User:Matthias Buchmeier/la-en-p

Definition from Wiktionary, the free dictionary
Jump to navigation Jump to search
p {abbr} :: Publius
p {abbr} :: populus
p {letter} :: letter
P. {prop} {m} :: praenominal abbreviation of Publius
pabillus {m} [Late Latin] :: A small wheelbarrow
pabo {m} [Late Latin] :: A one-wheeled vehicle, wheelbarrow
pabularis {adj} :: Fit, grown or used for fodder
pabularius {adj} :: Of or pertaining to fodder or pasture
pabulatio {f} :: A pasture
pabulatio {f} :: The action of collecting fodder or food, foraging
pabulator {m} :: A forager
pabulatorius {adj} :: Of or for fodder
pabulatus {v} :: fed
pabulor {vi} :: I eat fodder, feed, graze
pabulor {vi} :: I seek fodder, food or subsistence; forage
pabulor {vt} :: I manure, nourish, feed
pabulosus {adj} [Late Latin] :: abounding in fodder
pabulum {n} :: food, nourishment, sustenance
pabulum {n} [of animals] :: fodder, pasture
pabulum {n} [figuratively] :: nourishment for the mind, food for thought
pacalis {adj} :: Of or pertaining to peace, peaceful
Pacarius {prop} {m} :: a Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name" famously held by:
Pacarius {prop} {m} :: Decimus Pacarius, a Roman procurator of Corsica
pacate {adv} :: in a pacified manner, peaceably, quietly
pacatio {f} :: An act of peacemaking, pacification, peace, pacation
pacatissime {adv} :: superlative of pācātē
pacatissimus {adj} :: most or very pacified or subdued
pacatissimus {adj} :: most or very peaceful
pacatius {adv} :: comparative of pācātē
pacator {m} :: A peacemaker, pacifier; subjugator, conqueror, subduer
pacatorius {adj} :: peace-promoting, pacific
pacatum {n} :: A friendly land
pacatus {v} :: made peaceful, quieted, pacified, settled, subdued, having been pacified
pacatus {v} [by extension] :: quiet, calm, tranquil, undisturbed, peaceful
paccagium {n} :: package
Paccius {prop} {m} :: a Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name", famously held by:
Paccius {prop} {m} :: Paccius Antiochus, a Roman physician
Pachynus {prop} {m} [geography] :: A promontory of Sicily that forms its south-eastern point
pachyphyllus {adj} [New Latin] :: thick-leafed; pachyphyllous
Pacida {prop} {f} :: Another name of the Belus River
pacifer {adj} :: peace-bringing, peaceful, pacific; something that makes peace, something that announces peace
pacificans {v} :: pacifying, placating
pacificatio {f} :: An act of peacemaking, pacification, settlement
pacificator {m} :: A peacemaker, pacifier, pacificator
pacificatorius {adj} :: peacemaking, pacificatory, pacific
pacifice {adv} :: in a pacified manner, pacifically, peaceably, quietly
pacifico {vi} :: I make, negotiate or arrange peace
pacifico {vt} :: I pacify, appease, placate
pacificus {adj} :: peacemaking, pacific, peaceable
pacio {f} :: alternative form of pactio
paciscens {v} :: bargaining
paciscor {v} :: I make a bargain, contract or agreement with
paco {v} :: I make peaceful, pacify, quiet, soothe; subdue
Paconius {prop} {m} :: a Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name" famously held by:
Paconius {prop} {m} :: Paconius Agrippinus, a Roman philosopher
Pacorus {prop} :: A king of the Parthians
pacticius {adj} :: agreed upon, arranged, stipulated
pactilis {adj} :: plaited or entwined together, wreathed
pactio {f} :: The act of agreeing or covenanting; an agreement, covenant, contract, bargain, pact, treaty, truce
pactio {f} :: A corrupt bargaining, underhand agreement
pactio {f} :: A marriage contract
pactitius {adj} :: alternative form of pacticius
pactiuncula {f} :: agreement
Pactius {prop} {m} :: A river that flows in Calabria, now the Canale Reale
pactor {m} :: One who makes a contract or treaty; negotiator
pactum {v} :: fastened, fixed
pactum {v} :: planted
pactum {v} :: agreed
pactum {n} :: agreement, bargain
pactum {n} :: pact
Pactumeius {prop} {m} :: a Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name" famously held by:
Pactumeius {prop} {m} :: Publius Pactumeius Clemens, a Roman consul
pacturus {v} :: about to fasten
pactus {v} :: fastened
pactus {v} :: agreed, settled, determined
Pactye {prop} {f} :: A town of Chersonesus in Thrace, siatuated near Cardia
Pacuvius {prop} {m} :: a Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name" famously held by:
Pacuvius {prop} {m} :: Marcus Pacuvius, a famous Roman poet
Pacyris {prop} {m} :: A river of Sarmatia mentioned by Pliny
padi {prop} {mp} :: pitch pines
Padinum {prop} {n} :: A town of Gallia Cisalpina mentioned only by Pliny
Padus {prop} {m} :: the River Po
Padusa {prop} {f} :: One of the mouths of the river Padus
paean {m} :: paean, specifically:
paean {m} [Ancient Greece, historical] :: Hymn to Apollo
paean {m} [by extension] :: Hymn or song of victory or praise
paedagoga {f} :: governess
paedagogatus {m} :: education, instruction
paedagogia {f} :: pedagogy
paedagogianus {adj} :: Of or pertaining to the paedagogium
paedagogium {n} :: A training school for pageboys; the pages' hall
paedagogium {n} [in the plural] :: Pageboys in such an establishment
paedagogo {vt} :: I educate, train, guide, instruct
paedagogus {m} :: A pedagogue, governor
paederastia {f} [Late Latin] :: love of boys, pederasty
paedia {f} :: theory, teaching
paedicandus {v} :: which is to be sodomized
paedicans {v} :: sodomizing
paedicator {m} :: sodomite
paedicaturus {v} :: about to sodomize
paedicatus {v} :: sodomized
paedico {vt} :: I sodomize, commit sodomy with
paedico {m} :: sodomite
paedidus {adj} :: nasty, dirty, filthy, stinking
paedophilia {f} [New Latin, uncountable, rare] :: paedophilia
paedor {m} :: nastiness, filth, dirt
paedor {m} [by extension] :: stink, stench
paegniarius {adj} :: Of or pertaining to play or sport
Paegnium {prop} {m} :: given name, character in the play Persa of Plautus
paelex {f} :: A concubine of a married man, mistress
Paeligni {prop} {mp} :: An Italic tribe who inhabited a region in central Italy
Paemani {prop} {mp} :: A Germanic tribe of Gallia Belgica
paeminosus {adj} :: alternative form of peminosus ("full of cracks")
paene {adv} :: almost, nearly
paene {adv} :: (with negative) scarcely, hardly, barely (ex: paene incredibilia)
paeninsula {f} :: peninsula
paeninsularis {adj} :: peninsular
paenitendus {v} :: which is to be regretted, which is to be repented
paenitens {v} :: regretting, repenting
paenitentia {f} :: repentance, penitence, regret
paenitentialis {adj} :: Of or pertaining to penitence, penitential
paenitentialis {adj} [substantive, religion] :: A priest appointed to hear the confessions of penitents, a confessor
paeniteo {v} :: I cause to repent
paeniteo {v} :: I regret, repent; I am sorry
paeniteo {v} [impersonal] :: [with accusative of person, genitive of thing or infinitive] to regret
paenititus {v} :: regretted, having been regretted, repented, having been repented
paenitudo {f} :: repentance, penitence, regret
paeniturus {v} :: about to regret, about to repent
paenula {f} :: A kind of sleeveless cloak or mantle with an opening for the head, worn on journeys or in rainy weather
paenula {f} [by extension] :: A covering, cover, envelope, protection
paenulam alicui scindo {v} [idiomatic] :: I press one strongly to stay
paenularius {m} :: A maker of paenulae, cloaks, mantles or mantillas
paenulatus {adj} :: wearing a paenula
paenuleus {adj} :: Of or pertaining to the paenula
paenultima {f} :: The penultimate syllable, penult
paenultimus {adj} :: penultimate
paeon {m} [poetry, prosody] :: paeon
paeonia {f} :: peony
Paeoplae {mp} :: An ancient tribe of Paeonia
Paerisades {prop} {m} :: A king of the Bosporan Kingdom
Paesici {prop} {mp} :: An Asturian tribe of Hispania Tarraconensis
Paestum {prop} {n} :: Paestum (ancient town in Italy)
Paesuri {prop} {mp} :: A tribe of Lusitania mentioned by Pliny
paetulus {adj} :: Having a slight cast in the eyes; blinking, winking or squinting slightly
paetus {adj} :: Having a cast in the eyes; blinking, winking or squinting with the eyes
Paetus {prop} {m} :: A Roman cognomen — famously held by:
Paetus {prop} {m} :: Publius Aelius Paetus, a Roman consul
Pagae {prop} {fp} :: a city of Megaris
Pagae {prop} {fp} :: a city of Boeotia
paganicus {adj} :: Of or pertaining to the countryside, rural, rustic
paganicus {adj} [Ecclesiastical Latin] :: Heathenish, pagan
paganismus {m} [Ecclesiastical Latin] :: heathenry, paganism, heathenism
paganismus {m} [rare, poetic] :: heresy, detachment from God
paganitas {f} :: heathenism, paganism
paganus {adj} :: Of or pertaining to the countryside, rural, rustic
paganus {adj} [by extension] :: rustic, unlearned
paganus {adj} [substantive] :: villager, countryman
paganus {adj} [substantive] :: civilian
paganus {adj} [substantive, Ecclesiastical Latin] :: heathen, pagan
Pagasae {prop} {fp} :: A town of Thessaly where the ship Argo was built
pagatim {adv} :: By villages or districts; in every village
pagella {f} :: A small page
pagensis {m} :: peasant, countryfolk
pagina {f} :: a written page, leaf, sheet
pagina interretialis {f} [New Latin] :: web page
paginalis {adj} :: Of or pertaining to a page, paginal
paginatus {adj} :: joined together
paginula {f} :: A small page; short letter
Pagrae {prop} {fp} :: A town of Syria, in the district of Pieria
pagurus {m} :: A kind of crab
pagus {m} :: district, province, region, canton
pagus {m} :: area outside of a city, countryside; rural community
pagus {m} :: country or rural people
pagus {m} [Medieval Latin] :: village
pakistanensis {adj} :: Pakistani
Pakistania {prop} {f} :: Pakistan
pala {f} :: A shovel, spade
pala {f} :: The bezel of a ring
palabundus {adj} :: wandering about, straggling
palacurna {f} :: An ingot or nugget of gold
palaeosibericus {adj} :: Paleosiberian
palaestes {m} :: wrestler
Palaestina {prop} {f} :: Palestine
palaestinensis {adj} :: Palestinian
palaestra {f} :: wrestling school, palaestra; place of exercise; gymnasium
palaestra {f} :: wrestling
palaestra {f} [figuratively] :: rhetorical exercises; school of rhetoric, school
palaestra {f} [figuratively] :: art, skill; dexterity
palaestra {f} [figuratively, in the language of comedy] :: brothel
Palaestra {prop} {f} :: given name, character in the play Rudens of Plautus
palaestrica {f} :: The art of wrestling
palaestrice {adv} :: In the manner of the palaestra
palaestricos {adv} :: In the manner of the palaestra
palaestricus {adj} :: Of or pertaining to the palaestra
palaestricus {adj} [substantive] :: A teacher of the art of wrestling or gymnastics
palaestrita {f} :: The director or manager of a wrestling-school
palaestrita {f} :: A wrestler
palaga {f} :: An ingot or nugget of gold
palam {adv} :: without concealment, openly, publicly, undisguisedly, plainly, unambiguously
palam {prep} :: openly in the presence of someone, openly before someone
palans {v} :: wandering
palans {v} :: dispersing
palara {f} :: An unknown kind of bird
palaris {adj} :: Of or pertaining to pales or stakes
palaris {adj} :: Consisting or involving pales or stakes
palaris {adj} :: Involving wooden swords
palatha {f} :: A dried fruit, usually a fig
palatinus {adj} :: palace, relating to the palace
palatinus {adj} :: palatine, relating to counties palatine
palatinus {adj} :: palatine, relating to the palate
Palatinus {adj} :: Palatine
palatio {f} :: The placing or driving in of pales or stakes
palatium {n} :: A palace, large residence
Palatium {prop} {n} :: One of the seven hills of Rome
Palatua {prop} {f} [Roman god] :: The tutelary goddess of the Palatine
palatum {n} [anatomy] :: The roof of the mouth, palate
palatum {n} :: A sense of taste, palate
palatum {n} [by extension] :: Something which resembles the palate; vault
palatus {m} :: alternative form of palatum ("palate")
palatus {v} :: strayed; dispersed
palavanensis {adj} :: alternative form of palawanensis
palawanensis {adj} :: Palawan (attributive)
palea {f} [usually, in the plural] :: chaff
palea {f} :: The wattles or gills of a cock
palea {f} :: dross
palea {f} :: husk
palea {f} :: straw
palealis {adj} :: Of or pertaining to chaff
palear {n} [usually, in the plural] :: The skin that hangs down from the neck of an ox, dewlap
palear {n} [by extension] :: The throat
palearis {adj} :: Of or pertaining to chaff
palearium {n} :: A place where chaff is stored, chaff-loft
paleatus {adj} :: mixed with chaff
Pales {prop} {f} [Roman god] :: The goddess of shepherds, flocks and livestock
palestinensis {adj} :: alternative form of palaestīnēnsis
Palfurius {prop} {m} :: a Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name" famously held by:
Palfurius {prop} {m} :: Marcus Palfurius Sura, a Roman lawyer
palidulus {adj} :: somewhat pale, pallid
Palilis {adj} :: Of or belonging to Pales
palilogia {f} :: palilogy
palimbacchius {m} :: palimbacchius, antibacchius
palimpissa {f} :: pitch boiled twice, dry pitch
palimpsestus {m} :: A palimpsest; a manuscript scraped clean for reuse
palinodia {f} :: The repetition of a song; recantation, palinode
Palinurus {prop} {m} :: given name, character in the play Curculio of Plautus
paliurus {m} :: Christ's thorn (Paliurus spina-christi)
Paliurus {prop} {m} :: A river of Marmarica forming a marsh
Paliurus {prop} {m} :: A town on this river, near which was a temple of Heracles
palla {f} :: A rectangular piece of cloth worn by ladies in Ancient Rome and fastened with brooches
pallaca {f} :: concubine
palladium {n} :: palladium, one of perhaps several statues of Athena, as in the Iliad and Aeneid, believed to safeguard Troy, and later, various Italian cities
Pallantium {prop} {n} :: A town of Arcadia, situated near Tegea
Pallanum {prop} {n} :: A town of the Frentani, whose exact location is still unknown
Pallene {prop} {f} :: A peninsula and town of Chalcidice, where the battle between gods and giants took place
pallens {v} :: blanching
pallens {v} :: pale, greenish (as an adjective)
palleo {v} :: I am pale; I turn pale, blanch
palleo {v} :: I grow pale, am anxious, am fearful
palleo {v} :: I fade, lose color, change color
pallescens {v} :: fading
pallesco {v} :: I grow pale
palliastrum {n} :: A poor or ragged cloak or mantle
palliatus {adj} :: dressed in a pallium, cloaked
palliatus {adj} [figuratively] :: covered, protected
pallidiceps {adj} :: pale-headed
pallidicornis {adj} :: pale-horned
pallidicostus {adj} :: having pale ribs
pallidior {adj} :: paler, more pallid etc
pallidipennis {adj} :: pale-winged, pale-feathered
pallidipes {adj} :: pale-footed
pallidulus {adj} :: somewhat pale or pallid, palish
pallidus {adj} :: pale, pallid
pallidus {adj} :: that makes or causes a pale condition
pallidus {adj} [by extension] :: musty, moldy
pallidus {adj} [figuratively] :: frightened, pale with fright
pallidus {adj} :: greenish
pallidus {adj} :: in love
pallio {vt} :: I conceal.
palliolatim {adv} [rare] :: with or dressed in a pallium or mantle
palliolatus {adj} :: dressed in a pallium, cloak or mantle
palliolum {n} :: A Greek mantle or cloak
palliolum {n} :: A hood
pallipes {adj} :: pale-footed
pallium {n} :: cloak
pallium {n} :: coverlet
pallor {m} :: a pale color, paleness, wanness, pallor
pallor {m} [by extension] :: mustiness, moldiness, mildew
pallor {m} [by extension] :: dimness, faintness
pallor {m} [by extension] :: a disagreeable color or shape, unsightliness
pallor {m} [figuratively] :: alarm, terror
palma {f} [anatomy] :: palm of the hand, hand
palma {f} [nautical] :: blade of an oar
palma {f} [botany] :: palm tree; date tree
palma {f} [figuratively] :: victory
palma {f} [unit of measure, medieval] :: palm, of various exact values throughout Europe but usually ¼ of the local foot
palma {f} :: a parma; a small shield carried by the infantry and cavalry
palma {f} [poetic] :: any shield
palma {f} [poetic] :: a Threx
Palma {prop} {f} :: Palma (city on Majorca, in the Balearic Islands)
Palmaria {prop} {f} :: A small island of the Tyrrhenian Sea, now called Palmarola
palmaris {adj} :: Measuring the length, width or breadth of a hand or palm
palmaris {adj} :: Full of palms
palmaris {adj} :: That deserves the palmary or prize, superior, excellent
palmarium {n} :: a masterpiece; something that deserves a prize
palmarium {n} [legal] :: the fee of a successful advocate
palmarius {adj} :: Of or pertaining to palm trees
palmarius {m} [Medieval Latin] :: A palmer
palmatias {m} :: a slight earthquake
palmatus {adj} :: decorated with palm branches
palmatus {adj} [New Latin] :: palmate
palmensis {adj} :: Palma (attributive)
palmes {m} :: Young vine shoot or sprig
palmes {m} :: bough, branch
palmetum {n} :: a palm-grove
palmeus {adj} :: Of or made from the palm tree
palmeus {adj} :: Measuring the length, width or breadth of a hand or palm
palmiceus {adj} :: Of or made from the palm tree
palmicius {adj} :: alternative form of palmiceus ("of or made from the palm tree")
palmifer {adj} :: palm-bearing, abounding in palm trees, palmiferous
palmiger {adj} :: palm-bearing, holding a palm-branch
palmipes {adj} :: broad-footed
palmipes {adj} :: web-footed
palmipes {adj} [measure of length] :: a foot and a palmspan
Palmira {prop} {f} :: alt form Palmȳra
palmo {vt} :: I make the print or mark of the palm of the hand
palmo {vt} :: I tie up a vine
palmosus {adj} :: abounding in palm trees
palmula {f} :: diminutive of palma
palmula {f} :: the palm of the hand
palmula {f} [by extension] :: the fruit of the palm tree; date
palmula {f} [figuratively] :: blade of an oar
palmula {f} [figuratively] :: the wing of a bird
palmularis {adj} :: Of or with the palm of the hand
palmus {m} [anatomy] :: palm
palmus {m} [unit of measure, classical] :: palm, [especially] the Roman palm of about 7.4 cm
Palmyra {prop} {f} :: Palmyra (ancient city in modern Syria, capital of the Palmyrene Empire)
palo {vt} :: I support with stakes, pales or props, prop up
Palo {prop} {m} :: A river in Italy
palor {v} :: I wander up and down or about, straggle, stray; I am dispersed
palpabilis {adj} [Late Latin] :: that can be touched or felt, palpable
palpalis {adj} :: having (characteristic or unusual) palps; palpal
palpamen {n} [Late Latin] :: a stroking, caressing
palpamentum {n} :: a stroking; flattering
palpatio {f} :: The act of stroking or flattering, flattery
palpatio {f} [Ecclesiastical Latin] :: Trembling, terror
palpator {m} :: stroker
palpator {m} [figuratively] :: cajoler, flatterer
palpebra {f} [anatomy] :: eyelid
palpebra {f} [in the plural] :: eyelashes
palpebralis {adj} :: Of or on the eyelids
palpebraris {adj} :: Of or for the eyelids
palpebratio {f} [of the eyes] :: blinking
palpebratus {adj} :: eyebrowed
palpebro {vi} :: I wink frequently, blink
palpitatio {f} :: A frequent and rapid motion, trembling, throbbing, pulsating, palpitation, quivering, twitching
palpito {vi} :: I move frequently and quickly, tremble, throb, pulsate, palpitate
palpo {v} :: I touch softly, stroke, pat
palpo {v} [by extension] :: I caress, flatter, coax, wheedle; soothe
palpo {m} :: flatterer
palpus {m} :: palm of the hand
palpus {m} :: feeler (of an insect)
Paltus {prop} {f} :: A coastal town of Syria, subject to Aradus
paludamentum {n} :: A military cloak or cape fastened at one shoulder
paludatus {adj} :: dressed in a military cloak or cape
paludester {adj} [Late Latin] :: swampy, marshy
paludicolus {adj} :: swamp-dwelling
paludifer {adj} :: marsh-making, swamp-making
paludivagus {adj} :: wandering about or among morasses
paludosus {adj} :: swampy, marshy, fenny, boggy
palumbarius {n} :: A kind of hawk which attacks doves
palumbes {mf} :: woodpigeon; ring dove
palumbinus {adj} :: Of, pertaining to or derived from wood pigeons
palumbulus {m} [endearing] :: a little wood pigeon or dove
palumbus {m} :: alternative form of palumbes ("wood pigeon")
palus {f} :: swamp, marsh, morass, bog, fen, pool
palus {m} :: stake, prop, stay, pale, post
paluster {adj} :: swampy, marshy; boggy
Pamisus {prop} {m} :: The chief river of Messenia
Pamisus {prop} {m} :: A river in Thrace
pammacharius {m} :: The victor in the pammachum
pammachum {n} :: An athletic contest consisting of wrestling and boxing; pankration
Pamphia {prop} {f} :: a town of Aetolia situated between Metapa and Thermum
Pamphylia {prop} {f} :: Pamphylia (region in Asia Minor, first a country and then part of a Roman province)
pampinarium {n} :: A non-fruiting shoot growing from a vine; tendril-branch, leaf-branch
pampinarius {adj} [of a vine] :: Of or pertaining to tendrils or leaves; that has tendrils and leaves
pampinatio {f} :: The act of removing or trimming superfluous tendrils, shoots and growth of vines
pampinator {m} :: One who removes or trims superfluous tendrils, shoots and growth of vines, vine-trimmer
pampinatus {v} :: pruned of superfluous tendrils, shoots and growth of vines, having been pruned
pampinatus {adj} :: having tendrils or leaves
pampinatus {adj} :: tendril-shaped, tendril-like
pampineus {adj} :: Full or consisting of vine leaves, tendrils or foliage
pampino {vt} :: I prune of superfluous tendrils, shoots and growth of vines; trim, prune
pampino {vt} :: I trim or prune trees
pampinosus {adj} :: full of shoots or foliage, leafy, branchy
pampinus {mf} :: foliage of a vine, vine-shoot, vine leaf
pampinus {mf} [by extension, of any plant] :: tendril; shoot
panaca {f} :: A kind of drinking vessel
panacea {f} :: A particular kind of plant, believed to cure all diseases
panacea {f} :: panacea, catholicon
panacinus {adj} :: made of the panacea
Panama {prop} {f} :: [New Latin] Panama
panamensis {adj} :: Panamanian
panariolum {n} :: a small breadbasket
panarium {n} :: a breadbasket
panarius {m} :: a bread seller
Panathenaica {prop} {np} [historical] :: The Panathenaea
panax {m} :: a kind of plant
pancarpineus {adj} :: consisting or composed of all kinds of fruit
pancarpius {adj} :: consisting or composed of all kinds of fruit
pancarpius {adj} [by extension] :: of all sorts
pancarpus {adj} :: alternative form of pancarpius ("composed of all kinds of fruit")
panchrestarius {m} :: a confectioner
panchrestus {adj} [of remedies] :: good or useful for everything, universal
panchrus {m} :: A variegated kind of precious stone
pancratiastes {m} :: a combatant in the pancratium, a pancratiast
pancratice {adv} :: In the manner of a combatant in the pancratium
pancratium {n} :: A gymnastic contest, which is a blend of wrestling and boxing, pankration
pancratium {n} :: chicory
pancratium metrum {n} :: Pancratian meter, a trochaic meter consisting of hypercatalectic monometer
pancturus {v} :: about to fasten
panctus {v} :: fastened
Panda {prop} {m} :: A river of Scythia mentioned by Tacitus
pandandus {v} :: which is to be bent
pandans {v} :: spreading
Pandataria {prop} {f} :: A small island in the Tyrrhenian Sea, lying opposite to the mouth of the Vulturnus, now Ventotene
pandatio {f} [of wood] :: The act of warping or sagging
pandaturus {v} :: about to bend
pandatus {v} :: bent
pandectes {m} :: A book that contains everything, encyclopedia
pandemus {adj} :: affecting all the people, public, general
pandendus {v} :: which is to be spread
pandens {v} :: spreading
pandia {f} :: A kind of precious stone
pandiculor {v} :: I stretch myself
pando {v} :: I spread or open (out), extend
pando {v} :: I unfold or expand
pando {v} :: I spread out to dry
pando {vt} :: I bend, curve anything
pando {vi} :: I bend (myself)
Pandosia {prop} {f} :: An ancient city in Epirus, on the Acheron, now Kastri
Pandosia {prop} {f} :: A city of the Bruttians, near the modern Mendocino
Paneas {f} :: A city in the north of Palestine situated on one of the sources of the River Jordan
Panegyris {prop} {m} :: given name, character in the play Stichus of Plautus
panerastos {f} :: alternative form of paneros
paneros {f} [mineralogy] :: a precious stone reputed to make the bearer fruitful
Pangaeus {prop} {m} :: A mountain of Macedonia stretching from the right bank of the Strymon to the city of Amphipolis
pangendus {v} :: which is to be fastened
pangens {v} :: fastening
pango {v} :: I fasten, fix, set, especially drive, sink, force in
pango {v} [metonymically] :: I set, plant
pango {v} [transferred] :: I beget (children)
pango {v} [figuratively, of compositions] :: I compose, write
pango {v} [figuratively, of actions] :: I celebrate, tell of, record, compose accounts of
pango {v} [figuratively] :: I fix, determine, settle, especially—
pango {v} :: I agree upon; I covenant, agree, stipulate, contract [only in perfect forms]
pango {v} [of marital matters] :: I promise, pledge, engage to do, undertake to perform
pangonus {m} :: An unknown kind of precious stone
panicellus {m} :: a small loaf
paniceus {adj} :: made of bread
panicium {n} :: anything baked; bread, cakes
panicium {n} :: foxtail millet
panicoctarius {adj} [Late Latin] :: bread-making
panicula {f} :: tuft (on a plant); panicle
panicula {f} :: tuft of reeds used for thatch
panicula {f} :: swelling, tumour
paniculata {adj} [New Latin] :: A specific epithet for many plants that have tufts
paniculatus {adj} [New Latin] :: Used as a specific epithet, tufted
panicum {noun} :: Italian millet, foxtail millet (Setaria italica), panicgrass
panifex {m} :: a baker, breadmaker
panifica {f} :: a female baker
panificium {n} :: bread making
panificium {n} :: anything baked; bread, cakes
panificium {n} :: loaf
panis {m} :: bread, loaf
panis {m} [figuratively] :: food or nourishment in general, whether physical or spiritual
panis {m} :: a mass in the shape of a loaf
paniscus {noun} [New Latin] :: small chimpanzee
Paniscus {prop} {m} :: A rural deity in the form of a small Pan
Pannonia {prop} {f} :: Pannonia
pannus {m} :: cloth
pannus {m} :: rag
pannus {m} :: garment
Panopeus {prop} {m} :: a town of Phocis, situated on the road to Daulis
Panopolis {f} :: A city of Upper Egypt known also as Chemmis
Panormus {prop} {f} :: a city in Sicily, situated on the northern coast of the island, now Palermo
panosus {adj} :: bready, like bread
pansa {m} :: a man with broad feet
Pansa {prop} {m} :: A Roman cognomen — famously held by:
Pansa {prop} {m} :: Gaius Vibius Pansa Caetronianus, a Roman consul
Pantagias {prop} {m} :: A river of Sicily flowing into the sea between Catana and Syracusae
pantex {m} [usually plural] :: belly, paunch, guts
panthera {f} :: a panther
panthera {f} :: the entire catch or capture by a hunter (e.g. of wildfowl)
pantherinus {adj} :: Of or pertaining to a panther; panther-like
Panticapes {prop} {m} :: A river of Scythia, supposed to be the Samara
Pantomatrium {prop} {n} :: A town of Crete situated on the northern coast
pantomima {f} :: pantomime performer (female)
pantomimus {m} :: pantomime performer (male)
panton {m} :: everything
pantotrophus {adj} [New Latin] :: mixotrophic
Pantuleius {prop} {m} :: a Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name" famously held by:
Pantuleius {prop} {m} :: Aulus Pantuleius, a Roman sculptor
panus {m} :: the thread wound upon the bobbin
panus {m} :: a swelling, tumor
panus {m} :: ear of millet
Panysus {prop} {m} :: A river of Thrace flowing in the Black Sea at Odessus
papa {f} :: An infant's cry for food, compare the bua for drinks
papa {m} :: father
papa {m} [ecclesiastical Latin] :: bishop
papa {m} [ecclesiastical Latin] :: The pope (the Roman Catholic bishop of Rome)
papa {m} [ecclesiastical Latin] :: patriarch (in primatial sees, notably Coptic Alexandria)
