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Bestimmung lateinischer Wortformen
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longae: ā ē ī ō ū ӯ Ā Ē Ī Ō Ū - breves: ă ĕ ĭ ŏ ŭ Ă Ĕ Ĭ Ŏ Ŭ - ancipitia: ā̆ ē̆ ī̆ ō̆ ū̆ ȳ̆

Suchergebnis zu
"become pregnant":

1. Wörterbuch und Phrasen:

Deut. Fund; Engl. Fund;



VolltrefferE (max. 100): 4 Ergebnis(se)
Hauptquelle: Lewis and Short
comprehendere, comprehendō, comprehendī, comprehēnsumapprehend someone in any crime, discover, detect, take root, conceive, become pregnant, contain, include, perceive, observe, see, comprehend intellectually, receive into one’s mind, grasp, put under obligation, embrace with kindness, shut in, include

comprēndere, comprēndō, comprēndī, comprēnsumapprehend someone in any crime, discover, detect, take root, conceive, become pregnant, contain, include, perceive, observe, see, comprehend intellectually, receive into one’s mind, grasp, put under obligation, embrace with kindness, shut in, include

conceptāre, conceptōconceive, become pregnant, conceive in mind

concipere, concipiō, concēpī, conceptumtake, lay hold of, take to one’s self, take in, take, receive, receive fecundation, conceive, become pregnant, unite herself in marriage, marry, wed


query 1/E (max. 1000): 4 Ergebnis(se)
Hauptquelle: Lewis and Short
query 1/2D (max. 100): 1 Ergebnis(se)
 Wortsuche im lateinisch - deutschen Georges bei Zeno.orgwerde teilhaft
(aliqua re / alicuius rei - einer Sache) [hunc laborem, auditu eius]
compotīrī, compotior, compotītus sumcompotior 4Wort- und Formsuche bei Van der GuchtWortsuche bei latein.me

query 1/E (max. 1000): 223 Ergebnis(se)
Hauptquelle: Lewis and Short
abscondī, abscondor, absconditus sum (abscōnsus sum)set (of stars), become invisible

accrēscere, accrēscō (adcrēscō), accrēvī, accrētumgrow, become larger by growth, increase, be added to by way of increase or augmentation, be joined or annexed to, fall to one

acēscere, acēscō, acuībecome sour, turn sour

acētāscere, acētāscō, acētāvībecome sour

acētāre, acētōsour, become sour, turn sour, get a vinegar taste

acīscere, acīscōur, become sour, turn sour

acquiēscere, acquiēscō (adquiēscō), acquiēvī, acquiētumbecome physically quiet, come to physical repose, repose, rest, come to a state of repose in relation to one’s wishes, repose in, find rest in, find pleasure in, rejoice in, be satisfied with, acquiesce in, give assent to

ad vīlitātem suī pervenitbecome contemptible to oneself

adcrēscere, adcrēscō, adcrēvī, adcrētumgrow, become larger by growth, increas, added to by way of increase, added to by way of augmentation, be joined or annexed to, fall to one (as an increase of his property)

addēnsārī, addēnsorbecome thick, thicken

adolēscere, adolēscō, adolēvī, adultumgrow up, grow, increase, augment, become greater

adparēre, adpareō, adparuī, adparitūruscome in sight, appear, become visible, make one’s appearance, be seen, show one’s self, be in public, appear, appear as servant or aid, attend, wait upon, serve

adsicēscere, adsiccēscōbecome dry, dry up

aegrēscere, aegrēscōbecome ill, grow sick, be troubled, be anxious, be afflicted, be grieved

= aequiparāre, aequiparō, aequiparāvī, aequiparātumput a thing on an equality with another thing, compare, like, place one’s self on an equality with another in worth, become equal to, equal, come up to, attain to

aequiperāre, aequiperō, aequiperāvī, aequiperātumput a thing on an equality with another thing, compare, like, place one’s self on an equality with another in worth, become equal to, equal, come up to, attain to

aequāre, aequō, aequāvī, aequātummake one thing equal to another, place a thing on an equality with, compare, make level, make even, make smooth, become equal to one, equal, come up to, attain to

aere aliēnō līberorbecome debt-free

aerūgināre, aerūginō, aerūgināvībecome rusty, become cankered

aggravēscere, aggravēscōbecome heavy, become violent, become severe, become dangerous, grow worse, be aggravated

agnōscere, agnōscō, agnōvī, agnitumdeclare a thing to be one’s own, announce a thing to be one’s own, allow a thing to be one’s own, admit a thing to be one’s own, acknowledge, understand, recognize, know, perceive by, become acquainted with, perceive, apprehend, discern, remark, see

