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m {letter} :: letter
m {abbr} :: Marcus
M. {prop} {m} :: praenominal abbreviation of Marcus
M. {prop} {m} [rare] :: praenominal abbreviation of Manius
Mabog {prop} {n} :: A town of Syria mentioned by Pliny
Macae {mp} :: A tribe of Cyrenaica, settled on the river Cinyps
macaerinthe {f} :: rosemary
Macareae {prop} {fp} :: A town of Arcadia whose inhabitants were transferred to Megalopolis
Maccabaeus {m} [biblical] :: Maccabee
maccis {f} :: a certain unknown spice
Maccius {prop} {m} :: a Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name" famously held by:
Maccius {prop} {m} :: Titus Maccius Plautus, a Roman playwright
maccus {m} :: A buffoon, Punchinello or macaroni in the Atellan Farce
maccus {m} :: A simpleton, blockhead, fool
Macedonia {prop} {f} :: Macedonia
macedonicus {adj} :: Macedonian, of or pertaining to the Macedonian people
macedonicus {adj} [substantive] :: A Macedonian (person)
macedonus {adj} :: Macedonian, of or pertaining to the Macedonian people
macedonus {adj} [substantive] :: A Macedonian (person)
macellarius {adj} :: butcher or meat seller (attributive)
macellarius {m} :: butcher
macellarius {m} :: slaughterhouse
macellum {n} :: provision-market
macellum {n} :: marketplace
macellus {adj} :: rather meagre etc
maceo {v} :: I am lean or meagre
macer {adj} [of living things] :: lean, meager
macer {adj} [of inanimate things] :: thin, poor
macerans {v} :: softening, making tender by soaking or steeping
macerans {v} :: weakening, wasting away
macerans {v} [figuratively] :: vexing, tormenting, stressing
maceratio {f} :: steeping, soaking, maceration
maceratus {v} :: softened, having been made tender by soaking or steeping
maceratus {v} :: weakened, having been weakened
maceratus {v} [figuratively] :: vexed, tormented having been stressed
maceresco {v} :: I soften, make tender
maceria {f} :: wall or enclosure made of brick or clay
maceria {f} :: wall (especially one enclosing a garden)
maceriatus {adj} :: enclosed, walled
maceries {f} :: alternative form of māceria
maceriola {f} :: small wall or enclosure
macero {v} :: I soften, make tender by soaking or steeping
macero {v} :: I weaken, waste away
macero {v} [figuratively] :: I vex, torment, distress
macero {v} [Medieval Latin] :: I mortify (discipline, chastise, or subject to severe privation for the atonement of sins)
macero {v} [Medieval Latin] :: I torture
macesco {v} :: I become thin, lean
macesco {v} :: I become meagre
macesco {v} :: I wither (of plants)
machaera {f} :: sword (single edged, Arab or Persian)
Machares {prop} {m} :: A son of Mithridates
machilla {f} :: a little machine
machina {f} :: machine
machina {f} :: scheme, plan, machination
machinalis {adj} :: Of or pertaining to machines
machinamen {n} :: contrivance, device
machinamentum {n} :: machine, engine
machinamentum {n} :: siege engine
machinamentum {n} :: machination
machinans {v} :: devising, inventing
machinans {v} :: plotting
machinarius {adj} :: Of or pertaining to machines
machinarius {m} :: One who works on a scaffold
machinatio {f} :: contrivance
machinatio {f} :: machine, engine
machinatio {f} :: machination, artifice
machinator {m} :: engineer
machinator {m} :: inventor
machinaturus {v} :: about to devise
machinatus {v} :: devised
machinor {v} :: I devise, invent
machinor {v} :: I plot
machinula {f} :: a little machine
macies {f} :: leanness, thinness, meagerness
macies {f} :: poverty
macilentior {adj} :: leaner, thinner, more meagre
macilentus {adj} :: lean, thin, meagre
macir {prop} {?} :: a kind of red spicy bark brought from India
Macistum {prop} {n} :: a town of Elis, situated upon a lofty hill
macla {f} :: medieval spelling of macula
Macomades {prop} {m} :: A tribe of Africa mentioned by Pliny
Macra {prop} {f} :: A river flowing into the Tyrrhenian Sea, and limit between Liguria and Etruria, now the Magra
macrantha {adj} :: having large flowers
macresco {v} :: I become thin, lean, meagre
Macrinus {prop} {m} :: A Roman cognomen — famously held by:
Macrinus {prop} {m} :: Macrinus, a Roman emperor
macrior {adj} :: thinner, poorer, more meager
macritudo {f} :: leanness, thinness, meagreness
macrocalyx {adj} [New Latin] :: Having a large calyx
macrocarpus {adj} :: large-fruited
macrocephalus {adj} :: having a large head; macrocephalous
macrochaeta {f} [New Latin] :: macrochaeta
macronemus {adj} :: macronematous
macrophyllus {adj} :: having very large leaves; macrophyllous
macrops {adj} :: having large eyes
macropterus {adj} :: large-winged
macropus {adj} [New Latin] :: large-footed
macrosepalus {adj} :: having large sepals
macrosporus {adj} :: having large spores (especially basidiospores)
macrourus {adj} [New Latin] :: having a large or long tail, especially one unusually large or long for its kind
macroverrucosus {adj} :: having large warts
mactandus {v} :: which is to be rewarded; punished
mactans {v} :: rewarding, honoring
mactans {v} :: punishing, troubling
mactans {v} :: slaughtering, killing
mactans {v} :: offering, sacrificing, immolating
mactatio {f} :: a slaying, killing
mactator {m} :: slayer, murderer, slaughterer
mactatrix {f} :: a murderess, a woman who slays
mactaturus {v} :: about to reward; punish
mactatus {v} :: rewarded, honored, having been rewarded
mactatus {v} :: punished, troubled, having been punished
mactatus {v} :: slaughtered, killed, having been slaughtered
mactatus {v} :: offered, sacrificed, immolated, having been sacrificed
macte {adj} [addressed to deities, macte estō with abl.] :: be blessed (with)
macte {adj} [addressed to people, macte virtūte (estō)] :: be blessed for your courage, well done
macte {adj} [macte (estō) with abl. or rarely gen. or acc.] :: be blessed (for), hurray (for)
macte {adj} [quasi-interjection] :: bravo, well done
macto {v} :: I reward, honor
macto {v} :: I punish, trouble
macto {v} :: I slaughter, kill
macto {v} :: I offer, sacrifice, immolate
mactus {adj} :: glorified, worshiped, honored, adored
macula {f} :: in a bad sense
macula {f} [literally and in general] :: a spot, speck, small mark or stain
macula {f} [literally and in particular] :: a disfiguring spot, stain, or blemish
macula {f} [on the skin] :: a blemish, temporary or permanent (for example, a bruise, freckle, mole, birthmark, etc.)
macula {f} [on a garment] :: a stain, an area of soiling or defilement
macula {f} [figuratively] :: a fault or blemish, a blot on one’s character
macula {f} [transferred sense] :: a mark of shame or disgrace; a stigma, brand, or blight
macula {f} :: in a neutral sense
macula {f} :: any kind of marking or point of variegation; a speckle, spot, patch, line, or similar
macula {f} :: on the skin or coat of an animal
macula {f} :: on the leaves of a plant
macula {f} [transferred sense] :: a mesh in a net, a cell in a network, or a hole in a web
macula {f} [Medieval Latin, in particular] :: a cell in a coat of mail, a ring of chainmail
macula {f} [Medieval Latin, transferred sense] :: a link in a chain
Macula {prop} {m} :: a Roman cognomen
maculans {v} :: staining, spotting
maculans {v} :: defiling, polluting
maculans {v} [figuratively] :: dishonoring
maculatio {f} :: spot, stain, maculation
maculatus {v} :: stained, spotted, having been stained
maculatus {v} :: defiled, polluted, having been defiled
maculatus {v} [figuratively] :: dishonored, having been dishonored
maculentus {adj} :: synonym of maculōsus
maculicollis {adj} :: having a spotted or speckled neck or stem
maculipennis {adj} :: having a spotted wing or fin, or spotted feathers
maculipes {adj} :: having spots on the feet
maculithorax {adj} :: having a spotted thorax
maculiventris {adj} :: having a spotted belly
maculo {v} :: I stain, make spotted
maculo {v} :: I defile, pollute
maculo {v} [figuratively] :: I dishonor
maculosus {adj} :: spotted, speckled, dappled, mottled, variegated
maculosus {adj} :: blotted, stained, defiled
Macurebi {prop} {mp} :: An ancient tribe of Mauritania mentioned by Pliny
Macynia {prop} {f} :: a coastal town of Aetolia
Madagascaria {prop} {f} :: Madagascar
madagascariensis {adj} :: belonging to Madagascar
madefacio {v} :: I wet, moisten
madefacio {v} :: I soak, steep
madefacio {v} :: I intoxicate
madefactus {adj} :: wet, soaked
madefactus {adj} :: stained
madens {v} :: dripping or flowing with
madens {v} :: overflowing with or abounding in
madeo {v} :: I am wet or moist (with); drip or flow (with)
madeo {v} :: I am drunk or intoxicated
madeo {v} :: I am softened by boiling; I am sodden or boiled
madeo {v} :: I am full (of), overflow (with), abound (in)
maderensis {adj} :: Mader (various places) (attributive)
maderius {adj} :: Madeira (attributive)
madesco {v} :: I become wet, moist
Madethubadus {prop} {m} :: A mountain of Mauritania from which the river Chinalaf takes its rise
madidus {adj} :: moist, wet, soaked, drenched
madidus {adj} :: drunk, tipsy
Madytus {prop} {f} :: an important port town of Chersonesus in Thrace
Maecenas {prop} {m} :: A Roman cognomen — famously held by:
Maecenas {prop} {m} :: Gaius Cilnius Maecenas, a Roman patron
Maecenas {prop} {m} [by extension] :: Maecenas (any person who is a generous benefactor, particularly of the arts)
Maecius {prop} {m} :: a Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name" famously held by:
Maecius {prop} {m} :: Spurius Maecius Tarpa, a Roman critic
Maedi {prop} {mp} :: A powerful tribe of Thrace dwelling near the sources of the rivers Axius and Margus
Maelius {prop} {m} :: a Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name" famously held by:
Maelius {prop} {m} :: Spurius Maelius, a Roman merchant
maena {f} :: A small sea-fish
Maenalus {prop} {m} :: A range of mountains of Arcadia
maenianum {n} [architecture] :: A projecting gallery, balcony of a house
Maenius {prop} {m} :: a Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name"
Maenuba {prop} {f} :: A city in Hispania Baetica
Maenuba {prop} {f} :: The river that flows near the city, now Guadiamar
Maeotae {mp} :: An ancient tribe who lived next to the Sea of Azov
maeremium {n} [Medieval Latin, England] :: timber
maerens {v} :: mourning, grieving, lamenting
maerens {v} :: bewailing, bemoaning
maereo {vi} :: I am sad or mournful; mourn, grieve, lament
maereo {vt} :: I mourn or lament over, bewail, bemoan
maeror {m} :: mourning, grief, lamentation
maeror {m} :: sorrow
maestior {adj} :: sadder, more sorrowful
maestior {adj} :: gloomier
maestitia {f} :: sadness, sorrow, grief, dejection, melancholy
maestitudo {f} :: sadness
maestus {adj} :: sad, sorrowful, melancholy
maestus {adj} :: gloomy
maestus {adj} :: of or pertaining to mourning or sadness
Maevius {prop} {m} :: a Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name" famously held by:
Maevius {prop} {m} :: Maevius, a Roman poet, despised by Vergil and Horace
Maezei {prop} {mp} :: A tribe of Dalmatia mentioned by Pliny
mafors {m} :: A veil worn by women; a small mantel
magalia {np} [pluralonly] :: huts
magdalenensis {adj} :: Magdalena (various places) (attributive)
Magea {prop} {f} :: A fountain in Syracusae
magellanicus {adj} [New Latin] :: Discovered in or native to the area around the Straits of Magellan; Magellanic
magia {f} :: magic, sorcery
magice {f} :: The art of magic; sorcery, magic
magicus {adj} :: magic, magical
Magiovintum {prop} {n} :: A town of Britannia, now Fenny Stratford
Magirtos {prop} {f} :: A town of Cilicia mentioned by Pliny
magirus {m} :: A cook
magis {adv} :: more
magis {adv} :: more greatly
magis {adv} :: better
magis {adv} :: rather
magister {m} :: teacher
magister {m} :: master; a title of the Middle Ages, given to a person in authority or to one having a license from a university to teach philosophy and the liberal arts
magisterialis {adj} :: magisterial
magisterium {n} :: the office of a president, chief, director, superintendent
magisterium {n} :: magisterium
magistra {f} :: a female teacher; mistress
magistralis {adj} :: Of or pertaining to a master, teacher or expert
magistraliter {adv} :: expertly
magistratus {m} :: a magistrate, official
magistratus {m} :: a magisterial office, civil office, magistracy
Magius {prop} {m} :: a Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name" famously held by:
Magius {prop} {m} :: Lucius Magius, a Roman orator and son-in-law of Livy
magnale {n} :: mighty work or deed
magnale {n} [especially in plural] :: great things
magnanimitas {f} :: magnanimity
magnanimus {adj} :: brave, bold, noble
magnanimus {adj} :: magnanimous
magnanimus {adj} :: generous
magnarius {adj} :: wholesale
magnas {m} :: a great man, important person, magnate
magnatus {m} :: magnate (great or important man)
magnes {f} :: magnet, lodestone
magnes {adj} :: magnetic
magnesium {n} [New Latin] :: magnesium (chemical element 12)
magnesius {adj} :: of or pertaining to the region of Magnesia; Magnesian
magneticus {adj} :: magnetic
magnetoscopium {n} [New Latin] :: video
magnicornis {adj} :: large-horned
magnicristatus {adj} :: great-crested
magnificans {v} :: prizing, esteeming
magnificans {v} :: praising, glorifying, extolling
magnificatus {v} :: prized, esteemed
magnificatus {v} :: praised, glorified, extolled
magnifice {adv} :: superbly
magnifice {adv} :: splendidly
magnificentia {f} :: greatness
magnificentia {f} :: nobleness, eminence
magnificentia {f} :: magnanimity, generosity
magnificentia {f} :: boasting, pride
magnificentior {adj} :: more noble, magnificent etc
magnificentissimus {adj} :: greatest, most or very great, noble etc
magnificentissimus {adj} :: richest, most or very splendid etc
magnificissime {adv} :: superlative of magnifice
magnificius {adv} :: comparative of magnifice
magnifico {v} :: I prize, esteem highly
magnifico {v} :: I praise, glorify, or extol
magnificus {adj} :: great, noble, distinguished, eminent, august
magnificus {adj} :: splendid, rich, fine, costly, sumptuous, magnificent
magniloquus {adj} :: magniloquent, vaunting, boastful
magnipapillatus {adj} [New Latin] :: large-nippled
magnirostris {adj} [New Latin] :: having a large beak
magnissimus {adj} [colloquial] :: superlative of magnus
magnitudo {f} :: Greatness, size, bulk, magnitude; vastness, extent
magnitudo {f} :: A great number, amount or quantity, abundance
magnopere {adv} :: greatly, exceedingly
magnopere {adv} :: earnestly, vehemently
magnus {adj} :: large, big
magnus {adj} :: great
magnus {adj} :: important
magnus {adj} :: loud
Mago {prop} {f} :: A town on the island of Minorca, now Mahon
Magontiacum {prop} {n} :: alt form Mogontiacum
Magoras {prop} {m} :: A river of Phoenicia mentioned by Pliny, now the Beirut River
Magrada {prop} {f} :: a small river in Hispania Tarraconensis, now called Urumea
magudaris {f} :: The stalk, the root or the juice of the laserpitium
magus {adj} :: magic, magical
magus {m} :: (common usage) magician, and derogatorily sorcerer, trickster, conjurer, charlatan, wizard
magus {m} :: (special usage) a Zoroastrian priest
Maharbal {prop} {m} :: An officer of Carthago, son of Himilco
Maia {prop} {f} :: Maia, specifically:
Maia {prop} {f} [Greek god] :: Daughter of Atlas and mother of Hermes
Maia {prop} {f} [Roman god] :: The goddess of growth after whom the month May (Latin māius) was named
Maia {prop} {f} [astronomy] :: A star in the constellation Taurus. It is the fourth brightest star in the Pleiades cluster
maialis {m} :: castrated pig
maialis {m} :: swine [term of abuse]
maiestas {f} :: majesty, dignity, prestige
maiestas {f} :: treason
Maimonides {prop} {m} :: Maimonides
maior {adj} :: greater, larger
maior {m} :: ancestors (in plural)
maior {m} [medieval] :: a mayor: a leader of a city or town
maiorana {noun} [Medieval] :: marjoram (O. majorana), a plant of the mint family
maioranus {adj} :: ancestor(s) (attributive)
maioranus {adj} :: mayoral
maioritas {f} :: majority
maioritas {f} :: superiority
Maius {adj} [chiefly with mēnsis (month)] :: of May
Maius {prop} {m} :: the month of May
Maius {prop} {m} :: great god (epithet of Jupiter)
maiusculus {adj} :: somewhat greater, larger or older
majalis {m} :: alternative spelling of māiālis
majalis {m} :: castrated pig
majalis {m} :: swine (term of abuse)
majestas {f} :: alternative form of maiestas
major {adj} :: alternative form of maior
majorana {noun} :: alternative form of maiorana
majoranus {adj} :: alternative form of maioranus
majuma {f} :: A festival in May, on the Tiber, in the form of a mock sea-battle
majusculus {adj} :: alternative form of maiusculus
mala {f} [anatomy] :: cheekbone, jaw
mala {f} :: cheek
mala {f} :: bundle, bag
malabarensis {adj} [New Latin] :: Malabar (attributive)
malabaricus {adj} :: Malayalam
malabaricus {adj} :: Malabarese, Malabarian
Malaca {prop} {f} :: Málaga (city in Spain)
malaccensis {adj} :: Malacca (attributive)
Malaesia {prop} {f} :: Malaysia
malagma {f} :: emollient, poultice, cataplasm
malagranatum {n} :: alternative form of malogranatum
malandria {f} :: pustules that appear on the neck, especially of horses
malaria {f} [New Latin] :: malaria
Malavium {prop} {n} :: Malawi
malayanus {adj} :: Malayan
malayensis {adj} :: Malayan
maldacon {n} :: The gum of the tree called bdellium
Maldivae {prop} :: Maldives
male {adv} :: badly
male {adv} :: wrongly
male {adv} :: cruelly, wickedly
male {adv} :: not much; feebly
maledicendus {v} :: which is to be slandered
maledicens {v} :: slandering
maledicens {v} :: cursing
maledicentissimus {adj} :: most or very slanderous
maledico {v} :: I slander, speak ill of
maledico {v} :: I curse
maledictio {f} :: curse, evil speech
maledictio {f} :: condemnation
maledictio {f} :: slander
maledictum {n} :: insult, taunt
maledicturus {v} :: about to slander
maledictus {v} :: slandered
maledictus {v} :: cursed
maledicus {adj} :: slanderous
maledicus {adj} :: abusive
maledicus {adj} :: scurrilous
malefaciens {v} :: evildoing, wrongdoing
malefaciens {v} :: injuring
malefacio {v} :: I do evil or harm
malefacio {v} :: I injure
malefactor {m} :: wrongdoer, evildoer, malefactor
malefacturus {v} :: about to harm
malefactus {v} :: harmed
maleficiatus {adj} :: evil, wicked
maleficiatus {adj} :: criminal
maleficium {n} :: crime, misdeed, offence
maleficium {n} :: injury, hurt, wrong
maleficium {n} :: fraud, deception
maleficus {adj} :: wicked, vicious
maleficus {adj} :: criminal
malesanus {adj} :: unsound
malevolens {adj} :: spiteful, malevolent
malevolens {adj} :: disaffected, envious
malevolentia {f} :: malevolence, hatred, dislike, envy
malevolus {adj} :: disaffected, envious, spiteful, malevolent
malignans {v} :: maligning
malignatus {v} :: maligned
malignitas {f} :: spite, malice, malignity
malignitas {f} :: stinginess, niggardliness, meanness
maligno {v} :: I malign
maligno {v} :: I act viciously
malignus {adj} :: wicked, malicious
malignus {adj} :: spiteful
malignus {adj} :: malignant, malign
malitas {f} [Late Latin] :: evil, harm
malitia {f} :: a bad quality; badness, wicked
malitia {f} :: spite, malice; an act of malice
malitia {f} :: cunning, artfulness
malitiosior {adj} :: more wicked etc
malitiosus {adj} :: malicious, wicked
malitiosus {adj} :: crafty
malitiosus {adj} :: spiteful
Malium {prop} {n} :: Mali
malivolens {adj} :: alternative form of malevolens
malivolentia {f} :: alternative form of malevolentia
malivolus {adj} :: alternative form of malevolus
malleatio {f} :: hammering
malleator {m} :: hammerer
malleatus {v} :: hammered, having been beaten or shaped by a hammer
malleo {v} :: I hammer
malleolus {m} :: small hammer
malleolus {m} [military] :: fire-dart
malleus {m} :: hammer, mallet
malleus {m} :: a disease of animals
malleus {m} [New Latin] :: the malleus, a small bone in the middle ear
Mallius {prop} {m} :: a Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name" famously held by:
Mallius {prop} {m} :: Gnaeus Mallius Maximus, a Roman general
mallo {m} :: The stem of onions
mallo {m} [pathology] :: A kind of tumor on the knees of animals
mallus {m} :: A lock of wool
Mallus {prop} {f} :: An ancient city of Cilicia situated near the mouth of the river Pyramus
malo {v} :: I prefer, want more or instead
malogranatum {n} :: a pomegranate
malope {f} :: mallow
maltha {f} :: A kind of varnish or cement; maltha
Malthace {prop} {f} :: An island situated near Corcyra
maltho {v} :: I cement
maltho {v} :: I varnish
maltophilia {adj} [New Latin] :: Used as a specific epithet; intended to mean malt-loving
Maluginensis {prop} {m} :: A Roman cognomen — famously held by:
Maluginensis {prop} {m} :: Marcus Cornelius Maluginensis, a Roman politician
maluginosus {adj} :: cunning, crafty
malum {n} :: an evil, misfortune, calamity
malum {n} :: harm, injury
malum {interj} :: damn!, fuck!, alas!, misery!
