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ā (dē) Platōne convertō (vertō)translate from Plato

ā (dē) Platōne trānsferōtranslate from Plato

ā (ex, dē) locō aliquō discēdōmove away from a place

ā + Abl.from, away from, out of, down from, since, after, by, at, in, on, from, since, after

ā bellō discēdōmove away from the battlefield

ā bove māiōre discit arāre minoras the old sang, so do the young chirp, from the older ox the younger one learns to plow

ā caligā (perductus)from the ground up

ā certā ratiōne proficīscorassume a fixed principle, start from a firm principle

ā cēterīs abruptuscut from the rest, cut off from the others

ā cēterīs mē sēgregōshut oneself off from the rest of the people

ā complexū suōrum aliquem distrahōremove somebody from the circle of his relatives

ā cōnsiliō dēterreor aliquā rēto be dissuaded from a plan by something

ā conventū mē remōtum teneōstay away from the festive assembly

ā culpā remōtusfree from guilt

ā dēfīnitiōne proficīscorstart from the definition

ā deō ad māteriās āvocōdivert from God to the material

ā diē XX ad diem XXX mēnsis Augustī annō MMXIVfrom 20 to 30 August 2014

ā falsīs prīncipiīs proficīscor, start from wrong principles, proceed from false principles

a fonte repetōderive from the origin, go back to the origin, go back to the source, go back to the beginning

ā forīsfrom outside, from outdoors

a frontefrom the front

ā lectō surgōgetting up from bed, getting out of bed

ā lībertāte dēgenerōbe alienated from freedom

ā locō suō dīmōtusevacuated, removed from his residence

ā longēfrom far away

a māne ūsque ad vesperumfrom morning to evening, from morning till evening, from early till late

ā mānī ad noctemfrom morning till night

ā metū respīrōbreathe again from the fear

ā summō ad īmumfrom the high point to the low point, , from the very top to the very bottom

ā tenerōfrom childhood, from infancy to

ā verticefrom above

ab + Abl.from, away from, out of, down from, since, after, by, at, in, on, from, since, after

ab aspectūs iūdiciō remōtusabstract, withdrawn from sensual judgment

ab īgne īgnemfrom fire fire

ab īmō pectorefrom the deepest bosom, from the deepest heart

ab īnferīs existōresurrect, return to life, return from the underworld

ab initiōfrom the beginning, right from the beginning

ab īnstitūtīs aliquem abdūcōdissuade someone from his principles

ab occidente versusfrom the west

abāctūs hospitum exerceōdrive the cattle away from the guests

abaliēnāre, abaliēnō, abaliēnāvī, abaliēnātummake alien from one, make alien from one’s self, remove, separate, convey the ownership of a thing to another, make a legal transfer, sell, alienate, abstract, estrange, render disaffected

abaliudfrom the other side

abalterutrumfrom each other

abditīvus, abditīva, abditīvumremoved from, separated from

abdūcere, abdūcō, abdūxī, abductumseparate, distinguish, seduce, alienate from fidelity, withdraw, draw off, hinder, bring down, reduce, degrade

abīre, abeō, abiī (abīvī), abitumgo from a place, go away, depart, pass away, elapse, leave off, turn aside, retire from an office, turn out, end, terminate

aberrātiō, aberrātiōnis frelief from something, diversion

aberrāre, aberrō, aberrāvī, aberrātumwander from the way, go astray, wander from, stray from a purpose, deviate from a purpose, divert, forget for a time

abgregāre, abgregōsegregate, separate from the herd

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

abindefrom then on, from this point on, from that time on

abiugāre abiugāre, abiugō, abiugāvī, abiugātumloose from the yoke, remove, separate from

abiungere, abiungō, abiūnxī, abiūnctumunyoke, detach from, remove, separate

ablūdere, ablūdō (ἀπᾴδειν)not to agree with, not to resemble, differ from, be unlike

abnormis, abnormedeviating from a fixed rule, departing from a fixed rule, irregular, abnormal

abrogāre, abrogō, abrogāvī, abrogātumannul in all its parts a law, repeal, abrogate wholly, invalidate, take it from one, recall it, take away, deprive of

abruptus, abrupta, abruptumbroken off from, separated, inaccessible, difficult of access, precipitous, steep, broken, disconnected, abrupt, stubborn

abs + Abl.from, away from, out of, down from, since, after, by, at, in, on, from, since, after

abscēdere, abscēdō, abscessī, abscessumgo off, go away, depart, march off, retire, disappear, withdraw, be lost from view, recede, retreat, escape, leave off, desist from

abscondere, abscondō, abscondidī, absconditum (abscōnsum)put away, conceal carefully, hide, secrete, make invisible, cover, put a place out of sight, lose sight of, depart from

absinthiacus, absinthiaca, absinthiacumfrom wormwood, from absinthe

absinthiātus, absinthiāta, absinthiātumfrom wormwood, from absinthe

absistere, absistō, abstitī, abstitumwithdraw from, depart from, go away, cease

absolutorium, absolutoriī nmeans of deliverance from

absolvere, absolvō, absolvī, absolūtumloosen from, make loose, set free, detach, untie, release from, let one off quickly, dismiss by paying, pay off, dismiss, release, absolve from a charge, acquit, declare innocent, bring to a conclusion