papabilis {adj} [Church Latin] :: papabile (likely to be elected pope)
papae {interj} :: Cry of pain, alarm, astonishment, or delight
paparium {n} :: pap, baby food
papauer {n} :: alternative typography of papāver
papaver {noun} :: poppy
papaver {noun} :: seed
Paphos {prop} {f} :: alt form Paphus
Paphus {prop} {f} :: Paphos (city in Cyprus)
papilio {m} :: butterfly, moth
papilla {f} [anatomy] :: nipple, teat, breast, papilla
papillatus {adj} :: Having nipples or buds
papillatus {adj} :: Shaped like a nipple or bud
papillosus {adj} :: having nipples, teats or pimples
papillosus {adj} :: having papillae; papillose
Papinius {prop} {m} :: a Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name" famously held by:
Papinius {prop} {m} :: Publius Papinius Statius, a Roman poet
papio {adj} [New Latin] :: baboon-like
Papirius {prop} {m} :: a Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name" famously held by:
Papirius {prop} {m} :: Lucius Papirius Cursor, a Roman general
Papirius {adj} :: of or pertaining to the gens Papiria
Papius {prop} {m} :: a Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name" famously held by:
Papius {prop} {m} :: Gaius Papius Mutilus, a Samnite general
Papius {adj} :: of or pertaining to the gens Papia
papo {v} :: alternative form of pappo
pappo {v} :: I eat, eat pap
Papua {prop} {f} [New Latin] :: Papua
Papua Nova Guinea {prop} {f} :: Papua New Guinea
papuanus {adj} :: Papuan
papuensis {adj} :: Papuan
papula {f} [medicine] :: pustule, pimple
papula {f} :: mote
papyraceus {adj} :: made of papyrus
papyrifer {adj} :: papyrus-bearing, producing papyrus
papyrifer {adj} [New Latin] :: paper-bearing
papyrio {f} :: papyrus marsh
papyrus {mf} :: papyrus [plant]
papyrus {mf} :: a garment made from papyrus
papyrus {mf} :: paper made from papyrus
par {adj} :: even (of a number)
par {adj} :: equal
par {adj} :: like
par {adj} :: suitable
parabalani {mp} [plurale tantum] :: nurses (carers for the sick and the infirm)
parabilis {adj} :: parable (obsolete) obtainable; at hand, available
parabola {f} :: A comparison, illustration, likeness
parabola {f} [Ecclesiastical Latin] :: An allegorical relation, parable; proverb; taunting speech or any speech
parabola {f} [Medieval Latin] :: word
parabolanus {m} :: a (male) sick-nurse, especially in infectious diseases
parabolo {v} [Medieval Latin] :: I make clear by metaphors
parabolo {v} [Medieval Latin] :: I talk; I speak; I communicate using words
parabolo {v} [New Latin] :: I compare
parabolo {v} [Medieval Latin] :: I endanger, I lack regard for, I risk
parabolus {m} :: a daredevil or reckless fellow who exposes himself to danger or who risks his life on any thing
paracletus {m} :: advocate, defender
paracletus {m} :: helper, protector, comforter
paraclitus {m} :: alternative form of paraclētus [representing the Koine Greek pronunciation of η as /i/ as well as the Greek antepenultimate stress]
paradensis {adj} :: Parád, Hungary (attributive)
paradigma {n} :: pattern, example, paradigm
paradisus {m} :: park, orchard
paradisus {m} [ecclesiastical] :: Eden, the paradise home of the first humans
paradisus {m} [ecclesiastical] :: Paradise, the abode of the blessed after death
Paradisus {prop} {m} :: A river of Cilicia mentioned by Pliny
paradoxum {n} :: paradox
paradoxus {adj} :: Contrary to expectation; paradoxical; marvellous, strange
paradoxus {adj} [substantive] :: Someone who, contrary to expectation, has won in both the lucta [a wrestling match] and in the pancratium [a gymnastic contest which included both boxing and wrestling] on the same day
paradoxus {adj} :: uncharacteristic (as a taxonomic epithet)
paraensis {adj} :: Pará (attributive)
Paraetonium {prop} {n} :: Mersa Matruh (port city in modern Egypt)
paraffinum {n} [New Latin] :: paraffin, alkane
paraffinum molle album {n} [New Latin] :: literally: soft, white paraffin; soft, white petroleum jelly; Vaseline; petrolatum. Used in the preparation of pharmaceutical creams and ointments
paraffinum molle flavum {n} [New Latin] :: literally: soft, yellow paraffin; soft, white petroleum jelly; Vaseline; petrolatum
paragauda {f} :: A border, lace, worked on a garment
paragoge {f} [Late Latin, grammar, prosody] :: paragoge
paragraphus {f} {m} :: paragraph
Paraguaia {prop} {f} :: Paraguay
paraguayanus {adj} :: Paraguayan
paraguayensis {adj} :: Paraguayan
paraguensis {adj} :: Paraguayan
parahaemolyticus {adj} :: that sometimes causes haemolysis
paralius {adj} :: that grows by the seaside
parallaxis {f} :: parallax
parallelismus {m} :: parallelism
parallelogrammum {n} [mathematics] :: parallelogram
parallelus {adj} :: parallel
parallelus {adj} :: concentric
paralysis {f} :: paralysis, palsy
paralyticus {adj} :: paralyzed, paralytic
paralyticus {adj} :: palsied
paramecium {n} :: paramecium
paramus {m} :: A fallow field, a wasteland
parandus {v} :: which is to be prepared, arranged
parandus {v} :: which is to be provided, furnished
parandus {v} :: which is to be resolved, purposed
paranensis {adj} :: Paraná (attributive)
parans {v} :: preparing, arranging
parans {v} :: providing, furnishing
parans {v} :: resolving, purposing
paraoccipitalis {adj} [New Latin] :: paroccipital
parapsilosis {adj} [New Latin] :: A specific epithet for a fungus
parapsis {f} :: serving dish
parasceue {f} :: alternative form of parascēvē
parasceve {f} [proper noun] :: Good Friday
parasceve {f} [common noun] :: any Friday, without especial significance
parasitaster {m} :: a mean, sorry parasite
parasiticus {adj} :: parasitic
parasitus {m} :: guest
parasitus {m} :: sponger, parasite
paratior {adj} :: better prepared or arranged
paratissimus {adj} :: most or very prepared
paratuberculosis {adj} :: That does not normally produce tubercules
paraturus {v} :: about to prepare, arrange
paraturus {v} :: about to provide, furnish
paraturus {v} :: about to resolve, purpose
paratus {v} :: prepared, arranged, having been prepared or arranged
paratus {v} :: provided, furnished, having been provided or furnished
paratus {v} :: resolved, purposed, having been resolved or purposed
paratus {m} :: preparation, provision
paraveredus {m} [Late Latin] :: An extra horse; post horse or courier's horse for outlying or out of the way places
parca {noun} :: one of the goddesses of Fate
Parca {f} :: one of the Fates (one of the three goddesses who control destiny)
parcendus {v} :: which is to be forborne
parcens {v} :: forbearing, sparing
parciloquium {n} :: pauciloquy
parcimonia {f} :: alternative form of parsimonia
parcior {adj} :: more sparing etc
parcissimus {adj} :: most or very sparing etc
parco {v} :: I refrain; I forbear
parco {v} [with dative] :: I am lenient to; I spare
parcus {adj} :: sparing, frugal
parcus {adj} :: scanty, slight
pardalis {adj} :: leopard-
pardalis {f} :: female leopard
Pardalisca {prop} {m} :: given name, character in the play Casina of Plautus
pardinus {adj} :: panther-like
pardus {m} :: pard: a male leopard
pardus {m} [zoology] :: other mottled or spotted animals
pardus {m} :: brown
pareas {m} :: A kind of legendary snake, that creates a furrow anytime it moves
parelion {m} :: parhelion
parendus {v} :: which is to be appeared
parens {mf} :: parent
parens {mf} :: founder, father
parens {adj} :: obedient
parens {adj} :: subject to
parentalis {adj} :: parental
parenticida {m} :: parricide
Parentium {prop} {n} :: a city of Istria situated on the west coast of the peninsula, now Parenzo
parento {v} :: I make a sacrifice in honour of the dead
parento {v} :: I appease or revenge a death
pareo {v} :: I appear, am visible, am apparent
pareo {v} [with dative] :: I obey, submit to, am obedient to
pares cum paribus facillime congregantur {proverb} :: birds of a feather flock together
paricida {mf} :: alternative form of parricīda
pariendus {v} :: which is to be given birth to
pariens {v} :: bearing, giving birth
pariens {v} :: spawning
pariens {v} :: acquiring
paries {m} :: The wall of a house or room
parietalis {adj} :: parietal
parietina {f} [chiefly in the plural] :: Old or ruined walls
Parihedrus {prop} {m} :: A branch of the Mount Taurus mentioned by Pliny
parilis {adj} :: equal, like
parilitas {f} :: equality
pario {v} :: I bear, I give birth to
pario {v} :: I spawn, produce, beget
pario {v} :: I procure, acquire
parior {adj} :: more like, more suitable
Paris {prop} {m} :: Paris
parisianus {adj} :: Parisian
Parisii {prop} {mp} :: A Celtic tribe of Gallia Lugdunensis, whose chief town was Lutetia
parissime {adv} :: most or very equally, suitably
parissimus {adj} :: most or very like, suitable
pariter {adv} :: equally
pariter {adv} :: together
pariter {adv} :: likewise
pariturus {v} :: about to bear (give birth)
paritus {v} :: appeared
parma {f} :: a parma; a small shield carried by the infantry and cavalry
parma {f} [poetic] :: any shield
parma {f} [poetic] :: a Thraex; a gladiator armed with a parma
Parma {prop} {f} :: Parma (city in Italy)
Parmenides {prop} {m} :: Parmenides
Parmenio {prop} {m} :: A distinguished Macedonian general under Philip II and Alexander the Great
parmula {f} [military] :: a small round shield
Parnasos {prop} {m} :: alt form Parnāsus
Parnassos {prop} {m} :: alt form Parnāsus
Parnassus {prop} {m} :: alt form Parnāsus
Parnasus {prop} {m} :: Parnassus (mountain in Greece)
Parnes {prop} {m} :: A range of mountains of Attica famous for its wine
paro {v} :: I prepare, arrange
paro {v} :: I provide, furnish
paro {v} :: I resolve, purpose
paro {v} :: I equalize, make equal
parochus {m} :: purveyor, commissary
paronomasia {f} :: A figure of speech; pun or play on words which sound alike but have different meanings, paronomasia
paronymon {n} [Late Latin] :: paronym
paronymum {n} :: alternative form of parōnymon
Paropamisadae {prop} [historical demography] :: the people of Paropamisus in ancient Afghanistan
Paropamisadae {prop} [historical geography] :: synonym of Paropamisus itself
Paropamisus {prop} [historical geography] :: A region of eastern Afghanistan ruled by the Greeks around the time of Alexander the Great, variously considered a satrapy of Persia, a region of India, and an autonomous people
Paropanisadae {prop} [historical demography and geography] :: synonym of Paropamisadae
Paropus {prop} {m} :: A town in Sicily whose location is still uncertain
Paros {prop} {f} :: One of the Cyclades and birthplace of Archilocus
parotis {f} :: A tumour near the ear
Parparus {prop} {m} :: A mountain of Argolis
parra {f} :: A bird of ill omen; perhaps the barn owl
Parrhasia {prop} {f} :: A town of Arcadia
parricida {mf} :: parricide (person)
parricidium {n} :: parricide (act)
parricus {m} [Medieval Latin] :: fence
parricus {m} [Medieval Latin] :: game park, cattle reserve
parricus {m} [Medieval Latin] :: fenced-in enclosure
pars {f} :: part, piece, share
pars {f} :: some
pars {f} :: faction
pars {f} :: part (theatre)
pars {f} :: function, duty
pars {f} :: fate, lot
pars {f} :: direction
pars {f} [usually, in plural] :: party (politics)
parsimonia {f} :: frugality, thrift, parsimony
pars orationis {f} [grammar] :: part of speech
pars pro toto {f} :: A type of metonymy in which an entity (person, object) is referred to by a (conspicuous) part, for the whole, e.g. a country by its capital
Parstrymonia {prop} {f} :: a tract of country on the Strymon, in Thrace
parsururus {v} :: about to forbear
parsurus {v} :: about to forbear
parsus {v} :: forborne
Partheni {prop} {mp} :: An Illyrian tribe of Macedonia
parthenice {f} :: feverfew (of genus Parthenium)
parthicus {adj} :: Parthian
Parthus {m} :: a Parthian
partialis {adj} [Late Latin] :: of, or pertaining to, a part
partiarius {m} :: a sharer, partaker
partiarius {adj} :: that shares with another
partiarius {adj} :: shared; that is shared with another
partibilis {adj} :: divisible
particeps {adj} :: sharing
participandus {v} :: which is to be partaken of, or participated in
participandus {v} :: which is to be shared or imparted
participans {v} :: partaking
participans {v} :: participating
participans {v} :: sharing
participans {v} :: imparting
participatio {f} :: participation
participialis {adj} [grammar] :: participial, or the nature of a participle
participialiter {adv} :: participially; in the manner of a participle
participium {n} :: a sharing, partaking, participation
participium {n} [grammar] :: participle
participo {v} :: I partake of
participo {v} :: I participate in
participo {v} :: I share
participo {v} :: I impart
particula {f} :: small part, particle
particularis {adj} :: particular
particularis {adj} :: partial
particulatim {adv} :: piecemeal
particulatim {adv} :: singly
particulatim {adv} :: severally
partiendus {v} :: which is to be apportioned
partiens {v} :: apportioning
partilis {adj} :: individual
partim {adv} :: partly, in part, a part, some of, some
partim {adv} :: literally
partim {adv} [ante-Classical] :: for the most part, chiefly, principally
partim {adv} [Late Latin, of time] :: sometimes
partio {v} :: I share, part, apportion; divide, distribute
partio {f} :: The act of giving birth or bearing or bringing forth young
partior {v} :: alternative form of partio ("I share"; "distribute")
partitio {f} :: The act of sharing or parting; partition, division, distribution
partitio {f} [philosophy and rhetoric] :: A logical division into parts or heads, classification, partition
partitudo {f} :: parturition
partiturus {v} :: about to apportion
partitus {v} :: shared, parted, distributed, divided, having been shared
parturibundus {adj} :: in labor, giving birth
parturiens {v} :: giving birth
parturio {v} :: I am in labour
parturio {v} :: I am pregnant
partus {v} :: born, given birth to, having been born
partus {v} :: gained, acquired, having been acquired
partus {m} :: A bearing, bringing forth
partus {m} :: A birth, delivery
partus {m} :: Young, offspring
parum {adv} :: very little, insufficient
parumper {adv} :: briefly
parumper {adv} :: quickly
parus {m} :: tit [bird]
parus {m} :: chickadee
parviflorus {adj} :: having small flowers
parvifolius {adj} :: small-leafed
parvipendens {v} :: slighting
parvipendo {v} :: I slight (pay little attention to)
parvirostris {adj} [New Latin] :: Used as a specific epithet; having a small beak
parvitas {f} :: smallness, littleness
parvitas {f} :: unimportance, insignificance
parvolus {adj} :: alternative form of parvulus
parvulus {adj} :: little, petty, slight, unimportant
parvulus {adj} :: young
parvulus {adj} :: insufficient
parvulus {adj} :: indiscreet
parvulus {adj} :: deficient in understanding
parvulus {m} :: infancy, childhood
parvus {adj} :: small, little, cheap
parvus {adj} :: ignorable, unimportant
pascendus {v} :: which is to be fed
pascens {v} :: feeding, nourishing
pascens {v} :: pasturing
pascens {v} :: cultivating
pascens {v} :: grazing
pascha {f} :: Pascha / Passover or Easter
pascha {f} :: the Paschal Lamb
paschalis {adj} :: Paschal; of or pertaining to Easter or the Passover
pascito {v} :: I pasture or feed often
pasco {v} :: I feed, nourish, maintain, support
pasco {v} :: I pasture, drive to pasture, attend
pasco {v} :: I feed, supply, cultivate, let grow
pasco {v} [of animals] :: I graze, browse
pasco {v} [figuratively] :: I feast, delight, satisfy, feed, gratify
pasco {v} :: I consume, lay waste, ravage, desolate
pascualis {adj} :: pasturing, grazing
pascuus {adj} :: Of or for pasture, grazing
Pasicompsa {prop} {m} :: given name, character in the play Mercator of Plautus
passarius {adj} :: dried (in the open air)
Passaron {prop} {m} :: The ancient capital of the Molossi in Epirus
passer {m} :: sparrow
passerculus {m} :: a little sparrow
passerculus {m} :: a term of endearment
passerinus {adj} :: of or fit for a sparrow
passerinus {adj} [New Latin] :: sparrow-like
passibilis {adj} :: passible (capable of feeling emotions)
Passienus {prop} {m} :: a Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name" famously held by:
Passienus {prop} {m} :: Lucius Passienus Rufus, a Roman consul
passim {adv} :: everywhere (almost synonymous to ubique)
passim {adv} :: here and there, hither and thither; (at or to different places)
passio {f} :: suffering, enduring
passio {f} [Late Latin, Christianity] :: passion (especially of Christ)
passio {f} [by extension] :: an event, occurrence, phenomenon
passio {f} [by extension] :: a passion, affection (as a translation of Greek πάθος (any strong feeling, passion))
passionatus {adj} :: Full of passion
passito {vi} [of starlings] :: I cry
passum {n} :: A kind of alcoholic wine made with dried grapes
passurus {v} :: about to spread
passurus {v} :: about to suffer
passus {v} :: dried
passus {m} :: step
passus {m} :: pace
passus {m} :: pace: a Roman unit of length equal to five Roman feet
passus {v} :: suffered, having suffered
passus {v} :: allowed, having allowed
passus {v} :: permitted, having permitted
pasta {f} [Late Latin] :: paste
pastazanus {adj} :: Pastaza (in Ecuador) (attributive)
pastellus {m} :: a seal made of wax
pastinaca {f} :: parsnip
pastinaca {f} :: stingray
pastino {v} :: I dig and level the ground in preparation for planting
pastinum {n} :: A kind of two-pronged dibble
pastinum {n} :: The action of hoeing
pastinum {n} :: A hoed soil or field
pastio {f} :: a pasturing, grazing; pasture
pastoforium {n} :: alternative form of pastophorium
pastophorium {n} :: a small chapel in a temple containing an image of a god
pastor {m} :: A person who tends sheep; shepherd
pastor {m} :: A Christian who takes care of the spiritual needs of other Christians
pastoralis {adj} :: shepherd (attributive), pastoral
pastoricius {adj} :: herdsman / shepherd (attributive); pastoral
pastrix {f} [Medieval Latin] :: A female pastor
pastura {f} :: pasture, grazing ground
pasturus {v} :: about to feed
pastus {v} :: fed, nourished
pastus {v} :: pastured
pastus {m} :: pasture, feeding ground
patagium {n} :: A gold edging on a Roman tunic
patagonicus {adj} :: Patagonian
patagus {m} :: a sort of disease
Patara {np} :: a maritime city of Lycia, celebrated for its temple of Apollo
patata {f} [New Latin] :: potato
Patavium {prop} {n} :: Padua (city in Italy)
patefaciendus {v} :: which is to be thrown open or disclosed
patefaciens {v} :: opening, throwing open
patefaciens {v} :: disclosing
patefacio {v} :: I open, throw open
patefacio {v} [figuratively] :: I disclose, bring to light
patefaciundus {v} :: which is to be thrown open or disclosed
patefacturus {v} :: about to open, disclose
patefactus {v} :: opened
patefactus {v} :: disclosed
patella {f} :: a small or shallow pan or dish
patella {f} :: the kneecap, patella
patella {f} :: a disease of the olive tree
patellifer {adj} [New Latin] :: producing plates
patellula {f} [New Latin] :: patellula
patelluliformis {adj} [New Latin] :: having the form of a patellula, patellula-shaped
patens {v} :: being opening; open
patens {v} :: being accessible; accessible, passable
patens {v} :: being exposed; vulnerable
patens {v} :: evident, manifest
patens {adj} :: open, accessible
patentior {adj} :: more open or accessible
patentissimus {adj} :: most or very open or accessible
pateo {v} :: I am open
pateo {v} :: I am accessible, attainable
pateo {v} :: I am exposed, vulnerable
pateo {v} :: I increase or extend (said of frontiers or land)
pater {m} :: father (male parent)
pater {m} :: head of household
pater {m} :: parent
pater {m} :: forefather
pater {m} :: honorific title
patera {f} :: A broad, flat dish or saucer, used especially for libations
pater familias {m} :: head of household
Pateria {prop} {f} :: A deserted island mentioned by Pliny
paternalis {adj} [Late Latin, Medieval Latin] :: Of or pertaining to a father, paternal
paternitas {f} [Late Latin] :: fatherly feeling or care; fatherhood, paternity
paternitas {f} [Late Latin] :: parental descent from the father's side
Pater noster {prop} :: The Lord's prayer (literally our father)
paternus {adj} :: Of or pertaining to a father, paternal, fatherly
paternus {adj} :: Related through the father, or his side of the family, paternal
paternus {adj} :: Of or pertaining to one's forefathers, ancestral
paternus {adj} :: Of or connected with one's origin or birthplace, native
pater semper incertus est {phrase} :: "The father is always uncertain" (i.e., the identity of a child’s father is always in question)
patesco {v} :: I am opening, being revealed, being disclosed
patesco {v} :: I become known
patesco {v} :: I extend or stretch out
pathetice {adv} :: pathetically
patheticus {adj} [post-Classical] :: full of pathos, affecting, pathetic
pathicus {adj} :: (of men) someone submitting to sex (anal sex) or unnatural lust, pathic, lascivious; of catamites, prostitutes or books
pathicus {m} :: sodomite, a person who submits to anal sex
Pathissus {prop} {m} :: A river of Dacia and tributary river of the Danube, probably the Tisza
pathologicus {adj} :: pathological
patibulum {n} :: fork-shaped yoke or gibbet (for criminals)
patiendus {v} :: which is to be endured etc
patiens {v} :: suffering, enduring
patiens {v} :: allowing, acquiescing, submitting
patiens {v} :: patient; long-suffering
patientia {f} :: suffering
patientia {f} :: patience
patientior {adj} :: long-suffering
patientissimus {adj} :: most or very patient, long-suffering etc
patina {f} :: A broad, shallow dish, a pan, stewpan
patina {f} :: A kind of cake
patina {f} :: A crib, manger
patior {v} :: I suffer, endure
patior {v} :: I allow, acquiesce, submit
Patmos {prop} {f} :: Patmos
pator {m} :: opening
Patrae {prop} :: a city of Achaia situated on the coast, now Patras
patrandus {v} :: which is to be accomplished
patrans {v} :: accomplishing
patraster {m} :: father-in-law
patraster {m} :: step-father
patraturus {v} :: about to accomplish
patratus {v} :: accomplished
patria {f} :: country; fatherland [literally]
patria {f} :: home
patriarcha {m} [Late Latin] :: patriarch (all senses)
patriarchalis {adj} :: patriarchal; of or pertaining to a patriarch
patriarchatus {m} :: patriarchate
patriarches {m} :: alternative form of patriarcha
patriarchia {f} :: patriarchate (the dignity of a patriarch)
patriarchia {f} :: a patriarchal church (each of the five great basilicae of Rome)
patrice {adv} :: in the manner of a father, paternally
patriciatus {m} :: The rank of a patrician
patricida {f} :: A patricide
patricius {adj} :: patrician, noble
patricius {m} :: patrician
Patricius {prop} {m} :: given name
patricus {adj} :: Of or pertaining to a father, paternal, fatherly
patrimonium {n} :: inheritance, patrimony
patrimonium {n} :: monetary property
patrimus {adj} :: Having a living father
patrius {adj} :: father's, fatherly, paternal
patrius {adj} :: hereditary; ancestral
patro {v} :: I bring about, accomplish
patro {v} :: I ejaculate
patrocinium {n} :: protection, defence
patrocinium {n} :: patronage
patrocinor {v} :: to protect, defend
Patroclus {prop} {m} :: Patroclus
patrona {f} :: female patron, protector
patronatus {m} [Late Latin] :: patronage
patronus {m} :: a protector, patron
patruelis {mf} :: A cousin-german, first cousin on the father's side; the child of one's father's brother
patruus {m} :: paternal uncle; a father's brother
patruus {m} :: a severe reprover
patruus {adj} :: of or pertaining to a paternal uncle (a father's brother)
pattersonensis {adj} :: Mount Patterson (California) (attributive)
Patulcius {prop} {m} :: an epithet of Janus, because in time of war his temple stood open
Patulcius {prop} {m} :: a Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name", famously held by:
Patulcius {prop} {m} :: Quintus Patulcius, a person mentioned by Cicero
patulus {adj} :: open, wide open, gaping
patulus {adj} :: spread out, extended
patulus {adj} :: common (open to all)
paucidens {adj} :: Having few teeth
pauciflorus {adj} :: having few flowers
paucifolius {adj} :: having few leaves
paucimaculatus {adj} :: having fewer than normal spots
paucimobilis {adj} :: having little movement
paucior {adj} :: fewer
paucior {adj} :: too few
paucior {adj} :: rather few
paucisetus {adj} :: having little bristles
paucissimus {adj} :: fewest, littlest
paucitas {f} :: scarcity, paucity
pauculus {adj} :: very few or little
paucus {adj} :: few, little
Paula {prop} {f} :: given name
paulatim {adv} :: gradually, little by little, bit by bit
paulisper {adv} :: for only a brief period
paullatim {adv} :: Variant of paulatim
paullo {adv} :: somewhat
paullo {adv} :: a little
paullulus {adj} :: alternative form of paululus
paullum {n} :: A little (small amount)
paulo {adv} :: a little
paululus {adj} :: very little or small
paulum {adv} :: little
paulus {adj} :: little, small
Paulus {prop} {m} :: A cognomen of the Aemilius clan
Paulus {prop} {m} :: Paul (biblical character)
pauper {adj} :: poor
pauperasco {v} :: (Late Latin) I grow poor
pauperculus {adj} :: poor
pauperies {f} :: poverty
pauperior {adj} :: poorer
paupero {v} :: I impoverish, I make poor
pauperrimus {adj} :: poorest or very poor
paupertas {f} :: the state of being poor, poverty; need, indigence
paupulo {vi} [of peacocks] :: I call
paurosaccharolyticus {adj} [New Latin] :: saccharolytic for some sugars only
pausa {f} :: a pause, halt, stop, cessation, end
pauso {v} :: I halt, cease, pause
pauso {v} :: I rest in the grave
Pausulae {prop} {fp} :: A town of the Picenum situated on the right bank of the river Flusor
pauxillulus {adj} :: very little, very small
pauxillus {adj} :: small, little
pava {f} :: peahen; also eaten as a delicacy
pavefaciens {v} :: frightening
pavefacio {v} :: I frighten, scare or alarm
pavefacturus {v} :: about to frighten
pavefactus {v} :: frightened
pavens {v} :: trembling or quaking with fear
pavens {v} :: fearing, dreading
Paventia {prop} {f} [Roman god] :: the goddess who guarded children against sudden terrors
paveo {vi} :: I am struck with fear, I am afraid or terrified; tremble or quake with fear
paveo {vt} :: I fear, dread or am terrified by
pavesco {v} :: I become alarmed or afraid
pavibundus {adj} :: fearful, anxious
pavidus {adj} :: trembling, quaking, fearful, terrified, alarmed
pavidus {adj} :: timid, timorous, shy
paviendus {v} :: which is to be beaten
paviens {v} :: beating
pavimentandus {v} :: which is to be paved
pavimentans {v} :: paving
pavimentaturus {v} :: about to pave
pavimentatus {v} :: paved
pavimentatus {adj} :: paved
pavimento {v} :: I pave
pavimentum {n} :: a floor composed of small stones beaten down
pavio {v} :: I beat, strike
pavio {v} :: I ram
pavio {v} :: I tread down
paviturus {v} :: about to beat
pavitus {v} :: beaten
pavo {m} :: peacock, peafowl; a bird associated with Argus and sacred to Hera; eaten as a delicacy
pavoninus {adj} :: of or pertaining to a peacock
pavoninus {adj} :: colored like the tail of a peacock
pavor {m} :: The act of trembling, quaking, throbbing or panting with fear
pavor {m} :: Fear, alarm, terror, fright, panic
pavor {m} :: Fear through expectation, dread, thrill, anxiety, trepidation
pavus {m} :: alternative form of pavo
pax {f} :: peace
pax {f} :: harmony
pax {interj} :: silence! be silent! hush!
paxillus {m} :: peg, pin, small stake
Pax Julia {prop} {f} :: a town of Lusitania situated on the road between Ebora and Esuris, now Beja
pax sit rebus {interj} :: stop talking!, work in silence!