malum {n} :: apple (fruit)
malum {n} :: the plant Aristolochia
malum cotoneum {n} :: alternative form of mālum cotōnium
malum cotonium {n} :: the quince, fruit of the Cydonia
malundrum {n} :: An unknown kind of plant
malus {adj} :: bad, evil, wicked, injurious
malus {adj} :: destructive, mischievous, hurtful
malus {adj} :: ill-looking, ugly, deformed
malus {adj} [of fate] :: evil, unlucky
malus {f} :: an apple tree; specifically, a plant in the genus Malus in the family Rosaceae
malus {m} :: a mast of a ship
malus {m} :: a standard or pole to which the awnings spread over the theater were attached
malus {m} :: the beam in the middle of a winepress
malus {m} :: the corner beams of a tower
malva {f} :: a mallow plant
Mamilius {prop} {m} :: a Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name" famously held by:
Mamilius {prop} {m} :: Quintus Mamilius Vitulus, a Roman consul
Mamilius {adj} :: of or pertaining to the gens Mamilia
mamilla {f} :: breast
mamilla {f} :: nipple, teat
mamillatus {adj} :: mamillated
mamma {f} [anatomy] :: a breast
mamma {f} [anatomy] :: an udder; a pap
mamma {f} [anatomy, of animals] :: a teat, a dug
mamma {f} [family] :: mama (a childish name for a mother in the language of children)
mamma {f} [transferred meaning] :: a protuberance on tree bark
mammalis {adj} :: Of or for the breasts
mammilla {f} :: alternative form of mamilla
mammillatus {adj} :: alternative form of mamillatus
mammona {f} :: riches, wealth, mammon
mammothreptus {m} :: nourished by a nurse
mamona {f} :: alternative form of mammona
mamphur {n} :: The axle of a lathe
Mampsarus {prop} {m} :: A mountain of Numidia, where there are the sources of the river Bagrada
manacus {m} :: The ecliptic on a sundial
manale {n} :: A ewer
manans {v} :: shedding
manans {v} :: running (out), leaking
manans {v} :: spreading
manatus {m} [New Latin] :: sea cow; dugong or manatee
manceps {m} :: purchaser, renter
manceps {m} :: contractor, agent
manceps {m} :: surety, bondsman
manceps {m} :: owner, proprietor, possessor
manciola {f} :: a small hand
manciparius {m} :: dealer, contractor, agent
mancipatio {f} :: transfer, delivery
mancipatio {f} :: surrendering
mancipium {n} :: The formal taking possession of goods bought; purchase
mancipium {n} :: property
mancipium {n} :: slave (purchased)
mancipo {v} :: I transfer or sell (especially property)
mancus {adj} :: maimed, crippled, infirm
mancus {adj} :: defective, imperfect
mandandus {v} :: which is to be consigned
mandans {v} :: putting in hand, delivering over, handing over
mandans {v} :: committing, consigning
mandans {v} :: confiding
mandans {v} :: commissioning
mandans {v} :: writing down, putting in writing
mandans {v} :: ordering, commanding
mandans {v} :: entrusting
mandarinicus {adj} :: Mandarin, Mandarin Chinese
mandator {m} :: mandator, commander, director
mandatum {n} :: mandate, command, law, order to do something
mandaturus {v} :: about to consign
mandatus {v} :: put in hand, delivered over, having been handed over
mandatus {v} :: committed, consigned, having been consigned
mandatus {v} :: confided, having been confided
mandatus {v} :: commissioned, having been commissioned
mandatus {v} :: written, having been put in writing
mandatus {v} :: ordered, commanded, having been commanded
mandatus {v} :: entrusted, having been entrusted
Mandela {prop} {f} :: a small town of the Sabines
mandendus {v} :: which is to be consigned
mandens {v} :: consigning
mandibula {f} :: jaw
mandibularis {adj} :: of or pertaining to a jaw; mandibular
mando {v} :: I order, command
mando {v} :: I put in hand; deliver over
mando {v} :: I commit, consign
mando {v} :: I confide
mando {v} :: I commission
mando {v} :: I put in writing
mando {v} :: I send word to
mando {v} :: I entrust
mando {v} :: I chew, masticate
mando {v} :: I bite, gnaw
mando {m} :: glutton, gormandizer
mandra {f} [poetry] :: a stall or pen for cattle
mandra {f} :: a column or train of pack animals
mandra {f} :: an enclosure used in the board game Ludus latrunculorum
mandragoras {m} :: mandrake
mandshuricus {adj} :: Manchurian
Mandubii {prop} {mp} :: A tribe of Gallia Lugdunensis, whose chief town was Alesia
manducandus {v} :: which is to be chewed or eaten
manducans {v} :: chewing, gnawing
manducans {v} :: eating
manducaturus {v} :: about to chew, eat etc
manducatus {v} :: chewed, masticated, having been gnawed
manducatus {v} :: eaten, having been devoured
manduco {m} :: glutton
manduco {v} :: I chew, masticate, gnaw
manduco {v} :: I eat, devour
Manduria {prop} {f} :: an ancient city of the Salentini in Calabria, situated between Tarentum and Lupiae
mane {adv} :: (early) in the morning
mane {n} :: morning
manendus {v} :: which is to be waited for, expected
manens {v} :: staying, remaining
manens {vt} :: waiting for, expecting
manens {v} :: lasting, enduring
maneo {v} :: I stay, remain
maneo {vt} :: I wait for, expect
maneo {v} :: I last, endure
maneo {v} :: I spend the night
maneries {f} [Medieval Latin] :: manner
maneries {f} [Medieval Latin] :: sort, kind
manes {mp} :: the spirits of dead ancestors; deified shades
manes {mp} :: a corpse
manes {mp} :: ashes; remains
manes {mp} :: the netherworld
Manetho {prop} {m} :: An Egyptian priest of Sebennytus
manganoxydans {adj} :: manganese-oxidizing
manganum {n} :: manganese (chemical element 25)
manganum {n} :: mangonel (type of balista)
Mangi {prop} [historical geography] :: A name for southern China [particularly] under the Yuan
mango {m} :: dealer, monger [especially of slaves]
mangostanus {adj} [New Latin] :: mangosteen (attributive)
manhattensis {adj} :: Manhattan (attributive)
mania {f} :: craze, mania, madness
manibrium {n} :: alternative form of manubrium
manibula {f} :: alternative form of manicula
manica {f} :: long sleeve of a tunic
manica {f} [in the plural] :: manacles, handcuffs
manica {f} [in the plural, figuratively, nautical] :: a grappling-iron, used to hook enemy ships
manicae {fp} :: handcuffs, manacles, fetters
manicae {fp} [figuratively, nautical] :: A grappling-iron, used to hook enemy ships
manico {v} :: I come in the morning; rise and set out in the morning
manicon {n} :: A plant, whose juice maddens
manicula {f} :: A little hand
maniculatus {adj} [New Latin] :: Used as a specific epithet for North American rodents
manifestans {v} :: exhibiting, making public, showing clearly
manifestatio {f} :: manifestation, a manifesting
manifestatus {v} :: exhibited, made public, having been shown clearly
manifestior {adj} :: more apparent, manifest etc
manifestissime {adv} :: superlative of manifestō
manifestissimus {adj} :: plainest; most or very apparent, palpable, manifest, evident
manifestius {adv} :: comparative of manifestō
manifesto {adv} :: manifestly, openly, clearly
manifesto {v} :: I exhibit, make public, show clearly
manifestus {adj} :: apparent, palpable, manifest, evident, plain
manifolium {n} :: A kind of burdock
Manimi {prop} {mp} :: A Germanic tribe mentioned by Tacitus
manipularis {adj} :: maniple (attributive)
manipularis {adj} :: private (soldier)
manipularis {f} :: private (soldier of a maniple)
manipularis {f} [chiefly in the plural] :: comrade(s)
manipulus {m} [historical military] :: A maniple, a double company of soldiers employed in the Roman legions between the Samnite Wars and the Marian reforms (3rd–2nd centuries BC), varying from 60–120 men
manipulus {m} :: handful, bundle
manipulus {m} :: team, troupe
manipurensis {adj} :: Manipur (attributive)
manis {adj} :: good
Manius {prop} {m} :: A Roman praenomen — famously held by:
Manius {prop} {m} :: Manius Curius Dentatus, a Roman hero
Manliana {prop} {f} :: An inland town of Mauritania, situated on the valley of the Chinalaf
Manlius {prop} {m} :: a Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name" famously held by:
Manlius {prop} {m} :: Marcus Manlius, a Roman consul
Manlius {prop} {m} :: Titus Manlius Torquatus, a Roman dictator
manna {f} [Late Latin] :: manna
mannus {m} :: A small horse or pony
mano {vt} :: I give out, shed, pour forth
mano {vi} :: I flow, run, trickle, drop, distil, run; leak
mano {vi} :: I flow, diffuse or extend myself, spread
mano {vi} [figuratively, of secrets] :: I spread, leak out, become known
mano {vi} [figuratively] :: I flow, spring, arise, proceed, emanate, originate
mansio {f} :: An act or instance of staying, remaining; stay, continuance
mansio {f} :: A dwelling, abode, habitation, home
mansio {f} [on a journey] :: A stopping place or halting place, station; stage
mansio {f} :: Night quarters, place for lodging or renting, inn
mansiuncula {f} :: small dwelling
mansuesco {v} :: I tame
mansuetarius {m} [post-classical] :: A tamer of wild beasts
mansueto {v} :: I tame
mansueto {v} :: I subdue, restrain
mansuetudo {f} :: tameness
mansuetudo {f} :: mildness, gentleness
mansuetudo {f} :: clemency
mansuetus {adj} :: tame
mansurus {v} :: about to stay, remain
mansus {v} :: having stayed, remained
mansus {v} :: having been chewed
mantia {f} :: The plant blackberry among the Dacians
mantica {f} :: small bag (for the hand); wallet
mantica {f} :: knapsack
Mantinea {prop} {f} :: A city of Arcadia, famous for the victory of Epaminondas over the Spartans
mantisa {f} :: An addition, makeweight
mantisa {f} :: A gain
Manto {prop} {f} [Greek mythology] :: A prophetess and daughter of the soothsayer Tiresias
Mantua {prop} {f} :: Mantua [city]
mantum {n} :: a Spanish cloak
Mantus {prop} :: The Etruscan god of the underworld (Serv. Verg. A. 10, 199) and counterpart for Greek Pluto
manualis {adj} :: hand (attributive) i.e suitable to be hand-held
manuarius {adj} :: Of or pertaining to the hand
manuarius {n} :: thief
manuatus {adj} :: handed: having a hand or hands
manuatus {v} :: stolen, having been stolen
manuballista {f} :: crossbow
manuballista {f} [New Latin] :: gun, firearm
manubia {f} :: (especially in plural) spoils of war; prize money (from the sale of booty)
manubialis {adj} :: Of or pertaining to booty; obtained from the sale of booty
manubrium {n} :: handle, haft
manuculus {noun} :: little hand
manufactus {adj} :: hand-made
manum commodo {v} [idiomatic] :: I lend a hand, I help
manu militari {phrase} [literally] :: "With a military hand". Using the force of arms
manumissio {f} :: manumission (freeing of a slave)
manumissor {m} :: liberator, emancipator (of a slave)
manumissurus {v} :: about to release
manumissus {v} :: released, freed, emancipated
manumittendus {v} :: which is to be released
manumittens {v} :: releasing
manumitto {v} :: I release, free, emancipate
manuor {v} :: I steal
manupretium {n} :: pay, wages
manupretium {n} :: reward
manupretium {n} :: workmanship
manus {f} :: hand
manus {f} [figuratively] :: bravery, valor
manus {f} [figuratively] :: violence, fighting
manus {f} :: handwriting
manus {f} :: a side, part, faction
manus {f} :: a stake (in dice)
manus {f} :: a thrust with a sword
manus {f} :: paw of an animal
manus {f} :: trunk of an elephant
manus {f} :: branch of a tree
manus {f} [military, nautical] :: grappling hooks used to snare enemy vessels
manus {f} :: group, company, host, multitude of people, especially of soldiers
manus {f} :: labor
manus {f} :: power, might
manus {f} [legal] :: legal power of a man over his wife
manus {f} [legal] :: an arrest
manus {f} :: group of people
manus {f} :: band
manus {adj} :: [Old Latin] good
manuscriptus {adj} :: manuscript, hand-written
manuteneo {v} [Late Latin, Vulgar Latin] :: I support, maintain
manutergium {n} :: hand towel
manutergium {n} :: linen cloth which is used to clean the a Catholic priest's hand after being anointed with chrism and presented to his mother at the first mass, which she can present at her judgement and is considered a special honor in heaven
maorianus {adj} :: Māori
maoricus {adj} :: Maori
mapalia {np} [pluralonly] :: huts of the Africans
mappa {f} :: A napkin
mappa {f} :: [racing] A starting signal
mappa {f} [New Latin] :: A map
Maraces {prop} {m} :: A tribe settled in Aetolia, mentioned by Pliny
maranatha {interj} :: our Lord comes
Maratha {prop} {f} :: A town of Arcadia situated near Buphagium, in Cynuria
Marathe {prop} {f} :: An island situated near Corcyra
marathicus {adj} :: Marathi
Marathon {prop} {f} :: Marathon (town in Greece)
marathrum {n} :: fennel
Marathus {prop} {f} :: An important city of Phoenicia
Marathusa {prop} {f} :: A town in Crete mentioned by Pliny
marburgensis {adj} :: of or from Marburg
marca {f} [Medieval Latin] :: boundary-mark, boundary, limit
marca {f} [Medieval Latin] :: borderland, frontier
marca {f} [Medieval Latin] :: march, borderland governed by a margrave
marca {f} [Medieval Latin] :: alternative form of merx (seized goods)
Marcella {prop} {f} :: praenomen
Marcellus {prop} {m} :: A name of a plebeian Roman gens
marceo {v} :: I wither, droop, shrink, shrivel
marceo {v} :: I am faint, weak, lazy or languid
marcescens {v} :: Used as specific epithet; weakening, wasting, decaying
marcesco {v} :: I begin to wither, pine away; I grew feeble
marcesco {v} :: I pine or languish
marchio {m} [Medieval Latin] :: frontier-guardsman
Marcia {prop} {f} :: praenomen
Marcianus {adj} :: of or pertaining to Mārcus or Marcius, Marcian
marcidus {adj} :: withered, dropping, rotten
marcidus {adj} :: apathetic, languid
marcidus {adj} :: exhausted, feeble, weak
Marcipor {m} :: a male slave owned by Mārcus
Marcipor {prop} {m} :: The title of a Menippean satire of Varrō
Marcius {adj} :: of or pertaining to the gens Marcia, Marcian
Marcius {prop} {m} :: The name of a Roman gens, famously held by:
Marcius {prop} {m} :: Ancus Marcius (fourth king of Rome)
marculentus {adj} [post-classical] :: withered, feeble, faint
marculus {prop} {m} :: small hammer, [ante-classical, post-Augustan] hammer
marcus {m} [Medieval Latin] :: mark [unit of currency, measurement]
marcus {m} :: large hammer
Marcus {prop} {m} :: praenomen
Marcus {prop} {m} :: A masculine cognomen
Marcus {prop} {m} :: Latinized form of Mark
Mardonius {prop} {m} :: A Persian general, defeated by Pausanias
mare {n} :: sea
Mare Balticum {prop} {n} :: the Baltic Sea
Mare Germanicum {prop} {n} :: the North Sea
Mare Hibernicum {prop} {n} [geography] :: Irish Sea
Mare Internum {prop} {n} :: Mediterranean Sea, literally Inner Sea
Mare Nostrum {prop} {n} :: Mediterranean Sea, literally Our Sea
Mare Vergivium {prop} {n} [geography] :: Irish Sea
Mare Vergivium {prop} {n} [geography] :: St George’s Channel
marga {f} [geology] :: marl
Margana {prop} {f} :: A town of Pisatis whose location is unknown
margarita {f} :: pearl
margarita {f} :: a term of endearment
margaritarius {adj} :: pearly, of or pertaining to pearls
margaritarius {m} :: dealer in pearls
margaritarius {m} :: pearl diver
margaritatus {adj} :: adorned with pearls
margaritifer {adj} :: pearl-bearing
margella {noun} :: red coral
margella {noun} :: coral bead
marginalis {adj} :: marginal
marginatus {adj} :: having a border or margin
margo {mf} :: border, margin, edge
Margum {prop} {n} :: a city of Moesia situated at the confluence of the Morava in the Danube, now Požarevac or Passarowitz
Margus {prop} {m} :: A river of Moesia, now called Morava
Margus {prop} {m} :: A river of Margiana, now called Murghab
Maria {prop} {f} :: given name
Maria {prop} {f} :: Mary (mother of Jesus)
mariannensis {adj} :: Mariana islands (attributive)
marianus {adj} :: alternative form of Mariānus
Marianus {adj} :: of the gens Marius, Marian
Marica {prop} {f} [Roman god] :: A nymph, mother of Latinus
Marici {prop} {mp} :: An ancient tribe of Liguria
marinus {adj} :: marine; of or pertaining to the sea
marionensis {adj} :: Marion (various places) (attributive)
maripalus {f} :: saltmarsh
marisca {f} :: large kind of fig
marisca {f} [by extension] :: haemorrhoid
mariscos {m} :: a kind of rush
mariscus {m} :: alt form mariscos
Marisus {prop} {m} :: A river of Dacia, now called Mureș
marita {f} :: a married woman, wife
maritalis {adj} :: matrimonial, nuptial, conjugal
maritandus {v} :: which is to be married
maritans {v} :: marrying, wedding
maritans {v} [of animals] :: coupling, mating
maritans {v} [of plants] :: grafting
maritans {v} :: impregnating
maritaturus {v} :: about to marry
maritatus {v} :: married, wed, having been married
maritatus {v} [of animals] :: coupled, mated, having been mated
maritatus {v} [of plants] :: grafted, having been grafted
maritatus {v} :: impregnated, having been impregnated
maritimus {adj} :: Of or pertaining to the sea; marine, maritime
maritimus {adj} [figuratively] :: changeable, inconstant
marito {v} :: I marry, wed
marito {v} [of animals] :: I am coupled; I have a mate
marito {v} [of plants] :: I am grafted
marito {v} :: I impregnate
maritumus {adj} :: alternative form of maritimus
maritus {adj} :: marital, matrimonial, conjugal
maritus {m} :: husband, married man
maritus {m} [poetic] :: lover
maritus {m} [of animals] :: male
Marius {prop} {m} :: The name of a Roman gens
Marmarica {prop} {f} [geography] :: A sandy and barren district situated between Cyrenaica and Egypt
Marmaridae {mp} :: The chief tribe of Marmarica
marmelos {noun} [New Latin] :: quince (attributive)
marmor {n} [geology] :: a block or piece of marble
marmor {n} :: pulverized marble, marble dust
marmor {n} [in the plural] :: a marble pavement
marmor {n} [architecture] :: a marble statue; marble building
marmor {n} [figuratively] :: the surface of the sea; the sea
marmoratus {v} :: marbled, covered or encrusted with marble, having been marbled
marmoreus {adj} :: of, pertaining to, made or consisting of marble
marmoreus {adj} :: resembling marble, marblelike
marmoreus {adj} :: adorned with statues
marmotus {adj} :: marmot (attributive)
marmusculum {n} :: A small object made from marble
Maro {prop} {m} :: A Roman cognomen — famously held by:
Maro {prop} {m} :: Virgil
Maro {prop} {m} :: A mountain of Sicily situated near the river Himera
Maro {prop} {m} [Greek mythology] :: The instructor and companion of Bacchus
maroccanus {adj} :: Moroccan
Marocum {prop} {n} :: Morocco
Maronea {prop} {f} :: A city of Thrace situated on the river Schoenus and famous for its wine
Maroneus {adj} :: of or pertaining to the Thracian town of Marōnēa
Maroneus {adj} :: Maronian, Virgilian (of or pertaining to Publius Vergilius Maro [70–19 BC])
maronitus {adj} :: Maronite
Marpor {m} :: contraction of Mārcīpor
marra {f} :: hoe
marra {f} :: hook, weeding-hook
marrubium {n} :: horehound
Marruca {prop} {f} :: an ancient city in Hispania Baetica
Marrucini {prop} {mp} :: An Italic tribe who inhabited a region on the coast of Abruzzo
Marruvium {prop} {n} :: The chief city of the Marsi, situated on the eastern shore of the Fucinus lake
Mars {prop} {m} :: Mars (planet)
Mars {prop} {m} :: Mars (Roman god)
Mars {m} :: war, battle, conflict
Marsaci {prop} {mp} :: A tribe of Gallia Belgica mentioned by Pliny
Marsi {prop} {mp} :: An ancient tribe who inhabited a region in central Italy, around the basin of the lake Fucinus
marsicus {adj} :: Marsian
marsupialis {adj} :: purse (attributive)
marsupium {n} :: pouch, purse
marsuppium {n} :: alternative form of marsupium
Marsyas {prop} {m} [Greek mythology] :: A mythological satyr skinned alive by Apollo for challenging him
Marsyas {prop} {m} :: A tributary river of the Maeander
Marsyas {prop} {m} :: A river of Syria mentioned only by Pliny as dividing Apamea from the territory of the Nazerini