absonāns, absonantisdeviating from the right tone, discordant, dissonant, inharmonious, not harmonizing with a thing, not accordant with, unsuitable, incongruous

absonus, absona, absonumdeviating from the right tone, discordant, dissonant, inharmonious, not harmonizing with a thing, not accordant with, unsuitable, incongruous

abstēmius, abstēmia, abstēmiumabstaining from intoxicating drinks, temperate, sober, abstinent, moderate, who is yet fasting, who has not breakfasted

abstinēns, abstinentisabstaining from, abstinent, temperate, unselfish

abstinentia, abstinentiae fabstinence, self-restraint, refraining from, abstinence from food, fasting, starvation

abstinēre, abstineō, abstinuī, abstentumabstain from

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

abstrahere, abstrahō, abstrāxī, abstractumdraw away from, drag away, pull away, withdraw, alienate from, divert

abesse, absum, āfuī, āfutūrus (ἄπειμι)be away from, be absent, be removed from

abūsque + Abl. (= ūsque ab + Abl.)even from, as far as from

acceptīlātiō, acceptīlātiōnis fformal discharging from a debt

accūsātiōne dēsistōrefrain from filing a lawsuit

achātēs, achātae magate, so called from Achates, a river in Sicily, where it was first found

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

ad Āfricānum minimē aspīrōcan by far not compare to the Africanus, far from being able to compare to the Africanus

adimere, adimō, adēmī, ademptumtake away, take anything from, deprive of, snatch away, carry off

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

adolēscentia, adolēscentiae fage of the adulescens, the time between the age of the puer and juvenis, the time from the 15th to the 30th year, time of youth, youth

adserere, adserō, adseruī, adsertumjoin some person or thing to one’s self, declare one (a slave) to be free by laying hands upon him, set free, liberate, declare one to be a slave by laying the hand upon him, claim as a slave, free from, protect, defend, defend against

adsūmptīvus, adsūmptīva, adsūmptīvum taken in addition, which takes the defence of an action from an extraneous cause, assumptive, extrinsic

adterrāneus, adterrānea, adterrāneumbelonging to the earth: fulmina, coming from the earth

adtribūtum, adtribūtī nmoney assigned from the public treasury, predicate, attribute

adulēscentia, adulēscentiae fage of the adulescens, the time between the age of the puer and juvenis, the time from the 15th to the 30th year, time of youth, youth

advectīcius, advectīcia, advectīciumbrought to a place from a distance, foreign

adventīcius, adventīcia, adventīciumthat is present by coming, coming from abroad, foreign, strange, proceeding from the senses, that happens out of course, unusual, extraordinary, that is acquired without one’s own effort, obtained by presents, that pertains to arrival

adverbiālis, adverbiālepertaining to an adverb, adverbial, be used as adverb, derived from adverbs

aeger ex vulnerewounded, suffering from a wound

aeger vulneribuswounded, suffering from wounds

aegrē mē contineō, quīn ...can hardly abstain from

aegrē retinentur, quīn oppidum irrumpantthey can hardly be restrained from entering the city

aemorroicus, aemorroica, aemorroicumhemorrhagic, having hemorrhoids, suffering from hemorrhoids

aequilātātiō, aequilātātiōnis fequal distance of two parallel lines from each other

aera, aerae f (2)era or epoch from which time is reckoned

āeromantīa, āeromantīae fdivination from the state of the air, aëromancy

āeromantis, āeromantis mfortune teller from the air

āēroplanum ab āēriportū āvolatdepart from the airport, take off from the airport

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

aestifluus, aestiflua, aestifluumsurf flowing from the sea

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

affīnis sum culpaebe complicit, share in the blame, not to be far from a debt

āforāsfrom outside, from outdoors

āforīsfrom outside, from outdoors

aggressiōnēs patiorsuffer from attacks

agrāticum, agrāticī nrevenue from land, land tax

agreste amiculum duplexpeasant coat from double stuff

alec, alecis nsediment of a costly fish-sauce, sauce prepared from small fish, fish-pickle, fish-brine

alēx, alēcis csediment of a costly fish-sauce, sauce prepared from small fish, fish-pickle, fish-brine

alica, alicae f (ἄλιξ)kind of grain, spelt, spelt-grits, drink prepared from spelt-grits, , spelt barley, spelt puree, spelt potion

alice, alicis nkind of grain, spelt, spelt-grits, drink prepared from spelt-grits, , spelt barley, spelt puree, spelt potion

alicuī blandīmentīs aliquid ēliciōelicit something from someone with flattery, coax something out of someone with flattery

alicuī dō vacātiōnem alicuius reīgrant someone relief from something

alicuī tergum obvertōturn one's back on someone, turn away from someone

alicuius animum ab aliquā rē abdūcōsway someone from a thought, dissuade someone from an idea

