [medieval] :: Leeds
ledo {m} [Medieval Latin] :: ebb
Ledus {prop} {m} :: A small river of Gallia Narbonensis, now called Lez
legalis {adj} :: legal
legalis {adj} :: law (attributive)
legans {v} :: despatching, sending
legans {v} :: deputizing
legatio {f} :: ambassador (office, not person)
legatio {f} :: embassy
legatio {f} :: legation
legatio {f} :: deputy command
legator {m} :: Somebody who leaves something by will or leaves a legacy; testator
legatorius {adj} :: Of or pertaining to a deputy or his office
legatum {n} :: A bequest, legacy
legatus {m} :: envoy, ambassador, legate
legatus {m} :: deputy
legatus {m} :: lieutenant
legatus {v} :: sent, despatched, having been sent
Legedia {prop} {f} :: A town of Gallia Lugdunensis situated on the road from Condate to Coriallum
legendus {v} :: which is to be chosen, selected, appointed
legendus {v} :: which is to be collected, gathered, brought together
legendus {v} :: which is to be taken, stolen
legendus {v} :: which is to be traversed, passed through
legendus {v} :: which is to be read (aloud), recited
legens {m} :: A reader
legens {v} :: choosing, selecting, appointing
legens {v} :: collecting, gathering, bringing together
legens {v} :: taking, stealing
legens {v} :: traversing, passing through
legens {v} :: reading (aloud), reciting
legifer {adj} :: law-giving
legio {f} [military] :: A legion
legionarius {adj} :: legionary, of or pertaining to a legion
legionicus {adj} :: Leonese
legirupa {m} :: law-breaker
legirupio {m} :: law-breaker
legislatio {f} :: the giving of the law
legislator {m} :: legislator
legisperitus {m} :: lawyer, law-expert
legitimatus {adj} :: legitimized
legitime {adv} :: lawfully, legitimately, according to law
legitimus {adj} :: lawful, legal, legitimate
legitimus {adj} :: legal (of or pertaining to the law)
legitimus {adj} :: just, proper, appropriate
legiuncula {f} :: A small legion
lego {v} :: I choose, select, appoint
lego {v} :: I collect, gather, bring together
lego {v} :: I read
lego {v} :: I dispatch, send as ambassador
lego {v} :: I deputize
leguleius {m} :: A pettifogger, a pettifogging lawyer
legulus {m} :: A collector, gatherer, picker
legumen {n} :: pulse, legume (leguminous plant)
legumen {n} :: bean (plant)
leguminosus {adj} :: leguminous
-legus {suffix} :: Forms adjectives related to the concept of collecting, gathering together
Leibnitius {prop} {m} :: surname
Leibnitius {prop} {m} :: Godefridus Guilielmus Leibnitius (1646–1716), German mathematician, philosopher, and polymath
Leipnitius {prop} {m} :: rare spelling of Leibnitius
Lelantus {prop} {m} :: A river of Euboea
Leleges {prop} {m} :: A Pelasgic tribe who lived scattered over several parts of Asia Minor and Greece
lema {f} :: rheum that collects in the corner of the eyes
Lemanus {prop} {m} :: The Geneva Lake
Lemavi {prop} {mp} :: A Celtic tribe of Gallaecia whose chief town was Dactonium
lembus {m} :: A cutter, yacht; a ship built for speed
lemma {n} [literally] :: a subject for consideration or explanation, a theme, matter, subject, contents
lemma {n} :: the title of an epigram (because it indicates the subject)
lemma {n} :: the epigram itself
lemma {n} :: a story, tale
lemma {n} :: the assumption or lemma of a syllogism
lemma {f} :: medieval spelling of lemnia
lemmus {m} [New Latin] :: lemming
lemniscatus {adj} :: decorated with hanging ribbons
lemniscus {m} :: A pendent ribbon
Lemniselenis {prop} {m} :: given name, character in the play Persa of Plautus
Lemnos {prop} {f} :: Lemnos (an island in the northeastern Aegaean Sea)
Lemnus {prop} {f} :: alternative form of Lēmnos
lemonium {n} :: (wild) beet
Lemovices {prop} {m} :: A Celtic tribe of Aquitania, whose chief town was Augustoritum
lemures {m} :: shades, ghosts of the departed
lemures {m} :: ghosts, spectres
Lemuria {prop} {np} :: The festival of Lemurēs (spirits, ghosts)
lena {f} [slang] :: procuress, madame
Lena {prop} {m} :: given name, character in the play Cistellaria of Plautus
lene {adv} :: softly, gently
leniceps {adj} :: calm-headed
leniendus {v} :: which is to be softened
leniens {v} :: softening
lenimen {n} :: a soothing
lenimen {n} :: remedy
lenimen {n} :: alleviation, mitigation, solace
lenimentum {n} :: an alleviation
lenio {v} :: I soften, soothe
lenio {v} :: I mollify, assuage, appease, pacify
lenior {adj} :: softer, smoother, gentler
lenior {adj} :: more gradual
lenior {adj} :: milder, calmer
lenis {adj} :: soft, smooth, gentle
lenis {adj} :: gradual
lenis {adj} :: moderate, mild, calm
lenissimus {adj} :: softest, smoothest, gentlest etc
lenitas {f} :: softness, smoothness
lenitas {f} :: gentleness, mildness, tenderness
leniter {adv} :: softly, gently
lenitio {f} :: an assuaging
lenitudo {f} :: softness, mildness, gentleness
leniturus {v} :: about to soften
lenitus {v} :: softened
leno {m} :: pimp
leno {m} :: seducer
lenocinium {n} :: pandering, pimping, prostitution
lenocinium {n} :: allurement, enticement
lenocinium {n} :: flattery
lenonice {adv} :: Like a pimp
lens {f} :: A lentil bean
lens {f} :: nit (egg of a louse)
lente {adv} :: slowly
Lentia {prop} {f} :: Linz (city in modern Austria)
lenticula {f} :: lentil
lentior {adj} :: stickier, more tenacious etc
lentior {adj} :: slower, more sluggish
lentiscifer {adj} :: Bearing mastic-trees
lentiscus {f} :: The mastic-tree (Pistacia lentiscus)
lentissime {adv} :: superlative of lente
lentitudo {f} :: sluggishness, dullness
lentitudo {f} :: apathy, insensibility
lentius {adv} :: comparative of lentē
lento {vt} :: I bend under strain, I flex
lentulus {adj} :: rather slow
Lentulus {prop} {m} :: A Roman cognomen — famously held by:
Lentulus {prop} {m} :: Gnaeus Cornelius Lentulus Gaetulicus, a Roman politician
lentus {adj} :: sticky, tenacious
lentus {adj} :: slow, sluggish
lentus {adj} :: flexible, pliant
lentus {adj} :: indifferent, phlegmatic
lenunculus {m} :: A skiff, bark; a small sailing vessel
leo {m} :: lion
leo {m} :: lion's skin
leo {m} [constellation] :: the constellation Leo
leo {m} [figuratively] :: lionheart; a courageous person
leo {m} :: a kind of crab
leo {m} :: a kind of plant
leonatus {adj} [Medieval Latin] :: decorated with figures of lions
Leonatus {prop} {m} :: alternative spelling of Leonnātus
leonensis {adj} :: León or Léon (various places) (attributive)
Leonida {prop} {m} :: given name, character in the play Amphitryon of Plautus
leoninus {adj} :: leonine; of or pertaining to a lion
Leonnatus {prop} {m} :: one of the generals of Alexander the Great
Leonnatus {prop} {m} :: one of the officers of Perseus
Leontes {prop} {m} :: A river of Phoenicia mentioned by Ptolemy, now the Litani River
leontice {f} :: a plant also called cacalia
Leontini {prop} {mp} :: A city in Sicily situated between Catana and Syracusae, birthplace of Gorgias, now Lentini
leontios {m} :: A precious stone of the color of a lion
leontopetalon {n} :: lion’s leaf, Leontice leontopetalum
Leontopolis {f} :: A city of Lower Egypt on the delta of the Nile
leopardus {m} :: leopard
Leosthenes {prop} {m} :: An Athenian commander during the Lamian War
lepide {adv} :: pleasantly, agreeably
lepide {adv} :: charmingly, wittily
lepidissimus {adj} :: most or very pleasant or witty
lepidissimus {adj} :: most or very effeminate
lepidium {noun} :: A plant, garden cress, pepperwort, Lepidium sativum
lepidopterus {adj} :: scaly-winged
lepidopterus {adj} :: of or relating to the order Lepidopterabutterflies and moths
lepidotis {f} :: An unknown kind of precious stone
lepidus {adj} :: pleasant, charming
lepidus {adj} :: witty
lepidus {adj} :: effeminate
Lepidus {prop} {m} :: A Roman cognomen — famously held by:
Lepidus {prop} {m} :: Marcus Aemilius Lepidus, a Roman consul
Lepinus {prop} {m} :: A mountain of Latium situated near Signia
lepista {f} :: A goblet
Lepontii {prop} {mp} :: An Alpine tribe, who dwelt in the valleys of the south side of the Alps
lepor {m} :: pleasantness, charm
leporarius {adj} :: of a hare
lepos {m} :: pleasantness, charm
lepos {m} :: politeness, grace
lepos {m} :: pleasantry, wit, humor
lepra {f} :: leprosy
Lepreum {prop} {n} :: the chief town of Triphylia in Elis
leprosus {adj} :: leprous
Leptis {prop} {f} :: Multiple ancient cities in Africa including:
Leptis {prop} {f} :: Leptis Magna (an ancient city near Khoms in modern Libya)
Leptis {prop} {f} :: Leptis Parva (an ancient city near Monastir in modern Tunisia)
leptophyllus {adj} :: having long, slender leaves; leptophyllous
leptoptilos {m} [zoology, New Latin] :: An adjutant: a member of the genus Leptoptilos, species of crane or stork in Africa, India, and Southeast Asia
leptorhynchus {adj} :: slender-nosed; slender-billed
lepturus {adj} :: Having a thin tail
leptus {adj} [New Latin] :: thin, slender
lepus {m} :: a hare
lepus {m} :: a poisonous sea fish colored like the hare
lepus {m} [constellation] :: the constellation Lepus
lepusculus {m} :: A young hare, leveret
leria {np} [plurale tantum] :: Golden ornaments over a tunic
Lerina {prop} {f} :: An island situated near Lero
Lerna {prop} {f} [geography] :: A marsh situated near Argos, famous as the abode of the Hydra
Lero {prop} {f} :: An island situated off the coast of Gallia Narbonensis, near the Stoechades
leros {f} [mineralogy] :: a kind of precious stone
Lesbonicus {prop} {m} :: given name, character in the play Trinummus of Plautus
Lesbos {prop} {f} :: Lesbos
Lesothum {prop} {n} :: Lesotho
lessus {m} :: A wailing, cry
lessus {m} :: Funeral lamentation
Lesura {prop} {f} :: A tributary river of the Moselle, now the Lieser
letalis {adj} :: lethal, deadly, fatal, mortal
Lethaeus {adj} :: of or pertaining to Lethe, Lethean
Lethaeus {adj} :: of the underworld, of the infernal regions
Lethaeus {adj} :: causing forgetfulness or sleepiness