Mart. {prop} {m} :: abbreviation of Martiānus
Mart. {adj} :: abbreviation of Mārtius
Marta {prop} {f} :: A river of Latium, now still called this way
martellus {m} :: hammer
martes {f} :: a marten
Martha {prop} :: Martha
martialis {adj} :: of or pertaining to Mars
Martianus {adj} :: Martian
Martina {prop} {f} :: given name
Martinus {prop} {m} :: given name equivalent to Martin
martius {adj} :: of March, the first month of the traditional Roman year or third month of the Gregorian calendar
martius {adj} :: of or belonging to Mars, the god of war
martius {adj} [figuratively] :: warlike, martial
Martius {adj} :: Of March
Martius {prop} {m} :: March
martyr {mf} [Ecclesiastical Latin] :: martyr, especially a Christian martyr
martyrium {n} [Ecclesiastical Latin] :: martyrdom; testimony of a martyr, especially through blood (death)
martyrium {n} [Ecclesiastical Latin] :: a martyrium; burial place of a martyr
martyrium {n} [Ecclesiastical Latin] :: a church dedicated to a martyr
martyrologium {n} [Church Latin] :: martyrology
marum {n} :: A kind of plant, Teucrium marum
mas {m} :: a male, man
mas {adj} :: male, masculine, manly
Masada {prop} {f} :: A stronghold of Palestine, famous for the Roman siege
Masati {prop} {mp} :: A tribe of Mauritania mentioned by Pliny
masca {f} :: spectre; nightmare
masca {f} :: mask
mascarpio {m} :: A masturbator
Mascas {prop} {m} :: A river of Mesopotamia flowing into the Euphrates
masclus {m} :: alternative form of masculus ("man", "male")
Mascula {prop} {f} :: a city of Numidia
masculatus {adj} :: male, masculine
masculetum {n} :: a place where male plants are planted
masculinus {adj} :: masculine, male (of humans or animals)
masculinus {adj} :: manly, worth of manhood
masculinus {adj} [grammar] :: masculine (gender)
masculus {adj} :: male, masculine
masculus {adj} [substantive] :: A man, male
Masinissa {prop} {m} :: The first king of unified Numidia and grandfather of Jugurtha
Masius {prop} {m} :: A range of mountains which form the northern boundary of Mesopotamia
Maso {prop} {m} :: A Roman cognomen — famously held by:
Maso {prop} {m} :: Gaius Papirius Maso, a Roman consul
massa {f} :: mass, bulk (of material)
massa {f} :: load, burden
massa {f} :: dough
massa {f} :: lump
Massaesyli {prop} {mp} :: An ancient tribe of Mauritania
Massava {prop} {f} :: A town of Gallia Lugdunensis situated between Nevirnum and Brivodurum
Massicytus {prop} {m} :: A mountain range of Western Lycia
Massilia {prop} {f} :: Marseille (city in modern France)
massiliensis {adj} :: Of or from Marseilles
Massiva {prop} {m} :: A prince of Numidia and grandson of Masinissa
Massyli {prop} {mp} :: A tribe of Numidia
Mastanabal {prop} {m} :: A king of Numidia, son of Masinissa and brother of Micipsa
mastiche {f} :: mastic, gum
mastichinus {adj} :: of or belonging to the mastic tree
mastico {v} :: I chew
mastruca {f} :: sheepskin or goatskin jacket
mastrucatus {adj} :: sheepskin (attributive)
mastruga {f} :: alternative form of mastrūca
masturbatio {f} :: masturbation
masturbor {v} :: I defile myself
masturbor {v} :: I masturbate
mastus {m} [Medieval Latin, nautical] :: ship mast
Mastusia {prop} {f} :: A promontory of Chersonesus
Mastusia {prop} {f} :: A mountain situated near Smyrna
masucius {m} :: A gluttonous person
Masurius {prop} {m} :: a Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name" famously held by:
Masurius {prop} {m} :: Masurius Sabinus, a Roman jurist
Matalia {prop} {f} :: A town in Crete near the headland of Matala
matara {f} :: sort of javelin used by Gauls
mataxa {f} :: raw silk
mataxa {f} :: thick string or thread
matellam praesto alicui {phrase} :: I provide (someone) the most menial services (literally “I offer (someone) the chamber-pot”)
matellio {m} :: A chamber pot
mateola {f} :: {uncertain meaning}
mateola {f} :: an agricultural implement
mateola {f} :: a kind of mallet (hammer)
mateola {f} :: beetle (heavy weight, with a handle or stock, used for driving wedges or pegs, ramming down paving stones, etc.)
mater {f} :: mother (female parent)
mater {f} :: mother (source, origin)
mater {f} :: matron of a house
mater {f} :: honorific title
mater {f} :: woman
mater {f} :: nurse
mater {f} :: motherland
matercula {f} :: diminutive of māter
matercula {f} [endearing] :: little mother
materia {f} :: matter; material; component stuff; substance
materia {f} :: timber
materia {f} :: (figurative) source, origin
materialis {adj} [Late Latin] :: material (made of matter)
materiamen {n} [Late Latin] :: timber, wood used in construction
materians {v} :: felling (timber)
materiarius {adj} :: wood, timber (attributive)
materiaturus {v} :: about to fell (timber)
materiatus {v} :: felled
materies {f} :: alternative form of materia
materior {v} :: I fell timber; I procure wood
maternalis {adj} [Medieval Latin, Renaissance Latin] :: Of or pertaining to a mother, maternal
maternitas {f} [Medieval Latin, Medieval Latin] :: maternity
maternus {adj} :: Of or pertaining to a mother, maternal
maternus {adj} :: Related through the mother, or her side of the family
matertera {f} :: maternal aunt
Mathathias {prop} {m} :: alternative spelling of Mattathiās
mathematica {f} :: mathematics
mathematicus {adj} :: Of or pertaining to mathematics; mathematical, mathematic
mathematicus {m} :: mathematician
mathematicus {m} :: astrologer
mathesis {f} [in general] :: the action of learning, knowledge, science
mathesis {f} [in particular] :: mathematics, mathesis
mathesis {f} [in particular] :: astrology
Matho {prop} {m} :: A Roman cognomen — famously held by:
Matho {prop} {m} :: Manius Pomponius Matho, a Roman consul
matia {f} [Medieval Latin] :: club (heavy stick used as a weapon)
matia {f} [Medieval Latin] :: mace (ceremonial form of this club-weapon)
Matilica {prop} {f} :: a town of Umbria situated near the sources of the river Aesis, now Matelica
Matisco {prop} {f} :: A town of the Aedui in Gallia Lugdunensis, now Mâcon
Matium {prop} {n} :: A town of Creta, situated opposite to the island of Dia
Matius {prop} {m} :: a Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name" famously held by:
Matius {prop} {m} :: Gaius Matius, a Roman writer
matralis {adj} :: Of or pertaining to a mother
matresco {v} :: I become a mother or like one's mother
matricalis {adj} [post-Classical] :: Of or pertaining to the womb or matrix
matricida {m} :: A person who kills his own mother, matricide
matricidium {n} :: The murder of one's mother, matricide
matricula {f} [Late Latin] :: written list, register
matricularius {m} :: a clerical official in charge of certain registrations, such as immatriculation of students on a university's roll
matrimonialis {adj} :: Of or pertaining to marriage, matrimonial
matrimonium {n} :: marriage, matrimony, wedlock
matrimus {adj} :: That has a living mother
Matrinius {prop} {m} :: a Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name" famously held by:
Matrinius {prop} {m} :: Gaius Matrinius, a Roman eques
Matrinus {prop} {m} :: A river of Picenum flowing into the Adriatic Sea near the city of Hadria
matrix {f} :: uterus, womb
matrix {f} :: dam [non-human female animal kept for breeding]
matrix {f} :: source, origin
matrix {f} :: list, register
matrona {f} :: A married woman, wife or matron, especially of an honorable man
matrona {f} :: A title of Juno
Matrona {prop} {f} :: The river Marne
matronalis {adj} :: Of, pertaining to or befitting a married woman or matron; womanly, matronly
matronaliter {adv} :: like a matron
matronatus {m} :: The dress of a matron or lady of rank
matruelis {mf} :: A cousin-german, first cousin on the mother's side; the child of one's mother's sister
Matt. {prop} {m} :: abbreviation of Matthaeus
matta {f} :: A mat made of rushes
Mattathias {prop} {m} :: given name — famously held by:
Mattathias {prop} {m} [Judaism and Christianity] :: Mattathias (Jewish priest feat. in 1 Macc., instigator of the Maccabean Revolt and progenitor of the Hasmoneans)
Mattathias {prop} {m} [Christianity] :: Mattathias (son of Amos and father of Joseph, 6×great-grandfather of Jesus)
Mattathias {prop} {m} [Christianity] :: Mattathias (son of Semei and father of Mahath, 12×great-grandfather of Jesus)
Matthaeus {prop} {m} :: given name of biblical origin
Matthaeus {prop} {m} :: Matthew the Evangelist, one of the twelve Apostles. A publican or tax-collector at Capernaum and credited with the authorship of the Gospel of Matthew
Matthaeus {prop} {m} [biblical] :: The Gospel of St. Matthew, the first book of the New Testament of the Bible. Traditionally the first of the four gospels, a book attributed to Matthew the Evangelist
Matthias {prop} {m} :: Saint Matthias (the Apostle chosen to replace Judas Iscariot after the latter’s Betrayal of Christ and subsequent suicide)
mattus {adj} :: drunk, intoxicated
matula {f} :: A vessel for liquids
matula {f} :: A chamber pot
maturandus {v} :: which is to be matured
maturans {vit} :: ripening, maturing, making ripe
maturans {v} :: hastening, accelerating
maturans {v} :: precipitating, rushing
maturatio {f} :: hastening
maturatio {f} :: ripening, maturation
maturaturus {v} :: about to mature
maturatus {v} :: ripened, made mature, having been ripened
maturatus {v} :: hastened, accelerated, having been hastened
maturatus {v} :: precipitated, rushed, having been precipitated
maturesco {v} :: I ripen or mature
maturior {adj} :: riper
maturior {adj} :: more mature
maturior {adj} :: early
maturior {adj} :: young
maturissimus {adj} :: most or very ripe or mature
maturitas {f} :: ripeness, maturity
maturitas {f} :: ripe fruit
maturitas {f} :: gentleness, mildness
maturitas {f} :: promptness, quickness
maturo {vt} :: I ripen, make ripe, bring to maturity
maturo {vit} :: I mature, ripen, soften
maturo {v} :: I hasten, accelerate, despatch
maturo {v} :: I precipitate, rush, make haste
maturrimus {adj} :: ripest, most or very mature
maturrimus {adj} :: timely, seasonable
maturus {adj} :: mature
maturus {adj} :: ripe
maturus {adj} :: early
Matuta {prop} {f} [Roman god] :: Matuta, the goddess of morning or dawn (= Aurōra)
Matuta {prop} {f} [Roman god] :: a name of Inō (= Λευκοθέᾱ), called by the Romans also Mater_Matuta
matutinus {adj} :: morning (attributive)
matutinus {adj} :: early
matutinus {adj} [substantive; mātūtīnum] :: the morning
Mauretania {prop} {f} :: alt form Maurītānia
Mauretania Caesariensis {prop} {f} :: alternative spelling of Maurītānia Caesariēnsis
Mauritania {prop} {f} :: Mauretania (ancient Berber kingdom)
Mauritania {prop} {f} [New Latin] :: Mauritania (modern country in North Africa)
Mauritania Caesariensis {prop} {f} :: Mauretania Caesariensis (northwest-African province of the Roman Empire)
mauritanicus {adj} :: Mauritanian
Mauritia {prop} {f} :: Mauritius
mauritianus {adj} :: Mauritian
maurus {adj} :: Moorish, North African
Maurus {adj} :: Of or pertaining to the Moors
Maurus {adj} :: Moorish, Mauritanian
Maurus {adj} [poetic] :: African
Maurus {m} :: A Moor
Mausolus {prop} {m} :: A king of Caria, famous for being buried in a mausoleum
Maxalla {prop} {f} :: A town of Lybia mentioned by Pliny
maxilla {f} [anatomy] :: jaw, jawbone, bone of the upper jaw
maxilla {f} :: lower part of the face, jaws
maxillaris {adj} :: jaw (attributive); maxillary
maxillaris {adj} :: molar (teeth)
maxima cum laude {prep} :: With maximal praise; a rarely used honor added to a diploma or degree for work considered to be among the best
maxime {adv} :: especially, chiefly, particularly
maxime {adv} :: certainly
maxime {adv} :: very much
maxime {adv} :: most
maximissime {adv} :: superlative of maxime
maximius {adv} :: comparative of maxime
maximus {adj} :: greatest, largest, most powerful
maximus {adj} :: oldest, eldest
Maximus {prop} :: A cognomen; later also a name of early Christian saints
maximus in minimis {phrase} :: The greatest in the least, meaning "the very greatest in trifling things"
Maxula {prop} {f} :: A town of Africa situated near Carthago
maxumus {adj} :: alternative form of maximus
maza {f} :: maza
Mazaeus {prop} {m} :: A Persian noble and governor of Babylon
Mazara {prop} {f} :: a town on the south-western coast of Sicily, situated between Selinus and Lilybaeum, now Mazara del Vallo
Mazara {prop} {f} :: a river that flows across this town, now called Mazaro
mea culpa {phrase} :: through my fault
Meacum {prop} {n} :: Meaco (medieval name for Kyoto)
meamet {pron} :: my very own
means {v} :: going along, passing, traversing
Mearus {prop} {m} :: A river of Hispania Tarraconensis, now the Mero
meatim {adv} :: in my way
meatus {m} [poetic] :: movement, course
meatus {m} :: a path, passage
meatus {v} :: gone, passed, traversed, having been passed
mechanicus {m} :: engineer
mechanicus {m} :: mechanic
mechanicus {m} :: mechanics
mechanicus {adj} :: mechanical
mechanicus {adj} :: engineering (attributive)
meconites {m} :: An unknown kind of precious stone resembling a poppy
mecum {adv} :: with me
Mecyberna {prop} {f} :: a coastal town of Chalcidice and port town of Olynthus
meddix {m} :: The title of a magistrate among the Oscans
medela {f} :: alternative form of medella
medella {f} :: cure
medella {f} :: healing
medella {f} :: health
medendus {v} :: which is to be healed
medens {v} :: healing
Medeon {prop} {m} :: a town of Boeotia situated not far from Onchestus and Haliartus
Medeon {prop} {m} :: a town of Illyricum
Medeon {prop} {m} :: a town of Acarnania situated on the road from Stratus to Limnaea
Medeon {prop} {m} :: a destroyed town of Phocis
medeor {v} [with dative case] :: I heal, cure, remedy, am good for or against a disease
medeor {v} [figuratively] :: I amend, correct, relieve
Mederiacum {prop} {n} :: A town of Gallia Belgica
mediaevalis {adj} :: medieval
medialis {adj} :: medial; of or belonging to the middle
medianus {adj} :: middle, central
mediator {m} :: mediator, intermediary, go-between
mediatrix {f} [Late Latin] :: mediator, intermediary, go-between (female)
mediatus {v} :: halved, having been halved
mediatus {v} :: having been in the middle
medica {f} :: a female doctor, healer
medicamen {n} :: drug, remedy, medicine
medicamen {n} :: antidote
medicamen {n} :: cosmetic
medicamentum {n} :: drug, remedy, medicine
medicandus {v} :: which is to be healed
medicans {v} :: healing, curing
medicans {v} :: medicating
medicans {v} :: dyeing with color
medicatio {f} :: healing, cure, medication
medicator {m} [Late Latin] :: physician
medicaturus {v} :: about to heal
medicatus {v} :: healed, cured, having been healed
medicatus {v} :: medicated, having been medicated
medicatus {v} :: dyed, having been dyed with color
medicina {f} :: medicine, remedy, cure
medicina {f} :: practice or art of medicine or healing
medicinalis {adj} :: medical, medicinal, of or pertaining to medicine
medicinus {adj} :: Of or pertaining to doctors and healing; medical, medicinal
medico {v} :: I heal, cure
medico {v} :: I give healing power to
medico {v} :: I medicate
medico {v} :: I dye with color
medicus {adj} :: healing, curative, medical
medicus {m} :: a doctor, physician, surgeon
medicus {adj} :: Median, Median language
medidies {m} :: alternative form of meridies
medietas {f} :: the center, middle part of something, midpoint
medietas {f} :: (transf.) half
medievalis {adj} :: alternative form of mediaevalis
medimnum {n} :: A Greek dry measure similar to a bushel
medio {v} :: I halve, divide in the middle
medio {v} :: I am in the middle
mediocris {adj} :: middling, moderate
mediocris {adj} :: tolerable, ordinary, normal
mediocris {adj} :: mediocre, indifferent
mediocrissime {adv} :: superlative of mediōcriter
mediocritas {f} :: a middle state
mediocritas {f} :: medium, mean
mediocritas {f} :: moderation
mediocritas {f} :: mediocrity
mediocriter {adv} :: moderately, ordinarily
mediocriter {adv} :: indifferently
mediocrius {adv} :: comparative of mediōcriter
Mediolanium {prop} {n} :: alt form Mediōlānum
Mediolanum {prop} {n} :: Milan (city in modern Italy)
Mediolanum {prop} {n} :: Mediolanum Santonum, modern Saintes, Charente-Maritime (city in modern France)
Mediolatinitas {f} [New Latin] :: the characteristic idioms and compositions of the Latin in use during the Middle Ages, Mediaeval Latinity
Mediolatinus {adj} [New Latin] :: Medieval Latin (of or pertaining to the forms of the Latin language written, spoken, and sung during the Middle Ages)
Mediomatrici {prop} {mp} :: A tribe of Gallia Belgica, whose chief town was Divodurum
meditabundus {adj} [post-classical, with accusative] :: earnestly meditating, designing
meditandus {v} :: going to think; going to think about
meditandus {v} :: about to think; about to think about
meditandus {v} :: needing to think; needing to think about
meditans {v} :: thinking, meditating
meditans {v} :: planning, devising
meditatio {f} :: The act of thinking over something, contemplation, meditation; thought, idea
meditatio {f} :: The act of planning or devising
meditatio {f} [by extension] :: Preparation for something; intention
meditatio {f} [by extension] :: Exercise or practice in something, study, rehearsal, custom, habit
meditaturus {v} :: about to meditate
meditatus {v} :: meditated
mediterraneus {adj} :: inland (remote from the coast)
meditor {v} :: I think or reflect upon, consider, contemplate, ponder, meditate (upon); intend
meditor {v} :: I plan, contrive, devise
meditor {v} [by extension] :: I meditate, study, exercise myself in, practise or rehearse something
Meditrina {prop} {f} [Roman god] :: Meditrina
meditullium {n} :: The part of a land or country which is isolated from the sea; inland, interior
meditullium {n} :: The middle or center of something
medium {n} :: middle, center, medium, midst
medium {n} :: community, public, publicity
medius {adj} :: middle
medius {adj} :: half
medius {adj} :: moderate
medius {adj} :: indifferent, undecided
Medoacus {prop} {m} :: A river of Venetia that flows through Patavium and then into the Adriatic Sea, now called Brenta
Medon {prop} {m} [Greek mythology] :: A son of Oileus and brother of Ajax
Medubriga {prop} {f} :: an ancient town in Lusitania, situated on the road from Scalabis to Augusta Emerita
medulla {f} [anatomy] :: marrow
medulla spinalis {f} :: spinal cord
medullatus {adj} :: marrow (attributive)
medullula {f} :: marrow
Medullum {prop} {n} :: An ancient city of Latium
medus {m} :: A kind of mead
Medus {prop} :: a Mede
megacarpus {adj} :: having large seeds or fruit
Megadorus {prop} {m} :: given name, character in the play Aulularia of Plautus
Megalopolis {prop} {f} :: Megalopoli
megalops {adj} :: having large eyes
megalotis {adj} :: Used as a species epithet; long-eared
Megara {prop} {f} {np} :: The capital city of Megaris and birthplace of Euclid
Megaris {prop} {f} :: A country of Greece, between Attica and Phocis
Megaris {prop} {f} :: An island situated near Naples
Megaronides {prop} {m} :: given name, character in the play Trinummus of Plautus
megarostris {adj} :: having a large beak
Megasthenes {prop} {m} :: A Greek historian and geographer
megaterium {noun} [New Latin] :: A specific epithet for a bacterium used as a soil inoculant in agriculture and horticulture/
megistanes {mp} :: grandees of a kingdom, magnates close to the king
meglenoromanicus {adj} :: Megleno-Romanian
megleno-romanicus {adj} :: alternative spelling of meglenoromanicus
mehercule {interj} :: by Hercules!