alicum, alicī nkind of grain, spelt, spelt-grits, drink prepared from spelt-grits, spelt barley, spelt puree, spelt potion

alicundefrom somewhere, from somebody, from any thing

aliēnigena, aliēnigenaeforeign, alien, produced from different materials, heterogeneous

aliēnigenus, aliēnigena, aliēnigenumforeign, alien, produced from different materials, heterogeneous

aliēnō inductūfrom external drive, from external impulse,

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

aliēnus, aliēna, aliēnumforeign to, not suited to, unsuitable, incongruous, inadequate, inconsistent, unseasonable, inapposite, different from, averse, hostile, unfriendly, unfavorable to, dangerous, perilous, hurtful

aliēnus, aliēna, aliēnumthat belongs to another person, that belongs to another place, not belonging to one, alien from, not related, not allied, not friendly, inimical, strange

aliī aliundeone from there, the other from there, everyone else from somewhere else

alimentum, alimentī nnourishment, nutriment, food, provisions, aliment, maintenance, support, recompense due to parents from children for their rearing

ālipilārius, ālipilāriī mslave who plucked the hair from the armpits of the bathers

ālipilus, ālipilī mslave who plucked the hair from the armpits of the bathers

aliquem (ē) somnō excitōwake someone from sleep

aliquem (in patriam) restituōlead someone back from exile

aliquem ā mē aliēnōalienate someone, estrange oneself from someone

aliquem ab complexū alicuius abripiōsnatch someone from someone's arms

aliquem ad tempus locō suō moveōsuspend someone from office

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

aliquem artem factitāre vetōput a stop to someone, prevent someone from continuing to do the job,

aliquem dē altissimō dignitātis gradū praecipitōbring someone down from his very high position

aliquem dē dignitātis gradū dēmoveōoust someone from his position

aliquem dē gradū (statū) dēiciōoust someone from his position

aliquem dē gradū dēmoveōoust someone from his position

aliquem dē mātris complexū āvellō atque abstrahōsnatch someone from their mother's arms and carry them off

aliquem dē senātu moveōpush someone out of the Senate, expel someone from the Senate, remove someone from the Senate

aliquem dēterreō, nē...get one away from the fact that he , , , , get one off that he , , ,

aliquem dēterreō, quōminusget one away from the fact that he , , , , get one off that he , , ,

aliquem domum ad mē nōn admittōban someone from one's house

aliquem ē complexū alicuius ēripiōsnatch someone from someone's arms

aliquem ē perīculō ēripiōrescue someone from danger, snatch someone from danger

aliquem ē perīculō servōsave someone from danger, rescue someone from danger

aliquem ex animī sententiā amōlove someone dearly, love someone from the heart

aliquem ex animō amōlove someone dearly, love someone from the heart

aliquem ex cruce dētrahōtake someone from the gallows

aliquem ex hostibus recipiōrescue someone from the hands of the enemies

aliquem ex paupere dīvitem faciōmake someone from a poor man to a rich man

aliquem ex reīs eximōremove someone from the charge list

aliquem gradū dēmoveōoust someone from his position, drive someone out of his position

aliquem gradū depellōoust someone from his position, drive someone out of his position, deprive someone of his advantage

aliquem gradū moveōoust someone from his position, drive someone out of his position

aliquem iacentem ērigōraise someone from his fall

aliquem īgnōminiae causā ab exercitū removeōremove someone disgracefully from the army, dismiss someone disgracefully from the army

aliquem locō dēpellōoust someone from his position, drive someone out of his position, displace someone from his position

aliquem magistrātum dēpōnere cōgōforce someone to resign from office, force someone to abdicate

aliquem perīculō dēmittōfree someone from danger, remove someone from danger

aliquem pōscō causam disserendīdemand to know from someone the point of contention of the negotiation

aliquem rēgnō expellōoust someone from the throne, topple someone from the throne

aliquem rēgnō spoliōoust someone from the throne, topple someone from the throne

aliquem sēpōnō ā domō meābanish someone from one's home

aliquem statū moveōoust someone from his position

aliquid ā cōnsuetūdine sermōnis Latīni aliēnum estsomething deviates from Latin usage

aliquid ab oblīviōne vindicōsnatch something from oblivion

aliquid clam aliquem habeōkeep something secret from someone

aliquid cōgitur ex aliquā rēsomething follows from something, something results from something

aliquid dē meā lībertāte dēminuī nōn patiornot accept any loss of freedom, not to give up any of one's freedom

aliquid ē Graecō in Latīnum (sermōnem) convertō (vertō)translate something from Greek into Latin, transfer something from Greek into Latin

aliquid ē vītā ductum estsomething is taken from life

aliquid ex alicuius animō effluitsomething disappears from someone's memory

aliquid in religiōnem vertōconsider something questionable from a religious point of view

aliquid ipsō cōgnōscō in āctūexperience something directly in reality, get to know something directly from practical experience

aliquid mē aufertsomething takes me off topic, something distracts me from the topic

aliquid oblīviōne dīmittōput something , out of one's mind, erase something from one's memory, drive something out of one's mind

