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"be made wet":

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abiēgineus, abiēginea, vummade of fir-wood, made of deal

abiēgneus, abiēgnea, abiēgneummade of fir-wood, made of deal

abiēgnius, abiēgnia, abiēgniummade of fir-wood, made of deal

abiēgnus, abiēgna, abiēgnummade of fir-wood, made of deal

abietālis, abietālemade of fir-wood, made of deal

ablaqueātiō, ablaqueātiōnis fdigging or loosening of the soil round the roots of a tree, trench itself made by digging

acernus, acerna, acernummade of maple

acināticus, acinātica, acināticumprepared from grapes, made from dried grapes

adimplēre, adimpleō, adimplēvī, adimplētumfill up, fill full, fulfil, perform, made full, made perfect

adiūnctiō, adiūnctiōnis fjoining to, binding to, union, conjunction, addition, limitation made by an addition, restriction made by an addition, limiting adjunct, restricting adjunct, repetition of the same word

adoptīvus, adoptīva, adoptīvumpertaining to adoption, made by adoption, acquired by adoption, received by adoption, adoptive

adsimulātus, adsimulāta, adsimulātummade similar, similar, like, imitated, feigned, pretended, dissembled

adustus, adusta, adustumburned by the sun, scorched, made brown, brown, swarthy

aequābilis, aequābilethat can be made equal, equal, similar, like, consistent, uniform, equable, equitable, just, right

aera, aerae f (2)given number, according to which a reckoning or calculation is to be made

aerācius, aerācia, aerāciummade of copper, made of bronze

aerārius, aerāria, aerāriumthat pertains to copper, that is made of copper, that is made of bronze, pertaining to money

aerātus, aerāta, aerātumfurnished with copper, furnished with bronze, covered with copper, covered with bronze, having bronze feet, made of bronze, rich

aereus, aerea, aereummade of copper, furnished with copper, covered with copper, furnished with bronze, covered with bronze

aerāre, aerōfurnish with copper, cover with copper, furnish with bronze, cover with bronze, made of bronze

aes, aeris nany crude metal dug out of the earth, copper, alloy (for the most part of copper and tin), bronze, everything made from copper or bronze, weapons, armor, utensils of husbandry, money, reward, payment

affaber, affabra, affabrummade ingeniously, prepared ingeniously, made with art, prepared with art, ingenious, skilled in art, skilful

alneus, alnea, alneummade of alder, , vehicle, ship, barge

alnus, alnī falder, all made of alder wood, vehicle, ship, barge

amīca tua facta est argenteayour girlfriend has been made into money, your girlfriend has been sold

amphitheātricus, amphitheātrica, amphitheātricumpertaining to the amphitheatre, amphitheatrical, made near the amphitheatre

amphora, amphorae f (ἀμφορεύς < ἀμφιφορεύς)vessel, usually made of clay, with two handles or ears, flagon, pitcher, flask, bottle, measure for liquids, measure of a ship

amussitātus, amussitāta, amussitātummade according to a rule, made exactly, nicely done, , flawless, precisely circled, precisely measured

angulātus, angulāta, angulātummade angular, with angles, angular

annulus annulī mring, finger-ring, seal-ring, signet-ring, ring for curtains, link of a chain, curled lock of hair, ringlet, round ornament upon the capitals of Doric columns, rings made of willow rods

antīquī operis (antīquō opere)of antique design, made in an antique manner, antiquing, antiquating, antiquising

ānulus, ānulī mring, finger-ring, seal-ring, signet-ring, ring for curtains, link of a chain, curled lock of hair, ringlet, round ornament upon the capitals of Doric columns, rings made of willow rods

ānulus, ānulī mring, finger-ring, seal-ring, signet-ring, ring for curtains, link of a chain, curled lock of hair, ringlet, round ornament upon the capitals of Doric columns, rings made of willow rods

appositus alicuī reīmade to fit something, made suitable for something, set up for something

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

aquilentus, aquilenta, aquilentumfull of water, humid, wet

arbor, arboris ftree, things made of wood, mast, lever of a press, bar of a press, press-beam, oar, ship, shaft of a javelin, javelin, gallows, gibbet

archetypus, archetypa, archetypum (ἀρχέτυπος)that was first made, original

arculāta, arculātōrum nsacrificial cakes made of flour

argenteus, argentea, argenteumfrom silver, made of silver, adorned with silver, of a silver color, silvery, of the silver age, from money

argentius, argentia, argentiumfrom silver, made of silver, adorned with silver, of a silver color, silvery, of the silver age, from money

argentum, argentī n (cf. ἀργής)silver, wrought silver, things made of silver, silver-plate, silver-work, silver as weighed out for money, money coined from silver, silver money