meiens {v} :: urinating
meio {v} :: I urinate
meitnerium {n} :: meitnerium
mel {n} :: honey
mel {n} [figuratively] :: sweetness, pleasantness
mel {n} [figuratively, term of endearment] :: darling, sweet, honey
Mel. {prop} {m} :: abbreviation of Mela
Mela {prop} {m} :: A Roman masculine cognomen — famously held by:
Mela {prop} {m} :: Pomponius Mela (ob. circa AD 45), the earliest Roman geographer
Mela {prop} {m} :: Annius Mela (cos. AD 103), a Roman senator and consul
Melaeneae {prop} {fp} :: A town of Arcadia situated on the road from Heraea to Megalopolis
Melaenis {prop} {m} :: given name, character in the play Cistellaria of Plautus
Melanesia {prop} {f} [New Latin] :: Melanesia
melanocarpus {adj} :: Having black seeds (or fruit)
melanocephalus {adj} :: having a black head
melanogaster {adj} :: having a black belly
melanoleucus {adj} [New Latin] :: black and white
melanopterus {adj} :: black-winged
melanopus {adj} [New Latin] :: black and red (as colours associated with fire)
melanothorax {adj} :: having a black thorax
melanoticus {adj} [New Latin] :: melanotic, black
melanotis {adj} [New Latin] :: black-eared
melanoxylon {adj} [New Latin] :: Used as a species epithet; black wood or blackwood
melanurus {m} :: A type of edible sea-fish
melanurus {adj} [New Latin] :: black-tailed
melas {adj} [New Latin] :: dark (in colour), black
Melas {prop} {m} :: A river of Boeotia flowing through the territory of Haliartus
melca {f} :: milk with spices
melculum {n} :: Used as a term of endearment, literally meaning little honey
Melcumani {prop} {mp} :: An Illyrian tribe of Dalmatia
Meldi {prop} {mp} :: A tribe of Gallia Lugdunensis, whose chief town was Iatinum
meleagris {f} :: turkey, guinea fowl
meles {f} :: badger
meletemata {noun} :: literary meditations, essays
meliator {m} :: one who meddles
Meliboea {prop} {f} :: A town of Thessaly situated on the coast near Mount Ossa
melichrysos {m} [mineralogy] :: gold-colored chrysolite
Meligunis {prop} {f} :: Another name of the Lipara island
melimelum {n} :: honey apple, sweet apple
melina {f} :: mead
melina {f} :: A purse or wallet made of marten-skin
melinoporphyrus {adj} [Medieval Latin] :: of a yellow-purple colour
melinus {adj} :: Of or pertaining to honey
melinus {adj} :: Of or pertaining to quinces
melinus {adj} :: Of the colour or color of quinces; quince-yellow
melinus {adj} :: Of or pertaining to a marten
melior {adj} :: better; irregular comparative degree of bonus (good)
melioratio {f} :: melioration (improvement)
melioro {v} [Late Latin] :: I make better, better, improve
Melita {prop} {f} :: Malta
Melitene {prop} {f} :: A city in the eastern part of Cappadocia, now Malatya
melitensis {adj} :: Maltese
meliticus {adj} :: Maltese
meliuscule {adv} :: somewhat better
meliusculus {adj} :: somewhat better
melkiticus {adj} :: Melkite
melkitus {adj} :: Melkite
mella {f} :: honey-water
Mella {prop} {f} :: a river of Gallia Transpadana that flows into the Ollius, still called Mella
Mella {prop} {f} :: a Roman surname in the gens Annaea
mellaceum {n} :: must
Mellaria {prop} {f} :: a town of the Bastuli in Hispania Baetica, possesing establishments for salting fish
mellarium {n} :: A beehive, apiary
mellarius {adj} :: Of or pertaining to honey
mellarius {adj} [substantive] :: A beekeeper or beemaster
mellatio {f} :: A honeying, honey-gathering, taking of honey from a hive
melleus {adj} :: Of, pertaining to or resembling honey
melleus {adj} :: As sweet as honey; honey-sweet, delightful, charming
melliculum {n} :: A honey-pet, honey-kin
melliculus {adj} :: Sweetened with honey, honey-sweet, honeyed
mellifer {adj} :: honey-bearing, honey-producing, melliferous
mellifex {m} :: A honey-maker; beekeeper
mellificium {n} :: The making of honey
mellifico {vi} :: I make honey
mellificus {adj} :: honey-making, fit for making honey
mellifluens {adj} :: honey-dropping, flowing with honey, mellifluous
mellifluus {adj} :: honey-dropping, flowing with honey, mellifluous
melliger {adj} :: honey-bearing
melligo {f} :: A honeylike juice, sucked by bees from plants; propolis, bee-glue, hive dross
mellilla {f} :: Used as a term of endearment, literally meaning little honey or little sweetheart
mellinia {f} :: sweetness, deliciousness, delight
mellitula {f} :: Used as a term of endearment, literally meaning little honey or little sweetheart
mellitulus {adj} :: As sweet as honey; honey-sweet, darling, lovely
mellitus {adj} :: Of or pertaining to honey
mellitus {adj} :: Sweetened with honey, honey-sweet, honeyed
mellitus {adj} [figuratively] :: As sweet as honey; honey-sweet, darling, lovely
mellitus {adj} [figuratively, substantive, term of endearment] :: Sweet, darling, honey
mello {v} :: I make or collect honey
Mellona {prop} {f} [Roman god] :: The goddess of bees, and honey
mellosus {adj} :: Of, pertaining to or from honey; honeylike
mellum {n} :: A collar for dogs
melo {m} :: An apple-shaped melon
melodia {f} :: melody
melodia {f} :: pleasant song
Melodunum {prop} {n} :: A town of the Senones in Gallia Lugdunensis, now Melun
melongena {f} [Medieval Latin] :: aubergine
Melos {prop} {f} :: Milos
melosmos {m} :: A plant (possible Teucrium polium)
melota {f} :: sheepskin
melotris {f} [medicine] :: A probe, mostly for the ears
Melpis {prop} {m} :: A small river of Latium falling into the Liris, now Melfa
Melpum {prop} {n} :: a city of Gallia Cisalpina, founded probably by the Etruscans, now Melzo
Melsus {prop} {m} :: a river of Hispania Tarraconensis that flows into the sea through the territory of the Astures, perhaps the river Narcea
membrana {f} :: skin
membrana {f} :: membrane (tissue)
membrana {f} [by extension] :: parchment
membrana {f} :: surface, the outside
membranaceus {adj} :: of skin or membrane; membranaceous
membranaceus {adj} :: resembling skin or a membrane
membranarius {m} :: a parchment maker
membraneus {adj} :: of parchment
membraniferus {adj} :: membraniferous
membranula {f} :: a little skin or membrane
membranula {f} [by extension] :: parchment
membranula {f} [by extension, usually plural] :: document, something written on parchment
membratim {adv} :: limb by limb
membratim {adv} :: bit by bit, piecemeal
Membresa {prop} {f} :: A town of Africa situated on the road from Mustis to Sicilibba
membrificatio {f} :: membrification
membrum {n} [anatomy] :: limb of the body; member
membrum {n} [euphemistic] :: the penis (membrum virīle)
membrum {n} :: a portion, division
membrum {n} :: apartment, room in a house
membrum {n} :: member of the state
membrum {n} [Late Latin, Christianity] :: member of the Body of Christ, member of the church
membrum {n} [grammar] :: clause of a sentence
membrum virile {n} [euphemistic] :: the penis
memecylon {n} :: the edible fruit of the strawberry tree
memento mori {phrase} [literally] :: Be mindful of dying
memento mori {phrase} [idiomatic] :: Do not forget that you are only human
memet {pron} :: accusative form of egōmet, meaning "me myself" or "myself"
memet {pron} :: ablative form of egōmet, meaning "with myself" or "in myself"
memet {pron} :: towards me
memini {v} :: I remember; am mindful of
Memini {prop} {mp} :: A pre-Roman tribe of Gallia Narbonensis
Memmius {prop} {m} :: a Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name" famously held by:
Memmius {prop} {m} :: Publius Memmius Regulus, a Roman consul
memnonia {f} :: An unknown precious stone, black in color
memor {adj} :: mindful, remembering
memor {adj} :: that has a good memory
Memor {prop} {m} :: a cognomen famously held by:
Memor {prop} {m} :: Lucius Marcius Memor, a Roman haruspex
memorabilis {adj} :: something memorable or remarkable, unforgettable
memorandus {v} :: which is to be reminded
memorans {v} :: reminding, bringing to mind
memorans {v} :: telling, uttering, recounting
memoratio {f} :: mention
memorator {m} :: relater, someone who recounts or mentions
memorator {m} :: storyteller
memoraturus {v} :: about to remind
memoratus {v} :: reminded, having been reminded
memoratus {v} :: told, uttered, having been recounted
memoria {f} :: memory; the ability to remember
memoria {f} :: a remembrance, a thing remembered
memoria {f} [by extension] :: a time of remembrance
memorialis {adj} :: of or pertaining to memory or remembrance; memorial
memorialis {adj} [masculine substantive] :: historiographer
memorialis {adj} [neuter substantive] :: memorial
memorialis {adj} [neuter plural substantive] :: memoirs
memoriter {adv} :: From memory, by heart
memoro {v} :: I remind, bring to mind
memoro {v} :: I tell, utter, recount
memoror {v} :: I remember
memoror {v} :: I am mindful of
M.-Emp. {prop} {m} :: abbreviation of w:Marcellus Empiricus
Memphis {prop} {f} :: Memphis (ancient city in Egypt)
-men {suffix} :: forms neuter nouns of the third declension
Mena {prop} {f} [Roman god] :: The goddess who presided over women with menstruation
Menaechmus {prop} {m} :: given name, character in the play Epidicus of Plautus
Menapii {prop} {mp} :: A tribe of Gallia Belgica which dwelt between the Meuse and the Scheldt
Menaria {prop} {f} :: An island of the Tyrrhenian Sea, now called Meloria
Menariae {prop} {fp} :: a group of islands near the Balearic Islands
menda {f} :: defect, blemish (on the body)
menda {f} :: mistake, error, blunder
mendaciter {adv} :: falsely, deceptively, mendaciously
mendacium {n} :: A lie, untruth, falsehood, fiction
mendacium {n} :: An illusion, counterfeit
mendax {adj} :: deceitful, lying, deceptive, untruthful, false, mendacious, feigned, not real
mendax {m} :: liar
Mende {prop} {f} :: A town of Chalcidice, colony of Eretria
mendelevium {n} [New Latin, chemistry] :: mendelevium
Mendes {prop} {f} :: A town of Lower Egypt on the delta of the Nile
Mendes {adj} :: of or belonging to Mendes
mendicabundus {adj} [ecclesiastical] :: begging, mendicant
mendicandus {v} :: which is to be begged
mendicans {v} :: begging, asking for alms
mendicaturus {v} :: about to beg
mendicatus {v} :: begged, having asked for alms
mendicissimus {adj} :: most or very needy or indigent
mendicitas {f} :: beggary, mendicity, pauperism, indigence
mendico {v} :: I beg, ask for alms
mendicus {adj} :: beggarly, needy, indigent
mendosissimus {adj} :: most or very faulty etc
mendosissimus {adj} :: most or very false etc
mendosus {adj} :: full of faults; faulty, erroneous, incorrect
mendosus {adj} :: false, deceptive
mendotae {adj} :: Lake Mendota (attributive)
mendum {n} :: fault, error, blunder (of writing)
mendum {n} :: blemish, defect (of the body)
Menenius {prop} {m} :: a Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name" famously held by:
Menenius {prop} {m} :: Agrippa Menenius Lanatus, a Roman consul
Menenius {adj} :: of or pertaining to the gens Menenia
meningitidis {adj} [New Latin] :: meningitis (attributive)
Meninx {prop} {f} :: An island of Africa, now Djerba
menoides {adj} [Late Latin] :: crescent-shaped, crescentic, crescentiform, crescentoid
Menologium {prop} {n} :: Menologium
Menoncaleni {prop} {mp} :: A pre-Roman tribe of the Alps
Menosca {prop} {f} :: an ancient town of the Varduli in Hispania Tarraconensis
mens {f} :: mind
mens {f} :: intellect
mens {f} :: reasoning, judgement
mensa {f} :: a table
mensa {f} :: a table of food; meal, course, feast
mensa {f} :: an altar (sacrificial table)
mensalis {adj} :: table (attributive)
mensarium {n} :: table furniture, tablecloth
mensarius {adj} :: of or belonging to the table or counter
mensarius {m} :: money changer, banker
mensis {m} :: month
mensor {m} :: measurer
mensor {m} [with frūmentī or frūmentārius] :: measurer of grain
mensor {m} [with agrōrum or agrārius] :: land surveyor, surveyor of construction
mensor {m} :: architect, engineer
mensorius {adj} [of land] :: of or relating to measuring or measurement
mens sana in corpore sano {proverb} :: A healthy mind in a healthy body
menstrualis {adj} :: Monthly, every month, for a month
menstrualis {adj} [post-Augustan] :: Of or pertaining to the monthly courses of women; in the process of menstruation
menstruatus {v} :: menstruated
menstruo {v} :: I menstruate; have a monthly period
menstruum {n} :: a monthly payment
menstruum {n} :: a monthly term of office or service
menstruum {n} [in the plural] :: menstrual discharge
menstruus {adj} :: Of or pertaining to a month
menstruus {adj} :: That happens every month, monthly
mensura {f} :: measure; a measuring
mensura {f} [by extension] :: a standard or measure by which something is measured
mensura {f} [figuratively] :: a quantity or amount
mensurabilis {adj} :: measurable
mensurandus {v} :: which is to be measured
mensurandus {v} :: which is to be estimated
mensurans {v} :: measuring
mensurans {v} :: estimating
mensuraturus {v} :: about to measure
mensuraturus {v} :: about to estimate
mensuratus {v} :: measured, having been measured
mensuratus {v} :: estimated, having been estimated
mensuro {v} [Late Latin, Vulgar Latin] :: I measure
mensuro {v} [Late Latin, Vulgar Latin] :: I estimate
mensurus {v} :: about to measure
mensus {v} :: measured, estimated
mensus {v} :: distributed
menta {f} :: mint (plant)
mentagra {f} :: An eruption on the chin
mentalis {adj} :: mental
mentastrum {n} :: wild mint
mente captus {adj} :: insane, mad
Mentesa {prop} {f} :: An ancient city in Hispania Tarraconensis
mentiendus {v} :: which is to be deceived
mentiens {v} :: lying, deceiving
mentiens {v} :: pretending, feigning
mentigo {f} :: a kind of eruption or scab on lambs
mentio {f} :: mention, a calling to mind
mentior {v} [with dative] :: I lie, deceive
mentior {v} :: I pretend, feign
mentitus {v} :: lied, deceived
mentitus {v} :: pretended, feigned
Mentores {prop} {m} :: A tribe of Liburnia mentioned by Pliny
mentula {f} [vulgar] :: [anatomy] dick, cock (obscene word for the penis)
mentum {n} :: chin
mentum {n} :: beard
-mentum {suffix} :: instrument, medium, or result of; e.g. monumentum
meo {v} :: I go along, pass or traverse
meracissimus {adj} :: most or very undiluted; purest
meracus {adj} :: undiluted, neat (drink)