albēscere, albēscō, albuībecome white, whiten, dawn

albicāscere, albicāscōbecome white, grow clear

albīscere, albīscō, albuībecome white, whiten, dawn

algēscere, algēscō, alsīcatch cold, become cold

alicuī conciliorbecome someone's friend

aliquem dīvitiīs ōrnōmake someone rich, help someone to become wealthy

aliquōs ad dēfectiōnem compellōsome force to fall away, some force to defect, some force to become renegades, some force to desert

altus, alta, altumgrown great, become great, great, high, lofty, elevated, great, magnanimous, high-minded, noble, august, high, shrill, loud, clear, deep, profound

amārescere, amārescōbecome bitter

amārizāre, amārizō, amārizāvībecome bitter

anīlitārī, anīlitorbecome an old woman

animī mīlitum dēbilitanturthe soldiers become despondent

animō mē dēmittōlose courage, become fainthearted, lose heart

animārī, animor, animātus sumbe resolved, be willing, become more courageous

animum ad aliquem adiciōturn one's attention to someone, become aware of someone

animum ad scrībendum appellōbecome a writer, become an author

animum arrigōbecome attentive, be astonished, become suspicious

animum dēmittōlose courage, lose heart, become fainthearted, become despondent, become fearful, become depressed

animum dēspondeōgive up all hope, lose heart, become completely despondent, lose courage, despair, despond

animum tollōincrease one's courage, become braver, show oneself proudly

animus meus ad dolōrem obdūruithave become insensitive to pain

animus sē inicit in aliquidimmerse oneself in something, become absorbed in something, turn one's attention to something

antevenīre, anteveniō, antevēni, anteventumcome before, get the start of, anticipate, thwart, exceed, surpass, excel, become greater, become more distinguished

antōnēscere, antōnēscōbecome similar to Antonius

apparēre, appareō, apparuī, apparitūruscome in sight, appear, become visible, make one’s appearance, be seen, show one’s self, be in public, appear, appear as servant or aid, attend, wait upon, serve

arborēscere, arborēscōbecome a tree, grow to be a tree

ārdēscere, ārdēscō, ārsītake fire, kindle, be inflamed, gleam, glitter, be inflamed, become more intense, increase in violence

ārdifētus, ārdifēta, ārdifētumpregnant with flame

ārēscere, ārēscō, āruībecome dry, languish, dry up, wither, pine away in sickness, sink, be overcome

assenēscere, assenēscōage, grow old, become old

assicēscere, assiccēscōbecome dry, dry up

auctōrāre, auctōrō, auctōrāvī, auctōrātumbecome security for, give a pledge as bondsman, bind, confirm, support

augērī, augeor, auctus sumstrengthen, increase, grow, become larger, become stronger

augēscere, augēsco, auxībegin to grow, become greater, grow, increase

aurēscere, aurēscōbecome of the color of gold

bancam ruptam faciōbecome a bankrupt

bellō implicorbecome involved in a war, get embroiled in a war

brūtēscere, brūtēscōbecome brutish, become rough, become unreasonable

brūtīscere, brūtīscōbecome brutish, become rough, become unreasonable

calceōs mūtōbecome a senator

calēscere, calēscō, caluīgrow warm, grow hot, become excited, glow, be inflamed

callēscere, callēscō, callēscībecome dull, become insensible, become blunt

callīscere callīscō, callīscībecome dull, become insensible, become blunt

calvēscere, calvēscōbecome bald, grow up thin, grow up far apart

cancerāscere, cancerāscō, cancerāvībecome cancerous, be afflicted with a cancer, suppurate like a cancer

cancerāre, cancerō, cancerāvīget a cancer, become cancerous

candefierī, candefīo, candefactus sumbecome shiny white, become glowing

candēscere, candēscō, canduībecome of a bright, glittering white, begin to glisten, begin to radiate, begin to glow, grow red hot

cānēscere, cānēscō, cānuīgrow white, whiten, become gray, become hoary, grow old, get feeble

cānīscere, cānīscō, cānuīgrow white, whiten, become gray, become hoary, grow old, get feeble

capite dēminuorbe curtailed in one's civil rights, become a citizen of inferior rights, become a second choice citizen

carbōnēscere, carbōnēscōbecome charcoal

cassēscere, cassēscōrun dry, become empty

cernor aliquā rēbecome distinguished or known in something

cernor in aliquā rēbecome distinguished or known in something

certāmine battuendī Olympia vincōbecome the Olympic gold medalist in fencing

charmidāri, charmidor, charmidātus sumbecome Charmides, rejoice

cīvitātem mūtōbecome a citizen of another state

clārēscere, clārēscō, clāruībecome bright, grow bright, become clear, grow clear, begin to shine, become visible, sound clear, become audible, become manifest, become evident, become obvious, become illustrious, become famous, become renowned

