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Wörterbuch Latein <-> Deutsch (Englisch) --- Bestimmung lateinischer Wortformen
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Lat. Fund; Deut. Fund; Engl. Fund;

VolltrefferL (max. 100): 17 Ergebnis(se)
Wortsuche bei PerseusWortsuche im lateinisch - deutschen Georges bei Zeno.orga + Abl.ā + Abl.= ab + Abl. - von
from, away from, out of, down from, since, after, by, at, in, on, from, since, after
Wortsuche in Lewis and ShortWort- und Formsuche bei Van der GuchtWortsuche bei latein.me
Wortsuche bei PerseusWortsuche im lateinisch - deutschen Georges bei Zeno.orgab + Abl.ab + Abl.von (...ab) (örtlich)
from, away from, out of, down from, since, after, by, at, in, on, from, since, after
Wortsuche in Lewis and ShortWort- und Formsuche bei Van der GuchtWortsuche bei latein.me
Wortsuche bei PerseusWortsuche im lateinisch - deutschen Georges bei Zeno.orgabs + Abl.abs + Abl.= ā, ab + Abl.
from, away from, out of, down from, since, after, by, at, in, on, from, since, after
Wortsuche in Lewis and ShortWort- und Formsuche bei Van der GuchtWortsuche bei latein.me
Wortsuche bei PerseusWortsuche im lateinisch - deutschen Georges bei Zeno.orgad + Akk.ad + Akk.zu ... hin
to, toward, even to, near to, by, at, close by, almost, about, unto, according to, in consequence of, for, in order to, at a definite, at a fixed time, at a appropriate time, according to circumstances, on the spot
Wortsuche in Lewis and ShortWort- und Formsuche bei Van der GuchtWortsuche bei latein.me
Wortsuche bei PerseusWortsuche im lateinisch - deutschen Georges bei Zeno.orgaps + Abl.aps + Abl.arch. = abs + Abl.
from, away from, out of, down from, since, after, by, at, in, on, from, since, after
Wortsuche in Lewis and ShortWort- und Formsuche bei Van der GuchtWortsuche bei latein.me
Wortsuche bei PerseusWortsuche im lateinisch - deutschen Georges bei Zeno.orgapud + Akk.apud + Akk.bei
with, at, by, near, among, at the house of, in the possession of, in the hands of, in the view of, in the sight of, before
Wortsuche in Lewis and ShortWort- und Formsuche bei Van der GuchtWortsuche bei latein.me
Wortsuche bei PerseusWortsuche im lateinisch - deutschen Georges bei Zeno.orgapur + Akk.apur + Akk.alt = apud + Akk. - bei
with, at, by, near
Wortsuche in Lewis and ShortWort- und Formsuche bei Van der GuchtWortsuche bei latein.me
Wortsuche bei PerseusWortsuche im lateinisch - deutschen Georges bei Zeno.orgaput + Akk.aput + Akk.= apud + Akk.
with, at, by, near
Wortsuche in Lewis and ShortWort- und Formsuche bei Van der GuchtWortsuche bei latein.me
Wortsuche bei PerseusWortsuche im lateinisch - deutschen Georges bei Zeno.orgsuper + Akk.super + Akk.oben auf
over, above, on the top of, upon, on, beyond, during, at, beyond, besides, in addition to
Wortsuche in Lewis and ShortWort- und Formsuche bei Van der GuchtWortsuche bei latein.me
Wortsuche bei PerseusWortsuche im lateinisch - deutschen Georges bei Zeno.orgatataber
moreover, but, yet, but indeed, but on the other hand, on the contrary, in opposition to this
Wortsuche in Lewis and ShortWort- und Formsuche bei Van der GuchtWortsuche bei latein.me
Wortsuche bei PerseusWortsuche im lateinisch - deutschen Georges bei Zeno.org  aber doch
Wortsuche in Lewis and ShortWort- und Formsuche bei Van der GuchtWortsuche bei latein.me
Wortsuche bei PerseusWortsuche im lateinisch - deutschen Georges bei Zeno.org  allein
Wortsuche in Lewis and ShortWort- und Formsuche bei Van der GuchtWortsuche bei latein.me
Wortsuche bei PerseusWortsuche im lateinisch - deutschen Georges bei Zeno.org  andererseits aber
Wortsuche in Lewis and ShortWort- und Formsuche bei Van der GuchtWortsuche bei latein.me
Wortsuche bei PerseusWortsuche im lateinisch - deutschen Georges bei Zeno.org  dagegen aber
Wortsuche in Lewis and ShortWort- und Formsuche bei Van der GuchtWortsuche bei latein.me
Wortsuche bei PerseusWortsuche im lateinisch - deutschen Georges bei Zeno.org  doch wenigstens
Wortsuche in Lewis and ShortWort- und Formsuche bei Van der GuchtWortsuche bei latein.me
Wortsuche bei PerseusWortsuche im lateinisch - deutschen Georges bei Zeno.org  hingegen
Wortsuche in Lewis and ShortWort- und Formsuche bei Van der GuchtWortsuche bei latein.me
Wortsuche bei PerseusWortsuche im lateinisch - deutschen Georges bei Zeno.org  wohl aber
Wortsuche in Lewis and ShortWort- und Formsuche bei Van der GuchtWortsuche bei latein.me


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Hauptquelle: Lewis and Short
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  oculos ad caelum (at)tollooculōs ad caelum attollōerhebe meinen Blick zum Himmel
   
  remuneror aliquem si non pari, at grato tamen munereremūneror aliquem sī nōn parī, at grātō tamen mūneremache jdm. ein wenn nicht gleiches, so doch willkommenes Gegengeschenk
   
  si ... at ...sī ... at ...wenn... so doch wenigstens
   
  si ... at certe ...sī ... at certē ...wenn... so doch wenigstens
   
  si ... at saltem ...sī ... at saltem ...wenn... so doch wenigstens
   
  si minus ... at ...si minus ... at ...wenn nicht ... so doch wenigstens
   
  si non ... at saltem ...si nōn ... at saltem ...wenn nicht, so doch wenigstens
   
  at enimat enimaber ja
   
    dagegen aber
   
    freilich
   
  at enim ... bat enimat enim ... bat enimaber ja ... baber ja
   


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 Wortsuche im lateinisch - deutschen Georges bei Zeno.org= at -aberastastWort- und Formsuche bei Van der GuchtWortsuche bei latein.me
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abhibēre, abhibeōkeep at bay, keep away

abhorrēre, abhorreō, abhorruīshrink back from a thing, shudder at, abhor, be averse to a thing, be disinclined to a thing, not to wish it, vary from, differ from, be inconsistent with, not to agree with

ablēgāre, ablēgō, ablēgāvī, ablēgātumsend off, send away, remove, keep at a distance, banish

abstinēre, abstineō, abstinuī, abstentumkeep off, keep away, hold back, hold at a distance

abstāre, abstōstand off, stand at a distance from, stand aloof

acclāmāre, acclāmō (adclāmō), acclāmāvī, acclāmātumraise a cry at, shout at, exclaim, disapprove by shouting, blame by shouting, cry out against, cry at with approbation, shout applause, approve with loud cries, applaud

accubitātiō, accubitātiōnis freclining at the table, lying at the table, dining sofa

accubitāre, accubitōlie near a thing, lie by a thing, recline at table, lie with

accubitum, accubitī ncouch for a large number of guests to recline on at meals

accubitus, accubitūs mreclining at table, couch, place on a couch

accubāre, accubō (adcubō)lie near a thing, lie by a thing, recline at table, lie with

accumbere, accumbō, accubuī, accubitumlay one’s self down at a place, lie somewhere, recline at table

aciēs, aciēī fsharp edge, sharp point, keenness of look, keenness of glance, sharpness of vision, sharpness of sight, pupil of the eye, eye, looking at an object with fixed attention, look, aim

acroāma, acroāmatis n (ἀκρόαμα)that which is heard with pleasure, gratification to the ear, entertainer at table, entertainer by music, performer, entertainer by reading, reader, buffoon

acronychos, acronychumat the beginning of the night

acronychus, acronychumat the beginning of the night

acruama, acruamatis nthat which is heard with pleasure, gratification to the ear, entertainer at table, entertainer by music, performer, entertainer by reading, reader, buffoon

ad extrēmumat the end, finally, at last, at the extremity, at the extreme point, at the top, to the last degree, quite

ad pedēs alicuius mē prōsternōthrow oneself at someone's feet

ad postrēmumat the end, finally, at last, at the extremity, at the extreme point, at the top, to the last degree, quite

ad ultimumat the end, finally, at last, at the extremity, at the extreme point, at the top, to the last degree, quite

