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-o- {interfix} [post-classical Latin] :: Suffix forming nominal compounds (such as gallograecus (Gallo-Greek), from gallicus (Gallic) and graecus (Greek))
-o {suffix} :: suffixed to the roots of verbs, forms masculine agent nouns
-o {suffix} :: suffixed to nouns, forms cognomina and, in post-Classical Latin, nicknames and equivalent designations
-o {suffix} :: forms adverbs
-o {suffix} :: suffixed to nouns — originally a-stem nouns, but later nouns with other stems — forms regular first-conjugation verbs
-o {suffix} :: suffixed to third-conjugation verbs in composition, forms regular first-conjugation verbs
o {letter} :: A letter of the Latin alphabet
o {noun} :: The name of the letter O
o {interj} :: o! (vocative particle)
o {interj} :: oh!
Oannes {prop} {m} :: An apkallu also known as Adapa
Oanus {prop} {m} :: A small river of Sicily, which flows beneath the walls of Camarina
Oarus {prop} {m} :: A river of Scythia mentioned by Herodotus of uncertain identification
Oasis {prop} {f} :: The Great Oasis of Thebes, a string of oases in the Libyan Desert where the Roman Empire would send its criminals, the location of the modern Dakhla Oasis and Kharga Oasis
Oaxes {prop} {m} :: A river of Crete mentioned by Virgil
ob- {prefix} :: towards; against
ob {prep} :: in the direction of, to, towards
ob {prep} :: on account of, according to, because of, due to, for (the purpose of)
ob {prep} :: against; facing
obacero {v} :: I contradict
obacero {v} :: I interrupt
obaemulor {v} :: I stir up, irritate, provoke
obaerarius {m} :: A debtor who must work to pay off the debt
obaeratus {adj} :: in debt
obaeratus {m} :: debtor
obambulatio {f} :: stroll (wandering about)
obambulo {v} :: I walk up to or close to
obambulo {v} :: I walk about, stroll
obanensis {adj} :: Oban [attributive]
obaresco {v} :: I dry up (grow dry)
obarmo {v} :: I arm
obaro {vt} :: I plough around or up
obatratus {adj} :: obscured
obatratus {adj} :: blackish
obatresco {v} :: I blacken (become black)
obaudiens {v} :: obeying
obaudio {v} :: alternative form of oboediō
obauditio {f} :: obedience
obauditus {m} :: listening
obauratus {adj} :: gilded
obauratus {adj} :: gold-plated
obba {f} :: beaker
obba {f} :: decanter
obbrutesco {v} :: I become brutish
obcaecatus {v} :: alternative form of occaecatus
obcaeco {v} :: alternative form of occaeco
obco {v} :: alternative form of occo
obdensatio {f} :: thickening
obdo {v} :: I place or put against
obdo {v} :: I shut, close, fasten
obdormio {v} :: I fall asleep
obdormisco {v} :: I fall asleep
obduco {v} :: I lead, conduct, bring or draw towards, before, forward or against
obduco {v} :: I cover by drawing over; cover over, overlay, overspread, surround, envelop; heal; conceal
obduco {v} :: I close, shut up, bar; block
obduco {v} :: I draw in, drink down, swallow, down
obduco {v} :: I swallow up, overwhelm
obduco {v} [of the brow] :: I wrinkle, contract
obduco {v} [Late Latin] :: I injure, harm
obduco {v} [figuratively] :: I draw out, pass, spend
obductio {f} :: covering, veiling, enveloping
obductus {v} :: led or conducted forwards
obductus {v} :: enveloped; concealed
obductus {v} :: closed; blocked
obdulcatus {v} :: sweetened
obdulcesco {v} :: I sweeten (become sweet)
obdulco {v} :: I sweeten
obduratio {f} [of the mind] :: The act of hardening; obduration; obduracy
obdurefacio {v} :: I harden (make hard)
obduresco {v} :: I harden
obduresco {v} :: I become insensible, obdurate
obduresco {v} :: I endure, am persistent
obduro {v} :: I harden
obduro {v} :: I persist, endure or hold out
obediens {v} :: obedient, submissive
obedienter {adv} :: obediently
obedientissime {adv} :: superlative of obēdienter
obedientius {adv} :: comparative of obēdienter
obedio {v} :: alternative form of oboedio
obeditio {f} :: alternative form of oboeditio
obeliscus {m} :: obelisk (all senses)
obeo {v} :: I go towards, go to meet
obeo {v} :: I arrive at, reach, come to
obeo {v} [astronomy] :: I set
obeo {v} [figuratively] :: I fall, perish, pass away, die (mortem or diem obeo)
obeo {v} [figuratively] :: I survey, look over
oberrans {v} :: wandering, rambling
oberrans {v} :: flitting, hovering
oberrans {v} :: erring, mistaking
oberratus {v} :: wandered, rambled, having been wandered about
oberratus {v} :: flitted, hovered, having been flitted about
oberratus {v} :: erred, mistaken, having been mistaken
oberro {v} :: I wander, ramble about
oberro {v} :: I flit, hover
oberro {v} :: I err, mistake
obesitas {f} :: obesity, fatness
obesus {v} :: eaten away, devoured, having been eaten away
obesus {v} :: wasted away, lean, meagre, having been wasted away
obesus {v} [that is wasted away with fat] :: fat, stout, plump, obese
obesus {v} [figuratively] :: gross, heavy, dull, coarse
obeundus {v} :: which is to be reached
obex {mf} :: barrier, wall
obex {mf} :: hindrance, impediment, obstacle
obfirmandus {v} :: alternative form of offirmandus
obfirmans {v} :: alternative form of offirmans
obfirmaturus {v} :: alternative form of offirmaturus
obfirmatus {v} :: alternative form of offirmatus
obfirmo {v} :: alternative form of offirmō
obfulgens {v} :: alternative form of offulgens
obfulgeo {v} :: alternative form of offulgeo
obfundo {v} :: alternative form of offundo
obfuturus {v} :: about to harm
obhorreo {v} :: I bristle with
obiaceo {v} :: I lie before, near, over against or in the way; block the way
obiciendus {v} :: which is to be exposed
obiciens {v} :: offering, presenting; exposing
obiciens {v} :: interposing; opposing
obicio {v} :: I throw or put to, towards, in front of or before, present; expose
obicio {v} :: I hold out, offer, turn over, give over
obicio {v} :: I cast in the way, interpose; set against, oppose
obicio {v} [figuratively] :: I throw out against someone, taunt, reproach or upbraid with
obicio {v} [figuratively] :: I bring upon, inspire, inflict, visit, produce, cause
obiectans {v} :: opposing, setting against, opposing
obiectans {v} :: exposing, endangering
obiectans {v} :: interposing, throwing in the way
obiectans {v} :: objecting, charging
obiectans {v} :: throwing out, letting fall
obiectatus {v} :: opposed, set against, having been opposed
obiectatus {v} :: exposed, endangered, having been exposed
obiectatus {v} :: interposed, having been thrown in the way
obiectatus {v} :: objected, charged, having been objected
obiectatus {v} :: thrown out, having been let fall
obiectio {f} :: objection, opposition
obiectio {f} :: reproach
obiecto {v} :: I throw before, set against, oppose
obiecto {v} :: I expose, endanger
obiecto {v} :: I interpose, throw in the way
obiecto {v} :: I object, charge, accuse
obiecto {v} :: I throw out, let fall
obiectum {n} :: A charge, accusation
obiecturus {v} :: about to offer etc
obiecturus {v} :: about to interpose or oppose etc
obiectus {v} :: offered, presented
obiectus {v} :: exposed
obiectus {v} :: interposed, opposed
obiens {v} :: going towards, going to meet
obiens {v} :: arriving, reaching, coming to
obiens {v} [astronomy] :: setting
obiens {v} [figuratively] :: falling, perishing
obiens {v} [figuratively] :: surveying, looking over
Obilae {mp} :: A tribe of Marmarica mentioned by Ptolemy
obiter {adv} :: on the way
obiter {adv} :: incidentally
obituarius {m} [Medieval Latin] :: An obituary
obitus {v} :: perished
obitus {m} :: The act of approaching or going toward; approach, encounter, visit
obitus {m} :: The act of going down, setting; sunset
obitus {m} :: Downfall, ruin, destruction, death
obiurgans {v} :: chiding, scolding, rebuking
obiurgans {v} :: chastising, punishing
obiurgans {v} :: exhorting, urging reprovingly
obiurgatio {f} :: chiding, reproving, reproof, rebuke, reprehension
obiurgatus {v} :: chided, scolded, having been rebuked
obiurgatus {v} :: chastised, punished, having been chastised
obiurgatus {v} :: exhorted, having been urged reprovingly
obiurgo {v} :: I chide, scold, rebuke
obiurgo {v} :: I chastise, punish
obiurgo {v} :: I dissuade, deter
obiurgo {v} :: I exhort, urge reprovingly
objaceo {v} :: alternative form of obiaceo
objectio {f} :: alternative form of obiectio
objectivus {adj} [Medieval Latin] :: objective
objectum {n} :: alternative form of obiectum
objectus {v} :: alternative form of obiectus
objex {mf} :: alternative form of obex
objicio {v} :: alternative form of obicio
objurgatio {f} :: alternative form of obiurgatio
objurgo {v} :: alternative form of obiurgo
oblaticius {adj} :: freely-offered
oblatio {f} :: offering, gift
oblatrandus {v} :: which is to be barked
oblatrans {v} :: barking
oblatraturus {v} :: about to bark
oblatratus {v} :: barked
oblatro {v} :: I "bark" (rail or carp) at
oblaturus {v} :: about to offer or exhibit
oblatus {v} :: shown, exhibited, exposed
oblatus {v} :: inflicted, unexpected
oblectamentum {n} :: delight, pleasure, amusement
oblectans {v} :: entertaining, delighting, amusing
oblectans {v} :: passing the time agreeably
oblectatio {f} :: delight
oblectatus {v} :: entertained, delighted, having been amused
oblectatus {v} :: having passed the time agreeably
oblecto {v} :: I entertain, delight, amuse
oblecto {v} :: I pass the time agreeably
oblecto {v} :: I delay, detain
oblicus {adj} :: alternative form of obliquus
oblido {v} :: I crush or squeeze
obligans {v} :: obliging, making liable
obligans {v} :: making guilty
obligans {v} :: mortgaging, pawning
obligans {v} :: restraining, impeding
obligatio {f} :: binding; engaging, pledging, obligation, bond
obligatio {f} :: obligatory relationship
obligatio {f} :: document that confirms a bond or obligation
obligatio {f} [figuratively] :: entangling, ensnaring
obligatorius {adj} [Late Latin, Late Latin] :: binding, obligatory
obligatus {v} :: obliged, made liable, having been bound by obligation
obligatus {v} :: made guilty, having been made guilty
obligatus {v} :: mortgaged, pawned, having been mortgaged
obligatus {v} :: restrained, impeded, having been restrained
obligo {v} :: I bind in obligation, make liable
obligo {v} :: I make guilty
obligo {v} :: I mortgage, pawn
obligo {v} :: I restrain, impede
obligo {v} [rare] :: I tie, fasten
obligo {v} [rare] :: I bind together
oblimandus {v} :: which is to be obscured
oblimans {v} :: obscuring
oblimaturus {v} :: about to obscure
oblimatus {v} :: obscured
oblimo {v} :: I cover with mud or slime
oblimo {v} :: I obscure or confuse
oblimo {v} :: I silt up or clog
oblino {v} :: I daub over, besmear
obliquans {v} :: turning obliquely, twisting aside
obliquatus {v} :: oblique, turned obliquely, twisted aside, having been turned obliquely
obliquitas {f} :: slant, obliqueness, obliquity
obliquo {v} :: I turn obliquely, twist aside
obliquo {v} [figuratively] :: I dissemble, speak evasively
obliquus {adj} :: sidelong, slanting, awry, oblique
oblisus {v} :: squeezed, strangled
obliterandus {v} :: which is to be erased
obliterans {v} :: erasing
obliteratio {f} :: obliteration
obliteraturus {v} :: about to erase
obliteratus {v} :: erased
oblitero {v} :: alternative form of oblittero
oblitterandus {v} :: which is to be erased
oblitterans {v} :: erasing, effacing, blotting out
oblitteraturus {v} :: about to erase
oblitteratus {v} :: erased, effaced, having been blotted out
oblitteratus {v} :: consigned to oblivion, having been forgotten
oblittero {v} :: I erase, efface, blot out
oblittero {v} :: I consign to oblivion, cause to be forgotten
oblitus {v} :: forgotten
oblitus {v} :: disregarded, neglected