mercans {v} :: trading
mercantia {f} [Late Latin] :: trade
mercator {m} :: merchant, trader
mercator {m} :: dealer, speculator
mercatura {f} :: trade, commerce
mercatura {f} :: goods, merchandise
mercaturus {v} :: about to trade
mercatus {m} :: trade, traffic, buying and selling
mercatus {m} :: market, marketplace
mercatus {m} :: festival assemblage, public feast
mercedula {f} :: diminutive of mercēs
mercedula {f} :: low salary, small wages, low reward
mercedula {f} :: small rent of land
mercenarius {adj} :: hired for pay
mercenarius {adj} :: mercenary
mercennarius {adj} :: alternative form of mercenarius
merces {f} :: pay, wages, reward
merces {f} :: rent
merces {f} :: bribe
mercimonium {n} :: goods, wares, merchandise
mercor {v} :: I trade, deal, sell
mercurius {m} :: mercury (element)
Mercurius {m} :: Mercury; a Roman god associated with speed and trade; sometimes used as a messenger of the Gods, wearing winged sandals. Mercury was equated with the Greek god Hermes and many other Ancient divinities
merda {f} [slang, vulgar] :: dung, excrement, shit
merenda {f} :: collation, light evening meal
merenda {f} :: a taste
merendus {v} :: which is to be earned
merens {v} :: deserving, meriting
mereo {v} :: I earn, deserve, merit, obtain
mereo {v} :: I earn a living
mereor {v} :: alternative form of mereo
meretor {f} [slang] :: male prostitute
meretricius {adj} :: Of or pertaining to prostitutes, meretricious
meretricula {f} :: prostitute, courtesan, harlot
meretrix {f} [slang] :: prostitute, female prostitute
mergae {fp} :: A two-pronged pitchfork
merges {f} :: A sheaf
mergo {v} :: I dip (in), immerse; plunge into water; overwhelm, cover, bury, drown
mergo {v} :: I sink down or in, plunge, thrust, drive or fix in
mergo {v} [of water] :: I engulf, flood, swallow up, overwhelm
mergo {v} [figuratively] :: I hide, conceal, suppress
mergulus {m} :: wick of a lamp
mergulus {m} :: small diver, loon (kind of waterfowl)
mergus {m} :: diver (loon), a kind of waterfowl
mergus {m} :: vine-layer
meridianus {adj} :: midday, noon (attributive)
meridianus {adj} :: southern
meridiatio {f} :: midday nap, siesta
meridiatus {v} :: napped (having taken a siesta)
meridie {adv} :: at midday
meridies {m} :: midday, noon
meridies {m} :: south
meridio {v} :: I take a siesta (mid-day nap)
meridionalis {adj} :: southern
Merinum {prop} {n} :: A town of Apulia, situated on the promontory of Garganus near Vieste
meritissimo {adv} :: superlative of meritō
merito {adv} :: according to desert, deservedly, justly
merito {adv} :: with good reason, correctly, rightly, as a natural consequence
merito {v} :: I earn a salary or regular wage
merito {v} :: I serve as a soldier in exchange for a salary
meritorius {adj} :: Of or pertaining to the earning of money, by which money is earned, for which money is paid; hired; meritorious
meritum {n} :: merit, service, deserts
meritum {n} :: value, reward, benefit, kindness
meritum {n} :: fault, blame, demerit
meritum {n} :: grounds, reason
meriturus {v} :: about to earn
meritus {v} :: earned, deserved, obtained, due, proper, right, having been earned
meritus {v} :: deserving, meritorious
Merobriga {prop} {f} :: an ancient town in Hispania Baetica
merso {v} :: I immerse
merso {v} :: I overwhelm, drown
mersurus {v} :: about to sink
mersus {v} :: plunging
merula {f} :: blackbird
merula {f} :: wrasse
merulentus {adj} [post-classical] :: drunken, intoxicated
merum {n} :: wine unmixed with water, neat wine
merus {adj} :: sheer, undiluted, pure (especially of wine)
merx {f} :: merchandise, commodity
merx {f} :: goods
Mese {prop} {f} :: One of the Stoechades
Mesembria {prop} {f} :: a city of Thrace situated on the Black Sea, now Nesebar in Bulgaria
meses {m} :: north-east wind
mesoleucos {m} :: An unknown black gem, with a white stripe
mesoleucos {m} :: A plant
mesophilicus {adj} [New Latin] :: mesophilic
Mesopotamia {prop} {f} :: Mesopotamia
mespilum {n} :: The medlar (fruit or tree)
Messalla {prop} {m} :: A Roman cognomen — famously held by:
Messalla {prop} {m} :: Marcus Valerius Messalla, a Roman consul
Messana {prop} {f} :: Messina (city in Sicily)
Messapii {prop} {mp} :: An Iapygian tribe that was settled in modern Apulia
messapus {adj} :: alternative case form of Messāpus
Messene {prop} {f} :: The capital of Messenia, built under the direction of Epaminondas
Messenia {prop} {f} :: Messenia
Messenio {prop} {m} :: given name, character in the play Menaechmi of Plautus
Messia {prop} {f} :: Messia, in Tertullian prose, mocking synonym of Ceres
Messias {prop} {m} :: the Messiah, Christ
messio {f} :: reaping
messis {noun} :: harvest (action, season)
Messius {prop} {m} :: a Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name" famously held by:
Messius {prop} {m} :: Arusianus Messius, a Roman grammarian
messor {m} :: reaper
messor {m} :: mower
messor {m} :: harvester
messorius {adj} :: reaper's (attributive)
Mestrius {prop} {m} :: a Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name" famously held by:
Mestrius {prop} {m} :: Plutarch, a Greek biographer who took the Roman citizenship
-met {suffix} :: an intensifier of substantive and less frequently adjective personal pronouns, it is usually followed by "ipse"
meta {f} :: cone, pyramid
meta {f} :: turning point, winning post (pillar at each end of the Circus route)
meta {f} :: boundary limit
meta {f} [figuratively] :: goal, end, limit, turning point
Metabus {prop} {m} [Roman mythology] :: A king of the Volscians and father of Camilla
Metabus {prop} {m} :: The son of Sisyphus and founder of Metapontum
metallaria {f} :: miner, woman who works in a mine
metallarius {m} :: miner, man who works in a mine
metallescens {adj} [New Latin] :: Becoming metallic (of the leaves)
metallicus {adj} :: yielding or abounding in metal
metallicus {adj} [post-Augustan] :: metallic
metallicus {m} :: miner; a digger of metals
metallicus {m} :: person condemned to the mines
metallicus {m} :: worker in stone
metallidurans {adj} [New Latin] :: metal-enduring
metallifer {adj} :: yielding or abounding in metal
metallireducens {adj} :: That reduces metal ions (especially ferric to ferrous)
metallum {n} :: metal (atomic element or material made of such atoms)
metallum {n} :: precious metals, especially gold or silver
metallum {n} :: mine (place where metals are found)
Metamorphoses {prop} {fp} :: the name of a narrative poem by Ovid
Metapa {prop} {f} :: a town of Aetolia situated on the northern shore of the lake Trichonis
metaphora {f} :: a metaphor
metaphoricus {adj} :: metaphoric, metaphorical
metaphysica {f} [philosophy] :: metaphysics
metaplasmus {m} :: A grammatical change; an irregularity, metaplasm
metaplasmus {m} :: The transformation of prose text in form for metric or decorative purposes
Metapontum {prop} {n} :: Metaponto (ancient city in Italy)
metasyncriticus {adj} :: weeping (of a sore or wound)
metatus {v} :: measured out
Metaurus {prop} {m} :: One of the most important rivers of Umbria flowing into the Adriatic Sea near Fano, now still called Metauro
Metaurus {prop} {m} :: A river in the Bruttian territory, now Marro
metaxa {f} :: alternative form of mataxa
metella {f} :: A basket filled with stones, which the besieged threw down on the heads of the besiegers
metellus {m} :: A hired servant
Metellus {prop} {m} :: A Roman cognomen — famously held by:
Metellus {prop} {m} :: Quintus Caecilius Metellus, a Roman consul
metendus {v} :: which is to be harvested
metens {v} :: reaping, mowing
meteorologia {f} [New Latin] :: meteorology
meteorum {n} :: meteor
methanum {n} [organic compound] :: methane
methodicus {adj} :: methodical
methodos {f} :: alternative form of methodus
methodus {f} :: method
methodus {f} :: way of teaching
Methone {prop} {f} :: A town of Messenia famous for its excellent harbour
Methone {prop} {f} :: A town of Thessaly
Methydrium {prop} {n} :: A town of Arcadia, situated near Megalopolis
methysticus {adj} [New Latin] :: That produces drunkenness
meticulosus {adj} :: full of fear, fearful, timid
meticulosus {adj} :: frightful, terrible
metiens {v} :: measuring, estimating
metiens {v} :: distributing
metiens {v} :: traversing
Metilius {prop} {m} :: a Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name" famously held by:
Metilius {prop} {m} :: Publius Metilius Nepos, a Roman senator
Metilius {adj} :: of or pertaining to the gens Metilia
Metina {prop} {f} :: An island situated at the mouth of the Rhodanus
metior {v} :: I measure or estimate
metior {v} :: I distribute or mete out
metior {v} :: I traverse
metitus {v} :: measured, estimated
metitus {v} :: distributed
meto {v} :: I reap, harvest
meto {v} :: I cut, crop or snip off
meto {v} :: I cut through, sever
meto {v} :: I mow down, cut down (in battle)
metodus {f} :: medieval spelling of methodus
metoecus {m} :: a stranger dwelling in a city without citizenship
metor {v} :: I measure, mete or mark out
metreta {f} :: metrete
metreta {f} :: tun, cask
metreta {f} [unit of weight] :: metric ton
-metria {suffix} :: -metry
metrica {f} [New Latin] :: metrics
metricus {adj} :: metrical (of or pertaining to measurement)
metricus {adj} [poetry] :: metric, metrical (of or pertaining to poetic metre)
metricus {adj} [New Latin] :: metric (of or pertaining to the metric system)
metrocomia {f} :: A mother-village (from which other villages have derived their inhabitants)
metropolis {f} :: metropolis
metropolitanus {adj} :: metropolitan
metrum {n} :: a measure
metrum cubicum {n} :: cubic meter
Mettius {prop} {m} :: a Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name" famously held by:
Mettius {prop} {m} :: Marcus Mettius, a legate of Caesar
Metubarbis {prop} {f} :: An island situated in the river Sava
metuendus {v} :: which is to be feared
metuens {v} :: fearing
metuo {v} :: I fear, am afraid
metus {m} :: fear, dread
metus {m} :: anxiety, awe
metuturus {v} :: about to fear
metutus {v} :: feared
meum {n} :: an umbelliferous plant, Meum athamanticum
meus {pron} [possessive] :: my, mine
Mevania {prop} {f} :: A city in Umbria, the modern Bevagna
Mexicanensis {adj} [New Latin] :: of or pertaining to Mexico; Mexican
mexicanus {adj} :: Mexican; from or pertaining to Mexico
Mexicum {prop} {n} :: Mexico
Mezentius {prop} {m} [Roman mythology] :: The king of Caere and ally of Turnus
mica {f} :: crumb, morsel, grain
mica {f} [New Latin] :: mica (mineral)
micans {v} :: vibrating; twinkling; trembling
miccio {vi} [of bucks] :: I bleat
Mich. {prop} {m} :: abbreviation of Michaeas (Book of Micah)
Michaeas {prop} {m} :: Micah (prophet)
Michaeas {prop} {m} :: Book of Micah
Michael {prop} {m} :: given name: Michael
Michael {prop} {m} :: the Archangel Michael
Michaelium {prop} {n} :: the church of St. Michael
Michahel {prop} {m} :: alternative spelling of Michael
Michas {prop} {m} :: Micah, Michas (Ephraimite featured in Judg. 17–18)
michi {pron} [Medieval Latin, New Latin] :: alternative form of mihi
michiganensis {adj} :: Michigan (attributive)
micidus {adj} :: thin, poor
Micipsa {prop} {m} :: A king of Numidia and son of Masinissa
mico {v} :: I vibrate, quiver
mico {v} :: I twinkle, glitter
mico {v} :: I tremble
mico {v} :: I beat (of the pulse)
micrantha {adj} :: Having very small anthers
microcarpus {adj} :: small-fruited
microcephalus {adj} :: having very small head
microcosmus {m} :: microcosm; a little world in miniature
microdon {adj} :: alternative form of microdontus
microdontus {adj} :: small-toothed
microlepis {adj} :: having small scales
Micronesia {prop} {f} [New Latin] :: Micronesia
microphyllus {adj} :: having very small leaves; microphyllous
microps {adj} :: having small eyes
micropterus {adj} :: small-winged
microscopium {n} :: (Late Latin): a microscope
microtympanum {noun} [New Latin] :: Very small tympanum (hearing organ) (normally used attributively in taxonomic names)
micturus {v} :: about to urinate
mictus {v} :: Which is to be urinated (pissed away)
Mieza {prop} {f} :: An ancient city of Macedonia, whose exact location is still unknown
migale {n} :: A small rodent or similar animal
migma {n} :: mixture
migma {n} :: maslin
migrandus {v} :: which is to be migrated
migrans {v} :: migrating, departing to another place
migrans {v} [figuratively] :: going away, changing
migrans {v} :: carrying off, transporting
migrans {v} :: transgressing, violating
migratio {f} :: move (change of dwelling)
migratio {f} :: migration
migratorius {adj} :: migratory
migraturus {v} :: about to migrate
migratus {v} :: migrated, departed
migratus {v} [figuratively] :: gone away, having been changed
migratus {v} :: carried off, transported, having been carried off
migratus {v} :: transgressed, violated, having been transgressed
migro {v} :: I migrate, depart to another place
migro {v} [figuratively] :: I go away, change
migro {v} :: I carry off, transport
migro {v} :: I transgress, violate
mihi {pron} :: Dative form of ego, indirect object form
mihimet {pron} :: to myself
mihi nomen est {phrase} :: my name is
mileon {n} :: an unknown kind of plant
miles {m} [military] :: A soldier
miles {m} :: A man in boardgames such as ludus latrunculi and chess
miles gregarius {m} :: [in ancient Rome] A common soldier; soldier of the ranks
Miletus {prop} {f} :: Miletus
Milevum {prop} {n} :: a town of Numidia situated near Cirta
miliaceus {adj} [attributive] :: millet
miliarium {n} :: alternative form of mīlliārium
miliarius {adj} :: of or pertaining to millet
miliarius {noun} :: alternative form of mīlliārius
Milichie {prop} {f} :: A fountain in Syracusae
miliens {adv} :: alternative form of millies
milies {adv} :: a thousand times
milifolium {n} :: A plant, yarrow (Achillea millefolium)
militans {v} :: being a soldier; serving in the military
militans {v} :: serving as a functionary
militaris {adj} :: Of a soldier or the military; martial
militaris {adj} :: Of or pertaining to war
militaris {adj} :: Warlike
militaris {adj} [substantive] :: Military ensigns
militatus {v} :: having been served, in a military sense.