adambuāre, adambulōwalk about at a thing, walk about near a thing

adārĭārius, adārĭāria, adārĭāriumserving at the altar

adcantitāre, adcantitōsing at

adcantāre, adcantōsing at

adcubāre, adcubōlie near a thing, lie by a thing, recline at table, lie with

adēdere, adēdo, adēdī, adēsumbegin to eat, bite, nibble at, gnaw

adiacēre, adiaceō, adiacuīlie at, lie near, be contiguous to, border upon

adiaculātus, adiaculāta, adiaculātumthrown at, cast at

adicere, adiciō, adiēcī, adiectumthrow a thing to, cast a thing to, put at, place at, put near, place near, throw, hurl, (mentem) direct the mind to, (oculos) direct the eye to, apply to a thing by way of increase, increase, add to what has already been said, add to a bid, out-bid

adipīscī, adipīscor, adeptus sumarrive at, reach, overtake, attain to by effort, get, obtain, acquire, get possession of

admīrārī, admīror, admīrātus sumwonder at, be astonished at, regard with admiration, admire, gaze at passionately, strive after a thing from admiration of it, desire to obtain a thing from admiration of it, fall into a state of wonder or astonishment at a thing

admissō passūat an accelerated pace, at a quick pace

admodumto the measure, to the limit, to a great measure, in a high degree, much, very, to a full measure, fully, completely, wholly, quite, absolutely, about, near, nearly, just, at all, exactly, just so, quite so, certainly, yes, certainly

admordēre, admordeō, admomordī, admorsumbite at, gnaw, bite into, fleece someone

admorsus, admorsūs m (nur Abl. Sgl. admorsū)biting at, gnawing, bite

adnāscī, adnāscor, adnātus sumbe born in addition to, accrue by adoption, grow to, grow at, grow upon, grow afterwards

adpetītiō, adpetītiōnis fgrasping at something, reaching after, passionate longing for something, passionate striving for something, strong desire, strong inclination, desire for food, appetite

adpetere, adpetō, adpetīvī, adpetītumstrive after, try to get, grasp after, go somewhere, come somewhere, approach, arrive at, pressing on, rushing on, attack, fall upon, seize upon, assault, assail, strive after earnestly, desire eagerly, long for, have an appetite for, draw on, draw nigh, approach, be at

adpōnere, adpōnō, adposuī, adpositumplace at, put at, lay at, place by the side of a thing, , put to something by way of increase, add to, superadd, do further, do something, set down for something, count as, reckon as, consider as, hold as, apply to, add, unite, serve up, set before one,

adrīdēre, adrīdeō, adrīsī, adrīsumlaugh at, laugh with, smile at, smile upon, be favorable to one, be kindly disposed to one, be pleasing to, please

adrōdere, adrōdō, adrōsī, adrōsumgnaw at, nibble at, gnaw

adrōsor, adrōsōris mone who gnaws at, one who consumes a thing, nibbler, consumer

adscalpere, adscalpōscratch at, scratch

adsentātor, adsentātōris mone who assents flatteringly, flatterer, one who connives at

adsībilāre, adsībilō, adsībilāvī, adsībilātumhiss to a thing, murmur to a thing, whisper at a thing, whisper to a thing

adsidēre, adsideō, adsēdī, adsessumsit at one’s side, stand at one’s side, aid, assist one in the office of judge, be an assessor, attend upon, take care of, be busily about a thing, station one’s self before, be encamped before, sit down before, besiege, blockade, be like, resemble

adsistere, adsistō, adstitīplace one’s self somewhere, stand, post one’s self, stand somewhere, stand at, stand by, stand by one, stand before one on trial

adspectāre, adspectō, adspectāvī, adspectātumlook at attentively, ook at with respect, look at with desire, looking back upon (with regret), observe, regard, pay attention to

adspectus, adspectūs mseeing, looking at, look, sight, glance, sense of sight, visibility, appearance, manner of appearance, aspect, presence, mien, countenance, form, color

adspicere, adspiciō, adspexī, adspectumlook to, look upon, behold, look at, see, look toward, lie toward, examine, reflect upon, consider, weigh, ponder, take into consideration, have in view, look upon with respect, look upon with admiration, look one boldly in the face, meet his glance

adspīrāre, adspīrō, adspīrāvī, adspīrātumbreathe upon, blow upon, exhale, be favorable to, favor, assist, aspire to, desire to reach, desire to obtain, approach, come near, arrive at, attain to, give the h sound, aspirate, infuse, instil, wash

adstāre, adstō, adstitīstand at, stand near, stand by, stand, await, stand at one’s side as counsel or aid, assist, still existing, still remaining, stand up, stand upright

adstrepere, adstrepō, adstrepuī, adstrepitummake a noise at, make a noise to, shout applause to, applaud, cheer

adstrīdere, adstrīdōhiss at

adstupēre, adstupeōbe amazed at, be amazed on account of, be astonished at

adesse, adsum, adfuī, adfutūrus (assum, affuī, affutūrus)be present, be at hand, be present in mind, be present with attention, be present with interest, be present with sympathy, be present with courage

adsum scrībendōbe present at the drafting of a Senate resolution

adsuspīrāre, adsuspīrōsigh at something

adtinēre, adtineō, adtinuī, adtentumhold to, bring near, hold near, hold at some point, detain at some point, hold fast, keep hold of, hold, keep, detain, hold back, delay, hold possession of, occupy, keep, guard, preserve

adtingere, adtingō, adtigī, adtāctumtouch, come in contact with, strike, attack, assault, taste, crop, come to a place, to approach, reach, arrive at, lie near, border upon, be contiguous to, affect, touch upon in speaking, mention, undertake, enter upon some course of action, apply one’s self to

adtondēre, adtondeō, adtondī, adtōnsumshave, shear, clip, crop, gnaw at, nibble

adtonitus, adtonita, adtonitumthundered at, thunderstruck, stunned, terrified, stupefied, astonished, amazed, confounded, crazed, bewildered about,

adtonāre, adtonō, adtonuī, adtonitumthunder at, stun, stupefy

adtremere, attremōtremble at a thing

advenīre, adveniō, advēnī, adventumcome to a place, reach, arrive at, come into one’s possession, accrue, come by conveyance, be brought

adventāre, adventō, adventāvīcome continually nearer to a point, come on, approach, arrive at, come to

adventū meōat my arrival

adversō pectoreat the front on the chest

advigilāre, advigilō, advigilāvī, advigilātumwatch by, watch at, keep guard over, be watchful, be vigilant for, bestow care, bestow attention upon a thing, watch, watch for

advolvī, advolvor, advolūtus sumthrow one’s self at, fall at, fall before, prostrate before

aedepolat the Pollux, by god!, by my faithfulness!

aeger manumsick at the hand

aegrīs oculīs īnspiciō aliquidlook at something with envious eyes, look at something enviously

aegritūdō exēst animum planēque cōnficitthe sorrow gnaws at me and wears me out completely

aegrōtō assideōsit at someone's bedside

aequātīs iūribusat eye level, with equal rights

aequō discrīmineequidistantly, at equal distance

aestimātōria, aestimātōriae fthe action which aims at the true value of a thing

aestū rūrsus minuenteat low tide again, at the resumption of low tide

aestū suōat the tide favourable to him

aestuārium, aestuāriī npart of the sea-coast which, during the flood-tide, is overflowed, but at the ebb-tide is left covered with mud or slime, marsh, channel extending inland from the sea, and only filled with water at floodtide, creek, inlet, air-hole, air-shaft

affectāre, affectō (adfectō), affectāvi, affectātumstrive after a thing, exert one’s self to obtain, pursue, aim to do, enter on a way in order to arrive at a destined point, endeavor to make one’s own, strive after, aspire to, aim at, esire, aim at, aspire to

affectārī, affector, affectātus sumstrive after a thing, exert one’s self to obtain, pursue, aim to do, enter on a way in order to arrive at a destined point, endeavor to make one’s own, strive after, aspire to, aim at, esire, aim at, aspire to

afflēre, affleōweep at a thing

affor mortuumbid farewell to the dead at the burial, take the last adieu

affremere, affremōroar at, rage at, growl at, murmur at

affundor, affūsus sumcast one’s self to, throwing one’s at

aggemere, aggemō (adgemō)groan, wail, lament at a thing

agitāre, agitō, agitāvī, agitātumdrive at a thing in the mind, turn over, revolve, weigh, consider, meditate upon, deliberate upon, devise, contrive, plot, be occupied with, design, intend, treat of, speak of, concerning a thing, confer about

agitāre, agitō, agitāvī, agitātumtorment, assail with reproach, assail with derision, assail with insult, reprove, blame, scoff, deride, insult, mock, drive on a thing, urge on a thing, drive at, be employed in, be engaged in, have, hold, keep, celebrate, pass, spend, live, dwell, abide, sojourn, be

agnāscī, agnāscor, agnātus sumbe born in addition to, accrue by adoption, grow to something, grow at something, grow upon something, grow afterwards (of teeth)

agere, agō, ēgī, āctumact, perform, deliver, pronounce, do, labor, transact, be occupied with, think upon, have in view, aim at, pass (time), spend (time), conduct, manage, carry on, administer, represent by external action, play

alauda, alaudae fname of a legion raised by Cœsar, in Gaul, at his own expense

āleā perdōgamble away at dice

āleārius, āleāria, āleāriumpertaining to a game of chance, formed at the gaming-table