oblivio {f} :: The act of forgetting, forgetfulness
oblivio {f} :: The state of being forgotten, oblivion
oblivio {f} :: an amnesty
obliviosus {adj} :: forgetful
obliviosus {adj} :: oblivious
obliviscendus {v} :: which is to be forgotten, neglected
obliviscens {v} :: forgetting
obliviscens {v} :: disregarding, omitting, neglecting
obliviscor {v} :: I lose remembrance of, forget (+gen. of person or gen/acc. of person or thing)
obliviscor {v} :: I forget, disregard, omit, neglect (+gen. of person or gen/acc. of person or thing)
oblivium {n} :: forgetfulness
oblivium {n} :: oblivion
oblocutio {f} :: a contradiction
oblongifolius {adj} :: oblong-leafed
oblongopunctatus {adj} :: having longish points or spots
oblongus {adj} :: somewhat long
oblongus {adj} :: oblong
obloquens {v} :: interrupting, interjecting
obloquens {v} :: contradicting
obloquium {n} :: a contradiction
obloquor {v} :: I speak against someone or something; interrupt a speaker, interject
obloquor {v} :: I gainsay, contradict
obloquor {v} :: I sing to, accompany or join in singing
obloquor {v} :: I blame, condemn
obloquor {v} :: I rail at, reproach, abuse
obmordeo {v} :: I bite around
obmutesco {v} :: I lose my speech, become dumb
obmutesco {v} :: I am speechless, mute, silent
obnitor {v} :: I bear, press, push, struggle, or strive against
obnitor {v} :: I resist or oppose
obnixus {v} :: struggled against
obnixus {v} :: resisted, opposed
obnoxiosus {adj} :: submissive, subordinate, obedient
obnoxiosus {adj} :: hurtful, injurious, dangerous; obnoxious
obnoxius {adj} :: punishable, liable, guilty
obnoxius {adj} :: submissive, obedient, compliant
obnoxius {adj} :: obliged, indebted
obnoxius {adj} :: vulnerable
obnoxius {adj} :: susceptible to danger, misfortune, or weakness
obnubilatio {f} [Late Latin] :: the action of covering (something), as if with a cloud
obnubilatus {v} [literally] :: (having been) covered with clouds or fog
obnubilatus {v} :: (having been) metaphorically overclouded; (having been) darkened or obscured
obnubilatus {v} [figuratively, of the mind] :: (having been) beclouded, stupefied, or endarkened
obnubilatus {v} [by extension] :: (having been) dazed or stunned; (having been) caused to faint or pass out; (having been) rendered senseless or unconscious
obnubilo {v} [literally] :: I cover with clouds or fog
obnubilo {v} :: I (metaphorically) overcloud; I darken or obscure
obnubilo {v} [figuratively, of the mind] :: I becloud, stupefy, or endarken
obnubilo {v} [by extension] :: I daze or stun; I cause (someone) to faint or pass out; I render senseless or unconscious
obnubilus {adj} [hapax legomenon, archaic or pre-classical] :: shrouded in darkness; overclouded, cloudy, dark, obscure
obnuntians {v} :: reporting or announcing bad news
obnuntians {v} :: announcing a bad omen, predicting ill fortune
obnuntiatus {v} :: having been told or given bad news
obnuntio {v} :: I report or announce bad news
obnuntio {v} :: I announce a bad omen
Oboca {prop} {f} :: A river of Ireland mentioned by Ptolemy, maybe the river Liffey
Obodas {prop} {m} :: The name of various kings of the Nabataeans
oboediens {v} :: obeying
oboediens {v} :: serving
oboedientia {f} :: obedience
oboedio {v} :: to obey, yield obedience to
oboedio {v} :: to be subject to, to serve
oboeditio {f} :: obedience
oboleo {v} :: I emit the odor of, smell of
obolus {m} :: obolus
oboriens {v} :: arising
oborior {v} :: I arise, appear, occur
oborior {v} :: I well up (of tears)
oboriturus {v} :: about to arise
obortus {v} :: arisen, appeared, occurred
obovatus {adj} :: egg-shaped; obovate
obprobrium {n} :: alternative form of opprobrium
obpugnans {v} :: alternative form of oppugnans
obpugno {v} :: alternative form of oppugno
obrepens {v} :: stealthily approaching
obrepens {v} :: surprising
obrepo {v} :: I creep up (on) (approach stealthily)
obrepo {v} :: I surprise, deceive, cheat
obrigesco {v} :: I stiffen
Obrimas {prop} {m} :: A tributary river of the Maeander mentioned by Pliny and Livy
obrizus {adj} :: fine (of gold)
obrizus {adj} :: refined
obrizus {adj} :: assayed, tested
obrogans {v} :: weakening, invalidating or abrogating a law
obrogatio {f} [legal] :: A motion partly to repeal or alter an existing law by introducing another; obrogation
obrogatus {v} [legal, of a particular law] :: weakened, invalidated, having been abrogated
obrogo {v} [legal] :: I propose a new law, partly to repeal an existing law; evade, weaken, invalidate or abrogate a law
obrogo {v} [legal] :: I oppose or obstruct the passage of a bill
obruo {v} :: I overwhelm or overthrow
obruo {v} :: I bury or conceal
obrussa {f} :: The testing of gold by fire in a cupel
obrussa {f} [mineralogy] :: Refined, pure gold
obrussa {f} :: A test, touchstone, proof
obrutus {v} :: overwhelmed, overthrown
obrutus {v} :: buried, concealed
obryzum {n} :: pure gold
obsaepio {v} :: I enclose (fence in, seal up)
obsaepio {v} :: I block, obstruct
obscenissimus {adj} :: most or very inauspicious etc
obscenissimus {adj} :: most or very repulsive etc
obscenissimus {adj} :: most or very obscene etc
obscenitas {f} :: unfavorableness, inauspiciousness
obscenitas {f} :: foulness, lewdness, obscenity
obscenus {adj} :: inauspicious, ominous, portentous
obscenus {adj} :: repulsive, offensive, abominable, hateful, disgusting, filthy
obscenus {adj} :: immodest, impure, indecent, lewd, obscene
obscurandus {v} :: which is to be darkened
obscurans {v} :: darkening, obscuring
obscurans {v} :: concealing, hiding
obscurans {v} [figuratively] :: blinding, beclouding
obscurans {v} [figuratively] :: rendering indistinct
obscurans {v} :: suppressing, keeping unknown
obscuratio {f} :: darkening, obscuring, obscuration
obscuraturus {v} :: about to darken
obscuratus {v} :: darkened, obscured, having been obscured
obscuratus {v} :: concealed, hidden, having been concealed
obscuratus {v} [figuratively] :: blinded, beclouded, having been blinded
obscuratus {v} [figuratively] :: rendered indistinct, having been rendered indistinct
obscuratus {v} :: suppressed, having been kept unknown
obscuriglobus {adj} :: dark and globular
obscurior {adj} :: darker, duskier
obscurior {adj} :: more indistinct, obscure etc
obscuripennis {adj} :: having dark wings or feathers
obscuripes {adj} :: dark-footed
obscurissimus {adj} :: darkest or very dark etc
obscuritas {f} :: darkness
obscuritas {f} :: obscurity, indistinctness
obscuro {v} :: I darken, obscure
obscuro {v} :: I conceal, hide
obscuro {v} [figuratively] :: I blind, becloud understanding
obscuro {v} [figuratively] :: I render indistinct
obscuro {v} [of speech] :: I mutter, pronounce indistinctly
obscuro {v} :: I suppress, keep unknown
obscurum {n} :: dark, darkness
obscurus {adj} :: dark, dusky, shadowy
obscurus {adj} :: indistinct, unintelligible, obscure
obscurus {adj} :: intricate, involved, complicated
obscurus {adj} :: unknown, unrecognized
obscurus {adj} [of character] :: reserved, secret, close
obsecrandus {v} :: which is to be entreated
obsecrans {v} :: entreating, imploring, beseeching, supplicating
obsecratio {f} :: supplication, entreaty
obsecratio {f} :: asseveration, protestation
obsecraturus {v} :: about to entreat
obsecratus {v} :: entreated, implored, having been beseeched
obsecro {v} :: I entreat, implore, beseech, supplicate
obsecundo {v} :: I comply with
obsecundo {v} :: I obey
obsecuturus {v} :: about to oblige
obsecutus {v} :: obliged
obsequens {v} :: complying, submitting
obsequentia {f} :: compliance, complaisance, obsequiousness
obsequiae {fp} :: funeral rites, obsequies
obsequiosus {adj} :: obsequious, complaisant, complying
obsequium {n} :: Complaisance, yielding, compliance; deference, allegiance, obedience, obsequiousness
obsequor {v} [with dative] :: I accommodate myself to the will of another person; comply with, yield to, gratify, oblige, humor, submit
obsequor {v} :: I yield to, devote myself to, give myself up to or indulge in something
obsequor {v} [of inanimate things] :: I am yielding, pliant or ductile
obserandus {v} :: which is to be barred, which is to be bolted, which is to be shut up
obserans {v} :: barring, bolting, shutting up
obseraturus {v} :: about to bar, about to bolt, about to shut up
obseratus {v} :: barred, bolted, having been shut up
obserendus {v} :: which is to be sown thickly, which is to be covered with seeds
obserens {v} :: sowing thickly, covering with seeds
obsero {v} :: I bar, bolt, shut up
obsero {v} :: I sow thickly, I cover with seeds
observabilis {adj} :: observable
observabilis {adj} :: remarkable
observandus {v} :: which is to be observed
observans {v} :: observant, watchful
observans {v} :: guarding, watching over
observans {v} :: heeding, regarding
observans {v} :: noticing, perceiving
observantia {f} :: remark, note, observation
observantia {f} :: observance, attention, respect, regard, reverence
observatio {f} :: watching, observing
observatio {f} :: observation, attention
observatio {f} :: surveillance
observatus {v} :: observed, watched, having been observed
observatus {v} :: guarded, watched over, having been guarded
observatus {v} :: heeded, regarded, having been heeded
observatus {v} :: noticed, perceived, having been noticed
observatus {m} :: observation (action)
observo {v} :: I observe, watch
observo {v} :: I guard, keep watch over
observo {v} :: I heed, regard, respect
observo {v} :: I pay attention to
observo {v} :: I notice, perceive
obses {c} :: a hostage
obses {c} [figuratively] :: a security, pledge
obsessio {f} :: blockade, siege
obsessio {f} :: obsession
obsessor {m} :: frequenter (of a place)
obsessor {m} :: besieger, blockader
obsessurus {v} :: about to inhabit
obsessus {v} :: inhabited
obsessus {v} :: besieged
obsessus {v} :: obsessed
obsetricans {v} :: alternative form of obstetricans
obsetrico {v} :: alternative form of obstetrico
obsetrix {f} :: alternative form of obstetrix
obsidendus {v} :: which is to be besieged or occupied
obsidens {v} :: staying
obsidens {v} :: inhabiting
obsidens {v} :: possessing
obsideo {v} :: I sit, remain, abide, stay
obsideo {v} :: I frequent, haunt, inhabit
obsideo {vt} [military] :: I besiege; hem in, beset (a city)
obsideo {vt} :: I detain, hold captive
obsideo {v} :: I occupy, fill, possess
obsideo {v} :: I watch closely; I am on the lookout for
obsidialis {adj} :: siege (attributive)
obsidianus {adj} :: obsidian (attributive)
obsidio {f} :: siege, blockade
obsidium {noun} [military] :: A siege, blockade
obsignandus {v} :: which is to be sealed
obsignans {v} :: sealing up; affixing a seal to
obsignans {v} :: pledging or mortgaging under hand and seal
obsignans {v} [figuratively] :: stamping, impressing
obsignator {m} :: sealer (up)
obsignator {m} :: witness
obsignaturus {v} :: about to seal
obsignatus {v} :: sealed up; having been affixed with a seal
obsignatus {v} :: pledged or mortgaged under hand and seal, having been pledged
obsignatus {v} [figuratively] :: stamped, impressed, having been stamped
obsigno {v} :: I seal up; I affix a seal to
obsigno {v} :: I seal an accusation
obsigno {v} :: I pledge or mortgage under hand and seal
obsigno {v} [figuratively] :: I stamp, impress
obsistens {v} :: opposing, resisting
obsisto {v} :: I oppose or resist
obsisto {v} :: I make a stand
obsiturus {v} :: about to sow thickly, about to cover with seeds
obsitus {v} :: sown thickly, having been sown thickly, covered with seeds, having been covered with seeds
obsolefio {v} :: I am degraded, sullied, debased