aliquondefrom somewhere

aliter atqueotherwise than, different from what

aliundefrom another place, from another person, from another thing, from a different place, from a different person, from a different thing

aliunde ... aliundefrom one place - from another place

allēc, allēcis n (halēc, hallēc)sediment of a costly fish-sauce, sauce prepared from small fish, fish-pickle, fish-brine

allēctor, allēctōris mone that chooses others into a college, a deputy under the emperors, who collected the taxes in the provinces, chief collector

allex, allēcis csediment of a costly fish-sauce, sauce prepared from small fish, fish-pickle, fish-brine

altānus, altānī msea wind, wind from the sea

altē (altius, altissimē)high, deep, on high, high up, from on high, from above, deeply, profoundly, far, from afar

altisonus, altisona, altisonumhigh-sounding, sounding from on high, high, sublime

altispex, altispĭcislooking down from a height

altitonāns, altitonantisthundering from on high, loud-roaring

altitonus, altitona, altitonumthundering from on high, loud-roaring

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

altus equōhigh from the horse

alvinus, alvina, alvinumsuffering from diarrhoea

amīcitia ā voluptāte discēdere nōn potestfriendship cannot be separated from lust

amīcitia dīcitur ab amandōthe word amity (amicitia) is derived from love (amare)

amicos perīculum celarehide the danger from the friends

amīcum adflīctum nōn āversornot to turn away from the dejected friend

amitīnus, amitīna, amitīnumdescended from a father’s sister

āmittere, āmittō, āmīsī, āmissumsend away from one’s self, dismiss, let go, let fall, drop, lose

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

Ammōniacum, Ammōniacī nresinous gum, which distils from a tree near the temple of Jupiter Ammon

amnis, amnis many broad and deep-flowing, rapid water, stream, torrent, river, rapidly-flowing stream, torrent rushing down from a mountain, any thing flowing, any thing liquid, current

āmodofrom this time forward, henceforth

āmōlīrī, āmōlior, āmōlītus sumremove from a place, move away, carry away, put away, avert, refute, repel

amōmum, amōmī n, (amōmon) (ἄμωμον)an aromatic shrub, from which the Romans prepared a costly, fragrant balsam

amōrem ex animō ēiciōbanish love from one's heart

āmovēre, āmoveō, āmōvī, āmōtumremove from, put away, take away, withdraw, cast off, take with itself

amphisciī, amphisciōrum mthose who give shade from two sides

amplexūs excutiōescape from the loops, shake off the wraps

amplissimō genere nātuscoming from a highly respected family

amygdalinus, amygdalina, amygdalinumof almonds, from almonds, ingrafted on an almond-tree

anadyomenē, anadyomenēs femerging from the sea, an epithet of Venus emerging from the sea, celebrated picture of the painter Apelles

anaphysēma, anaphysēmatis nair (which rises explosively from the depths)

anatolicus, anatolica, anatolicum from the Orient, oriental

ancīle, ancīlis nsmall oval shield, the shield that was said to have fallen from heaven in the reign of Numa

ancipitibus locīs premorbeing harassed from the front and from behind

anēthinus, anēthina, anēthinumprepared from dill

angulātimfrom corner to corner, from angle to angle

anhēlus, anhēla, anhēlumout of breath, panting, puffing, attended with short breath, who suffers from shortness of breath, causing to pant

anima, animae fair, current of air, breeze, wind, air inhaled and exhaled, breath, breath of air, vital principle, breath of life, life, creature endowed with soul, living being, soul separated from the body, shade of the Lower World, rational soul of man

animadversiō cēnsōriarebuke from the censor

animal mōtū ciētur interiōrea living being is set in motion from within

animī cōnscientiā excruciorbe tormented by remorse, suffer from remorse

animitusfrom the heart, with pleasure

animum ā voluptāte sēvocōwithdraw the mind from pleasure, deny oneself pleasure

animum alicuius ab īrācundiā revocōrestrain someone from anger

animus meminisse horretrecoil from memory

animus recordārī horretrecoil from memory

anōmalos, anōmalondeviating from the general rule, irregular, anomalous

anōmalus, anōmala, anōmalumdeviating from the general rule, irregular, anomalous

antepaenultima, antepaenultimae fthird syllable from the end

antepaenultimus, antepaenultima, antepaenultimumpertaining to the third syllable from the end, antepenultimate

antepēnultimus, antepēnultima, antepēnultimumpertaining to the third syllable from the end, antepenultimate

anthinus, anthina, anthinumgathered from flowers

antīquēin former times, of old, anciently, from ancient times, in the old way, in the old style, in the old fashion

antīquitusin former times, of old, anciently, from ancient times, in the old way, in the old style, in the old fashion

antīquō genere nātusfrom an old family (born)

antiscia, antisciōrum nplaces equidistant from four main points

antisciī, antisciōrum mpeople on the other side of the equator, whose shadows are cast in the opposite direction from ours