Alexander viginti annos natus rex factus estAlexander became king at the age of twenty

aliāsat a time other than the present, at other times, on another occasion, at another place, elsewhere, in respect of other things, in other circumstances, otherwise, in another manner

aliās... aliās...at one time - at another, once - another time, sometimes - sometimes, now - now

aliās aliter...at one time in one way - at another in another, now so - now otherwise, now this - now that

alibīelsewhere, otherwhere, somewhere else, at another place, otherwise, in something else, in other things, in other respects, with some other one

alibī atque alibīat one time here, at another there, now here, now there

alicubī cōnsīdōsomewhere, anywhere, at any place, in any thing

alicuī perīculum comparōput someone in danger, endanger someone, put someone at risk

alicuī perīculum cōnflōput someone in danger, endanger someone, put someone at risk

alicuī perīculum creōput someone in danger, endanger someone, put someone at risk

alicuī perīculum facessōput someone in danger, endanger someone, put someone at risk

alicuī perīculum intendōput someone in danger, endanger someone, put someone at risk

alicuī perīculum mōliorput someone in danger, endanger someone, put someone at risk

alicuius impendiōat someone's expense

alicuius inductūat someone's instigation, on someone's impulse

aliēnā arcāat another person's expense

aliēnissimō locō et temporeat the very wrong time in the very wrong place, at the most inconvenient time in the most inconvenient place

aliēnō locō et temporein the wrong place at the wrong time

aliēnō temporeat the wrong time, inopportune, at an inopportune time

aliēnārī, aliēnot, aliēnātus sumkeep at a distance from something, be disinclined to, have an aversion for, avoid

aliquandoawhile, for a while, for some time, sometimes, now and then, at length, now at last

aliquem ad manum habeōhave someone at ones personal service

aliquem ānulum ēlūdō, ēlūsī, ēlūsumwin a ring from someone at play

aliquem collocō (hospitem ) apud aliquemaccommodate someone at someone's place

aliquem in discrīmen (perīculum) vocōput someone in danger, put someone at risk, endanger someone

aliquem in perīculum (discrīmen) addūcōendanger someone, put someone at risk

aliquem in perīculum vocōendanger someone, put someone at risk

aliquem in potestāte habeōhave someone at one's disposal, dispose of someone

aliquem irrīsuī habeomock someone, laugh at someone, ridicule someone, make fun of someone, make a mockery of someone, make fun of someone

aliquem linguā aspergōcall someone names, jeer at someone, badmouth someone

aliquem nātum nōn agnōscōnot to recognise one as a son at birth

aliquem suspendeō nāsōturn up one's nose at someone, mock someone

aliquem verbō premōtake someone at his word

aliquid ad manum estsomething is at hand

aliquid cārē cōnstatsomething comes at a high price

aliquid in potestāte habeōhave something under one's control, have something at one's disposal, dispose of something

aliquid īnstrūctum habeōhave something at one's command, be in command of something

aliquid māgnō cōnstatsomething is expensive (for someone), something comes at a high price (for someone)

aliquid prō adprobātō accipiōtake something at face value

aliquid sēmūnciā vēnitbe sold at a knockdown price

aliquō auctōreon someone's advice, at someone's suggestion, at someone's coaxing, according to someone's decree

aliquō roganteat someone's request

aliquō rogātusat someone's request

aliquō suādenteon someone's advice, at someone's suggestion, at someone's coaxing, according to someone's decree

aliquō suāsoreon someone's advice, at someone's suggestion, at someone's coaxing, according to someone's decree

aliquō tempore annīat some point in the year

aliquobīsomewhere, anywhere, at any place, in any thing

aliquotiēs (aliquotiēns)several times, at different times

alius alium respectateach one looks at another, everyone looks at someone else

allabōrāre, allabōrō (adlabōrō)labor at a thing, toil at a thing, add to with labor or pains

allacrimāns, allacrimantiscrying at that

allacrimāre, allacrimō (adlacrimō 1)weep at a thing

allambere, allambō, allambī, allambitumlick at a thing, lick on a thing, lick, touch, come in contact with

allātrāre, allātrō (adlātrō), allātrāvī, allātrātumbark at, assail with harsh words, revile, rail at, break upon the shore, dash against the shore

allūdō aliquemaim at someone, allude to someone

alterāsat another time, at other times, on another occasion, always at other times, always in other cases, at another place, elsewhere, in respect of other things, in other circumstances, otherwise, in another manner

altrīm secusat the other side, on the other side, from both sides, on both sides

altrīnsecusat the other side, on the other side, from both sides, on both sides

amburbāle, amburbālis nexpiatory procession round the city of Rome, at which sacrifices were offered

amburbium, amburbiī nexpiatory procession round the city of Rome, at which sacrifices were offered

amīcī āversīfriends at loggerheads, estranged friends

ammīrārī, ammīror, ammīrātus sumwonder at, be astonished at, regard with admiration, admire, gaze at passionately, strive after a thing from admiration of it, desire to obtain a thing from admiration of it, fall into a state of wonder or astonishment at a thing

amphiprostȳlos, amphiprostȳlī mtemple which had pillars in front and rear, but not at the sides

amystis, amystidis f (Akk. Plur. amystidas)emptying of a cup at one draught

amystis, amystidis femptying of a cup at one draught

anaphora, anaphorae frising or mounting up, rising of the stars, repetition of a word at the beginning of successive clauses, improper reference of a word to a preceding word

angor dē aliquā rēmy heart grows heavy, I feel heavy at heart

angulāriterat an angle, angularly

angulārius, angulāria, angulāriumlocated at a corner, lying in a corner, situated in a corner

angustiae nāvālēsdistress at sea

animum indūcōintend, aim at, set in one's mind, win over one's self

animus sēcum discordānsa mind at odds with itself

annālia, annālium na festival observed at the beginning of the year

annāscī, annāscor, annātus sumbe born in addition to, accrue by adoption, grow to something, grow at something, grow upon something, grow afterwards (of teeth)

annictāre, annictōwink with the eyes, wink to, blink to, wink at, blink at

annō exeunteat the end of the year

annō ineunteat the beginning of the year

annum agēns nōnāgēsimum et quārtumat the age of 93 years

annūtrīre, annūtriōnourish up at, train up at, train near to

ānseribus cibāria pūblicē locanturthe geese are fed at state expense

ānsula, ānsulae flittle handle, small ring, small hook, small loop at the edge of sandals for the ties

antibasis, antibasis fthe hindmost small pillar at the pedestal of the ballista

apex, apicis mextreme end of a thing, point, summit, top, small rod at the top of the flamen’s cap, wound round with wool, conical cap of the flamen, ornamented with the rod, priesthood, any hat, any helmet, crown

aphaeresis, aphaeresis fthe dropping of a letter or syllable at the beginning of a word

apocopa, apocopae fdropping of a letter or syllable at the end of a word

apocopē, apocopēs fdropping of a letter or syllable at the end of a word

apoforēta, apoforētōrum npresents which guests received at table, especially at the Saturnalia, to carry home with them, title of the fourteenth book of the epigrams of Martial

apophorēta, apophorētōrum npresents which guests received at table, especially at the Saturnalia, to carry home with them, title of the fourteenth book of the epigrams of Martial

apophygis, apophygis fthe curve of a column at top or bottom, apophyge

apophysis, apophysis fthe curve of a column at top or bottom, apophyge

apothesis, apothesis fthe curve of a column at top or bottom, apophyge

appellere, appellō (adpellō), appulī, appulsumdrive toward, move or bring to, move toward, bring toward, bring or conduct a ship somewhere, land, come to land, arrive at

appetītiō, appetītiōnis fgrasping at something, reaching after, passionate longing for something, passionate striving for something, strong desire, strong inclination, desire for food, appetite

appetere, appetō, appetīvī (appetiī), appetītumstrive after, try to get, grasp after, go somewhere, come somewhere, approach, arrive at, pressing on, rushing on, attack, fall upon, seize upon, assault, assail, strive after earnestly, desire eagerly, long for, have an appetite for, draw on, draw nigh, approach, be at

applōrāre, applōrō (adplōrō), applōrāvī (προσολοφύρεσθαι)lament, deplore a thing, weep at, weep on account of

appōnere, appōnō (adpōnō), apposuī, appositumplace at, put at, lay at, place by the side of a thing, apply to, add, unite, serve up, et before one, appoint or designate one to any service or duty, place in any station, join to as an aid

appositus, apposita, appositumput to, applied to, placed near to, situated at, contiguous to, bordering upon, fit, proper, suitable, appropriate, apposite

appretiāre, appretiō, appretiāvī, appretiātumvalue a price, estimate at a price, appraise, rate, purchase