obsolefio {v} :: I become worn out
obsolescendus {v} :: which is to be worn out
obsolescens {v} :: wearing out
obsolesco {v} :: I wear out
obsolesco {v} :: I fall into disuse
obsolesco {v} :: I grow old
obsolesco {v} :: I decay
obsolete {adv} :: old
obsoletior {adj} :: more worn out etc
obsoleturus {v} :: about to wear out
obsoletus {adj} :: old, worn out, thrown off
obsoletus {adj} :: common, ordinary, mean, low
obsonium {n} :: food, victuals
obsonium {n} :: provisions, shopping
obsono {v} :: I buy provisions, cater, purvey, provide, shop; purchase something as a provision
obsono {v} [by extension] :: I feast, banquet, treat, furnish an entertainment
obsono {v} [figuratively] :: I cater or provide an appetite
obsono {v} [with dative] :: I interrupt by a sound or by speaking
obsorbeo {v} :: I drink up, gulp down, swallow, bolt
obsordesco {v} :: I become dirty or soiled
obsordesco {v} :: I wear out, decrease
obstaculum {n} :: obstacle, hindrance
obstans {v} :: thwarting, hindering, obstructing, blocking
obsta principiis {proverb} :: resist the beginnings
obsta principiis {proverb} :: nip in the bud
obstetricans {v} :: assisting at childbirth
obstetrico {v} :: I perform the office of a midwife, assist at childbirth
obstetrix {f} :: midwife
obstinatio {f} :: firmness, resolution, steadfastness, determination
obstinatio {f} :: inflexibility, stubbornness, obstinacy
obstinatior {adj} :: more fixed, stubborn, obstinate etc
obstinatus {v} :: Firmly set, fixed, resolved
obstinatus {v} :: Determined, resolute, steadfast; inflexible, stubborn, obstinate
obstipesco {v} :: I become numb or stupefied
obstipesco {v} :: I am astonished, astounded or amazed
obstipus {adj} :: oblique (leaning to one side)
obstipus {adj} :: obstinate (stiff-necked)
obstitus {adj} :: alternative form of obstipus
obsto {v} :: I stand before, in the way of
obsto {v} :: I thwart, hinder, obstruct, block
obstrependus {v} :: which is to be resounded
obstrepens {v} :: resounding
obstreperus {adj} :: Clamorous, chirping, noisy
obstrepiturus {v} :: about to resound
obstrepitus {v} :: resounded
obstrepo {vi} :: I roar or resound at; resound, sound
obstrepo {vi} [with dative] :: I clamor or cry out against; blame
obstrepo {vi} :: I am troublesome to; annoy; impede, hinder
obstrepo {vt} :: I clamor against; oppose; disturb
obstrepo {vt} :: I fill with noise, cause to resound
obstrictus {v} :: bound (by an oath)
obstrictus {v} :: obliged
obstrictus {v} :: tied, fettered
obstringo {v} :: I bind (by an oath)
obstringo {v} :: I oblige
obstringo {v} :: I bind, tie or fetter
obstructio {f} :: The act of closing up by building; a blocking up
obstructio {f} [figuratively] :: An obstruction, barrier, hindrance
obstructurus {v} :: about to obstruct
obstructus {v} :: blocked
obstructus {v} :: barricaded
obstructus {v} :: obstructed
obstruendus {v} :: which is to be obstructed
obstruens {v} :: obstructing
obstruo {v} :: I block
obstruo {v} :: I barricade
obstruo {v} :: I obstruct
obstupefaciens {v} :: astonished, amazed, astounded, stupefied
obstupefaciens {v} :: stunned, amazed, paralyzed
obstupefacio {v} :: I astonish, amaze, astound, stupefy
obstupefacio {v} :: I am stunned, amazed, paralysed
obstupefactus {v} :: astonished, amazed, astounded, stupefied
obstupefactus {v} :: stunned, paralysed
obstupesco {v} :: alternative form of obstipesco
obsum {v} [with dative] :: I am against, do harm to
obsurdescens {v} :: deafening
obsurdesco {v} :: I become deaf
obsurdesco {v} :: I turn a deaf ear
obtecturus {v} :: about to cover
obtectus {v} :: covered
obtegendus {v} :: which is to be covered
obtegens {v} :: covering
obtego {v} :: I cover over or up
obtego {v} :: I veil, hide, conceal
obtego {v} :: I protect
obtemperandus {v} :: which is to be complied
obtemperans {v} :: complying with; conforming to; obeying
obtemperaturus {v} :: about to comply
obtemperatus {v} :: complied with; conformed to; having been obeyed
obtempero {v} :: I comply with; I conform to, obey
obtendo {v} :: I stretch or spread before or over
obtendo {v} :: I envelop or conceal
obtendo {v} :: I allege
obtenebratus {v} :: darkened
obtenebratus {v} :: obscured
obtenebresco {v} :: I darken
obtenebricatus {adj} :: darkened
obtenebro {v} :: I darken
obtenebro {v} :: I obscure
obtentio {f} :: covering, veiling
obtentio {f} :: obscurity, darkness
obtenturus {v} :: About to/going to hold on to/possess/uphold
obtentus {v} :: occupied, possessed, held
obtentus {v} :: maintained, upheld
obtentus {m} :: pretence, pretext
obtentus {m} :: covering, veil
obtero {v} :: I bruise, crush or break to pieces
obtero {v} :: I degrade, disgrace, contemn, disparage, ravage, destroy
obtestatio {f} :: adjuring, conjuring
obtestatio {f} :: earnest entreaty, adjuration
obtestatus {v} :: called as a witness
obtestatus {v} :: beseeched, implored
obtestor {v} :: I call someone as a witness
obtestor {v} :: I beseech or implore
obticeo {vi} :: I am silent
obtinendus {v} :: which is to be occupied
obtinendus {v} :: which is to be obtained
obtinens {v} :: having, possessing
obtinens {v} :: maintaining, persisting
obtinens {v} :: asserting
obtinens {v} :: obtaining
obtinens {v} :: prevailing
obtineo {v} :: I have, occupy, possess, hold
obtineo {v} :: I preserve, keep, maintain, uphold; persist in
obtineo {v} :: I assert, show, prove, demonstrate, maintain
obtineo {v} :: I gain, acquire, obtain, achieve, win
obtineo {v} :: I maintain myself, prevail, last, stand, continue, succeed
obtingo {v} :: I touch, strike
obtingo {v} :: (I) happen, befall, occur
obtorpeo {v} :: I am numb
obtorquendus {v} :: which is to be turned towards
obtorquens {v} :: turning towards
obtorqueo {v} :: I turn towards, turn
obtorqueo {v} :: I turn, bend or twist around; writhe, wrench
obtorturus {v} :: about to turn towards
obtortus {v} :: turned towards
obtraho {vt} :: I draw or turn towards
obtrectandus {v} :: which is to be disparaged
obtrectans {v} :: disparaging
obtrectatio {f} :: detraction
obtrectatio {f} :: disparagement
obtrectator {m} :: critic, detractor, traducer, disparager
obtrectaturus {v} :: about to disparage
obtrectatus {v} :: disparaged
obtrecto {v} :: I disparage, underrate, decry
obtrecto {v} :: I thwart
obtrudo {v} :: I thrust, push or shove into or against
obtruncans {v} :: slaughtering, killing
obtruncans {v} [rare] :: trimming, pruning
obtruncaturus {v} :: about to kill, slaughter, cut down
obtruncaturus {v} [rare] :: about to trim, prune
obtruncatus {v} :: slaughtered, killed, having been cut down
obtruncatus {v} [rare] :: trimmed, pruned, having been pruned
obtrunco {v} :: I kill, slaughter, cut down
obtrunco {v} [rare] :: I trim, prune
obtrusus {v} :: perfect participle of obtrūdō
obtueor {v} :: I look or gaze at or upon
obtueor {v} :: I see, behold, perceive, descry
obtundendus {v} :: which is to be struck
obtundens {v} :: striking
obtundo {v} :: I strike, beat or batter
obtundo {v} :: I blunt
obtundo {v} :: I deafen
obturans {v} :: stopping up, blocking up
obturans {v} :: assuaging, allaying
obturatio {f} :: stopping up
obturatus {v} :: stopped up, having been blocked up
obturatus {v} :: assuaged, allayed, having been assuaged
obturbans {v} :: stirring up, disturbing, making turbid
obturbans {v} :: confusing, throwing into disorder
obturbatus {v} :: stirred up, disturbed, having been made turbid
obturbatus {v} :: confused, having been thrown into disorder
obturbo {v} :: I stir up, disturb, make turbid
obturbo {v} :: I confuse, throw into disorder
obturo {v} :: I stop up, block up
obturo {v} :: I assuage, allay
obtusatus {adj} [New Latin] :: blunted, obtuse
obtusiangulus {adj} :: obtuse-angled
obtusifolius {adj} :: blunt-leafed
obtusio {f} :: crushing, bruising
obtusior {adj} :: blunter, duller, more obtuse
obtusurus {v} :: about to strike
obtusus {adj} :: blunt, dull, obtuse
obtutus {m} :: an instance of seeing or looking at, a gaze
Obulco {prop} {f} :: a city in Hispania Baetica, partially excavated in the southern part of the present-day village of Porcuna, to which it gives its name, approximately 40 mīlle passūs east of Corduba
obultroneus {adj} :: voluntary, spontaneus
Obultronius {prop} {m} :: a Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name" famously held by:
Obultronius {prop} {m} :: Obultronius Sabinus, a Roman quaestor
obumbrans {v} :: overshadowing
obumbrans {v} [figuratively] :: darkening, obscuring
obumbrans {v} [figuratively] :: overclouding
obumbrans {v} [figuratively] :: cloaking, concealing, disguising
obumbratio {f} :: shading, darkening
obumbratio {f} :: obscuring
obumbratus {v} :: overshadowed, having been overshadowed
obumbratus {v} [figuratively] :: darken, obscure, having been obscured
obumbratus {v} [figuratively] :: overcloud, having been overclouded
obumbratus {v} [figuratively] :: cloak, conceal, disguise, having been concealed
obumbro {v} :: I overshadow
obumbro {v} [figuratively] :: I darken, obscure
obumbro {v} [figuratively] :: I overcloud
obumbro {v} [figuratively] :: I cloak, conceal, disguise
obvallatus {adj} :: fortified
obvenio {v} :: I come before or in the way of, meet, come face-to-face
obvenio {v} :: I come or fall to someone, fall to the lot of
obvenio {v} :: I happen, arise, befall
obversans {v} :: appearing before
obversaturus {v} :: about to appear before
obversatus {v} :: appeared before
obversor {v} :: I appear before
obversor {v} :: I oppose, withstand, resist
obversus {v} :: opposite (to), facing
obverto {v} :: I turn to/towards
obviam {adv} :: in the way
obviam {adv} :: against
obvians {v} :: resisting, withstanding
obvians {v} :: preventing, hindering, obviating
obvians {v} :: meeting
obvio {v} :: I resist, withstand
obvio {v} :: I prevent, hinder, obviate
obvio {v} [post-Classical] :: I meet
obvius {adj} :: in the way
obvius {adj} :: meeting
obvius {adj} :: affable, courteous
obvius {adj} [of objects] :: at hand, ready
obvius {adj} :: exposed, lying open
obvius {adj} [figurative] :: known, familiar
obvolutus {v} :: covered all over
obvolutus {v} :: smothered
obvolvo {v} :: I wrap around, cover all over, muffle up; smother
Ocalea {prop} {f} :: A city of Boeotia dependent upon Haliartus
occa {f} :: harrow
occaecans {v} :: blinding, making blind
occaecans {v} [figuratively] :: darkening, obscuring
occaecans {v} [figuratively] :: hiding, concealing
occaecans {v} [of speech] :: rendering unintelligible
occaecans {v} :: render senseless, depriving of feeling
occaecatus {v} :: blinded, having been made blind
occaecatus {v} [figuratively] :: darkened, obscured, having been obscured
occaecatus {v} [figuratively] :: hidden, concealed, having been hidden
occaecatus {v} [of speech] :: rendered unintelligible, having been rendered unintelligible
occaecatus {v} :: rendered senseless, having been deprived of feeling
occaeco {v} :: I make blind, deprive of sight
occaeco {v} [figuratively] :: I darken, obscure
occaeco {v} [figuratively] :: I hide, conceal
occaeco {v} [of speech] :: I render unintelligible
occaeco {v} :: I render senseless; I deprive of feeling
occallatus {adj} :: made callous; indurated, blunted
occallesco {v} :: I become callous, thick-skinned
occasio {f} :: occasion, opportunity
occasurus {v} :: about to fall down
occasurus {v} :: (of heavenly bodies) about to go down, about to set
occasurus {v} :: about to perish, about to die, about to pass away
occasurus {v} :: about to be lost, about to be undone, about to be ruined
occasus {m} :: setting (of the sun etc.)