lethargia {f} [Late Latin] :: lethargy; drowsiness
lethargicus {adj} :: lethargic
lethargus {m} :: lethargy, drowsiness
Lethe {prop} {f} [Greek mythology] :: the river Lethe, the river of oblivion
Lethon {prop} {m} :: A river of Cyrenaica mentioned by Pliny
lethum {n} :: alternative form of lētum
letifer {adj} :: deadly, fatal
letifer {adj} :: death-dealing
leto {v} :: I kill, slay
Letoia {prop} {f} :: An island of the Ionian Sea mentioned by Pliny
Letrini {prop} {mp} :: A town of Elis situated near the sea on the road from Elis to Olympia
Lettonia {prop} {f} [New Latin] :: Latvia
lettonicus {adj} :: Latvian
letum {n} :: violent death, annihilation, killing
letum {n} :: ruin
Leucadia {prop} {f} :: Lefkada (island of the Ionian Sea)
Leuci {prop} {mp} :: A Celtic tribe of Gallia Belgica
Leucippus {prop} {m} :: The father of Phoebe and Hilaira, who were carried off by Castor and Pollux
Leucippus {prop} {m} :: A son of Hercules
Leucippus {prop} {m} :: A Grecian philosopher, disciple of Zeno of Elea
leucocephalus {adj} [New Latin] :: white-headed
leucochrysos {m} :: A species of chrysolite
leucochrysos {m} :: A white gem, clear as crystal
leucogaster {adj} [New Latin] :: having a white belly
leucomelas {adj} :: black and white
leucophaeatus {adj} [New Latin] :: Having grayish markings
leucophthalmos {m} :: An unknown gem
leucopoecilos {m} :: An unknown gem, spotted with white
leucops {f} [New Latin] :: white face (attributive)
leucopterus {adj} [New Latin] :: white-winged
leucopus {m} :: [usually used attributively] white foot
leucrion {n} :: A plant also called cynoglōssa
Leuctra {np} :: a small town of Boeotia where Epaminondas defeated the Spartans
Leuctra {np} :: a small town of Laconia situated on the eastern side of the gulf of Messenia
leucurus {adj} [New Latin] :: white-tailed
leunculus {m} :: small lion (carved)
Leuni {prop} {mp} :: A tribe of Hispania Tarraconensis mentioned by Pliny
Leuni {prop} {mp} :: A tribe of Vindelicia mentioned by Ptolemy
levamen {n} :: alleviation, mitigation
levamen {n} :: solace, consolation
levamentum {n} :: An alleviation, mitigation, consolation
Levana {prop} {f} [Roman god] :: Levana
levandus {v} :: which is to be raised
levans {v} :: lifting, raising
levans {v} :: smoothing, polishing
levatio {f} :: elevation (act of raising)
levatio {f} :: alleviation, mitigation, relief
levaturus {v} :: about to raise
levatus {v} :: lifted, raised, having been lifted
levatus {v} :: smoothed, polished, having been made smooth
levenna {m} :: a distracted, absent-minded person
levicollis {adj} :: having a smooth neck or stem
leviculus {adj} :: a little vain
levidensis {adj} :: slight, of poor make or construction
levifidus {adj} :: untrustworthy
levigans {v} :: lightening, making lighter
levigans {v} :: smoothing, polishing
levigatio {f} :: levelling, smoothing
levigatus {v} :: lightened, having been made lighter
levigatus {v} :: smoothed, polished, having been made smooth
levigatus {v} :: smooth, slippery
levigo {v} :: I make light, lighten
levigo {v} :: I make smooth, polish
levior {adj} :: lighter (less heavy)
levior {adj} :: quicker, swifter
levir {m} [Late Latin] :: one's husband's brother
levis {adj} :: light (not heavy)
levis {adj} :: quick, swift
levis {adj} :: fickle
levis {adj} :: dispensable
levis {adj} :: trivial, trifling
levis {adj} :: smooth, smoothed
levis {adj} [substantive] :: smoothness
levissime {adv} :: superlative of leviter
levissimus {adj} :: lightest
levissimus {adj} :: quickest
levissimus {adj} :: smoothest
levitas {f} :: levity, lightness
levitas {f} :: fickleness, inconstancy, disloyalty
levitas {f} :: smoothness
leviter {adv} :: lightly, not heavily
leviter {adv} :: slightly, somewhat
leviter {adv} :: easily, smoothly
Levites {prop} :: a Levite
leviticus {adj} :: Levitical / levitical
levitudo {f} :: smoothness
levius {adv} :: comparative of leviter
levo {v} :: I raise, elevate, lift up
levo {v} :: I make light, lighten
levo {v} :: I relieve, ease, comfort
levo {v} :: I mitigate, alleviate
levo {v} :: I make smooth, polish
levus {adj} :: alternative form of laevus
lex {f} :: a proposition or motion for a law made to the people by a magistrate, a bill
lex {f} [figurative] :: a bill which has become a law, a law
lex {f} [figurative] :: a precept, regulation, principle, rule, mode, manner
lex {f} [figurative] :: a contract, agreement, covenant
lex {f} [figurative] :: a condition, stipulation
lex ferenda {f} [legal] :: what the law ought to be
lexicon {n} :: lexicon
lexis {f} :: A word
lex lata {f} [legal] :: The law as it is
Lexovii {prop} {mp} :: A Celtic tribe of Gallia Lugdunensis
leytensis {adj} :: Of or from Leyte (island in the Philippines)
liaculum {n} :: a polishing instrument
lib. {abbr} :: abbreviation of liber: book, volume
libadion {n} :: centaury (the herb)
libamen {n} :: libation, offering to the gods
libamenta {n} :: libation, offering to the gods
libamentum {n} :: libation
libandus {v} :: which is to be tasted
libandus {v} :: which is to be dedicated etc
libanensis {adj} :: Lebanese
libanochrus {f} :: An unknown precious stone
libanotis {f} :: rosemary
libans {v} :: sipping, tasting
libans {v} :: sprinkling (to consecrate or as a libation)
libans {v} :: spilling
libanus {adj} :: Lebanese (of Lebanon)
libanus {adj} :: frankincense
Libanus {prop} {m} :: Mount Lebanon
Libarna {prop} {f} :: a city in the interior of Liguria, on the road from Genua to Dertona
libatio {f} :: libation, drink-offering to the gods
libatorium {n} :: libation vessel
libatus {v} :: sipped, tasted, having been sipped
libatus {v} :: sprinkled, consecrated, having been sprinkled as a libation
libatus {v} :: spilled, having been spilled
libella {f} :: An as (the tenth part of a denarius)
libella {f} :: level (builder's tool)
libellula {f} [New Latin] :: dragonfly
libellus {m} :: a little book, pamphlet
libellus {m} :: a billet, leaflet
libellus {m} :: a petition
libens {adj} :: ready, willing, eager
libens {adj} :: with pleasure, with good will
libens {adj} :: glad, cheerful, merry
libenter {adv} :: willingly, eagerly
libenter {adv} :: gladly, cheerfully
libenter {adv} :: with vigour, with enthusiasm
Libentina {prop} {f} :: A surname of Venus (as goddess of pleasure)
libentior {adj} :: readier, more willing or eager
libentissime {adv} :: superlative of libenter
libentissimus {adj} :: most or very willing etc
liber {adj} :: free, unrestricted
liber {m} :: book
liber {m} :: the inner bark of a tree
Liber {prop} {m} [Roman myth] :: An Italian deity of planting and fruiting; associated with the Roman Bacchus
liberalior {adj} :: more dignified etc
liberalior {adj} :: more liberal etc
liberalis {adj} :: Of or pertaining to freedom
liberalis {adj} :: dignified, honorable, befitting a freedman
liberalis {adj} :: generous, liberal, bountiful, ample
liberalissimus {adj} :: most or very free, generous, liberal etc
liberalitas {f} :: frankness, affability
liberalitas {f} :: generosity, liberality
liberaliter {adv} :: nobly, courteously, graciously
liberaliter {adv} :: liberally
liberandus {v} :: which is to be freed, liberated
liberandus {v} :: which is to be released, delivered
liberandus {v} :: which is to be absolved, acquitted
liberans {v} :: freeing, liberating
liberans {v} :: releasing, delivering
liberans {v} :: absolving, acquitting
liberate te ex inferis {phrase} :: Save yourself from hell
liberatio {f} :: liberation, release
liberator {m} :: A liberator, deliverer
liberaturus {v} :: about to free, liberate
liberaturus {v} :: about to release, deliver
liberaturus {v} :: about to absolve, acquit
liberatus {v} :: freed, liberated, having been freed
liberatus {v} :: released, delivered, having been released
liberatus {v} :: absolved, acquitted, having been absolved
libere {adv} :: freely, without restraint or hindrance
libere {adv} :: openly, boldly, frankly
liberi {m} :: Children
Liberia {prop} {f} [New Latin] :: Liberia
liberiensis {adj} :: Liberian
liberior {adj} :: freer; more unrestricted
libero {v} :: I free, liberate
libero {v} :: I release, deliver
libero {v} :: I absolve, acquit
liberrimus {adj} :: most or very free
liberta {f} :: A freedwoman
libertas {f} :: liberty, freedom
libertas {f} :: civil liberty
libertas {f} :: political liberty, independence
libertas {f} :: freedom of speech, candor
libertas {f} :: (social) privilege
libertina {f} :: A freedwoman
libertinus {adj} :: Of or pertaining to the qualities of a freedman
libertinus {adj} [substantive] :: A freedman
liberto {v} :: I liberate, exempt
libertus {m} :: A freedman, an emancipated person
libet {v} [with dative] :: it is pleasing; it is agreeable
libidinosior {adj} :: more libidinous etc
libidinosissimus {adj} :: most or very libidinous or licentious
libidinosissimus {adj} :: most or very passionate
libidinositas {m} :: libidinosity, lust, lechery, licentiousness
libidinosus {adj} :: libidinous, licentious
libidinosus {adj} :: passionate
libidinosus {adj} :: yearning for something
libido {f} :: pleasure, inclination, fancy, longing
libido {f} :: caprice, passion, wantonness
libido {f} :: lust, sensuality
Libisosona {prop} {f} :: a city of the Oretani in Hispania Tarraconensis
libitum {v} :: pleased, having been one's pleasure
libitum {v} [substantive] :: one's pleasure
Libnius {prop} {m} :: A river of the west coast of Ireland mentioned by Ptolemy
libo {v} :: I taste, sip
libo {v} :: I sprinkle, consecrate, dedicate, make a libation
libo {v} :: I spill
libo {v} :: I graze
Libo {prop} {m} :: A Roman cognomen — famously held by:
Libo {prop} {m} :: Lucius Scribonius Libo, a Roman politician
libra {f} :: a Roman unit of measure, equal to twelve ounces; a pound (abbreviated lb.)