Aprō impulsōreat the instigation of the Aper

apud eum sīc fuī tamquam domī meaehe made me feel at home, I felt at home with him

apud mēnsamat the table, at the meal

arbitrātū tuōat your judgment, at your freewill, at your inclination, at your pleasure, at your wish, at your choice, at your decision, at your direction, at your guidance

arbitriō tuōat your convenience

arcēre, arceō, arcuīshut up, enclose, keep in order, keep off, hold off, prevent from approaching, keep at a distance, hinder, prevent, keep off something from

archiater, archiatrī msenior physician, the chief physician, who was at the same time physician in ordinary to the emperor

archiatros, archiatrī msenior physician, the chief physician, who was at the same time physician in ordinary to the emperor

archiatrus, archiatrī msenior physician, the chief physician, who was at the same time physician in ordinary to the emperor

archiposia, archiposiae fChair at the drinking party

architriclīnus, architriclīnī mone that presides at the table, the master of a feast

archōn, archontis mruler, archon, the highest magistrate at Athens after the abrogation of royal authority,

arculum, arculī na roll or hoop placed upon the head for the purpose of carrying the vessels at public sacrifices

arculus, arculī ma roll or hoop placed upon the head for the purpose of carrying the vessels at public sacrifices

arguendī perītiormore adept at making his statements credible

argumenta mihi in promptū sunthave evidence in one's hands, have evidence at one's disposal

argūmentum, argūmentī ntoken, evidence, the matter which lies at the basis of any written or artistic representation, contents, subject, theme, argument

armātus semper ac velut in prōcīnctū stōalways stand ready armed, as it were, always be at the ready, as it were, at arms length

armidoctor, armidoctōris minstructor at the weapon, instructor in the use of weapons

arrīdēre, arrīdeō (adrīdeō), arrīsī, arrīsumlaugh at, laugh with, smile at, smile upon, be favorable to one, be kindly disposed to one, be pleasing to, please

arrōdere, arrōdō (adrōdō), arrōsī, arrōsumgnaw at, nibble at, gnaw

arrōsor, arrōsōris mone who gnaws at, one who consumes a thing, nibbler, consumer

articulātiō, articulātiōnis fputting forth of new joints or knots, disease of the vine at the joints of the tendrils

arvenīre, arveniō, arvēnī, arventumcome to a place, reach, arrive at, come into one’s possession, accrue, come by conveyance, be brought

ascalpere, ascalpōscratch at, scratch

aspectāre, aspectō (adspectō), aspectāvī, aspectātumlook at attentively, ook at with respect, look at with desire, looking back upon (with regret), observe, regard, pay attention to

aspectū territus haereōstand aghast at the sight

aspectum alicuius āversorturn away at the sight of someone

aspectus, aspectūs mseeing, looking at, look, sight, glance, sense of sight, visibility, appearance, manner of appearance, aspect, presence, mien, countenance, form, color

asphodelus, asphodelī masphodel, kind of lily-shaped plant with many tubercles at the root

asphodilus, asphodilī masphodel, kind of lily-shaped plant with many tubercles at the root

aspicere, aspiciō, aspexī, aspectumlook to, look upon, behold, look at, see, look toward, lie toward, examine, reflect upon, consider, weigh, ponder, take into consideration, have in view, look upon with respect, look upon with admiration, look one boldly in the face, meet his glance

aspīrāre, aspīrō (adspīrō), aspīrāvī, aspīrātumbreathe upon, blow upon, exhale, be favorable to, favor, assist, aspire to, desire to reach, desire to obtain, approach, come near, arrive at, attain to, give the h sound, aspirate, infuse, instil, be washed

aspuere, aspuōspit at, spit upon

assentātor, assentātōris m (adsentātor)one who assents flatteringly, flatterer, one who connives at

assentātrīx aulicafemale courtier, yes-woman at the court

assībilāre, assībilō, assībilāvī, assībilātumhiss to a thing, murmur to a thing, whisper at a thing, whisper to a thing

assidēre, assideō (adsideō), assēdī, assessumsit at one’s side, stand at one’s side, be at one’s side, aid, assist one in the office of judge, be an assessor, attend upon, take care of, be busily about a thing, be assiduously engaged about a thing

assistere, assistō, astitī (adsistere, adsistō, adstitī)place one’s self somewhere, stand, post one’s self, stand somewhere, stand at, stand by, stand by one, stand before one on trial

assuētō temporeat the usual time

assuspīrāre, assuspīrōsigh at something

astāre, astō (adstō), astitīstand at, stand near, stand by, stand, await, stand at one’s side as counsel or aid, assist, still existing, still remaining, stand up, stand upright

astrepere, astrepō (adstrepō), astrepuī, astrepitummake a noise at, make a noise to, shout applause to, applaud, cheer

astrepere, astrepō (adstrepō), astrepuī, astrepitummake a noise at, make a noise to, shout applause to, applaud, huzza

astrīdere, astrīdōhiss at

astupēre, astupeō (adstupeō)be amazed at, be amazed on account of, be astonished at

attinēre, attineō (adtineō), attinuī, attentumhold to, bring near, hold near, hold at some point, detain at some point, hold fast, keep hold of, hold, keep, detain, hold back, delay, hold possession of, occupy, keep, guard, preserve

attingere, attingō, attigī, attāctumtouch, come in contact with, strike, attack, assault, taste, crop, come to a place, to approach, reach, arrive at, lie near, border upon, be contiguous to, affect, touch upon in speaking, mention

attondēre, attondeō (adtondeō), attondī, attōnsumshave, shear, clip, crop, gnaw at, nibble

attonitus, attonita, attonitumthundered at, thunderstruck, stunned, terrified, stupefied, astonished, amazed, confounded, crazed, bewildered about,

attonāre, attonō (adtonō), attonuī, attonitumthunder at, stun, stupefy

attremere, attremōtremble at a thing

aucipium, aucipiī nbird-catching, fowling, catching at, lying in wait for something, birds caught

auctiōnārī, auctiōnor, auctiōnātus sumhold an auction, hold an public sale, make a sale by auction, buy at auction

aucupium, aucupiī nbird-catching, fowling, catching at, lying in wait for something, birds caught

audītōrium, audītōriī nhearing of a cause at law, judicial examination, place where something is heard, lecture-room, hall of justice, school, the assembled hearers themselves, audience, auditory

aulae accommodātus ingeniōsuitable in character for life at the court

auscultāre, auscultō, auscultāvī, auscultātumhear with attention, listen to, give ear to, give credit to, listen in secret to something, overhear, attend at the door, wait at the door, obey, heed

auspicātōunder a good omen, auspiciously, at a fortunate moment, in a lucky hour

autumnālī temporeat autumn time, in autumn

avibus sinistrīsat the unfortunate hour, at the inauspicious hour

avōrum memoriāat the time of the grandparents

bāiolus, bāiolī mhe who bears burdens for pay, porter, carrier, day-laborer, bearer at a funeral, letter-carrier

bāiulus, bāiulī m (= ἀχθοφόρος)he who bears burdens for pay, porter, carrier, day-laborer, bearer at a funeral, letter-carrier

bata comic word formed to parody the conjunction at

batenima comic word formed to parody the conjunction at enim

beās (mē)that delights me, I am rejoiced at that

beāstī (mē)that delights me, I am rejoiced at that

bellum antāriumwar at the gates of the city

bene sciōbe good at something

bene vēndōsell well, sell at a high price

bibere, bibō, bibī, pōtūrusdrink, take in, absorb, arrive at the region of the river, live near a river

bīnī, bīnae, bīnatwo by two, two to each, two each, two at a time, a pair, double, two

bis (δίς)twice, at two times, on two occasions, in two ways, doubly, twofold, in a twofold manner

biviī dīthe gods worshipped at crossroads

bonī mōrēs aegrōtantgood morals are at a standstill

bonō pūblicō serviōlook to the general good, serve the general good, put oneself at the service of the general welfare

bovināri, bovinorbellow at, brawl, revile

bustuārius, bustuāria, bustuāriumpertaining to the place where dead bodies were burned, that fought at a funeral pile in honor of the dead, upon which men were offered

cacāre, cacō, cacāvī, cacātumgo to stool, be at stool

cadere, cadō, cecidī, cāsūrusfall down, be precipitated, sink down, go down, sink, fall, decline, set, fall off, fall away, fall out, drop off, be shed, be thrown, be cast, turn up, fall at one’s feet, settle, fall dead, die

caedere, caedō, cecīdī, caesumcut, hew, lop, cut down, fell, cut off, cut to pieces, strike upon something, knock at, beat, strike, cudgel, strike mortally, kill, murder, slay a single enemy, conquer with great slaughter, cut to pieces, vanquish, destroy, slaughter animals (for offerings), slay, sacrif

caelī fragōre pavēscōtremble at the crash of the sky

caelō albenteat daybreak, at the dawn

caena, caenae fprincipal meal of the Romans, dinner, supper, dish, course, company at table, place of an entertainment