p. Chr. n. {abbr} :: AD (A.D., A. D.; anno Domini)
pe {noun} :: letter: p
-pe {} :: used in the formation of certain words as an intensive particle
peccabilis {adj} [Medieval Latin] :: peccable; liable to sin
peccandus {v} :: which is to sin, transgress or offend
peccans {v} :: sinning, transgressing
peccans {v} :: offending
peccator {m} :: sinner
peccator {m} :: transgressor
peccatrix {f} :: sinner (female)
peccatrix {adj} :: sinning, sinful
peccatum {n} :: sin, error, fault
peccaturus {v} :: about to sin
peccatus {v} :: sinned
pecco {v} :: I sin, transgress
pecco {v} :: I offend
pecorarius {m} :: herdsman, shepherd
pecten {m} :: comb
pectens {v} :: combing
pectens {v} :: carding (fibres)
pectens {v} :: hoeing, weeding
pectinandus {v} :: which is to be combed
pectinans {v} :: combing
pectinaturus {v} :: about to comb
pectinatus {v} :: combed
pectino {v} :: I comb or card
pecto {v} :: I comb
pecto {v} [of wool] :: I card, heckle, comb
pecto {v} [by extension] :: I hoe, weed
pecto {v} [figuratively] :: I give someone a thrashing, thrash
pectorale {n} :: breastplate
pectoralis {adj} :: of or pertaining to the chest or breast
pectus {n} :: chest, breast
pectus {n} [figuratively] :: heart, breast, as the seat of emotion
pectus {n} [figuratively] :: soul, spirit, mind, understanding
pectus {n} :: person, individual (as a being of passion)
pectusculum {n} :: (little) breast
pecu {n} :: cattle
pecu {n} :: domestic animals
pecuarius {adj} :: sheep, cattle (attributive)
pecuinus {adj} :: of cattle, beast-like
peculator {m} :: embezzler
peculatus {m} :: embezzlement of public money or property, peculation
peculiaris {adj} :: private
peculiaris {adj} :: personal
peculiaris {adj} :: peculiar, specific
peculiaris {adj} :: singular, exceptional
peculiariter {adv} :: privately, personally, peculiarly, particularly
peculium {n} :: private property (originally in the form of cattle, but later in the form of savings)
peculor {v} :: I defraud the public; I embezzle public funds
peculor {v} :: I peculate
pecunia {f} :: money
pecunia {f} :: wealth
pecunia {f} :: (figuratively) cash, ready money, liquid wealth
pecunia non olet {phrase} :: The value of money is not affected by the business it comes from, even from the most unpleasant one
pecuniarius {adj} :: money (attributive), pecuniary
pecuniosior {adj} :: richer, wealthier
pecuniosissimus {adj} :: richest, most or very wealthy
pecuniosus {adj} :: moneyed, rich, wealthy
pecuniosus {adj} :: gainful
pecus {n} [zoology] :: A group of large domestic animals: a herd of cattle, horses, or donkeys; such animals in a collective sense: cattle and equines
pecus {n} [zoology, figuratively] :: Any other group of animals, imagined as a herd or flock; such animals collectively exclusive of humanity: beasts
pecus {n} [pejorative] :: A mindless group of people: "cattle", "sheep", rabble, the mob
pecus {n} [zoology, Late Latin] :: Any individual animal, conceived as a member or usual member of a flock or herd
pecus {f} :: A single herd animal, especially a head of cattle, a horse
pecus {f} :: A single animal, a beast, especially smaller livestock or livestock taken generally
pecus {f} [pejorative] :: A mindless or violent person: a brute, an animal
pedagogus {m} :: alternative form of paedagogus
Pedalie {prop} {f} :: A town of Cilicia situated near Pinare, mentioned only by Pliny
pedalis {adj} :: foot (attributive)
pedalis {adj} :: measuring a foot
pedarius {adj} :: foot (attributive)
pedarius {adj} :: measuring a foot long
pedatim {adv} :: step by step, little by little
pedem referre {v} :: to retreat
pedes {m} :: A walker, one who walks
pedes {m} :: foot soldiers, infantry
pedes {m} [Later Latin, chess] :: pawn
pedes {adj} :: on foot
pedester {adj} :: walking, pedestrian, on foot
pedester {adj} :: of infantry, foot soldiers
pedester {adj} :: prosaic, commonplace
pede tellurem pulso {v} :: I dance
pedetemptim {adv} :: gradually, cautiously, step-by-step
pedetemptissime {adv} :: superlative of pedetemptim
pedetemptius {adv} :: comparative of pedetemptim
Pedianus {prop} {m} :: A Roman cognomen — famously held by:
Pedianus {prop} {m} :: Quintus Asconius Pedianus, a Roman historian
pedica {f} :: shackle, fetter
pedica {f} :: snare
pedicandus {v} :: alternative form of paedicandus
pedicans {v} :: alternative form of paedicans
pedicator {m} :: alternative form of paedicator ("sodomite")
pedicaturus {v} :: alternative form of paedicaturus
pedicatus {v} :: alternative form of paedicatus
pedicellatus {adj} [New Latin] :: pedicellate
pedicellus {m} [Vulgar Latin, New Latin] :: little foot
pedicellus {m} [Late Latin] :: a little louse
pedico {vt} :: alternative form of paedico ("sodomize")
pedico {m} :: alternative form of paedico ("sodomite")
Pediculi {prop} {mp} :: A tribe of Apulia
pediculo {v} :: I free from lice; delouse
pediculosus {adj} :: lousy; full of lice
pediculus {m} :: A little foot
pediculus {m} [botany] :: A footstalk or pedicel of a fruit or leaf
pediculus {m} :: A louse; sea louse
pediformis {adj} :: having the form of a foot
pediludium {n} [New Latin, sports] :: football (soccer)
pedis {m} :: louse
pedisequa {f} :: (female) attendant
pedisequa {f} :: handmaiden
pedisequus {adj} :: That follows on foot
peditatus {m} :: foot soldier(s), infantry
peditum {n} :: fart
Pedius {prop} {m} :: a Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name" famously held by:
Pedius {prop} {m} :: Sextus Pedius, a Roman jurist
Pedius {adj} :: of or pertaining to the gens Pedia
pedo {v} :: I furnish with feet, foot; prop up trees or vines
pedo {vi} :: I break wind, fart
pedor {m} :: alternative form of paedor
Peducaeus {prop} {m} :: a Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name" famously held by:
Peducaeus {prop} {m} :: Titus Peducaeus, a Roman senator
Peducaeus {adj} :: of or pertaining to the gens Peducaea
peduclus {m} :: alternative form of peduculus, louse
peduculosus {adj} :: lousy; full of lice
peduculus {m} :: louse
pedulis {adj} :: of or for the feet
pedunculatus {adj} :: having a pedicel; pedunculate
pedunculus {m} :: alternative form of pediculus
peganum {n} :: A kind of rue
pegasus {m} :: pegasus (a winged horse or a bird with a horse's head, suspected to live in Africa)
Pegasus {prop} {m} [Greek mythology] :: Pegasus
Pegasus {prop} {m} :: A Roman cognomen — famously held by:
Pegasus {prop} {m} :: Lucius Plotius Pegasus, a Roman senator
pegma {n} :: A bookcase
pegma {n} :: A scaffold
pegma {n} :: a fixture made of boards, for use or ornament, belonging to a house
Peguntium {prop} {n} :: a town of Dalmatia
peiero {v} :: I swear a false oath
peiero {v} :: I perjure myself
peior {adj} :: worse
peioro {v} [Late Latin] :: I make worse; I aggravate
Peirus {prop} {m} :: A river of Achaia, falling into the sea near Olenus
peiuro {v} :: I lie
peiuro {v} :: I swear false oath
peiuro {v} :: I swear falsely
peius {adv} :: comparative of male
pejero {v} :: alternative form of peiero
pejor {adj} :: alternative typography of pēior
pejoro {v} :: alternative form of peioro
pekinensis {adj} :: Pekinese
pelagicus {adj} :: pelagic (of the open sea)
Pelagones {prop} {m} :: A Greek tribe of Macedonia
Pelagonia {prop} {f} [geography] :: A district in the north of Macedonia
pelagus {n} :: the sea
pelagus {n} [rare] :: the plain, especially in the Aeneid
pelamis {f} :: alternative spelling of pēlamys
pelamys {f} :: a young tunny (a.k.a. tuna) before it reaches one year of age (thereafter called thynnus)
pelax {m} :: alternative spelling of pilax
pelecanus {m} :: pelican
Pelendava {prop} {f} :: A town of Dacia, situated near the modern city of Craiova
Pelendones {prop} {m} :: A Celtiberian tribe of Hispania Tarraconensis
Pelendos {prop} {f} :: An island mentioned by Pliny
pelengensis {adj} :: Peleng (island in Indonesia) (attributive)
pelex {f} :: alternative form of paelex ("concubine", "mistress")
pelicanus {m} :: alternative form of pelecanus
pelicatus {m} :: cohabitation, concubinage
Pelium {prop} {n} :: A mountain of Thessaly, continuation of the Mount Ossa
pella {f} :: alternative spelling of perula
Pella {prop} {f} :: Pella
Pellana {prop} {f} :: a town of Laconia situated on the valley of the Eurotas
pellarius {m} :: one that prepares skins; a furrier, skinner, or tanner
pellax {adj} :: seductive, deceitful, misleading
pellectio {f} :: readthrough
pellecturus {v} :: about to attract, entice, induce
pellectus {v} :: attracted, enticed, induced
pellegendus {v} :: which is to be read over (silent/aloud) or gone through
pellegendus {v} :: which is to be recounted
pellendus {v} :: which is to be impelled, pushed
Pellene {prop} {f} :: A city of Achaia situated between Aegira and Sicyon
pellens {v} :: impelling, propelling
pellex {f} :: alternative form of paelex ("concubine", "mistress")
pellicens {v} :: attracting, alluring, coaxing
pellicens {v} :: rivalling
pelliciendus {v} :: which is to be attracted, enticed, induced
pelliciens {v} :: attracting, enticing, inducing
pellicio {v} :: I allure, entice, inveigle
pellicio {v} :: I decoy, coax, wheedle
pellicio {v} :: I attract, win over
pellicius {adj} :: made of skins
pellicula {f} :: small skin or hide
pellicula {f} [New Latin] :: movie or film
pelliger {adj} :: clad in skins or furs
Pellio {prop} {m} :: given name
pellis {f} [anatomy] :: pelt, hide, animal skin
pellis {f} [mycology] :: the outside of a sporocarp
pellis {f} [military] :: a tent for soldiers
pello {v} :: I push, drive, hurl, impel, propel; expel, banish, eject, thrust out
pello {v} :: I strike, set in motion
pello {v} [military] :: I rout, put to flight, discomfit
pello {v} [music] :: I strike the cords, play
pello {v} [figuratively] :: I touch, move, affect, impress
pello {v} [figuratively] :: I conquer, overcome, beat, defeat
Pellonia {prop} {f} [Roman god] :: a goddess who puts the enemy to flight
pellucens {v} :: alternative form of perlucens
pelluceo {v} :: alternative form of perluceo
pellucidus {adj} :: transparent, pellucid
pellucidus {adj} :: very bright
pelluvia {f} :: footbath
pelophilus {adj} :: surface-loving
Pelopidas {prop} {m} :: Name of a general of Thebae, friend of Epaminondas
Peloponnesus {prop} {f} :: The Peloponnese
peloris {f} :: large mussel or clam
Pelorus {prop} {m} [geography] :: A promontory of Sicily that forms north-eastern point of the whole island
Pelso {prop} {m} :: The lake Balaton
pelta {f} :: a small crescent-shaped shield of Thracian design
Peltae {prop} {fp} :: one of the principal towns of Phrygia situated at the head of the river Maeander
peltastes {m} :: a soldier armed with a pelta
peltatus {adj} :: armed with a pelta; shield-bearing
peltifer {adj} :: armed with a pelta; shield-bearing
Peltuinum {prop} {n} :: A town of the Vestini, situated not far from the modern town of L'Aquila
Pelusium {prop} {n} :: A city of Egypt at the eastern mouth of the Nile
pelvis {f} :: shallow bowl or basin
pembaensis {adj} [New Latin, used as a specific epithet] :: discovered in or native to Tanzania and nearby areas
peminosus {adj} :: full of cracks or chinks, uneven, rough
pemma {n} :: pastry
pena {f} :: alternative form of poena
penangianus {adj} :: Penang (attributive)
penarius {adj} :: provisions (attributive)
penas {m} :: home, hearth
penatiger {adj} :: bearing the penates (the household gods)
penator {m} :: provisions-carrier
pendens {v} :: pending
pendens {v} :: depending
pendens {v} :: hanging down
pendeo {v} :: I hang (down), I am suspended; hover, overhang, float
pendeo {v} :: I hang about, loiter, tarry, linger
pendeo {v} :: I hang down; I am weak or without strength; sag, droop
pendeo {v} :: I weigh
pendeo {v} :: I have weight or value
pendeo {v} :: I rest or depend upon
pendeo {v} :: I hang upon a person's words; listen attentively to
pendeo {v} :: I am suspended, interrupted or discontinued
pendeo {v} :: I am ready to fall, hang suspended
pendeo {v} :: I am uncertain, perplexed or in suspense
pendere filo {phrase} :: to be in great danger or peril (literally to hang by a thread)
pendere tenui filo {phrase} :: to be in great danger or peril (literally to hang by a thin thread)
pendo {v} :: I suspend, hang
pendo {v} :: I weigh, weigh out
pendo {v} :: I pay
pendo {v} [figuratively] :: I consider, ponder
penduliflorus {adj} :: having hanging flowers
pendulus {adj} :: hanging, hanging down, pendent, suspended
pendulus {adj} :: doubtful, uncertain, hesitating
Penelenitae {prop} {fp} :: A town of Syria mentioned by Pliny
penelops {f} :: A kind of duck
penes {prep} :: Under one's government or command
penes {prep} :: In one's disposal or custody
penes {prep} :: At, with, about, concerning
Penestae {mp} :: A tribe of Illyria settled in a mountainous district
penetrabilior {adj} :: more piercing
penetrabilis {adj} :: penetrable
penetrabilis {adj} :: piercing (sound)
penetralis {adj} :: piercing, penetrating
penetralis {adj} :: internal, inner, innermost, deepest (within)
penetrandus {v} :: which is to be entered
penetrandus {v} :: which is to be penetrated
penetrans {v} :: entering
penetrans {v} :: penetrating
penetratio {f} :: piercing, penetration
penetro {v} :: I enter
penetro {v} :: I penetrate
Peneus {prop} {m} :: the chief river of Thessaly, which rises in Mount Pindus and flows into the Gulf of Therma
Peneus {prop} {m} :: a river of Elis, which rises in Mount Erymanthus and flows into the Ionian Sea
penicillatus {adj} :: Having tufts of fine hair (like a painter's brush); penicillate
penicillum {n} :: A painter's brush
penicillum {n} :: (a particular style of) painting
peniculamentum {n} :: a tail, train
peniculamentum {n} [transferred sense, ante-Classical] :: a train (of a garment)
peniculus {prop} {m} :: a brush [for removing dust] (for which ox-tails and horse-tails were used)
peniculus {prop} {m} :: a sponge
peniculus {prop} {m} :: a painter’s brush or pencil
peniculus {prop} {m} [perhaps, in an ambiguous sense] :: penis, membrum virile
peniculus {prop} {m} [Medieval Latin] :: a scourge (kind of whip)
Peniculus {prop} {m} :: given name, character in the play Epidicus as well as The Two Menaechmus by Plautus
peninsula {f} :: alternative form of paeninsula ("peninsula")
peninsularis {adj} :: alternative form of paeninsularis
penis {m} [archaic] :: tail
penis {m} [anatomy] :: the penis, male sexual organ
penis {m} [figuratively] :: lust
penitior {adj} :: more inward
penitissimus {adj} :: innermost
penitus {adj} :: inner, inward
penitus {adv} :: inwardly
penitus {adv} :: inside
penitus {adv} :: (from) within
penitus {adv} :: thoroughly
penna {f} :: feather, especially a flight-feather; pinion
penna {f} :: wing, fin
penna {f} :: quill pen
pennatus {adj} :: winged
penniger {adj} :: feathered, winged
pennula {f} :: diminutive of penna, a small wing
pennus {adj} :: sharp, pointed
Pennus {prop} {m} :: A Roman cognomen — famously held by:
Pennus {prop} {m} :: Marcus Iunius Pennus, a Roman consul
pensilis {adj} :: hanging (down), pendant, pensile
pensio {f} :: payment
pensio {f} :: instalment
pensio {f} :: pension
pensio {f} :: recompense
pensitandus {v} :: which is to be weighed, pondered
pensitans {v} :: weighing, pondering
pensitatio {f} :: payment
pensitatio {f} :: compensation, recompense
pensitaturus {v} :: about to weigh, ponder
pensitatus {v} :: weighed, pondered
pensito {v} :: I weigh (out)
pensito {v} :: I think over, ponder, consider
penso {v} :: ponder, consider
penso {v} :: weigh, counterbalance
penso {v} :: pay for, purchase
pensum {n} :: weight (of wool to be handed over as part of daily work)
pensum {n} :: task
pentaculum {n} :: pentacle
pentagonum {n} :: pentaphyllon
pentanum {n} [organic compound] :: pentane
pentaphyllus {adj} [botany] :: Used as a specific epithet in the taxonomic names of plants to mean "having five leaves"
Pentapolis {prop} {f} :: The name of several pentapolises (associations of five cities) in the Hellenistic world, especially the one in Cyrenaica
pentecontarcus {m} :: pentecontarch (commander of a platoon of fifty men)
pentecoste {f} [Late Latin] :: the Pentecost
Pentecoste {prop} :: Pentecost
penteris {f} [nautical] :: quinquereme
Penthesilea {prop} {f} [Greek mythology] :: A queen of the Amazons and daughter of Ares and Otrera
Pentri {prop} {mp} :: A Samnite tribe who inhabited a region between modern Abruzzo and Molise
penuarius {adj} :: provisions (attributive)
penultimus {adj} :: alternative form of paenultimus ("penultimate")
penuria {f} :: want, need, scarcity
penus {mf} {n} :: Provisions, food
penus {mf} {n} :: The innermost part of a temple of Vesta, the sanctuary
Peparethus {prop} {f} :: An island of the Aegean Sea situated off the coast of Thessaly
Pephnus {prop} {m} :: A town of Laconia, on the eastern coast of the gulf of Messenia
pepo {m} :: pumpkin, large melon
per {prep} [with accusative] :: through, by means of
per {prep} [with accusative] :: during
per- {prefix} :: Used to make adjectives or verbs that are "very" something
per- {prefix} :: Used to form verbs that are intensive or completive, conveying the idea of doing something all the way through or entirely
pera {f} :: bag, satchel (slung over one shoulder)
pera {f} :: wallet
peracturus {v} :: about to pierce
peractus {v} :: pierced, transfixed
peractus {v} :: traversed
peractus {v} :: harassed
peractus {v} :: executed, finished, accomplished
peracutus {adj} :: very sharp or penetrating
peradulescens {adj} :: very young
peraeque {adv} :: likewise, equally
peragendus {v} :: which is to be pierced
peragens {v} :: piercing
perago {v} :: I pierce or transfix
perago {v} :: I traverse
perago {v} :: I harass
perago {v} :: I execute, finish, accomplish or complete
peragrandus {v} :: which is to be traversed
peragrans {v} :: wandering throughout, traversing
peragrans {v} :: scouring
peragratio {f} :: wandering, traversing
peragraturus {v} :: about to traverse
peragratus {v} :: traversed
peragro {v} :: I wander or travel through or over; pass through, traverse; spread through
peragro {v} :: I search through, penetrate, scour
perakensis {adj} :: Perak (Malaysia) (attributive)
peramanter {adv} :: very lovingly or fondly
perambulans {v} :: roaming, touring, perambulating
perambulatio {f} :: ramble, perambulation
perambulaturus {v} :: about to roam, tour or perambulate
perambulo {v} :: I go through; roam, tour, traverse, perambulate
perambulo {v} :: I visit in succession (especially of a physician)
peramplus {adj} :: very large
perangustus {adj} :: very narrow
per annum {prep} :: See: perannum throughout the year
per annum {prep} [proscribed] :: per annum; per year
perantiquus {adj} :: very ancient
perarans {v} :: ploughing through
perarans {v} [figuratively] :: writing or inscribing on a waxen tablet
perarans {v} [figuratively] :: traversing
perarius {m} :: alternative spelling of pirarius
peraro {v} :: I plough through, furrow
peraro {v} [figuratively] :: I furrow or scratch over, injure
peraro {v} [figuratively] :: I write, inscribe or incise on a waxen tablet
peraro {v} [figuratively] :: I traverse
perattentus {adj} :: very attentive
perbacchans {v} :: carousing
perbacchaturus {v} :: about to carouse
perbacchatus {v} :: caroused
perbacchor {v} :: I revel or carouse throughout
perblandus {adj} :: very pleasant etc
perbonus {adj} :: very good; excellent
perbrevis {adj} :: very small, little, small etc
perbreviter {adv} :: very briefly, concisely, with very few words
perca {f} :: a perch (fish)
percalefacio {v} :: I warm or heat through or thoroughly
percalleo {vt} :: I know or understand well
percarus {adj} :: very dear or beloved
percelebrandus {v} :: which is to be proclaimed
percelebrans {v} :: proclaiming
percelebraturus {v} :: about to proclaim
percelebratus {v} :: proclaimed
percelebro {v} :: I proclaim or publish widely; make something thoroughly known
perceler {adj} :: very fast or swift
percello {v} :: I beat down
percello {v} :: I overturn or upset
percello {v} :: I strike or smite
percello {v} :: I overthrow
Percennius {prop} {m} :: a Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name" famously held by:
Percennius {prop} {m} :: Percennius, a Roman soldier
percenseo {v} :: I count over, reckon up, enumerate, go through, go over
percenseo {v} :: I survey, view; review, examine
percenseo {v} :: I go or travel through or over
perceptibilis {adj} :: perceptible, participating (in anything)
perceptio {f} :: a taking, receiving, collecting, gathering
perceptio {f} [figuratively] :: perception, comprehension
perceptor {m} :: a receiver, imbiber
percepturus {v} :: about to occupy etc
percepturus {v} :: about to notice, perceive etc
perceptus {v} :: perceived, observed, having been perceived or observed
percido {vt} :: I cut or beat to pieces, smash
percido {vt} :: I cut to pieces, rout entirely, destroy
percido {vt} :: I sodomize, commit sodomy with
percieo {v} :: I move, rouse, stir up or excite greatly
percieo {v} :: I call aloud, attack, abuse
percio {v} :: alternative form of percieo
percipibilis {adj} :: perceptible, participating (in anything)
percipiendus {v} :: which is to be perceived
percipiens {v} :: securing, gaining
percipiens {v} :: perceiving
percipiens {v} :: feeling
percipiens {v} :: learning
percipio {v} :: I seize or take on (entirely); assume; earn; occupy, keep (i.e. maintain control)
percipio {v} :: I perceive, observe, notice
percipio {v} :: I feel
percipio {v} :: I learn, know, conceive, understand
perciturus {v} :: alternative form of perciourus
percitus {v} :: alternative form of percious
percolatio {f} :: a straining or filtering through, percolation
percolo {v} :: I strain or filter through; I percolate
percommodus {adj} :: very suitable, convenient etc
perconor {v} :: I carry out an undertaking
percontans {v} :: investigating
percontatio {f} :: questioning, inquiry
percontaturus {v} :: about to investigate
percontatus {v} :: inquired, investigated
percontor {v} :: I inquire, investigate
percrebesco {v} :: I become very frequent or prevalent
percrebesco {v} :: I spread
percrebresco {v} :: alternative form of percrebesco
perculsus {v} :: beaten down
perculsus {v} :: overturned or upset
perculsus {v} :: struck
perculsus {v} :: overthrown
percuriosus {adj} :: very inquisitive etc
percurrens {v} :: running, hastening or passing through
percurro {v} :: I run, hasten or pass through, traverse, pass or run over or along; stroke
percurro {v} :: I wind or bend around
percurro {v} [figuratively] :: I mention briefly or cursorily
percurro {v} [figuratively] :: I scan (briefly), look over; review
percurro {v} [figuratively] :: [of feelings] I run through, penetrate, agitate
percursatio {f} :: running or travelling through
percursatio {f} :: traversing
percussio {f} :: beating, striking; percussion (act of beating etc)
percussio {f} [music] :: beat
percussor {m} :: A stabber, striker, shooter
percussor {m} :: A murderer, assassin, bandit; executioner
percussurus {v} :: about to pierce
percussus {v} :: thrust through
percussus {v} :: pierced
percutiens {v} :: piercing
percutio {v} :: I strike, beat
percutio {v} :: I make an impression on the mind, touch, please, delight, astonish, shock
percutio {v} :: I pierce, thrust, or punch through, kill
perdecipio {v} :: I deceive utterly
perdecorus {adj} :: very comely or pretty etc
perdendus {v} :: which is to be destroyed, wasted or lost etc
perdens {v} :: destroying, ruining
perdens {v} :: wasting, squandering
perdens {v} :: losing
perdepso {v} :: I knead over
perdepso {v} :: I have improper sex (with)
Perdiccas {prop} {m} :: The name of three kings of Macedonia
perdifficilis {adj} :: very difficult etc
perdignus {adj} :: very worthy
perdite {adv} :: desperately
perdite {adv} :: excessively
perditio {f} :: ruin, destruction
perditio {f} :: perdition
perditior {adj} :: more ruined etc
perditior {adj} :: more depraved etc
perditior {adj} :: more reckless etc
perditissimus {adj} :: utterly destroyed
perditissimus {adj} :: totally wasted
perditor {m} :: destroyer, ruiner
perditurus {v} :: about to ruin, squander etc
perditus {v} :: destroyed, ruined
perditus {v} :: wasted, squandered
perditus {v} :: lost
perdives {adj} :: very rich, wealthy
perdives {adj} [of land] :: very productive, fertile
perdix {mf} :: partridge
perdo {v} :: I destroy, ruin
perdo {v} :: I waste, squander
perdo {v} :: I lose utterly, suffer loss
perdocendus {v} :: which is to be instructed
perdocens {v} :: instructing
perdoceo {vt} :: I teach, instruct or inform thoroughly
perdocturus {v} :: about to instruct
perdoctus {v} :: instructed
perdoleo {v} :: I feel great pain, suffer or grieve greatly
perdomandus {v} :: which is to be kneaded
perdomans {v} :: kneading
perdomiturus {v} :: about to knead
perdomitus {v} :: conquered, subjugated, defeated
perdomitus {v} :: kneaded
perdomo {v} :: I subjugate completely; conquer, vanquish, overcome
perdomo {v} :: I knead (dough)
perdormisco {v} :: I sleep on
perducens {v} :: leading, carrying, bringing through
perduco {v} :: I lead, conduct, convey, carry, guide or bring through or to a place; deliver
perduco {v} :: I spread over, bedaub, coat, besmear
perduco {v} :: I rub out, erase, cross through
perduco {v} :: I take a drink, drink off or up, quaff, drain
perduco {v} [figuratively] :: I bring, carry or guide someone or something to a certain condition
perduco {v} [figuratively] :: I draw out, lengthen, prolong, continue; spend, pass
perduco {v} [figuratively] :: I draw or bring over, win over, persuade, induce
perductus {v} :: conducted, conveyed
perductus {v} :: delivered
perduellio {f} :: treason
perduellio {f} :: public enemy
perduellis {f} :: public enemy
perduellis {f} :: enemy (in time of war)
perdurans {v} :: hardening
perdurans {v} :: enduring
perduro {v} :: I harden
perduro {v} :: I endure
peredendus {v} :: which is to be ate up
peredens {v} :: eating up
peredo {v} :: I eat up, consume, devour (completely)
peredo {v} :: I waste away
pereffluo {v} :: I flow through
peregre {adv} :: foreign (to or from abroad)
peregrinabundus {adj} :: traveling about
peregrinans {v} :: roaming
peregrinatio {f} :: travel; travel abroad
peregrinatio {f} :: sojourn
peregrinatio {f} :: pilgrimage
peregrinor {v} :: I am or live in foreign parts, am abroad or a stranger, go abroad, travel about; roam, rove; sojourn abroad, peregrinate
peregrinus {adj} :: foreign, alien
peregrinus {adj} :: exotic
peregrinus {m} :: foreigner; traveler
perelegans {adj} :: very elegant etc
peremptor {m} :: destroyer (person), slayer, murderer
peremptorius {adj} :: deadly, destructive
peremptorius {adj} :: mortal
peremptorius {adj} :: decisive, peremptory
perempturus {v} :: about to destroy
peremptus {v} :: destroyed
perendie {adv} :: on the day after tomorrow
perendinus {adj} :: after tomorrow
perenne {adv} :: all year, year-round
perenne {adv} :: constantly, perpetually
perennis {adj} :: perennial
perennis {adj} :: continual, everlasting, perpetual
pereo {v} :: I vanish, disappear, come to nothing
pereo {v} :: I leak; I am absorbed
pereo {v} :: I perish, pass away, die
pereo {v} :: I pine away with love
perequito {v} :: I ride through or around
pererro {v} :: I wander through, roam or ramble over
peresurus {v} :: about to eat up
peresus {v} :: ate up
pereundus {v} :: which is to be absorbed
perevacuo {v} :: I empty totally
perexcelsus {adj} :: very elevated, lofty, high
perexiguus {adj} :: Very small
perfacetus {adj} :: very elegant etc
perfacetus {adj} :: very courteous etc
perfacetus {adj} :: very witty etc
perfacile {adv} :: very easily
perfacile {adv} :: very willingly
perfacilis {adj} :: very easy
perfacilis {adj} :: very courteous
perfamiliaris {adj} :: very familiar, intimate, friendly etc
perfamiliaris {m} :: close friend
perfectio {f} :: finishing, completion
perfectio {f} :: perfection
perfectior {adj} :: more complete or perfect
perfectissimus {adj} :: most perfect
perfecturus {v} :: about to complete, perfect, cause etc
perfectus {v} :: achieved, executed, carried out, finished, completed, having been finished or completed; complete
perfectus {v} :: perfected, having been perfected; perfect, excellent, exquisite
perfectus {v} :: brought about, caused, having been brought about or caused
perfectus {v} [grammar] :: perfect
perferendus {v} :: which is to be carried or conveyed
perferens {v} :: conveying etc
perfero {v} :: I bear, carry or convey through to a place or to the end; bring home
perfero {v} :: I convey news, announce, state
perfero {v} [figuratively] :: I bear, support or endure to the end
perfero {v} [figuratively] :: I bear, suffer, tolerate, put up with, submit to, endure
perfero {v} [figuratively] :: I bring to an end, carry out, complete, finish, accomplish
perfero {v} [figuratively] :: I carry out, conduct, maintain, manage
perfero {v} [Ecclesiastical Latin] :: I bear the penalty of
perferveo {vi} :: I am very hot
perficiendus {v} :: which is to be performed, completed etc
perficiens {v} :: achieving, establishing, perfecting
perficio {v} :: I finish, complete
perficio {v} :: I perfect
perficio {v} :: I carry out, execute, perform
perficio {v} :: I achieve, accomplish
perficio {v} [by extension] :: I bring about, cause, effect
perficiundus {v} :: alternative form of perficiendus
perfidia {f} :: faithlessness, dishonesty, treachery, falsehood, perfidy
perfidiosior {adj} :: more treacherous
perfidiosus {adj} :: treacherous, perfidious
perfidus {adj} :: That breaks his promise; faithless, false, dishonest, treacherous, perfidious, deceitful
perfidus {adj} [by extension] :: Treacherous, unsafe, dangerous
perfigo {v} :: I pierce through, transfix
perfines {v} :: The second-person singular present active subjunctive form of the otherwise-unattested verb *perfinō; a synonym of perfringās
perfingo {vt} :: I form, represent
perfingo {vt} :: I counterfeit perfectly
perfinitio {f} [Medieval Latin, law] :: a judgment, ruling, decision
perfixus {v} :: transfixed
perflabilis {adj} :: that can be blown away; airy
perflabilis {adj} :: susceptible
perflagitiosus {adj} :: very shameful
perflatus {v} :: blown through, across or over
perflo {vt} :: I blow through, across or over
perflo {vi} :: I blow (through)
perfluo {vt} :: I flow or run through something
perfluo {vi} :: I flow or run through
perfluo {vi} :: I drip with something
perfluo {vi} [of garments] :: I flow, stream or float
perfluo {vi} [figuratively] :: I cannot keep a secret; I leak
perfluus {adj} :: flowing, undulating
perfluus {adj} [figuratively] :: effeminate
perfodio {v} :: I dig or pierce through, transfix, stab, perforate
perfodio {v} :: I make by digging through; break into
perforans {v} :: perforating
perforans {v} :: penetrating
perforatio {f} :: perforation
perforatio {f} :: penetration
perforatus {v} :: pierced
perforatus {v} :: penetrated
perforo {v} :: I bore or pierce through; I perforate
perforo {v} :: I penetrate
perfoveo {vt} :: I warm through
perfracturus {v} :: about to break through
perfractus {v} :: broken through
perfricandus {v} :: which is to be rubbed all over
perfricans {v} :: rubbing all over
perfricans {v} :: putting on a brave face
perfricaturus {v} :: about to ruball over
perfricaturus {v} :: about to put on a brave face
perfricatus {v} :: rubbed all over
perfricatus {v} :: put on a brave face
perfrico {v} :: I rub all over
perfrico {v} :: I put on a bold face (rub away blushes)
perfrigidus {adj} :: very cold
perfringendus {v} :: which is to be broken through
perfringens {v} :: breaking through
perfringo {v} :: I break or shatter
perfringo {v} :: I break through (an obstacle)
perfringo {v} :: I violate or infringe
perfruitus {v} :: thoroughly enjoyed
perfruor {v} :: I enjoy thoroughly
perfuga {m} :: deserter
perfugio {v} :: I flee or desert
perfugio {v} :: I take refuge
perfugium {n} :: refuge, shelter
perfunctorius {adj} :: careless, negligent
perfunctorius {adj} :: perfunctory
perfuncturus {v} :: about to perform
perfunctus {v} :: performed
perfundo {v} :: I pour (liquid) over or through; I perfuse
perfundo {v} :: I flood or bathe
perfundo {v} :: I imbue
perfungens {v} :: performing
perfungor {v} :: I fulfil, perform, discharge
perfungor {v} :: I undergo, endure
perfusus {v} :: perfused
perfusus {v} :: bathed
perfusus {v} :: imbued
Perga {prop} {f} :: A city of Pamphylia situated between the rivers Catarrhactes and Cestrus and famous for the worship of Artemis
Pergama {prop} {np} :: The fortified citadel of Troy
Pergama {prop} {np} [poetic] :: Troy (city)
pergamentum {n} :: parchment
pergamenum {n} :: parchment
Pergamon {prop} {n} :: alt form Pergamum
Pergamum {prop} {n} :: Pergamum
Pergamum {prop} {n} :: The fortified citadel of Troy
pergaudeo {vi} :: I rejoice greatly
perge {interj} [idiomatic] :: go on!, proceed!, press on!, persist!