libra {f} :: a pair of scales, balance
libra {f} :: a level (a device for making horizontal)
libramen {n} :: balance, poise
librans {v} :: balancing, leveling, making horizontal
librans {v} :: swinging, brandishing, hurling
librariolus {m} :: copyist, transcriber
librariolus {m} :: scribe, secretary
librarium {n} :: a bookcase
librarium {n} :: a library
librarius {adj} :: Of or pertaining to books
librarius {adj} [substantive] :: A scribe, copyist, secretary
librarius {adj} [substantive] :: A bookcase
libratio {f} :: levelling
libratio {f} :: level (horizontal position)
libratus {v} :: balanced, leveled, having been made horizontal
libratus {v} :: swung, brandished, having been hurled
libratus {v} [adjectivally] :: powerful, forcible
libriger {m} :: one who carries books, a book-carrier, colporteur
librilis {adj} :: pound (weight, attributive)
libro {v} :: I poise, balance
libro {v} :: I swing, brandish, hurl, cast, fling
libro {v} [figuratively] :: I consider, weigh, ponder
libum {n} :: pancake (sacred to the gods)
liburna {f} :: A kind of light boat
Liburni {prop} {mp} :: A pre-Roman tribe settled in Istria
liburnicus {adj} :: Liburnian, Croatian
libus {m} :: alternative form of libum
Libya {prop} {f} :: Africa, i.e. the part of North Africa known in classical antiquity
Libya {prop} {f} [New Latin] :: Libya (modern country in North Africa)
libycus {adj} :: Libyan
Libyssus {adj} :: Libyan
licens {v} :: allowing, permitting
licens {adj} :: bold, presumptious
licens {adj} :: unrestrained
licenter {adv} :: boldly, impudently
licenter {adv} :: licentiously
licentia {f} :: a license, freedom, liberty
licentia {f} :: a liberty which one assumes; boldness, presumption
licentia {f} :: unrestrained liberty, dissoluteness, licentiousness, wantonness
licentiatus {m} :: freedom, license
licentiatus {v} [Medieval Latin] :: licensed
licentior {adj} :: bolder etc
liceo {v} :: I am for sale
liceo {v} :: I have a price; I fetch; I value
liceor {vit} [at an auction] :: I bid (for), make an offer (for)
liceor {v} [figuratively] :: I value, appraise, estimate
licet {v} [with dative] :: it is allowed; one is permitted
Lichades {prop} {f} :: A group of three islands situated near Euboea
lichen {m} [literally] :: a cryptogamic species of vegetation growing on trees, lichen
lichen {m} [transferred sense, medicine] :: an eruption on the skin of men and beasts, a tetter, ringworm
lichen {m} [and especially] :: a callous excrescence upon the leg of a horse, used as a medicine
licheniformis {adj} [New Latin, chiefly used as a specific epithet] :: having the form of lichen
lichenologia {f} [New Latin, botany] :: lichenology
Lichtenstenum {prop} {n} :: Liechtenstein
liciatorium {n} :: beam of a weaver's loom
Licinius {prop} {m} :: a Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name" famously held by:
Licinius {prop} {m} :: Marcus Licinius Crassus, a Roman general
Licinius {prop} {m} :: Lucius Licinius Lucullus a Roman politician
licinus {adj} :: bent or turned upward
licitatio {f} :: bidding (offering a price)
licitus {v} :: allowed, permitted, having been permitted
licium {n} :: loop in the texture woven, through which the basic fabric is pulled
licium {n} :: thrum, leash
licium {n} :: thread
lictor {m} :: lictor (officer in Ancient Rome)
licturus {v} :: about to quit
lictus {v} :: quit
Licus {prop} {m} :: A river of Vindelicia that flows into the Danubius, now the Lech
lien {m} :: spleen
ligamen {n} :: a bandage, band, tie
ligamen {n} [Medieval Latin] :: poultice; bandage with herbal medicine
ligamentosus {adj} [New Latin] :: ligamentous
ligamentum {n} :: bandage
ligans {v} :: tying, binding
ligans {v} :: bandaging, wrapping
ligans {v} :: uniting, binding together
Ligarius {prop} {m} :: a Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name" famously held by:
Ligarius {prop} {m} :: Quintus Ligarius, a Roman soldier accused of treason
ligatio {f} :: binding, bandage
ligatura {f} :: binding, tying
ligatura {f} :: bookbinding
ligatus {v} :: connected, tied, bound, having been connected
ligatus {v} :: united, having been bound together
ligatus {v} :: bandaged, wrapped, having been bandaged
Liger {m} :: The river Loire in France
Ligii {prop} {mp} :: A Germanic tribe on the Weser
lignarius {adj} :: Of or belonging to wood
lignarius {m} :: carpenter, joiner
lignarius {m} :: wood carrier
lignarius {m} :: woodcutter
lignatio {f} :: The felling, procuring, or collecting of wood or firewood
lignatio {f} :: The place where wood or firewood is cut or made
lignator {m} :: A woodcutter or somebody who is sent to collect wood or firewood
ligneolus {adj} [of small objects] :: Of woodwooden
ligneus {adj} :: Of woodwooden
ligneus {adj} :: Similar in texture to woodwoody
lignicida {m} :: one who cuts or hews wood, woodcutter
lignicolus {adj} :: That lives in (dead) wood; lignicolous
lignor {v} :: I fetch, collect, or procure wood or firewood
lignosus {adj} :: woodlike
lignosus {adj} :: having kernel
lignum {n} :: firewood
lignum {n} [later Latin] :: wood tissue
lignum {n} :: tree
lignyizon {m} :: alternative form of lignȳzōn
lignyzon {m} :: an Indian carbuncle of faint brilliancy and a brownish color
ligo {m} :: A hoe, mattock
ligo {v} :: I tie, bind
ligo {v} :: I bandage, wrap around
ligo {v} :: I unite
ligulatus {adj} :: in the form of a tongue
ligulatus {adj} [New Latin] :: ligulate
ligurio {v} :: I am dainty or fond of luxuries
ligurio {v} :: I lick up, feed upon, feast on
ligurio {v} :: I envy or long for
ligusticum {noun} :: A plant indigenous to Liguria; lovage
ligusticus {adj} :: Ligurian
Ligustinus {m} :: A Roman cognomen — famously held by:
Ligustinus {m} :: Spurius Ligustinus, a Roman soldier
ligustrum {n} :: privet
ligyrius {m} :: ligure
lilaceus {adj} :: alternative spelling of līliāceus
lilacinus {adj} [New Latin] :: lilac-coloured
Lilaea {prop} {f} :: a town of Phocis situated near the sources of the river Cephisus
liliaceus {adj} :: lilac (coloured)
liliaceus {adj} [New Latin] :: Used as a species epithet to indicate having some lily-like or lilac-like feature
lilietum {n} :: a bed of lilies
lilinus {adj} :: Made from lilies
lilium {n} :: a lily
Lilybaeon {prop} {n} :: alt form Lilybaeum
Lilybaeum {prop} {n} :: Marsala (city in Sicily)
Lilybaeum {prop} {n} [geography] :: A promontory that forms the western point of the island
lima {f} :: file (carpenter's tool)
limandus {v} :: which is to be besmirched
limanicus {adj} :: Auvergnat
limans {v} :: sharpening
limans {v} :: filing, filing off
limans {v} :: polishing, finishing
limans {v} :: besmirching
limaturus {v} :: about to besmirch
limatus {v} :: sharpened, having been sharpened
limatus {v} :: filed, having been filed off
limatus {v} :: polished, finished, having been polished
limax {f} :: slug, snail
limbatus {adj} :: edged, bordered
limburgicus {adj} :: Limburgish
limbus {m} :: A border, edge
limbus {m} :: hem, fringe
limen {n} :: threshold, doorstep, sill (bottom-most part of a doorway)
limen {n} :: lintel
limen {n} :: threshold, entrance, doorway, approach; door
limen {n} :: house, home, abode, dwelling
limen {n} :: beginning, commencement
limen {n} :: end, termination
limes {m} :: limit, border, path
limeum {n} :: A poisonous plant used by Gauls to anoint their arrows
Limia {prop} {f} :: A river of Gallaecia, Hispania Tarraconensis, now called Lima in Portuguese and Limia in Galician
Limici {prop} {mp} :: A tribe of Gallaecia
limitandus {v} :: which is to be limited
limitaneus {adj} [attributive] :: border
limitaneus {adj} :: limiting (at a limit)
limitatio {f} :: determination (fixing a value etc.)