Caesare auctōreat Caesar's instigation

calamitās maritimaaverage, accident at sea

campus Mārtiusplace of assembly for the Roman people at the comitia centuriata, the comitia themselves, place for games, exercise, and recreation, place for military drills

canālicolae, canālicolārum msewer residents, poor or lazy people who used to lounge near the Forum, at a place called the Canalis

candidātus, candidātī mcandidate for office, he who strives after a thing, he who aims at a thing, candidate or a claimant of something

canonicus, canonica, canonicumaccording to rule, according to measure, according to the theory of harmony, following at regular intervals

capessere, capessō, capessīvī, capessiī, capessītumseize, take eagerly, catch at eagerly, snatch at, lay hold of, strive to reach a place or limit, betake one’s self to, go to, repair or resort to, take hold of any thing with zeal, take upon one’s self

capere, capiō, cēpī, captumchoose, select, elect, pick out, adopt, accept, occupy, take possession of, enter into, take by force, capture, storm, reduce, conquer, reach, attain, arrive at, betake one’s self to, wrest, receive, obtain, acquire, get, enjoy, reap, assume, adopt, cultivate, cherish,

capissere, capissōseize, take eagerly, catch at eagerly, snatch at, lay hold of, strive to reach a place or limit, betake one’s self to, go to, repair or resort to, take hold of any thing with zeal, take upon one’s self

capitālis, capitālebelonging to the head, relating to life, by which life is endangered, capital, punishable by death, punishable by the loss of civil rights, that is at the head, chief, first in something, pre-eminent, distinguished, of the first rank, important

capite dēmissō terram intuērīlook down at the ground with one's head bowed

capricornus, capricornī m (αἰγόκερως)capricorn (having a goat’s horns), sign of the zodiac which the sun enters at the winter solstice

captātiō, captātiōnis freaching after something, catching at something, feint

captātrīx, captātrīcis fshe who strires after or aims at any thing

captitāre, captitō, captitāvīstrive eagerly after, snatch at any thing

captāre, captō, captāvī, captātumstrive to seize, lay hold of a thing with zeal, catch at, snatch, chase, strive after, long for, desire earnestly, try to obtain, seek to obtain, seek to catch one in a crafty manner

cārēdearly, at a high price, highly

cārē vēndōsell dear, sell at a high price

caristia, caristiōrum nan annual family repast made three days after the Parentalia, on the 20th of February, family banquet, at which existing family feuds were settled

carminibus templōrum exōrnō aditūsplace epigrams at the entrances to the temples

cārōdearly, at a high price

carpere, carpō, carpsī, carptumtear, rend, lacerate, pluck, snatch, enjoy, use, make use of, gnaw at, carp at, slander, calumniate, revile, rob of strength, weaken, enfeeble, wear away, consume, consume completely, destroy, inflict injury upon an enemy

carptimby pieces, by detached parts, in parts, separately, at different places, at different points, on different sides, at different times, at one time and another, now and then, at intervals

castra habeōare on the battlefield, be at war

castra habeō contrā aliquembe in the battlefield against someone, be at war against someone

catabasis, catabasis f (Abl. Sgl. catabasī)going down, descent, the name of a ceremonial at the festival of the Magna Mater

catalēcticus, catalēctica, catalēcticumverse in which a syllable is wanting at the end

catalēctos, catalēctonverse in which a syllable is wanting at the end

catus excipere aprumadept at capturing a boar

celeberrimō forīat the time when the Forum was most frequented

celerī ingressū ūtorhave a fast gait, have a fast walk, go at a fast pace, quicken the pace

celeritāte quīnquāginta chīliometrōrum hōrāliumfifty kilometres per hour fast, at a speed of fifty kilometres per hour

cēna, cēnae f (coena, coenae f)principal meal of the Romans in the early period, taken about midday, dinner, supper, dish, course, company at table, place of an entertainment

cēna, cēnae f (coena, coenae f)principal meal of the Romans, dinner, supper, dish, course, company at table, place of an entertainment

cēnābis hodiē domī?will you be dining at home today?

cerniturit consists in something, it is recognized at something

cēroferārius, cēroferāriī mwaxlight bearer, an attendant at Christian ceremonial worship

certātam līte deōrum Ambraciam vident they look at Ambrakia, over which the gods had quarreled

certēwith certainty, certainly, undoubtedly, assuredly, surely, really, doubtless, of course, yet surely, yet indeed, at least, notwithstanding

certāre, certō, certāvī, certātumdecide something by a contest, fight, struggle, contend, combat, strive, emulate, vie with, contend at law, strive to do something, labor, endeavor, struggle earnestly, exert one’s self

certō annīat certain season

cessāre, cessō, cessāvī, cessātumstand back very much, be remiss in any thing, delay, loiter, cease from, stop, give over, be inactive, be idle, be at leisure, do nothing, be at rest, rest, be still, be inactive, be unemployed, be unused, lie uncultivated, fallow

cesticillus, cesticillī ma roll or hoop placed upon the head for the purpose of carrying the vessels at public sacrifices, , small ring or hoop placed upon the head to support a burden

charistia, charistiōrum n (charistia, charistiōrum n) (χαρίστια)charistia, charistiōrum nan annual family repast made three days after the Parentalia, on the 20th of February, family banquet, at which existing family feuds were settled

Cicerō locō quōdam haec dīcitCicero says the following at one point

circā lūcemat dawn, at daybreak

circumvectārī, circumvectorride around, sail around, describe at large, seek to express by circumlocution

circumvehī, circumvehor, circumvectus sumride around, sail around, describe at large, seek to express by circumlocution

circumvehor per īnfima clīvīride around the slope at his foot

circumvīsere, circumvīsōlook around at, glare round upon

citātō equōat full gallop

citātō equō advehorapproach at a stretched gallop

citātō gradū incēdōmove swiftly along, move at a fast pace

citrā iocōs mē contineōleave it at jokes

cives in forum conveneruntcitizens gathered at the forum

clādēs terrestris nāvālisque defeat on land and at sea

clāmōrēs captōsnatch at applause, grab for applause

clāvum imperiī teneōbe in government, be at the helm of the state, direct the state

clīnicē, clīnicēs f (Akk. Sgl. clīnicēn)science of clinical medicine, practice at the sick-bed

clīvō sūdāmus in īmōthe difficulties only begin, already sweating at the bottom of the hill, are just at the beginning

coaegrēscere, coaegrēscōbecome sick at the same time with

coaegrōtāre, coaegrōtōbe sick at the same time with

coēmendātus, coēmendāta, coēmendātumamended at the same time

coena, coenae fprincipal meal of the Romans in the early period, dinner, supper, dish, course, company at table, place of an entertainment

coëpulōnus, coëpulōnī ma fellowbanqueter, companion at a feast

coexercitātus, coexercitāta, coexercitātumexercised together, exercised at the same time

coexercitāre, coexercitō, coexercitāvī, coexercitātumpractise at the same time

coexsistere, coexsistōbe present at the same time, exist at the same time, coexist

coimbibere, coimbibō, coimbibīimbibe along with, imbibe at the same time

collabāscere, collabāscōtotter at the same time, be about to fall at the same time, waver with

collactānea, collactāneae fsister nourished at the same breast, foster-sister

collactāneus, collactāneī mbrother nourished at the same breast, foster-brother

collactea, collaceae fsister nourished at the same breast, foster-sister

collacteus, collacteī mbrother nourished at the same breast, foster-brother

collactīcĭus, collactīcĭī mbrother nourished at the same breast, foster-brother

collēga, collēgae mone who is chosen at the same time with another, partner in office, colleague, associate, companion, fellow, fellow-member of a club, fellow-member of a sodalitia, joint-guardian, fellow-slave, fellow-actor, joint-heir

collīdere, collīdō, collīsī, collīsumclash together, strike together, dash together, beat together, press together, bring into collision, bring into hostile contact, to set at variance

collīdī, collīdor, collīsus sumcome in contact, become hostile, be at variance, contend

columnārius, columnāriī mone who was condemned at the Columna Maenia

cōminusin close contest, hand to hand, nigh at hand, near to, near, immediately, at hand

comitiātus, comitiātī mmilitary tribune elected at the comitia

comitiīsat election time

comitiīs cōnsul creorbe elected consul at the elective assembly

comitīva, comitīvae frank at court, court charge

commeātus, commeātūs ma going to and fro, passing freely, going at will, place through which one can pass back and forth, thoroughfare, passage, leave of absence from one’s station for a definite time, furlough