occasus {m} :: west
occasus {adj} :: setting
occasus {adj} :: western
occidendus {v} :: which is to be felled, which is to be cut to the ground; which is to be beaten, which is to be smashed, which is to be crushed
occidendus {v} :: which is to be killed, which is to be slain, which is to be slaughtered
occidendus {v} [by extension] :: which is to be plagued to death, which is to be tortured, which is to be tormented, which is to be pestered
occidens {v} :: falling down
occidens {v} :: (of heavenly bodies) going down, setting
occidens {v} :: perishing, dying, passing away
occidens {v} :: being lost, being undone, being ruined
occidens {m} :: sunset
occidens {m} :: west
occidens {v} :: felling, cutting to the ground; beating, smashing, crushing
occidens {v} :: killing, slaying, slaughtering
occidens {v} [by extension] :: plaguing to death, torturing, tormenting, pestering
occidentalis {adj} :: western, westerly
occidentissimus {adj} :: westernmost
occidio {f} :: a massacre, utter destruction, extermination
occido {vi} :: I fall down
occido {vi} [of heavenly bodies] :: I go down, set
occido {vi} :: I perish, die, pass away
occido {vi} :: I am lost, undone or ruined
occido {v} :: I fell, cut to the ground; beat, smash, crush
occido {v} :: I cut off, kill, slay, slaughter
occido {v} [by extension] :: I plague to death, torture, torment, pester
occido {v} [by extension] :: I ruin, undo, bring about the ruin of
occiduus {adj} :: setting, westerly
occipio {v} :: I begin, start, commence
occipitalis {adj} [New Latin] :: occipital
occipitium {n} :: occiput
occipitum {n} :: occiput
occisio {f} :: massacre, slaughter, murder
occisor {m} :: slayer, murderer
occisurus {v} :: about to fell, about to cut to the ground; about to beat, about to smash, about to crush
occisurus {v} :: about to kill, about to slay, about to slaughter
occisurus {v} [by extension] :: about to plague to death, about to torture, about to torment, about to pester
occisus {v} :: felled, having been felled, cut to the ground, having been cut to the ground; beaten, having been beaten, smashed, having been smashed, crushed, having been crushed
occisus {v} :: killed, having been killed, slain, having been slain, slaughtered, having been slaughtered
occisus {v} :: (by extension) plagued to death, having been plagued to death, tortured, having been tortured, tormented, having been tormented, pestered, having been pestered
occitanicus {adj} :: Occitan
Occitanus {m} :: an Occitanian
Occius {prop} {m} :: a Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name" famously held by:
Occius {prop} {m} :: Gaius Occius, a Roman official at Pompeii
occludendus {v} :: which is to be closed up
occludens {v} :: shutting up; closing up
occludens {v} :: restraining, stopping
occludo {v} :: I shut up, close up
occludo {v} :: I restrain
occlusurus {v} :: about to close up
occlusus {v} :: closed up
occo {v} :: I till, harrow
occubitus {v} :: lain (especially in the grave)
occubo {v} :: I lie in or on, especially in the grave (repose)
occulo {v} :: I cover, hide, conceal
occultandus {v} :: which is to be concealed
occultans {v} :: concealing, hiding
occultatio {f} :: concealment
occultatio {f} :: insinuation
occultaturus {v} :: about to conceal
occultatus {v} :: concealed, hidden, having been concealed
occultior {adj} :: better hidden or concealed
occultissimus {adj} :: very well hidden or concealed
occulto {adv} :: alternative form of occulte
occulto {v} :: I conceal, hide
occultus {v} :: hidden, concealed, having been hidden
occultus {v} :: Figuratively: secret
occumbo {v} :: I fall or sink down
occumbo {v} :: I fall dying
occupandus {v} :: which is to be occupied, invaded
occupans {v} :: occupying, filling, taking up
occupans {v} :: seizing, invading, taking possession of
occupans {v} :: anticipating, making the first move
occupans {v} :: employing, making use of
occupatio {f} :: seizing, occupying (taking possession)
occupatio {f} :: occupation, employment
occupatio {f} :: (figurative) trouble, unrest
occupatio {f} :: duty, obligation
occupatissimus {adj} :: most or very occupied etc
occupaturus {v} :: about to occupy
occupatus {v} :: occupied, filled, having been taken up
occupatus {v} :: seized, invaded, having been taken possession of
occupatus {v} :: anticipated, having been anticipated
occupatus {v} :: employed, made use of, having been made use of
occupo {v} :: I occupy, fill, take up
occupo {v} :: I seize, invade, take possession of
occupo {v} :: I anticipate, make the first move
occupo {v} :: I employ, make use of
occurrendus {v} :: which is to be attacked
occurrens {v} :: rushing
occurrens {v} :: opposing
occurrens {v} :: occurring
occurro {v} :: I run to; I go to meet
occurro {v} :: I charge, rush to attack
occurro {v} :: I meet, go to, come to
occurro {v} :: I resist, oppose, counterattack
occurro {v} [figuratively] :: I answer, reply, especially in objection
occurro {v} [figuratively] :: I present myself, suggest myself, appear, occur, especially to the mind
occurro {v} [figuratively] :: I reach, attain
occursans {v} :: running to, going to meet
occursans {v} :: charging, rushing to attack
occursans {v} :: approaching, coming near
occursans {v} :: appearing before, presenting
occursans {v} [figuratively] :: occurring to, entering (someone's) thoughts
occursatio {f} :: running to meet someone
occursatio {f} :: obstruction, resistance
occursatus {v} :: run to, gone to meet, having been run to
occursatus {v} :: charged, rushed in attack, having been charged
occursatus {v} :: approached, having been approached
occursatus {v} :: presented to, having been brought before
occursatus {v} [figuratively] :: having entered (someone's) thoughts
occurso {v} :: I run to; I go to meet
occurso {v} :: I charge, rush to attack
occurso {v} :: I approach, come towards
occurso {v} :: I appear before; I present myself to
occurso {v} [figuratively] :: I occur to; I enter (someone's) thoughts
occursurus {v} :: about to attack
occursus {m} :: meeting
Oceania {prop} {f} [New Latin] :: Oceania
oceanus {m} :: ocean
Oceanus {prop} {m} :: Ocean (that surrounds all the land, personified as a deity)
Oceanus Pacificus {prop} {m} :: Pacific Ocean
Ocella {prop} {m} :: A Roman cognomen — famously held by:
Ocella {prop} {m} :: Servius Ocella, a man mentioned by Ovid
ocellatus {adj} :: having small eyes
ocellus {m} :: little eye
ocellus {m} :: darling
Ocelum {prop} {n} :: a mountain town of Gallia Cisalpina, now Usseaux
Oche {prop} {f} :: The highest mountain of Euboea
ochraceus {adj} :: ochre-coloured
ochreatus {adj} :: alternative form of ocreatus
ocior {adj} :: swifter, more rapid
Oclatinius {prop} {m} :: a Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name" famously held by:
Oclatinius {prop} {m} :: Marcus Oclatinius Adventus, a Roman urban prefect
Oclatius {prop} {m} :: a Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name" famously held by:
Oclatius {prop} {m} :: Gaius Oclatius Modestus, a Roman quaestor
ocliferius {adj} :: That strikes the eyes; thrust into prominence
oclus {m} [Vulgar Latin] :: alternative form of oculus ("eye")
Ocnus {prop} {m} [Roman mythology] :: The mythical founder of Mantua and ally of Aeneas
Ocra {prop} {f} :: A town of Venetia, already disappeared at the time of Pliny
ocrea {f} :: A greave or legging worn to protect the shin, especially by soldiers
Ocrea {prop} {m} :: A Roman cognomen — famously held by:
Ocrea {prop} {m} :: Lucius Luscius Ocrea, a Roman consul
ocreatus {adj} :: greaved
Ocriculum {prop} {n} :: A considerable town of Umbria, situated on the left bank of the Tiber, now Otricoli
ocris {m} [ante-Classical] :: a broken, rugged, stony mountain
octaedricus {adj} :: octahedral, of or pertaining to an octahedron
octaedron {n} :: octahedron
octaedros {m} :: octahedron
octaginta {num} [cardinal] :: eighty; 80
octans {m} :: A measuring instrument, possibly similar to the nautical octant
octans {m} :: half a quadrant, an eighth part
octaphoron {m} :: alternative form of octophoron
octarius {noun} :: alternative form of octavius (the pint (eighth of a gallon) in the apothecaries' system)
octavius {noun} :: The pint (eighth of a gallon) in the apothecaries' system.[p43]
Octavius {prop} {m} :: a Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name" famously held by:
Octavius {prop} {m} :: Augustus, the first Roman emperor
octavus {num} [ordinal] :: eighth; the ordinal number between septimus and nonus
octavusdecimus {num} :: eighteenth
octies {adv} :: eight time; the adverbial number between septiēs and noniēs
octies {adv} :: eight times
octingeni {num} [distributive] :: eight hundred each; eight hundred at a time
octingentesimus {num} [ordinal] :: eight hundredth
octingenti {num} [cardinal] :: eight hundred; 800
octipes {adj} :: eight-footed
octo {num} [cardinal] :: eight; 8
october {adj} :: Of October
octocarinatus {adj} [New Latin] :: Having eight keels; octocarinate
octodecim {num} [cardinal, rare] :: eighteen; 18
Octodurus {prop} {m} :: Martigny (city in modern France)
octogenarius {adj} :: eighty (attributive)
octogenarius {adj} :: eighty-year-old
octogeni {num} [distributive] :: eighty each; eighty at a time
Octogesa {prop} {f} :: A town of Hispania Tarraconensis situated on the Iberus
octogesimus {num} :: eightieth
octogiens {adv} :: alternative form of octogies
octogies {adv} :: eighty times
octoginta {num} [cardinal] :: eighty; 80
octonarius {adj} :: Containing or consisting of eight things
octonarius {adj} :: octonary
octoni {adj} :: eight at a time, by eights, eight each
octophoron {m} :: A litter carried by eight bearers
octopus {m} [New Latin] :: octopus
octuplus {adj} :: eightfold
ocularis {adj} :: of or pertaining to the eyes
ocularissime {adv} :: superlative of oculāriter
oculariter {adv} :: with the eyes, ocularly
ocularius {adj} :: of or pertaining to the eyes
ocularius {m} :: oculist (eye doctor)
oculatus {adj} :: having eyes; having sight, seeing
oculatus {adj} :: eye-shaped
oculatus {adj} :: visible, conspicuous, easily seen
oculeus {adj} :: full of eyes
oculeus {adj} :: sharp-eyed
oculo {v} [Ecclesiastical Latin] :: I furnish with eyes, I make to see
oculo {v} [Ecclesiastical Latin, figuratively] :: I make visible or conspicuous
oculus {m} [anatomy] :: An eye
oculus {m} [by extension] :: the power of sight
oculus {m} :: a spot resembling an eye, such as on a peacock feather
oculus {m} [botany] :: a bud, bulb on a root
oculus {m} [figuratively] :: the mind's eye
O.D. {noun} :: [eyewear] O.D. (oculus dexter) (the right eye from the patient's point of view)
OD {noun} :: oculus dexter, the right eye
OD {noun} :: the organ of sight; the eye
OD {noun} :: a doctor's degree in optometry
oda {f} [literature] :: ode
odeo {v} :: alternative form of odio
Odessus {prop} {f} :: A city of Moesia situated on the Black Sea, now Varna
odi {v} :: I hate, detest
odi {v} :: I dislike; I am displeased by
odiandus {v} :: which is to be hated
odiandus {v} :: which is to be disliked
odiatus {v} [Medieval Latin, New Latin, Proscribed] :: hateful, hated, detested
odibilis {adj} :: odious, hateful
odiens {v} :: hating
odiens {v} :: disliking
odinolytes {m} :: He who or that which alleviates the pangs of childbirth (epithet of the fish called mora)
odio {v} [Low Latin] :: I hate
odio {v} [Low Latin] :: I dislike
odiosior {adj} :: more hateful, odious etc
odiosus {adj} :: hateful, odious, vexatious, offensive, unpleasant, disagreeable, annoying, troublesome
odium {n} :: hatred, ill-will, aversion, dislike or their manifestation
odium {n} :: the condition of being hated, odium, unpopularity
odium {n} [by metonymy] :: an object of hatred or aversion
odium {n} [in weaker sense] :: weariness, boredom, impatience or their manifestation
odor {m} :: A smell, perfume, stench
odor {m} [figuratively] :: Inkling, suggestion
odoramentum {n} :: aromatic perfume, spice or balsam
odorandus {v} :: which is to be perfumed
odorans {v} :: perfuming
odoraturus {v} :: about to perfume
odoratus {v} :: perfumed
odoratus {adj} :: fragrant
odoratus {m} :: The act of smelling
odoratus {m} :: smell (sense)
odoratus {m} :: smell, odor
odorifer {adj} :: fragrant, odoriferous
odorifer {adj} :: Producing perfumes or spices
odorifer {adj} :: sweet, flattering, precious
odoro {v} :: I perfume (make fragrant)
odorus {adj} [chiefly poetic] :: odorous
odorus {adj} [literary] :: sweet-smelling, fragrant
odorus {adj} [literary] :: foul-smelling, stinking
odorus {adj} :: That tracks by the smell
odos {m} [archaic] :: alternative form of odor
Odrysae {mp} :: A Thracian tribe which dwelt along the course of the river Hebrus
Oea {prop} {f} :: A maritime town of Africa, now Tripoli
Oeanthe {prop} {f} :: a town of Locris situated at the western entrance of the Crissaean gulf
Oecalices {prop} {m} :: A tribe of Ethiopia mentioned by Pliny