ānulāre, ānulāris nwhite color prepared from chalk, mixed with glass beads, such as were worn in rings

apathīa, apathīae f Akk. Sgl. apathīān)passionlessness, freedom from passion or feeling, insensibility, Stoic principle of morals

apertīs, ut āiunt, tībiīsfrom all the holes, with a loud voice, lock, stock and barrel

apogēus, apogēa, apogēumthat comes from the land

apolactizāre, apolactizōthrust from one with the foot, spurn, scorn

apolectus, apolectī fkind of tunny-fish when not a year old, piece for salting, cut from the tunnyfish

apostasia, apostasiae fdeparture from one’s religion, apostasy

apostatātiō, apostatātiōnis fapostasy from the faith, apostasy

apostatātus, apostatātūs mapostasy from the faith, apostasy

apostropha, apostrophae fturning away, rhetorical figure, when the speaker turns from his hearers, and addresses some other person or thing, apostrophe

apostropha, apostrophae fturning away, rhetorical figure, when the speaker turns from his hearers, and addresses some other person or thing, apostrophe

apostrophē, apostrophēs fturning away, rhetorical figure, when the speaker turns from his hearers, and addresses some other person or thing, apostrophe

aps + Abl.from, away from, out of, down from, since, after, by, at, in, on, from, since, after

aqua cisternīnawater from the cistern

aquam a pūmice pōstulōask someone to do something impossible, demand something impossible from someone

aquam et īgnem petōdemand submission from the enemy

aquam ex flūmine dērīvōdrain water from the river

Aquīnum, Aquīnī ntown in Latium, not far from Casinum

arbitriī lībertāsfreedom of choice

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

arcēre mīlitēs (ā) fugākeep the soldiers from fleeing

ārēns, ārentisdry, arid, parched, languishing or fainting from thirst, thirsty

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

Argentorātēnsis, Argentorātēnsefrom Strasbourg

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 ā māiōrī ad minuseven-more-conclusion from the greater to the lesser

argūmentum ā minōrī ad māiuseven-more-conclusion from the lesser to the greater

argūmentum dūcō ex aliquā rēgain a proof from something

argūmentum ē contrāriōconclusion from the opposite, reverse conclusion

argūmentum petō ab aliquā rēderive a proof from something

argūmentum sūmō ex aliquā rēget proof from where

arietīnus, arietīna, arietīnumfrom a ram, ram’s-, similar to a ram’s head

asserere, asserō (adserō), asseruī, assertumjoin some person or thing to one’s self, declare one (a slave) to be free by laying hands upon him, set free, liberate, declare one to be a slave by laying the hand upon him, claim as a slave, free from, protect, defend, defend against

assūmptīvus, assūmptīva, assūmptīvum (adsūmptīvus)taken in addition, which takes the defence of an action from an extraneous cause, assumptive, extrinsic

atterrāneus, atterrānea, atterrāneum (adterrāneus)belonging to the earth: fulmina, coming from the earth

attribūtum, attribūtī nmoney assigned from the public treasury, predicate, attribute

biumbrēs, biumbrium mthose who give shade from two sides

currū volvorroll from car

dē cruce dēpōnōtake off the cross, remove from cross

dēgener, dēgeneristhat departs from its race or kind, degenerate, not genuine, mentally or morally degenerate, ignoble, base

dēgenerēs hūmānī rītūsalienated from all human customs

dēgenerāre, dēgenerō, dēgenerāvi, dēgenerātumdepart from its race or kind, degenerate

dextram partem operis administrōget the right side of the work, attack from the right side, conduct the siege on the right side

ē vīcīnōfrom the neighborhood, from near

et adversus et āversusfrom the front and from behind

ex adversōfrom the front, opposite

ex aliō atque aliō subortūalways from a fresh source

ex animōfrom the heart, from the bottom of one’s heart, deeply, truly, sincerely

ex īmō verrō arēnāsdigging up sand from the depths (of the sea)

ex triviōout of the street, from the mob

ex unguiculīs (= ἐξ ὀνύχων)from the very finger-tips, through and through

halēc, halēcis nsediment of a costly fish-sauce, sauce prepared from small fish, fish-pickle, fish-brine

hallēc, hallēcis nsediment of a costly fish-sauce, sauce prepared from small fish, fish-pickle, fish-brine

haud longē abesse potestit can't be far from here

īconicus, īconica, īconicumbelonging to an image, imitating a figure, copied from life

iūstitium, iūstitiī ncessation from business in the courts of justice, legal vacation, cessation of public business, public mourning, suspension of business for mourning

male tussiōsuffer violently from a bad cough

sē abiungere, mē abiungō, mē abiūnxīkeep away, stay away, abstain from

multō māiōris alapae mēcum vēneunt (alapa als Zeichen der Freilassung)with me freedom is much more dearly purchased