comminus (cōminus)in close contest, hand to hand, nigh at hand, near to, near, immediately, at hand

commissiō, commissiōnis fsetting or bringing together in contest, beginning of a contest, speech at the opening of the games, prize declamation, ostentatious speech, perpetration, commission

commissōria, commissōriae fclause in the condition of a sale or of a contract (by which a vendor reserved to himself the privilege of rescinding the sale if the purchaser did not pay his purchase-money at the time agreed on)

commodēduly, properly, completely, rightly, well, skilfully, neatly, conveniently, suitably, opportunely, fitly, aptly, appropriately, in a friendly manner, pleasantly, gently, kindly, just, just at the moment when

commodōjust in time, seasonably, just at this time

commodulēat one’s convenience, conveniently, suilably, fitly

commodulumat one’s convenience, conveniently, suilably

commodumat a fit time, just in time, at the very nick, at the very moment, opportunely, seasonably

commorī, commorior, commortuus sumdie with one, die at the same time with one

commūnī ūtilitātī serviōlook to the common good, look to the general welfare, put oneself at the service of the common good

competum, competī nplace where several ways meet, cross-way, cross-road, altar raised at cross-roads

compitum, compitī nplace where several ways meet, cross-way, cross-road, altar raised at cross-roads

compitus, compitī mplace where several ways meet, cross-way, cross-road, altar raised at cross-roads

complacēre, complaceō, complacuī (complacitus sum)be pleasing at the same time, please also, be very pleasing to

complētōrium, complētōriī nservice containing prayers at the close of the day

compōnere, compōnō, composuī, compositumput away, put aside, put in place, store up, put away, collect, preserve, pack, adjust, lay out, collect and inurn, inter, bury, lay at rest, quiet

compōnō quālemcumque pācemmake peace at any cost

compōscere, compōscō, compopōscīdemande at the same time

compraecīdere, compraecīdōcut off at the same time

comprōmittere, comprōmittō, comprōmīsī, comprōmissumpromise mutually to abide by the decision of an arbiter, promise at the same time

concadere, concadōfall at the same time, sink down at the same time, collapse

concapere, concapiōadd, take at the same time

concēnātiō, concēnātiōnis fa supping together, companionship at table

concoenātiō, concoenātiōnis fa supping together, companionship at table

concubiā nocteshortly before midnight, deep in the night, at the first time of night, at the time of the first (deep) sleep

concurrere, concurrō, concurrī, concursummeet together, dash together, rush together in hostility, engage in combat, join battle, fight, make the same claim, enter into competition with, meet, concur, fall out at the same time, happen, have place together, be coincident

condamat a certain time, at one time, once, heretofore, formerly, the late, the former, the deceased, at certain times, at times, sometimes, one day, some day, ever

condiscēns, condiscentis mschool-mate, companion at school

condīscipulus, condīscipulī mschool-mate, companion at school

cōnflōrēscere, cōnflōrēscō, cōnflōruībegin to bloom at the same time, begin to florish together

cōnforāneus, cōnforāneī mworking at the same market-place, selling at the same market-place

cōnfuitit occurred at the same time, it was at the same time, it happened at the same time, it happened simultaneously

congenerāre, congenerō, congenerāvī, congenerātumbeget at the same time, produce at the same time, produce of the same litter, unite by affinity, connect

congerere, congerō, congessī, congestumshoot forth at the same time

coniectus oculōrumlook, look at

coniūnctēin connection, conjointly, at the same time, in a friendly manner, in a confidential manner, hypothetically

cōnīvēre, cōnīveō (connīveō), cōnīvī (cōnīxī)close, shut, close the eyes, shut the eyes, blink, half close the eyes, when heavy with sleep, be darkened, be obscured, be eclipsed, be dull, be drowsy, be languid, leave an error unnoticed, leave a crime uncensured, overlook, connive at, wink at

conlīdere, conlīdō, conlīsī, conlīsumclash together, strike together, dash together, beat together, press together, bring into collision, bring into hostile contact, to set at variance

connāscī, connāscor, connātus sumbe born at the same time, be born with, arise together with

cōnnīvēre, cōnnīveō, cōnnīvī (cōnnīxī)close, shut, close the eyes, shut the eyes, blink, half close the eyes, when heavy with sleep, be darkened, be obscured, be eclipsed, be dull, be drowsy, be languid, leave an error unnoticed, leave a crime uncensured, overlook, connive at, wink at

connōtāre, connōtō, connōtāvi, connōtātumdesignate at the same time, mean at the same time

conquiēscere, conquiēscō, conquiēvī, conquiētumbe wholly at rest, rest, take rest, repose, be at rest, cease from exertion, be idle, be inactive, be in repose, take rest, halt, take repose, take a nap

cōnsequī, cōnsequor, cōnsecūtus sumfollow a preceding cause as an effect, ensue, result, to be the consequence, arise from, proceed from, follow logically, reach, overtake, come up with, attain to, arrive at

cōnsīderāre, cōnsīderō, cōnsīderāvī, cōnsīderātumlook at closely, look at attentively, look at carefully, inspect, examine, observe, perceive, consider maturely, reflect, contemplate, meditate, take care, be considerate

cōnsiliāris, cōnsiliāris massociate judge at court, assessor at court

cōnsiliī meī cōpiam alicuī faciōput one's advice at the disposal of someone, offer one's advice to someone

cōnsistere, cōnsistō, cōnstitībe firm, remain firm, be unshaken, be immovable, be steadfast, be at rest, stand one’s ground, continue, endure, subsist, be, exist, come to a stand, stand still, take rest, cease

cōnsonāre, cōnsonō, cōnsonuīsound at the same time, sound together, sound aloud, resound, agree, accord, harmonize

cōnspectum convertōto catch one's eye, direct one's gaze at something, cast a glance

cōnspectus, cōnspectūs ma seeing, looking at, look, sight, view, range of sight, reach of sight, power of seeing, public attention, notice, presence, proximity, appearance, mental view, glance, survey, consideration, short view, sketch, synopsis

cōnspicere, cōnspiciō, cōnspexī, cōnspectumlook at attentively, get sight of, descry, perceive, observe, look at with admiration, look at with close attention, gaze upon, observe, contemplate, perceive mentally, understand, comprehend

cōnstanterat least he stayed true to his system

cōnstāre, cōnstō, cōnstitī, cōnstātūrusstand at, cost

cōnsulta sunt cōnsiliathe deliberations are finished, the deliberations are at an end

doctor umbrāticusone who teaches at home, private tutor

equō admissōat full speed

ex commodōaccording to one's convenience, conveniently, at one’s leisure

forum boārium (bovārium)the cattle market at Rome

forum bovārium the cattle market at Rome

gubernāculīs assideōbe at the levers of power, be at the helm, be in government, be in power, exercise power, hold power

iam diū hoc saxum versōfor a long time I've been rolling this stone, for a long time I've been picking at this block, with this person I struggle in vain

implācābiliter odito be at enmity, to hate each other irreconcilably

in aetāte (hominum)at times, sometimes, now and then, at any time, always, ever

in ipsō articulōat the fit moment, at the nick of time

in ipsō articulō temporisat the most critical moment

initiō vērisat the onset of spring, at the arrival of spring

inter cēnamat table

Isthmia vincōwin at the Isthmian Games

mē alicuī sufflōbe mad at sb,

mēnsārum vorāginēsindulgences at the table

meum caput offerō vīlitātīoffer his skin for sale at a low price

Nemea vincōwin at the Nemean Games

nihil adhūcnothing as yet, not at all as yet

noctū vēnātum eōgo hunting at night

obsipāre, obsipōsprinkle at, sprinkle upon

Olympia vincō (Ὀλύμπια νικῶ)win at the Olympic Games

per commodumaccording to one's convenience, conveniently, at one’s leisure

prīmō aspectūat first sight

prīmō vēreat the beginning of spring

prīncipiō vērisat the onset of spring, at the arrival of spring

Pȳthia vincōwin at the Pythian Games

quondamat a certain time, at one time, once, heretofore, formerly, the late, the former, the deceased, at certain times, at times, sometimes, one day, some day, ever

sēmentīnus, sēmentīna, sēmentīnumbelonging to seed, belonging to sowing, that occur at seed time, proper for sowing

sēmentīvus, sēmentīva, sēmentīvumbelonging to seed, belonging to sowing, that occur at seed time, proper for sowing

septēnī, septēnae, septēnaseven at once

septimānā vergenteat the weekend

sērōlate, at a late hour, too late, delayed

sībilāre, sībilōhiss, whistle, hiss at a person, hiss down a person

sībilum, sībilī nhissing, whistling, contemptuous hissing, hissing at

sībilus, sībilī mhissing, whistling, contemptuous hissing, hissing at

silentiārius, silentiāriī ma certain high officer at court, a privy councillor

simītū (altlat. Nbf. zu simul)at once, at the same time, together

simītur (altlat. Nbf. zu simul)at once, at the same time, together

simulat the same time, together, at once, as soon as, also, likewise

singulāris, singulāreone by one, one at a time, alone, single, solitary, alone of its kind, singular, unique, matchless, unparalleled, extraordinary, remarkable