limitatus {v} :: limited, delimited, bounded
limitatus {v} :: fixed, settled, determined
limito {v} :: I limit, delimit, bound
limito {v} :: I fix, settle, determine
limma {n} :: a semitone
Limnaea {prop} {f} :: a town of Acarnania, situated at the corner of the gulf of Ambracia
Limnaea {prop} {f} :: a town of Thessaly
limneticus {adj} [New Latin] :: limnetic
limnophilus {adj} :: limnophilous
limo {v} :: I sharpen
limo {v} :: I file, file off
limo {v} :: I polish, finish
limo {v} [figuratively] :: I investigate accurately
limo {v} :: I besmirch
limo {v} :: I bespatter with mud
limoniatis {f} :: A precious stone of a green color, perhaps the emerald
Limonum {prop} {n} :: The chief city of the Pictones in Aquitania, now Poitiers
limositas {f} :: muddiness
limosus {adj} :: miry, muddy, marshy, slimy
limpidissimus {adj} :: clearest, brightest, most or very clear, bright of limpid
limpidus {adj} :: clear, bright, limpid
limpitudo {f} :: clearness, transparency
limulus {adj} :: somewhat askance, slightly oblique
limus {adj} :: sidelong, askew, askance, sideways
limus {m} :: mud, slime, muck
limus {m} [figuratively] :: feces within the bowels
limus {m} :: filth, pollution
limus {m} :: a priest's apron
Limyrus {prop} {m} :: A river of Lycia which flows near Limyra and then into the Mediterranean Sea
linarius {m} :: linen-weaver
lincturus {v} :: about to lick
linctus {v} :: licked
linctus {m} :: a licking; the act of licking
Lindus {prop} {f} :: Lindos, an ancient city on the island of Rhodes
linea {f} :: A linen thread
linea {f} :: Any line, thread, or string, particularly
linea {f} :: The warp and weft during weaving
linea {f} :: A fishing line
linea {f} :: A plumbline
linea {f} :: A bowstring
linea {f} [geometry] :: A geometric line
linea {f} :: A boundary line
linea {f} :: A line of descent, a lineage
linea {f} :: A line of thought; an outline, a sketch
linealis {adj} :: consisting of lines, linear, lineal
lineamentum {n} [that is drawn] :: a mark, line, stroke
lineamentum {n} [in the plural] :: features, lineaments
lineamentum {n} [in the plural] :: drawings, designs, delineations
linearifolius {adj} :: having linear / straight leaves
linearis {adj} :: consisting of lines, linear, lineal
linearius {adj} :: Of or pertaining to lines
lineatio {f} :: The drawing of a line
lineatio {f} :: A feature, lineament
lineatus {adj} :: lined
lineo {v} :: I make straight or perpendicular
lineola {f} :: a little line
lineolatus {adj} :: marked (longitudinally) with fine lines; lineolate
lineus {adj} :: of flax or linen; flaxen
lingendus {v} :: which is to be licked
lingens {v} :: licking
lingo {v} :: I lick (up)
Lingones {prop} {m} :: A Celtic tribe of Gallia Belgica, which dwelt near the sources of the Marne and Seine
lingua {f} :: tongue
lingua {f} :: A speech
lingua {f} :: An utterance or expression
lingua {f} :: A language
lingua {f} :: A dialect, idiom or mode of speech
lingua {f} [poetic, of animals] :: voice, note, song, bark etc
lingua {f} :: A plant (alternatively called lingulaca)
lingua {f} :: The reed of the Roman tibiae
lingua {f} :: A small amount of something, e.g. "a tongue of land" or "a spoonful"
lingua {f} :: The short arm of a lever
linguae tempera {interj} :: stop talking!, peace!, silence!
lingua Iaponica {f} :: the Japanese language
linguatus {adj} :: eloquent; gifted in speech
linguax {adj} :: loquacious
linguisticus {adj} [New Latin, New Latin] :: linguistic (of or pertaining to language)
lingula {f} :: diminutive of lingua
lingula {f} :: tongue of land
linguosus {adj} :: talkative, loquacious
linguosus {adj} :: expressive
liniamentum {n} :: alternative form of lineamentum
liniger {adj} :: wearing linen, clothed in linen
linimen {n} :: grease
linimentum {n} :: liniment
linio {v} :: alternative form of lino
linitio {f} :: anointing
linna {f} :: A kind of garment typical of Gauls
lino {v} :: I daub, besmear, anoint
Linos {prop} {m} :: alternative form of Linus
linquendus {v} :: which is to be quit
linquens {v} :: departing, quitting
linquo {v} :: I leave, quit, forsake, depart from
linteamen {n} :: linen cloth
lintearia {f} :: a (female) weaver of or dealer in linen
lintearius {adj} :: of, belonging to, or relating to linen
lintearius {m} :: a (male) weaver of or dealer in linen
linteo {m} :: a weaver or dealer of linen
linteolum {n} :: small linen cloth
linter {f} :: tub, trough
linter {f} :: small light boat, skiff
linteum {n} :: linen cloth
linteum {n} [nautical] :: sail
linteum {n} :: awning
linteus {adj} [attributive] :: linen
linthearius {adj} [Medieval Latin] :: alternative spelling of linteārius
linthearius {m} [Medieval Latin] :: alternative spelling of linteārius
linum {n} :: flax
linum {n} :: linen cloth; garment made of linen
linum {n} :: rope, line, string, thread, cord, cable
linum {n} :: net for hunting or fishing
linum {n} :: wick of a lamp
linum {n} :: sail
Linus {prop} {m} :: Linus (given name), famously held by:
Linus {prop} {m} :: A son of Apollo and Psammate, daughter of Crotopus, king of the Argives; he was given by his mother to the care of shepherds, and one day, being left alone, was torn to pieces by dogs; whereupon Apollo sent into the land a monster which destroyed everything, until slain by Chorœbus
Linus {prop} {m} :: The son of Apollo and Terpsichore, instructor of Orpheus and Hercules, the latter of whom killed him by a blow with the lyre. (Sextus Propertius confounds him with the preceding. According to others, he was a son of Mercury and Urania, and was killed by Apollo in Eubœa.)
Linus {prop} {m} :: A fountain in Arcadia
lio {v} :: I smooth
lio {v} :: I plaster over
Lipara {prop} {f} :: One of the Lipari Islands, now Lipari
liparea {f} :: An unknown precious stone
Liparis {m} :: A river of Cilicia, which flows into the Mediterranean Sea, now the Mezitli River
lipio {vi} [of kites] :: I croak
lipolyticus {adj} [New Latin] :: lipolytic
lippidus {adj} :: Having bleary eyes
lippio {v} :: I have bleary, watery or inflamed eyes
lippio {v} :: [figuratively] I water, tear up
lippitudo {f} :: bleariness, wateriness, or inflammation of the eyes
lippus {adj} :: having bleary, watery or inflamed eyes
lippus {adj} :: half-sighted, mope-eyed, purblind, myopic
lippus {adj} :: blind to one's own faults
Lipsia {prop} {f} [medieval] :: Leipzig (city in Saxony, Germany)
liquamen {n} :: liquid mixture
liquamen {n} :: fish sauce
liquamentum {n} :: mixture; concoction
liquans {v} :: melting, liquifying
liquans {v} :: filtering, straining
liquans {v} [figuratively] :: clarifying, simplifying
liquatus {v} :: melted, liquified, having been melted
liquatus {v} :: filtered, strained, having been filtered
liquatus {v} [figuratively] :: clarified, simplified, having been clarified
liquefaciendus {v} :: which is to be liquefied, melted
liquefaciens {v} :: melting
liquefacio {v} :: I melt or liquefy
liquefacio {v} :: I dissolve
liquefactio {f} :: liquefaction
liquefacturus {v} :: about to melt
liquefactus {v} :: melted, liquefied
liquefactus {v} :: dissolved
liquens {v} :: flowing
liquens {v} :: clearing
Liquentia {prop} {f} :: A river of Venetia that flows into the Adriatic Sea, now Livenza
liqueo {v} :: I am liquid, fluid
liqueo {v} :: I am clear, transparent, limpid
liqueo {v} [figuratively] :: I am clear, evident, apparent
liquescens {v} :: melting, liquefying
liquesco {v} :: I melt, liquefy
liquiditas {f} :: liquidity
liquidus {adj} :: liquid, fluid, flowing
liquidus {adj} [substantive] :: a liquid; water
liquidus {adj} :: clear, transparent, limpid
liquidus {adj} [figuratively] :: without interruption, smooth, fluid, flowing
liquidus {adj} [figuratively] :: clear, calm, serene, peaceful
liquidus {adj} [figuratively] :: unadulterated, unmixed, pure
liquidus {adj} [figuratively] :: clear, manifest, evident, obvious, certain
liquis {adj} :: oblique
liquo {vt} :: I melt, liquefy
liquo {vt} :: I filter, strain
liquo {v} [figuratively] :: I clarify, simplify
liquor {m} :: fluidity, liquidity
liquor {m} :: a liquid, fluid
liquor {vi} :: to be fluid or liquid
liquor {vi} :: to flow
liquor {vi} :: to melt, dissolve
lira {f} :: the earth thrown up between two furrows, a ridge
lira {f} [agriculture] :: furrow
liratus {adj} :: having ridges
liratus {adj} :: having thread-like lines or grooves
Liria {prop} {f} :: A river of Gallia Narbonensis
liricen {m} [post-Classical] :: alternative spelling of lyricen
Liris {prop} {m} :: One of the main rivers of Latium, now the Liri
lis {f} :: lawsuit, action
lis {f} :: contention, strife, quarrel
Lissa {prop} {f} :: a town of Mauritania mentioned by Pliny
Lissus {prop} {f} :: A city of Illyricum, now Lezhë or Alessio
listerianus {adj} [New Latin] :: Listerian
Litabrum {prop} {n} :: A town of Hispania Tarraconensis
litans {v} :: offering (to obtain favorable omens)
litans {v} :: obtaining favorable omens
litans {v} :: promising good omens
litans {v} :: propitiating, making atonement to
litans {v} :: devoting, consecrating
litargia {f} [Medieval Latin] :: lethargy
litatus {v} :: offered, having been offered to obtain favorable omens
litatus {v} :: promised, having been promised favorable omens
litatus {v} :: atoned to, propitiated, having been made atonement to