militia {f} :: military service
militia {f} :: the military, army, soldiery
militia {f} :: warfare, war, campaign
militia {f} :: civil service, profession, employment
militia {f} [figuratively] :: military spirit, courage, bravery
milito {v} :: I am a soldier, I act as a soldier
milito {v} :: I wage war
milium {n} :: millet
mille {adj} :: innumerable, a vast number
mille {num} [cardinal] :: thousand; 1000
mille {n} :: mile, particularly a Roman mile of 8 stades (stadia); 1,000 paces (passūs); or 5,000 feet (pedes)
milleformis {adj} :: Having a thousand forms
millenarius {adj} :: containing a thousand
milleni {num} [distributive] :: one thousand each; one thousand at a time
millennium {n} :: millennium
mille passus {n} :: a Roman mile of 8 stadia (stades); 1,000 passūs (paces); or 5,000 pedēs (feet), approximately 4,854 English feet
mille passuum {n} :: alternative form of mīlle passūs
millesimus {num} [ordinal] :: thousandth
milliarium {n} :: milestone
milliarium {n} :: column resembling a milestone
milliarius {adj} :: containing or comprising a thousand
milliarius {adj} :: a thousand paces long
milliens {adv} :: alternative form of millies
millies {adv} :: a thousand times
milliformis {adj} :: alternative form of millefōrmis
Milo {m} :: a cognomen
Milphidippa {prop} {f} :: given name, character in the play Miles Gloriosus of Plautus (a maid-servant)
Milphio {prop} {m} :: given name, character in the play Poenulus of Plautus
Miltiades {prop} {m} :: a celebrated Greek general, victor in the battle of Marathon
miltos {m} :: red lead, minium
milvius {adj} :: alternative form of mulvius
milvus {m} :: kite (bird)
milvus {m} :: gurnard (fish)
mima {f} :: mime actress
mimicus {adj} :: mimic
mimula {f} :: little actress or mime (female)
mimus {m} :: mime
mimus {m} :: mime actor (male)
mina {f} :: A Greek weight equal to 100 drachmas
mina {f} :: A Greek silver coin equal to 100 drachmas
mina {fp} :: projecting points, pinnacles, battlements, parapets
mina {fp} [figuratively] :: threats, menaces
minacissime {adv} :: superlative of mināciter
minaciter {adv} :: threateningly, menacingly
minacius {adv} :: comparative of mināciter
minandus {v} :: which is to be driven
minans {v} :: protruding, projecting
minans {v} :: threatening, menacing
minatio {f} :: a threatening
minatorius {adj} :: threatening
minaturus {v} :: about to drive
minatus {v} :: driven
minax {adj} :: projecting, overhanging (jutting out)
minax {adj} :: threatening, menacing
Mincius {prop} {m} :: One of the most important rivers of Gallia Cisalpina that flows into the Padus, now the Mincio
mindanaoensis {adj} :: Mindanao (attributive)
mindanensis {adj} :: Mindanao (attributive)
Mindarus {prop} {m} :: A Spartan admiral killed during the Peloponnesian War
mindorensis {adj} :: Mindoro (attributive)
minera {f} :: mine (explosive)
minerale {n} [Medieval Latin] :: mineral, ore, mine
mineralis {adj} [Medieval Latin] :: mineral
mineralogia {f} [New Latin] :: mineralogy
Minerva {prop} {f} :: Minerva, goddess of wisdom
mingens {v} :: urinating
mingo {v} :: I urinate
-mini {suffix} :: second person plural passive ending
miniatus {adj} :: vermilion, scarlet (colour of cinnabar or red lead)
minibicornis {adj} [New Latin] :: Having two small horns or prongs
Minidius {prop} {m} :: a Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name" famously held by:
Minidius {prop} {m} :: Marcus Minidius, a Roman merchant
minima {f} [music] :: minim [British], half note [US],
minime {adv} :: superlative of parum; least of all; very little
minime {adv} :: not at all, not in the least, by no means
minimus {adj} :: least, smallest
minister {m} :: attendant, servant, waiter
minister {m} :: agent, aide
minister {m} :: accomplice
ministerium {n} :: ministry (office of a minister)
ministerium {n} :: employment, ministration
ministrans {v} :: attending; waiting upon, especially at table
ministrans {v} :: managing, governing
ministratio {f} :: service, assistance
ministratus {v} :: attended, waited upon, having been waited upon
ministratus {v} :: managed, governed, having been taken care of
ministratus {v} :: done, executed, having been carried out
ministro {v} :: I attend, wait upon, especially at table
ministro {v} :: I manage, govern, take care of
ministro {v} :: I do, execute, carry out
minitabundus {adj} :: threatening
minitans {v} :: threatening
minitaturus {v} :: about to threaten
minitatus {v} :: threatened
minitor {v} :: I threaten
minium {n} :: native cinnabar
minium {n} :: red-lead, minium
Minius {prop} {m} :: A river in Gallaecia, now the Minho river (Miño)
Minnodunum {prop} {n} :: A town of Gallia Belgica, now Moudon
mino {v} :: I drive (animals)
mino {v} :: I impel
mino {v} :: I threaten
minor {adj} :: comparative of parvus; lesser, inferior, smaller
minor {m} :: subordinate
minor {m} [in the plural] :: descendants
minor {v} :: I jut forth, protrude, project
minor {v} [with dative] :: I threaten, menace someone with something
minorans {v} :: reducing, diminishing
minoratio {f} :: reduction, diminution
minoratio {f} :: abasement
minoratus {v} :: reduced, diminished
minoritas {f} :: minority (age)
minoro {v} [Late Latin] :: I reduce or diminish (make smaller)
Minthe {prop} {f} :: A mountain of Triphylia and seat of the worship of Hades
mintrio {vi} [of mice] :: I squeak
Minturnae {prop} {fp} :: A city of Latium, situated on the right bank of the Liris, now Minturno
Minucius {prop} {m} :: a Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name" famously held by:
Minucius {prop} {m} :: Marcus Minucius Rufus, a Roman consul
Minucius {prop} {m} :: Marcus Minucius Augurinus, a Roman politician
Minucius {adj} :: of or pertaining to the gens Minucia
minuendus {v} :: which is to be lessened or diminished
minuens {v} :: lessening, diminishing
minume {adv} :: alternative form of minime
minuo {v} :: I make smaller, lessen, diminish
minus {adv} :: comparative of paulum
minusculus {adj} :: rather less
minusculus {adj} :: rather small
minutal {n} :: minced meat
minutal {n} :: (especially in plural) trifles (petty things)
minutatim {adv} :: little by little, piecemeal
minutatim {adv} :: gradually
minutatim {adv} :: singly, one by one
minutia {f} :: smallness, fineness, minuteness
minutim {adv} :: minutely; in little pieces
minutior {adj} :: smaller, more insignificant or reduced
minutissimus {adj} :: smallest, most or very insignificant or reduced
minutus {v} :: diminished, having been diminished
minutus {adj} :: small, little
minutus {adj} :: petty, mediocre, commonplace
minyas {m} :: A plant (of unknown kind)
Miphiboseth {prop} {m} [Bible] :: Mephibosheth
mirabile {n} :: miracle
mirabilis {adj} :: wonderful, marvelous, astonishing, extraordinary
mirabilis {adj} :: glorious
mirabilis {adj} :: miraculous
mirabilissime {adv} :: superlative of mīrābiliter
mirabiliter {adv} :: wonderfully, marvellously, extraordinarily, admirably
mirabiliter {adv} :: strangely, singularly
mirabilius {adv} :: comparative of mīrābiliter
mirabundus {adj} :: wondering, astonished, full of wonder or astonishment
miraculum {n} :: wonder, marvel, miracle; a wonderful, strange or marvellous thing
miraculum {n} :: wonderfulness, marvellousness
Miramomelinus {m} [Medieval Latin] :: a caliphal title used to denote legitimacy in the Muslim community
mirandicus {adj} :: Mirandese
mirandus {v} :: which is to be wondered or marvelled at
mirans {v} :: wondering, marvelling (at)
miratio {f} :: wonder, admiration
miratus {v} :: astonished, amazed
miratus {v} :: admired, honorer, respected
mirifico {v} [Late Latin] :: I exalt, magnify
mirificus {adj} :: wonderful, amazing, miraculous
mirio {m} :: A singularly or defectively formed person
mirio {m} :: A wonderer, admirer
mirissimus {adj} :: most or very wonderful
mirmillo {m} :: A kind of gladiator, known for wearing a Gallic helmet with the image of a fish
miro {v} :: I wonder or marvel (at)
miror {vt} :: I am astonished at, marvel at, admire, am amazed at, wonder at
Miroslaus {prop} {m} :: given name cognate to Miroslav
mirus {adj} :: wonderful, marvelous, amazing, surprising, awesome
Misargyrides {prop} {m} :: given name, character in the play Mostellaria of Plautus
miscellaneus {adj} :: mixed, miscellaneous, assorted, sundry
miscellus {adj} :: mixed, miscellaneous, assorted, sundry; hybrid
miscendus {v} :: which is to be mixed
miscens {v} :: mixing
misceo {v} :: I mix
misceo {v} [poetic] :: I confuse
miscix {adj} :: changeable, inconstant
misellus {adj} :: poor, wretched
Misenum {prop} {n} :: A promontory and town of Campania, famous for being the station of the Roman fleet
miser {adj} :: poor, wretched, pitiful
miser {adj} :: miserable, unhappy
miser {adj} :: worthless, null
miser {adj} :: tragic, unfortunate
miser {adj} :: sick
miser {adj} :: tormenting
miserabilior {adj} :: sadder, more miserable, deplorable, etc
miserabilis {adj} :: pitiable, miserable, deplorable, lamentable, wretched, sad
miserandus {v} :: which is to be lamented
miserandus {v} :: lamentable, pitiable, deplorable
miserans {v} :: lamenting, bewailing, deploring
miserans {v} :: pitying
miseratio {f} :: pity, compassion, commiseration
miseraturus {v} :: about to lament
miseratus {v} :: lamented
miseratus {v} :: pitied
miserens {v} :: lamenting, bewailing, deploring
miserens {v} :: pitying
misereo {v} :: I lament, bewail or deplore
misereo {v} :: I pity or feel sorry for
misereor {v} :: I feel pity, I pity
misereor {v} :: I have compassion, feel compassionate
misereor {v} :: I commiserate
miseret {v} :: it distresses me; I feel sorry for
miseria {f} :: misfortune
miseria {f} :: misery, distress
misericordia {f} :: pity, compassion, mercy, lovingkindness
misericordia {f} [figuratively] :: wretchedness, misery; pathos
misericordior {adj} :: more merciful etc
misericors {adj} :: merciful, compassionate
misericors {adj} :: tenderhearted
misericors {adj} :: mean, pitiful, contemptible
miserior {adj} :: poorer
miserior {adj} :: more wretched, miserable etc
miserissime {adv} :: superlative of miseriter
miseriter {adv} :: wretchedly
miseriter {adv} :: miserably
miseriter {adv} :: worthlessly
miseriter {adv} :: tragically
miseritudo {f} :: misery, wretchedness
miseritudo {f} :: pity, compassion
miseritus {v} :: lamented, deplored
miseritus {v} :: pitied
misero {v} :: alternative form of miseror
miseror {v} :: I lament, bewail or deplore
miseror {v} :: I have pity or mercy, feel sorry for
miserrimus {adj} :: most or very poor, miserable etc
misertus {v} :: lamented, deplored
misertus {v} :: pitied
Misio {prop} {m} :: A river of Picenum, now the river Musone
Mislauus {prop} {m} :: given name cognate to Mislav
missa {f} [Ecclesiastical Latin] :: Mass; Christian eucharistic liturgy
missaticum {n} [Late Latin] :: message
missilis {adj} :: That may be thrown
missilium {n} [New Latin] :: missile
missio {f} :: sending, mission
missio {f} :: dismissal
missio {f} [military] :: discharge
missio {f} :: quarter, mercy
missionalis {adj} :: mission, missionary (attributive)
missionarius {adj} :: missionary (attributive)
missurus {v} :: about to send, about to cause to go
missurus {v} :: about to let go, about to release, about to discharge
missurus {v} :: about to throw, about to hurl, about to cast, about to launch
missurus {v} :: about to send out, about to emit
missurus {v} :: about to utter a sound
missurus {v} :: about to dismiss, about to disregard
missurus {v} :: about to put an end to
missus {v} :: sent, having been sent, caused to go, having been caused to go
missus {v} :: let go, having been let go, released, having been released, discharged, having been discharged
missus {v} :: thrown, having been thrown, hurled, having been hurled, cast, having been cast, launched, having been launched
missus {v} :: sent out, having been sent out, emitted, having been emitted
missus {v} :: uttered, having been uttered
missus {v} :: dismissed, having been dismissed, disregarded, having been disregarded
missus {v} :: put to an end, having been put to an end
mistio {f} :: the act of mixing
mistio {f} :: a mixture
mistura {f} :: mixing
mistura {f} :: mixture
mistura {f} :: copulation
misturus {v} :: about to mix
mistus {v} :: mixed
Misua {prop} {f} :: A town of Africa mentioned by Pliny
mitesco {v} :: I become mild or mellow
mitesco {v} :: I ripen (of fruits)
Mithras {prop} {m} :: A Roman god, cult figure of the 2nd–4th century Roman mystery religion known as the "Mysteries of Mithras" (now colloquially Mithraism)
mithrax {m} :: A Persian gem, perhaps the opal
Mithridates {prop} {m} :: Mithridates
mitigandus {v} :: which is to be softened
mitigans {vt} :: softening, ripening, making tender
mitigans {v} :: mitigating, making mild, pacifying
mitigatio {f} :: softening, soothing
mitigatio {f} :: mitigating, mitigation
mitigaturus {v} :: about to soften
mitigatus {v} :: softened, ripened, having been made tender
mitigatus {v} :: mitigated, pacified, having been made mild
mitigo {v} :: I make soft, ripe, or tender
mitigo {v} :: I mitigate, make mild, pacify
mitilo {vi} [of larks] :: I cry
mitior {adj} :: milder, mellower etc
mitis {adj} :: Mild, mellow, mature, ripe; sweet, juicy, succulent
mitis {adj} [of the soil] :: Light, fruitful, mellow
mitis {adj} [of a river] :: Calm, gentle, placid
mitis {adj} [of the weather] :: Peaceful, pleasant, clement, calm
mitis {adj} [figuratively] :: Soft, tolerable, meek, peaceful, gentle, mild
mitissimus {adj} :: mildest or very mild etc
mitissimus {adj} :: calmest or very calm etc
mitra {f} :: turban
mitra {f} :: mitre
mittendus {v} :: which is to be sent, which is to be caused to go
mittendus {v} :: which is to be let go, which is to be released, which is to be discharged
mittendus {v} :: which is to be thrown, which is to be hurled, which is to be cast, which is to be launched
mittendus {v} :: which is to be sent out, which is to be emitted
mittendus {v} :: which is to be uttered
mittendus {v} :: which is to be dismissed, which is to be disregarded
mittendus {v} :: which is to be put to an end
mittens {v} :: sending, causing to go
mittens {v} :: letting go, releasing, discharging
mittens {v} :: throwing, hurling, casting, launching
mittens {v} :: sending out, emitting
mittens {v} :: uttering a sound
mittens {v} :: dismissing, disregarding
mittens {v} :: putting an end to
mitto {v} :: I send, cause to go, let go, release, discharge
mitto {v} :: I put out, extend, reach out (my hand)
mitto {v} :: I announce, tell, report, send word, advise
mitto {v} :: I yield, furnish, produce, export
mitto {v} :: I put an end to
mitto {v} :: I let or bring out, put or send forth, send out, emit; let blood, bleed; utter a sound, speak, say
mitto {v} :: I throw, hurl, cast, launch, send; throw down, sprinkle
mitto {v} :: I attend, guide, escort
mitto {v} :: I dismiss, disregard
mixticius {adj} [Late Latin] :: of mixed race; mixed-blood; half-breed
mixtio {f} :: alternative form of mistio
mixtura {f} :: mixture, mixing
mixturus {v} :: about to mix
mixtus {v} :: mixed, having been mixed
mna {f} :: A Greek weight equivalent to that of 100 silver drachmas; roughly a pound
mnemosynum {n} :: a keepsake, souvenir, or memorial
Mnesilochus {prop} {m} :: given name, character in the play Bacchides of Plautus; also a character in Thesmophoriazusae by Aristophanes
Mnevis {prop} {m} [religion] :: Mnevis, a bull-shaped aspect of the god Atum-Ra venerated in Heliopolis
moabites {m} :: Moabite man
moabitis {f} :: Moabite woman
mobilia {np} :: movable goods, chattels
mobilior {adj} :: looser
mobilior {adj} :: more pliant
mobilior {adj} :: more fickle
mobilis {adj} :: movable, loose
mobilis {adj} :: pliant, flexible
mobilis {adj} :: fickle, inconstant
mobilissime {adv} :: superlative of mōbiliter
mobilitas {f} :: mobility, activity, speed, rapidity, quickness
mobilitas {f} :: changeableness, fickleness, inconstancy
mobiliter {adv} :: movably
mobiliter {adv} :: flexibly
mobiliter {adv} :: inconstantly
mobilius {adv} :: comparative of mōbiliter
modalis {adj} :: pertaining to a mode
moderans {v} :: controlling, checking
moderans {v} :: slowing down
moderatio {f} :: moderation
moderatio {f} :: self-control
moderatio {f} :: guidance
moderatio {f} :: government, regulation
moderatior {adj} :: more moderate etc
moderatissimus {adj} :: most or very controlled, restrained etc
moderator {m} :: manager, ruler, governor, director
moderator {m} :: moderator
moderatrix {f} :: controller, manager, director (female); mistress (female master)
moderatus {v} :: mitigated, managed, controlled, moderated
moderatus {adj} :: moderate, restrained, temperate, sober
Moderatus {prop} {m} :: given name
modernus {adj} :: modern
modero {v} :: alternative form of moderor (“mitigate”; “manage”)
moderor {v} :: I set a measure or bounds to; moderate, mitigate, restrain, allay, qualify
moderor {v} [by extension] :: I manage, arrange, regulate, rule, guide, govern, direct, control
Modesta {prop} :: given name, female variant of Modestus
modeste {adv} :: moderately, temperately, discreetly, modestly
modestia {f} :: moderation
modestia {f} :: modesty
modestior {adj} :: calmer, milder
modestior {adj} :: more moderate etc
modestissime {adv} :: superlative of modeste
modestissimus {adj} :: most or very moderate etc
modestissimus {adj} :: most or very modest etc
modestius {adv} :: comparative of modeste
modestus {adj} :: moderate, calm, restrained, mild
modestus {adj} :: modest, reserved, discreet
Modestus {prop} :: given name, male variant of Modesta
modialis {adj} :: relating to a peck (measure)
modicum {n} :: a little, a small amount
modicus {adj} :: moderate
modicus {adj} :: temperate, restrained
modicus {adj} :: reasonable
modificatio {f} :: measuring
modificatio {f} :: measure
modificatus {v} :: measured
modificatus {v} :: melodious
modifico {vi} :: I limit
modifico {vt} :: I control, regulate
modius {m} [historical units of measure] :: modius, a unit of dry measure (especially for grain) of about a peck or 9 L
Modius {prop} {m} :: a Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name" famously held by:
Modius {prop} {m} :: Modius Julius, a Roman governor
modo {adv} :: just, only
modo {adv} :: recently, just now
modo {adv} :: presently
modulans {v} :: measuring
modulaturus {v} :: about to measure
modulatus {v} :: measured
modulor {v} :: I measure
modulor {v} :: I regulate
modulor {v} :: I beat time
modulor {v} :: I modulate
modulus {m} :: a small measure or interval
modulus {m} [architecture] :: a module
modulus {m} [aqueducts] :: a water meter
modulus {m} [music] :: a rhythmical measure, interval, rhythm, mode, time
modus {m} :: measure
modus {m} :: bound, limit
modus {m} :: manner, method, way
modus {m} [grammar] :: mood, mode
moecha {f} [slang] :: an adulteress, a slut, a whore
moechatus {v} :: committed adultery
moechia {f} :: adultery
moechor {v} :: I commit adultery
moechus {m} :: fornicator
moechus {m} :: adulterer
moenia {np} :: city walls, fortifications
Moenis {prop} {m} :: The river Main
moerens {v} :: alternative form of maerens
moereo {v} :: alternative form of maereo
Moesi {prop} {mp} :: A Daco-Thracian tribe who inhabited present-day Serbia and Bulgaria, part of the then Roman province of Moesia
Moesia {prop} {f} :: Moesia
moestitudo {f} :: alternative form of maestitudo
moestus {adj} :: sad, unhappy
moestus {adj} :: mournful, gloomy
moestus {adj} :: stern, grim
Mogontiacum {prop} {n} :: Mainz (city in modern Germany)
Moguntiacum {prop} {n} :: alt form Mogontiacum
mola {f} :: millstone
mola {f} [especially plural] :: mill