ōrāculum arietīnumambiguous oracle (the figure taken from the divergent horns of a ram)

pānis sītaniusbread made from summer wheat

pennās vertōturn away from something / someone

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

puerum dēpōnōput the boy down from the back, take the boy from the back

quiēscere, quiēscō, quiēvī, quiētumrest, repose, keep quiet, keep calm, remain neutral, abstain from action, sleep, lie still, be still, be quiet, be silent, suffer quietly, allow quietly, peaceably permit, cease, leave off, desist from, cause to cease, render quiet, stop

saxigenus, saxigena, saxigenumborn from stone

saxigenus, saxigena, saxigenumsprung from stone

scintillae ab ōre absistuntsparks fly from the eyes

sēcēdere, sēcēdō, sēcessī, sēcessumgo apart, go aside, go away, separate, withdraw, remove, withdraw, retire, revolt, dissent from the opinion

sēcūritās, sēcūritātis ffreedom from care, unconcern, composure

sēcūritās, sēcūritātis ffreedom from danger, safety, security

sēcūrus, sēcūra, sēcūrumfree from care, careless, unconcerned, untroubled, fearless, quiet, easy, composed

sēgregāre, sēgregō, sēgregāvī, sēgregātumset apart, separate from the flock, lay aside, put away, separate, remove, segregate

sentīnāre, sentīnōpump out the bilge water from a ship, be in difficulty, be in danger

sēpōnere, sēpōnō, sēposuī, sēpositumsend into banishment, banish, exile, lay apart, lay aside, put by, separate, pick out, select, lay aside, set aside, set apart, assign, appropriate, reserve, remove, take away from others, exclude, select

septima hōrafrom noon to 1 p, m

sequestrāre, sequestrō, sequestrāvī, sequestrātumgive up for safekeeping, surrender, remove, separate from any thing

sēsaminus, sēsamina, sēsaminumof sesame, made from sesame

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

siccitās, siccitātis fdryness, siccity, freedom from gross humor, jejuneness, want of ornament

sīcundeif from anywhere

silentium, silentiī na being still, a being silent, noiselessness, stillness, silence, quietness, freedom from disturbance, faultlessness, perfectness, standstill, cessation, repose, inaction, tranquillity

sīphunculus, sīphunculī mlittle pipe from which water springs forth

sīpunculus, sīpunculī mlittle pipe from which water springs forth

solistimum tripudiumthe most favorable omen, when the chickens ate so greedily that the corn fell from their bills to the ground

günstiges Vorzeichen (Augurensprache)the most favorable omen, when the chickens ate so greedily that the corn fell from their bills to the ground

somnō excutiorbe awakened from sleep

somnō experrēctus sumbe awake from sleep

sortilegus, sortilegī mfortune-teller, soothsayer, diviner by lots, diviner from oracles

sōtēria, sōtēriōrum na festive entertainment given on a person’s recovery from illness or escape from danger; presents given on such an occasion, a congratulatory poem on such an occasion

spolia, spoliōrum nthe arms or armor stripped from a defeated enemy, booty, prey, spoil, arms

statāria, statāriae fkind of comedy, so called from the quiet acting of the performers

stēllātūra, stēllātūrae fdeduction from the soldiers’ rations granted to the military tribunes

stercorāre, stercorō, stercorāvī, stercorātumdung, manure with dung, muck, cleanse from dung

stīlicidium, stīlicidiī nliquid which falls drop by drop, a dripping moisture, stillicide, falling rain, rain-water falling from the eaves of houses

stīllicidium, stīllicidiī nliquid which falls drop by drop, a dripping moisture, stillicide, falling rain, rain-water falling from the eaves of houses

styracinus, styracina, styracinum made from storax

subcrēscere, subcrēscō, subcrēvī, subcrētumgrow under, grow from under, grow up

subdūcere, subdūcō, subdūxī, subductumdraw from under, draw from below, draw up, pull up, lift up, raise, haul up, draw away from among, take away, lead away, carry off, purge, evacuate, take in, furl

subērigere, subērigō, subērēxī, subērēctumraise up from below

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

subiectāre, subiectōlay under, place under, put under, throw out from below

subigere, subigō, subēgī, subāctumbring under, get under, bring up, get up, bring up to any place, turn up from beneath, break up, dig up, plough, cultivate, work, knead, rub down, sharpen, whet, tame, break, put down, overcome, conquer, subjugate, subject, subdue

subindeimmediately after, just after, presently, forthwith, thereupon, one after the other, from time to time, now and then, repeatedly, frequently, continually

sublavāre, sublavōwash from beneath

sublegere, sublegō, sublēgī, sublēctumgather from below, gather for underneath, search for underneath, to gather up, catch up secretly, catch up by stealth, kidnap, overhear, choose in the place of another, elect in the place of another, substitute

sublevāre, sublevō, sublevāvī, sublevātumlift up from beneath, raise up, hold up, support, sustain, support, assist, encourage, console, lighten, qualify, alleviate, mitigate, lessen an evil, assuage

submittere, submittō, submīsī, submissumset under, put under, place under, place below, send forth below, put forth below, put from below, cause to spring forth, send up, produce, raise, bring up, rear, raise, let grow, not kill, not cut off

subsolāneus, subsolānea, subsolāneumunderground, from under the earth

subtrahere, subtrahō, subtrāxī, subtractumdraw away from underneath, draw away by stealth, draw off, carry off, withdraw, take away, remove, omit, not mention