argūmentum, argūmentī nthe means by which an assertion or assumption may be made clear, proved, argument, evidence, proof, the sign by which any thing is known, mark

argyrocorinthus, argyrocorintha, argyrocorinthummade of Corinthian brass

artifex, artificisskilled in a thing, skilful, practised, ingenious, dexterous, skilfully prepared, skilfully made, artistic, artificial, ingenious, broken, trained

artificiōsus, artificiōsa, artificiōsumaccomplished in art, skilful, artistic, on which much art has been bestowed, made with art, artificial, ingenious, according to the rules of art, artificial

arundō, arundinis freed, cane, fishing-rod, limed twigs for catching birds, wreath or crown made of reeds, shaft of an arrow, arrow, pen, reed pipe, shepherd’s pipe, Pan-pipe (σύριγξ), flute, weber-comb

assimulātus, assimulāta, assimulātum (adsimulātus)made similar, similar, like, imitated, feigned, pretended, dissembled

aurichalcus, aurichalca, aurichalcummade of brass

aurum, aurī ngold, things made of gold, an ornament of gold, a golden vessel, a golden utensil, chain, buckle, clasp, necklace, jewelry, ring, fleece, hairband, lustre of gold, gleam of gold, brightness of gold

balaninus, balanina, balaninummade or prepared from the fruit of the balsam

bardocucullus, bardocucullī mGallic overcoat (cloak), with a hood or cowl, made of woollen stuff

beemow, the sound made by a sheep

biblos, biblī fpaper, papyrus, a sort of rush that grew largely in Egypt, from the inner bark of which paper was made

biblus, biblī fpaper, papyrus, a sort of rush that grew largely in Egypt, from the inner bark of which paper was made

bombӯx, bombӯcis csilk-worm, that which is made of silk, silken garment, silk, any fine fibre, cotton

bōs ad arandum nātusthe cattle are made for ploughing

būnītus, būnīta, būnītummade from bunion

buxiārius, buxiāria, buxiāriumpertaining to the boxwood-tree, made of boxwood, boxwood-, of the color of boxwood

buxum, buxī nthe wood of the boxtree, things made of boxwood, flute, pipe, top, comb, writingtablet, the boxtree

buxus, buxī fthe pale, evergreen box-tree, things made of boxwood, pipe, flute

byssinus, byssina, byssinummade of byssus

byssum, byssī ncotton, cotton stuff, fine kind of flax, and the linen made from it

byssus, byssī fcotton, cotton stuff, fine kind of flax, and the linen made from it

caespiticius, caespiticia, caespiticiummade of turf

calefactābilis, calefactābilethat can be warmed, that can be made hot

calefactibilis, calefactibilethat can be warmed, that can be made hot

caliandrium, caliandriī nhigh head-dress, made of layers of false hair, head-dress worn by Roman women, wig

caliendrum, caliendrī nhigh head-dress, made of layers of false hair, head-dress worn by Roman women, wig

calliandrum, calliandrī nhigh head-dress, made of layers of false hair, head-dress worn by Roman women, wig

callis, callis m/f (Abl. Sgl. selten auch callī)a stony, narrow footway, foot-path, mountain-path, path made by the treading of cattle, mountain-pasturage, alp, declivity, mountain-pass, defile, way, path, road

calvātus, calvāta, calvātummade bald, bare

candēla, candēlae fa light made of wax or tallow, wax-light, tallow-candle, taper, fire, a cord covered with wax

canna, cannae f (κάννα)reed, can, any thing made of reed, reed-pipe, flute, small vessel, gondola

canneus, cannea, canneummade of reeds, reed-

capillāceus, capillācea, capillāceumsimilar to hair, like hair, made of hair

capillācius, capillācia, capillāciumsimilar to hair, like hair, made of hair

carbaseus, carbasea, carbaseum (carbasineus, carbasinus)made of carbasus, made of fine linen

carbasineus, carbasinea, carbasineummade of carbasus, made of fine linen

carbasinus, carbasina, carbasinummade of carbasus, made of fine linen

carbatinus, carbatina, carbatinummade from raw leather, from raw leather

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

carpatinus, carpatina, carpatinummade from raw leather, from raw leather

carpineus, carpinea, carpineummade of hornbeam

carrāgō, carrāginis ffortification made of wagons, barricade made of wagons

cassiterinus, cassiterina, cassiterinum made of tin

catorchītēs, catorchītae mwine made from figs

caudicāriī, caudicāriōrum mthose who sail on ships made of rough, stout trunks of trees

caudicārius, caudicāria, caudicāriumof trunks of trees, pertaining to the trunks of trees, made of rough, stout trunks of trees

cautēr, cautēris mbranding-iron, wound made by burning

cautrōma, cautrōmatis nwound made by branding

centō, centōnis m (κέντρων)garment of several bits or pieces sewed together, rag-covering, patchwork, cap worn under the helmet, title of a poem made up of various verses of another poem, cento