mola {f} :: ground meal
molaris {m} :: millstone
molaris {m} :: molar (tooth)
molarius {adj} :: of or belonging to a mill or to grinding
Moldavia {prop} {f} [New Latin] :: Moldova
molecola {f} [New Latin] :: alternative form of molecula
molecula {f} [New Latin, chemistry] :: molecule
molendinum {n} :: A milling-place, mill, mill-house
molens {v} :: grinding
molens {v} :: milling
moles {f} :: mass (of material)
moles {f} :: rock, boulder
moles {f} :: heap, pile
moles {f} :: mole, jetty
molestia {f} :: trouble, troublesomeness, irksomeness
molestia {f} :: uneasiness, annoyance
molestia {f} :: molestation
molestia {f} :: vexation, disgust, dislike
molestior {adj} :: more troublesome etc
molestissimus {adj} :: most or very troublesome, irksome, grievous, annoying, tiresome
molestus {adj} :: troublesome, irksome, grievous, annoying, tiresome
moliens {v} :: striving
molile {n} :: The drawing ropes or traces of an ass in a mill
molimentum {n} :: exertion, effort, endeavour
molinarius {m} :: A miller
molinum {n} [Late Latin] :: a mill
molinus {adj} [Late Latin, Ecclesiastical Latin] :: mill (attributive)
molio {v} [post-Augustinian] :: I build, erect
molio {v} :: I set in motion, start
molior {v} :: I strive, endeavor, work at
molior {v} :: I rouse, bestir
molior {v} :: I erect, construct
molior {v} [figuratively] :: I undertake, attempt, stir up
molischianus {adj} :: Relating to Austrian botanist Hans Molisch
molitio {f} :: grinding, milling
moliturus {v} :: about to strive
molitus {v} :: endeavoured
molitus {v} :: roused
molitus {v} :: erected
molitus {v} :: ground or milled
molle {n} :: softness, smoothness
mollesco {v} :: I become soft; I soften
mollesco {v} [figuratively] :: I become mild, gentle
mollesco {v} [figuratively] :: I become effeminate, unmanly
mollestra {f} :: A sheep's felt for wiping helmets
mollicellus {adj} [poetic] :: soft, tender, delicate
mollicia {f} :: alternative form of mollitia
mollicina {f} :: a kind of soft garment
mollicomus {adj} [Late Latin] :: soft-haired
molliculus {adj} :: soft, tender, delicate
molliculus {adj} :: voluptuous
mollio {v} :: I soften
mollio {v} :: I make calm, moderate, mitigate
mollio {v} [figuratively] :: I make unmanly or effeminate
mollior {adj} :: softer, milder, weaker etc
mollipes {adj} [poetic] :: soft-footed
mollis {adj} :: soft, delicate to the touch
mollis {adj} :: pliant, flexible, supple
mollis {adj} :: mild, tender
mollis {adj} :: tender, weak
mollis {adj} [New Latin] :: Used as a species epithet
mollissime {adv} :: superlative of molliter
mollissimus {adj} :: softest, mildest, weakest etc
molliter {adv} :: softly, gently, easily, agreeably
molliter {adv} :: calmly, patiently, sensitively
mollitia {f} :: pliability, flexibility, suppleness
mollitia {f} :: softness, tenderness, weakness, irresolution
mollities {f} :: pliability, flexibility, suppleness
mollities {f} :: softness
mollitorius {adj} :: emollient, softening
mollitudo {f} :: suppleness, flexibility
mollitudo {f} :: softness, susceptibility, weakness
mollitus {v} :: softened, having been softened
mollitus {v} :: calmed, moderated, having been mitigated
mollitus {v} [figuratively] :: having been made unmanly or effeminate
mollius {adv} :: comparative of molliter
mollugo {f} :: A plant similar to lappago
mollusca {f} :: a kind of soft nut with a thin shell
molluscum {n} :: a kind of fungus that grows on the maple tree
molluscus {adj} :: soft
molo {v} :: I grind or mill
molochitis {m} :: An Arabian gem of the color of mallows, perhaps malachite
Molossi {prop} {mp} :: An ancient Greek tribe who inhabited the region of Epirus
molossus {m} :: A molosser dog
molossus {m} [poetry] :: A metrical foot ( - - - )
molto {m} [Medieval Latin] :: wether
moluccanus {adj} :: Moluccan
moluccensis {adj} :: Moluccas (attributive)
molucrum {n} :: A broom for sweeping out a mill
molucrum {n} :: A handle for turning a mill
molucrum {n} :: A mooncalf (abnormal mass within the uterus)
molybdaenum {n} :: molybdenum (chemical element 42)
Molycria {prop} {f} :: a town of Aetolia situated near the coast
momentaneus {adj} :: short, brief (duration), momentary
momentarius {adj} :: brief, momentary, quick; instantaneous
momentosus {adj} :: momentary
momentum {n} :: movement, motion, impulse; course
momentum {n} :: change, revolution, movement, disturbance
momentum {n} :: particle, part, point
momentum {n} [of time] :: brief space, moment, short time
momentum {n} :: cause, circumstance; weight, influence, moment
momentum {n} :: importance
momentum {n} [New Latin, physics] :: momentum
momerium {n} :: an affront, an insult
Momonia {prop} {f} [Medieval Latin] :: Munster (province of Ireland)
Mona {prop} {f} :: The island of Anglesey
monacha {f} [Medieval Latin] :: nun (female member of a religious community)
monachium {n} :: a monastery
monachium {n} :: a cell
monachus {m} [Medieval Latin] :: monk (male member of a religious community)
monadicus {adj} [Late Latin] :: unitary (having the quality of oneness)
Monapia {prop} {f} :: The Isle of Man
monarchia {f} [Late Latin] :: monarchy (absolute rule)
monas {f} :: the number one; unity
monasterium {n} [Medieval Latin] :: monastery
monasterium {n} [Medieval Latin] :: cell; area used by a monk
monedula {f} :: jackdaw
monendus {v} :: which is to be warned, advised
monendus {v} :: which is to be reminded
monens {v} :: present active participle of moneō
moneo {v} :: I warn, advise
moneo {v} :: I remind
Monesi {prop} {mp} :: A tribe of Aquitania mentioned by Pliny
moneta {f} :: mint, a place for coining money
moneta {f} :: money, coinage
Mongolia {prop} {f} [New Latin] :: Mongolia
mongolicus {adj} :: Mongolian
mongoliensis {adj} :: Mongolia (attributive)
-monia {suffix} :: Forms abstract nouns from adjectives and possibly other roots
monile {n} :: necklace, collar
monile {n} [chiefly in the plural] :: jewel(s)
monilifer {adj} [New Latin] :: That bears a collar or necklace
moniliformis {adj} [New Latin] :: moniliform, characterized by or having a chain-like series of bumps, swellings, or joints; resembling beads on a string or necklace
moniliformis {adj} [New Latin] :: a specific epithet for several plants and fungi
monimentum {n} :: alternative form of monumentum
monitio {f} :: admonition, warning
monitio {f} :: advice, counsel
monitor {m} :: counselor, preceptor
monitor {m} :: prompter
moniturus {v} :: about to warn etc
monitus {v} :: advised, warned, having been advised
monitus {v} :: reminded, having been reminded
monitus {m} :: warning
monitus {m} :: advice
-monium {suffix} :: Forms collective nouns and nouns designating legal status or obligation from other nouns
monoceros {m} :: A unicorn
monoceros {m} [New Latin] :: Used attributively as a specific epithet; one-horned
monochordos {adj} :: with or of one string
monococcum {n} [New Latin] :: (having a) single berry (or similar part)
monocolus {adj} :: one-legged
monocrepis {adj} :: one-shoed
monoculus {m} [Late Latin] :: a one-eyed man
monocytus {m} [Contemporary Latin, rare] :: monocyte
monodicus {adj} :: unique
monodicus {adj} :: single
Monoecus {prop} {m} :: Monaco
Monogenes {prop} {m} [Late Latin, Valentinianism] :: an Aeon of the Decad, forming a syzygy with Macaria (in translation, glossed “Only-Begotten”)
monoides {adj} [Late Latin, Medieval Latin] :: having a single form, uniform
monomachia {f} :: duel (single combat)
monopolium {n} :: A right of exclusive sale in dealing or selling a thing
monopolium {n} :: a monopoly
monor {m} :: reminder
monor {m} :: advice
monor {m} :: warning
mons {m} :: mountain, mount
mons {m} [metonymically] :: towering mass, heap, great quantity
mons {m} [metonymically] :: mountain rock, rock (in general) [poetically]
mons {m} [metonymically] :: mountain beasts, wild beasts [Late Latin, poetically]
mons {m} [metonymically] :: [of that which is obtained from the mountains] marble, marble column
Mons Casinus {prop} {m} :: Monte Cassino (rocky hill near the town of Cassino, the site of the first Benedictine monastery)
Mons Cassinus {prop} {m} :: alternative spelling of Mōns Casīnus
Mons Oliveti {prop} :: the Mount of Olives
Mons super Zoma {prop} {m} [rare] :: synonym of Bercizōma
monstrans {v} :: showing, pointing out, indicating
monstrans {v} :: appointing, ordaining
monstrans {v} :: denouncing, indicting
monstrans {v} :: advising, teaching
monstratus {v} :: shown, pointed out, indicated, having been pointed out
monstratus {v} :: appointed, ordained, having been appointed
monstratus {v} :: denounced, indicted, having been denounced
monstratus {v} :: advised, taught, having been advised
monstriger {adj} :: monstrous, horrid, misshapen
monstro {v} :: I show, point out, indicate
monstro {v} :: I appoint, ordain
monstro {v} :: I denounce, indict
monstro {v} :: I advise, teach
monstrosus {adj} :: alternative form of monstruosus
monstrum {n} :: a divine omen indicating misfortune, an evil omen, portent
monstrum {n} [metonymically] :: a monster, monstrosity, whether in size or character
monstrum {n} [figuratively] :: a thing that evokes fear and wonder
monstruosus {adj} :: strange, preternatural, monstrous
montanensis {adj} :: Montanan
Montanianus {adj} :: Belonging to the orator Montānus
montaniosus {adj} [post-classical Latin] :: mountainous
montanus {adj} :: of or pertaining to a mountain, especially—
montanus {adj} :: situated among, or built in, the mountains
montanus {adj} :: dwelling in the mountains, mountaineer
montanus {adj} :: mountainous
Montanus {prop} {m} :: surname
montereyensis {adj} :: Monterey (attributive)
monticellus {noun} :: small mountain
monticola {mf} :: mountain dweller, mountaineer
monticulus {m} [Late Latin] :: small mountain, monticule
Montinus {prop} {m} :: mountain god, god of the mountains
montivagus {adj} :: mountain roaming, that wanders over mountains [mostly poetical]
montuosus {adj} :: mountainous, full of mountains
monumentum {n} :: reminder, memorial
monumentum {n} :: monument
monumentum {n} :: tomb, burial place
Monunius {prop} {m} :: A chief of the Dardani
Mopsium {prop} {n} :: A town and a hill of Thessaly
Mopsus {prop} {m} [Greek mythology] :: A legendary seer, son of Manto and rival of Calchas
mora {f} :: delay, or any duration of time
moralis {adj} :: Of or pertaining to manners, morals or ethics; moral
moralitas {f} :: manner, characteristics, character
moralitas {f} :: morality, morals
moraliter {adv} :: according to good customs; morally
morans {v} :: lingering, loitering
morans {v} :: delaying, hindering
moraturus {v} :: about to linger, delay
moratus {v} :: lingered, loitered
moratus {v} :: delayed, hindered
morbidus {adj} :: sickly, diseased
morbidus {adj} :: unwholesome
morbifer {adj} :: That brings disease
morbifico {v} :: I produce disease
Morbonia {prop} {f} :: alternative form of Morbōvia
Morbovia {prop} {f} [vulgar, in execrations] :: the land of disease, sickdom
morbus {m} [of the body or mind] :: A disease, sickness, disorder, distemper, ailment, illness, malady
morbus {m} [of the mind] :: A fault, vice, failing
morbus {m} [of the mind] :: Sorrow, grief, distress
morbus {m} :: death (prima morbi accessione, at the first approach of death)
mordax {adj} :: biting; snappish; tart
mordax {adj} :: cutting
mordax {adj} :: caustic
mordendus {v} :: which is to be gnawed, stung, eroded
mordens {v} :: gnawing, stinging, eroding
mordeo {v} :: I bite (into); nibble, gnaw
mordeo {v} :: I nip, sting
mordeo {v} :: I eat, consume, devour, erode
mordeo {v} :: I bite into, take hold of, press or cut into
mordeo {v} :: I hurt, pain, sting
mordeo {v} :: I squander, waste, dissipate
mordicus {adj} :: biting
mordicus {adv} :: using the teeth
mordicus {adv} :: tenaciously
more burgensium {phrase} :: In the manner of civil elections (e.g. as members of parliament etc. are elected)
morem gero {v} [figurative] :: I do what someone else wants
more suo {adv} :: In his or her own manner
moretum {n} :: A country dish composed of garlic, rue, vinegar and oil
Morgantia {prop} {f} :: A city of the interior of Sicily, situated near Catana
Morgantia {prop} {f} :: A city in Samnium, now Baselice
Morgetes {prop} {m} :: An ancient tribe among the earliest inhabitants of southern Italy
moribundus {adj} :: dying, moribund
moribundus {adj} :: fatal, mortal
Moridunum {prop} {n} :: A town of Britannia, probably Seaton or Hembury
moriendus {v} :: which is to be dead
moriens {v} :: dying
moriens {v} :: decaying, withering
morigerus {adj} :: compliant, obsequious, obedient
Morini {prop} {mp} :: A tribe of Gallia Belgica
morio {f} :: arrant fool
morio {f} :: monster (deformed person)
morior {v} :: I die
morior {v} :: I decay, wither
Moriseni {prop} {mp} :: A tribe mentioned by Pliny, settled on the coast of the Black Sea
morituri te salutant {phrase} :: Those who are about to die salute you! (Greeting from the gladiators to the Roman emperor)
moriturus {v} :: about to die
Morius {prop} {m} :: A river of Boeotia, rising near Chaeronea and flowing into the river Cephisus
mormorion {f} :: A kind of dark brown rock crystal
morochites {f} :: A kind of leek-colored precious stone
Morogi {prop} {mp} :: A tribe of Hispania Tarraconensis mentioned by Pliny
moror {v} :: I linger, loiter
moror {v} :: I delay, hinder
morosior {adj} :: more peevish etc
morosior {adj} :: more lingering
morosissimus {adj} :: most or very peevish etc
morosissimus {adj} :: most or very lingering
morositas {f} :: peevishness, fretfulness, moroseness, gloom, ill-humor, moodiness, morosity
morositas {f} :: niceness, pedantry, over-scrupulousness, too great nicety, captiousness, persnicketiness, over-refinement, purism
morositas {f} [Medieval Latin] :: procrastination
morosus {adj} :: peevish, wayward, capricious, difficult (to please)
morosus {adj} :: slow (in coming), lingering
morphnos {m} :: a kind of eagle
mors {f} :: death
mors {f} :: corpse
mors {f} :: annihilation
morsellum {n} [Medieval Latin] :: a small piece
morsico {v} :: I bite
morsico {v} :: I press my lips together (as in kissing)
morsum {n} :: a (little) piece, bit
morsurus {v} :: about to gnaw, sting, erode
morsus {v} :: bitten, eaten, devoured, consumed, having been bitten
morsus {v} [figuratively] :: stung, pained, hurt, bitten, having been stung
morsus {m} :: a bite, sting
morsus {m} [by extension] :: sharpness of flavor, sharp taste, pungency
morsus {m} [figuratively] :: pain, vexation, bite, sting
mortalis {adj} :: mortal (subject to death)
mortalitas {f} :: mortality
mortariolum {n} :: small mortar (for grinding drugs, spices etc)
mortarium {n} :: mortar (used with a pestle)
mortarium {n} :: large basin in which mortar (substance) is made
morticinus {adj} [of an animal] :: dead (that has died naturally); carrion (attributive)
mortifer {adj} :: deadly, fatal
mortificatio {f} :: killing, death
mortificatus {v} :: killed, mortified
mortificatus {v} :: destroyed
mortifico {v} :: I kill or mortify
mortifico {v} :: I destroy
mortuarium {n} [Medieval Latin] :: A receptacle for the dead; mortuary
mortuus {adj} :: dead, having died
mortuus {adj} :: decayed, withered
mortuus {adj} [figuratively] :: faint, overwhelmed
mortuus {m} :: a dead person, dead man
mortuus {m} :: a corpse, dead body
morum {n} :: The mulberry (fruit)
morus {f} :: the black mulberry tree
mos {m} :: manner, custom, way, usage, practice, habit
mos {m} :: humor, self-will, caprice
mos {m} :: conduct, behavior, character
mos {m} :: [transf.] quality, nature mode, fashion
mos {m} :: [transf.] precept, law, rule
Mos. {prop} {mf} :: abbreviation of Mosella
Mosa {prop} {m} :: the river Meuse
Mosae Traiectum {prop} {n} :: Maastricht
mosarabicus {adj} :: Mozarabic
moschatus {adj} :: musk (attributive)
Mosella {prop} {m} :: the River Moselle
Moses {prop} {m} :: Moses (pharaonic patriarch)
mos pro lege {phrase} :: custom for law; meaning that the usage that is customary has the force of being a law
mosquetum {n} [New Latin] :: musket
mossambicus {adj} [New Latin] :: Mozambique (attributive)
mos teutonicus {m} :: alternative case form of mos Teutonicus
mos Teutonicus {m} :: the medieval custom, common among Germans and some others who died in Muslim lands, of dismembering the body of a dead person, boiling the parts in water or wine to separate the flesh from the bones, and transporting the bones back to the person's homeland
motabilis {adj} :: moving (that moves)
motacilla {f} :: A kind of wagtail
motatio {f} :: motion
Mothris {f} :: A town of Mesopotamia on the Euphrates
motio {f} :: motion, movement
motio {f} :: shivering
motivus {adj} :: stirred
motivus {adj} :: moved
moto {v} :: I set in motion
moto {v} :: I keep moving
moturus {v} :: about to move, set in motion
moturus {v} :: about to disturb, shake
moturus {v} :: about to arouse, excite
motus {v} :: moved, stirred, disturbed, having been moved
motus {v} :: aroused, excited, begun, inspired, having been aroused
motus {v} :: troubled, concerned, tormented, having been troubled
motus {m} :: A movement, motion
motus {m} [by extension] :: An advance, progress
motus {m} [figuratively] :: A movement, operation, impulse, passion; disturbance; sensation
motus {m} [figuratively] :: A political movement, tumult, commotion, revolt, rebellion
Motyca {prop} {f} :: A town of the interior of Sicily, situated between Syracusae and Camarina, now Modica
movendus {v} :: which is to be moved, set in motion
movendus {v} :: which is to be disturbed, shaken
movendus {v} :: which is to be aroused, excited, inspired
movens {v} :: moving
movens {v} :: exciting, commencing
moveo {v} :: I move, stir, set in motion
moveo {v} :: I disturb, shake, remove
moveo {v} :: I arouse, excite, promote, produce
moveo {v} :: I begin, commence, undertake
moveo {v} :: I excite, inspire
moveo {v} :: I present or offer [an oblation or gift]
moveo {v} :: I trouble, concern, torment (someone)
moveo {v} :: I exert, exercise
moveo {v} [of plants] :: I put forth
movimentum {n} [Medieval Latin] :: movement
mox {adv} :: soon
mox {adv} :: (soon) afterwards
Moyses {prop} {m} :: alternative spelling of Mōsēs
Mozambicum {prop} {n} :: Mozambique
mozicia {f} :: A kind of chest or box
mp {n} :: abbreviation of mīlle passūs
m.p. {n} :: abbreviation of mīlle passūs
mucidus {adj} :: moldy, musty
mucidus {adj} :: sniveling
Mucius {prop} {m} :: a Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name" famously held by:
Mucius {prop} {m} :: Gaius Mucius Scaevola, a legendary Roman soldier
Mucius {adj} :: of or pertaining to the gens Mucia
mucor {m} :: bread-mold, moldiness
mucor {m} :: wine-must
mucosalis {adj} :: mucosal
mucosus {adj} [Late Latin] :: slimy
mucro {m} :: A sharp point, especially the point of a sword
mucro {m} [figuratively] :: A sword
mucro {m} :: A sharp edge
mucronatus {adj} :: pointed
muculentus {adj} [post-classical] :: full of mucus; sniveling
Mucuni {prop} {mp} :: A tribe of Mauritania mentioned by Ptolemy
mucus {m} :: mucus
mufrius {m} :: A charlatan
muger {m} :: A cheater in the game of dice
mugiens {v} :: mooing, lowing, bellowing
mugiens {v} :: roaring, rumbling, braying, groaning
mugil {m} :: mullet
mugio {v} :: I moo, low, bellow
mugio {v} [of inanimate things] :: I roar, rumble, bray, groan
mugitus {m} [of cattle] :: A lowing, mooing, bellowing
mugitus {m} [figuratively] :: A loud, deep or sustained noise; rumbling, roaring
Muisclavus {prop} {m} :: given name cognate to Mislav
mula {f} :: female mule, she-mule
mulcans {v} :: beating up, handling roughly
mulcans {v} [of inanimate things] :: damaging, injuring
mulcatus {v} :: beaten up, handled roughly, having been beaten up