pergendus {v} :: which is to be proceeded, continued
pergens {v} :: proceeding
pergens {v} :: continuing
pergens {v} :: arousing
pergo {vi} :: I go on, proceed, hasten, press on
pergo {vt} :: I continue, go on or proceed with something
pergo {vt} :: I wake up, awaken, arouse
pergrandis {adj} :: huge, very large
pergratus {adj} :: very pleasing etc
pergravis {adj} :: very heavy
pergravis {adj} :: very troublesome
pergravis {adj} :: very grave
pergula {f} :: A booth, stall or shop in front of a house
pergula {f} :: A hut or hovel
pergula {f} :: A brothel
pergula {f} :: An arbour
pergula {f} :: A framework supporting a vine or plant
perhaurio {vt} :: I drink up, drain completely
perhennis {adj} :: medieval spelling of perennis
perhibens {v} :: extending, presenting, producing, granting
perhibens {v} :: assigning
perhibens {v} :: asserting
perhibens {v} :: naming
perhibeo {v} :: I hold out, extend; present, produce, bestow, afford, grant, give
perhibeo {v} :: I attribute, ascribe, assign
perhibeo {v} :: I say, assert; call, name
perhibitus {v} :: Having been ascribed; asserted
perhonorificus {adj} :: very honorific (that shows or confers great honour)
perhorreo {v} :: I tremble or shudder greatly (at)
perhorresco {v} :: I tremble or shudder greatly
perhorresco {v} :: I recoil in terror (from)
peribolus {m} :: circuit
peribolus {m} :: enclosure
peribolus {m} :: precinct
peribolus {m} :: outer wall
pericarpium {noun} :: pod, husk, shell
Pericles {prop} {m} :: Pericles, a celebrated Athenian orator and statesman
periclitabundus {adj} [post-classical, sometimes, with genitive or dative] :: trying, testing, making a trial or essay
periclitandus {v} :: About to be tried, proved, or tested
periclitandus {v} :: About to be risked or endangered
periclitandus {v} :: About to be attempted
periclitans {v} :: being in peril, danger
periclitatio {f} :: A trying; trial, experiment, test
periclitatus {v} :: tried, proved, tested
periclitatus {v} :: risked, endangered
periclitatus {v} :: attempted
periclitor {v} :: I try, prove or test
periclitor {v} :: I query
periclitor {v} :: I attempt
periclum {n} :: Variant of periculum
periculose {adv} :: With danger, risk or peril; dangerously, perilously, hazardously
periculosissime {adv} :: superlative of perīculōse
periculosissimus {adj} :: Most or very dangerous, hazardous or unsafe
periculosius {adv} :: comparative of perīculōse
periculosus {adj} :: dangerous, hazardous, perilous
periculum {n} :: trial, experiment, attempt, proof, essay
periculum {n} :: risk, hazard, danger, peril
periculum {n} :: ruin, destruction
periculum {n} [legal] :: trial, action, suit
periculum {n} :: writ of judgment or judgement, sentence
periculum {n} :: (attack of) sickness
periens {v} :: vanishing, disappearing, coming to nothing
periens {v} :: leaking
periens {v} :: perishing, passing away, dying
periens {v} :: pining away with love
perileucos {m} :: An unknown kind of gem
perimendus {v} :: which is to be destroyed
perimens {v} :: destroying
perimetros {f} :: perimeter
perimetros {f} [mathematics] :: circumference
perimo {v} :: I annihilate, extinguish, destroy
perimo {v} :: I hinder, prevent
perimo {v} :: I kill, slay
perinde {adv} :: in the same manner, as, just as, quite as, equally
perinfamis {adj} :: very disreputable, notorious, infamous
periniquus {adj} :: very unjust, unfair etc
Perinthus {prop} {f} :: an important city of Thrace situated on the Propontis
periodicus {adj} :: periodic, periodical (returning regularly)
periodus {f} :: a complete sentence; period
periodus {f} :: the circuit of the four Grecian games
perior {m} :: disappearance
perior {m} :: death
peripetasma {n} [chiefly in the plural] :: curtain, hanging; carpet; covering
Periphanes {prop} {m} :: given name, character in the play Epidicus of Plautus
peripheralis {adj} [New Latin] :: alternative spelling of peripheriālis
peripheria {f} :: circumference
peripheria {f} :: periphery
peripherialis {adj} [New Latin] :: peripheral
peripsema {n} :: refuse, filth, offscouring
peripsima {n} :: alternative form of peripsema
periscelis {f} :: garter, anklet
peristroma {n} :: covering, curtain, carpet
peristylium {n} :: a peristyle, an open interior space surrounded by columns
peristylum {n} :: peristyle (inner courtyard surrounded by columns)
perite {adv} :: skillfully, expertly
perite {adv} :: cleverly
peritia {f} :: experience; practical knowledge (gained by experience); expertise
peritior {adj} :: more skillful etc
peritissimus {adj} :: most or very skillful etc
peritonaeum {n} :: peritoneum
peritonealis {adj} [New Latin] :: peritoneal
periturus {v} :: about to vanish etc
peritus {adj} :: skillful, skilled, expert, experienced, practised
peritus {adj} :: clever, skilfully constructed
periucundus {adj} :: very pleasant, agreeable, delightful, pleasing
periurissimus {adj} :: most or very false or lying
periurium {n} :: A false oath; perjury
periuro {v} :: alternative form of peiero
periurus {adj} :: perjured
periurus {adj} :: false, lying
periyarensis {adj} :: Periyar (in India) (attributive)
perizoma {n} :: girdle
perizoma {n} :: loincloth
perizoma {n} :: apron
perjucundus {adj} :: alternative form of periucundus
perjurissimus {adj} :: alternative form of periurissimus
perjurium {n} :: alternative form of periurium
perjurus {adj} :: alternative form of periurus
perla {f} :: alternative spelling of perula
perlabor {v} :: I slip or glide through; I skim
perlateo {v} :: I lie completely hidden; stay or remain hidden (throughout)
perlatio {f} :: transferal (bearing away)
perlaturus {v} :: about to convey, announce etc
perlatus {v} :: carried, conveyed
perlatus {v} :: announced
perlavo {v} :: I wash or bathe thoroughly
perlecturus {v} :: about to survey
perlectus {v} :: examined, surveyed
perlectus {v} :: read (aloud)
perlegendus {v} :: which is to be surveyed
perlegens {v} :: surveying
perlego {v} :: I view all over, examine thoroughly, scan, survey
perlego {v} :: I read through or over, read to the end; read aloud
perliberaliter {adv} :: very nobly etc
perliberaliter {adv} :: very liberally
perlibet {v} [impersonal] :: It is very pleasing; I should like very much
perlinens {v} :: smearing all over
perliniens {v} :: alternative form of perlinens
perlinio {v} :: alternative form of perlino
perlino {v} :: I smear all over
perlongus {adj} :: very long, tedious etc
perlubenter {adv} :: very willingly etc
perlucens {v} :: shining through
perluceo {v} :: I shine through; I am visible, transparent or seen through
perluceo {v} [figuratively] :: I shine through, I am apparent, clear or intelligible
perlucidulus {adj} :: somewhat transparent
perlucidus {adj} :: transparent, pellucid
perluo {v} :: I wash off
perluo {v} :: I bathe
permadefaciens {v} :: drenching thoroughly
permadefacio {v} :: I wet through
permadefacio {v} :: I drench thoroughly
permadefacturus {v} :: about to drench thoroughly
permadefactus {v} :: drenched thoroughly
permagnificus {adj} :: Very sumptuous or magnificent
permagnus {adj} :: very great
permagnus {adj} :: very large
permanandus {v} :: which is to be permeated
permanans {v} :: permeating
permanaturus {v} :: about to permeate
permanatus {v} :: permeated
permanendus {v} :: which is to be survived
permanens {v} :: lasting, continuing, ongoing
permanens {v} :: persisting, persevering
permaneo {v} :: I stay to the end, hold out, endure; last, survive, continue
permaneo {v} :: I persist, persevere
permaneo {v} :: I devote my life to, live by
permano {v} :: I flow or leak through; I permeate
permansio {f} :: permanence
permansurus {v} :: about to endure
permaxime {adv} :: Very greatly indeed
permeabilis {adj} :: passable
permeabilis {adj} :: permeable
permeandus {v} :: which is to be traversed, penetrated
permeans {v} :: traversing, penetrating
permeaturus {v} :: about to traverse, penetrate
permeatus {v} :: traversed, penetrated
permensus {v} :: measured, counted
permeo {v} :: I pass through, traverse
permeo {v} :: I penetrate, pervade
permereo {vi} [as a soldier] :: I serve out, go through service
Permessus {prop} {m} :: A river of Boeotia, whose springs were situated on the Helicon
permetior {v} :: I measure (out or through)
permetior {v} :: I pass or travel through, traverse
permiscendus {v} :: which is to be intermingled
permiscens {v} :: intermingling
permisceo {v} [of things] :: I mix or mingle together thoroughly, commingle, intermingle, combine
permisceo {v} [of people] :: I mix together, unite, join, combine
permisceo {v} :: I throw into confusion, confound, disturb
permissio {f} :: yielding, ceding
permissio {f} :: surrender
permissio {f} :: leave, permission
permissor {m} :: permitter
permissurus {v} :: about to permit
permissus {v} :: thrown
permissus {v} :: sent away
permissus {v} :: exported
permisturus {v} :: about to intermingle
permistus {v} :: alternative form of permixtus
permittendus {v} :: which is to be permitting
permittens {v} :: permitting
permitto {v} :: I let go, let loose; cast, hurl, throw; send away, export
permitto {v} [figuratively] :: I give up, leave, entrust, surrender
permitto {v} [figuratively, with dative] :: I give leave, allow, suffer, grant, permit, let
permixtim {adv} :: confusedly
permixtim {adv} :: promiscuously
permixturus {v} :: about to intermingle
permixtus {v} :: mixed, mingled, combined
permixtus {v} :: united
permodestus {adj} :: very modest etc
permodicus {adj} :: very moderate, temperate or restrained
permolestus {adj} :: very troublesome etc
permoneo {v} [Late Latin] :: I admonish
permoturus {v} :: about to agitate
permotus {v} :: agitated, shaken up
permotus {v} :: aroused, excited
permovendus {v} :: which is to be agitated
permovens {v} :: agitating
permoveo {v} :: I move, shake up or stir up thoroughly, agitate
permoveo {v} [figuratively] :: I move deeply; stir or rouse up, excite, arouse; upset; influence, sway, induce, persuade
permulcendus {v} :: which is to be caressed
permulcens {v} :: caressing
permulceo {v} :: I touch or rub gently, stroke, caress
permulceo {v} :: I soften
permulceo {v} :: I charm, please, flatter, delight
permulceo {v} :: I appease, allay, tame
permulsurus {v} :: about to caress
permulsus {v} :: stroked, caressed
permulsus {v} :: charmed, flattered
permulsus {v} :: appeased, allayed
permultus {adj} :: very much, very many
permundo {v} :: I clean or cleanse thoroughly
permutandus {v} :: which is to be transformed
permutans {v} :: transforming
permutatio {f} :: change, alteration
permutatio {f} :: exchange, barter
permutaturus {v} :: about to transform
permutatus {v} :: transformed
permuto {v} :: I change or alter throughout or completely, transform
permuto {v} :: I interchange or exchange something for another, swap; exchange money, buy
permuto {v} :: I turn about or around
perna {f} :: A haunch or ham together with the leg, gammon
perna {f} [of animals] :: A thigh-bone, with the meat upon it to the knee-joint, a leg of pork, a ham or gammon of bacon
perna {f} :: a kind of mussel
perna {f} :: alternative spelling of perula
pernarius {m} :: a ham-seller
pernecessarius {adj} :: very necessary
pernecesse {adj} :: very unavoidable, inevitable, indispensable
perneco {v} :: I kill, slay outright
pernego {v} :: I deny entirely
pernego {v} :: I refuse flatly
perneo {v} :: I spin out (or to the end)
perniciabilis {adj} :: destructive, ruinous, pernicious
pernicies {f} :: ruin
pernicies {f} :: disaster
pernicies {f} :: bane, pest
pernicies {f} [figurative] :: execution, death
pernicior {adj} :: nimbler, swifter
perniciosior {adj} :: more destructive etc
perniciosissimus {adj} :: most or very destructive, pernicious etc
perniciosus {adj} :: destructive, ruinous, baleful, pernicious
pernicissimus {adj} :: nimblest or very nimble
pernicissimus {adj} :: swiftest or very swift
perniciter {adv} :: nimbly
perniciter {adv} :: swiftly
pernio {m} :: A kibe on the foot, a chilblain
perniteo {v} :: I shine brilliantly
pernix {adj} :: nimble; swift
pernobilis {adj} :: very noble
pernobilis {adj} :: very famous
pernoctans {v} :: spending / staying the night
pernocto {v} :: I spend the night
pernosco {v} :: I examine thoroughly
pernosco {v} :: I learn (about) thoroughly
pernumero {v} :: I reckon up, count out
pero {m} :: A kind of boot made of raw hide, worn chiefly by soldiers or wagoners
perobscurus {adj} :: very obscure or vague
perobtusus {adj} :: very blunt etc
peroleo {v} :: I emit a penetrating odor
peronatus {v} :: Half-booted, wearing low boots
peropportunus {adj} :: very suitable
peropportunus {adj} :: very advantageous
peropportunus {adj} :: very favourable, opportune
peroptatus {adj} :: highly desired
perorandus {v} :: which is to be harangued
perorans {v} :: haranguing
peroraturus {v} :: about to harangue
peroratus {v} :: harangued
peroro {v} :: I speak at length, harangue
peroro {v} :: I conclude a speech
Perorsi {prop} {mp} :: An ancient tribe of Africa, which dwelt between the Canarii and the Pharusii
perpaco {v} :: I quiet or subdue completely
perpallidus {adj} :: very pale
perparvulus {adj} :: very little
perparvus {adj} :: very small, little, cheap
perparvus {adj} :: very unimportant
perpaucus {adj} :: very little
perpaucus {adj} :: very few
perpello {v} :: I strike or push violently
perpello {v} [figuratively] :: I drive, urge, force, enforce, constrain, compel, prevail upon; influence
perpendendus {v} :: which is to be weighed carefully, examined
perpendens {v} :: weighing carefully, examining
perpendicularis {adj} :: perpendicular
perpendiculariter {adv} :: perpendicularly
perpendiculum {n} :: plumbline, plummet
perpendo {v} :: I weigh or examine carefully or exactly
perpensurus {v} :: about to weigh carefully, examine
perpensus {v} :: weighed carefully, examined, considered
perperam {adv} :: wrongly, incorrectly
perperitudo {f} :: thoughtlessness, headlessness
perperus {adj} :: faulty, defective, wrong
perpes {adj} :: continuous, uninterrupted, continual, perpetual
perpessio {f} :: bearing, suffering, enduring
perpessurus {v} :: about to endure
perpessus {v} :: endured
perpetiendus {v} :: which is to be endured
perpetiens {v} :: enduring
perpetim {adv} :: continually, unceasingly
perpetim {adv} :: forever
perpetior {v} :: I endure (bear steadfastly)
perpetrans {v} :: carrying through, accomplishing
perpetratrix {f} :: perpetratress; female perpetrator
perpetratus {v} :: accomplished
perpetratus {v} :: perpetrated
perpetro {v} :: I carry through or accomplish
perpetro {v} :: I commit or perpetrate
perpetuandus {v} :: which is to be perpetuated
perpetuans {v} :: perpetuating
perpetuatio {f} :: continuance, preservation
perpetuaturus {v} :: about to perpetuate
perpetuatus {v} :: perpetuated
perpetuitas {f} :: perpetuity, continuity
perpetuo {adv} :: constantly
perpetuo {adv} :: perpetually
perpetuo {v} :: I perpetuate
perpetuus {adj} :: perpetual, continuous, uninterrupted
perplanus {adj} :: very level, flat, even
perplexabilis {adj} :: perplexing
perplexitas {f} :: perplexity, state of bewilderment
perplexitas {f} :: obscurity
perplexus {adj} :: entangled, involved, intricate, confused
perplexus {adj} [figuratively] :: unintelligible, complicated, intricate, inscrutable, ambiguous; dark, obscure
perpoliendus {v} :: which is to be polished
perpoliens {v} :: polishing
perpolio {v} :: I polish thoroughly
perpolio {v} :: I put finishing touches to
perpoliturus {v} :: about to polish
perpolitus {v} :: polished
perpotandus {v} :: which is to be drunk up
perpotans {v} :: drinking up
perpotatio {f} :: drinking bout
perpoto {v} :: I drink heavily
perpoto {v} :: I drink up
perpoturus {v} :: about to drink up
perpotus {v} :: drunk up
perpropinquus {adj} :: very near
perpungo {v} :: I pierce through
perpurgandus {v} :: which is to be cleansed, purged thoroughly
perpurgans {v} :: cleansing, purging thoroughly
perpurgaturus {v} :: about to cleanse, purge thoroughly
perpurgatus {v} :: cleansed, purged thoroughly
perpurgo {v} :: I cleanse or purge thoroughly
perpusillus {adj} :: very small
perpusillus {adj} :: very little
perquam {adv} :: as much as possible, extremely, exceedingly
perquirendus {v} :: which is to be searched
perquirens {v} :: inquiring
perquirens {v} :: examining
perquiro {v} :: I ask, inquire or search diligently
perquiro {v} :: I examine
perquisiturus {v} :: about to search
perquisitus {v} :: searched (for)
perraro {adv} :: very rarely
perrarus {adj} :: very rare or uncommon
perrecturus {v} :: about to proceed, continue
perrectus {v} :: proceeded, continued
perreptandus {v} :: which is to be crawled through
perreptans {v} :: crawling through
perreptaturus {v} :: about to crawl through
perreptatus {v} :: crawled through
perrepto {v} :: I crawl or creep through
perridicule {adv} :: ridiculously, hilariously
perridiculissime {adv} :: superlative of perrīdicule
perridiculius {adv} :: comparative of perrīdicule
perridiculus {adj} :: very ridiculous or hilarious
perrogatio {f} :: A decree
perrogatio {f} :: The action of asking persons in succession
perrogatio {f} [legal] :: The passage of a law
perrogo {v} :: I ask in succession, one after another, or in turn
perrogo {v} [legal] :: I carry through a law, pass a law
perrumpo {v} :: I break or force through
perrumpo {v} :: I overcome
perruptus {v} :: broken or forced through
perruptus {v} :: overcome
persaepe {adv} :: very often
persaepe {adv} :: very frequently
persalutatio {f} :: a greeting to everyone
persaluto {v} :: I greet, salute everyone (in turn)
persapiens {adj} :: very discerning, wise, judicious
persapiens {adj} :: very discreet
persapienter {adv} :: very wisely, sensibly
persapienter {adv} :: very judiciously, discretely
perscisco {vt} :: I learn thoroughly, become well informed of
perscribendus {v} :: which is to be written out
perscribens {v} :: writing out
perscribo {v} :: I write out; I write in full or in detail
perscriptio {f} :: act of writing down
perscriptio {f} :: entry (in a book)
perscriptio {f} :: assignment (act of assigning)
perscripturus {v} :: about to write out
perscriptus {v} :: written out
perscrutans {v} :: searching (high and low)
perscrutans {v} :: examining or investigating (very thoroughly)
perscrutaturus {v} :: about to search, investigate
perscrutatus {v} :: searched, investigated
perscrutor {v} :: I search (high and low)
perscrutor {v} :: I examine or investigate (thoroughly)
per se {prep} :: per se
per se {prep} :: by itself
per se {prep} :: through itself
persecandus {v} :: which is to be dissected
persecans {v} :: dissecting
persecaturus {v} :: about to dissect
persecatus {v} :: dissected
perseco {v} :: I dissect, cut up, excise
persectandus {v} :: which is to be pursued
persectans {v} :: pursuing
persectaturus {v} :: about to pursue
persectatus {v} :: pursued
persector {v} :: I follow or pursue (in order to investigate)
persecturus {v} :: about to dissect
persectus {v} :: dissected
persecutio {f} :: pursuit, chase
persecutio {f} :: prosecution
persecutio {f} :: persecution (of Christians)
persecutor {m} :: pursuer
persecutor {m} :: persecutor of Christians
persecuturus {v} :: about to pursue
persecutus {v} :: followed, pursued
persecutus {v} :: prosecuted
persedeo {vi} :: I remain sitting; stay long
persenilis {adj} :: very aged or senile
persentio {v} :: I perceive plainly
persentio {v} :: I feel deeply
Persephone {prop} {f} :: Persephone (Greek goddess)
Persephone {prop} {f} [transferred sense] :: Death (personified)
persequendus {v} :: which is to be followed or pursued
persequendus {v} :: which is to be accomplished
persequens {v} :: following, pursuing
persequens {v} :: accomplishing
persequor {v} :: I follow perseveringly, continue to follow; search through; pursue
persequor {v} :: I seek to obtain, strive after, seek out
persequor {v} :: I follow the teaching or example of someone, imitate
persequor {v} :: I follow up with action, execute, bring about, do, accomplish
persequor {v} [in a hostile manner] :: I pursue, chase, hunt; avenge, take vengeance upon someone or something; prosecute
persequor {v} [in writing] :: I follow, take down, minute down, keep pace with, record
persequor {v} [in speech or writing] :: I relate, recount, describe, explain
persequor {vi} :: I follow or come after
Perseus {prop} {m} [Greek mythology] :: Perseus
Perseus {prop} {m} [constellation] :: The constellation Perseus
perseverandus {v} :: which is to be abided by or adhered to
perseverandus {v} :: which is to be continued
perseverans {v} :: enduring
perseveranter {adv} :: steadfastly, persistently
perseverantia {f} :: steadfastness, constancy
perseverantia {f} :: persistence, perseverance
perseveraturus {v} :: about to continue
perseveratus {v} :: continued
persevero {v} :: I abide by; I adhere to
persevero {v} :: I persist or persevere
persevero {v} :: I continue
persibus {adj} :: very knowing, very acute
persica {f} [Medieval Latin] :: walnut
persicum {n} :: peach (fruit)
persicus {adj} :: Persian; of Persia
persicus {f} :: a peach tree
persilio {vi} :: I leap or jump through
persillum {n} :: A kind of phial used in sacrifices
persimilis {adj} :: very similar
persimplex {adj} :: very simple, plain
Persis {prop} {f} :: the country of Persis, between Caramania, Media, and Susiana, now Fars or Farsistan
Persis {adj} [poetic] :: Persian
Persis {f} :: a Persian woman
persistens {v} :: persisting, remaining
persisto {vi} :: I persist, continue steadfastly
persisto {vi} :: I remain
Persius {prop} {m} :: a Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name" famously held by:
Persius {prop} {m} :: Aulus Persius Flaccus, a Roman poet
persoluturus {v} :: about to pay
persolutus {v} :: paid
persolvendus {v} :: which is to be paid
persolvens {v} :: paying
persolvo {v} :: I release or discharge
persolvo {v} :: I pay, pay out or render
persona {f} :: mask
persona {f} :: character
persona {f} :: person, personality
persona {f} [grammar] :: person
personalis {adj} :: personal; of or belonging to a person
personaliter {adv} :: personally
personandus {v} :: which is to be resounded
personans {v} :: resounding, ringing
personaturus {v} :: about to resound
personatus {v} :: sounded, resounded
personatus {adj} :: masked
personatus {adj} :: assumed, pretended, counterfeited, fictitious
persono {vi} :: I sound through and through, resound, ring
persono {vi} :: I make a sound on a musical instrument, play, sound
persono {vt} :: I fill with sound, make resound
persono {vt} [rare] :: I cry out, call aloud
persorbendus {v} :: which is to be absorbed
persorbens {v} :: absorbing
persorbeo {v} :: I suck or drink up, absorb
persorpturus {v} :: about to absorb
persorptus {v} :: absorbed
perspectandus {v} :: which is to be inspected
perspectans {v} :: inspecting
perspectaturus {v} :: about to inspect
perspectatus {v} :: inspected
perspecto {v} :: I examine closely
perspecturus {v} :: about to perceive
perspectus {v} :: perceived, discerned
perspeculandus {v} :: which is to be inspected
perspeculans {v} :: examining
perspeculaturus {v} :: about to examine
perspeculatus {v} :: examined
perspeculor {v} :: I examine or explore thoroughly
perspicacia {f} :: perspicacity, shrewdness
perspicacior {adj} :: more perspicacious etc
perspicacissimus {adj} :: most or very perspicacious etc
perspicacitas {f} :: sharp-sightedness, discernment, discrimination
perspicax {adj} :: sharp-sighted, quick-sighted, perspicacious,
perspiciendus {v} :: which is to be perceived
perspiciens {v} :: perceiving
perspicillatus {adj} [New Latin] :: Having or appearing to have spectacles
perspicillum {n} :: telescope
perspicillum {n} :: spectacles, glasses
perspicio {v} :: I see through something
perspicio {v} :: I perceive or discern clearly
perspicuitas {f} :: transparency, clarity
perspicuitas {f} :: perspicuity
perspicuus {adj} :: transparent, clear
perspicuus {adj} :: evident, manifest, perspicuous
perstillandus {v} :: which is to be dripped
perstillans {v} :: dripping, leaking
perstillaturus {v} :: about to drip
perstillatus {v} :: dripped
perstillo {v} :: I drip, leak
persto {v} :: I continue standing
persto {v} :: I remain steadfast
persto {v} :: I continue, persevere or persist
perstrependus {v} :: which is to be echoed
perstrepens {v} :: resounding, echoing, ringing
perstrepiturus {v} :: about to echo
perstrepitus {v} :: echoed
perstrepo {v} :: I make much noise
perstrepo {v} :: I resound, echo, ring
perstrictio {f} :: rubbing, friction
perstringens {v} :: grazing
perstringens {v} :: seizing etc
perstringo {v} :: I draw together or up
perstringo {v} :: I graze
perstringo {v} :: I seize
perstringo {v} :: I blame, censure, reprimand, reprove
persuadendus {v} :: which is to be persuaded
persuadens {v} :: persuading, convincing
persuadeo {v} [with dative] :: I persuade, convince
persuadeo {v} :: I prevail upon, persuade or induce to do something
persuasibilis {adj} :: convincing, persuasive
persuasio {f} :: persuasion (act of)
persuasurus {v} :: about to persuade
persuasus {v} :: persuaded, convinced
persubtilis {adj} :: very fine, thin etc
persubtilis {adj} :: very precise, keen etc
persulcatus {adj} :: very or completely sulcate
persulto {v} :: I leap, skip or prance about
pertaedet {v} [impersonal] :: it wearies, disgusts, bores
pertaesus {v} :: wearied, bored
pertaesus {v} :: disgusted
pertemptandus {v} :: which is to be tested thoroughly
pertemptans {v} :: testing (thoroughly)
pertemptaturus {v} :: about to test thoroughly
pertemptatus {v} :: tested thoroughly
pertempto {v} :: I test, try, attempt thoroughly
pertendendus {v} :: which is to be persisted
pertendens {v} :: persisting
pertendo {v} :: I persevere or persist
pertensurus {v} :: about to persist
pertensus {v} :: persisted
pertentandus {v} :: which is to be tested, tried
pertentans {v} :: testing, trying
pertentatio {f} :: testing, experimentation
pertentatio {f} :: exploration
pertentaturus {v} :: about to test, try
pertentatus {v} :: tested, tried
pertento {v} :: I test, try, experiment
pertento {v} :: I explore thoroughly
pertenuis {adj} :: very thin, fine or slender
pertergendus {v} :: which is to be cleaned
pertergens {v} :: cleaning
pertergeo {v} :: I wipe off, wipe dry, clean, cleanse
pertergeo {v} :: I rub, brush or touch against gently
perterrendus {v} :: which is to be terrified
perterrens {v} :: terrifying
perterreo {v} :: I frighten or terrify (thoroughly)
perterriturus {v} :: about to terrify
perterritus {v} :: having been frightened, terrified
pertersurus {v} :: about to clean
pertersus {v} :: cleaned
pertica {f} :: pole, long staff
pertica {f} :: measuring rod
pertica {f} [units of measure] :: rod, [especially] the Roman rod of 10 ft (about 3 m)
pertimeo {v} :: I fear greatly, I am very timid
pertimescendus {v} :: which is to become frightened
pertimescens {v} :: becoming frightened
pertimesco {v} :: I become very frightened
pertinacia {f} :: perseverance, constancy
pertinacia {f} :: obstinacy, stubbornness
pertinacissimus {adj} :: most or very persevering, obstinate, steadfast etc
pertinaciter {adv} :: obstinately
pertinaciter {adv} :: steadfastly
pertinacius {adv} :: comparative of pertināciter
pertinax {adj} :: persevering, obstinate
pertinax {adj} :: pertinacious
pertinax {adj} :: tenacious
pertinax {adj} :: steadfast
pertinens {v} :: extending
pertinens {v} :: pertaining
pertineo {v} :: I extend, stretch out, reach, matter
pertineo {v} :: I belong, relate, pertain, have concern
pertineo {v} :: I have a tendency to, tend to
pertineo {v} :: I am the property of, belong to; I am attributable to
pertingendus {v} :: which is to be extended
pertingens {v} :: reaching, stretching, extending
pertingo {v} :: I stretch or reach out; I extend
pertitus {adj} [with a numerical prefix] :: divided into X parts; divisible by X
pertorqueo {v} :: I twist out of shape, distort, contort
pertorqueo {v} :: I hurl
pertractandus {v} :: which is to be touched
pertractans {v} :: touching, feeling, handling
pertractans {v} :: investigating, studying
pertractaturus {v} :: about to touch
pertractatus {v} :: touched
pertracto {v} :: I touch, feel, handle
pertracto {v} :: I investigate, study
pertracturus {v} :: about to entice
pertractus {v} :: enticed
pertrahendus {v} :: which is to be enticed
pertrahens {v} :: enticing
pertraho {v} :: I draw, drag, bring or conduct forcibly to a place
pertraho {v} :: I entice, lure or allure to a place; lead astray or away
pertraho {v} :: I draw out, extract
pertranseo {v} :: I go or pass through
pertranseo {v} :: I pass away
pertranseundus {v} :: which is to be transited
pertransiens {v} :: going or passing through or away
pertransitus {v} :: passed through or away
pertristis {adj} :: very sad, etc
pertundendus {v} :: which is to be bored through, which is to be perforated
pertundens {v} :: boring through, perforating
pertundo {v} :: I bore through, perforate
pertunsus {v} :: perforated
perturbatio {f} :: confusion
perturbatio {f} :: disturbance, disorder
perturbatio {f} :: commotion
perturbatio {f} :: revolution
perturbatio {f} :: perturbation
perturbatio {f} :: passion
perturbaturus {v} :: Frightened thoroughly
perturbatus {v} :: confused
perturbatus {v} :: disturbed, perturbed
perturbatus {v} :: troubled, alarmed
perturbo {v} :: I confuse
perturbo {v} :: I disturb or perturb
perturbo {v} :: I trouble or alarm
perturpis {adj} :: very ugly etc
pertusurus {v} :: about to bore through or perforate
pertusus {v} :: perforated
peruanus {adj} :: Peruvian
perula {f} :: a little wallet, a pocket
perula {f} :: in literal use
perula {f} [transferred sense, comical] :: a tumescent womb or paunch
perula {f} [Medieval Latin] :: pearl (shelly concretion, usually found in oysters, and often valued in a manner akin to semi-precious jems)
peruncturus {v} :: about to anoint
perunctus {v} :: anointed
perungendus {v} :: which is to be anointed
perungens {v} :: anointing
perungo {v} :: I anoint, besmear
perurendus {v} :: which is to be burnt up
perurens {v} :: burning up
perurgens {v} :: oppressing, distressing
perurgeo {v} :: I press upon greatly; oppress, distress