subūstiō, subūstiōnis fheating from below

subvehere, subvehō, subvēxī, subvectumbring up from below, bring, carry, convey, conduct to a place, bring up stream, carry up stream

succēdere, succēdō, successī, successumgo below, go under, enter, come under, go from under, go up, mount, ascend, submit to any thing, march on, advance, march up to, approach, follow, follow after, take the place of, relieve, come into the place of, succeed, succeed to, receive by succession, come next

succendere, succendō, succendī, succēnsumkindle from below, set on fire from below, inflame, redden

successōrem accipiōbe removed from office

successōrem alicuī dō (mittō)remove from office, depose somebody from his post

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

succingere, succingō, succīnxī, succīnctumgird below, gird from below, tuck up, gird, gird about, girdle, surround, furnish, provide, equip, fit out

succrēscere, succrēscō, succrēvī, succrētumgrow under, grow from under, grow up

succutere, succutiō, succussī, succussumfling up from below, fling aloft, toss up

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

suffervefacere, suffervefaciōheat from below,warm from below

suffugere, suffugiō, suffūgī, suffugitumflee away, flee from, shun, avoid, escape

suffūmigātiō, suffūmigātiōnis ffumigating from below

suffūmigāre, suffūmigōfumigate from below, suffumigate

suīs annuentibuson the cue from his men, on the hint of his men

summiterfrom above

submittō (summittō), submīsī, submissum, submittereset under, put under, place under, place below, send forth below, put forth below, put from below, cause to spring forth, send up, produce, raise, bring up, rear, raise, let grow, not kill, not cut off, put in the place of, substitute for

superforāre, superforōbore from above

superincidere, superincidō (zu cadere)fall from above, fall down

superurgēre, superurgeōpress from above

supprimere, supprimō, suppressī, suppressumpress down, press under, send to the bottom, hold back, keep back, check, stop, put a stop to, detain, restrain, suppress, keep from publicity, keep to one’s self, keep back, conceal

sursumfrom below, up, upwards, on high, high up, above

sursusfrom below, up, upwards, on high, high up, above

susceptor, susceptōris mone who undertakes any thing, undertaker, contractor, receiver, collector of taxes, one who takes into his house thieves, gamesters, etc, , receiver, gaming-house keeper, guardian, protector

sūsinātus, sūsināta, sūsinātummade from lilies

sūsinus, sūsina, sūsinummade from lilies

suspīciōne mē exsolvōdivert suspicion from oneself, allay suspicion of oneself

suspīciōnem ā mē dēpellōavert suspicion from oneself

suspīciōnem ā mē prōpulsōavert suspicion from oneself

suspīciōnem ā mē removeōdivert suspicion from oneself

suspīciōnem āmoveō ab aliquōexonerate from suspicion, divert suspicion from someone

suspīciōnem āvertō ab aliquōexonerate someone from suspicion, clear someone of suspicion, divert suspicion from someone

suspīciōnem ex animō dēleōremove the suspicion from his heart, tear the suspicion from his heart

suspīciōnem ex animō ēvellōremove the suspicion from his heart, tear the suspicion from his heart

suspīciōnem removeō ab aliquōexonerate someone from suspicion, clear someone of suspicion

syllogismus, syllogismī mform of reasoning in which a conclusion is drawn from two premises, syllogism

taurigenus, taurigena, taurigenumbegotten by a bull, proceeding from a bull

tēlinum, tēlinī ncostly ointment prepared from the herb telis

temperāre, temperō, temperāvī, temperātumobserve proper measure, moderate one’s self, restrain one’s self, forbear, abstain, be moderate, be temperate, abstain from, refrain from, spare, be indulgent to any thing

termes, termitis mbough cut off from the olive-tree

terrēre, terreō, terrui, territumfrighten, affright, put in fear, put in dread, alarm, terrify, drive away by terror, frighten away, scare away, deter by terror, scare, frighten from

terrigena, terrigena cborn of the earth, born from the earth, earth-born

terrigenus, terrigena, terrigenumborn of the earth, born from the earth, earth-born

thyius, thyia, thyiumfrom the wood of the citrus-tree

timor externī hostisfear of an enemy from abroad, xenophobia, fear of an external enemy

timor externusfear of an enemy from abroad, xenophobia, fear of an external enemy

timor peregrīnusfear of an enemy from abroad, xenophobia, fear of an external enemy