Oechalia {prop} {f} :: A city of Messenia
Oechalia {prop} {f} :: A city in Euboea
Oechalia {prop} {f} :: A city in Thessaly
Oechalia {prop} {f} :: A city in Aetolia
oecologia {f} :: ecology
oeconomia {f} :: The management of household affairs; arrangement, economy
oeconomicus {adj} :: domestic economy (attributive)
oeconomicus {adj} :: orderly, methodical
oeconomicus {adj} :: economic
oecosystema {n} [New Latin] :: ecosystem
oecumenicus {adj} :: Of or pertaining to whole inhabited world; ecumenical
Oedipus {prop} {m} [Greek mythology] :: King of Thebes, son of Laius and Jocasta
Œdipus {prop} {m} :: alternative typography of Oedipūs
oenanthinus {adj} :: made from grapes of the wild vine
oenanthium {n} :: an ointment made from grapes of the wild vine
Oeniadae {prop} {fp} :: an ancient town of Acarnania situated on the western bank of the river Achelous
Oenobaras {prop} {m} :: A river of Syria, now the Afrin River
Oenoe {prop} {f} :: A town of Attica situated on the plain of Marathon
Oenoe {prop} {f} :: A small town on the island of Icaria
Oenoe {prop} {f} :: A port-town of Pontus, situated at the mouth of the river Genius
oenomania {f} :: oenomania
œnomania {f} :: alternative form of oenomania
Oenomaus {prop} {m} [Greek mythology] :: a king of Pisa, son of Ares and father of Hippodamia
Oenomaus {prop} {m} :: A Greek philosopher born in Gadara
Oenus {prop} {m} :: The river Oenus, the modern Kelefina
Oenussae {prop} {fp} :: a group of three islands of the Ionian Sea off the coast of Peloponnesus
oephi {n} :: ephah
Oesalces {prop} {m} :: A king of Numidia and brother of Gala
Oescus {prop} {m} :: A river of Moesia and tributary river of the Danube, now called Iskar
Oescus {prop} {m} :: A town of the Triballi in Lower Moesia situated on the road from Viminacium to Nicomedia
oestrus {m} :: gadfly
Oesyma {prop} {f} :: A town of Thrace situated near the mouth of the river Strymon
oesypum {n} :: refuse from wool
Oeta {prop} {f} :: A mountain of Thessaly, where Hercules ascended the funeral pile
oetum {n} :: An unknown kind of Egyptian plant
Ofanius {prop} {m} :: a Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name"
Ofella {prop} {m} :: A Roman cognomen — famously held by:
Ofella {prop} {m} :: Quintus Lucretius Ofella, a Roman general
offa {f} :: a morsel; a piece; a chunk
offendendus {v} :: which is to be struck
offendens {v} :: striking, thrusting
offendens {v} :: meeting, encountering
offendens {v} :: offending
offendiculum {n} :: stumbling block, obstacle, hindrance
offendix {f} :: knot (of a belt etc)
offendo {v} :: I hit, thrust, strike
offendo {v} :: I meet, encounter (someone)
offendo {v} [figuratively] :: I suffer damage, receive an injury
offendo {v} :: I fail, am unfortunate
offendo {v} :: I find fault, take offence
offendo {v} :: I stumble, blunder, commit offence
offendo {v} :: I shock, vex, offend, mortify
offendo {f} :: an offence
offensans {vt} :: striking, dashing against
offensans {v} [of speech] :: faltering, stumbling over
offensatus {v} :: struck, dashed against, having been dashed against
offensatus {v} [of speech] :: faltered, having been stumbled over
offensio {f} :: offense
offensio {f} :: accident, misfortune, mishap
offensior {adj} :: more offensive etc
offensiuncula {f} :: slight offense; displeasure
offenso {vt} :: I strike or dash against
offenso {v} [of speech] :: I falter, stumble over my words
offensurus {v} :: about to strike
offensus {m} :: collision, knock, blow
offensus {adj} :: offensive, odious
offerendus {v} :: which is to be offered
offerens {v} :: presenting, offering, showing, exhibiting; exposing
offero {v} :: I bring before, present, offer, show, exhibit; expose
offero {v} :: I bring, cause, confer, bestow; inflict
offero {v} [Ecclesiastical Latin] :: I offer to God, consecrate, dedicate
offero {v} [Ecclesiastical Latin] :: I offer up, sacrifice
offertorium {n} :: offertory (place to which offerings were brought)
offex {m} :: hinderer
officialis {adj} :: official
officialis {n} :: official
officialiter {adv} :: officially
officiarius {m} :: officer
officina {f} :: workshop, manufactory
officina {f} :: a poultry house, henhouse
officinalis {adj} :: workshop, laboratory, office (attributive)
officinalis {adj} [botany] :: medicinal
officio {v} :: I obstruct, hinder, block
officio {v} [figuratively] :: I stand in the way of, oppose
officiosior {adj} :: more attentive etc
officiosior {adj} :: more officious
officiosissimus {adj} :: most or very attentive etc
officiosissimus {adj} :: most of very officious
officiosus {adj} :: attentive, dutiful, obliging
officiosus {adj} :: officious
officium {n} :: duty, service
officium {n} :: office
officium {n} :: (figurative) an obligatory service, visit, or gesture
offirmans {v} :: making firm, durable; making steadfast
offirmans {v} [figuratively] :: holding fast, persevering in
offirmatus {v} :: made firm, durable, having been steadfast
offirmatus {v} [figuratively] :: held fast, persevered in; having been held fast to
offirmo {vt} :: I make firm, durable, steadfast
offirmo {v} [figuratively] :: I hold fast to, persevere in
offirmo {v} [figuratively] :: I am obstinate
offla {f} :: alternative form of offula
offoco {vt} :: I strangle, throttle, choke, suffocate
offula {f} :: a small bit
offula {f} :: a bite to eat
offulgeo {v} :: I shine or appear upon, against or in the direction of
offundendus {v} :: which is to be poured
offundens {v} :: pouring
offundo {v} :: I pour or spread over, out, down etc
offuscatio {f} :: darkening, obscuring
offuscatio {f} :: vilifying, degrading
offusco {v} :: I darken, obscure
offusco {v} :: I vilify, degrade
offusurus {v} :: about to pour
offusus {v} :: poured
Ofilius {prop} {m} :: a Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name" famously held by:
Ofilius {prop} {m} :: Aulus Ofilius, a Roman jurist
Ofonius {prop} {m} :: a Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name", famously held by:
Ofonius {prop} {m} :: Tigellinus, a Roman prefect
oggannio {v} :: I yelp, bark
oggannio {v} [figuratively] :: I grumble, snarl; gabble
Oglasa {prop} {f} :: A small island situated between Corsica and the the Etrurian coast, maybe Montecristo
Ogulnius {prop} {m} :: a Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name" famously held by:
Ogulnius {prop} {m} :: Quintus Ogulnius Gallus, a Roman consul
Ogulnius {adj} :: of or pertaining to the gens Ogulnia
ohioensis {adj} [New Latin] :: Ohio (attributive)
Ohium {prop} :: Ohio
oica {f} :: An unknown precious stone
okinawanus {adj} [New Latin] :: Okinawan
oklahomensis {adj} [New Latin] :: Oklahoman
ola {f} :: alternative form of olla
Olarso {prop} {f} :: A town of the Varduli in Hispania Tarraconensis
Olbasa {prop} {f} :: A town of Cilicia situated at the foot of Mount Taurus
Olca {prop} {f} :: A castellum of Gallaecia, Hispania Tarraconensis
Olcades {prop} {m} :: A tribe of Hispania Tarraconensis which dwelt on the upper course of the Anas
Olcinium {prop} {n} :: Ulcinj or Dulcigno
olea {f} :: olive (fruit)
olea {f} :: olive tree
oleagineus {adj} :: olive (attributive)
oleamen {n} :: an ointment containing olive oil
oleamentum {n} :: an ointment containing olive oil
olearis {adj} :: oil-; or or pertaining to olive oil
olearius {adj} :: oil-; or or pertaining to olive oil
oleaster {m} :: wild olive tree
oleatus {adj} [Late Latin] :: moistened with olive oil; stored in olive oil
oleifolius {adj} :: olive tree-leafed
oleitas {f} :: the olive harvest
olens {v} :: smelling, stinking, odorous, fragrant
olentica {np} [pluralonly] :: stinking places
olenticetum {n} :: a stinking place, a dungheap
-olentus {suffix} :: adjective-forming suffix meaning abounding in, full of
Olenus {prop} {m} :: a town of Achaia, situated on the left bank of the river Peirus
oleo {v} :: I smell; I emit an odor, especially a bad odor
oleo {v} :: I am given away by smell; I smell of
oleo {v} :: I am observed, betrayed
oleo {v} :: I increase, grow
oleositas {f} :: oiliness
oleosus {adj} :: oily; full of oil
oleraceus {adj} :: alternative form of holeraceus
olesco {v} :: I grow
oletum {n} [ante-Classical] :: a place planted with olive trees; an olive yard
oletum {n} [poetic] :: excrement, filth, dirt
oleum {n} :: olive oil
oleum {n} :: the palaestra
oleum phosphoratum {noun} [New Latin] :: Elemental phosphorus (white phosphorus) mixed in olive oil
olfaciens {v} :: smelling, scenting
olfacio {vt} :: I smell, scent
olfacio {vt} [figuratively] :: I smell, detect, surmise; hear about
olfactoriolum {n} :: small scent-bottle
olfactorium {n} :: scent bottle
olfactorium {n} :: nosegay
olfactorius {adj} :: Of or pertaining to smell or to one who smells
olfacturus {v} :: about to smell, scent
olfactus {v} :: smelled, scented
olfactus {m} :: smelling (act)
olfactus {m} :: sense of smell
Olicana {prop} {f} :: A town of the Brigantes in Britannia
olidus {adj} :: emitting a smell
olidus {adj} :: bad smelling; fetid, stinking, rank
oliganthus {adj} [New Latin] :: having few flowers; oliganthous
oligarcha {m} [Late Latin] :: oligarch
oligarchia {f} [Late Latin, politics] :: oligarchy
oligarchicus {adj} [Late Latin] :: oligarchic, oligarchical
olim {adv} :: at that time
olim {adv} [used at the beginnings of fairytales] :: once upon a time
olim {adv} :: one day, at some (future) time
olim {adv} :: often, for some time
Olipor {m} :: a male slave owned by Aulus
Olipor {prop} {m} :: a cognomen
Olisipo {prop} {f} :: Lisbon (city in modern Portugal)
olisiponensis {adj} :: Of or pertaining to Lisbon
Olisippo {prop} {m} :: alt form Olisīpō
oliva {f} :: an olive (fruit)
oliva {f} :: an olive tree
oliva {f} [poetic] :: an olive branch
olivaceus {adj} :: olive-green (coloured)
olivetum {n} :: olive grove
olivitas {f} :: the olive harvest; the olive gathering
olla {f} :: pot, jar
ollarius {adj} [Late Latin] :: of or belonging to pots
Ollius {prop} {m} :: One of the most important rivers of Gallia Cisalpina that flows into the Padus, now the Oglio
Ollius {prop} {m} :: a Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name" famously held by:
Ollius {prop} {m} :: Titus Ollius, the father of Poppaea Sabina
olma {f} :: The plant ebulum among the Dacians
Olmius {prop} {m} :: A river of Boeotia and tributary river of the Permessus
Olomucensis {adj} :: from; of; or pertaining to Olomouc
Olomucium {prop} {n} :: Olomouc
Olomutium {prop} {n} :: alternative form of Olomucium (city in Moravia, now in the Czech Republic)
Olontigi {prop} {n} :: A maritime town in Hispania Baetica
olor {m} [chiefly poetic] :: swan
olor {m} [Late Latin, Vulgar Latin] :: A smell
olorinus {adj} :: a swan’s or swans’; cygnine, olorine
Olorus {prop} {m} :: A king of Thrace, whose daughter was married to Miltiades
Oltis {m} :: A river of Aquitania, now the river Lot
Olubria {prop} {f} :: A river of Liguria, now the Scrivia
-olus {suffix} :: alternative form of -ulus
olus {n} :: alternative form of holus
olvatium {n} :: A kind of measure
Olybrius {prop} {m} :: A Roman cognomen — famously held by:
Olybrius {prop} {m} :: Olybrius, a Roman emperor
Olympio {prop} {m} :: given name, character in the play Casina of Plautus
Olynta {prop} {f} :: Šolta (island off the coast of Croatia)
Olynthos {prop} {f} :: An ancient city of Chalcidice
Olynthus {prop} {f} :: An ancient city of Chalcidice
olyra {f} :: A type of grain similar to spelt, possibly another type of hulled wheat
Olysipo {prop} {m} :: alt form Olisīpō
Olysippo {prop} {m} :: alt form Olisīpō
Olyssipo {prop} {m} :: alt form Olisīpō
omanensis {adj} :: Oman [attributive]
omasum {n} [anatomy] :: The tripe of a bull
Ombos {prop} {f} :: A town of the Thebaid situated north of Syene
ombria {f} :: An unknown precious stone
omeiensis {adj} :: Omei / Mount Emei (attributive)
omen {n} :: an omen
omentum {n} [anatomy] :: The adipose membrane which encloses the bowels
omentum {n} :: The bowels
omentum {n} [anatomy] :: Any membrane which envelops an internal part of the body
ominor {v} :: I forebode, presage, prognosticate, augur, predict, prophesy
ominosus {adj} :: foreboding, ominous, portentous
Omiras {prop} {m} :: The name of the Euphrates when flowing through the Taurus
omissurus {v} :: about to neglect, omit
omissus {v} :: neglected, omitted
omittendus {v} :: which is to be neglected, omitted
omittens {v} :: neglecting, omitting
omitto {v} :: I let go, let fall or let loose
omitto {v} :: I lay aside, give up, neglect or disregard
omitto {v} :: I omit, leave out (in speech or writing)
ommatidium {n} :: ommatidium
omnia {np} :: all things, everything
omnicarpus {adj} [of a grazing animal] :: That crops everything
omniciens {adj} :: all-stirring, all-exciting
omnifer {adj} :: bearing everything
omniformis {adj} [post-classical] :: of all shapes
omnigenus {adj} :: of every kind
omnimodus {adj} :: of all or every sort or kind