siticen, siticinis mmusician at funerals

solitō temporeat the usual time

solūtus, solūta, solūtumfree, loose, at large, unfettered, unbandaged, friable

sōpīre, sōpiō, sōpīvī (sōpiī), sōpītumdeprive of feeling, deprive of sense, put to sleep, lull to sleep, lay to rest, lay to kill, lay at rest, lay to calm, settle, still, quiet

sopōrāre, sopōrō, sopōrāvi, sopōrātumput asleep, lay asleep, cast into sleep, deprive of sense, deprive of feeling, stupefy, lay at rest, still, quiet, allay, render soporific

spatiōsēwidely, greatly, extensively, long, at a later time

specere, speciō, spēxī, spectumlook, look at, behold

spectāre, spectō, spectāvī, spectātumlook at, behold, gaze at, watch, observe, see as a spectator, look on, face, lie, be situated, regard, consider

speculāmen, speculāminis nlooking at, observing

sphaeristērium, sphaeristēriī nplace for playing ball, ball-court, tennis-court, game at ball

spicere, spiciō, spēxī, spectumlook, look at, behold

spūtātilicus, spūtātilica, spūtātilicumthat deserves to be spit at, abominable, detestable

statim (in der Komödie)firmly, steadily, steadfastly, unyieldingly, on the spot, forthwith, straightway, at once, immediately, instantly, recently, newly, just

stephanomelis, stephanomelis fplant which checks bleeding at the nose

stratēgus, stratēgī mmilitary leader, general, commander, presider, president at a banquet

stupēre, stupeō, stupuībe struck senseless, be stunned, be benumbed, be struck aghast, be astonished, be astounded, be amazed, be confounded, be stupefied, be astonished, be amazed at, wonder at any thing

sub gallī cantumat daybreak, at cock-crowing

sublūcānīs temporibusat dawn, in the early morning

subesse, subsum, subfuībe under, be among, be behind, be near, be close, be at hand, be near, approach, be underneath, be at the bottom, be under, exist under, lie concealed in

sūgillāre, sūgillō, sūgillāvi, sūgillātumbeat black-and blue, flout, jeer, taunt, scoff at, insult, revile, beat into one, suggest

suīs opibusat one's own expense, at one's own charge, at one's own expenses, at one's own cost

esse, sum, fuībe, exist, live, happen, occur, befall, take place, be present, be at a place, depend upon, rest with, be of, belong to, be of use for, serve for

summā aestāteat the height of summer

summō carmineat the end of the song

summumat most, at the most, not more than

summus, summī mhe who sits in the highest place, he who sits at the head of the table

superadmīrāre, superadmīrō, superadmīrāvīadmire at exceedingly, wonder at exceedingly

superalligāre, superalligōtie on top, tie at the top

superplaudere, superplaudōclap over a thing, flap over a thing, flap at a thing

superrīdēre, superrīdeōlaugh at sth,

superstes, superstitisone who stands by, one who is present at any thing, a bystander, witness, standing over, that remains alive after another’s death, outliving, surviving

supervacāneus, supervacānea, supervacāneumover and above what is necessary, needless, unnecessary, superfluous, supervacaneous, supernumerary, extra, done at leisure hours

supervacuāneus, supervacuānea, supervacuāneumover and above what is necessary, needless, unnecessary, superfluous, supervacaneous, supernumerary, extra, done at leisure hours

suppatēre, suppateōlie open beneath, spread out beneath, was spread over at the bottom

suppetere, suppetō, suppetīvī (suppetiī), suppetītumbe at hand, be in store, be present, be equal to, be sufficient for, suffice, agree with, correspond to, ask in place of another, to personate another in asking

suprā caput sumbe close at hand

suprēmō in temporeat the most critical moment

suspectāre, suspectō, suspectāvī, suspectātumlook up at, look up, watch, observe, mistrust, suspect, apprehend

suspicere, suspiciō, suspexī, suspectumlook up, look upwards, look up at a thing, admire, respect, regard, esteem, honor, mistrust, suspect

sȳringiānus, sȳringiāna, sȳringiānumstill sucking at one's mother

sȳringnātus, sȳringnāta, sȳringnātumstill sucking at one's mother

tacēre, taceō, tacuī, tacitumbe silent, not to speak, say nothing, hold one’s peace, be still, be noiseless, be quiet, be at rest

tandemat length, at last, in the end, finally, pray, pray now, now, then, in the world

tangere, tangō, tetigī, tāctumtouch, take, take away, curry off, reach, arrive at, come to a place, border on, be contiguous to, strike, hit, beat, affect, besprinkle, moisten, wash, smear, anoint, color, dye

tēlō aliquem petōfire at someone

tēlō petōpoint at someone

tēlum, tēlī nweapon used for fighting at a distance, missile weapon, missile, dart, spear, javelin, offensive weapon of any kind, sword, dagger, poniard, axe, sunbeam, lightning, stitch in the side, weapon, shaft, dart

temereby chance, by accident, at random, without design,, without intent, without purpose, casually, fortuitously, rashly, heedlessly, thoughtlessly, inconsiderately, indiscreetly

temeriterby chance, by accident, at random, without design, without intent, without purpose , casually, fortuitously, rashly, heedlessly, thoughtlessly, inconsiderately, indiscreetly

īat the right, at the fitting time, at the appointed time, in time, betimes, timely, seasonably

temperīat the right, at the fitting time, at the appointed time, in time, betimes, timely, seasonably

tempestīvēat the right time, in proper season, seasonably, opportunely, fitly, appropriately

tempestīvō due course, in due time, at the right time, in proper season, seasonably, opportunely, fitly, appropriately

tempestīvō temporein due course, in due time, at the right time, in proper season, seasonably, opportunely, fitly, appropriately

tempestīvus, tempestīva, tempestīvumbelonging to the right time, done at the proper time, happening at the proper time, seasonable, opportune, fitting, appropriate, suitable, timely, seasonable, ripe, mature, timely, betimes, in good time, in good season, early

tempestus, tempesta, tempestumbelonging to the right time, done at the proper time, happening at the proper time, seasonable, opportune, fitting, appropriate, suitable, timely, seasonable, ripe, mature, timely, betimes, in good time, in good season, early

temporāneus, temporānea, temporāneumhappening at the right time, coming at the right time, timely, opportune

temporātimat times, according to time, chronologically

temporeat the right time, at the fitting time, at the appointed time, in time, betimes, timely, seasonably, with the progress of time, gradually

temporīat the right time, at the fitting time, at the appointed time, in time, betimes, timely, seasonably, with the progress of time, gradually

temporibus Periclisin Pericles' time, at the time of Pericles

tempus cibī sūmōtake time to eat, take one's time at dinner

tēnesmos, tēnesmī m (τεινεσμός)straining at stool, tenesmus

tentor, tentōris mholder, servant employed at chariotraces, stretcher

tergeminus, tergemina, tergeminumthree born at a birth, three twin-brothers, threefold, triple, triform

tertiā (hōrā)at three o'clock

thema, thematis n (θέμα)treated subject, treated topic, theme, position of the celestial signs at one’s birth, nativity, horoscope

tormenta coniciōbombard, fire at

tormentīs aggrediorbombard, fire at

torus, torī mraised ornament, knot, bolster, cushion, bed, bridalbed, marriage, mistress, elevation of earth, bank of earth, round moulding at the base of a column

tōtum et animō et corpore in salūtem reī pūblicae mē cōnferōput all its mental and physical powers at the service of the public good

tōtum mē committō alicuīput yourself completely at someone's disposal

tractimby drawing along, little by little, by degress, in a drawling way, at length, slowly

tractum, tractī nany thing drawn out at length, flock of wool drawn out for spinning, long piece of dough

trāgulam iniciō in aliquemthrow a skewer against someone, throw a spear at someone

trechedīpnum, trechedīpnī nlight garment worn at table by parasites

tremēscere, tremēscōbegin to shake, begin to tremble, begin to shake, quake for fear, tremble for fear, quake at, tremble at

tremīscere, tremīscōbegin to shake, begin to tremble, begin to shake, quake for fear, tremble for fear, quake at, tremble at

tremere, tremō, tremuī (tr.)quake at a thing, tremble at a thing

trepidāre, trepidō, trepidāvī, trepidātumtremble at, be afraid of

tribius, tribia, tribiumlocated at crossroads, epithet of those deities whose temples were often erected where three ways met

trīcēnī, trīcēnae, trīcēnathirty at a time, thirty each, thirty

trīchilīnium, trīchilīniī ncouch running round three sides of a table for reclining on at meals, eating-couch, table-couch, room for eating in, dining-room, supper-room