mulcatus {v} [of inanimate things] :: damaged, injured, having been damaged
mulceo {v} :: I stroke, graze, touch or move lightly or gently
mulceo {v} :: I make sweet or pleasant
mulceo {v} [figuratively] :: I soothe, soften, appease; caress, charm, flatter, delight; alleviate, relieve, mitigate
Mulciber {prop} {m} :: Vulcan
mulco {v} :: I beat up, handle roughly
mulco {v} [of inanimate things] :: I damage, injure
mulcta {f} :: alternative spelling of multa
mulctra {f} :: milk-pail
mulctra {f} :: milk in a milk-pail
mulctrale {n} :: milking pail
mulctrum {n} :: milk-pail
Mulelacha {prop} {f} [geography] :: a promontory of Mauritania
Mulelacha {prop} {f} :: a town on this promontory
mulgens {v} :: milking
mulgens {v} :: extracting
mulgentia {f} [New Latin] :: milking (expression of milk from an animal; extraction of milk)
mulgeo {vt} :: I milk, extract
muliebris {adj} :: of a woman, womanly, feminine, female
muliebris {adj} [pejorative] :: effeminate, womanish, unmanly
muliebriter {adv} :: In a womanly or feminine manner
mulier {f} :: a woman, female
mulier {f} :: a wife
mulier {f} [figuratively] :: a coward, poltroon
mulierarius {adj} :: womanly
muliercula {f} :: little woman, common working girl
mulierositas {f} :: fondness for, or love of women
mulierosus {adj} :: fond of women
mulionius {adj} :: muleteer's (attributive)
mulleus {adj} :: of a red color
mullus {m} :: mullet
mulsa {f} :: mead
mulsum {n} :: honeyed wine
mulsura {f} :: a milking
mulsus {v} :: stroked, touched
mulsus {v} :: soothed
mulsus {v} :: delighted
mulsus {v} [Late Latin] :: mixed with honey; sweet as honey, honey-sweet
multa {f} :: fine, monetary penalty
multandus {v} :: which is to be punished
multangulior {adj} :: comparative of multangulus; more many-cornered
multangulissimus {adj} :: most many-cornered
multangulus {adj} :: many-cornered
multans {v} [legal] :: punishing, sentencing, fining
multatio {f} :: penalty, fine
multaturus {v} :: about to punish
multatus {v} [legal] :: punished, sentenced, fined, having been punished
multi {noun} :: many
multiangulum {n} :: polygon
multicius {adj} :: transparent, soft, splendid, said of garments
multicolor {adj} :: Of many colors, many-colored, multicolored, multicolor
multicolor {adj} [substantive] :: A multicolored garment
multidentatus {adj} [New Latin] :: multidentate
multifariam {adv} :: variously
multifarius {adj} :: manifold, various, multifarious
multifilius {m} [New Latin] :: many offspring (as a taxonomic epithet)
multiflorus {adj} :: having many-flowers
multiformis {adj} :: multiform
multiformis {adj} :: various, diverse, manifold
multigenus {adj} :: various (of many kinds)
multijugus {adj} :: yoked-together
multijugus {adj} :: manifold
multilineatus {adj} :: marked with multiple lines
multiloquium {n} :: loquaciousness
multinucleatus {adj} [New Latin] :: multinucleate, multinucleated
multiplex {adj} :: having many folds
multiplex {adj} :: manifold, numerous
multiplex {adj} :: complex
multiplicandus {v} :: which is to be increased, multiplied
multiplicans {v} :: increasing, augmenting
multiplicans {v} [mathematics] :: multiplying
multiplicatio {f} :: multiplication
multiplicativus {adj} :: increasing, multiplying
multiplicativus {adj} :: multiplicative
multiplicaturus {v} :: about to increase or multiply
multiplicatus {v} :: increased, augmented, having been increased
multiplicatus {v} [mathematics] :: multiplied, having been multiplied
multipliciter {adv} :: in many ways
multiplico {v} :: I increase, augment
multiplico {v} [mathematics] :: I multiply
multiplus {adj} :: multiple
multipunctatus {adj} [New Latin] :: multipunctate
multispinosus {adj} :: having multiple spines or thorns
multitudo {f} :: A great number; multitude, numerousness
multitudo {f} [of people] :: A great number of people, crowd, mob, throng, multitude
multivagus {adj} :: wandering widely or extensively
multivolus {adj} :: wishing or longing for many
multivorans {adj} [New Latin] :: devouring many things
multo {v} [legal] :: I punish; I sentence; I fine
multo {adv} :: by much, by far
multo {adv} :: a great deal, a lot of
multoties {adv} :: many times
multum {adv} :: much
multum {adv} :: very
multus {determiner} [singular] :: much
multus {determiner} [plural] :: many
Mulucha {prop} {f} :: A river of Mauritania, now the Moulouya
mulus {m} :: a mule (pack animal)
mulus {m} [pejorative] :: ass, idiot
mulvius {adj} :: Milvian, Mulvian; relating to Mulvius
Mulvius {prop} {m} :: a Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name"
Mulvius {adj} :: of or pertaining to the gens Mulvia
mumia {f} [medieval] :: mummy (embalmed corpse)
Mummius {prop} {m} :: a Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name" famously held by:
Mummius {prop} {m} :: Lucius Mummius Achaicus, a Roman consul
Mumonia {prop} {f} :: alternative spelling of Momōnia
Munatius {prop} {m} :: a Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name" famously held by:
Munatius {prop} {m} :: Lucius Munatius Plancus, a Roman consul
Munda {prop} {f} :: An ancient town in Hispania Baetica, famous for its battle
Munda {prop} {f} :: A river of Lusitania, now Mondego
mundans {v} :: cleaning, cleansing
mundanus {adj} :: worldly, mundane
mundanus {adj} :: cosmopolitan
mundatio {f} :: cleansing, cleaning
mundatus {v} :: cleaned, cleansed
mundiger {adj} :: world-bearing, sustaining the world
mundior {adj} :: cleaner; neater
mundior {adj} :: nicer, more elegant
mundissimus {adj} :: cleanest, most or very clean etc
munditer {adv} :: cleanly
munditia {f} :: cleanness, cleanliness
munditia {f} :: neatness, elegance, fineness
mundities {f} :: cleanness, elegance
mundivagus {adj} :: wandering in or around the world
mundo {v} :: I clean or cleanse
mundus {adj} :: clean, pure; neat
mundus {adj} :: nice, fine, elegant, sophisticated
mundus {adj} :: decorated, adorned
mundus {m} :: toilet ornaments, decorations, dress (of a woman)
mundus {m} :: implement
mundus {m} :: (= κόσμος) the universe, the world, esp. the heavens and the heavenly bodies
mundus {m} :: the inhabitants of the earth, mankind
mundus {m} :: (eccl. Lat.) the world as opposed to the church; this world, the realm of sin and death, as opposed to Christ's kingdom of holiness and life
munerabundus {adj} [post-classical] :: giving or bringing gifts
munerans {v} :: presenting, honoring (with), rewarding
muneratus {v} :: presented, honored (with), rewarded, having been rewarded
munero {v} :: I present; I honor (with), reward
munia {np} [plurale tantum] :: duties, functions
municeps {c} :: citizen (of a municipium)
municipalis {adj} :: municipal
municipatim {adv} :: As a municipality (municipium)
municipium {n} :: township
municipium {n} :: municipality, town
muniendus {v} :: which is to be fortified or secured
muniens {v} :: enclosing
muniens {v} :: fortifying, securing
munificens {adj} :: bountiful, liberal, benevolent, generous, munificent
munificentia {f} :: bountifulness, munificence, liberality, generosity, largesse
munificus {adj} :: bountiful, liberal, benevolent, generous, munificent
munimen {n} :: defence, fortification, rampart, enclosure
munimentum {n} [military] :: A defence or defense, fortification, protection; intrenchment; rampart, bulwark; fortress
munimentum {n} [figuratively] :: A shelter, defence, protection; safeguard
munio {v} :: I enclose (with a wall/fence)
munio {v} :: I fortify, defend, protect, secure or safeguard
munio {v} :: I build
munitio {f} :: a defending, fortifying, protecting
munitio {f} :: defence, fortification, rampart
munitio {f} :: a repairing of roads
munitio {f} [figuratively] :: a support for a cause
munitior {adj} :: more fortified or secured
munitissimus {adj} :: most heavily fortified
munitissimus {adj} :: most secure
munitiuncula {f} :: small fortification
muniturus {v} :: about to fortify
muniturus {v} :: about to protect
muniturus {v} :: about to defend
muniturus {v} :: about to guard
munitus {v} :: fortified, having been fortified; secured, having been secured; protected, having been protected
Muntimer {prop} {m} :: given name cognate to Muncimir
Muntimerus {prop} {m} :: given name cognate to Muncimir, Muntimir, Mutimir
munus {n} :: a service, office, employment
munus {n} :: a burden, duty, obligation
munus {n} :: a service, favor
munus {n} :: a spectacle, public show
munus {n} :: a gift
munusculum {n} :: small present, service or favour
muraena {f} :: alternative form of murena ("moray eel", "lamprey")
muralis {adj} :: wall (attributive, especially of city walls)
muratus {adj} :: walled
muratus {adj} :: surrounded by walls, defended by walls
murcus {m} :: a coward, who, to escape military service, cuts off his thumb
murena {f} :: The moray eel or the lamprey, eaten as food
murena {f} :: A black stripe, as found on the fish
Murena {prop} {m} :: a Roman cognomen famously held by:
Murena {prop} {m} :: Lucius Licinius Murena, a Roman consul
murenula {f} :: small necklace resembling an eel
murex {m} :: A shellfish used as a source of the dye Tyrian purple; the purple-fish
murex {m} :: The purple dye so produced
murex {m} :: A sharp murex shell used as a bridle bit
murex {m} :: A pointed rock or stone
murex {m} :: A caltrop
murex {m} :: An iron spike
Murgis {f} :: A city in Hispania Baetica
murgiso {m} :: A crafty advocate
muria {f} :: brine, salt liquor, pickling
muricatus {adj} :: having a pointed shape of a purple-fish
muricatus {adj} :: purple coloured
muricatus {adj} :: fearful, timid; as though walking across caltrops
muricatus {adj} :: rough with short, hard points; muricate
muricolus {adj} :: That inhabits or roosts in walls
muridarus {adj} [New Latin] :: murid / mouse (attributive)
murilegus {m} :: A cat, one who gathers mice
murinus {adj} :: mouse or rat (attributive); murine
murinus {adj} :: mousy
murinus {adj} :: grey (in colour similar to a mouse)
murmillo {m} :: alternative spelling of mirmillo
murmur {n} :: murmur, murmuring
murmur {n} :: humming, roaring, growling, grumbling
murmur {n} :: rushing, crashing
murmurabundus {adj} [post-classical] :: murmuring
murmurandus {v} :: which is to be murmured
murmurans {v} :: murmuring, muttering
murmuratio {f} :: murmuring, grumbling
murmurator {m} :: murmurer
murmuraturus {v} :: about to murmur
murmuratus {v} :: murmured, muttered, having been muttered
murmuro {vi} :: I murmur, mutter
murmuro {vt} :: I murmur or grumble at, complain of
murra {f} :: A stone (possibly agate) of which precious vessels were made
murra {f} :: myrrh (tree)
Murranus {prop} {m} [Roman mythology] :: A mythical king of the Latins
murratus {adj} :: Mingled, or anointed with myrrh
murrinus {adj} :: myrrh (attributive)
murrio {v} :: I squeak like a mouse
Mursa {prop} {f} :: an important city of Pannonia founded by Hadrian
murtatum {n} :: alternative form of myrtātum
murtetum {n} :: alternative form of myrtētum
murus {m} :: a wall
mus {mf} :: mouse, rat
musa {f} :: song, poem
musa {f} [in the plural] :: studies, sciences
musa {f} [Late Latin] :: banana
Musa {prop} {f} :: Muse, one of the nine goddesses of liberal arts
musaraneus {m} :: a shrew
musca {f} :: a fly (insect)
musca {f} [transferred meaning] :: an inquisitive or prying people
muscarium {noun} :: a fly-swatter
muscarius {adj} :: Of or pertaining to flies, fly-
muscarius {adj} [transferred meaning] :: the umbel; the hairy or fibrous part of plants
muscarius {adj} [transferred meaning] :: the hairy or fibrous part of plants
muscarius {adj} [transferred meaning] :: a closet or safe in which writings were kept to protect them from flies
muscicolus {adj} :: muscicolous
muscipula {f} :: mousetrap
muscipulum {n} :: alternative form of muscipula
muscularis {adj} :: Of or pertaining to muscles
musculosus {adj} :: muscular, fleshy
musculus {m} :: small mouse
musculus {m} [anatomy] :: muscle
musculus {m} :: saltwater mussel
musculus {m} [military] :: mantelet, shielding
muscus {m} :: moss
museum {n} :: museum
musica {f} :: music (art form)
musicalis {adj} [Medieval Latin] :: Of or pertaining to music; musical
musicatus {adj} :: set to music
musicus {adj} :: of or pertaining to music, musical
musicus {adj} :: of or pertaining to poetry, poetic
musicus {m} :: musician
musimo {m} :: mouflon (wild sheep of Sardinia)
musivarius {m} :: A worker in mosaic
musivum {n} :: mosaic
Musonius {prop} {m} :: a Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name" famously held by:
Musonius {prop} {m} :: Gaius Musonius Rufus, a Roman philosopher
mussans {v} :: murmuring, saying in a quiet voice
mussans {v} :: respecting by being silent
mussans {v} :: refraining from speaking, because of fear or uncertainty
mussatus {v} :: murmured, having been said in a quiet voice
mussatus {v} :: respected, having been respected by silence
mussitabundus {adj} :: suppressing the voice, silent
mussitans {v} :: keeping quiet
mussitans {v} :: muttering, murmuring
mussitator {m} :: mutterer
mussitator {m} :: grumbler
mussitatus {v} :: kept quiet, having been kept quiet
mussitatus {v} :: muttered, murmured, having been muttered
mussito {v} :: I keep quiet
mussito {v} :: I mutter, murmur
musso {v} :: I say in a soft voice, murmur
musso {v} :: I am silent and respectful
musso {v} :: I refrain from speaking because of fear or uncertainty
mustaceus {m} :: must-cake, laurel-cake (a kind of wedding cake made with must and baked on laurel leaves)
mustela {f} :: weasel
musteus {adj} :: of or belonging to must; like must
musteus {adj} :: young, new, fresh, referred for example to cheese
Mustiae {prop} {fp} :: An ancient city of Magna Graecia
Mustis {f} :: A town of Africa situated on the road from Carthago to Theveste
mustulentus {adj} [post-classical] :: full of or abounding in unfermented wine or must
mustum {n} :: must; unfermented or partially fermented grape juice or wine
mustus {adj} :: fresh, young
mustus {adj} :: unfermented (wine)
Musulamii {prop} {mp} :: A tribe of Africa mentioned by Pliny
Musuni {prop} {mp} :: A tribe of Africa mentioned by Pliny
mutabilis {adj} :: changeable, mutable, inconstant
mutandus {v} :: which is to be moved, which is to be removed
mutandus {v} :: which is to be altered, which is to be changed, which is to be modified, which is to be transformed
mutandus {v} :: which is to be varied, which is to be diversified
mutandus {v} :: which is to be mutated, which is to be spoiled
mutandus {v} :: which is to be exchanged, which is to be bartered
mutandus {v} :: which is to be forsaken
mutans {v} :: moving, removing
mutans {v} :: altering, changing, modifying, transforming
mutans {v} :: varying, diversifying
mutans {v} :: mutating, spoiling
mutans {v} :: exchanging, bartering, selling
mutans {v} :: forsaking
mutatio {f} :: change, alteration
mutatio {f} :: interchange, exchange
mutatis mutandis {adv} [Late Latin] :: mutatis mutandis (having changed what needs to be changed)
mutatorius {adj} :: changing
mutaturus {v} :: about to move, about to remove
mutaturus {v} :: about to alter, about to change, about to modify, about to transform
mutaturus {v} :: about to vary, about to diversify
mutaturus {v} :: about to mutate, about to spoil
mutaturus {v} :: about to exchange, about to barter
mutaturus {v} :: about to forsake
mutatus {v} :: moved, removed, having been moved
mutatus {v} :: altered, changed, modified, having been transformed
mutatus {v} :: varied, diversified, having been varied
mutatus {v} :: mutated, spoiled, having been mutated
mutatus {v} :: exchanged, bartered, sold, having been exchanged
mutatus {v} :: forsaken, having been forsaken
Muthul {prop} {m} :: A river of Numidia, where Metellus defeated Jugurtha
muticus {adj} :: curtailed
muticus {adj} :: docked
Mutila {prop} {f} :: a town of Istria
mutilandus {v} :: which is to be mutilated
mutilans {v} :: mutilating
mutilatio {f} [Late Latin] :: a maiming or mutilating, mutilation
mutilaturus {v} :: about to mutilate
mutilatus {v} :: mutilated
mutilitas {f} [Late Latin] :: an imperfection, a defect
mutilo {v} :: I cut off, crop
mutilo {v} :: I mutilate, maim
mutilo {m} :: alternative spelling of multō
mutilus {adj} :: mutilated
Mutina {prop} {f} :: Modena (city in Italy)
muto {v} :: I move, remove
muto {v} :: I alter, change, modify, transform
muto {v} :: I vary, diversify
muto {v} :: I mutate, spoil
muto {v} :: I exchange, barter, sell
muto {v} :: I forsake
muto {m} :: penis
muttio {v} :: I mutter or murmur
muttum {n} :: A mutter, a grunt
mutuandus {v} :: which is to be borrowed
mutuatio {f} :: borrowing
mutuatus {v} :: borrowed
mutulus {m} :: projecting shelf, bracket
mutulus {m} :: slab under corona of cornice
mutulus {m} :: stone or wood overhang
mutuo {adv} :: mutually, in return
mutuor {v} :: I borrow
mutus {adj} :: mute, dumb, silent
mutus {adj} [New Latin] :: Used as a species epithet
mutuum {n} :: loan
mutuus {adj} :: borrowed, lent
mutuus {adj} [by extension] :: in return, in exchange, mutual, reciprocal
Muucimir {prop} {m} :: given name cognate to Muncimir
mweruensis {adj} :: Mweru (attributive)
mya {f} :: a kind of mussel
Mycalessus {prop} {m} :: A mountain and city of Boeotia
Mycenae {prop} {fp} :: A city of Argolis and dwelling of the mythical king Agamemnon
Myconos {prop} {f} :: Mykonos
Mygdones {prop} {m} :: A tribe who took possesion of a part of Phrygia
Mygdonia {prop} {f} [geography] :: A district of Macedonia
Mygdonia {prop} {f} [geography] :: A district of Mesopotamia
Mygdonius {prop} {m} :: A river of Mesopotamia that flows near Nisibis and then into the Chaboras
Mylae {prop} {fp} :: A city on the northern coast of Sicily, situated near the cape Pelorus, now Milazzo
Mylae {prop} {fp} :: Two islands situated near Crete
mylohyoideus {adj} [New Latin] :: mylohyoid
myoparo {f} [nautical] :: A small pirate galley
Myra {np} :: A town of Lycia situated on a hill
Myriandrus {prop} {f} :: A coastal town of Syria, on the gulf of Issus
myrice {f} :: tamarisk (shrub)
Myrina {prop} {f} :: An Aeolian city on the western coast of Mysia
Myrina {prop} {f} :: A town in Crete
myrmecitis {f} :: A precious stone containing something like ants
myrmillo {m} :: alternative form of mirmillo
myrra {f} :: alternative form of murra
myrrha {f} :: alternative form of murra
Myrrhina {prop} {f} :: given name, notably the name of a character in the play Casina by Plautus
myrrhites {m} :: A kind of myrrh-colored precious stone
myrsineum {n} :: wild fennel
myrtatum {n} :: A sausage seasoned with myrtle berries
myrtetum {n} :: myrtle grove
myrtifolius {adj} :: myrtle-leafed
Myrtilis {f} :: A town in the south of Lusitania, Mértola
myrtillus {m} [Medieval Latin] :: blueberry
Myrtilus {prop} {m} [Greek mythology] :: A son of Hermes and charioteer of Oenomaus
myrtinus {adj} :: myrtle (attributive)
Myrtos {prop} {f} :: An island of the Aegean Sea situated near Euboea
myrtum {n} :: myrtle (berry)
Myrtuntium {prop} {n} :: a town of Elis situated on the road from Elis to Dyme
myrtus {f} :: myrtle (tree)
Mysanda {prop} {f} :: A town of Cilicia mentioned by Pliny
Mysia {prop} {f} :: Mysia (region in Asia Minor)
mystagogus {m} :: mystagogue
mystax {m} :: moustache
mysterium {n} :: mystery (secret rite or worship)
mysterium {n} :: secret
mysterius {adj} :: mysterious
mysterius {adj} :: secret
mystica {np} :: Things pertaining to secret rites, mystics
mysticus {adj} :: Of or belonging to secret rites or mysteries
mysticus {adj} :: mystic, mystical
mystrum {n} :: The fourth part of a cyathus, a measure for liquids
mythologia {f} :: mythology
mythologicus {adj} :: mythological
mythos {m} :: a myth
myxa {f} :: sebesten (tree)
myxum {n} :: sebesten (fruit)