omnino {adv} :: entirely, utterly altogether, wholly
omnino {adv} :: [with negatives or numerals] at all, in all, altogether, only, but, just
omnipotens {adj} :: omnipotent, all-powerful, almighty
omnipotentia {f} :: omnipotence (almighty power)
omnis {adj} [singular] :: every
omnis {adj} [plural] :: all
omnisciens {adj} :: omniscient, all-knowing, knowing everything
omniscius {adj} :: omniscient
omnivagus {adj} :: roaming everywhere
omnivolus {adj} :: willing everything
omnivorus {adj} :: eating all things, all-devouring, omnivorous
omoticus {adj} :: Omotic
omphacium {n} :: The oil or juice of unripe olives or grapes
onager {m} :: wild ass; onager
onager {m} :: onager (type of military engine)
Onatas {prop} {m} :: A celebrated Greek sculptor
Onceium {prop} {n} :: A town of Arcadia situated upon the river Ladon, near Thelpusa
Onchesmus {prop} {m} :: a port town of Chaonia in Epirus, now Saranda or Sarandë in Albania
Onchestus {prop} {m} :: a town of Boeotia situated in the territory of Haliartus
Onchestus {prop} {m} :: a river of Thessaly that flows into the lake Boebeis
oncidium {n} :: oncidium
onco {vi} [of donkeys] :: I bray
ondatrae {adj} :: muskrat (attributive)
oneidensis {adj} :: Lake Oneida [attributive]
onerans {v} :: burdening, loading, lading
onerans {v} [figuratively] :: overwhelming, wearying, oppressing
onerans {v} [figuratively] :: aggravating, making more burdensome
onerarius {adj} :: burden (attributive)
onerarius {adj} :: transport, carriage, cargo (attributive)
oneratus {v} :: filled, loaded, having been filled
oneratus {v} [figuratively] :: deceived, befooled, having been fooled
onero {v} :: I burden, lade, load
onero {v} [figuratively] :: I overwhelm, weary, oppress
onero {v} [figuratively] :: I make more burdensome, aggravate
onero {v} [poetic] :: I cover
onerosus {adj} :: burdensome, heavy, oppressive
onerosus {adj} :: onerous, irksome
Onesicritus {prop} {m} :: A Greek historian who accompanied Alexander the Great in his campaigns in Asia
Onesilus {prop} {m} :: A king of Salamis, in Cyprus
Oneum {prop} {n} :: a town of Dalmatia situated near at the mouth of the river Tilurus, now Omiš or Almissa
Oningi {prop} {n} :: A city in Hispania Baetica
oniros {m} :: The wild poppy
oniscus {m} :: woodlouse
Onobalas {prop} {m} :: A river of Sicily mentioned by Appian, probably the same as the Asines
Onobrisates {prop} {m} :: A Celtic tribe of Aquitania mentioned by Pliny
onocentaurus {m} :: onocentaur (a centaur with the body of an ass)
onocentaurus {m} [transferred sense] :: used of an impure person
onocrotalus {m} :: pelican
onolatria {f} [New Latin, uncountable] :: donkey-worship, onolatry
onoma {n} [Medieval Latin] :: synonym of nōmen
onomatopeia {f} :: rare form of onomatopoeia
onomatopeia :: onomatopoeia (word that sounds like what it represents)
onomatopeia [uncountable] :: onomatopoeia (property of a word of sounding like what it represents)
onomatopoeia {f} [rhetoric] :: onomatopoeia (the forming of a word to resemble in sound the thing that it signifies)
onomatopoeïa {f} :: alternative form of onomatopoeia
ononis {f} :: restharrow
onopyxos {m} :: A thistle-like plant
Onuba {prop} {f} :: An ancient town of the Turdetani, in Hispania Baetica, corresponding to present-day Huelva
Onugnathus {prop} {m} [geography] :: A promontory of Laconia, now entirely surrounded by water
Onuphis {f} :: A town of Lower Egypt situated on the delta of the Nile
onus {n} :: burden, load
onustus {adj} :: loaded, laden, burdened
onycha {f} :: an unknown type of mollusc
onychinalis {adj} :: onyx (attributive)
onychinus {adj} :: onyx marble (attributive, or colour)
Onysia {prop} {f} :: An island situated in front of cape Itanum in Crete
onyx {m} :: onyx, yellow marble
onyx {m} :: A yellowish precious stone
onyx {m} :: The female of a mussel of the scallop species
oogenesis {f} :: oogenesis
op. {n} :: abbreviation of opus
opacifrons {adj} :: having a dark front; having a dark mark on the forehead
opacitas {f} :: shadiness, shade
opacus {adj} :: shaded, darkened; in the shade
opacus {adj} :: shady, dark; casting shade
opalescens {adj} :: opalescent
opalus {m} :: opal
opella {f} :: light work
Opellius {prop} {m} :: a Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name" famously held by:
Opellius {prop} {m} :: Macrinus, a Roman emperor
opera {f} :: trouble, pains, exertion
opera {f} :: work, labour
operandus {v} :: which is to be worked
operans {v} :: working, labouring, toiling
opera omnia {phrase} :: The “complete works”. This title has been given to many such collections, for instance, that of Leonhard Euler
opera publica {np} :: public works
operarius {adj} :: labouring, working (attributive)
operarius {m} :: labourer, worker
operatio {f} :: operation
operatio {f} :: activity
operatio {f} :: effect, result
operativus {adj} :: creative, formative
operator {m} :: worker, operator
operaturus {v} :: about to work
operatus {v} :: worked, laboured, toiled
opercularis {adj} :: covered (with a lid)
operculum {n} :: cover, covering
operiendus {v} :: which is to be covered, closed etc
operiens {v} :: covering, closing etc
operimentum {n} :: cover, covering, lid
operio {v} :: I cover (over something); envelop
operio {v} [by extension] :: I shut, close
operio {v} [figuratively] :: I hide, conceal, dissemble
operio {v} [figuratively] :: I overwhelm, burden
operio {v} [figuratively, of a sin] :: I atone for, cover, cause to be forgotten
opero {v} :: I work
operor {v} :: I work, labor
operosior {adj} :: more painstaking etc
operositas {f} :: elaborate or painstaking work
operosus {adj} :: painstaking
operosus {adj} :: active, busy, industrious
operosus {adj} :: laborious
opertorium {n} :: covering
opertum {n} :: secret
opertus {v} :: covered, enveloped
opertus {v} :: shut, closed
opetis {f} :: A plant also called aristolochia
ophicardelos {m} :: An unknown gem, perhaps a kind of onyx
ophiomachus {m} :: a kind of locust
Ophis {m} :: A river of Pontus situated east of the Hyssus
ophites {m} :: serpentine (type of marble)
Ophiusa {prop} {f} :: The name of several islands
Ophlimus {prop} {m} :: A mountain range of Pontus mentioned by Strabo
ophthalmicus {adj} :: ophthalmic
opiatus {adj} :: opiate
opifex {mf} :: Someone who does work (especially creative or constructive); worker, maker, framer, fabricator, workman, mechanic, artificer, craftsman, inventor, artist, artisan
opificium {n} :: work
opilio {f} :: shepherd
Opimius {prop} {m} :: a Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name" famously held by:
Opimius {prop} {m} :: Lucius Opimius, a Roman consul
Opimius {adj} :: of or pertaining to the gens Opimia
opimus {adj} :: fat, rich, plump, corpulent (person)
opimus {adj} :: fertile, fruitful (land)
opinabilis {adj} :: conjectural
opinabilis {adj} :: imaginary
opinans {v} :: supposing, imagining
opinaturus {v} :: about to suppose, imagine
opinatus {v} :: supposed, imagined, judged
opinio {f} :: An opinion, conjecture, imagination, fancy, belief; esteem, reputation or expectation, good or bad, which others have formed of someone
opinio {f} :: A report or rumor
opinor {v} :: I suppose, imagine, deem, think or judge
Opitergium {prop} {n} :: a city of Venetia situated between the courses of the Plavis and the Liquentia, now Oderzo
Opiternius {prop} {m} :: a Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name", famously held by:
Opiternius {prop} {m} :: Lucius Opiternius, a Roman priest of Bacchus
opitulans {v} :: helping
opitulatio {f} :: help, assistance
opitulaturus {v} :: about to help
opitulatus {v} :: helped
opitulor {v} :: I help, assist
opitulor {v} :: I relieve (symptoms etc.)
opium {n} :: opium, poppy-juice
opobalsametum {n} [post-Classical] :: a place planted with balsam trees
oporteo {v} :: I require or order (something to be done)
oportet {v} [with accusative] :: it is necessary, proper, becoming; it behooves
oportunior {adj} :: more suitable etc
oportunissimus {adj} :: most or very suitable, advantageous, useful or opportune
oportunitas {f} :: alternative spelling of opportunitas
oportunus {adj} [rare] :: alternative form of opportūnus
oppando {v} :: I spread or stretch out
oppansus {v} :: spread or stretched out
opperiens {v} :: awaiting
opperior {v} :: I await (wait for)
opperiturus {v} :: about to await
opperitus {v} :: awaited
oppertus {v} :: having awaited (waited for)
oppetendus {v} :: which is to be encountered
oppetens {v} :: encountering
oppetiturus {v} :: about to encounter
oppetitus {v} :: encountered
oppeto {v} :: I go to meet; I encounter
oppeto {v} :: I perish (encounter death)
oppid. {n} :: abbreviation of oppidum
oppidanus {adj} :: town (attributive)
oppidanus {adj} :: provincial
oppidanus {m} [chiefly in the plural] :: townspeople, townsfolk
oppidatim {adv} :: in every town
Oppidius {prop} {m} :: a Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name"
oppido {adv} [colloquial in classical texts] :: very, greatly, much
oppidum {n} :: town (esp. of towns other than Rome, which was generally called Urbs)
oppignero {v} :: I pledge
oppignero {v} :: I pawn
oppilatio {f} [Late Latin] :: obstruction, occlusion (of the nostril)
oppilatus {v} :: blocked (stopped up)
oppilo {v} :: I block (stop up)
Oppius {prop} {m} :: a Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name"
Oppius {adj} :: of or pertaining to the gens Oppia
opplendus {v} :: which is to be filled up
opplens {v} :: filling up
oppleo {v} :: I fill completely, fill up; cover
oppleo {v} [figuratively] :: I fill, occupy
oppleturus {v} :: about to fill up
oppletus {v} :: filled up
opponendus {v} :: which is to be opposed
opponens {v} :: opposing
oppono {v} :: I set against
oppono {v} :: I oppose
opportune {adv} :: favourably; seasonably; opportunely
opportunior {adj} :: more suitable, opportune etc
opportunissimus {adj} :: most or very opportune etc
opportunitas {f} :: convenience, fitness
opportunitas {f} :: opportunity, chance
opportunitas {f} :: advantage
opportunitas {f} :: importance, significance
opportunus {adj} :: suitable
opportunus {adj} :: advantageous, useful
opportunus {adj} :: favourable, opportune
oppositifolius {adj} :: Having leaves on opposite sides of the stem; oppositifolious
oppositio {f} :: opposing, opposition
oppositurus {v} :: about to oppose
oppositus {m} :: opposing; intervention
oppositus {adj} :: opposite; against
oppressio {f} :: pressing down
oppressio {f} :: oppression, overthrow, suppression
oppressurus {v} :: about to suppress etc
oppressus {v} :: suppressed; surprised, captured; crushed
opprimendus {v} :: which is to be suppressed
opprimens {v} :: suppressing etc
opprimo {v} :: I press down upon; I suppress
opprimo {v} :: I take by surprise
opprimo {v} :: I capture
opprimo {v} [figurative] :: I crush, put down
opprobrans {v} :: reproaching, taunting, upbraiding
opprobrium {n} :: reproach, taunt
opprobrium {n} :: scandal, disgrace, dishonour, shame
opprobro {v} :: I reproach, upbraid, taunt
oppugnandus {v} :: which is to be attacked or besieged
oppugnans {v} :: attacking, assaulting
oppugnans {v} :: storming, besieging
oppugnatio {f} :: assault, attack
oppugnatio {f} :: siege
oppugnator {m} :: attacker, assailant
oppugnaturus {v} :: about to attack or besiege
oppugnatus {v} :: attacked, assaulted, having been attacked
oppugnatus {v} :: stormed, besieged, having been stormed
oppugno {v} :: I attack, assault
oppugno {v} :: I storm, besiege
ops {f} :: (singular) power to help
ops {f} :: (plural) resources, wealth
opsequium {n} :: alternative form of obsequium
opsideo {v} :: alternative form of obsideo
Opsius {prop} {m} :: a Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name"
optabilior {adj} :: more desirable
optabilis {adj} :: desirable
optandus {v} :: which is to be chosen, selected
optans {v} :: choosing, selecting
optans {v} :: wishing for, desiring
optatior {adj} :: more desired etc
optatissimus {adj} :: most or very desired or pleasant
optativus {adj} [grammar] :: optative
optaturus {v} :: about to choose, select
optatus {v} :: wished for, desired, pleasant, having been desired
optatus {v} :: chosen, selected, having been chosen
Optatus {prop} {m} :: A Roman cognomen — famously held by:
Optatus {prop} {m} :: Flavius Optatus, a Roman senator
optemperandus {v} :: alternative form of obtemperandus
optemperans {v} :: alternative form of obtemperans
optemperaturus {v} :: alternative form of obtemperaturus
optemperatus {v} :: alternative form of obtemperatus
optempero {v} :: alternative form of obtempero
optenturus {v} :: alternative form of obtenturus
optentus {v} :: alternative form of obtentus
opticus {adj} [Medieval Latin] :: optic; of or relating to seeing, sight or vision
optimas {m} :: aristocrat
optimas {m} [in the plural] :: the adherents of the best men
optimas {m} [in the plural] :: the aristocratic party
optimas {adj} :: of or pertaining to the best