perurgeo {v} :: I press or urge greatly; take great pains to
perurguens {v} :: alternative form of perurgens
perurgueo {v} :: alternative form of perurgeo
peruro {v} :: I burn completely; burn up, consume
Perusia {prop} {f} [geography] :: Perugia
perusurus {v} :: about to burn up
perusus {v} :: burnt up
perutilis {adj} :: Very useful
Peruvia {prop} {f} [New Latin] :: Peru
peruvianus {adj} [New Latin] :: Peruvian
pervadendus {v} :: which is to be pervaded
pervadens {v} :: pervading
pervado {v} :: I pass or spread through; I pervade
pervagandus {v} :: which is to be pervaded
pervagans {v} :: pervading
pervagatior {adj} :: more pervaded
pervagaturus {v} :: about to pervade
pervagatus {v} :: pervaded
pervagor {v} :: I wander through; I rove about
pervagor {v} :: I pervade
pervagor {v} :: I extend
pervagus {adj} :: wandering all over, roaming widely
pervaleo {v} :: I am very able or powerful
pervalidus {adj} :: very strong
pervasurus {v} :: about to pervade
pervasus {v} :: pervaded
pervecturus {v} :: about to convey
pervectus {v} :: conveyed
pervehendus {v} :: which is to be conveyed
pervehens {v} :: conveying
perveho {v} :: I carry, bear or convey through
perveniendus {v} :: which is to be reached or attained
perveniens {v} :: coming, arriving
perveniens {v} :: reaching, attaining, coming to
pervenio {v} :: I come, arrive
pervenio {v} :: I reach, attain, come to
perventurus {v} :: about to arrive, attain
perventus {v} :: arrived, attained
perversio {f} :: inversion
perversio {f} :: perversion
perversitas {f} :: frowardness, untowardness, perversity
perversurus {v} :: about to overthrow
perversus {v} :: overthrown
perversus {v} :: subverted, corrupted
pervertendus {v} :: which is to be overthrown
pervertens {v} :: overthrowing
perverto {v} :: I overthrow
perverto {v} :: I subvert or corrupt
pervestigandus {v} :: which is to be investigated thoroughly
pervestigans {v} :: investigating thoroughly
pervestigaturus {v} :: about to investigate thoroughly
pervestigatus {v} :: investigated thoroughly
pervestigo {v} :: I examine or investigate thoroughly
pervetus {adj} :: very old, aged, ancient
pervetus {adj} :: very long-standing
pervicacia {f} :: obstinacy
pervicax {adj} :: firm, determined
pervicax {adj} :: stubborn, obstinate, headstrong, wilful
pervicax {adj} :: steadfast
pervicturus {v} :: about to conquer
pervictus {v} :: conquered
pervicus {adj} :: stubborn, obstinate
pervidendus {v} :: which is to be overlooked
pervidens {v} :: overlooking
pervideo {v} :: I look over or on, overlook, survey, view
pervideo {v} :: I consider, examine
pervideo {v} :: I perceive, discern
pervigeo {v} :: I continue blooming or flourishing; bloom or flourish to the last
pervigilo {v} :: I remain awake all night; keep watch all night; keep a religious vigil
pervincendus {v} :: which is to be conquered
pervincens {v} :: conquering
pervinco {v} :: I conquer completely, gain a complete victory
pervinco {v} :: I carry a point, maintain an opinion
pervinco {v} :: I surpass, outdo, exceed
pervinco {v} :: I induce or prevail upon with great effort; effect or bring about with much labor
pervinco {v} :: I prove, demonstrate
pervisurus {v} :: about to overlook
pervisus {v} :: overlooked
pervius {adj} :: Having a passage through; passable, traversable, penetrable
pervolgandus {v} :: alternative form of pervulgandus
pervolgans {v} :: alternative form of pervulgans
pervolgaturus {v} :: alternative form of pervulgaturus
pervolgatus {v} :: alternative form of pervulgatus
pervolgo {v} :: alternative form of pervulgo
pervolo {v} :: I fly through or about
pervolo {v} :: I wish greatly
pervolvo {v} :: I roll or tumble about
pervolvo {v} :: I am very busy
pervulgandus {v} :: which is to be published
pervulgans {v} :: publishing
pervulgaturus {v} :: about to publish
pervulgatus {v} :: published (made known publicly)
pervulgo {v} :: I publish (make publicly known)
pes {m} :: a foot, in its senses as
pes {m} [anatomy] :: a human foot
pes {m} [zoology] :: any equivalent body part of an animal, including hooves, paws, etc
pes {m} [units of measure] :: any of various units of length notionally based on the adult human foot, especially [historical] the Roman foot
pes {m} [poetry] :: a metrical foot: the basic unit of metered poetry
pes {m} [geography] :: the base of a mountain
pes {m} [furniture] :: the bottom of a leg of a table, chair, stool, etc
pes {m} [figuratively] :: a place to tread one's foot: territory, ground, soil
pes {m} [nautical] :: a rope attached to a sail in order to set
pes {m} [music] :: tempo, pace, time
pes {m} [botany] :: the pedicel or stalk of a fruit
Pescennius {prop} {m} :: a Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name" famously held by:
Pescennius {prop} {m} :: Pescennius Niger, a Roman emperor
pescia {np} [plurale tantum] :: A kind of caps made of lamb skin
pessime {adv} :: superlative of male
pessimo {v} :: I ruin (spoil completely)
pessimus {adj} :: worst
pessulum {n} :: a pessary
pessulus {m} :: a bolt (of a door)
pestibilis {adj} :: pestilential, destructive, noxious
pestifer {adj} :: pestilential
pestifer {adj} :: destructive, baleful, noxious, pernicious, pestiferous
pestilens {adj} :: pestilential, infected, unhealthy
pestilens {adj} :: noxious, destructive, pestilent
pestilens {m} :: a pestilent or noxious man
pestilentia {f} :: infectious or contagious disease; plague, pestilence
pestilentialis {adj} :: pestilential
pestilentus {adj} :: pestilential, unhealthy
pestis {f} :: a disease, plague
pestis {f} :: a pest
pestis {f} :: destruction, ruin, death
petasatus {adj} :: wearing a travelling-cap; hence, ready for a journey
petasio {m} :: A leg or pestle of pork, especially the shoulder
petasius {noun} :: a petasius: a large, broad-rimmed bell used for summoning monks
petasus {m} :: a travelling hat or cap with a broad brim
petasus {m} [architecture] :: something in the shape of a cap, placed on a building; a cap, cupola
petaurista {m} :: an acrobat
Petelia {prop} {f} :: a city of Bruttium situated near Croton
petendus {v} :: which is to be desired
petendus {v} :: which is to be attacked
petens {v} :: desiring
petens {v} :: attacking
petesso {v} :: I strive after eagerly, pursue
petesso {v} :: I strive after repeatedly
Peticus {prop} {m} :: A Roman cognomen — famously held by:
Peticus {prop} {m} :: Gaius Sulpicius Peticus, a Roman consul
petilium {n} :: an autumnal flower
Petilius {prop} {m} :: a Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name" famously held by:
Petilius {prop} {m} :: Quintus Petilius Cerialis, a Roman general
petilus {adj} :: thin, slender
petimen {n} [pathology] :: A sore on the shoulder of a beast of burden
petiolatus {adj} :: having a petiole / leafstalk; petiolate
petiolus {noun} [Late Latin] :: a little foot
petiolus {noun} [Late Latin] :: a fruit stalk; stem
petisso {v} :: alternative form of petessō
petitio {f} :: an attack, thrust, blow
petitio {f} :: a request, petition, beseeching
petitio {f} :: an applying for office
petitio {f} [legal] :: suit, claim
petitio {f} [legal] :: right of claim
petitor {m} :: seeker, striver
petitor {m} :: applicant, candidate
petitor {m} :: claimant, plaintiff
petitor {m} :: suitor, wooer
petiturus {v} :: about to seek
petitus {v} :: sought
peto {v} :: I ask, beg, request
peto {v} :: I make for (somewhere)
peto {v} :: I seek, aim at, desire
peto {v} :: I beg, beseech
peto {v} :: I attack
peto {v} [ecclesiastical] :: To missionize or proselytize among the people of a place
petoritum {n} :: An open, four-wheeled carriage
petra {f} :: stone, rock
Petra {prop} {f} :: A place name
Petra {prop} {f} :: given name, the feminine form of Petrus
petraeus {adj} :: That grows (or lives) in rocky places
petro {m} :: A rustic, a country bumpkin
petro {m} :: An old wether (a ram whose flesh is as hard as stone)
Petrocorii {prop} {mp} :: A tribe of Aquitania mentioned by Pliny, whose capital was Vesunna
Petronius {prop} {m} :: a Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name" famously held by:
Petronius {prop} {m} :: Gaius Petronius Arbiter, a Roman courtier
Petronius {adj} :: of or pertaining to the gens Petronia
petroselinum {n} :: rock parsley
petrosus {adj} :: rocky
Petrus {prop} {m} :: Peter [biblical character]
Petrus {prop} {m} :: given name equivalent to Peter
Petuaria {prop} {f} :: A town of Britannia whose ruins are situated near the modern town of Brough
petulans {adj} :: pert, saucy, impudent, wanton
petulans {adj} :: freakish
petulans {adj} :: petulant
petulanter {adv} :: insolently, impudently
petulanter {adv} :: petulantly
petulantia {f} :: impudence
petulantia {f} :: wantonness
petulantia {f} :: petulance
petulantior {adj} :: more insolent etc
petulantissimus {adj} :: most or very pert, impudent etc
petulcus {adj} :: butting (of horns or head)
petulcus {adj} :: wanton, frisky
Peuce {prop} {f} :: an island formed by the Danube
peucedanum {n} :: hog fennel, sulphurwort
Peucetii {prop} {mp} :: A tribe of southern Italy, inhabiting the southern part of Apulia
Peucini {prop} {mp} :: A tribe of Germany mentioned by Pliny
peumene {f} :: A kind of scum of silver
pexus {v} :: Neatly combed; new
Phacusa {prop} {f} :: One of the Sporades
phaecasium {n} :: a kind of white shoe, worn at Athens by the priests
Phaedra {prop} {f} [mythology] :: Phaedra
Phaedria {prop} {m} :: given name, character in the play Aulularia of Plautus
Phaedromus {prop} {m} :: given name, character in the play Curculio of Plautus
phaenomenon {n} :: appearance (especially in the sky)
phaenomenon {n} :: phenomenon
Phaenon {prop} {m} :: synonym of Saturnus
Phaenon {prop} {m} :: synonym of Iuppiter
Phaestum {prop} {n} :: A town of Crete situated near Gortyna
Phaethon {prop} {m} [Greek mythology] :: Phaëthon (son of Helios and Clymene, who, having obtained from his father permission to drive the sun’s chariot for a day, lost control of the steeds, and was struck down by a thunderbolt of Zeus, to prevent his setting the earth on fire)
Phaethon {prop} {m} [poetic] :: a divine epithet of the Sun
Phaethon {prop} {m} :: synonym of Iuppiter
Phaethon {prop} {m} :: synonym of Saturnus
Phaethontaeus {adj} [New Latin] :: alternative spelling of Phaëthontēus
Phaethonteus {adj} :: of or belonging to Phaëthon, Phaëthontean
Phaethonteus {adj} [poetic] :: of a poplar or poplars
Phaeton {prop} {m} :: alternative spelling of Phaëthōn
phagedaena {f} [medicine] :: cancer
phagedaenicus {adj} :: cancerous, spreading like cancer
phagedaenicus {adj} :: suffering from cancer
phager {m} :: A kind of fish
phago {m} :: a glutton
Phalacrum {prop} {n} :: One of the main promontories of Corcyra
phalaena {f} [New Latin] :: a moth
phalanga {f} :: Wooden roller (for moving ships or military engines)
phalanga {f} :: pole for carrying things
phalangium {n} :: A kind of venomous spider
phalanx {f} :: phalanx, battalion
Phalasarna {prop} {f} :: A town of Crete situated on the northwestern side of the island
phalera {f} :: ornament
phalera {f} :: phalera
phalerae {f} :: a metal disc or boss, especially worn as a military ornament on the breast
phalerae {f} :: a trapping for the forehead and breast of horses
Phalerum {prop} {n} :: The oldest harbour of Athens, connected with the city with a long wall
phallicus {adj} :: phallic
Phaloria {prop} {f} :: A town of Thessaly situated near Tricca
Phanostrata {prop} {m} :: given name, character in the play Cistellaria of Plautus
Phanote {prop} {f} :: A fortified town of Chaonia in Epirus
phantasia {f} :: fancy, idea, notion; fantasy
phantasia {f} :: phantom, apparition
phantasia {f} :: imagination
phantasia {f} :: phase (of the moon)
phantasicus {adj} :: fanciful
phantasicus {adj} :: ghostly
phantasma {n} :: image, appearance
phantasma {n} :: apparition, spectre, phantom
phantasticus {adj} :: imaginary
pharanitis {f} :: A kind of amethyst
Pharao {prop} {m} [Late Latin] :: Pharaoh
Pharbaethos {prop} {f} :: A town of Lower Egypt on the eastern branch of the Nile
pharetra {f} :: a quiver
pharetra {f} [by extension] :: a kind of sundial in the form of a quiver
pharetratus {adj} :: equipped with or wearing a quiver, quivered
pharetriger {adj} :: carrying a quiver, quiver-bearing
Pharisaeus {m} [chiefly in the plural] :: a Pharisee (a member of the Jewish sect of that name)
Pharisaeus {m} [Ecclesiastical Latin, exclusively in the plural, the sect taken as a collective] :: the Pharisees
Pharisaeus {adj} :: Pharisaean
pharmacopola {f} :: Person who sells medicines; quack
pharmacopola {f} :: pharmacist
pharmacum {noun} :: drug, medicine
pharmacum {noun} :: poison
Pharnaces {prop} {m} :: The progenitor of the kings of Cappadocia
Pharnaces {prop} {m} :: The name of two kings of Pontus
pharnuprium {n} :: A fig wine
pharoensis {adj} [New Latin] :: pharaoh (attributive)
Pharsalus {prop} {m} :: a city of Thessaly where Caesar defeated Pompey
Pharus {prop} {f} :: Pharos, the small island off Alexandria where the famous lighthouse was located
Pharusii {prop} {mp} :: An ancient tribe which dwelt on the west coast of Africa
pharynx {n} :: pharynx
phascola {f} :: wallet, scrip
Phaselis {f} :: A coastal town of Lycia situated on a headland
phasellus {m} :: alternative form of phaselus
phaselus {m} :: a kind of bean with an edible pod, French bean, kidney bean, phasel
phaselus {m} :: [transf.] a light vessel (in the shape of a kidney bean) made of wicker-work or papyrus, sometimes also of burned and painted clay
phaseolus {m} :: A type of bean with an edible pod; kidney bean
phasianus {m} :: pheasant (bird)
phaulius {adj} :: bad, referred to olives
phaunos {m} :: A parasitic plant
Phazania {prop} {f} [geography] :: Fezzan
Pheia {prop} {f} :: A city of Pisatis situated upon an isthmus
pheleta {f} :: cheat, rogue, robber
Phellus {prop} {m} :: A town of Lycia situated near Antiphellus
Pheneus {prop} {m} :: A town of Arcadia, shut on every side by mountains
Pherae {prop} {fp} :: a city of Thessaly and legendary residence of Admetus and Eumelus
Pherae {prop} {fp} :: a city of Messenia
phiala {f} :: saucer (or similar broad, flat bowl)
phiala {f} [Late Latin] :: a censer, thurible
Phidon {prop} :: A king of Argos
-phila {suffix} :: -phile
Phila {prop} {f} :: An island of the Mediterranean situated near the Stoechades
Philadelphia {prop} {f} :: A city of Lydia situated near the course of the Cogamus
Philadelphia {prop} {f} :: A town of the Decapolis, now Amman
Philae {prop} {fp} :: a small island in the Nile situated near Syene
Philae {prop} {fp} :: a city near this island
Philaenium {prop} {n} :: given name, character in the play Asinaria of Plautus (a young prostitute)
Philematium {prop} {m} :: given name, character in the play Mostellaria of Plautus
philematologia {fs} [New Latin] :: The philological and theological study of kissing; philematology
Philippa {prop} {f} :: given name, character in the play Epidicus of Plautus
philippensis {adj} :: Philippines (attributive)
Philippi {prop} {mp} :: Philippi (ancient city in Macedonia and site of a famous battle)
Philippinae {prop} :: Philippines
philippinensis {adj} :: Filipino
philippinicus {adj} :: Filipino
philippinus {adj} :: Philippines (attributive)
Philippopolis {f} :: A city of Thrace, now Plovdiv
Philippus {prop} {m} :: given name
Philiscum {prop} {n} :: A town of Syria mentioned by Pliny
Philocrates {prop} {m} :: given name, character in the play Bacchides of Plautus
Philodemus {prop} {m} :: An Epicurean philosopher and poet, born in Gadara
Philolaches {prop} {m} :: given name, character in the play Mostellaria of Plautus
philologicus {adj} :: philological
philomela {prop} {f} [literary zoology, originally] :: The swallow
philomela {prop} {f} [literary zoology, mistakenly] :: The nightingale
Philomela {prop} {f} [mythology] :: A female given name, particularly the sister of Procne who is raped and mutilated by her brother-in-law Tereus and supposedly transformed into a swallow by the gods
Philomelium {prop} {n} :: A town of Phrygia situated on the road from Synnada to Iconium
Philopolemus {prop} {m} :: given name, character in the play Bacchides of Plautus
philosophandus {v} :: which is to be philosophized (thought about rationally)
philosophans {v} :: philosophizing
philosophaster {m} :: a bad philosopher, philosophaster
philosophaturus {v} :: about to philosophize
philosophatus {v} :: philosophized
philosophe {adv} :: philosophically
philosophia {f} :: philosophy
philosophice {adv} :: philosophically
philosophicus {adj} :: philosophical
philosophor {v} :: I philosophize
philosophus {adj} :: philosophical
philosophus {adj} [substantive] :: philosopher
philosophus {m} :: philosopher
Philoxenus {prop} {m} :: given name, character in the play Bacchides of Plautus
Philto {prop} {m} :: given name, character in the play Trinummus of Plautus
phimus {m} :: A dicebox
Phinopolis {f} :: A town of Thrace situated on the Black Sea
Phintias {prop} {m} :: a tyrant of Agrigentum
Phintias {prop} {m} :: a city on the southern coast of Sicily, situated between Agrigentum and Gela
Phintonis {f} :: An island situated between Corsica and Sardegna, probably the Maddalena island in Italy
phlebotomia {f} :: bloodletting, phlebotomy
phlegma {n} :: phlegm
Phlegra {prop} {f} :: The ancient name of the town Pallene
Phlius {prop} {m} :: A city of Peloponnesus situated between Sicyon and Argolis, near the sources of the river Asopus
phloginos {m} :: A flame-colored gem
phoca {f} :: seal (marine animal)
Phocasia {prop} {f} :: An island of the Aegean Sea mentioned by Pliny
Phocis {f} [geography] :: a region of ancient Greece
Phoebus {prop} {m} :: Apollo, i.e. Phoebus Apollo, the "radiant one"
Phoenice {prop} {f} :: Phoenicia
phoeniceus {adj} :: purple-red
Phoenicia {prop} {f} :: Phoenicia
phoenicitis {f} :: An unknown kind of precious stone, perhaps having a purple or crimson color
phoenicius {adj} :: Phoenician
phoenicurus {m} :: The redstart
Phoenicusa {prop} {f} :: Filicudi, one of the Lipari Islands
phoenix {f} :: phoenix
phoenix {m} :: Phoenician
phoenix {adj} :: Phoenician
Phoenix {prop} {m} [Greek mythology] :: A companion of Achilles during the Trojan War
Pholoe {prop} {f} :: A mountain of Arcadia on the borders of Elis
Pholoe {prop} {f} :: A mountain of Thessaly and abode of the Centaurs
Pholus {prop} {m} [Greek mythology] :: A centaur, son of Silenus
phonascus {m} :: teacher of singing and elocution
phosphorus {n} [New Latin, chemistry] :: phosphorus
Photice {prop} {f} :: A city of Epirus mentioned only by later writers
Photinus {prop} {m} :: given name
Photinus {prop} {m} [so, especially] :: Photinus (the bishop of Sirmium, founder of a Christian sect, the adherents of which are called Phōtīniānī)
Photinus {prop} {m} :: Saint Pothinus (Lyonnais martyr)
photomachinula {f} :: a camera
phoxinus {m} :: the common minnow
phragmites {m} :: a kind of reed
Phraortes {prop} {m} :: A king of Media
phrasis {f} :: diction
phreneticus {adj} :: mad
Phrixa {prop} {f} :: A town of Triphylia situated on the left bank of the river Alpheus
Phrixus {prop} {m} [Greek mythology] :: The son of Athamas, king of Boeotia, and Nephele
Phronesium {prop} {m} :: given name, character in the play Truculentus of Plautus
phryganion {n} :: An unknown sort of insect
Phrygia {prop} {f} :: Phrygia
Phrygia {prop} {f} [poetic] :: Troy
Phrynichus {prop} {m} :: An Athenian general
Phrynichus {prop} {m} :: An Athenian literary, disciple of Thespis
phrynos {m} :: A kind of venomous frog
Phthenethu {prop} {n} :: A town of Egypt mentioned by Pliny
Phthia {prop} {f} :: A city of Thessaly and birthplace of Achilles
Phthiotis {f} [geography] :: The southern district of Thessaly
phthisicus {adj} :: consumptive, phthisical (suffering from consumption or phthisis)
phthisicus {m} :: a consumptive, a phthisic or phthisical (one suffering from consumption or phthisis)
phthisis {f} :: consumption, phthisis, tuberculosis
phthongus {m} :: a sound, tone
phthongus {m} :: a note in music
phur {c} :: alternative form of fur
phy {interj} :: pish!
phycitis {f} :: An unknown kind of precious stone, with a color similar to seaweed
Phycus {prop} {f} [geography] :: A promontory of Cyrenaica and the most northerly point of Lybia
Phycus {prop} {f} :: A town on this promontory
Phygia {prop} {m} :: given name, character in the play Aulularia of Plautus
Phylace {prop} {f} :: a town of Thessaly situated near Pharsalus
Phylace {prop} {f} :: a town of Pieria
phylacterium {n} :: amulet
phylacterium {n} :: phylactery
phylacterium {n} :: gladiator's medal
phylarches {m} :: alternative form of phylarchus
phylarchus {m} :: phylarch
Phyllius {prop} {m} :: a Bœotian who was in love with Cygnus
phylum {n} :: phylum
physalis {adj} [New Latin] :: bladder (attributive)
physeter {m} :: blowpipe
physeter {m} :: cachalot (large whale)
physica {f} :: natural sciences; natural philosophy
physica {f} [New Latin] :: physics
physicalis {adj} :: physics, natural science (attributive)
physicus {adj} :: Of or pertaining to natural philosophy or physics; physical, natural
physicus {m} :: physicist; naturalist
physiologia {f} :: physiology
physiologicus {adj} :: physiological
physodes {adj} [New Latin] :: bellows-like
Phyteum {prop} {n} :: an ancient town of Aetolia
Phytia {prop} {f} :: a fortified town of Acarnania, situated near Stratus
piaculum {n} :: propitiatory sacrifice
piaculum {n} :: sin, crime, guilt
piandus {v} :: which is to be appeased
pians {v} :: appeasing
piaturus {v} :: about to appease
piatus {v} :: appeased
pica {f} :: magpie
picardicus {adj} :: Picard
picca {f} :: pickaxe, pike
picea {f} :: spruce, pitch pine
Picenum {prop} {n} [geography] :: A district of central Italy extending from the mouth of the river Aesis to that of the Matrinus, corresponding more or less to the region of Marche
piceus {adj} [attributive] :: pitch
piceus {adj} :: pitch-black
pichinchensis {adj} :: Pichincha (in Ecuador) (attributive)
picipes {adj} :: pitch black-footed
picosa {f} :: pickaxe
picris {f} :: a bitter lettuce
Pictauia {prop} :: alternative form of Pictavia
Pictavia {prop} [medieval] :: Pictland, land of the Picts; Scotland
pictipennis {adj} :: having a coloured wing or fin, or coloured feathers (as if painted)
pictipes {adj} :: having coloured feet or legs
Pictones {prop} {m} :: A Celtic tribe of Aquitania, whose capital was Limonum
pictor {m} :: A painter; embroider
pictor {m} :: (later Latin): An easel (for holding a painting)
Pictor {prop} {m} :: a cognomen famously held by:
Pictor {prop} {m} :: Quintus Fabius Pictor, a Roman politician
pictura {f} :: painting, the art of painting
pictura {f} :: picture (image)
picturatus {adj} :: decorated with colour
picturatus {adj} :: variegated
picturatus {adj} :: embroidered
pictus {v} :: decorated, embellished, having been decorated
pictus {v} :: painted, coloured, having been painted
pictus {v} :: portrayed, having been portrayed
Pictus {prop} {m} :: a Pict, a resident of early Scotland
Picumnus {prop} {m} :: a minor Roman god of the fields, matrimony, and fertility
picus {m} :: a woodpecker
picus {m} :: a griffin
pie {adv} :: piously, devoutly
pie {adv} :: dutifully, loyally
Pieria {prop} {f} [geography] :: A district in Macedonia
Pieria {prop} {f} [geography] :: A district in Syria
pietas {f} :: Dutiful conduct, sense of duty
pietas {f} [to the gods] :: Piety, conscientiousness, scrupulousness,
pietas {f} [to one's parents, children, relatives, country, benefactors, etc.] :: Duty, dutifulness, affection, love, loyalty, patriotism, gratitude
pietas {f} :: Gentleness, kindness, tenderness, pity, compassion
pietaticultrix {f} :: maternal carer
pigeo {v} :: to feel annoyance or reluctance at; to repent of
pigeo {v} [third person, singular, impersonal] :: [+accusative of the person, +genitive of the thing] it irks, pains, disgusts, afflicts, grieves
piger {adj} :: backward, slow, dull, lazy, indolent, sluggish, inactive
pigmentarius {adj} [attributive] :: paint, unguent
pigmentarius {m} :: A dealer in paints and unguents
pigmentosus {adj} [Later Latin] :: pigmented, coloured, stained
pigmentum {n} :: A material for coloring; color, paint, pigment, dye
pigmentum {n} [figuratively, of style] :: Ornament, coloring
pigneratus {v} :: pledged, pawned, mortgaged
pigneratus {v} :: guaranteed, assured
pignero {v} :: I pledge, pawn, mortgage
pignero {v} :: I guarantee, assure
pignus {n} :: pledge, mortgage
pignus {n} :: hostage
pignus {n} :: wager, stake
pigredo {f} :: slothfulness, indolence
Pigres {m} :: A writer born in Halicarnassus
pigritia {f} :: sloth, sluggishness, laziness, indolence
pigrito {v} :: alternative form of pigritor
pigritor {vi} [Late Latin] :: I am slow, sluggish, slothful, or tardy; I tarry
pigro {v} :: I am indolent, slow, dilatory
pigro {v} :: I hesitate
piguus {adj} :: indolent
piissimus {adj} :: most or very pious etc
pikermiensis {adj} :: Pikermi (attributive)
pila {f} :: mortar (used with a pestle)
pila {f} :: ball
pila {f} :: pillar
pila {f} :: pillar
pila {f} :: pier
pila {f} :: ball
pila {f} [figuratively] :: a game of ball
pila {f} :: globe, sphere
pilamalleus {m} [New Latin] :: golf (ball game)
pilaris {adj} :: of hair
pilatus {adj} [military] :: armed with javelins
pilatus {v} :: depilated
pilatus {v} :: plundered
pilatus {v} :: fixed firmly
Pilatus {prop} {m} :: A Roman cognomen — famously held by:
Pilatus {prop} {m} :: Pontius Pilatus (died AD 37), fifth prefect of the Roman province of Judaea (AD 26–36)
pilax {m} [Medieval Latin] :: a cat
pileatus {adj} :: capped
pilentum {n} :: a chariot used by Roman ladies
pileus {m} :: alternative spelling of pilleus
pilipes {adj} :: hairy-footed
pilleatus {adj} :: wearing a pilleus
pilleus {m} :: a felt cap worn at the Saturnalia, and given to freed slaves
pilleus {m} :: (hence) liberty, freedom
pillo {f} [Medieval Latin] :: chaff
pilo {vi} :: I put forth hairs, grow hairy
pilo {vt} :: I deprive of hair, make bald, depilate
pilo {vt} [figuratively] :: I plunder, pillage
pilo {v} :: I ram down, fix firmly
pilo {f} :: alternative form of pillō
pilosus {adj} :: hairy, shaggy
pilpito {vi} [of mice] :: I squeak
pilula {f} :: A small ball, globule; pellet
pilula {f} [medicine] :: A pill
pilum {n} :: a javelin, throwing spear
Pilumnus {prop} {m} :: a minor Roman god guarding the good health and growth of children
pilus {m} [anatomy] :: A hair
pilus {m} [figuratively] :: An insignificant amount; iota; least amount
pilus {m} :: A maniple of the triāriī; a reserve company of veteran soldiers
pimpinellifolius {adj} :: pimpernel-leafed
pina {f} :: sea pen (of order Pennatulacea)
Pinara {prop} {f} :: A city of Lycia situated ath the foot of Mount Cragus and not far from the river Xanthus
Pinare {prop} {f} :: A town of Cilicia mentioned by Pliny
Pinarius {prop} {m} :: a Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name" famously held by:
Pinarius {prop} {m} :: Lucius Pinarius Mamercinus Rufus, a Roman consul
Pinarius {adj} :: of or pertaining to the gens Pinaria
Pinarus {prop} {m} :: A river of Cilicia flowing into the Mediterranean Sea, now the Deli Çay
pinaster {m} :: wild pine
pinax {m} :: A picture on a wooden tablet
pincerna {m} :: cupbearer
pincerna {m} :: butler
Pindarus {prop} {m} :: Pindar (Greek lyric poet)
Pindus {prop} {m} :: A long range of mountains situated in northern Greece
Pindus {prop} {m} :: One of the towns of the tetrapolis of Doris
Pindus {prop} {m} :: A river of Doris flowing into the Cephisus
pinea {noun} :: pine cone
pinea {noun} :: pine nut
pinetum {n} :: a pine wood, pine grove
pineum {n} :: pine cone
pineus {adj} [attributive] :: pine
pineus {adj} :: pinelike
pingo {v} :: I decorate or embellish
pingo {v} :: I paint, tint or colour
pingo {v} :: I portray
pinguamen {n} :: fat
pingue {n} :: fat; grease
pinguedo {f} :: fat
pinguedo {f} :: oiliness
pinguedo {f} :: richness, abundance
pinguedo {f} :: fullness
pinguesco {v} :: I grow fat or rich
pinguido {f} :: fat
pinguido {f} :: oiliness
pinguido {f} :: richness, abundance
pinguis {adj} :: fat, plump
pinguis {adj} :: thick, dense
pinguis {adj} [of taste] :: dull, insipid, not pungent
pinguis {adj} [of wine] :: oily, rich, full-bodied
pinguis {adj} [of land] :: fertile, rich
pinguis {adj} [figuratively, of the mind] :: heavy, dull, stupid, obtuse
pinguis {adj} [figuratively] :: bold, strong
pinguis {adj} [figuratively] :: quiet, comfortable, easy
pinguis {adj} [phonology] :: of the sound l, velarized (cf. dark l)
pinguissimus {adj} :: most or very fatty, oily etc
pinguitudo {f} :: fatness, obesity, plumpness
pinguitudo {f} [of soil] :: richness, fertility
pinguitudo {f} :: oiliness
pinguitudo {f} [of pronunciation] :: coarseness, broadness
Pingus {prop} {m} :: A river of Moesia, now called Pek
pinicolus {adj} :: pine-dwelling
pinifer {adj} :: Producing pines, pine bearing
piniger {adj} :: pine-bearing
pinna {f} :: alternative form of penna
Pinna {prop} {f} :: A city of the Vestini situated on the eastern slope of the Apennines, now the town of Penne
pinnaculum {n} [Late Latin] :: a peak, pinnacle
pinnatifidus {adj} [New Latin] :: pinnatifid
pinnatus {adj} :: feathered; winged
pinnatus {adj} :: pinnate
pinniger {adj} :: alternative form of penniger
pinnula {f} :: small wing, or plume of feathers
pinnula {f} :: small fin
pinoteres {m} :: hermit crab
Pinpedunni {prop} {mp} :: A tribe of Aquitania mentioned by Pliny
pinsatio {f} :: stamping, pounding, crushing
pinso {v} :: I beat
pinso {v} :: I pound
pinso {v} :: I bray
pinso {v} :: I crush
pinso {v} :: I beat
pinso {v} :: I pound
pinsus {v} :: pounded, beaten
pinus {f} :: pine tree
pinus {f} :: pinewood, or a thing made of such wood
pinus {f} :: lance, spear
pinus {f} :: wreath of pine leaves
pinus {f} :: pine forest, pineland
pio {v} :: I appease, propitiate
pio {v} :: I purify, expiate
piper {n} :: pepper
piperatus {adj} :: peppered, having been seasoned with pepper
piperita {adj} :: pepper, peppery, peppered
pipiens {adj} [New Latin] :: chirping, piping
pipientis {adj} :: chirping, piping
pipilo {v} :: I twitter, chirp
