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Suchergebnis zu
"common":

1. Wörterbuch und Phrasen:

Engl. Fund;

VolltrefferE (max. 100): 18 Ergebnis(se)
Hauptquelle: Lewis and Short
agapētus, agapēta, agapētumcommon, popular, customary, usual

spurcus, spurca, spurcumdirty, unclean, impure, foul, base, low, mean, common

tenuis, tenuefine, thin, rare, slim, lank, slender, weak, little, slight, trifling, poor, mean, fine, nice, delicate, subtle, exact, insignificant, low, inferior, common

trālātīcius, trālātīcia, trālātīciumhanded down, transmitted, preserved by transmission, hereditary, customary, usual, common, metaphorical

trānslātīcius, trānslātīcia, trānslātīciumhanded down, transmitted, preserved by transmission, hereditary, customary, usual, common, , tropical, metaphorical

trānslātīcius, trānslātīcia, trānslātīciumhanded down, transmitted, preserved by transmission, hereditary, customary, usual, common, metaphorical

trītus, trīta, trītumoft-trodden, beaten, frequented, common, practised, expert, used often, used much, familiar, common, commonplace, trite

trivenēfica, trivenēficae fthat may be found everywhere, common, commonplace, vulgar, ordinary, trivial

triviālis, triviālethat may be found everywhere, common, commonplace , vulgar, ordinary, trivial

ūsitātus, ūsitāta, ūsitātumusual, wonted, customary, common, ordinary, accustomed, familiar

ūsuālis, ūsuālethat is for use, fit for use, usual, common, ordinary

vernāculus, vernācula, vernāculumbelonging to homeborn slaves, native, domestic, indigenous, vernacular, natural, common,

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

volgātus, volgāta, volgātumgeneral, ordinary, usual, common, generally, known, notorious, public

vulgāris, vulgārebelonging to the great mass, belonging to the multitude, general, usual, ordinary, every-day, common, commonplace, vulgar

vulgārius, vulgāria, vulgāriumbelonging to the great mass, belonging to the multitude, general, usual, ordinary, every-day, common, commonplace, vulgar

vulgātus, vulgāta, vulgātumgeneral, ordinary, usual, common

vulgātus, vulgāta, vulgātumgeneral, ordinary, usual, common, generally, known, notorious, public

query 1/E (max. 1000): 52 Ergebnis(se)
Hauptquelle: Lewis and Short
accipiter, accipitris mfalcon, common hawk, sparrowhawk, rapacious man

anazētēsis, anazētēsis fcommon comfrey, officinal comfrey

aphaca, aphacae fkind of pulse, field or chick-pea, common dandelion

aphacē, aphacae fkind of pulse, field or chick-pea, common dandelion

asbestos, asbestī mstone of an iron-gray color, found in Arcadia, differing from the common asbestos

asclēpias, asclēpiadis fthe common swallowwort

asphaltion, asphaltiī nkind of clover with long leaves, and of the odor of asphaltum, common bituminous clover

avēna, avēnae fcommon oats, wild oats, barren oats, any stem of grass, any stalk of grain, a straw, shepherd’s pipe, reed-pipe

biōticus, biōtica, biōticumbelonging to common life, used in common life, practical

caligātī, caligātōrum mcommon soldiers, privates

celebrī ūsūaccording to widespread use, in common use

celsus, celsa, celsumraised high, extending upward, high, lofty, elevated above that which is common, great, elevated in rank or station, noble, eminent, haughty, proud, high-spirited

commūnēs locōs volvōrun about in platitudes, hang about in common places, walk among the commonplaces

sēnsus commūniscommon sense

sēnsus, sēnsūs mcommon feelings of humanity, moral sense, taste, discretion, tact

sermō familiāris et cotīdiānuscommon parlance

sermō, sermōnis mspeaking with any one, talking with any one, talk, conversation, discourse, disputation, discussion, speech, language of conversation, common talk, manner of speaking, mode of expression, language, style, diction

sermunculus, sermunculī mcommon talk, tittletattle, report, rumor, little discourse

sociāre, sociō, sociāvī, sociātumjoin together, unite together, associate, to do in common, hold in common, to share a thing with another

sum cum aliquōmake common cause with sb,

sympathīa, sympathīae ffeeling in common, sympathy

tribūlis, tribūlis mone of the same tribe with another, one of the lower classes of the people, a common or poor person

triplicēs Minyēidēsthree common daughters of Mynias

ūna domusshared apartment, common apartment, common home, shared home

ūsitātum estit is something in common use

ūsitātum estit is something in common use, it is common, it is usual

ūsū receptum estit is common, it is commonly used, it is usual

vīlitās nōminumcommon names, despicable names

vīnum cibāriumtable wine, ordinary wine, common wine, everyday wine

vōcem cōnsociōcommunicate orally (with sb, ), make oneself common (with sb, ) by speaking

vulgāriterafter the ordinarymanner, after the common manner, commonly, vulgarly

vulgāre, vulgō, vulgāvī, vulgātummake known to all by words, spread abroad, publish, divulge, make common, mingle, confound, prostitute, name, call

vulgāre, vulgō, vulgāvī, vulgātumspread among the multitude, make general, make common, make universal, put forth to the world, publish, let all share in

vulgārī, vulgor, vulgātus sumbecome common knowledge

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