optimas {adj} :: of or pertaining to the noblest
optimas {adj} :: aristocratic, noble
optime {adv} :: very well; excellently
optimus {adj} :: best; very good
optinendus {v} :: alternative form of obtinendus
optinens {v} :: alternative form of obtinens
optineo {v} :: alternative spelling of obtineo
optingo {v} :: alternative form of obtingō
optio {f} :: choosing, choice, preference, option
optio {m} :: helper, assistant
optio {m} [military] :: adjutant, aide-de-camp
opto {v} :: I choose, select
opto {v} :: I wish for, desire
optumas {m} :: aristocrat
optumas {m} [in the plural] :: the adherents of the best men
optumas {m} [in the plural] :: the aristocratic party
optumas {adj} :: of or pertaining to the best
optumas {adj} :: of or pertaining to the noblest
optumas {adj} :: aristocratic, noble
optumus {adj} :: alternative form of optimus
opulentia {f} :: wealth, opulence
opulentior {adj} :: richer, more wealthy or opulent
opulentissimus {adj} :: wealthiest, richest
opulentissimus {adj} :: most or very opulent
opulentitas {f} :: wealth
opulentitas {f} :: power
opulentus {adj} :: wealthy, rich
opulentus {adj} :: opulent
opulus {f} :: A kind of maple tree
opupa {f} :: hoopoe
opupa {f} :: pickaxe, crowbar
opupa {f} :: mattock, hoe
opus {n} :: work, accomplishment
opus {n} :: need
Opus {prop} {f} :: The capital city of the Locri and birthplace of Patroclus
opusculum {n} :: a little work, a trifle
opus operatum {noun} :: opus operatum; The work wrought
-or {suffix} :: used to form a third-declension masculine abstract noun from a verb root or conceived root form
ora {f} :: border, rim, frontier, limit, edge
ora {f} :: sea coast
ora {f} :: region, country
oraclum {n} :: alternative form of oraculum ("divine announcement, oracle; place where oracles were given; prophecy; maxim")
oraculum {n} :: A divine announcement, oracle
oraculum {n} :: A prophetic declaration; prophecy
oraculum {n} :: A place where oracular responses were given; oracle
oraculum {n} :: An oracular saying, maxim
oraculum {n} :: An imperial rescript
oralis {adj} :: oral
orandus {v} :: which is to be orated, pleaded, entreated
oranensis {adj} :: Oran (in Algeria) [attributive]
orans {v} :: speaking, orating
orans {v} :: pleading, begging
orans {v} :: praying, entreating
orans {m} :: an orator
orarium {n} [Late Latin] :: a napkin
Oratelli {prop} {mp} :: An Alpine tribe mentioned by Pliny
oratio {f} :: speech, discourse, language
oratio {f} :: the power of speech
oratio {f} :: manner or style of speaking
oratio {f} :: oration
oratio {f} :: eloquence
oratio {f} :: sentence or clause expressing a complete sense
oratio {f} :: imperial message
oratio {f} :: prayer or address to a deity
orator {m} :: orator, speaker
oratorius {adj} :: oratorical
oratrix {f} :: A female orator, a female speaker
oratus {v} :: spoken, orated, having been spoken
oratus {v} :: pled, begged, having been pled
oratus {v} :: prayed, entreated, having been prayed
oratus {m} :: a praying, entreating
oratus {m} :: a request, entreaty
oratus {adj} :: alternative form of auratus
Orba {prop} {f} :: A tributary river of the Maeander mentioned by Pliny
orbatus {v} :: bereaved
orbatus {v} :: deprived of
Orbelus {prop} {m} :: A mountain situated on the borders between Macedonia and Thrace
orbicularis {adj} :: circular
orbicularis {adj} :: orbicular
orbiculatus {adj} :: rounded, circular, orbiculate
orbiculus {m} :: small disk (or other circular object)
Orbilius {prop} {m} :: a Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name" famously held by:
Orbilius {prop} {m} :: Lucius Orbilius Pupillus, a Roman grammarian
orbis {m} :: circle, ring
orbis {m} :: a circular motion
orbis {m} :: a rotation
orbis {m} :: a disc or disc-shaped object
orbis {m} :: the Earth, the world, the globe [often written as orbis terrarum]
orbita {f} :: A track or rut made by a wheel
orbita {f} :: A path, track
orbita {f} :: A circuit, orbit
orbita {f} :: An impression, mark
orbitalis {adj} :: orbital
orbitalis {adj} [anatomy] :: pertaining to the orbit of the eye
orbitalis {adj} :: tracked, rutted
orbitas {f} :: Bereavement of parents, children, a husband or other dear person
orbitas {f} [by extension] :: Deprivation or loss of something
orbitudo {f} :: orphanhood, bereavement
orbo {v} :: I am deprived of parents, children, or other dear persons
orbo {v} :: I am deprived, bereaved, stripped of any (especially a precious) thing
Orbona {prop} {f} [Roman god] :: The tutelary goddess of parents bereft of their children
orbus {adj} [with genitive, ablative or ab] :: bereaved, bereft, deprived (of) by death
orbus {adj} :: orphaned, parentless; fatherless
orbus {adj} :: childless
orbus {adj} :: widowed
orbus {adj} [in general, with genitive, ablative or ab] :: deprived, destitute (of)
orca {f} :: orc, orca [kind of whale]
orca {f} :: butt, tun (large-bellied vessel)
Orca {prop} {m} :: A Roman cognomen — famously held by:
Orca {prop} {m} :: Quintus Valerius Orca, a Roman praetor
Orcades {prop} {fp} :: Orkney Islands (archipelago north of Britannia Major)
Orchades {prop} {f} :: alternative spelling of Orcades: Orkney Islands
orchesta {m} :: A dancer, a pantomime
orchestra {f} :: orchestra (area in front of a stage)
orchis {f} :: orchid (flower)
orchis {f} :: kind of olive
Orchius {prop} {m} :: a Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name" famously held by:
Orchius {prop} {m} :: Gaius Orchius, a Roman tribune
Orchius {adj} :: of or pertaining to the gens Orchia
Orchomenus {prop} {m} :: A city in the north of Boeotia
Orchomenus {prop} {m} :: An ancient city of Arcadia
Orchomenus {prop} {m} :: A city in Thessaly
Orcivius {prop} {m} :: a Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name", famously held by:
Orcivius {prop} {m} :: Gaius Orcivius, a Roman praetor
orcus {m} :: underworld
orcus {m} :: afterlife
Orcus {prop} {m} :: Orcus (god of the underworld)
Orcus {prop} {m} :: the underworld
Orcus {prop} {m} :: death
Ordesus {prop} {m} :: A port of Sarmatia on the Black Sea
ordiens {v} :: beginning
ordinandus {v} :: which is to be arranged
ordinans {v} :: arranging, ordering, putting in order
ordinans {v} :: ruling, governing
ordinans {v} :: ordaining, appointing to office
ordinariatus {m} :: an ordinariate, the office of an ordinary
ordinarius {adj} :: of or relating to order; orderly, usual, customary, regular, ordinary
ordinarius {adj} [substantive] :: an overseer [who keeps order]
ordinarius {adj} [substantive] :: an ordinary; a judge or bishop having regular jurisdiction
ordinarius {adj} [substantive, military] :: a centurion of the first cohort
ordinatim {adv} :: in order or succession
ordinatim {adv} :: regularly, properly
ordinatio {f} :: regulating, arranging
ordinatio {f} :: regulation, ordinance, decree, edict
ordinatio {f} :: ordination
ordinator {m} :: orderer, regulator, arranger
ordinator {m} :: ordainer
ordinaturus {v} :: about to arrange
ordinatus {v} :: arranged, ordered, having been put in order
ordinatus {v} :: ruled, governed, having been governed
ordinatus {v} :: ordained, appointed, having been appointed to office
ordino {v} :: I arrange, put in order
ordino {v} :: I rule, govern
ordino {v} :: I ordain, appoint to office
ordior {v} :: I begin
ordior {v} [weaving] :: I begin to weave, lay the warp
orditus {adj} :: begun
orditus {adj} :: undertaken
ordo {m} :: a methodical series, arrangement, or order; regular line, row, or series
ordo {m} :: a class, station, condition, rank
ordo {m} :: a group (of people) of the same class, caste, station, or rank ("vir senatorii ordinis")
ordo {m} [military] :: A rank or line of soldiers; band, troop, company
ordo {m} [military] :: command, captaincy, generalship
Ordovices {prop} {m} :: A tribe of Britannia, situated opposite of the island of Anglesey
Ordymnus {prop} {m} :: A mountain of Lesbos
oreae {fp} [plurale tantum] :: horse's bit
oreas {adj} :: mountain, hill (attributive)
Oreges {prop} {m} :: The name of a part of the range of Mount Taurus
oregonensis {adj} :: Oregon (attributive)
oreophilus {adj} :: mountain-loving
Oresthasium {prop} {n} :: a town of Arcadia, situated on the road from Megalopolis to Tegea
orestion {m} :: A particular plant
Orestis {f} [geography] :: a district of ancient Macedonia
Oretani {prop} {mp} :: A Celtic or Iberian tribe of Hispania that lived in today's northeastern Andalusia
Oreus {prop} {f} :: A city of Euboea situated upon the river Callas at the foot of Mount Telethrius
orexis {f} :: a longing
orexis {f} :: an appetite
orfanus {m} :: orphan
Orfitus {prop} {m} :: A Roman cognomen — famously held by:
Orfitus {prop} {m} :: Servius Cornelius Orfitus, a Roman consul
Orfius {prop} {m} :: a Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name" famously held by:
Orfius {prop} {m} :: Marcus Orfius, a Roman tribune
organa {np} [New Latin] :: an organ (musical instrument)
Organa {prop} {f} :: Hormuz (island in the Strait of Hormuz)
organicus {m} :: musician, instrumentalist
organicus {adj} :: instrumental
organicus {adj} :: organic
organismus {m} :: organism
organizandus {v} :: which is to be organized
organizans {v} :: organizing
organizaturus {v} :: about to organize
organizatus {v} :: organized
organizo {v} [Mediaeval Latin] :: I organize
organum {n} :: an implement, instrument, tool
organum {n} :: any musical instrument
Orgas {prop} {m} :: A little tributary of the Maeander in Phrygia
Orgetorix {prop} {m} :: A wealthy aristocrat among the Helvetii
orgia {noun} :: a nocturnal festival in honor of Bacchus, accompanied by wild bacchanalian cries; the feast or orgies of Bacchus
orgia {noun} [in general] :: any secret frantic revels, orgies
Orgia {prop} {f} :: A town of the Ilergetes mentioned by Ptolemy
Orgocyni {prop} {mp} :: A tribe of Crimea mentioned by Pliny
Orgus {prop} {m} :: A river of Gallia Cisalpina, now the Orco
Oribasius {prop} :: A Greek medical writer
orichalcum {n} :: yellow copper ore, or an alloy of gold and copper
orichalcum {n} :: a mythical mineral
orichalcum {n} [Late Latin, Medieval Latin, poetic] :: brass (or brass objects)
oricilla {f} :: earlobe
oricilla {f} :: external part of the ear
oricla {f} [Vulgar Latin] :: ear
oricula {f} :: alternative spelling of auricula
Oricus {prop} {m} :: a city and harbour of Illyricum situated at the mouth of the river Aous
oriens {v} :: rising
oriens {v} :: appearing
oriens {v} :: originating
oriens {m} :: daybreak, dawn, sunrise
oriens {m} :: east
orientalis {adj} :: of the east
orientalis {adj} :: rising
orificium {n} [Late Latin] :: opening, orifice
origanum {n} :: oregano
origanum {n} :: marjoram
originalis {adj} :: original
originaliter {adv} :: originally
originarius {adj} [post-Classical] :: original, native
originarius {adj} [post-Classical, of a dependant] :: whose status is determined by birth
originarius {adj} [Medieval Latin] :: primitive
originarius {m} [post-Classical] :: an original inhabitant, a native; in the plural, aborigines
originarius {m} [post-Classical] :: a hereditary tenant of a servile status, a serf
origo {f} :: a beginning, an origin
Orion {prop} {m} [Greek mythology] :: Orion
Orion {prop} {m} [constellation] :: The constellation Orion
orior {v} :: I rise, get up
orior {v} :: I appear, become visible
orior {v} :: I am born, come to exist, originate
Orippo {prop} {m} :: A town in Hispania Baetica, on the road from Gades to Hispalis
oritis {f} :: An unknown precious stone
oriundus {adj} :: descended from
oriundus {adj} :: born in
Oriundus {prop} {m} :: A river of Illyria mentioned by Pliny
ormenos {m} :: A variety of samphire
Orminium {prop} {n} :: A mountain of Bithynia
ornamentum {n} :: equipment, apparatus, furniture
ornamentum {n} :: decoration, ornament, embellishment
ornamentum {n} :: adornment, (plural) regalia
ornamentum {n} :: jewel
ornandus {v} :: which is to be furnished, adorned
ornans {v} :: furnishing, equipping
ornans {v} :: adorning, decorating
ornans {v} [figuratively] :: honoring, commending, praising
ornatior {adj} :: better equipped or furnished
ornatior {adj} :: more decorated
ornatissimus {adj} :: highly adorned, decorated or ornate
ornatrix {f} :: a hairdresser
ornaturus {v} :: about to prepare etc
ornatus {v} :: furnished, equipped, having been furnished
ornatus {v} :: adorned, decorated, having been adorned
ornatus {v} [figuratively] :: honored, commended, having been praised
ornatus {m} :: a furnishing, preparing
ornatus {m} :: an act of adornment, embellishment, decoration
ornatus {m} :: fancy dress or apparel
ornatus {m} :: accoutrements, furniture
ornatus {m} :: an ornament, decoration, or feature
Orniaci {prop} {mp} :: A tribe of Hispania Tarraconensis, whose main town was Intercatia
ornithologia {f} [New Latin] :: ornithology (scientific study of birds)
ornithorhynchus {m} [New Latin] :: The taxonomic genus Ornithorhynchus