pipinna {f} :: pee-pee, willy (term indicating a small penis)
pipio {f} :: chirping bird
pipio {f} :: squab
pipio {v} :: I pipe or chirp
pipizo {m} [Late Latin] :: the young of the crane
pipo {vi} [of chickens] :: I pip
Piquentum {prop} {n} :: a town of the interior of Istria, now Pinguente
piracium {n} :: perry
pirarium {n} [Medieval Latin] :: an orchard for pear-trees
pirarius {m} [Medieval Latin] :: a pear-tree
pirata {m} :: pirate
piraticus {adj} :: piratical
piriform {adj} :: pyriform
pirum {n} :: a pear (fruit)
pirus {f} :: a pear-tree
Pirustae {mp} :: A tribe of Illyricum
Pisae {prop} {fp} :: Pisa (city in Italy)
Pisatis {f} [geography] :: the central region of Elis
Pisaurum {prop} {n} :: A considerable town of Umbria, situated on the Adriatic coast, now the town of Pesaro
Pisaurus {prop} {m} :: One of the most important rivers of Umbria flowing into the Adriatic Sea near Pesaro, now the river Foglia
piscans {v} :: fishing
piscarius {adj} :: of or pertaining to fish or fishing
piscarius {m} :: fishmonger
piscator {m} :: fisher, fisherman
piscaturus {v} :: about to fish
piscatus {v} :: fished
Pisces {prop} {mp} :: the Fishes, Pisces (constellation)
pisciculus {m} :: little fish
pisciculus {m} :: minnow
pisciculus {m} :: tiddler
piscina {f} :: pond, pool
piscina {f} :: fish pond
piscina {f} :: swimming pool
piscis {m} :: a fish
Piscis {prop} {m} :: the Fish, Piscis Austrinus (constellation)
piscivorus {adj} :: fish-eating
piscor {v} :: I fish
piscosus {adj} :: full of fish
pisculentus {adj} :: full of or teaming with fish
pisculentus {adj} :: made of fish, fishy
Pisida {m} :: A Pisidian (inhabitant of Pisidia)
Pisidia {prop} {f} :: Pisidia (region in Asia Minor)
Pisistratus {prop} {m} :: Peisistratus, tyrant of Athens
piso {m} :: mortar
Piso {prop} {m} :: A Roman cognomen — famously held by:
Piso {prop} {m} :: Gnaeus Calpurnius Piso, a Roman statesman
pistacia {f} :: A pistachio tree
pistacium {n} :: A pistachio nut
pistana {f} :: A plant, the arrowhead
pisticus {adj} :: pure
pisticus {adj} :: genuine
pistillum {n} :: A pestle
pisto {v} :: to pound
Pistoclerus {prop} {m} :: given name, character in the play Bacchides of Plautus
pistolium {n} [New Latin] :: pistol
pistor {m} :: miller (person who grinds corn)
pistor {m} :: baker
Pistorium {prop} {n} :: A town in the northern part of Etruria, now Pistoia
pistriger {adj} :: whale-bearing; carrying a whale's body, ending in a whale's tail
pistrinum {n} :: mill
pistrinum {n} :: bakery
pistrinum {n} [figuratively] :: drudgery, oppressive labor
pistris {f} :: Any sea monster; a whale, shark, sawfish
pisturus {v} :: about to pound
pistus {v} :: pounded, beaten
Pistyrus {prop} {m} :: a city and lake of Thrace
pisum {n} :: pea, pease
pithecium {n} :: a little ape
pithecium {n} :: a kind of flower, possibly monkey-flower (Mimulus) or snapdragon (Antirrhinum)
Pithecusa {prop} {f} :: Another name of the island Aenaria
pitheus {m} [astronomy] :: A barrel-shaped comet
Pitinum {prop} {n} :: A town of the Vestini, situated not far from the modern town of L'Aquila
pittacium {n} :: label, ticket on a wine bottle or amphora
pittacium {n} :: a plaster; small piece of linen with salve
pittacium {n} :: a patch on a garment
pituita {f} :: mucus, phlegm
pituita {f} :: rheum, head cold
pituitosus {adj} :: pituitous
Pityusae {prop} {fp} :: two islands on the southern coast of Spain, called Ebusus and Ophiusa
pius {adj} :: pious, devout
pius {adj} :: dutiful, loyal
pius {adj} :: good, blessed
pius {adj} [Late Latin] :: holy
Pius {prop} :: given name; taken by several Popes of the Roman Catholic Church
pix {f} :: pitch, tar
Plac. {prop} :: abbreviation of Placidus
placabilior {adj} :: more placable, pacifying etc
placabilis {adj} :: placable
placabilis {adj} :: pacifying, appeasing, moderating, propitiating, acceptable
placandus {v} :: which is to be appeased
placans {v} :: appeasing
placatio {f} :: appeasement
placaturus {v} :: about to appease
placatus {v} :: soothed, appeased, calmed
placatus {v} :: quiet, gentle, still, calm, peaceful
placens {v} :: pleasing, welcoming, satisfying
placenta {f} :: a flat cake
placenta {f} [New Latin] :: ellipsis of placenta uterī: placenta
placentalis {adj} [New Latin] :: placental
placenta uteri {f} [New Latin, anatomy] :: placenta (vascular organ in gestating mammals)
Placentia {prop} {f} :: Piacenza (city in Italy)
placeo {v} [with dative] :: I am pleasing or agreeable to; I please; I am welcome or acceptable; I satisfy (in a mental rather than a sensual way)
placide {adv} :: gently, calmly, gradually, peacefully, quietly, placidly
placidissime {adv} :: superlative of placide
placidius {adv} :: comparative of placide
placidus {adj} :: Placid, gentle, quiet, still, calm, mild, peaceful
placidus {adj} [of fruits] :: Ripe, mellow
placidus {adj} [of plants] :: Not wild, fruitful, suitable for cultivation
Placidus {prop} {m} :: A masculine cognomen — famously held by:
Placidus {prop} {m} :: Lactantius Placidus (circa AD 350–400), presumed author of a commentary on P. Papinius Statius’s Thebaid (circa AD 92)
placitum {n} :: opinion, teaching, theory
placitum {n} :: decree, sentence, suit, litigation
placitum {n} :: plea
placiturus {v} :: about to please, satisfy etc
placitus {v} :: pleasing, agreeable, acceptable, agreed upon
placo {v} :: I appease
placo {v} :: I placate, pacify or assuage
placo {v} :: I reconcile
Plaetorius {prop} {m} :: The name of a Roman gens, famously held by:
Plaetorius {prop} {m} :: Marcus Plaetorius Cestianus (a Roman praetor)
Plaetorius {adj} :: of or pertaining to the gens Plaetoria
plaga {f} :: plague, misfortune
plaga {f} :: stroke, blow, cut
plaga {f} :: wound, gash, injury
plaga {f} :: tract, region, quarter, zone
plaga {f} :: hunting net, web, trap
plagatus {adj} :: wounded
plagella {f} :: alternative form of plagula
plagiandus {v} :: which is to be kidnapped
plagians {v} :: kidnapping
Plagiaria {prop} {f} :: an ancient town in Lusitania situated near Emerita Augusta
plagiarius {m} :: torturer, oppressor, plunderer
plagiarius {m} :: kidnapper
plagiarius {m} :: plagiarist
plagiaturus {v} :: about to kidnap
plagiatus {v} :: kidnapped
plagiger {adj} :: stripe-bearing, born to be flogged
plagio {vt} [Late Latin] :: I steal (a person), kidnap
plagium {n} :: manstealing, kidnapping, the selling of freemen as slaves
plagosus {adj} :: fond of beating or striking
plagula {f} :: bed-curtain
Plaguleius {prop} {m} :: a Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name" famously held by:
Plaguleius {prop} {m} :: Plaguleius, a Roman partisan
planarius {adj} [Late Latin] :: of or pertaining to a plane; planar
Planasia {prop} {f} :: An island of the Tyrrhenian Sea, now Pianosa
Plancius {prop} {m} :: a Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name" famously held by:
Plancius {prop} {m} :: Marcus Plancius Varus, a Roman governor
planctus {v} :: struck, beaten
planctus {v} :: bewailed, lamented, mourned
planctus {m} :: beating or striking especially of ones breasts
planctus {m} :: wailing, lamentation
plancus {adj} :: flat-footed
plancus {m} :: alt form plangus
Plancus {prop} {m} :: A Roman cognomen — famously held by:
Plancus {prop} {m} :: Lucius Munatius Plancus, a Roman consul
plane {adv} :: distinctly, intelligibly
plane {adv} :: wholly, quite, thoroughly
plane {adv} [in answering] :: certainly, absolutely, by all reason, beyond a doubt
Planesium {prop} {m} :: given name, character in the play Curculio of Plautus
planeta {m} :: planet (wandering star)
planetula {f} [New Latin] :: small planet, minor planet
plangens {v} :: striking, beating
plangens {v} :: bewailing, lamenting, mourning
plango {v} :: I strike, beat
plango {v} :: I bewail, lament, mourn
plangor {m} :: striking, beating
plangor {m} :: grief, loud mourning, wailing
plangus {m} :: A sort of eagle
planiceps {adj} :: flat-headed
planifrons {adj} :: having a flat front or forehead
Planinum {prop} {n} :: A town of Picenum
planior {adj} :: flatter, more level or even
planipennis {adj} :: having a flat horn
planissimus {adj} :: most or very level or flat
planitia {f} :: alternative form of planities
planities {f} :: plain, plateau
planities {f} :: flatness
planta {f} :: a plant
planta {f} :: a shoot, twig, sprout
planta {f} :: the sole (of the foot)
plantagineus {adj} [attributive] :: plantain
plantago {f} :: the plantain, especially the greater plantain (Plantago major)
plantago {f} [Medieval Latin] :: a field or other place planted with vines, a vineyard
plantans {v} :: planting
plantans {v} :: propagating
plantaria {np} :: Cuttings, slips (of plants)
plantaria {np} :: Winged sandals
plantarium {n} :: nursery (for young plants)
plantatio {f} :: planting, transplanting
plantatus {v} :: planted
plantatus {v} :: propagated
plantiger {adj} :: having shoots, branching
planto {v} [of garden vegetables] :: I plant, set
planto {v} :: I transfer, set (vegetables, young trees), propagate from cuttings
planum {n} :: a plain, level ground
planus {adj} :: level, flat, even
planus {m} :: a cheat, impostor
plasmatio {f} :: a forming, fashioning, creating
plasmator {m} :: a former, fashioner, creator
plasmo {v} :: I form, mould, fashion
plastes {m} :: One who shapes or moulds things; moulder, shaper
plasticus {adj} :: Of or pertaining to moulding or shaping
plasticus {adj} :: Made of plastic
Plataeae {prop} {fp} :: Plataea (city in Greece, famous for the important battle fought there)
platanetum {n} :: a planetrees grove
platanifolia {adj} [New Latin] :: A specific epithet
plataninus {adj} :: of or pertaining to a planetree
platanus {f} :: planetree, sycamore
platea {f} :: street
platea {f} :: courtyard
platensis {adj} :: River Plate (attributive)
platessa {f} [Late Latin] :: flatfish, plaice
platicus {adj} :: compendious, general
platinum {n} :: platinum
Plato {prop} {m} :: Plato, a Greek philosopher
Platon {prop} {m} :: alternative form of Platō
Platonicus {adj} :: Platonic, of or pertaining to Plato
platyphyllus {adj} :: having flat leaves
platyrhynchos {adj} [New Latin] :: flat-nosed
platyrhynchus {adj} [New Latin] :: flat-nosed
plaudendus {v} :: which is to be struck
plaudens {v} :: striking, beating
plaudens {v} :: applauding
plaudens {v} :: approving
plaudo {v} :: I strike, beat, clap
plaudo {v} :: I applaud; I clap my hands in token of approbation
plaudo {v} :: I approve
plaudo {v} :: I strike hands to complete a bargain
plaudo {v} [poetic, of wings] :: I beat, flap
plaustrum {n} [vehicles] :: wagon, wain, cart
plausurus {v} :: about to strike
plausus {v} :: struck
plausus {m} :: applause, cheers
Plautius {prop} {m} :: a Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name" famously held by:
Plautius {prop} {m} :: Marcus Plautius Silvanus, a Roman politician
plautus {adj} :: wide, broad
plautus {adj} :: flat, level
plautus {adj} :: broad-shouldered
Plautus {prop} {m} :: A Roman cognomen — famously held by:
Plautus {prop} {m} :: Titus Maccius Plautus, a Roman playwright
Plavis {prop} {m} :: the Piave river
plebeius {adj} :: plebeian
plebeius {adj} :: common, vulgar
plebeius {m} :: plebeian
plebejus {adj} :: alternative form of plebeius
plebejus {m} :: alternative form of plebeius
plebes {f} :: alternative form of plēbs
plebicola {f} :: populist (politician, judge etc.)
plebs {f} [countable and uncountable] :: plebeians, common people
plectendus {v} :: which is to be plaited, which is to be woven, which is to be braided
plectendus {v} :: which is to be twisted, which is to be bent, which is to be turned
plectens {v} :: plaiting, weaving, braiding
plectens {v} :: twisting, bending, turning
plecto {v} :: I plait, weave, braid
plecto {v} :: I twist, bend, turn
plecto {v} :: I punish; I beat
plecto {v} :: I blame
plectrum {n} :: A plectrum; tool for playing a stringed instrument
plectrum {n} :: A lyre, lute
Pleiae {prop} {fp} :: A town of Laconia mentioned by Livy
Pleistus {prop} {m} :: A river of Greece rising in the Mount Parnassus and flowing into the Gulf of Corinthus near Cirrha
Pleminius {prop} {m} :: a Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name" famously held by:
Pleminius {prop} {m} :: Quintus Pleminius, a Roman politician
plenarius {adj} :: full, plenary; entire
plenarius {adj} :: absolute
plendus {v} :: which is to be filled
plene {adv} :: fully
plenilunium {n} :: full moon
plenior {adj} :: fuller, plumper
plenior {adj} :: more satisfied
plenissimus {adj} :: most or very full
plenissimus {adj} :: most or very satisfied
plenitas {f} :: The state of being full; fullness; abundance, copiousness, plenty, repletion
plenitudo {f} :: fullness, abundance, plenitude
plenitudo {f} :: thickness
plens {v} :: filling
plenus {adj} [with genitive or ablative in later Latin] :: full (of), filled, plump
plenus {adj} :: satisfied
pleo {v} :: to fill, to fulfill
pleraque {np} :: all, every thing
pleraque {np} [less emphatically] :: the most, the greatest part
pleraque {adv} [post-Classical] :: mostly, for the most part
pleraque omnia {np} [of things] :: almost all, nearly all
plerique {mp} [with specific referents] :: most of them
plerique {mp} [of people generally] :: most people, most men, the majority
plerique omnes {mp} [of people] :: almost all, nearly all
plerumque {n} [construed with a partitive genitive] :: the greatest part, the greater part
plerumque {adv} :: for the most part, on most occasions, (for) most of the time, mostly, usually, generally, ordinarily, very commonly, very often, very frequently
plerumque {adv} [post-Augustan, less emphatically] :: on many occasions, often, frequently
plerumque {adv} :: to a large extent, largely
plerunque {n} :: alternative form of plērumque
plerunque {adv} :: alternative form of plērumquē
plerus {adj} :: most, almost all
plerusque {adj} :: most, very many, most of, the greater or larger part or number of, a very great part or number of
plerusque {adj} [less emphatically] :: a considerable part or number of, a great part or number of, many, much, many of, much of
Plesidippus {prop} {m} :: given name, character in the play Rudens of Plautus
plethora {f} :: (later Latin): plethora
pletura {f} :: plethora
pleturus {v} :: about to fill
pletus {v} :: filled
Pleumoxii {prop} {mp} :: A Gallic tribe who were under the dominion of the Nervii
pleuralis {adj} [New Latin] :: pleural
Pleuratus {prop} {m} :: A king of Illyria and son of Scerdilaedus
Pleuron {prop} {m} :: A city of Aetolia situated in the plain between the Achelous and the Evenus
Pleuron {prop} {m} :: A city of Aetolia situated at the foot of the Aracynthus
Pleusicles {prop} {m} :: given name, character in the play Miles Gloriosus of Plautus
plexippus {noun} [New Latin] :: A specific epithet of the monarch butterfly, Danaus plexippus
Plexippus {prop} :: One of the 50 sons of Aegyptus (a king of Egypt), the twin brother of Danaus, who had 50 daughters
plexurus {v} :: about to plait, about to weave, about to braid
plexurus {v} :: about to twist, about to bend, about to turn
plexus {v} :: plaited, having been plaited, woven, having been woven, braided, having been braided
plexus {v} :: twisted, having been twisted, bent, having been bent, turned, having been turned
plexus {noun} :: twining, plaiting, braid
plicandus {v} :: which is to be folded
plicans {v} :: folding
plicatilis {adj} :: pliable, flexible (that may be folded up)
plicatrix {f} :: A laundry-woman who folds clothes
plicaturus {v} :: about to fold
plicatus {v} :: folded, having been folded
plico {vt} :: I fold, bend or flex; I roll up
plico {vt} :: I arrive (this meaning comes from sailors, for whom the folding of a ship’s sails meant arrival on land)
Plinius {prop} {m} :: a Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name", famously held by:
Plinius {prop} {m} :: Gaius Plinius Secundus, Pliny the Elder
Plinthine {prop} {f} :: A town of Egypt situated not far from Taposiris
plinthus {mf} [architecture] :: plinth
plinthus {mf} [surveying] :: a hundred-acre plot of land
plipio {vi} [of goshawks] :: I cry
Plistia {prop} {f} :: A town of Samnium, mentioned only by Livy
plodo {v} :: alternative form of plaudo
plorandus {v} :: which is to be deplored
plorans {v} :: crying out
plorans {v} :: complaining
ploraturus {v} :: about to deplore
ploratus {v} :: cried out; complained; lamented
ploratus {m} :: crying, wailing, weeping, lamenting
ploro {v} :: I cry out
ploro {v} :: I deplore
ploro {v} :: I lament, complain
plostrum {n} :: alternative form of plaustrum
Plotinopolis {f} :: A town of Thrace situated on the road from Trajanopolis to Hadrianopolis
plotus {m} [New Latin, obsolete] :: synonym of anhinga: the darter or snakebird
ploxenum {n} :: A wagon-box
pluit {v} :: It rains; it is raining
pluma {f} :: feather, plume
pluma {f} [by extension] :: metal scale of armor
pluma {f} :: beard-down
plumacium {n} :: A feather pillow; a down pillow
plumagine {f} :: plumage
plumandus {v} :: which is to be feathered
plumans {v} :: feathering
plumarius {adj} :: of or pertaining to feathers
plumarius {adj} :: embroidered with feathers
plumarius {m} :: embroiderer
plumaturus {v} :: about to feather
plumatus {v} :: feathered
plumbago {f} :: graphite
plumbago {f} :: the color of graphite
plumbago {f} :: leadwort
plumbandus {v} :: which is to be soldered
plumbans {v} :: soldering
plumbarius {adj} :: Of or pertaining to lead
plumbarius {m} :: A plumber
plumbaturus {v} :: about to solder
plumbatus {v} :: soldered
plumbea {f} :: A ball of lead
plumbeum {n} :: A leaden vessel
plumbeus {adj} :: Of or pertaining to lead
plumbeus {adj} :: Made of lead, leaden, full of lead
plumbeus {adj} :: Blunt, dull
plumbeus {adj} :: Heavy, burdensome
plumbeus {adj} [poetic] :: Vile, bad, poor
plumbeus {adj} [figuratively] :: Stupid, stolid
plumbo {v} :: I solder with lead
plumbo {v} :: I make with lead or out of lead
plumbosus {adj} :: leaden, full of lead
plumbum {n} :: lead (metal)
plumbum {n} :: ball of lead
plumbum {n} [poetic] :: pipe of lead
plumbum {n} [New Latin] :: pencil
plumescendus {v} :: which is to be fledged
plumescens {v} :: fledging
plumesco {v} :: I fledge (grow feathers)
plumeus {adj} :: downy, covered with down
plumeus {adj} [figuratively] :: soft, light, delicate
plumeus {adj} [figuratively] :: embroidered
plumifer {adj} :: Bearing soft, downy feathers
plumiger {adj} :: feathered, covered with feathers, feather-bearing
plumipes {adj} :: having feathered feet (poetic)
plumo {v} :: I feather; I cover with feathers
plumo {v} :: I embroider
plumo {v} :: I cover with scales
plumo {v} :: I grow feathers; become fledged
plumosus {adj} :: feathered, covered with feathers
plumosus {adj} [figuratively] :: downy
plumula {f} :: a small feather
plumula {f} :: a down feather
pluo {v} [impersonal] :: (it) rains
pluo {v} :: I fall or drip like rain
pluralis {adj} :: plural; pertaining to more than one
pluralis {adj} [grammar] :: plural
pluralis {adj} [grammar; substantive, masculine] :: plural (from numerus pluralis)
pluralitas {f} :: plurality
pluries {adv} :: often, frequently
plurifariam {adv} :: in many places
plurifariam {adv} :: in many ways, manifoldly, variously
pluriformis {adj} [post-classical] :: pluriform, having many forms, manifold, varied
plurimus {adj} :: most
plurimus {adj} :: very many
plurivocus {adj} [Late Latin] :: Having different meanings or interpretations
plus {adj} :: more
plusquamperfectus {adj} :: more than perfect
plusquamperfectus {adj} [grammar] :: pluperfect
pluteus {m} :: A form of protective shed or breastwork
pluteus {m} :: A moveable screen
plutonium {n} :: plutonium
pluvia {f} :: rain
pluvia {f} :: [later] a shower (of something)
pluvialis {adj} :: Of or pertaining to rain
pluvialis {adj} :: rainy, bringing rain
pluviaticus {adj} :: Of or pertaining to rain
pluviatilis {adj} :: Of or pertaining to rain; consisting of rain
pluviosus {adj} :: Full of rain; rainy
pluvius {adj} :: rainy, bringing rain
pluvius {m} :: The inner court of a dwelling, usually open to the sky and capable of collecting rainwater
p. m. {abbr} :: post meridiem — post meridiem (p.m.)
p. m. {abbr} :: per/pro mille () — permille (per mille)
p. m. {abbr} :: pro memoria
p. m. {abbr} :: post mortem — post mortem (post-mortem, postmortem)
pęnæ {noun} :: alternative typography of poenae
pœnæ {noun} :: alternative typography of poenae
pęna {f} :: alternative typography of poena
pœna {f} :: alternative typography of poena
pneumaticus {adj} [attributive] :: wind
pneumaticus {adj} :: pneumatic
pneumophilus {adj} :: lung-loving
pnigeus {m} :: A type of regulator in a water organ
pnigitis {f} :: A type of clay used for pottery
pnix {f} [pathology] :: A cramp, spasm
po- {prefix} :: off, away
Pocrinium {prop} {n} :: A town of Gallia Lugdunensis situated along the course of the Liger
poculentus {adj} :: potable, drinkable
poculum {n} :: a drinking cup
Podalia {prop} {f} :: A town of Lycia situated not far from the sources of the Xanthus
podeo {v} :: alternative form of pudeo
podex {m} [vulgar] :: [anatomy] anus, rectum
podex {m} :: fundament
podia {f} [nautical] :: A rope fastened to one of the lower corners of a sail
podium {n} :: balcony, especially in an amphitheater
poema {n} :: poem
poema {n} :: poetry
poemarium {n} :: collection of poems
poena {f} :: penalty
poena {f} :: punishment
poena {f} [figurative] :: execution
poenae servus {m} :: alternative form of servus poenae
poenalis {adj} :: penal; of or pertaining to punishment
poenas do {v} [idiomatic] :: I pay the penalty
poeniendus {v} :: alternative form of punendus
poeniens {v} :: alternative form of punens
poenio {v} :: alternative form of punio
poenitens {v} :: repenting
poenitentia {f} :: alternative form of paenitentia
poeniteo {v} :: alternative form of paeniteo
poenitudo {f} :: alternative form of paenitudo
poeniturus {v} :: alternative form of puniturus
poenitus {v} :: alternative form of punitus
poesis {f} :: poetry
poesis {f} :: a poem
poeta {m} :: a poet
poetaster {m} [New Latin] :: poetaster
poeticus {adj} :: poetic
Poetovio {prop} {f} :: A town of Pannonia, now Ptuj
poetria {f} [ML.] :: poetry, poesy
poetria {f} :: poetess
pogonias {m} [astronomy] :: A kind of comet
Pohangensis {adj} :: of Pohang
Pohangum {prop} :: Pohang (city)
pol {interj} :: by Pollux!, truly!, really!
Pola {prop} {f} :: Pula
polabicus {adj} :: Polabian
polaris {adj} :: (Late Latin) Of or pertaining to the poles (northern and southern)
polea {f} :: the dung of an ass's foal
polenta {f} :: pearl barley, peeled-barley, hulled and crushed grain, groats
polenta {f} :: barley meal
polia {f} :: a precious stone
polia {f} :: a stable of horses
Polichna {prop} {f} :: A town of Laconia mentioned by Polybius
Polichna {prop} {f} :: A town of Messenia
Polichna {prop} {f} :: A town in Crete situated near Cydonia
poliendus {v} :: which is to be polished
poliens {v} :: polishing
polimenta {np} :: the testicles, especially of the pork
polio {v} :: I polish, I smooth
poliocephalus {adj} :: Used as a specific epithet; having a gray head
polion {n} [Late Latin, plant] :: A strong-smelling plant, perhaps Teucrium polium
-polis {suffix} :: city; forms names of cities
politia {f} [Late Latin] :: state, government
politice {adv} :: politically
politicus {adj} :: political, civil, of the state, relating to civil polity
Politorium {prop} {n} :: An ancient city of Latium, destroyed at a very early period
politurus {v} :: about to polish
politus {v} :: polished
politus {v} :: smoothed
polium {n} :: alternative form of polion
pollen {n} [literally] :: flour, especially fine flour, milldust
pollen {n} [transferred sense] :: the (very) fine powder or dust of other things
pollendus {v} :: which is to be prevailed
pollens {v} :: able, being strong; mighty, powerful
Pollentia {prop} {f} :: a city of the interior of Liguria, situated near the confluence of the Stura and Tanaro
Pollentia {prop} {f} :: a town of Picenum
Pollentia {prop} {f} :: a town in the Balearic Islands, now Pollença
polleo {v} :: to be strong or powerful; to prevail
polleo {v} [of medicines] :: to be potent, to operate
polleo {v} :: to be worth; to have importance
polleo {v} :: to be rich in
pollex {m} :: thumb
pollex {m} :: great toe
pollex {m} :: a unit of distance, equivalent to approximately 24.6 mm; one uncia (see also: Ancient Roman units of measurement)
pollicaris {adj} :: of a thumb
pollicendus {v} :: which is to be promised
pollicens {v} :: promising, guaranteeing
pollicens {v} :: bidding, offering
pollicens {v} :: forboding
polliceor {v} :: I promise, guarantee
polliceor {v} :: I bid, offer
polliceor {v} :: I forbode
pollice verso {phrase} :: with the thumb turned (how spectators indicated favor or displeasure at gladiatorial games)
pollicitandus {v} :: which is to be promised
pollicitans {v} :: promising
pollicitatio {f} :: promise
pollicitaturus {v} :: about to promise
pollicitatus {v} :: promised
pollicitor {v} :: I promise
polliciturus {v} :: about to promise
pollicitus {v} :: promised, guaranteed
pollinctor {m} :: undertaker; a person who prepared corpses for a funeral
pollingo {v} :: I wash a corpse in preparation for a funeral
pollinium {n} [New Latin] :: pollinium
Pollio {prop} {m} :: A Roman cognomen — famously held by:
Pollio {prop} {m} :: Gaius Asinius Pollio, a Roman poet
pollis {mf} :: alternative form of pollen
pollubrum {n} :: A washbasin, a laver
polluceo {v} :: I place upon an altar as a sacrifice, offer (up)
polluceo {v} [of a meal] :: I serve up
polluceo {v} :: I entertain
polluendus {v} :: which is to be soiled
polluens {v} :: soiling, defiling, polluting, staining, fouling
polluens {v} :: contaminating, violating, dishonouring, desecrating
polluo {v} :: I soil, defile, pollute, stain, foul
polluo {v} [figuratively, morally] :: I contaminate, violate, dishonor, desecrate, pollute, defile
pollus {adj} :: alternative form of polus
pollutio {f} :: pollution, contamination, defilement
pollutrix {f} [Late Latin] :: a (female) polluter
polluturus {v} :: about to soil
pollutus {v} :: Soiled, defiled, polluted, stained, fouled; having been soiled, defiled, polluted, stained or fouled
pollutus {v} :: Contaminated, violated, dishonored, desecrated, polluted; having been violated, dishonored, desecrated or polluted; corrupt, depraved; no longer virgin, unchaste
Polonia {prop} {f} [medieval, New Latin] :: Poland
polonicus {adj} :: Polish
polonium {n} :: polonium
polteo {adj} :: synonym of ulterior
polulus {adj} :: alternative form of paululus
polus {m} :: pole (an extreme point of an axis)
Polusca {prop} {f} :: A Volscian small town situated near Corioli
polyacanthus {adj} :: having many spines or thorns; polyacanthous
polyadenus {adj} [New Latin, botany] :: polyadenous (having many glands)
polyanthus {adj} [New Latin] :: Having many flowers
Polybus {prop} {m} :: given name — famously held by:
Polybus {prop} {m} :: a king of Corinth, at whose court Oedipus was brought up
Polybus {prop} {m} :: one of the suitors of Penelope (the wife of Odysseus)
polycephalum {adj} [New Latin] :: A specific epithet for several organisms that appear to have many heads
polychresta {f} :: polychrest
polychrestus {adj} :: polychrest
polychronius {adj} [Late Latin] :: long-lived
polydactylus {adj} :: many-fingered
polygamus {adj} [Medieval Latin] :: polygamous
polygonoides {f} :: A type of clematis
polygonos {m} :: knotgrass
polygonum {n} [mathematics] :: polygon
polymitarius {adj} :: damask (attributive)
polymitarius {adj} :: highly wrought or finished
polymitus {adj} :: woven with many threads; damasked
polymorphus {adj} :: polymorphous, polymorphic
Polynesia {prop} {f} [New Latin] :: Polynesia
polynomium {n} [mathematics] :: polynomial
polypus {m} :: octopus
polypus {m} :: cuttlefish
polypus {m} :: nasal tumor
polyrhizus {adj} :: Having many roots
Polyrrhenia {prop} {f} :: A town in the north-western part of Crete
polysemus {adj} :: Having many significations
polysigma {n} :: overuse of the sound "s" in speaking
polyspaston {n} :: A hoisting-tackle with many pulleys
polytheismus {m} :: polytheism
polytrichus {adj} [New Latin] :: Having many hairs
Polyxena {prop} {f} [Greek mythology] :: The daughter of Priamus and Hecuba, sacrificed to the ghost of Achilles
polyzoarium {n} :: A polyzoary
pomerium {n} :: bounds, limits, especially the space either side of town walls left free of buildings
Pometia {prop} {f} :: an ancient city of Latium, whose position is unknown
pometum {n} [post-Classical] :: a place planted with fruit trees, an orchard
pomifer {adj} :: fruit-bearing
Pomona {prop} {f} [Roman god] :: the goddess of fruitful abundance
Pomona {prop} {f} [metonymically] :: fruits
pompa {f} :: procession
pompa {f} :: pomp
pompalis {adj} :: processional
pompalis {adj} :: pompous
pompaliter {adv} :: processionally
pompaliter {adv} :: pompously
pompaticus {adj} :: showy, pompous, splendid
pompatus {v} :: acted or done pompously (with pomp)
pompatus {adj} :: splendid (with pomp)
Pompeiani {mp} :: inhabitants of Pompeii (a city), the Pompeiians
Pompeianum {ns} :: a villa of Cicero near Pompeii
Pompeianus {adj} :: of or belonging to Pompeii (a city), Pompeiian
Pompeii {prop} :: Pompeii (a maritime city in the south of Campania, overwhelmed by an eruption of Vesuvius, A.D. 79)
Pompeiopolis {prop} {f} :: Pompeiopolis (city in Paphlagonia, modern Turkey)
Pompeiopolis {prop} {f} :: Soli, Cilica (city in Cilicia, modern Turkey, after being rebuilt)
Pompeius {prop} {m} :: Pompey
Pompejus {prop} {m} :: alternative form of Pompēius
Pompelo {prop} {f} :: The chief town of the Vascones in Hispania Tarraconensis, now Pamplona
pompholyx {f} :: A substance deposited from the smoke of smelting furnaces
pompilus {m} :: pilot fish
pompo {v} :: I act pompously (with pomp)
Pomponius {prop} {m} :: a Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name" famously held by:
Pomponius {prop} {m} :: Titus Pomponius Atticus, a Roman editor and patron of letters
Pomponius {prop} {m} :: Pomponius Mela, a Roman geographer
pomum {n} :: any type of fruit (applied to apples, cherries, nuts, berries, figs, dates, etc.)