clārus fīobecome famous

coacēscere, coacēscō, coacuībecome acid, become sour, deteriorate, become corrupt

coaegrēscere, coaegrēscōbecome sick at the same time with

coalēscere, coalēscō, coaluī, coalitumgrow together with something, unite, agree together, coalesce, grow firmly, strike root, increase, become strong, grow firm, take root, be consolidated

coārēscere, coārēscō, coāruīdry together, become dry together

cōgnōscere, cōgnōscō, cōgnōvī, cōgnitumbecome thoroughly acquainted with, learn by inquiring, examine, investigate, perceive, see, understand, learn, become acquainted with, recognize, acknowledge, identify, seek or strive to know something, inquire into, reconnoitre, act the part of a scout

cōlescere, cōlescō, cōluīgrow together with something, unite, agree together, coalesce, grow firmly, strike root, increase, become strong, grow firm, take root, be consolidated

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

colliquefierī, colliquefīo, factus sumbecome fluid, liquefy, melt, dissolve

colliquēscere, colliquēscō, collīquībecome fluid, liquefy, melt, dissolve

collūcēscere, collūcēscō, collūxīlighten up, become clear, become intelligible

commadēre, commadeōbecome very soft

commarcēre, commarceōbecome wholly faint, become wholly inactive

commarcēscere, commarcēscō, commarcuībecome completely dull, become completely flabby

computrēscere, computrēscō, computruībecome wholly putrid, putrefy, rot

concalēscere, concalēscō, concaluībecome thoroughly warm, grow thoroughly warm, glow, glow with love

concallēscere, concallēscō, concalluībecome insensible, become obtuse, become shrewd, become practised

conceptiō, conceptiōnis fcomprehending, circuit, compass, collection, reservoir, conception, a becoming pregnant, composing, drawing up of juridical formulas, expression, syllable

conciēns, concientispregnant, full

concrēbrēscere, concrēbrēscō, concrēbruībecome frequent, increase, gather strength

cōnfracēscere, cōnfracēscō, cōnfracuībecome friable, become rotten, wither together, decay together

conglīscere, conglīscōbe kindled up, become illustrious

cōnsānēscere, cōnsānēscō, cōnsānuībecome whole, become sound, be healed

cōnsenēscere, cōnsenēscō, cōnsenuīgrow old together, grow old, become old, become gray, grow old or gray in an occupation, follow an occupation too long, become weak, become infirm, become powerless, waste away, fall into disuse, decay, fade, lose force, lose consideration, lose respect

cōnsequī, cōnsequor, cōnsecūtus sumobtain, acquire, get, attain, reach, become like, equal to a person or thing in any property or quality, attain, come up to, equal, attain to something intellectually or by speech, understand, perceive, learn, know, be equal to, impress fully, do justice to

cōnsilēscere, cōnsilēscō, cōnsilsiluībecome still, to be hushed, keep silent, grow dumb

cōnsistere, cōnsistō, cōnstitīto place one’s self anywhere, stand still, stand, halt, stop, make a stop, set, become hard, become solid, take one’s place, take position, assume a place, assume a attitude for an action, make a halt

cōnsōpīrī, cōnsōpior, cōnsōpītus sumbecome obsolete

cōnsternāri, cōnsternor, cōnsternātus sumbe frightened, become shy

contemperārī, contemperor, contemperātus sumbecome quite the same

contenebrāscere, contenebrāscō, contenebrāvībecome very dark, grow very dark

contenebrēscere, contenebrēscōbecome very dark, grow very dark

conticēscere, conticēscō (conticīscō), conticuībecome still, cease speaking, cease sounding, keep silence, not to speak, become still, become quiet, come to rest, cease, decline, stop, abate

conticīscere, conticīscōbecome still, cease speaking, cease sounding, keep silence, not to speak, become still, become quiet, come to rest, cease, decline, stop, abate

contrīstārī, contrīstor, contrīstātus sumbecome sad, grieve, become depressed

contubernālis, contubernālis mtent-companion, tent-comrade, a young man who, in order to become familiar with military service, attended a general in war, attendant, comrade, companion, mate, husband of a slave

conturbāre, conturbō, conturbāvī, conturbātumdisturb, to disquiet in mind, disquiet in feeling, bring one’s pecuniary affairs into disorder, become bankrupt, bring into pecuniary embarrassment