litatus {v} :: devoted, consecrated, having been consecrated
litera {f} :: alternative form of littera
literarius {adj} :: alternative form of litterarius
literatissimus {adj} :: alternative form of litteratissimus
literatus {adj} :: alternative form of litteratus
Liternum {prop} {n} :: A town on the sea coast of Campania, situated between the mouth of the Vulturnus and Cumae
lithargyrus {m} :: litharge
lithium {n} [New Latin, chemistry] :: lithium
lithographicus {adj} [New Latin] :: lithographic
lithuanicus {adj} :: Lithuanian
lithuanus {adj} :: Lithuanian
liticen {m} :: a clarionblower, a military trumpeter
litigans {v} :: disputing, quarrelling
litigans {v} [legal] :: litigating, suing
litigans {m} :: a litigant, quarrelsome person
litigatus {v} :: disputed, quarrelled over, having been disputed
litigatus {v} [legal] :: litigated, sued, having been litigated
litiger {adj} :: belonging to the legal process
litigiosus {adj} :: quarrelsome
litigiosus {adj} :: contentious, litigious
litigiosus {adj} :: disputed, contested
litigo {v} :: I dispute, quarrel
litigo {v} [legal] :: I litigate, sue
lito {v} :: I make an offering, especially because of or in order to receive favorable omens
lito {v} :: I obtain good omens
lito {v} :: I promise good omens
lito {v} :: I make atonement to, propitiate
lito {v} :: I devote, consecrate
litoralis {adj} :: of the seashore; littoral
litoreus {adj} [attributive] :: shore
litoreus {adj} :: littoral
littera {f} :: a letter of the alphabet
littera {f} :: handwriting
littera {f} [usually, in plural] :: letter, epistle
littera {f} [usually, in plural] :: literature
littera {f} [usually, in plural] :: books
littera {f} [usually, in plural] :: records, accounts
littera {f} [usually, in plural] :: an edict, ordinance
littera canina {f} :: the letter R (literally dog's letter, after its trilled pronunciation in Latin)
littera consonans {f} [grammar] :: consonant
litterae clausae {fp} :: letters close, a sealed document, usually official
litterae patentes {fp} :: letters patent, an open document, usually official
litteralis {adj} :: literary
litteralis {adj} :: epistolary
litteraliter {adv} :: literarily
litterarius {adj} :: literary: Of or about literature or writing
littera tenuis {f} [grammar, Late Latin] :: the unaspirated voiceless stops in Ancient Greek (π, τ, κ) as opposed to the aspirated voiceless stops (φ, χ, θ)
litteratim {adv} :: literatim, letter by letter, letter for letter
litteratissimus {adj} :: most or very learned
litteratissimus {adj} :: most or very erudite
litterator {m} :: teacher of reading, writing and grammar (especially at an elementary level)
litteratura {f} :: lettering; alphabet
litteratura {f} :: grammar, philology
litteratura {f} :: learning, erudition
litteratus {adj} :: learned, educated, scholarly, literate
litteratus {adj} :: cultured, erudite
littera vocalis {f} [grammar] :: vowel
littoralis {adj} :: alternative form of litoralis
littoreus {adj} :: alternative form of litoreus
littus {n} :: alternative form of litus
Lituania {prop} {f} [New Latin] :: Lithuania
lituanus {adj} :: Lithuanian
litura {f} :: smearing, anointing
litura {f} :: blotting out, erasure, correction
litura {f} :: blot
litura {f} :: alteration
liturgia {f} :: liturgy
liturgicus {adj} :: liturgical
liturgus {m} :: A servant of the state
liturgus {m} :: An attendant
litus {n} :: beach, shore
lituus {m} :: a military trumpet
lituus {m} :: a curved staff
Liudewitus {prop} {m} :: given name cognate to Ljudevit
livedo {f} :: blueness, lividness
livendus {v} :: which is to be envied
livens {v} :: envying
livens {v} :: bluish
liventia {f} :: envy
liveo {v} :: I am of a bluish color; I am livid
liveo {v} [figuratively] :: I am envious, envy
Liverpolis {prop} :: Liverpool
liverpolitanus {adj} :: Of Liverpool
livia {adj} [New Latin] :: bluish
lividans {v} :: A specific epithet for a bacterium
lividissimus {adj} :: most or very livid
lividissimus {adj} :: most or very envious etc
lividus {adj} :: of a blue or leaden colour, bluish, blue; livid
lividus {adj} :: envious, invidious, spiteful, malicious
Livius {prop} {m} :: a Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name" famously held by:
Livius {prop} {m} :: Livius Salinator, a Roman consul
Livius {prop} {m} :: Livius Andronicus a Roman dramatist and poet
Livonia {prop} {f} [New Latin] :: Livonia [historical region in the Baltic]
livor {m} :: A bruise
livor {m} :: A bluish color
livor {m} [figuratively] :: envy, malice
lix {m} :: lye, ashes
lixa {f} [military] :: sutler, camp follower
lixabundus {adj} :: journeying at pleasure
lixivus {adj} :: made into lye
lixulae {f} :: A round pancake made of flour, cheese and water
Lixus {prop} {m} :: A river of Mauritania, now the Loukkos
Lixus {prop} {m} :: A city situated along the river
loba {f} :: straw of Indian millet
loba {f} :: nightshade
lobatus {adj} :: having lobes; lobate
lobus {m} :: hull, husk, pod
lobus {m} :: lobe
localis {adj} :: Belong to a place; local
localiter {adv} :: locally
locandus {v} :: which is to be placed
locans {v} :: putting, placing, setting
locans {v} :: arranging, establishing
locans {v} :: leasing, hiring out, lending
locarium {n} :: rent paid for a stall; stall-money, stallage
locatio {f} :: disposition, arrangement
locatio {f} :: renting, leasing
locativus {adj} [grammar] :: locative
locator {m} :: letter, lessor (person who lets or hires)
locator {m} :: contractor
locaturus {v} :: about to place
locatus {v} :: put, placed, having been set
locatus {v} :: arranged, established, having been established
locatus {v} :: leased, hired out, having been leased
locellus {m} :: a casket, small box
lociservator {m} [Medieval Latin, in general use] :: a delegate, deputy, representative, stand-in, or substitute
lociservator {m} [Medieval Latin, in specific historical use, in the Kingdom of the Lombards] :: an official subordinate to a count or duke
locito {v} :: I let or hire out
Lockius {prop} {m} [New Latin] :: surname
Lockius {prop} {m} :: Johannes Lockius (1632–1704), English Enlightenment philosopher
loco {v} :: I put, place, set
loco {v} :: I arrange, establish
loco {v} :: I lease, hire out, lend
locor {v} :: alternative form of loquor
Locri {prop} {mp} :: A city on the eastern coast of Bruttium
Locris {f} [geography] :: a region of ancient Greece
loculus {m} :: A small place
loculus {m} :: coffin
loculus {m} :: manger, stall
loculus {m} :: purse, pocket
locum {n} :: place, spot
locuples {adj} :: possessing large, landed property
locuples {adj} :: rich, wealthy
locupletans {v} :: enriching, making wealthy
locupletans {v} :: embellishing
locupletatio {f} :: enrichment, wealth
locupletatus {v} :: enriched, made wealthy, having been enriched
locupletatus {v} :: embellished, having been embellished
locupletior {adj} :: richer, more wealthy
locupletissimus {adj} :: richest, wealthiest
locupleto {v} :: I enrich, make wealthy
locupleto {v} :: I embellish
locus {m} :: place, spot (a specific location)
locus {m} :: a passage of literature
locus {m} :: in the plural with neuter gender: a region or general geographic area
locus delicti {phrase} :: The place where a crime was committed; the crime scene
locusta {f} :: locust, grasshopper
locusta {f} :: crustacean, marine shellfish, lobster
locutio {f} :: The act of speaking; speech, discourse
locutio {f} :: A way of speaking; pronunciation
locutio {f} :: An utterance, word or mode of expression, phrase
locutor {m} :: speaker, talker
locutuleia {f} :: female babbler
locutuleius {adj} :: babbling, gibbering, prattling
locutuleius {m} :: talker, prattler, babbler
locuturus {v} :: about to speak
locutus {v} :: spoken, having spoken
lodicula {f} :: small coverlet or blanket
lodix {f} :: a small shaggy blanket or coverlet, sometimes also used as a carpet
logarithmicus {adj} :: logarithmic, pertaining to logarithms
logarithmus {m} [mathematics] :: logarithm
logeum {n} :: the part of the stage on which the actors spoke
logeum {n} :: archives
-logia {suffix} :: -logy; the study of
logicus {adj} :: logical
logicus {adj} :: reasonable
logium {n} :: breastplate (especially of a priest)
logomachia {f} :: logomachy
loligo {f} :: a squid
loligo {f} :: a cuttlefish
lolium {n} :: darnel, tare, cockle, lolium
Lollius {prop} {m} :: a Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name" famously held by:
Lollius {prop} {m} :: Quintus Lollius Urbicus, a Roman governor
lombardicus {adj} :: Lombard
lomentum {n} :: face powder, face cream, soap
lomentum {n} :: bean meal
lomentum {n} :: blue pigment
lonchus {m} :: A spear
Londinium {prop} {n} :: London
longa {f} [music] :: a long [British], quadruple whole note [US]
longaeva {f} :: An old woman
longaevitas {f} :: long life, longevity
longaevus {adj} :: Of a great age, aged, ancient; longevitous
longanimis {adj} [Late Latin] :: long-suffering, patient, forbearing
longanimissime {adv} :: superlative of longanimiter
longanimitas {f} :: long-suffering, patience, forbearance
longanimiter {adv} :: With long-suffering, patiently
longanimius {adv} :: comparative of longanimiter
longao {m} [anatomy] :: The large intestine
longe {adv} [of space] :: long, a long way off, far, far off, at a distance
longe {adv} [of time] :: long, for a long period of time