ornithorhynchus {m} [by extension] :: A platypus
orno {v} :: I furnish, equip, prepare
orno {v} :: I adorn, ornament, decorate
orno {v} [figuratively] :: I honor, commend, praise
ornus {f} :: an ash tree
ornus {f} :: a lance made of the wood of an ash
oro {v} :: I orate, deliver a speech
oro {v} :: I plead, beg
oro {v} :: I pray, entreat
Oroanda {np} :: a town of Pisidia situated near the lake Trogitis
Orobii {prop} {mp} :: A tribe of Gallia Cisalpina who founded, according to Cato, Bergomum and Comum
Orobis {m} :: A river of Gallia Narbonensis which flows into the Mediterranean Sea, now the river Orb
orobus {m} :: The bitter vetch
Orodes {prop} {m} :: A king of the Parthians who captured Crassus
Orodes {prop} {m} :: A king of the Colchians
Orodes {prop} {m} :: A king of the Albanians
Oromazes {prop} {m} [Zoroastrianism] :: Ahura Mazda
Orontes {prop} {m} :: Orontes
Oropus {prop} {m} :: a town on the borders of Attica and Boeotia, situated on a plain formed by the river Asopus
Orosines {prop} {m} :: A river of Thrace mentioned by Pliny
orphanus {noun} :: orphan
orphanus {adj} :: orphan
Orpheus {prop} {m} :: Orpheus
Orpheus {adj} :: Orphean
Orsinus {prop} {m} :: A tributary river of the Maeander
orsorius {adj} :: loom (attributive)
orsurus {v} :: about to begin
orsus {v} :: begun
orthodoxus {adj} :: orthodox
orthogonalis {adj} :: orthogonal
orthogonaliter {adv} :: orthogonally
orthogonius {adj} :: right-angled
orthogonius {adj} :: rectangular
orthogonius {adj} :: orthogonal
orthographia {f} :: orthography
orthopsilosis {adj} [New Latin] :: A specific epithet for a fungus
Orthosia {prop} {f} :: A town of Phoenicia near the river Eleutherus and contiguous to the town of Zimyra
Orthosia {prop} {f} :: A town of Caria on the left bank of the Maeander
Ortona {prop} {f} :: A city of Latium, situated near the borders with the territory of the Aequi
Ortona {prop} {f} :: A town of the Frentani situated on the Adriatic coast, now Ortona
Ortoplinia {prop} {f} :: a coastal town of Liburnia, whose ruins are situated near the town of Jablanac
ortus {v} :: risen
ortus {v} :: appeared
ortus {v} :: originated
ortus {m} :: a sunrise
Ortygia {prop} {f} :: A small island situated in front of the great harbour of Syracusae
ortygometra {f} :: quail (especially the leader of such a flock)
ortyx {f} :: quail
ortyx {f} :: a kind of plant
Orxines {prop} {m} :: A noble Persian present at the battle of Gaugamela
oryctognosia {f} [New Latin] :: oryctognosy
oryctologia {f} [New Latin] :: oryctology
oryx {m} :: antelope, gazelle
oryx {m} :: wild goat
oryx {m} :: wild bull or ox
oryza {f} [Late Latin] :: rice
os {n} :: mouth
os {n} :: face, appearance, head
os {n} [poetic] :: speech
os {n} :: opening, entrance
os {n} :: bone
os {n} :: heartwood
os {n} :: the hard or innermost part of trees or fruits
os {n} :: framework of discourse
O.S. {noun} :: [eyewear] O.S. (oculus sinister) (the left eye from the patient's point of view)
OS {noun} :: oculus sinister - left eye
Osca {prop} {f} :: An ancient city in Hispania Tarraconensis, now Huesca
Osca {prop} {f} :: A city in Hispania Baetica
Oscela {prop} {f} :: The chief town of the Lepontii, now Domodossola
oscen {mf} :: any bird by whose song or cries (rather than flight) augurs divined omina
Oscidates {prop} {m} :: A Celtic tribe of Aquitania mentioned by Pliny
oscillatio {f} :: swinging
oscillatio {f} :: oscillation
oscillum {n} :: a little cavity in the middle of leguminous fruits, where the germ sprouts forth
oscillum {n} :: a little mask of Bacchus, hung from trees, so as to be easily moved by the wind
oscillum {n} :: swing
oscitabundus {adj} [post-classical] :: gaping, yawning
oscitans {adj} :: listless, sluggish, sleepy
oscitanter {adv} :: listlessly, sleepily
oscitantissime {adv} :: superlative of oscitanter
oscitantius {adv} :: comparative of oscitanter
oscito {v} :: I open my mouth, gape
oscito {v} :: I open out, unfold
oscito {v} :: I gape with weariness, yawn
oscoumbricus {adj} :: Osco-Umbrian
osculabundus {adj} [with accusative] :: kissing
osculans {v} :: kissing
osculatio {f} :: a kissing; kiss
osculatio {f} [medicine] :: the inosculation of blood vessels
osculatus {v} :: kissed
osculo {v} :: I kiss
osculor {v} :: I kiss
osculor {v} :: I embrace, value
osculum {n} :: a kiss
osculum {n} :: a little mouth
Oseas {prop} {m} :: alternative spelling of Hōsēās
Osee {prop} {m} :: alternative form of Hōsēās
Oseriates {prop} {m} :: A tribe of Pannonia, mentioned by Pliny
Osi {prop} {mp} :: A tribe of Germania mentioned by Tacitus
Osiander {prop} {m} :: surname
Osiander {prop} {m} :: Andreas Osiander (1498–1552), German Lutheran theologian
Osismi {prop} {mp} :: A Celtic tribe of Gallia Lugdunensis, whose chief town was Vorganium
Osmida {prop} {f} :: A district of Crete
osmium {n} :: osmium
os opprime {interj} :: peace!, silence!, enough!
Osphagus {prop} {m} :: A river of Macedonia and tributary river of the Erigon
Osroene {prop} {f} [geography] :: Osroene
Ossa {prop} {f} :: A mountain of Thessaly, separated from the Olympus by the valley of Tempe
ossarium {n} :: alternative form of ossuarium ("ossuary")
Osset {prop} {?} :: A town in Hispania Baetica
ossifragus {adj} :: bone-breaking
ossifragus {m} :: osprey, sea eagle
Ossigi {prop} {n} :: A city in Hispania Baetica
ossilago {f} :: A callus; a kind of tumor
Ossonoba {prop} {f} :: A city in Lusitania, the modern Faro
ossuarium {n} :: A receptacle for the bones of the dead, charnel house, ossuary
ossuarius {adj} :: Of or for bones
ossum {n} :: bone (dead)
ossum {n} :: kernel, stone (of a nut, fruit)
ossuosus {adj} :: full of bones
ostendendus {v} :: which is to be exhibited
ostendens {v} :: exposing, exhibiting
ostendo {v} :: I expose to view, exhibit, show
ostensio {f} :: presenting, showing, exhibiting
ostensivus {adj} [Late Latin] :: ostensive
ostensus {v} :: alternative form of ostentus
ostentandus {v} :: which is to be exhibited
ostentans {v} :: exhibiting, showing, presenting
ostentans {v} :: showing off, making a boastful display
ostentans {v} :: offering as an example
ostentans {v} :: promising, proffering
ostentans {v} :: holding up in threat, threatening with
ostentans {v} :: pointing out, signifying
ostentatio {f} :: exhibition, display, showing off
ostentaturus {v} :: about to exhibit
ostentatus {v} :: exhibited, shown, having been exhibited
ostentatus {v} :: shown off, having been made a display of
ostentatus {v} :: offered as an example, having been offered as an example
ostentatus {v} :: promised, proffered, having been promised
ostentatus {v} :: held up as a threat, menaced with, having been used to threaten
ostentatus {v} :: pointed out, signified, having been pointed out
ostento {v} :: I exhibit, show, present
ostento {v} :: I show off, make a boastful display of
ostento {v} :: I offer as an example
ostento {v} :: I promise, proffer
ostento {v} :: I hold up as a threat, menace with
ostento {v} :: I point out, signify, reveal
ostentui {adv} :: (merely) for show
ostentum {n} :: portent
ostenturus {v} :: about to exhibit
ostentus {v} :: exposed, exhibited
Osteodes {prop} {f} :: An island situated off the coast of Sicily, probably Ustica
ostes {m} :: A kind of earthquake
ostiarius {adj} :: of or pertaining to a door
ostiarius {m} :: porter, doorman
ostiatim {adv} :: from door to door
ostigo {f} :: a kind of eruption or scab on lambs
ostiolum {n} :: small door
Ostippo {prop} {m} :: A city in Hispania Baetica
ostium {n} :: door
ostium {n} :: entrance
ostium {n} :: estuary
Ostorius {prop} {m} :: a Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name" famously held by:
Ostorius {prop} {m} :: Publius Ostorius Scapula, a Roman consul
Ostra {prop} {f} :: a town of Umbria of uncertain site
ostracias {m} :: A kind of precious stone, probably the hornstone or chalcedony
ostracitis {f} :: The hornstone
ostracitis {f} [mineralogy] :: A kind of cadmia
ostrea {f} :: oyster, mussel
ostrearium {n} :: oyster bed
ostrearius {adj} :: of or pertaining to oysters
ostreatus {adj} :: rough, scabby
ostreosus {adj} :: abounding in oysters
ostreum {n} :: alternative form of ostrea; oyster
ostriago {f} :: An unknown plant
ostrum {n} :: the blood of the sea-snail
ostrum {n} :: the color purple
osurus {v} :: about to hate, about to detest
osurus {v} :: about to dislike; about to be displeased by
-osus {suffix} :: -ose, -ous; full of, prone to. Used to form adjectives from nouns
osus {v} [Ante-Classical Latin] :: alternative form of odi
osyris {f} :: A plant, maybe the goosefoot
Otacilius {prop} {m} :: a Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name" famously held by:
Otacilius {prop} {m} :: Manius Otacilius Crassus, a Roman consul
Otadini {prop} {mp} :: A tribe of Britannia lying south of the Firth of Forth
otagoensis {adj} :: Otago (New Zealand) [attributive]
Otanes {prop} {m} :: A noble Persian and son of Pharnaspes
Otesia {prop} {f} :: a town of Gallia Cisalpina, whose location is unknown
Othinus {prop} {m} [Norse mythology and Heathenry] :: Odin
Otho {prop} {m} :: A Roman cognomen — famously held by:
Otho {prop} {m} :: Lucius Roscius Otho, a Roman tribune
othonna {f} :: An unknown kind of plant of Syria
Othronos {prop} {f} :: An island situated near Corcyra
otiabundus {adj} [post-classical] :: having or enjoying leisure, celebrating a holiday
otion {n} :: A kind of mussel
otiosissimus {adj} :: most or very idle etc
otiositas {f} :: leisure, idleness
otiosus {adj} :: idle
otiosus {adj} :: unemployed
otiosus {adj} :: free from office
otis {f} :: a kind of bustard
otium {n} :: time free from activity: leisure
otium {n} :: time avoiding activity: idleness, inactivity
otium {n} :: peace, quiet
Otrera {prop} {f} [Greek mythology] :: A queen of the Amazons and consort of Ares
otus {m} :: A kind of owl, meaning eared or horned owl
Otus {prop} {m} [Greek mythology] :: Otus, a giant in Greek mythology and brother of Ephialtes
ovalifolius {adj} :: oval-leafed
ovalis {adj} :: Of or pertaining to an ovation
ovalisporus {adj} :: Having oval spores
ovans {v} :: exulting, rejoicing
ovans {v} :: applauding, celebrating with an ovation
ovatus {v} :: exulted, rejoiced, having been exulted
ovatus {v} :: applauded, celebrated with an ovation, having been applauded
ovatus {m} :: a shouting, rejoicing
ovatus {adj} :: ovate, egg-shaped
ovicandus {v} :: which is to be mixed with the white of an egg
ovicans {v} :: mixing with the white of an egg
ovicaturus {v} :: about to mix with the white of an egg
ovicatus {v} :: mixed with the white of an egg
ovico {v} :: I mix with the white of an egg
ovicula {f} :: diminutive of ovis; little sheep
Ovidius {prop} {m} :: The name of a Roman gēns
Ovidius {prop} {m} :: The Roman poet Ovid
Ovilaba {prop} {f} :: a town of Noricum situated on the road from Lauriacum to Augusta Vindelicorum
ovile {n} :: a sheepfold
ovillus {adj} :: Of, belonging, or pertaining to sheep
Ovinius {prop} {m} :: a Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name" famously held by:
Ovinius {prop} {m} :: Ovinius Camillus, a Roman senator
Ovinius {adj} :: of or pertaining to the gens Ovinia
ovinus {adj} :: ovine; sheep (attributive)
ovis {f} :: sheep
ovo {v} :: I exult, rejoice
ovo {v} :: I applaud, celebrate with an ovation
ovum {n} :: egg
oxalis {f} :: A kind of sorrel
Oxia {prop} {f} :: A small island situated near Leucas
oxianus {adj} [New Latin] :: Used as a specific epithet; discovered or native to Persia
oxidum {n} [chemistry] :: oxide
Oxines {prop} {m} :: A small river of Bithynia mentioned by Arrian
Oxonia {prop} {f} :: Oxford, England
oxoniensis {adj} :: Oxonian (of or pertaining to Oxford)
Oxus {prop} {m} :: the Amu Darya river
Oxyartes {prop} {m} :: A nobleman of Bactria and father of Roxana
Oxybii {prop} {mp} :: A Ligurian tribe settled on the coast of Gallia Narbonensis
oxydatum {n} [chemistry] :: oxide
oxydendro {n} [rare, physics] :: anode
oxygenium {n} :: (New Latin) oxygen
oxygenum {n} :: oxygen (chemical element 8)
oxymorus {adj} :: oxymoronic; of or pertaining to a figure of speech in which two words with opposing meanings are used together intentionally for effect, as in the following:
oxymyrsine {f} :: butcher's broom
Oxyntas {prop} {m} :: A son of Jugurtha, led captive by the Romans
Oxyopum {prop} {n} :: A town of Mysia mentioned by Pliny
oxypaederotinus {adj} :: opal-coloured
oxyrhynchus {adj} :: having a pointed snout
oxyrhynchus {adj} :: having a sharp bill
Oxyrynchus {f} :: A town of Lower Egypt famous for a fish that was worshipped her
oxysepalus {adj} :: Having sharp sepals
oxysporus {adj} :: having sharp spores
oxytropis {noun} [New Latin, botany] :: locoweed
Oyslavus {prop} {m} :: given name cognate to Mislav
ozaena {f} :: A kind of polypus
ozaena {f} :: A disease of the nose
Ozolae {mp} :: A tribe of Locris, in Greece
Ozuaei {prop} {mp} :: An Illyrian tribe of Dalmatia