convalēscere, convalēscō, convaluīrecover from a disease, regain health, grow strong, gain strength, thrive, grow, grow better, become cheaper, receive value, possess value, become valid

convirēscere, convirēscōgrow green, become verdant

coolēscere, coolēscōgrow together with something, unite, agree together, coalesce, grow firmly, strike root, increase, become strong, grow firm, take root, be consolidated

cornēscere, cornēscōbecome like horn, grow horny, turn to horn

corporāscere, corporāscōassume a body, become incarnate

corporātus, corporāta, corporātumcorporeal, embodied, become a body, incarnate

corpus āmittōbecome poor, become lean, fall off the flesh, lose weight, get skinny

corpus faciōbecome fat, thrive, get stout, become obese, become fat, gain weight, put on flesh

corrōborārī, corrōboror, corrōborātus sumbecome stronger, become greater, be grown up

crassificārī, crassificor, crassificātus sumthicken, become dense

crassārī, crassor, crassātus sumdensify, become compressed

crēbēscere, crēbēscō, crēbuī (crēbruī)become frequent, increase, grow strong, spread abroad

crēbrēscere, crēbrēscō, crēbruī (crēbuī)become frequent, increase, grow strong, spread abroad

crēscere, crēscō, crēvī, crētumbe enlarged, be strengthened, rise in distinction, increase in honor, rise in courage, be promoted, be advanced, prosper, become great, attain honor

crēscere, crēscō, crēvī, crētumcome forth, grow, arise, spring, be born, become visible, appear, rise in height, rise, grow, grow up, thrive, increase

crūdēlēscere, crūdēlēscōbecome cruel, become brutal, become violent, become vicious

cuneārī, cuneor, cuneātus sumtaper into a wedge, become wedge-shaped

damnor vōtī (vōtō)have a wish fulfilled, become part of a wish, chieve a wish

dē gradū dēicior, ut diciturbe upset, lose one's composure, lose one's footing, , falter, become unsettled, let one’s self be disconcerted

dēcalēscere, dēcalēscōbecome warm

dēcocere, dēcocō, decoxī, decoctumboil away, boil down, diminish by boiling, diminish, repress, consume, waste, become a bankrupt, waste away, become impaired, decline, boil, cook, concoct, fabricate, invent

dēcoquere, dēcoquō, dēcoxī, dēcoctum (dēcocō, dēquoquō)boil away, boil down, diminish by boiling, diminish, repress, consume, waste, become a bankrupt, waste away, become impaired, decline, boil, cook, concoct, fabricate, invent

dēcrēscere, dēcrēscō, dēcrēvī, dēcrētumgrow less, grow shorter, decrease, wane, decrease, become less, diminish, seem smaller, pass away by diminution, vanish, disappear

dēfatīscī, dēfatīscor, dēfessus sumbecome tired, become wearied, grow weary, grow faint, be exhausted

dēfetīscī, dēfetīscor (dēfatīscor 3), dēfessus sumbecome tired, become wearied, grow weary, grow faint, be exhausted

dēmadēscere, dēmadēscō, dēmaduībecome humid, become moist

dēminuī, dēminuor, dēminūtus sumbe downgraded, be demoted, melt together, decrease, become fewer

dēmūtāre, dēmūtō, dēmūtāvī, dēmūtātumchange one’s mind, change one’s purpose, change, alter, become different, deviate, depart

dēnigrārī, dēnigrorbecome all black

dēnsēscere, dēnsēscōbecome denser

dēpudēscere, dēpudēscōbecome shameless, not to be ashamed

dēpudēre, dēpudet, dēpuduitnot to be ashamed, become shameless

dēquoquere, dēquoquō, dēquoxī, dēquoctumboil away, boil down, diminish by boiling, diminish, repress, consume, waste, become a bankrupt, waste away, become impaired, decline, boil, cook, concoct, fabricate, invent

dērigēscere, dērigēsco, deriguī, -become stiff, become rigid, curdle, congeal

dēsuēscere, dēsuēscō, dēsuēvī, dēsuētum (intr.)become unaccustomed, disaccustom one’s self

dicātiō, dicātiōnisformal declaration of intention to become a citizen, praising

diē iam vesperātōwhen it had already become evening

dīrigēscere, dīrigēscō, dīriguībecome stiff, become rigid, curdle, congeal

dīrigī, dīrigor, dīrēctus sumrun in a straight direction, become straight

in meam tūtēlam veniōcome of age, become of age, become mature, reach the age of majority