trīcilīnium, trīcilīniī ncouch running round three sides of a table for reclining on at meals, eating-couch, table-couch, room for eating in, dining-room, supper-room

triclīnium, triclīniī n (τρίκλινον, τρικλίνιον)couch running round three sides of a table for reclining on at meals, eating-couch, table-couch, room for eating in, dining-room, supper-room

trigeminus canisthree born at a birth, three twin-brothers, threefold, triple, triform

trigeminus, trigemina, trigeminumthree born at a birth, three twin-brothers, threefold, triple, triform

trīgēnī, trīgēnae, trīgēnathirty at a time, thirty each, thirty

tripūs, tripodis m (Akk. Plur. tripodas) (τρίπους)three-footed seat, tripod, oracle at Delphi, oracle

triumphiger, triumphigera, triumphigerumcarried at the triumph, carried in triumph, causing a triumph

triumphum dē (ex) hostibus agō victōriae Pharsāliaetriumph over the enemy because of the victory at Pharsalus

trivius, trivia, triviumlocated at crossroads, epithet of those deities whose temples were often erected where three ways met

tropaturning, at a game played by throwing dice

tuam audaciam miror / de tua audacia mirorI am amazed at your courage, marvel at your courage, admire your courage

tuba commissōs canit lūdōsthe trumpet sounds at the opening of the games

tubilūstrium, tubilūstriī nfestival held on the 23d of March and 23d of May, when the trumpets used at sacrifices were purified, the feast of trumpets

tubulūstrium, tubulūstriī nfestival held on the 23d of March and 23d of May, when the trumpets used at sacrifices were purified, the feast of trumpets

tubus, tubī mpipe, tube, trumpet used at sacrifices

tuērī, tueor, tuitus sum (tūtus sum)see, look upon, gaze upon, watch, view, see to, look to, defend, protect, look at, gaze at, behold, watch, view, regard, consider, examine, care for, keep up, uphold, maintain, support, guard, preserve

tumthen, at that time, on that occasion, at such a time of the year, at such a time of the day, at such a season, in such circumstances, in this instance

tum ... tum ...sometimes … sometimes, now … now, at one time … at another

tum certēespecially, at least, assuredly

tumultuārī, tumultuor, tumultuātus summake a bustle, make a disturbance, be in great agitation, be in confusion, be in an uproar, raise a tumult, storm, rant, talk at random

tuncthen, at that time, at such a time, at such a season, in this instance, under these circumstances, and then

tunc māximēchiefly at that time, especially then, just then

tunc temporisat that time, at that point in time

tundere, tundō, tutudī, tūsum (tūnsum, tūssum)beat, strike, thump, buffet, pound, bruise, bray, din, stun, keep on at, importune

typicus, typica, typicumfigurative, typical, periodical, recurring at intervals

ūbera dūcōsucking on the chest, suck at the breast

ubīqueat all places, everywhere

ubīque locōrumat every corner and end, at all places and ends

ubivīsat any place, at any location, everywhere, all around

ultimāre, ultimōcome to an end, be at the last

ultimāre, ultimōcome to an end, be at the last

ultimō mēnse Iūniō at the end of the month

ultimō mēnse Iūniō end of June, at the end of the month of June

umbrātilis, umbrātileremaining in the shade, remaining in retirement, remaining at home, private, retired, contemplative, in the manner of the schools

umquamat any time, ever

ūnāin one and the same place, at the same time, in company, together

unā faciō cum aliquōbelong to someone's party, stand by someone, be at someone's side

ūnō aspectūat a glance

ūnō in cōnspectūat one glance, at one look

ūnō nōmineunder one heading, at once

ūnō partū ēditus cum aliquōborn at the same time with someone, born together with someone

ūnō temporesimultaneously, at the same time

ūnō tractūin one go, all at once

ūnōsēat once, at the same time, together

unquamat any time, ever

ūspiamat any place, anywhere, somewhere

ūsūrae sēmissiuminterest at six percent

ut libet (ut lubet)at will, as you like it

ut lubetat will

ut mihi quidem vidēturat least in my opinion

utcumquein what way soever, howsoever, however, in any way whatever, in one way or another, at whatever time, whenever

utīquein any case, at any rate, certainly, surely, assuredly, by all means, particularly, especially, at least, without fail, undoubtedly

utrobīat which of two places, on which of the two sides

utrubīat which of two places, on which of the two sides

vacāns, vacantisempty, unoccupied, without an owner, vacant, single, unmarried, without a husband, at leisure, unoccupied, idle

vacīvēat leisure, leisurely

vacāre, vacō, vacāvī, vacātumbe empty, be void, be vacant, be void of, be without, not to contain, be free from, be unoccupied, keeps free from, remains aloof from, be free from labor, be not busied, be idle, be at leisure, have leisure, have time, have time for, be ownerless

veīvere, veīvōlive, be alive, have life, survive, be still alive, live well, live at ease, enjoy life, last, endure, remain, be remembered, support life, sustain one’s self, maintain one’s self, pass one’s life, reside

vēlārius, vēlāriī mslave who attended to closing the curtains at the entrance of an apartment, door-keeper

Velia, Veliae felevated part of the Palatine Hill at Rome

vēlitor lapidibus in aliquemfight with stones against someone, throw stones at someone

vellicāre, vellicō, vellicāvī, vellicātumpluck, twitch, pinch, nip, wake up, arouse by twitching, twitch in speaking, twit, taunt, carp, rail at

Venerī pervigilōoffer a night sacrifice to Venus, make an offering to Venus at night

ventrem faciōhave a passage at stool, have bowel movement, have stool

venus, veneris fthe goddess of Love, the planet Venus, love, sexual love, venery, beloved object, beloved, quality that excite love, loveliness, attractiveness, beauty, grace, elegance, charms, highest throw at dice

verba respondēbuntwords will be at your disposal

verbīs aliquem prōsequorshout words at someone

verbōat a word

vēre ineunteat the beginning of spring

vesticeps, vesticipis (opp.: investis)bearded, arrived at puberty, manly, virile, immoral, corrupt

vīcēnārius, vīcēnāria, vīcēnāriumat the age of twenty

vīcīnās aquās clāmōshout at the neighbors Water! Water!

victimārius, victimāriī massistant at sacrifices

victumārius, victumāriī massistant at sacrifices, dealer in beasts for sacrifice

vidēre, videō, vīdī, vīsumsee, perceive, have the eyes open, be awake, look out on, afford a view, observe, mark, discern, understand, comprehend, be aware, know, look at, look to, consider, think upon

videō, quid adrīserisknow what you smiled at

vigilia, vigiliae fwakefulness, sleeplessness, lying awake, keeping awake for security, watching, watch, guard, time of keeping watch by night, watchmen, sentinels, watching at religious festivals, nightly vigils, vigilance, post, office, duty

vigilium, vigiliī nwakefulness, sleeplessness, lying awake, keeping awake for security, watching, watch, guard, time of keeping watch by night, watchmen, sentinels, watching at religious festivals, nightly vigils, vigilance, post, office, duty

vigilāre, vigilō, vigilāvī, vigilātumwatch, be awake at night, keep awake at night, not to sleep, be wakeful, be vigilant, keep watch, be watchful, be vigilant

vigulāre, vigulōwatch, be awake at night, keep awake at night, not to sleep, be wakeful, be vigilant, keep watch, be watchful, be vigilant

vīlis, vīleof small price, of small value, purchased at a low rate, cheap, poor, paltry, common, mean, worthles, base, vile, found in great quantities, abundant, common

vīlissimē emōbuy at a knockdown price, buy for a song

vindictam parōliberate, set free, set at liberty

vir iūstus īdemque sapientissimusa just and at the same time very wise man

virīlis, virīlebelonging to a man, manly, virile, masculine, full-grown, arrived at the years of manhood, belonging to a person, that falls to a person, that falls to each one, worthy of a man, manly, manful, firm, vigorous, bold, spirited

vīsere, vīsō, vīsī, vīsumlook at attentively, view, behold, survey, go in order to look at, go in order to see to, go in order to look after, go to see, go to visit

vissere, vissōlook at attentively, view, behold, survey, go in order to look at, go in order to see to, go in order to look after, go to see, go to visit

vīsū aliquid obeōpattern something, look at something

vīsū repentīnō obiectōat the unexpected sight

vīvere, vīvō, vīxī, vīctumlive, be alive, have life, survive, be still alive, live well, live at ease, enjoy life, last, endure, remain, be remembered, support life, sustain one’s self, maintain one’s self, pass one’s life, reside

vix aut omnīnō nōnas good as not at all

volūtor ad alicuius pedēsfall at someone's feet, throw oneself at someone's feet

vultū digitōque aliquem subnotōlook at someone and point the finger at them

vulturius, vulturiī mvulture, grasping perso, avaricious person, unlucky throw at dice

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