longe {adv} :: widely, greatly, much, very much
longe sum {v} :: I am far away
longe sum {v} :: I am of no assistance, I am of no avail
longevitas {f} :: alternative form of longaevitas
longevus {adj} :: alternative form of longaevus
longicaudatus {adj} :: long-tailed
longicaudus {adj} :: long-tailed
longiceps {adj} [New Latin] :: long-headed
longicollis {adj} :: having a long neck
longicornis {adj} :: long-horned
longiflorus {adj} :: having long flowers
longifolius {adj} [New Latin] :: long-leaved
longiloquium {n} :: A long speech
longimanus {adj} :: long-handed
longinque {adv} [of space] :: A long way off, far away, at a distance, distant
longinque {adv} [of time] :: For a long while, long; after a long interval
longinquior {adj} :: longer, more extensive
longinquior {adj} :: remoter, more distant
longinquior {adj} :: stranger, more foreign
longinquior {adj} :: longer-lasting
longinquissime {adv} :: superlative of longinque
longinquitas {f} [of space] :: A length, extent; distance, remoteness
longinquitas {f} [of time] :: A long continuance or duration, length
longinquius {adv} :: comparative of longinque
longinquo {adv} :: At a distance, a long way off
longinquo {v} :: I remove to a distance, put afar off
longinquus {adj} :: long, extensive; far off, distant, remote
longinquus {adj} :: living far off, foreign, strange
longinquus {adj} :: prolonged, continued, lasting, tedious, long
longinquus {adj} :: old, ancient
longinquus {adj} :: far-fetched, remote
longior {adj} :: longer
longior {adj} :: farther
longior {adj} :: greater
longior {adj} :: remoter
longipalpus {adj} :: having long feelers
longipedicellatus {adj} [New Latin] :: Having a long pedicel
longipennis {adj} :: having a long wing or fin, or long feathers
longipes {adj} :: long-footed, long-legged
longipetiolatus {adj} :: having a long stalk
longipinnis {adj} :: alternative form of longipennis
longirostris {adj} :: having a long beak
longisco {v} :: I become long
longisepalus {adj} :: having long sepals
longisetus {adj} :: having long hair
longispinus {adj} :: having long thorns or spines
longissime {adv} :: superlative of longe
longissimus {adj} :: longest or very long
longissimus {adj} :: furthest or very far
longitarsis {adj} :: long-footed
longiter {adv} :: far
longithorax {adj} :: having a long thorax
longitia {f} :: length
longitrorsus {adv} :: in length, lengthwise, lengthways
longitrosus {adv} :: alternative spelling of longitrorsus
longitudo {f} [of space] :: Length, longitude; longness
longitudo {f} [of time] :: A (long) duration, length
longitudo {f} [of writing or speech] :: lengthiness
longiturnitas {f} :: duration
longiturnus {adj} [Vulgar Latin, Vulgar Latin] :: Of a long duration, long
longius {adv} :: comparative of longe
longiuscule {adv} [of space] :: Rather far, long or lengthy
longiuscule {adv} [of time] :: Rather long
longiusculissime {adv} :: superlative of longiuscule
longiusculius {adv} :: comparative of longiuscule
longiusculus {adj} [of space] :: A little longer or rather long or lengthy
longiusculus {adj} [of time] :: A little longer or rather long
longiventris {adj} :: having a long belly
longivivax {adj} :: long-lived
Longula {prop} {f} :: A Volscian city of Latium situated near Corioli
longule {adv} :: Rather far, long or lengthy; at a little distance
longulus {adj} :: Rather long, far or lengthy; large in extent
longurio {m} :: A tall person
longurius {m} :: A long pole
longus {adj} [of space] :: far, long; extended, prolonged
longus {adj} [of time] :: long; tedious, laborious
longus {adj} [of speech or writing] :: long-winded, lengthy
longus {adj} :: great, vast, spacious
longus {adj} :: remote, distant, far off
Lopadusa {prop} {f} :: Lampedusa (island between Sicily and Tunisia)
Lopsica {prop} {f} :: a town of Liburnia situated near the mouth of the river Tedanius
loquacissimus {adj} :: most or very talkative
loquacitas {f} :: talkativeness, loquacity
loquaciter {adv} :: talkatively
loquaculus {adj} :: rather talkative
loquax {adj} :: talkative
loquela {f} :: speech, utterance, language, discourse
loquella {f} :: alternative form of loquela
loquendus {v} :: which is to be spoken or told
loquens {v} :: speaking, talking
loquentia {f} :: loquacity, talkativeness
loquerisne anglice {phrase} :: do you speak English?
-loquium {suffix} :: [forming nouns] -loquy
loquor {v} :: I say, speak, tell, talk
loquor {v} :: I declare, utter
loquutio {f} :: alternative form of locutio
lora {f} :: pomace wine
loramentum {n} :: thong, strap
loretum {n} :: alternative form of laurētum
Loretum {prop} {n} :: alternative form of Laurētum
lorica {f} :: A coat of mail
lorica {f} :: breastplate
loricatus {adj} :: wearing a lōrīca, harnessed, clad in mail
loricatus {adj} [Medieval Latin] :: wearing a coat of mail
loricatus {m} [Christianity] :: a monk penitent who practises mortification of the flesh by wearing a chainmail shirt next to the skin (i.e., without padding)
loricatus {m} :: a warrior clad in mail, an armoured knight
lorico {v} :: I armour (someone) with a lōrīca
lorico {v} [post-Classical, by extension] :: I clothe (someone) in a cuirass, breastplate, corslet, coat of mail, hauberk, or other such armour protecting at least the torso
lorico {v} [transferred sense] :: I cover (something) with a coating, I plaster
loricula {f} :: a small breastplate
lorum {n} :: thong (leather strap)
lorum {n} :: reins of a bridle
lorum {n} :: whip, lash, scourge
lorum {n} :: girdle
lorum {n} :: slender vinebranch
Loryma {np} :: a town of Caria, whose harbour was 20 Roman miles far from Rhodes
lotaster {m} :: wild lotus (of which javelins were made)
lotium {n} :: urine
lotor {m} :: laundryman (man who washes things)
lotos {f} {m} :: The Egyptian lotus flower, Nymphaea caerulea
lotos {f} {m} :: The date-plum, Diospyros lotus
lotos {f} {m} :: The mythical lotus tree, possibly Ziziphus lotus
lotura {f} :: A washing, bathing
lotus {v} :: washed, bathed, having been washed
lotus {v} :: elegant, luxurious
lotus {v} :: fashionable, refined
lotus {m} :: a washing, bathing
lotus {m} :: The Egyptian water lily, Nymphaea caerulea
lotus {m} :: The date plum, Diospyros lotus
lotus {m} :: The mythical lotus tree, possibly Ziziphus lotus
lourinhanensis {adj} :: Lourinhã (attributive)
Lov. {prop} {n} :: abbreviation of Lovanium
Lovanium {prop} {n} :: Leuven, Louvain (capital city of the province Flemish Brabant, Belgium)
loxensis {adj} :: Loja (in Ecuador, attributive)
Luanci {prop} {mp} :: A tribe of Gallaecia mentioned by Ptolemy
lubens {adj} :: ready, willing, eager
lubens {adj} :: with pleasure, with good will
lubens {adj} :: glad, cheerful, merry
lubenter {adv} :: willingly, eagerly
lubenter {adv} :: gladly, cheerfully
lubenter {adv} :: with vigour, with enthusiasm
lubentior {adj} :: readier, more willing
lubentissime {adv} :: superlative of lubenter
lubet {v} :: alternative form of libet
lubido {f} :: desire, longing
lubido {f} :: lust, wantonness
lubido {f} :: passion
lubricatus {v} :: lubricated; having been made slippery
lubricitas {f} :: slipperiness
lubrico {v} :: I make slippery
lubrico {v} :: I lubricate
lubricus {adj} :: slippery, slimy
lubricus {adj} :: fleeting
lubricus {adj} :: inconstant
lubricus {adj} :: deceitful
lubricus {adj} :: hazardous, unsteady
lubricus {adj} :: tricky
Luc. {prop} {m} :: abbreviation of Lūcās
Luca {prop} {f} :: a city in Etruria; site of modern-day Lucca
Luca bos {f} :: Lucanian cow (an epithet for elephant)
Lucania {prop} {f} :: Lucania
Lucanus {prop} {m} :: A resident of Lucania
Lucanus {prop} {m} :: The name of a Roman gēns
Lucanus {prop} {m} :: The Roman poet Lucan
lucar {n} :: A forest tax for the support of players
Lucas {prop} {m} :: Luke the Evangelist
Lucceius {prop} {m} :: a Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name" famously held by:
Lucceius {prop} {m} :: Lucius Lucceius, a Roman orator
Luceium {prop} {n} :: a castle or fortress in Galatia
lucellum {n} :: small gain
lucellum {n} :: slight profit
lucens {v} :: shining
lucens {v} [of the day] :: dawning, becoming light
lucens {v} :: showing through; becoming visible
Lucentum {prop} {n} :: A coastal city in Hispania Tarraconensis, now Alicante
luceo {v} :: I shine
luceo {v} [of the day] :: I dawn, become light
luceo {v} :: I show through; I become visible
luceo {v} :: I am conspicuous, apparent, evident
Luceria {prop} {f} :: Lucera (city in Italy)
lucerna {f} :: a lamp, an oil lamp
lucesco {v} :: I begin to shine
lucesco {v} [impersonal] :: it dawns (grows light)
Lucia {prop} {f} :: given name equivalent to Lucy
lucibilis {adj} :: bright, clear
lucidior {adj} :: clearer, brighter
lucidissimus {adj} :: clearest, brightest, most or very clear or bright
lucidus {adj} :: clear, bright, shining, full of light
lucidus {adj} [figuratively] :: clear, perspicuous, lucid
lucifer {adj} :: light-bringing
lucifer {m} :: bringer of light
lucifer {m} :: morning star, daystar, planet Venus
lucifugus {adj} :: that shuns daylight
lucifugus {adj} :: nocturnal
Lucil. {prop} {m} :: abbreviation of Lūcīlius
Lucilius {prop} {m} :: A Roman masculine nōmen — famously held by:
Lucilius {prop} {m} :: Gaius Ennius Lucilius (circa 180–103/2 BC), the earliest Roman satirist and a member of the Scipionic Circle