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

cōdicāriī, cōdicāriōrum mthose who sail on ships made of rough, stout trunks of trees

frātrēs arvālēscollege of twelve priests, who yearly made offerings to the field-Lares for the increase of the fruits of the field

montēs cāseātīmountains where much cheese was made

pānis sītaniusbread made from summer wheat

ptisana, ptisanae fbarley crushed and cleaned from the hulls, barley-groats, pearl-barley, drink made from barley-groats, barley-water, ptisan

scabrātus, scabrāta, scabrātummade rough, roughened

schedius, schedia, schediummade suddenly, made off hand, hastily put together, hastily thrown together

scirpiculus, scirpicula, scirpiculummade of rushes

scirpiculus, scirpiculī mbasket made of rushes, rush basket

scorteus, scortea, scorteummade of hides, made of leather, leathern

scortīnus, scortīna, scortīnummade of hides, made of leather, leathern

scrautum, scrautī nquiver made of fur

sēmicōnfectus, sēmicōnfecta, sēmicōnfectumhalf made

sēsaminus, sēsamina, sēsaminumof sesame, made from sesame

sēta, sētae fbristle, stiff hair, spiny leaves, brush made from bristles

siccēdryly, without wet or damp

similāgineus, similāginea, similāgineummade of fine wheat flour

sirpiculus, sirpicula, sirpiculumbasket made of rushes, rush basket

sirpiculus, sirpiculī mbasket made of rushes, rush basket

sōbriefactus, sōbriefacta, sōbriefactummade reasonable, sobered

sōliferreum, sōliferreī nmissile weapon made wholly of iron, iron javelin

solliferreum, solliferreī nmissile weapon made wholly of iron, iron javelin

spartea, sparteae fshoe made of broom

sparteus, spartea, sparteumof broom, made of broom, consisting of broom

sparton, spartī n (σπάρτον)a plant, of which ropes, mats, nets, etc, , were made

spartum, spartī n (σπάρτον)a plant, of which ropes, mats, nets, etc, , were made

speusticus, speustica, speusticum hastily made

stāgneus, stāgnea, stāgneummade of stannum, pewtered, tin

stānneus, stānnea, stānneummade of stannum, pewtered, tin

strāmineus, strāminea, strāmineummade of straw, straw-

stūpeus, stūpea, stūpeummade of tow, consisting of tow

stuppeus, stuppea, stuppeummade of tow, consisting of tow

styracinus, styracina, styracinum made from storax

submānāre, submānōglide under, trickle under, wet somewhat

succīdere, succīdō, succīdī, succīsumcut off below, cut away below, cut from below, cut through, cut off, cut down, fell, made powerless

sūdāre, sūdo, sūdāvi, sūdātumsweat, perspire, sweat with, perspire with, to be wet with, moist with, drenched in any thing, sweat, drip, distil from any thing, toil, labor hard, exert one’s self, fatigue one’s self, tire one’s self out

sulcus, sulcī m (ὁλκός)furrow made by the plough, ploughing, long narrow trench, ditch, rut, track, wrinkle of the skin, trail of a meteor

summānāre, summānōglide under, trickle under, wet somewhat, do something wet

supplēmentum, supplēmentī nthat with which any thing is made full or whole, filling up, supply, supplement, making up, filling up a body of troops, recruiting, supplies, reinforcements

supplēre, suppleō, supplēvī, supplētumthat with which any thing is made full or whole, filling up, supply, supplement, making up, filling up a body of troops, recruiting

surpiculus, surpiculī mbasket made of rushes, rush basket

sūsinātus, sūsināta, sūsinātummade from lilies

sūsinus, sūsina, sūsinummade from lilies

sūtum, sūtī nthat which is made of plates fastened together

taxus, taxī fyew, yew-tree, javelin, made of the wood of the yew-tree

tellūs pluviō madēscit ab aurōthe earth gets wet by the rain-laden south wind

tepōrātus, tepōrāta, tepōrātummade moderately warm, warmed

tergum, tergī nback part, hinder part, back, rear, surface, body of an animal, covering of the back, skin, hide, leather, thing made of hide or leather

therminus, thermina, therminummade of lupines

thlasiās, thlasiae mone made a eunuch by bruising

thlibiās, thlibiae mone made a eunuch by bruising

thyinus, thyina, thyinummade of the citrus-tree

thyminus, thymina, thyminumof thyme, made of thyme

timefactus, timefacta, timefactummade afraid, frightened, alarmed, intimidated

tingere, tingō, tīnxī, tīnctum wet, moisten, bathe with, bathe in any liquid, soak in color, dye, color, tinge, produce a color, bring out a color, baptize, imbue, well furnish with