pomum {n} :: fruit tree
pomus {f} :: fruit
pomus {f} :: fruit tree
ponderandus {v} :: which is to be weighed; pondered
ponderans {v} :: weighing
ponderans {v} :: pondering
ponderatio {f} :: weighing
ponderatio {f} :: weight
ponderaturus {v} :: about to weigh; ponder
ponderatus {v} :: weighed; pondered
pondero {v} :: I weigh
pondero {v} :: I ponder, reflect on, weigh up
ponderositas {f} :: ponderousness
ponderosus {adj} :: heavy, weighty, ponderous
pondo {adv} :: by weight, in weight
pondus {n} :: weight
pondus {n} :: weight of a pound
pondus {n} :: heaviness, weight of a body
pondus {n} :: load, burden
pondus {n} :: quantity, number, multitude
pondus {n} :: consequence, importance
pondus {n} [of character] :: firmness, constancy
pondus atomicum {n} [New Latin, physics, chemistry] :: atomic weight
pone {prep} :: behind; in the rear of
pone {adv} :: after, back, behind, in the rear
ponendus {v} :: which is to be placed, which is to be put, which is to be laid
ponendus {v} :: which is to be ordained
ponens {v} :: present active participle of pōnō
pono {v} :: I place, put, lay
pono {v} :: I ordain
pono {v} :: I set up, pitch (camp)
pons {m} :: A bridge, a construction or natural feature that spans a divide
pons asinorum {m} :: literally, "the Bridge of Asses": the geometric theorem (Euclid's fifth) that the two angles opposite the equal sides of an isosceles triangle are also equal
pons asinorum {m} :: a difficult early test that must be passed if further progress is to be made
Pontia {prop} {f} :: The most considerable island of the Pontine Islands in the Tyrrhenian Sea, now Ponza
ponticulus {m} :: little bridge
ponticus {adj} :: Pontic
pontifex {m} :: a high priest, State minister in ancient Rome
pontifex {m} :: a pontiff or bishop of the early Christian church, now specifically the Pope
pontificalis {adj} :: pontifical
pontificatus {m} :: pontificate (office of a pontif/pontifex)
pontificium {n} :: The dignity of a pontiff or bishop
pontificius {adj} :: pontifical
Pontius {prop} {m} :: a Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name", famously held by:
Pontius {prop} {m} :: Pontius Pilatus
pontivagus {adj} :: wandering over the sea
pontivagus {m} :: wanderer of the sea
pontivagus {m} :: voyager, navigator
ponto {m} :: ferryboat
pontus {m} :: the sea, the deep
pontus {m} :: a wave (of the sea)
Pontus {prop} {m} :: Pontus (kingdom and later Roman province)
Pontus {prop} {m} :: the Black Sea
Pontus {prop} {m} :: the general region around the Black Sea
Pontus Euxinus {prop} {m} :: Black Sea
popa {m} :: A priest's assistant (at a sacrifice)
popa {f} :: A woman who sold animals for sacrifice
popanum {n} :: a sacrificial cake
popayanensis {adj} :: Popayán (attributive)
Popilius {prop} {m} :: a Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name" famously held by:
Popilius {prop} {m} :: Marcus Popilius Laenas, a Roman consul
popina {f} :: bar, bistro, eating house (place where food (and drink) was prepared and sold)
poples {m} [literally] :: the ham of the knee, the hough, the hock
poples {m} [transferred sense, in general] :: the knee
poplicus {adj} [Medieval Latin, rare] :: alternative form of publicus
Poppaeus {prop} {m} :: a Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name" famously held by:
Poppaeus {prop} {m} :: Gaius Poppaeus Sabinus, a Roman consul
poppysma {n} :: tut tut (clicking with the tongue or lips in approbation)
poppyzon {m} :: one making a smacking noise with the mouth or lips
populabundus {adj} :: laying waste, ravaging
populandus {v} :: which is to be devastated
populans {v} :: ravaging
popularis {adj} :: popular (by, of or for the people)
popularis {n} :: compatriot, comrade
populariter {adv} :: popularly, populistically (in a populist manner)
populatio {f} :: the act of laying waste or plundering
populatio {f} :: plunder, booty
populatio {f} :: destruction, devastation, corruption, ruin
populatio {f} :: population; a people, multitude
populaturus {v} :: about to ravage
populatus {v} :: ravaged
populetum {n} :: a poplar grove
populeus {adj} [attributive] :: poplar
Populonia {prop} {f} :: an epithet of Juno
Populonia {prop} {f} :: a city of Etruria, near the modern city of Piombino
populor {v} :: I lay waste, ravage or devastate
populor {v} :: I plunder or pillage
populor {v} :: I destroy or ruin
populus {m} :: a people, nation
populus {m} :: a community of people
populus {m} :: the people
populus {f} :: poplar tree
-por {noun} :: suffixed to the genitive of the master’s name, forms names of male slaves: “—’s boy” = [gen.] servus
por- {prefix} :: forth, forward, further, onward
porca {f} :: sow (female pig)
porca {f} [agriculture] :: the ridge between two furrows; a balk
porcarius {adj} [Late Latin] :: of or relating to a swine
porcarius {m} :: a swineherd
porcella {f} :: female piglet
porcellanus {adj} :: porcelain (attributive)
porcellus {m} :: piglet
porceo {v} [archaic] :: I keep or ward off or back, hinder, restrain
porcetra {f} :: a sow that has once littered
Porcifera {prop} {f} :: A river in Liguria, now Polcevera
porcile {n} [Medieval Latin] :: a pigsty
porcinus {adj} :: pig, swine, hog (attributive)
porcinus {adj} :: porcine
Porcius {prop} {m} :: a Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name" famously held by:
Porcius {prop} {m} :: Marcus Porcius Cato Uticensis, a Roman politician and statesman
Porcius {adj} :: of or pertaining to the gens Porcia
porculetum {n} [agriculture] :: a field divided into bed
porculus {m} :: piglet; a little pig
porcus {m} :: a pig, hog, a tame swine
porcus {m} [pejorative] :: glutton, pig
porcus {m} [porcus marīnus] :: the sea-hog, mereswine, porpoise
porcus {m} :: pudenda muliebria, woman parts
porcus {m} [military] :: a wedge-shaped battle formation
porisma {n} :: A corollary
pornographia {f} :: pornography
porosior {adj} :: more porous
porositas {f} :: porosity
porosus {adj} :: porous
porphirio {f} :: purple swamphen (Fulica porphyrio) (or similar waterfowl)
Porphyrius {prop} {m} :: A Grecian philosopher, disciple of Plotinus
porpita {f} [New Latin] :: brooch
porrectior {adj} :: more stretched or extended
porrecturus {v} :: about to stretch
porrectus {v} :: stretched, extended
porrectus {v} :: offered as a sacrifice
porricio {v} :: I make an offering of
porricio {v} :: I offer as a sacrifice
porricio {v} :: To bring forth, produce any thing
porrigendus {v} :: which is to be stretched
porrigens {v} :: stretching
porrigo {v} :: I stretch, spread out, extend
porrigo {v} :: I offer, hold out
porrigo {f} :: dandruff
porro {adv} :: further
porro {adv} :: onwards
porrum {n} :: leek
porrum {n} :: chives
Porsena {prop} {m} :: A king of Etruria who made war on Rome
porta {f} :: gate, especially of a city
porta {f} :: entrance, passage, door
porta {f} [figuratively] :: way, means
portabilis {adj} :: portable, capable of being carried
porta itineri longissima {phrase} [of journeys] :: the gate to the journey [is the] furthest (meaning the first step is always the hardest)
portandus {v} :: which is to be carried, borne
portans {v} :: carrying, bearing
portans {v} :: conveying, bringing
portarius {m} :: doorkeeper, gatekeeper
portarius {m} :: porter
portarius {m} [New Latin, football] :: goalkeeper
portator {m} :: carrier; bearer; bringer
portaturus {v} :: about to carry, bear
portatus {v} :: carried
portatus {v} :: conveyed
portendens {v} :: indicating
portendens {v} :: predicting, foretelling, portending
portendo {v} :: I indicate, point out
portendo {v} :: I predict, foretell, portend
portentus {v} :: indicated, pointed out
portentus {v} :: predicted, foretold
Porthmus {prop} {m} :: A harbour of Euboea situated opposite to Rhamnus
porticus {f} :: colonnade, arcade
porticus {f} :: portico
portio {f} :: share, part, portion
portio {f} :: relation, proportion
portitor {m} :: ferryman
portiuncula {f} :: small part, portion
porto {v} :: I carry, bear
porto {v} :: I convey, bring
portoricensis {adj} :: Puerto Rican
portorium {n} :: tax, duty (on imported goods)
Portugallia {prop} {f} [medieval, New Latin] :: Portugal (country in Europe)
portulaca {f} :: The purslane
Portunata {prop} {f} :: Dugi Otok (island off the coast of Croatia)
Portunus {prop} {m} :: a minor Roman god, protector of harbors, also called Palaemon
portus {m} :: harbour, port
portus {m} :: haven, refuge, asylum, retreat
portus {m} :: warehouse
Portus {prop} {m} [more fully “Portus Ostiēnsis Augustī” or, later, “Portus Rōmae”] :: Portus (large artificial harbour of Ancient Rome)
Portus Argous {prop} {m} :: alternative form of Argōus Portus
Portus Ostium {prop} {?} :: Portsmouth (city in southern England)
porus {m} :: pore, passage in the body
porus {m} :: tufa
posca {f} :: an acidulous drink of vinegar and water
poscendus {v} :: which is to be requested
poscens {v} :: begging, requesting, desiring
posco {v} :: I beg, I demand, I request, I desire
posco {v} :: I demand for punishment, I ask the surrender of
posco {v} :: I call someone
posco {v} :: I ask in marriage, I demand one's hand
positio {f} :: position, place
positio {f} :: framing
positio {f} :: theme
positio {f} :: planting (of crops)
positio {f} :: lie (of land)
positio {f} :: attitude
positivus {adj} :: positive
positivus {adj} [grammar] :: positive (of an adjective, not comparative or superlative)
positurus {v} :: about to place, about to put, about to lay
positurus {v} :: about to ordain
positus {v} :: placed
positus {v} :: ordained
possessio {f} :: The act of taking possession of, seizing, occupying, taking
possessio {f} :: The act of holding; possession, occupation, control, occupancy
possessio {f} :: That which is possessed; a possession, property
possessiuncula {f} :: small possession or estate
possessivus {adj} :: possessive
possessor {m} :: possessor, owner, occupier
possessurus {v} :: about to possess, occupy or inhabit
possessus {v} :: possessed
possessus {v} :: seized
possibilis {adj} :: possible, that may exist, that may be done
possibilitas {f} :: possibility
possibilitas {f} :: power (to do something)
possidendus {v} :: which is to be possessed etc
possidens {v} :: having, holding, owning, possessing
possideo {v} :: I have, hold, own, possess
possideo {v} :: I possess lands, have possessions
possideo {v} :: I take control or possession of, seize, occupy
possideo {v} :: I occupy, inhabit, abide
possum {v} :: I am able, can
post {prep} [with accusative] :: (of space) behind
post {prep} [with accusative] :: (of time) after, since, (transf.) besides, except
post {adv} :: (of space) behind, back, backwards
post {adv} :: (of time) afterwards, after
post Christum natum {phrase} :: after Christ's birth; Anno Domini
postea {adv} :: afterwards, hereafter, thereafter
postea {adv} :: next, then
posteaquam {adv} :: after
posteo {v} :: I follow, go behind
posterior {adj} :: posterior, more to the back
posterior {adj} :: next, following
posteritas {f} :: future time
posteritas {f} :: posterity
posteritas {f} :: offspring
posterus {adj} :: following, next, coming after
posterus {adj} [figuratively] :: inferior
posteundus {v} :: which is to be followed
postglenoidalis {adj} [New Latin] :: postglenoid
posthabendus {v} :: which is to be postponed, neglected
posthabens {v} :: postponing, neglecting
posthabeo {v} :: I place after, esteem less; postpone, neglect
posthabiturus {v} :: about to postpone, neglect
posthabitus {v} :: postponed, neglected
posthac {adv} :: After this time, henceforth, hereafter, in future, from now on; thereafter
post hoc {phrase} :: after the fact
post hoc ergo propter hoc {phrase} [logic] :: after this, therefore because of this
posticulum {n} :: a small outhouse
posticum {n} :: back door
posticum {n} :: outhouse
posticus {adj} :: back, rear, posterior
postiens {v} :: following
postis {m} :: post, doorpost
postludium {n} [New Latin, music] :: postlude
postmodo {adv} :: afterwards
postmodo {adv} :: presently, shortly
postmodum {adv} :: afterwards, presently, shortly, later
postorbitalis {adj} [New Latin] :: postorbital
postpono {v} :: I postpone
postpono {v} :: I neglect or disregard
postpositus {v} :: postponed
postpositus {v} :: neglected, disregarded
postquam {conj} :: after
postremo {adv} :: at last, finally
postremogenitus {adj} :: last-born
postremum {adv} :: last of all, finally
postremus {adj} :: last
postremus {adj} :: next, following (coming after)
postridie {adv} :: on the following/next day
postscribo {vt} :: I write after or under
post scriptum {phrase} :: postscript, after text, literary afterthought (at the end of any text)
post scriptum {phrase} :: after the written part
posttympanicus {adj} [New Latin] :: post-tympanic
postulandus {v} :: which is to be claimed, accused, required
postulans {v} :: asking, requesting etc
postulans {v} :: prosecuting, accusing etc
postulatio {f} :: petition, request
postulatio {f} :: complaint
postulaturus {v} :: about to claim, accuse, require
postulatus {m} [legal] :: claim, demand, suit
postulatus {m} :: request
postulatus {v} :: requested, demanded
postulatus {v} :: prosecuted, sued
postulo {v} :: I ask, request, desire, demand
postulo {v} :: I pretend, claim
postulo {v} :: I prosecute, accuse, impeach, sue
postulo {v} [of things] :: I contain, measure
postulo {v} [of things] :: I need, require, call for, demand
Postumius {prop} {m} :: a Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name" famously held by:
Postumius {prop} {m} :: Aulus Postumius Tubertus, a Roman military leader
Postumius {adj} :: of or pertaining to the gens Postumia
postumus {adj} :: last, especially of children born following death of the father
postumus {m} :: a posthumous child
potabilis {adj} :: drinkable, potable
potamogeton {f} :: pondweed
Potamus {prop} {m} :: A town of Attica situated north of Thoricus
potandus {v} :: which is to be drunk
potans {v} :: drinking (alcohol)
potatio {f} :: drinking (act of)
potator {m} :: drinker
potator {m} :: tippler
potatus {v} :: alternative form of potus
potens {adj} :: being able (to), able; potent, mighty, strong, powerful
potentatus {m} :: might, power
potentatus {m} :: rule, dominion, command
potenter {adv} :: powerfully, forcefully
potenter {adv} :: effectively
potentia {f} :: force, power, might
potentia {f} :: ability, capacity
potentia {f} :: political power, authority, influence, sway
Potentia {prop} {f} :: A city of the interior of Lucania, situated in the valley of the Casuentus, now Potenza
Potentia {prop} {f} :: A town of Picenum, situated on the coast of the Adriatic Sea, now Potenza Picena
potentialis {adj} :: force, power (attributive)
potentior {adj} :: mightier, stronger, more powerful
potentissimus {adj} :: mightiest, strongest, most or very powerful
potestas {f} :: power, ability
potestas {f} :: mastery, control
potestas {f} :: authority, jurisdiction
potestas {f} :: dominion, political power
potestas {f} :: right, legal power
potestas {f} [of a word] :: meaning
potestas {f} :: possibility, opportunity
poëticus {adj} :: alternative form of poēticus
Potidania {prop} {f} :: a town of Aetolia situated on the borders of Locris
potiens {v} :: obtaining
Potina {prop} {f} [Roman god] :: The goddess that presides over children's drinking
potio {f} :: drinking
potio {f} :: drink, draught, potion
potiono {v} :: I give to drink
potior {adj} :: more able, capable; more possible
potior {v} :: I obtain or acquire
potior {v} :: I grasp
potior {v} :: I attain
potior {v} :: I seize or capture
potior {v} :: I control
potis {adj} :: able, capable, possible
potissimus {adj} :: strongest, mightiest, most powerful
potissimus {adj} :: chief, principal
Potitius {prop} {m} :: a Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name"
Potitius {adj} :: of or pertaining to the gens Potitia
potiturus {v} :: about to obtain
potitus {v} :: obtained, acquired
potitus {v} :: grasped
potitus {v} :: attained
potitus {v} :: seized, captured
potitus {v} :: controlled
Potitus {prop} {m} :: A Roman cognomen — famously held by:
Potitus {prop} {m} :: Lucius Valerius Potitus, a Roman consul
potius {adv} :: rather
potius {adv} :: rather than (potius quam)
potius {adv} :: instead
potius {adv} :: perhaps
poto {v} :: I drink (liquor)
potor {m} :: drinker (especially a hard-drinker)
potorius {adj} :: drinking (attributive)
potrix {f} :: tippler (female)
potulentus {adj} :: rather drunk, tipsy
potulentus {adj} :: alternative form of pōculentus
poturus {v} :: about to drink
potus {m} :: drink, draught
potus {m} :: drinking (action)
potus {v} :: drunk, having been drunk
potus {v} :: drained, having been drained
practicus {adj} :: practical
practicus {adj} :: active
prae- {prefix} :: before; in front
prae- {prefix} :: in charge
prae {adv} :: before
prae {adv} :: in front
prae {prep} :: before
prae {prep} :: in front of
prae {prep} :: because of
praeacutus {adj} :: sharpened, pointed
praealtus {adj} :: very high
praealtus {adj} :: very deep
praeambulo {v} :: I walk before
praeambulum {n} [Medieval Latin, Late Latin] :: preamble, preface
praeambulus {adj} [Late Latin] :: preceding
praeambulus {adj} [Late Latin] :: preparatory
praeambulus {m} [Late Latin] :: forerunner
praebendus {v} :: which is to be proffered
praebens {v} :: proffering
praebens {v} :: providing
praebeo {v} :: I proffer
praebeo {v} :: I provide, grant, service
praebeo {v} :: I show, display
praebeo {v} :: [reflexive] I show myself (to be)
praebitio {f} :: giving, furnishing, supplying, providing (act of)
praebiturus {v} :: about to proffer or provide
praebitus {v} :: proffered
praebitus {v} :: provided
praecanto {v} [pre-Classical] :: I foretell, prophesy
praecanto {v} [post-Augustan] :: I enchant, bewitch
praecantor {m} [Late Latin] :: enchanter
praecauturus {v} :: about to guard against
praecautus {v} :: guarded against
praecavendus {v} :: which is to be guarded against
praecavens {v} :: guarding against
praecaveo {vt} :: I guard against (beforehand), seek to avert or prevent
praecaveo {vi} :: I take care or heed, beware; I am on my guard
praecedendus {v} :: which is to be preceded, surpassed
praecedens {v} :: preceding
praecedens {v} :: surpassing, excelling
praecedo {v} :: I precede (go before)
praecedo {v} :: I surpass or excel
praecellens {v} :: surpassing, excelling
praecellens {adj} :: excellent; preeminent
praecellenter {adv} :: surpassingly, excellingly
praecellentissimus {adj} :: most or very excellent
praecellentissimus {adj} :: most or very preeminent
praecello {v} :: (transitive) I surpass
praecello {v} :: I excel (with per or ablative)
praecentio {f} :: prelude (singing or playing before a sacrifice, battle etc)
praeceps {adj} :: head first, headlong
praeceps {adj} :: steep, precipitous
praeceps {adj} [figuratively] :: hasty, rash, precipitate
praeceps {adv} :: headlong
praeceps {n} :: a precipice, steep place
praeceps {n} :: extreme danger
praeceptio {f} :: taking or receiving in advance; anticipation
praeceptio {f} :: preconception
praeceptio {f} :: precept
praeceptor {m} :: teacher, instructor, preceptor
praeceptor {m} :: commander, ruler
praeceptum {n} :: teaching, lesson
praeceptum {n} :: precept
praeceptum {n} :: order, command
praecepturus {v} :: about to take or seize
praecepturus {v} :: about to anticipate
praeceptus {v} :: anticipated
praecerpo {v} :: I pluck, pick, harvest beforehand, or before the right time
praecerpo {v} :: I lessen or diminish
praecessor {m} :: predecessor
praecessor {m} :: superior (person of higher rank)
praecessurus {v} :: about to precede, surpass
praecessus {v} :: preceded, surpassed
praecidens {v} :: shortening
praecidens {v} :: separating
praecidens {v} :: battering
praecido {v} :: I cut off in front or through; shorten; sever, separate
praecido {v} :: I beat to pieces, batter, smash
praecido {v} [nautical] :: I cut off or across, avoid, sail straight
praecido {v} [of discourse] :: I cut short, abridge; I am brief; break off or finish abruptly
praecido {v} :: I break off, cut off, end, destroy
praecido {v} :: I deny flatly, refuse, decline
praecinctus {v} :: surrounded, encircled
praecingo {v} :: I gird about
praecingo {v} :: I surround or encircle
praecino {v} :: I sing or play before
praecino {v} :: I predict, foretell
praecipiendus {v} :: about to predict or foretell
praecipiens {v} :: anticipating
praecipio {v} :: I take or seize beforehand, in advance
praecipio {v} :: I anticipate
praecipio {v} :: I enjoin, direct, order, command
praecipio {v} :: I teach, instruct, advise, inform
praecipitandus {v} :: which is to be thrown
praecipitans {v} :: throwing
praecipitatio {f} :: headlong fall
praecipitatio {f} :: inconsiderate haste
praecipitatio {f} :: precipitation (all senses)
praecipitaturus {v} :: about to throw
praecipitatus {v} :: cast down; thrown headlong
praecipitium {n} :: precipice
praecipito {v} :: I cast down; I throw headlong
praecipue {adv} :: especially
praecipue {adv} :: chiefly
praecipuus {adj} :: particular, special
praecipuus {adj} :: distinguished, preeminent
praecisio {f} :: the act of cutting off
praecisio {f} :: a piece cut off; cut, cutting
praecisio {f} [rhetoric] :: the act of breaking off abruptly, aposiopesis
praecisio {f} :: an overreaching
praecisus {v} :: shortened, severed
praecisus {v} :: battered, smashed
praeclamo {v} :: I forewarn (cry out beforehand)
praeclare {adv} :: clearly
praeclare {adv} :: splendidly
praeclare {adv} :: famously
praeclare {adv} :: nobly
praeclarior {adj} :: even clearer
praeclarior {adj} :: even brighter
praeclarissimus {adj} :: clearest, brightest; most famous
praeclaritas {f} :: excellence
praeclarus {adj} :: Very clear or bright
praeclarus {adj} :: Famous
praecludo {v} :: I close or block
praecludo {v} :: I forbid access to
praeclusus {v} :: blocked, closed
praeco {m} :: herald, crier
praecogito {v} :: I ponder beforehand; I precogitate
praecogito {v} :: I premeditate
praecognitus {v} :: foreknown, foreseen
praecognosco {v} :: I foresee or foreknow
praeconceptus {adj} :: preconceived
praeconium {n} :: the office of a public crier or auctioneer
praeconium {n} :: a publishing or proclaiming
praeconius {adj} :: publishing, advertising (attributive)
praecoquus {adj} :: alternative form of praecox
praecordia {f} [anatomy] :: diaphragm; midriff
praecordia {f} :: entrails
praecordia {f} :: chest
praecordium {n} :: diaphragm (midriff)
praecordium {n} [in the plural] :: entrails, vitals
praecox {adj} :: ripe before its time; premature
praecox {adj} :: precocious; untimely
praecupidus {adj} :: very desirous or fond of
praecuro {v} :: I arrange (etc) beforehand
praecurrens {v} :: preceding
praecurrens {v} :: surpassing
praecurro {v} :: I run before
praecurro {v} :: I precede
praecurro {v} :: I surpass
praecursor {m} :: forerunner, vanguard
praecursor {m} :: spy
praecursus {v} :: preceded
praecursus {v} :: surpassed
praeda {f} :: plunder, spoils of war, booty
praeda {f} :: prey, game taken in the hunt
praeda {f} :: gain, profit
praedabundus {adj} :: ravaging, pillaging, plundering
praedamno {v} :: I condemn beforehand
praedandus {v} :: to be plundered, raided
praedans {v} :: pillaging, plundering
praedans {v} :: robbing
praedatio {f} :: the taking of booty or plunder; predation
praedator {m} :: raider, plunderer, pillager, hunter
praedator {m} [biology] :: predator
praedatorius {adj} :: plundering piratical, rapacious, predatory
praedatus {v} :: pillaged, plundered, despoiled
praedatus {v} :: ravaged, robbed
praedestinatus {v} :: predestined, predetermined
praedestino {v} :: I predestine or predetermine
praedestino {v} :: I provide beforehand
praedetermino {v} :: I fix beforehand; I predetermine
praedialis {adj} [Medieval Latin] :: relating to farms or estates
praediator {m} :: A person who buys, or deals in properties at auction
praediatorius {adj} :: prediatory (relating to the auctioning of land/property)
praedicamentum {n} [Late Latin] :: that which is predicated, a predicament, category
praedicandus {v} :: which is to be proclaimed, which is to be declared publicly
praedicandus {v} :: which is to be announced, which is to be made known
praedicandus {v} :: which is to be praised, which is to be commended, which is to be extolled
praedicans {v} :: proclaiming, declaring publicly
praedicans {v} :: announcing, making known
praedicans {v} :: praising, commending, extolling
praedicatio {f} :: public proclamation or publication
praedicatio {f} :: praise, commendation
praedicatio {f} :: prediction, prophesy
praedicatio {f} :: preaching
praedicatum {noun} :: thing said of a subject
praedicaturus {v} :: about to proclaim, about to declare publicly
praedicaturus {v} :: about to announce, about to make known
praedicaturus {v} :: about to praise, about to commend, about to extol
praedicatus {v} :: proclaimed, having been proclaimed, declared publicly, having been declared publicly
praedicatus {v} :: announced, having been announced, made known, having been made known
praedicatus {v} :: praised, having been praised, commended, having been commended, extolled, having been extolled
praedicendus {v} :: which is to be foretold, which is to be predicted
praedicendus {v} :: which is to be notified, which is to be given warning of
praedicendus {v} :: which is to be advised, which is to be admonished, which is to be charged with what should be done
praedicendus {v} :: which is to be announced at an auction
praedicens {v} :: foretelling, predicting
praedicens {v} :: notifying, giving warning of
praedicens {v} :: advising, admonishing, charging with what should be done
praedicens {v} :: announcing at an auction
praedico {v} :: I proclaim, declare publicly
praedico {v} :: I announce, make known
praedico {v} :: I praise, commend, extol
praedico {v} [Ecclesiastical] :: I preach the gospel
praedico {v} :: I foretell, predict
praedico {v} :: I notify, give warning of
praedico {v} :: I advise, admonish, charge with what should be done
praedico {v} :: I announce at an auction
praedictio {f} :: foretelling, prediction
praedicturus {v} :: about to foretell, about to predict
praedicturus {v} :: about to notify, about to give warning of
praedicturus {v} :: about to advise, about to admonish, about to charge with what should be done
praedicturus {v} :: about to announce at an auction
praedictus {v} :: foretold, having been foretold, predicted, having been predicted
praedictus {v} :: notified, having been notified, given warning of, having been given warning of
praedictus {v} :: advised, having been advised, admonished, having been admonished, charged with what should be done, having been charged with what should be done
praedictus {v} :: announced at an auction, having been announced at an auction
praedifficilis {adj} :: very difficult, troublesome
praedigestus {adj} :: well-digested
praedilectus {adj} :: favourite, chosen, beloved
praedispono {v} :: I dispose, distribute or arrange in advance
praedispositio {f} :: predisposition
praedispositus {adj} :: prepared or arranged in advance
praedispositus {adj} :: predisposed
praeditus {adj} [frequent, Classical, construed with the ablative] :: endowed, gifted, or provided with, possessed of something (above others)
praeditus {adj} [post-Augustean, of a deity, construed with the dative] :: placed or set over, presiding over any thing
praedium {n} :: farm
praedium {n} :: estate
praedium {n} :: manor
praedo {m} :: robber, thief
praedo {m} [nautical] :: pirate
praedo {v} :: alternative form of praedor
praedoceo {vt} :: I teach, instruct or inform beforehand
praedominans {v} :: predominating
praedominantia {f} :: predominance
praedominaturus {v} :: about to predominate
praedominatus {v} :: predominated
praedominor {v} :: I predominate
praedor {v} :: I acquire loot, such as through robbery or war
praedor {v} :: I pillage, plunder, despoil
praedor {v} :: I ravage, rob, take
praeduco {v} :: I lead, draw, interpose, make or put before or in front
praeemineo {v} :: I project forward; I am prominent
praeemineo {v} [figuratively] :: I surpass, excel
praeeo {v} :: I precede or lead the way
praeeo {v} :: I dictate
praeeundus {v} :: which is to be preceded
praefans {v} :: prefacing
praefatio {f} :: preface, prologue
praefatio {f} :: appellation, title, honorific
praefaturus {v} :: about to preface
praefatus {v} :: prefaced etc
praefectura {f} :: presidency, superintendence, prefecture
praefectus {m} :: officer
praefectus {adj} :: put in charge
praeferendus {v} :: which is to be presented
praeferens {v} :: presenting
praefero {v} :: I bear, hold or carry before or forth
praefero {v} :: I carry before, place or set before, offer, present
praefero {v} :: I place someone or something before another
praefero {v} :: I prefer, like
praefero {v} :: I take beforehand, anticipate
praefero {v} :: I show, display, exhibit, discover, expose, reveal, betray
praeferox {adj} :: very fierce, bold, violent etc
praefestino {v} :: I am overhasty
praefestino {v} :: I hasten past
praefica {f} :: A woman hired to lament at the head of a funeral procession; wailer
praeficiendus {v} :: which is to be placed in command
praeficiens {v} :: placing in command
praeficio {v} :: I place in command
praefigo {v} :: I fasten before, attach in front
praefigo {v} :: I point with
praefiguratio {f} :: prefiguration
praefinio {v} :: I determine or fix beforehand; I prescribe
praefinio {v} :: I limit (set bounds)
praefinitio {f} :: appointment (fixed beforehand)
praefinitus {v} :: prescribed
praefinitus {v} :: limited (within bounds)
praefixus {v} :: fastened or attached in front
praefixus {v} :: prefixed
praefloreo {vi} :: I flower or blossom early
praefluo {vit} :: I flow or run by or past
praefoco {vt} :: I choke, suffocate
praefoco {vt} :: I block, obstruct
praefoco {v} [passive] :: I am choking
praefodio {v} :: I dig or bury before or in front of
praefodio {v} [of time] :: I dig or bury before
praefor {v} :: I say, utter, mention beforehand or in advance
praefor {v} :: I preface
praefor {v} :: I say a preliminary prayer
praefulgeo {v} :: I shine or beam forth (greatly), glitter in front of