Lucilius {prop} {m} :: Lucilius Bassus, a writer mentioned by Cicero as being “of no merit”
Lucilius {prop} {m} :: Quintus Lucilius Balbus (fl. 40 BC), Stoic philosopher and pupil of Panaetius
Lucilius {prop} {m} :: Lucilius Junior (fl. AD 1st C.), procurator of Sicily during the reign of the Emperor Nero, a friend and correspondent of L. Annaeus Seneca, and the possible author of the poem Aetna
Lucipor {m} :: a male slave owned by Lūcius
lucius {m} :: a fish, probably the pike
Lucius {prop} {m} :: praenomen
lucratus {v} :: gained, acquired, profited
lucratus {v} :: saved
Lucretius {prop} {m} :: a Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name" famously held by:
Lucretius {prop} {m} :: Titus Lucretius Carus, a Roman poet
Lucretius {prop} {m} :: Spurius Lucretius Tricipitinus a Roman consul
lucrifacio {v} :: I gain, profit
Lucrinus {prop} {m} :: A saltwater lake situated near Puteoli, in Campania
Lucrinus {adj} :: of the lake Lucrinus
lucror {v} :: I gain, acquire, profit
lucror {v} :: I gain by economy, save
lucrum {n} :: profit, advantage
lucrum {n} :: love of gain, avarice
lucta {f} [Late Latin] :: a wrestling, wrestling match
lucta {f} [Late Latin] :: struggle, fight
luctans {v} :: struggling, wrestling, fighting
luctatio {f} :: wrestling
luctatio {f} :: struggle, contest, fight
luctator {noun} :: wrestler
Lucterius {prop} {m} :: A chief of the Cadurci
luctificior {adj} :: longer
luctificior {adj} :: farther
luctificior {adj} :: greater
luctificior {adj} :: remoter
luctificissimus {adj} :: most baleful
luctificissimus {adj} :: causing the most grief
luctificus {adj} :: baleful
luctificus {adj} :: causing grief
luctor {v} :: I struggle, wrestle, fight
luctuosior {adj} :: sadder
luctuosior {adj} :: more sorrowful, lamentable etc
luctuosissimus {adj} :: most or very sorrowful etc
luctuosus {adj} :: sorrowful, sad
luctuosus {adj} :: lamentable, doleful, mournful
lucturus {v} :: about to lament
luctus {v} :: mourned, grieved, lamented
luctus {m} :: grief, sorrow, mourning
luctus {m} :: lamentation
lucubrandus {v} :: which is to be lucubrated
lucubrans {v} :: lucubrating
lucubratio {f} :: The act of working by night, candlelight or lamplight; lucubration, nocturnal study, night work
lucubratio {f} :: Anything made, produced or composed at night, candlelight or lamplight; lucubration, night work
lucubratiuncula {f} :: The act of working by night; lucubration, nocturnal study, night work
lucubratorius {adj} :: Of, pertaining to, or suitable for nighttime work or a night student
lucubraturus {v} :: about to lucubrate
lucubratus {v} :: made, produced or composed by night or candlelight, having been made by candlelight
lucubro {vi} :: I work at night, candlelight or lamplight, lucubrate
lucubro {vt} :: I make, produce or compose at night, candlelight or lamplight
luculenter {adv} :: brightly, brilliantly, splendidly
luculentissimus {adj} :: brightest, very bright or splendid
luculentus {adj} :: full of light, bright, splendid
luculentus {adj} :: distinguished, excellent
lucumo {m} :: An appellation of the Etruscan princes and priests
lucumo {m} :: An Etrurian
lucunculus {m} :: A type of pastry
lucuns {f} :: A type of pastry
Lucurgentum {prop} {n} :: A city in Hispania Baetica
lucus {m} :: A grove sacred to a deity
lucus {m} [poetic] :: a wood
Lucus Augusti {prop} {n} :: a city of Hispania Tarraconensis, now Lugo
lucusta {f} :: locust, grasshopper
lucusta {f} :: crustacean, marine shellfish, lobster
ludendus {v} :: which is to be played
ludens {v} :: playing, people who play
Ludias {prop} {m} :: A river of Macedonia that discharge its water into the marshes of Pella
ludibrium {n} :: mockery, derision
ludibrium {n} :: wantonness
ludibrium {n} :: laughing stock
ludibundus {adj} :: playful, sportive, frolicsome, wanton
ludibundus {adj} :: playing easily without danger
ludicer {adj} :: sportive
ludicrus {adj} :: alternative form of ludicer
ludificandus {v} :: which is to be mocked
ludificans {v} :: mocking
ludificatio {f} :: derision, mockery
ludificatorius {adj} :: mocking, teasing
ludificatorius {adj} :: deceptive, false
ludificaturus {v} :: about to mock
ludificatus {v} :: mocked
ludificatus {m} :: mocking, mockery, derision
ludifico {v} :: I mock, make fun of
ludius {m} :: performer (on stage)
ludius {m} :: gladiator (performer in the games)
ludivagus {adj} [Late Latin] :: sportive
ludo {v} :: I play (a game or sport)
ludo {v} :: I frolic, behave playfully
ludo {v} :: I practice, amuse myself with
ludo {v} :: I sport, play amorously
ludo {v} :: I mock, mimic
ludo {v} :: I tease, ridicule
ludo {v} :: I deceive, trick
Ludovicus {prop} {m} [Medieval Latin] :: given name cognate to Louis
ludus {m} :: school
ludus {m} :: game, sport, play
ludus {m} :: (in plural) public spectacle, games, stage plays/productions
ludus {m} :: fun
luella {f} :: atonement
luendus {v} :: which is to be expiated, paid, suffered
lues {f} :: plague, pestilence, epidemic
lues {f} [figuratively] :: plague, misfortune
lues {f} [New Latin] :: a disease, chiefly syphilis
Lugdunum {prop} {n} :: Lyons (city in modern France)
lugendus {v} :: which is to be lamented
lugens {v} :: mourning, grieving, lamenting
lugeo {v} :: I mourn, grieve, lament
lugubris {adj} :: of or pertaining to mourning
lugubris {adj} :: that causes mourning, disastrous; pitiable
lugubris {adj} :: mournful, doleful, plaintive
lugubris {adj} :: gloomy, sinister, mean
luma {f} :: A thorn
lumbare {n} :: apron, loincloth
lumbosacralis {adj} [anatomy] :: lumbosacral
lumbricus {m} :: earthworm
lumbricus {m} :: intestinal worm
lumbus {m} [anatomy] :: loin
lumbus {m} [in the plural] :: genitals
lumectum {n} :: a thicket of thorns
lumen {n} :: light
lumen {n} [poetic] :: the eyes
lumen {n} [poetic] :: daylight
lumen {n} [poetic] :: brightness
lumen {n} [poetic] :: the light of life
lumen {n} :: An opening through which light can penetrate such as an air-hole or a window
lumen {n} :: The opening or orifice in a water-pipe or funnel
luminar {n} :: window
luminar {n} [by extension] :: An opening that lets light inside a place
luminare {n} [literally] :: That which gives light; enlightener
luminare {n} :: a window-shutter, window (that lets light in)
luminare {n} [Late Latin, in the plural] :: light, lamp (such as those lighted in churches in honor of martyrs)
luminare {n} [Late Latin, in the plural] :: A luminary; especially a heavenly body
lumino {v} :: I illuminate
lumino {v} :: I reveal (throw light on)
lumino {v} :: I brighten
luminosus {adj} :: bright, luminous, full of light
luna {f} :: the Moon
luna {f} [figuratively] :: a month
luna {f} [figuratively] :: a night
luna {f} :: a crescent shape
Luna {f} :: alternative form of lūna; the Moon
Luna {prop} {f} :: a city of Etruria, situated on the left bank of the Macra
lunandus {v} :: which is to be curved
lunans {v} :: curving
lunaris {adj} :: Of or pertaining to the moon, lunar
lunaticus {adj} :: Of, or living on, the moon
lunaticus {adj} :: epileptic, lunatic, moonstruck, crazy
lunatio {f} [Late Latin] :: lunar month, lunation
lunaturus {v} :: about to curve
lunatus {v} :: curved
lunatus {v} :: crescent- or half-moon-shaped
luno {v} :: I curve or bend into a crescent or half-moon shape
lunter {m} :: alternative form of linter
lunula {f} :: an ornament in the form of a little moon
lunulatus {adj} [New Latin] :: lunulate
luo {v} :: I wash
luo {v} :: I cleanse, purge
luo {v} :: I expiate
luo {v} :: I pay
luo {v} :: I suffer
luo {v} :: I satisfy
lupa {f} :: she-wolf
lupa {f} [slang] :: prostitute
lupanar {n} :: brothel
lupanaria {f} [Medieval Latin] :: a prostitute
luparius {m} [Classical Latin] :: a wolf-hunter
luparius {m} [Medieval Latin] :: a wolfhound
lupellus {m} [Medieval Latin] :: wolf cub, wolfkin, wolfling, wolf whelp
Luperca {prop} {f} [Roman god] :: A goddess of the old Romans, the wife of Lupercus, identified with the deified she-wolf that suckled Rōmulus and Remus, and perhaps also identical with Acca Lārentia
Lupercalia {prop} {np} :: A festival in Ancient Rome
Lupercus {prop} {m} :: a Roman god who protected flocks, in some sources identified with Faunus in the aspect of Innus, and by extension as the equivalent of the Greek Πὰν Λυκαῖος (Lycaean Pan)
Lupercus {m} :: a priest of the god Lupercus
Lupia {prop} {m} :: The river Lippe
Lupiae {prop} {fp} :: A city of the Salentini in Calabria, situated on the road from Brundisium to Hydruntum, now Lecce
lupinus {adj} :: Of or pertaining to a wolf
lupinus {adj} [by extension] :: Wolf-like
lupinus {m} :: A lupine or wolf-bean
lupor {v} :: I associate with prostitutes
lupulus {m} :: a small wolf
lupus {m} [zoology] :: wolf (C. lupus)
lupus {m} [zoology] :: an animal which acts in the savage manner of a wolf, particularly:
lupus {m} :: pike (Esocidae)
lupus {m} :: wolffish (Anarhichadidae)
lupus {m} :: an uncertain kind of spider
lupus {m} [carpentry] :: a tool which is shaped like a wolf's tooth, particularly:
lupus {m} :: a kind of bit
lupus {m} :: a kind of handsaw
lupus {m} :: a kind of hook used for hoisting objects
lupus {m} [botany] :: hops (H. lupulus)
Lupus {prop} {m} :: A Roman cognomen
lupus in fabula {interj} :: peace!, silence!, not a word!, shut up!, hold your tongue!