tinguere, tinguō, tīnxī, tīnctumwet, moisten, bathe with, bathe in any liquid, soak in color, dye, color, tinge, produce a color, bring out a color, baptize, imbue, well furnish with

tisana, tisanae fbarley crushed and cleaned from the hulls, barley-groats, pearl-barley, drink made from barley-groats, barley-water, ptisan

trabāria, trabāriae fsmall vessel made of the trunk of a tree

trabica, trabicae fvessel made of beams fastened together, raft

tractogalātus, tractogalāta, tractogalātummade of pastry and milk

tryginon, tryginī nblack coloring matter made from the lees of wine

turpificātus, turpificāta, turpificātummade foul, made filthy, debased, deformed, corrupted

ūdī oculīwet eyes, watery eyes

ūdāre, ūdō, ūdāvīwet, moisten

ūdus, ūda, ūdumwet, moist, damp, humid, tearful

ūlīginōsus, ūlīginōsa, ūlīginōsumfull of moisture, wet, moist, damp, marshy

ultrōtribūta, ultrōtribūtōrum nexpenditures made by the State for public works

ūmectāre, ūmectō, ūmectāvī, ūmectātummoisten, wet, be moist, tearful, weep

ūmectus, ūmecta, ūmectumof a moist nature, moist, damp, wet

ūmefacere, ūmefaciō, ūmefēcī, ūmefactummake moist, moisten, wet

ūmēns, ūmentismoist, damp, wet

ūmēre, ūmeōbe moist, be damp, be wet

ūmēscere, ūmēscōgrow moist, grow wet

ūmidum, ūmidī n moist place, wet place, damp place

ūmidus, ūmida, ūmidum moist, humid, damp, dank, wet, watery, weak

ūmōrōsus, ūmōrōsa, ūmōrōsummoist, wet

ūsuārius, ūsuāria, ūsuāriumthat is used, that made use of, whom one has the use of, but does not own

Gen.Pl.: utriumbag made of an animal’s hide, bottle made of an animal’s hide, skin for wine, oil, water, avain man

Gen.Pl.: utriumbag made of an animal’s hide, bottle made of an animal’s hide, skin for wine, oil, water, avain man

ūvēns, ūventismoist, wet, humid

ūvēscere, ūvēscōbecome moist, become wet, become damp, become dank, become humid, grow moist, grow wet, grow damp, grow dank, grow humid, moisten one’s self, refresh one’s self, drink freely, tipple

ūvidulus, ūvidula, ūvidulummoist, wet

ūvidus, ūvida, ūvidummoist, wet, damp, dank, humid, juicy

vacefierī, vacefīo, vacefactus sumbecome empty, be made empty

vēlificus, vēlifica, vēlificummade with sails, sailing

vēnsīca, vēnsīcae fbladder, urinary bladder, any thing made of bladder, purse, cap, lantern, foot-ball, bladder-like tumor, blister, inflation of language, bombast

vergiliocentō, vergiliocentōnis mpoem made up of scraps from Vergil

vēsīca, vēsīcae fbladder, urinary bladder, any thing made of bladder, purse, cap, lantern, foot-ball, bladder-like tumor, blister, inflation of language, bombast

vespertīnus, vespertīna, vespertīnumbelonging to evening, evening-, made in the evening, in the evening hours, belonging to the west, western

vessīca, vessīcae fbladder, urinary bladder, any thing made of bladder, purse, cap, lantern, foot-ball, bladder-like tumor, blister, inflation of language, bombast

viāticum, viāticī ntravellingmoney, provision for a journey, journey, resources, means, money made by a soldier in the wars, savings, prize-money, money to pay the expenses of one studying abroad

vīmineus, vīminea, vīmineummade of osiers, of wicker-work

Vīnālia, Vīnālium nwine-festival, celebrated annually on the 22d of April and the 19th of August, in which an offering of new wine was made to Jupiter

vīneus, vīnea, vīneummade of wine, belonging to wine

vīneus, vīnea, vīneummade of wine, belonging to wine

virgātus, virgāta, virgātummade of twigs, made of osiers, striped

vitrārius, vitrāria, vitrāriumbelonging to glass, made of glass

vōtum, vōtī nsolemn promise made to some deity, vow, thing solemnly promised, that which is vowed, that which is devoted, votive offering, wish, desire, longing, prayer, marriage vow, matrimonial engagement, marriage

xenium, xeniī n (ξένιον)gift made to a guest, present made to a guest, gift, present

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