īnficī, īnficior, īnfectus sumget infected, become infected

se corrōborāre, me corrōborō, me corrōborāvībecome stronger, become greater, be grown up

mūcēscere, mūcēscobecome mouldy, become musty

mūcōrem contrahōbecome mouldy, become musty

parturīre, parturiō, parturīvīdesire to bring forth, be in travail, be in labor, be big with any thing, be pregnant with any thing, brood over, meditate, purpose, be anxious, be concerned, bring forth, produce, yield, generate, conceive, imagine

rārēscere, rārēscōgrow thin, lose its density, become rare, be rarefied

sēgnēscere, sēgnēscōbecome slow, abate, decrease

siccēscere, siccēscōgrow dry, become dry, dry up

siccāre, siccō, siccāvī, siccātumbecome dry, get dry

silēscere, silēscōbecome still, become silent, become calm

sitū corrumporbecome mouldy, become musty

solidēscere, solidēscōbecome firm, become solid, whole, unite, grow together

sordēscere, sordēscō, sorduībecome dirty, grow filthy, become wild, lie untilled, be mean, be vile

spissēscere, spissēscōbecome thick, thicken, condense

splendēscere, splendēscō, splenduībecome bright, become shining, derive lustre

stupēscere, stupēscō, stupuīgrow astonished, become amazed

subdēficere, subdēficiōbecome more and more feeble, fail somewhat

subhorrēscere, subhorrēscōbecome rough from below, stormy from below, boil up

suēscere, suēscō, suēvī, suētumbecome used, become accustomed, accustom, habituate, train

surdēscere, surdēscōbecome deaf

tenebrāscere, tenebrāscōgrow dark, become dark

tenebrēscere, tenebrēscōgrow dark, become dark

tenebricāre, tenebricō, tenebricāvī, tenebricātumbecome dark

titulum rēgis mihi ascrībōacquire the title of king, become king

torpēscere, torpēscō, torpuīgrow stiff, grow numb, become useless, become torpid, become dull, grow dim, become listles, become inactive, become indolent

torrēscere, torrēscōbecome parched, become burned

tumēscere, tumēscō, tumuībegin to swell, swell up, become swollen, become excited, become violent, become ready to burst forth, be puffed up, are fermenting, are threatening to break out

turgidus, turgida, turgidumswollen, inflated, distended, turgid, inflated, turgid, pregnant

tyrannidem mihi pariō aliquā rērise through something to become a tyrant

ūbi dīlūxitas soon as it had become day, as soon as it was daylight

ubi iam vesperāveratwhen it had already become evening

ūbi illūxitas soon as it had become day, as soon as it was daylight

ūbi lūxitas soon as it had become day, as soon as it was daylight

ulmeus fīobecome an elm, be beaten up, be soundly scourged

umbrēscere, umbrēscōshadow, become shadowy, darken

ūnēscere, ūnēscōunite, to become one

ūnīscere, ūnīscōunite, to become one

ūnitās ex duōbus fīofrom two to become one

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

vacefierī, vacefīo, vacefactus sumbecome empty, be made empty

variāre, variō, variāvī, variātumbe diversified, be variegated, change, alter, waver, vary, become variegated, become colored, be various, be different

vāstēscere, vāstēscōbecome desolate, decay, perish

vehementēscere, vehementēscōbecome violent, become vehement

ventrem ferōbe pregnant

vesperāscere, vesperāscit, vesperāvitbecome evening, grow towards evening

veterātor, veterātōris mone who has grown old, one who has become gray, one who has practised, one who has skilled in any thing, crafty fellow, old fox, sly-boots, an old slave

vigēscere, vigēscōbecome lively, become vigorous, thrive, begin to flourish, begin to bloom

vigōrāre, vigōrō, vigōrāvī, vigōrātumbecome strong, gain strength

vīlem redigor ad assembecome a trivial matter

vīlēscere, vīlēscō, vīluībecome worthless, become bad, become vile

vīlīscere, vīlīscō, vīluībecome worthless, become bad, become vile

vim in aliquem trānsmittōuse force against someone, become violent against someone

vinō relanguēscit animusfrom wine you become effeminate, from the wine one effeminates

virdēscere, virdēscōgrow green, become green

virdicāre, virdicōgrow green, become green

virēscere, virēscō, viruīgrow, become green, become verdant, shoot forth, be developed, flourish, prosper, grow

viridēscere, viridēscōgrow green, become green

vitia praevalidavices that have taken over, vices that have become rampant

vīvēscere, vīvēscō, vīxībecome alive, get life, spring forth, grow lively, grow strong, grow vigorous

vīvīscere, vīvīscō, vīxībecome alive, get life, spring forth, grow lively, grow strong, grow vigorous

vulgārī, vulgor, vulgātus sumbecome common knowledge

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