lupus in fabula {proverb} [idiomatic] :: speak of the devil, talk of the devil, talk of the devil, and he will appear, it is he I was speaking of, of a person who comes just as we are talking about him
lupus in sermone {interj} [idiomatic] :: speak of the devil, talk of the devil, talk of the devil, and he will appear, it is he I was speaking of, of a person who comes just as we are talking about him
lura {f} :: sack, bag
lura {f} [figuratively] :: belly, paunch
lurchabundus {adj} :: alternative form of lurcinābundus
lurchinabundus {adj} :: alternative form of lurcinābundus
lurcho {v} :: alternative form of lurcō
lurcho {m} :: alternative form of lurcō
lurcinabundus {adj} :: voracious
lurco {v} :: I eat greedily, I guzzle
lurco {m} :: glutton, gourmand
lurco {m} :: a general invective
lurica {f} :: medieval spelling of lōrīca
luricatus {adj} :: medieval spelling of lōrīcātus
luricatus {m} :: medieval spelling of lōrīcātus
luridus {adj} :: pale yellow, wan, sallow, lurid
luridus {adj} :: ghastly, horrifying
luror {m} :: paleness, pallor, lividness
-lus {suffix} :: Used to form a diminutive of a noun, indicating small size or youth and thus sometimes depreciation
luscinia {f} :: nightingale
Luscinus {prop} {m} :: A Roman cognomen — famously held by:
Luscinus {prop} {m} :: Gaius Fabricius Luscinus, a Roman consul
Luscius {prop} {m} :: a Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name" famously held by:
Luscius {prop} {m} :: Lucius Luscius Ocrea, a Roman consul
luscus {adj} :: one-eyed
luscus {adj} :: with one eye shut (i.e. taking aim)
luscus {adj} :: half blind
Luscus {prop} {m} :: A Roman cognomen — famously held by:
Luscus {prop} {m} :: Titus Annius Luscus, a Roman consul
lusio {f} :: play (act of playing)
Lusitania {prop} {f} :: A province of Roman Hispania, covering what is now southern Portugal and parts of western Spain such as Extremadura
lusitanicus {adj} :: Portuguese, Lusitanian
lusor {m} :: player
lusor {m} :: tease
Lussonium {prop} {n} :: a town of Pannonia situated on the western bank of the Danube
lustrago {f} :: verbena, vervain
lustrans {v} :: purifying by means of a sacrifice
lustrans {v} :: circling around
lustrans {v} [military] :: reviewing, examining
lustrans {v} [figuratively] :: illuminating, making bright
lustratio {f} :: lustration (purification by sacrifice)
lustratus {v} :: purified by means of a sacrifice, having been purified by sacrifice
lustratus {v} :: circled, having been moved around in a circle
lustratus {v} [military] :: reviewed, examined, having been reviewed
lustratus {v} [figuratively] :: illuminated, having been made bright
lustrivagus {adj} :: wandering in the wilderness
lustro {v} :: I purify by means of a propitiatory sacrifice
lustro {v} :: I circle, move in a circle around. [because the priest offering such a sacrifice did so]
lustro {v} [military] :: I review, examine
lustro {v} [figuratively] :: I illuminate, make bright
lustro {m} :: a vagabond, wanderer
lustrum {n} :: bog, morass, place where boars and swine wallow
lustrum {n} [usually plural] :: den of wild beasts; wood, forest
lustrum {n} [usually plural] :: (a place of) debauchery
lustrum {n} :: a purificatory sacrifice or lustration performed every five years by the censor
lustrum {n} :: a period of five years
lusurus {v} :: about to play
lusus {v} :: played (a game or sport), having been played
lusus {v} :: practiced, having been practiced
lusus {v} :: mocked, mimicked, having been mocked
lusus {v} :: teased, ridiculed, having been teased
lusus {v} :: deceived, tricked, having been deceived
lusus {m} :: a playing, play, sport, game
lusus {m} :: toying, dalliance
lusus {m} :: jest, mockery, fun
lusus naturae {m} :: a deformed or strangely marked creature; a freak
Lutatius {prop} {m} :: a Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name" famously held by:
Lutatius {prop} {m} :: Gaius Lutatius Catulus, a Roman commander
luteipes {adj} :: yellow-footed
luteolus {adj} :: yellowish
luter {m} [Classical Latin] :: a hand-basin, laver
luter {m} [Medieval Latin] :: a washing- or bathing-tub
luter {m} [Medieval Latin] :: a baptismal font
luter {m} :: medieval spelling of lutra
lutescendus {v} :: which is to be muddied
lutescens {v} :: of the marshes, marshy
lutesco {v} :: I become muddy
Lutetia {prop} {f} :: Paris, Lutetia
lutetianus {adj} :: Parisian, Lutetian
lutetium {n} :: lutetium
luteus {adj} :: saffron yellow
luteus {adj} :: sallow
luteus {adj} :: of mud; of clay
luteus {adj} :: dirty
luteus {adj} :: corrupt
Luteva {prop} {f} :: a town in Gallia Narbonensis, now Lodève
lutina {f} :: A work made of mud
lutosus {adj} :: muddy
lutra {f} :: an otter
lutreola {f} :: A small otter-like animal
lutulentus {adj} :: muddy
lutulentus {adj} :: turbid
lutulentus {adj} :: filthy, dirty, vile
lutum {n} :: soil, dirt, mire, mud
lutum {n} :: loam, clay
lutum {n} :: The plant Reseda luteola used in dyeing yellow; weld, dyer's weed
lutum {n} :: The yellow coloring matter or dye extracted from this plant
lux {f} :: light (of the sun, stars etc.)
lux {f} :: daylight, day, moonlight
lux {f} :: life
lux {f} [figuratively] :: public view
lux {f} :: glory, encouragement
lux {f} :: enlightenment, explanation
lux {f} :: splendour
lux {f} :: eyesight, the eyes, luminary
luxemburgicus {adj} :: Luxembourgish
Luxemburgum {prop} {n} :: Luxembourg
Luxia {prop} {m} :: A river in Hispania Baetica, now Odiel
Lux Mundi {phrase} [literally] :: Light of the World
Lux Mundi {phrase} :: Light in the world, Light is upon the world
Lux Mundi {phrase} :: Light is Protecting the World [Lux est prōtegēns Mundi]
luxo {v} :: I put out of joint, dislocate
luxo {v} :: I displace
luxuria {f} :: luxury
luxuria {f} :: extravagance
luxurians {v} :: luxurious, abounding to excess
luxurians {v} :: swelling, enlarging, growing rapidly
luxurians {v} :: revelling, being wanton or licentious
luxuriatus {v} :: luxuriant, rank, having become luxuriant
luxuriatus {v} :: swollen, enlarged, having grown rapidly
luxuriatus {v} :: revelled, having become wanton or licentious
luxuries {f} :: luxury
luxuries {f} :: extravagance
luxurio {v} :: I am luxuriant, rank, abounding to excess
luxurio {v} :: I have in abundance
luxurio {v} :: I swell, enlarge, grow rapidly
luxurio {v} [of style or speech] :: I run riot, am too luxuriant
luxurio {v} :: I sport, skip, bound
luxurio {v} :: I revel, am wanton, licentious
luxuriosior {adj} :: more luxuriant etc
luxuriosior {adj} :: more luxurious etc
luxuriosus {adj} :: rank, luxuriant, exuberant
luxuriosus {adj} :: luxurious, self-indulgent
luxus {adj} :: dislocated
luxus {m} :: a dislocation
luxus {m} :: extravagance, luxury, excess, debauchery
luxus {m} :: pomp, splendor
luzonensis {adj} :: Luzon (attributive)
luzonicus {adj} :: Luzon (attributive)
ly {art} :: the (only in very specific circumstances)
Lycabettus {prop} {m} :: A celebrated mountain of Athens
Lycaeus {prop} {m} :: A mountain of Arcadia, where Zeus and Pan where worshipped
Lycaon {prop} {m} [Greek mythology] :: A king of Arcadia turned into a wolf by Zeus
Lycaonia {prop} {f} :: Lycaonia (region in Asia Minor)
lycaonice {adv} :: in the Lycaonian dialect
Lycastus {prop} {f} :: A town of Crete destroyed by Cnossus
lychnis {f} :: a kind of rose
lychnis {f} :: a kind of precious stone
lychnuchus {m} :: lampstand, candlestick, chandelier
lychnus {m} :: light, lamp (hung from the ceiling)
Lycia {prop} {f} :: Lycia (region in Asia Minor, first a country and then a Roman province)
lycioides {adj} :: Resembling plants of the genus Lycium. Describes several buckthorns
Lycium {prop} :: The Lyceum, near Athens
Lyco {prop} {m} :: given name, character in the play Curculio of Plautus
Lyconides {prop} {m} :: given name, character in the play Aulularia of Plautus
lycopersicum {n} [New Latin] :: tomato
Lycopolis {f} :: A city of Upper Egypt on the left bank of the Nile
Lycormas {prop} {m} :: A river of Aetolia mentioned by Ovidius
Lycosura {prop} {f} :: A town of Arcadia situated at the foot of the Mount Lycaeus
Lyctus {prop} {f} :: One of the most considerable cities in Crete
Lycurgus {prop} {m} :: The name of several kings of Ancient Greece
Lycurgus {prop} {m} :: A famous lawgiver of Sparta
Lycurgus {prop} {m} :: An orator from Athens
Lycus {prop} {m} :: given name, character in the play Poenulus of Plautus
Lycus {prop} {m} :: The name of various rivers of Asia
Lydda {prop} {f} :: A town of Palestine, now Lod
Lydia {prop} {f} :: Lydia (country in Asia Minor)
Lydus {prop} {m} :: given name, character in the play Bacchides of Plautus
lygos {m} :: chaste tree
lympha {f} :: pure water, spring water
lymphaticus {adj} :: distracted
lymphaticus {adj} :: frantic
lymphatus {adj} :: distracted
lymphatus {adj} :: frantic, beside oneself
lympho {v} :: I enrage, make mad
Lyncestae {mp} :: A tribe of Macedonia
lynx {c} :: A lynx
lyra {f} [musical instruments] :: lyre, lute
lyratus {adj} [New Latin] :: lyrate; lyre-shaped
lyrica {n} :: lyric poems
lyricen {m} :: a lyreplayer, a lyrist
lyricus {adj} :: Of or pertaining to the lute
lyricus {adj} :: lyric (of or pertaining to the lyre)
lyricus {m} [chiefly in the plural] :: lyric poet
lyriformis {adj} :: having the form of a lyre; lyriferous
lyristes {m} :: lute-player, lyrist
Lyrnessus {prop} {f} :: A town of Troad mentioned by Homer
Lyrnessus {prop} {f} :: A town of Pamphylia situated on the Catarrhactes
Lysias {prop} {m} :: A celebrated Greek orator and logographer
Lysicles {prop} {m} :: an Athenian general and statesman
Lysidamus {prop} {m} :: given name, character in the play Casina of Plautus
Lysimachia {prop} {f} :: a town of Chersonesus in Thrace
Lysimachus {prop} {m} :: given name, character in the play Mercator of Plautus
lysina {noun} :: lysine
lysis {f} :: loosening
lysis {f} :: rupture (breaking away)
Lystiteles {prop} {m} :: given name, character in the play Trinummus of Plautus
Lystra {prop} {f} :: A town of Lycaonia situated south of Iconium
lytra {f} :: alternative spelling of lutra
lytta {f} :: A worm said to cause madness to dogs