praefulgeo {v} [figuratively] :: I shine or glitter too much, shine above noticeably
praefundo {vt} :: I pour out, shed, sprinkle (especially before or in addition)
praefuturus {v} :: about to preside
praegaudeo {vi} :: I rejoice greatly
praegestio {v} :: I am very eager (to)
praegestio {v} :: I desire greatly
praegnans {adj} :: alternative form of praegnas
praegnas {adj} :: with child, pregnant
praegrandis {adj} :: very large; huge, colossal
praegrandis {adj} :: very great; powerful
praegrandium emporium {n} [New Latin] :: supermarket
praegravis {adj} :: very heavy; burdensome
praegrediens {v} :: preceding
praegrediens {v} :: surpassing
praegredior {v} :: I precede (go ahead or before)
praegredior {v} :: I surpass or excel
praegressus {v} :: Gone ahead
praegustator {m} :: taster (of food before it is brought to table)
praegustatus {v} :: tasted beforehand
praegusto {v} :: I taste (eat or drink) beforehand
praehibendus {v} :: alternative form of praebendus
praehibens {v} :: alternative form of praebens
praehibeo {v} :: alternative form of praebeo
praehibiturus {v} :: alternative form of praebiturus
praehibitus {v} :: alternative form of praebitus
praeiaceo {v} :: I am situated or lie before or in front of
praeiacio {v} :: alternative form of praeicio
praeicio {v} :: I throw or cast up in front
praeicio {v} [figuratively] :: I cast up, object, utter reproachfully
praeiens {v} :: preceding
praeintelligo {v} :: I have foreknowledge (of)
praeiturus {v} :: about to precede
praeitus {v} :: preceded
praeiudicandus {v} :: which is to be prejudged
praeiudicans {v} :: prejudging
praeiudicaturus {v} :: about to prejudge
praeiudicatus {v} :: prejudged
praeiudicium {n} :: precedent, example
praeiudicium {n} :: prejudgment
praeiudico {v} :: I prejudge
praeiuratio {f} :: An initial oathtaking which others then repeat
praejaceo {v} :: alternative form of praeiaceo
praejacio {v} :: alternative form of praeicio
praejicio {v} :: alternative form of praeicio
praejudicatus {v} :: alternative form of praeiudicatus
praejudicium {n} :: alternative form of praeiudicium
praejudico {v} :: alternative form of praeiudico
praejuratio {f} :: alternative form of praeiuratio
praelatura {f} :: prelature; of or pertaining to a prelate
praelaturus {v} :: about to present
praelatus {v} :: carried
praelatus {v} :: offered, presented
praelatus {v} :: preferred
praelatus {v} :: anticipated
praelatus {m} [Medieval Latin] :: prelate
praelecturus {v} :: about to read something to others, about to recite, about to set an example in reading, about to lecture upon an author
praelecturus {v} :: about to sail by or along, about to skirt
praelectus {v} :: read to others, having been read to others, recited, having been recited, set as an example in reading, having been set as an example in reading, lectured upon, having been lectured upon
praelectus {v} :: sailed by, having been sailed by, skirted, having been skirted
praelegandus {v} :: which is to be bequeathed
praelegans {v} :: bequeathing
praelegaturus {v} :: about to bequeath
praelegatus {v} :: bequeathed, having been bequeathed
praelegendus {v} :: which is to be read to others, which is to be recited, which is to be set as an example in reading, which is to be lectured upon
praelegendus {v} :: which is to be sailed by, which is to be skirted
praelegens {v} :: reading something to others, reciting, setting an example in reading, lecturing upon an author
praelegens {v} :: sailing by or along, skirting
praelego {v} :: I read something to others, recite, set an example in reading, lecture upon an author
praelego {v} :: I pick or choose out, select
praelego {v} :: I sail by or along somewhere, skirt
praelego {v} :: I bequeath beforehand, bequeath something to be given before the inheritance is divided
praelibatio {f} :: offering of the first fruits
praeligandus {v} :: which is to be bound
praeligans {v} :: binding
praeligaturus {v} :: about to bind
praeligatus {v} :: bound
praeligo {v} :: I bind
praeligo {v} :: I tether
praelocutio {f} :: preface, foreword
praelongus {adj} :: very long
praeloquor {v} :: I speak beforehand or first, speak before another, forestall in speaking
praeloquor {v} :: I say beforehand in the way of a preface, premise
praeloquor {v} :: I foretell, predict
praelucens {v} :: lighting the way
praeluceo {v} :: I shine or give light before or in front; hold or carry light in front, light (the way)
praeluceo {v} :: I am bright, shine forth
praeluceo {v} :: I shine brighter, outshine, surpass
praeludium {n} :: A prologue, prelude
praeludo {v} :: I play beforehand (as practice)
praeludo {v} :: I preface
praelustris {adj} :: very illustrious or magnificent
praemando {v} :: I preorder
praematurus {adj} :: premature, untimely
praemedicatus {adj} :: protected from disease by a medicine or a charm
praemeditor {v} :: I muse or deliberate beforehand; I premeditate
praemissurus {v} :: about to forward
praemissus {v} :: sent forward or ahead
praemittendus {v} :: which is to be forwarded
praemittens {v} :: forwarding
praemitto {v} :: I send forward or ahead
praemium {n} :: prize, reward
praemium {n} :: bribe, bribery
praemoneo {v} :: I admonish or remind beforehand, forewarn
praemoneo {v} :: I foretell, predict, foreshow; foreshadow
praemonitio {f} [Ecclesiastical Latin] :: a warning
praemonitor {m} [post-Classical Latin] :: a forewarner, premonitor
praemonitorius {adj} [Ecclesiastical Latin] :: that gives previous warning; premonitory
praemonitus {v} :: forewarned
praemonitus {v} :: predicted
praemonstro {v} :: I show beforehand; I guide, direct
praemonstro {v} :: I predict, presage, prognosticate
praemordeo {v} :: I bite in front or at the end of something
praemordicus {adj} :: bitten off at one end (as when eating asparagus)
praemorior {v} :: I die prematurely
praemoveo {v} :: I move beforehand, stir greatly
praemuniendus {v} :: which is to be fortified
praemuniens {v} :: fortifying
praemunio {v} :: I fortify (defend in advance)
praemunio {v} :: I safeguard
praemuniturus {v} :: about to fortify
praemunitus {v} :: fortified
Praeneste {prop} {n} :: One of the most ancient and importan cities of Latium, famous for its sanctuary, now Palestrina
praeniteo {v} :: I shine or glitter forth; shine brightly
praeniteo {v} [figuratively, with dative] :: I outshine, excel in brilliance
praenomen {n} :: An ancient Roman first name
praenoscens {v} :: foreknowing
praenosco {v} :: I foreknow
praenotatio {f} [Late Latin] :: The act of noting beforehand
praenotatus {v} :: perfect participle of praenotō
praenotio {f} :: preconception
praenoto {v} [post-Classical Latin] :: I mark or note beforehand
praenoto {v} [post-Classical Latin] :: I entitle, name
praenoto {v} [post-Classical Latin] :: I note or designate beforehand
praenoto {v} [post-Classical Latin] :: I note down, write down
praenuntians {v} :: foretelling, predicting
praenuntio {v} :: I announce beforehand
praenuntio {v} :: I foretell or predict
praeoccupatio {f} :: preoccupation
praeoccupatio {f} :: anticipation
praeoccupatus {v} :: preoccupied
praeoccupatus {v} :: anticipated, prevented
praeoccupo {v} :: I seize or occupy beforehand: I preoccupy
praeoccupo {v} :: I anticipate or prevent
praeoleo {v} :: I emit or exhale an odor beforehand
praeopto {v} :: I prefer
praeordinatio {f} :: preordination
praeordinatus {v} :: preordained
praeordino {v} :: I preordain
praeparandus {v} :: which is to be prepared
praeparans {v} :: preparing
praeparatio {f} :: preparation (act or result of preparing)
praeparativus {adj} :: preparative
praeparatorius {adj} :: preparatory
praeparaturus {v} :: about to prepare
praeparatus {v} :: prepared, having been prepared
praeparo {v} :: I prepare
praependeo {v} :: I hang before or down in front
praepes {adj} :: swift (of flight), rapid
praepes {adj} :: winged
praepollens {v} :: exceeding or surpassing in power or influence
praepolleo {v} :: I exceed or surpass in power or influence; I am very powerful or distinguished
praepondero {v} :: I preponderate (give more weight or influence to)
praeponendus {v} :: which is to be placed in command etc
praeponens {v} :: placing in command; putting in front of
praepono {v} :: I place in command, in front of or before
praepositio {f} :: preference
praepositio {f} :: prefixing
praepositio {f} [grammar] :: preposition
praepositurus {v} :: about to place in command etc
praepositus {v} :: placed in front
praepositus {v} :: placed in command
praepositus {m} :: One placed in command: a commander, a leader, particularly:
praepositus {m} :: A prefect
praepositus {m} :: A chief, a head
praepositus {m} :: An overseer
praepositus {m} :: A president
praepositus {m} [Medieval] :: A provost
praepositus {m} [Medieval] :: A reeve
praepositus villae {m} [Medieval Latin] :: A constable
praepositus villae {m} [Medieval Latin] :: An underconstable, a petty constable
praepositus villae {m} [Medieval Latin] :: A reeve
praeposterus {adj} :: reversed, inverted
praeposterus {adj} :: perverted, distorted
praeposterus {adj} :: absurd, preposterous
praepotens {adj} :: very powerful etc
praepropere {adv} :: too hastily or precipitously
praeproperus {adj} :: overhasty, sudden, precipitate
praeputium {n} [anatomy] :: prepuce, foreskin
praequestus {adj} :: complaining beforehand
praereptus {v} :: snatched away
praereptus {v} :: forestalled
praeripio {v} :: I snatch (before another)
praeripio {v} :: I forestall
praerogatio {f} :: A distributing beforehand
praerogatio {f} :: A vote, decision or verdict beforehand
praerogativa {f} :: The tribe or century to which it fell by lot to vote first in the Comitia
praerogativa {f} :: The choice of the century that voted first
praerogativa {f} :: A previous choice, verdict or election
praerogativa {f} :: A sure sign, token, prognostic or omen
praerogativa {f} :: A prior preference, privilege, prerogative or claim
praerogativatius {m} :: Someone who enjoys certain privileges or prerogatives
praerogativus {adj} :: That is asked before others for one's opinion, that votes before or first, prerogative
praerogatus {v} :: Asked before someone else or first, having been asked before someone else or first
praerogatus {v} :: Paid beforehand or in advance, having been paid beforehand or in advance
praerogo {v} :: I ask before someone else, ask first
praerogo {v} :: I pay beforehand or in advance
praerumpo {v} :: I break off
praerumpo {v} :: I tear to pieces
praeruptissimus {adj} :: hastiest, most or very rash or precipitate
praeruptus {v} :: broken off
praeruptus {v} :: torn to pieces
praeruptus {adj} :: hasty, rash, precipitate
praes {m} :: surety, bondsman
praes {adv} :: at hand; now
praesaepe {n} :: enclosure, pen, fold
praesaepe {n} [by extension] :: hut, dwelling
praesaepe {n} :: a crib
praesaepe {n} [astronomy] :: space between the two stars called Aselli in the constellation of Cancer
praesaepio {v} :: I block up or fence in front; I barricade
praesaepium {n} :: alternative form of praesaepe
praesaeptus {v} :: barricaded
praesagio {v} :: I forebode
praesagium {n} :: premonition, presentiment, foreboding
praesagus {adj} :: foreboding
praesagus {adj} :: prophetic
praesciens {v} :: foreknowing
praesciens {v} :: predicting, foretelling
praescientia {f} :: foreknowledge, prescience
praescio {v} :: I foreknow
praescius {adj} :: prescient
praescribo {v} :: I write in front; I prefix
praescribo {v} :: I order, appoint, direct, command or prescribe
praescriptio {f} :: preface, introduction, commencement
praescriptio {f} :: pretext, excuse, pretence
praescriptio {f} :: precept, order, rule, law
praescriptus {v} :: prefixed
praescriptus {v} :: ordered, appointed, directed, commanded or prescribed
praesens {adj} :: present
praesens {adj} :: immediate
praesens {adj} :: at hand
praesens {adj} :: existing
praesens {adj} :: prompt
praesens {adj} :: propitious
praesens {adj} [grammar] :: present
praesentans {v} :: presenting
praesentans {v} :: showing
praesentatio {f} :: presentation, exhibition, showing
praesente {n} :: present circumstance
praesentia {f} :: presence; the state of being present or at hand
praesentia {f} :: present (time)
praesenti fortuna peior est futuri metus {phrase} :: the fear of the future is worse than present fortune
praesenti fortuna pejor est futuri metus {phrase} :: alternative typography of praesentī fortūnā pēior est futūrī metus
praesentio {v} :: I have a presentiment
praesentio {v} :: I presage
praesento {v} :: I present, exhibit or show
praesepe {n} :: alternative form of praesaepe
praesepium {n} :: alternative form of praesaepium
praesertim {adv} :: especially
praesertim {adv} :: particularly
praeservio {v} :: I am a slave to; I serve
praeservo {v} :: I watch over beforehand
praeservo {v} :: I protect beforehand, keep beforehand, guard beforehand, save beforehand
praeservo {v} :: I preserve, store beforehand
praeses {m} :: sitting before ..
praeses {m} :: protector, guard, guardian, defender
praeses {m} :: head, chief, ruler
praesessurus {v} :: about to guard
praesidendus {v} :: which is to be guarded etc
praesidens {v} :: sitting before or in front of
praesidens {v} :: sitting beforehand
praesidens {v} :: guarding, watching, protecting, defending
praesidens {v} :: presiding over, directing, commanding, controlling, governing, superintending
praesidens {v} [substantive] :: a president, director, ruler, governor, leader
praesideo {v} :: I sit before or in front of
praesideo {v} :: I sit beforehand
praesideo {v} :: I guard, watch, protect, defend
praesideo {v} :: I preside over, have the care or management of, direct, command, control, govern, superintend
praesidium {n} :: defence, protection, help, aid, assistance
praesidium {n} :: guard, garrison, convoy, escort
praesono {vi} :: I sound beforehand
praesono {vt} :: I sound louder than something, surpass above something in sound
praestabilior {adj} :: more preeminent etc
praestabilis {adj} :: preeminent, distinguished, excellent
praestabilis {adj} :: exalted
praestandus {v} :: which is to be excelled
praestans {v} :: excelling
praestans {v} :: providing, supplying
praestantia {f} :: preeminence, superiority, excellence
praestantior {adj} :: more excelling
praestantissimus {adj} :: Most outstanding, most excellent
praestantissimus {adj} :: Very outstanding, very excellent; excelling greatly
praestatio {f} :: a guaranty, warranty
praestatio {f} :: a payment (of what is due)
praestaturus {v} :: about to excell
praestatus {v} :: excelled
praestigia {f} [chiefly in the plural] :: deception, illusion, trick
praestigium {n} :: delusion, illusion
praestigium {n} :: magic trick
praestituendus {v} :: which is to be predetermined
praestituens {v} :: predetermining
praestituo {v} :: I determine in advance
praestituturus {v} :: about to predetermine
praestitutus {v} :: predetermined
praesto {adv} :: present, at hand, ready
praesto {adv} :: (with sum) (to be) at hand, (to be) ready to help
praesto {v} :: I stand before
praesto {v} :: I am outstanding; I excel
praesto {v} :: I provide, supply, offer, bestow
praestolans {v} :: waiting for, expecting
praestolatio {f} :: expectation; waiting for
praestolatus {v} :: waiting for,expecting
praestolor {v} :: I wait for
praestolor {v} :: I expect
praestringo {v} :: I bind fast; I tie up
praestringo {v} :: I squeeze tight; I compress
praestringo {v} :: I graze, glance off
praestruo {v} :: I build or prepare in advance
praestruo {v} :: I arrange or set up in advance
praestultus {adj} :: very foolish
praesul {m} :: public dancer who dances in leaps
praesul {m} :: the leader of the Salii (Ancient Roman priests of Mars)
praesul {m} [post-Classical] :: director, president
praesul {m} [post-Classical] :: patron, protector
praesul {m} [Medieval Latin] :: bishop
praesum {v} :: I am before something
praesum {v} :: I preside or rule over
praesum {v} :: I lead, take the lead
praesum {v} :: I command, have command, be in command of, have charge of, be in charge of
praesumendus {v} :: which is to be presumed
praesumens {v} :: anticipating
praesumens {v} :: presupposing
praesumens {v} :: presuming
praesumo {v} :: I presume, in its separate senses:
praesumo {v} :: I take before or first
praesumo {v} :: I anticipate
praesumo {v} :: I presuppose
praesumo {v} :: I take for granted
praesumptio {f} :: presumption
praesumptio {f} :: anticipation
praesumptio {f} :: obstinacy, stubbornness
praesumpturus {v} :: about to presume
praesumptus {v} :: presumed
praesuppono {v} :: I presuppose
Praesus {prop} {f} :: A town of Crete situated near Mount Dicte
Praetavi {prop} {mp} :: A tribe of Arabia mentioned by Plinius
praetempto {v} :: alternative form of praetento
praetendo {v} :: I stretch forth or forward; I extend
praetendo {v} :: I spread before, hold out, place in front of
praetendo {v} :: I put forward as an excuse, allege, pretend
praetento {v} :: I test, try etc. beforehand
praetento {v} :: I make a pretext of
praeter {prep} :: besides, except
praeter {prep} :: beyond
praeter {prep} :: more than
praeterduco {vt} :: I lead, draw or conduct past or by
praeterea {adv} :: besides, moreover
praeterea {adv} :: thereafter, henceforth
praeterea {adv} :: in addition, else
praetereo {v} :: I pass by or go by
praetereo {v} :: I disregard, neglect, omit or miss
praetereo {v} :: I surpass or excel
praetereundus {v} :: which is to be disregarded
praeterfluens {v} :: flowing by
praeterfluens {v} :: disappearing
praeterfluo {vit} :: I flow or run by or past
praeterfluo {vi} :: I go by or past, pass away, disappear
praetergrediens {v} :: walking by, marching by
praetergredior {v} :: I walk, march, go or pass by
praetergredior {v} :: I surpass or excel
praetergressus {v} :: walked or marched by
praetergressus {v} :: surpassed, excelled
praeteriens {v} :: passing by
praeteriens {v} :: disregarding or neglecting
praeteriens {v} :: surpassing
praeteritum {v} :: passed by
praeteritum {v} :: disregarded, neglected, omitted or missed
praeteritum {v} :: surpassed or excelled
praeteriturus {v} :: about to disregard
praeteritus {v} :: disregarded, neglected, omitted
praeteritus {v} [grammar] :: preterite; past
praeteritus {adj} :: past
praeterlabor {v} :: I slip, glide or flow by
praetermissurus {v} :: about to permit, neglect, overlook
praetermissus {v} :: permitted, neglected, overlooked
praetermittendus {v} :: which is to be permitted, neglected, overlooked
praetermittens {v} :: permitting, neglecting, overlooking
praetermitto {v} :: I allow or permit to pass
praetermitto {v} :: I omit or neglect
praetermitto {v} :: I overlook
praeternaturalis {adj} :: supernatural, preternatural
praeterpropter {adv} :: thereabout, more or less
praeterquam {adv} :: beyond, besides
praeterquam {adv} :: except, save
praeterquam {adv} :: not only
praetervectio {f} :: riding, sailing, or passing by
praetervecturus {v} :: about to drive, ride, sail (etc.) by
praetervectus {v} :: driven, riden, sailed (etc.) by
praetervehens {v} :: driving, riding, sailing (etc.) by
praetervehor {v} :: I drive, ride sail etc. by
praeterversurus {v} :: about to go or pass by
praeterversus {v} :: gone or passed by
praetervertendus {v} :: which is to be gone or passed by
praetervertens {v} :: going or passing by
praeterverto {v} :: I go or pass by
praetervolo {v} :: I fly by or past
praetervolo {v} :: I escape (slip by)
praetexendus {v} :: which is to be fringed
praetexens {v} :: fringing
praetexo {v} :: I fringe, edge, border (weaving)
praetexo {v} :: I place before or in front
praetexo {v} :: I adorn
praetexo {v} :: I pretend
praetextatus {adj} :: wearing a toga
praetextatus {adj} :: juvenile
Praetextatus {prop} {m} :: A Roman cognomen — famously held by:
Praetextatus {prop} {m} :: Servius Sulpicius Praetextatus, a Roman consul
praetexturus {v} :: about to fringe
praetextus {v} :: fringed
praetimeo {v} :: I fear beforehand, worry
praetondeo {v} :: I clip or shear in front or the end of
praetor {m} :: leader, head, chief, president
praetorianus {adj} :: praetorian
praetorianus {adj} :: bodyguard (attributive)
praetoricius {adj} :: praetorian
praetoriolum {n} :: small country seat
praetorium {n} :: headquarters; general's tent; council of war
praetorium {n} :: governor's palace
praetorium {n} :: villa
praetorius {adj} :: praetorian
praetorqueo {v} :: I turn or twist forwards or around
praetrepidans {adj} :: trembling greatly
praetrepidans {adj} :: very hasty or impatient
praetura {f} :: praetorship
Praetutii {prop} {mp} :: A tribe of Central Italy, inhabiting a part of Picenum bounded by the river Vomanus on the south and Albula on the north
praeuro {v} :: I burn before, or at the end
praeuro {v} :: I scorch, parch or wither
praeustus {v} :: burnt before or at the end
praeustus {v} :: scorched, parched or withered
praevalens {v} :: dominant
praevalens {v} :: superior
praevaleo {v} :: I am very able or more able; I am superior, prevail
praevaleo {v} [legal] :: I am settled or established
praevalidus {adj} :: very strong or powerful
praevalidus {adj} :: prevalent, prevailing
praevaricans {v} :: transgressing
praevaricatio {f} :: violation of duty
praevaricatio {f} :: collusion
praevaricatio {f} :: transgression
praevaricator {m} :: A person (especially an advocate) who violates his duty; prevaricator
praevaricator {m} :: sinner, transgressor
praevaricator {m} :: apostate
praevaricatrix {f} :: sinner (female)
praevaricatus {v} :: transgressed
praevaricor {v} :: I walk crookedly
praevaricor {v} :: I transgress, violate or sin against
praevehor {v} :: I travel past or along
praeveniens {v} :: anticipating
praeveniens {v} :: preceding
praevenio {v} :: I anticipate
praevenio {v} :: I precede
praevenio {v} :: (figurative) I interrupt, prevent
praeverro {v} :: I sweep or brush before
praevertendus {v} :: which is to be anticipated
praevertens {v} :: anticipating
praeverto {v} :: I anticipate
praeverturus {v} :: about to anticipate
praevertus {v} :: anticipated
praevideo {v} :: I see first or beforehand
praevideo {v} :: I discern or anticipate beforehand, foresee
praevideo {v} [Late Latin] :: I provide
praevisus {v} :: foreseen; anticipated
praevius {adj} :: going before, leading the way
prandendus {v} :: which is to be breakfasted
prandens {v} :: breakfasting
prandens {v} :: lunching or eating (in general)
prandeo {vi} :: I take or eat breakfast or luncheon, breakfast; I eat (in general)
prandeo {vt} :: I breakfast on, lunch on, take as breakfast or luncheon; I eat (in general)
prandium {n} :: late breakfast
prandium {n} :: luncheon
prandium {n} [poetic] :: any meal
pransor {m} :: lunch-guest
pransurus {v} :: about to breakfast
pransus {v} :: breakfasted
praseodymium {n} :: praseodymium
Prasiae {prop} {fp} :: A town situated on the eastern coast of Laconia
Prasiae {prop} {fp} :: A township in Attica
prasinatus {noun} :: having a leek-green garment
prasinus {adj} :: leek-green; prasinous
pratensis {adj} [attributive] :: meadow
pratincola {mf} :: an inhabitant or resident of a meadow
pratulum {n} :: a small meadow
pratum {n} :: meadow
pratus {m} :: meadow
prave {adv} :: wrongly, improperly
pravicordius {adj} :: evil-minded
pravicordius {adj} :: mean-spirited
pravior {adj} :: more crooked, deformed
pravior {adj} :: more depraved, perverse, wicked
pravissimus {adj} :: most or very deformed
pravissimus {adj} :: most or very depraved
pravitas {f} :: crookedness, inequality, irregularity, deformity
pravitas {f} :: impropriety, perverseness
pravitas {f} :: viciousness, untowardness, depravity
pravus {adj} :: crooked, deformed
pravus {adj} :: depraved, perverse, wicked
Praxagoras {prop} {m} :: Name of a physician of Cos, instructor of Plistonicus
Praxiteles {prop} {m} :: Praxiteles (a celebrated Greek sculptor)
precabundus {adj} [Late Latin] :: entreating, beseeching
precans {v} :: entreating, beseeching
precarius {adj} :: related to entreaty or petition
precarius {adj} :: obtained by entreaty or by mere favor
precarius {adj} :: doubtful, uncertain, precarious
precatio {f} :: prayer, praying
precative {adv} [Late Latin] :: by prayer; by request
precativus {adj} [Late Latin] :: prayed for, requested by means of a prayer or request
precativus {adj} [New Latin, grammar, masculine substantive] :: precative
precatorius {adj} :: praying
precatus {v} :: beseeched, entreated
precor {v} :: I beseech, beg, pray, entreat
precor {v} :: I wish well or ill (to someone); I greet with a wish
prehendo {v} :: I lay hold of, seize, grasp, grab, snatch, take, catch
prehendo {v} :: I detain someone in order to speak with him, accost, lay or catch hold of
prehendo {v} :: I take by surprise, catch in the act
prehendo {v} [of trees] :: I take root
prehendo {v} [poetic] :: I reach, arrive at, attain
prehendo {v} [poetic] :: I take in, reach or embrace with the eye
prehendo {v} [figuratively, rare, of the mind] :: I seize, apprehend, comprehend, grasp
prehensio {f} :: seizing, apprehending, arresting, capturing
prehenso {v} :: I grasp, seize, catch
prehenso {v} :: I take hold of
prehensus {v} :: seized, grasped, grabbed, taken, caught
prehensus {v} :: detained, accosted, caught hold of
prehensus {v} :: taken by surprise
prelum {n} :: a press; winepress; oilpress
prelum {n} :: a press for smoothing clothes
premendus {v} :: which is to be pressed
premens {v} :: pressing
premens {v} :: pursuing
premere {v} :: present active infinitive form of premō
premo {v} :: I press
premo {v} :: I pursue
prendo {v} :: alternative form of prehendo
prensans {v} :: grasping, seizing, catching
prensans {v} :: taking hold of
prenso {v} :: alternative form of prehensō
prensurus {v} :: about to lay hold of, grasp
prensus {v} :: alternative form of prehensus
preparatus {v} :: prepared, having been prepared
Prepesinthos {prop} {f} :: One of the Cyclades
presbyter {m} [Late Latin, Christianity] :: an elder, presbyter
presbytera {f} [Late Latin] :: A priestess
presbytera {f} [Late Latin] :: The wife of a priest
presbyterium {n} :: presbytery (assembly of elders)
presens {adj} :: present
presens {adj} :: existing
presens {adj} :: prompt
presens {adj} :: propitious
prespensis {adj} :: Prespa (attributive)
presse {adv} :: deliberately
pressio {f} :: a pressing, pressure
pressio {f} :: prop, fulcrum of a lever
pressior {adj} :: more suppressed etc
pressior {adj} :: more compressed etc
presso {v} :: I press, squeeze
pressorium {n} :: press (especially for grapes)
pressulus {adj} :: somewhat pressed in or compressed
pressura {f} :: a pressing, pressure
pressura {f} :: throng, crowd
pressura {f} :: an unnaturally long or heavy sleep
pressura {f} [poetic] :: juice; that which is pressed out
pressura {f} [figuratively] :: a burden
pressura {f} [figuratively] :: oppression, affliction, distress
pressurus {v} :: about to press
pressus {v} :: pressed, having been pressed, squeezed
pressus {v} :: suppressed, moderate, slow, having been kept down
pressus {v} [of the voice] :: subdued, having been subdued
pressus {v} [of color] :: lowered, subdued, gloomy
pressus {v} :: compressed, concise, plain
pressus {v} :: close, exact, accurate
preterea {adv} :: besides
preterea {adv} :: thereafter
preterea {adv} :: moreover
pretiandus {v} [Late Latin] :: that is to be esteemed, prized, or valued
pretiandus {v} [Medieval Latin] :: that is to be appraised, assessed, or valued
pretiator {m} [Medieval Latin] :: an appraiser, a valuer (one who sets a thing’s price, one who estimates a thing’s value)
pretiatus {v} [Late Latin] :: (having been) esteemed, prized, or valued
pretiatus {v} [Medieval Latin] :: (having been) appraised, assessed, or valued
pretio {v} [Late Latin] :: I esteem, I prize, I value (hold in high regard, consider valuable)
pretio {v} [Medieval Latin] :: I appraise, I assess, I value (estimate the worth of, set a price for)
pretiose {adv} :: in a costly manner, expensively, richly, splendidly, magnificently, wealthily
pretiosior {adj} :: costlier, more expensive
pretiosissimus {adj} :: costliest; most or very expensive etc
pretiosus {adj} :: valuable, precious, expensive, costly
pretium {n} :: worth, price, value, cost
pretium {n} :: pay, hire, wage, reward
pretium {n} :: ransom
pretium {n} :: bribe
pretium {n} :: punishment
prevaricator {m} :: alternative form of praevaricator
prex {f} :: prayer; request
prex {f} :: entreaty
Priamus {prop} {m} :: Priam
Priantae {mp} :: A Thracian tribe mentioned by Pliny
Priapus {prop} {m} [Greek god] :: Priapus, god of procreation
Pribislavus {prop} {m} :: given name cognate to Pribislav
pridem {adv} :: long ago, long since
pridem {adv} :: previously, formerly
pridie {adv} :: On the day before
Priene {prop} {f} :: Priene
prima {ordinal num} :: first
primarius {adj} :: One of the first, or first rank, chief, principal, excellent, remarkable. It was used as the title of a position in universities
primatus {m} :: primacy, supremacy
primiformis {adj} :: of or belonging to the primary form; original
primigenius {adj} :: original, primitive
primigenius {adj} :: firstborn
primipilus {m} :: First or chief centurion
primitia {f} [chiefly in the plural] :: first fruits
primitivus {adj} :: primitive (first of its kind)
primitus {adv} :: originally, at first
primivirgius {m} :: chief verger
primo {adv} :: first, at first, firstly
primogenita {np} [Late Latin] :: primogeniture (inheritance by the first-born child of the entirety of, or of a privileged position in, a parent’s wealth, estate, or office)
primogenitalia {np} [Ecclesiastical Latin] :: rights of primogeniture
primogenitalis {adj} :: first-born
primogenitalis {adj} :: the first of all as to origin, original
primogenitura {f} [Medieval Latin] :: primogeniture [inheritance by the first-born child of the entirety of, or of a privileged position in, a parent’s wealth, estate, or office]
primogenitus {adj} [post-Augustan] :: first-born
primordialis {adj} :: original, primordial
primoris {adj} :: first, foremost, closest to the front
primoris {adj} :: earliest
primoris {adj} :: chief, principal
primulus {adj} :: (the very) first
primum {adv} :: first, at first