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

torminibus labōrōhave stomach ache, suffer from stomach ache

torminōsus, torminōsa, torminōsumsubject to the gripes, suffering from colic

tōtā mentewith all my heart, from the bottom of my heart, with full fervour

tōtō pectorewith all my heart, from the bottom of my heart

trāditiō suprēmōrumReport from the end

trāditiō, trāditiōnis fgiving up, delivering up, surrender, teaching, instruction, saying handed down from former times, tradition

trāductīvus, trāductīva, trāductīvumresulting from transfer

tragophacoptisana, tragophacoptisanae fptisans from wheat groats and lentil flour

tragoptisana, tragoptisanae fptisans from wheat groats

trāgulārius, trāgulāriī msoldier who placed the tragulae to be discharged from an engine

trāiectū interclūdorbe prevented from crossing

trālātiō, trālātiōnis fcarrying from one place to another, removing from one place to another, transporting, transferring, transplanting, ingrafting, pouring out into another vessel, shifling off, translation into another language, trope, metaphor, transposition, metathesis

trāmigrāre, trāmigrō, trāmigrāvī, trāmigrātumremove from one place to another, migrate, transmigrate, be removed, be transplanted, be removed, be colonized

trānsflūminālis,trānsflūminālecoming from beyond the river

trānsfundere, trānsfundō, trānsfūdī, trānsfūsumpour out from one vessel into another, pour off, decant, transfuse

trānsitū arceō aliquemprevent someone from passing through

trānsitū prohibeō aliqueprevent someone from passing through

trānslātiō, trānslātiōnis fcarrying from one place to another, removing from one place to another, transporting, transferring, transplanting, ingrafting, pouring out into another vessel, shifling off, translation into another language, trope, metaphor, transposition, metathesis

trānslīmitānus, trānslīmitāna, trānslīmitānumfrom beyond the frontier

trānsmarīnus, trānsmarīna, trānsmarīnumbeyond sea, coming from beyond sea, transmarine

trānsmigrātiō, trānsmigrātiōnis fremoving from one country to another, transmigration

trānsmigrāre, trānsmigrō, trānsmigrāvī, trānsmigrātumremove from one place to another, migrate, transmigrate

trānsmittere, trānsmittō, trānsmīsī, trānsmissumsend across, carry across, convey across, send over, carry over, convey over, send through, carry through, convey through, send off, despatch, transmit from one place or person to another

trānsmovēre, trānsmoveō, trānsmōvī, trānsmōtumremove from one place to another, transfer

trānsportāre, trānsportō, trānsportāvī, trānsportātumcarry over, across, carry from one place to another, convey from one place to another, remove, transport

trānssūmere, trānssūmōtake from one to another, adopt, assume

trānsūmere, trānsūmōtake from one to another, adopt, assume

trānsvena, trānsvenae mone who comes over from another place, newcomer, stranger, foreigner

trānsvenīre, trānsveniōcome from another place

trānsversum agō aliquemlead someone astray from the right path, seduce someone

triāriī, triāriōrum mthe triarii, a class of Roman soldiers who formed the third rank from the front

tribū aliquem moveōeject from the Tribus

tribū moveōeject from the Tribus

tribūta alicuī imperōorder someone to pay taxes, order someone to pay duties

tribūta alicuī impōnōimpose taxes on someone, levy taxes on someone

tribūta pendōpay taxes

tribūtīs premōburden with duties, burden with charges, burden with fees, burden with taxes

= slave, from whom with the beating three times the skin was pulled off

tropaeus, tropaea, tropaeumturning back, returning, blowing from the sea towards the land

trōssulī, trōssulōrum mname given to the Roman cavalry, from Trossulum, a town of Etruria, name used in contempt for fops, coxcombs

trunculus, trunculī msmall piece cut off from the body, bit, tip

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

tuērī aliquem ā perīculōprotect someone from danger, protect somebody against danger

turba undique cōnfluentis flūctuantisque populīthe hustle and bustle of the crowd coming together from all sides and swaying back and forth

turpī honestum sēcernōdistinguish the honorable from the shameful

tūtus ā perīculōsafe from danger, secure from danger

typicī, typicōrum mpeople suffering from changeable fever, people suffering from malaria

ultimum in lībertāteunbridled freedom, most unrestrained freedom

ultrō istum ā mēaway with this person!, away with this guy!, away with this!, get this man away from me!

ultrō istum ā mēaway with this person!, away with this guy!, away with this!, get this man away from me!

umbrae ex hostibus, frightening images, which emanate from the enemies

undefrom which place, whence, from whom, from which, on whose side

unde (hinc) efficitur, ut ...it follows from this that

unde audierim, oblītus sumhave forgotten who I heard it from

unde domō?from what country?

unde gentiumfrom where in the world

unde in omnēs partēs circumspectus estfrom where you can look out in all directions

unde unde ( = undecumque)from wherever, whencesoever, from whatever quarter

undecumque (undecunque)from wherever, whencesoever, from what place soever

undecundefrom all sides, on all sides

undelibetwhence you will, whencesoever, from any place whatever, from anywhere, from whatever quarter

undeundefrom wherever, whencesoever, from whatever quarter

undiquefrom all parts, from all sides, from all places, from every quarter, on all sides, on every part, everywhere, utterly, entirely, completely, in all respects

undique auxilia contrahōdraw together armed forces from everywhere

undique circumfūsae molestiaethe harassment that comes from all sides

undique collēctī coeuntflow together closed from all sides

undique concurrōflow together from everywhere

undique premorbe pressed from all sides

undique urgeorbe pressed from all sides

ūnitās ex duōbus fīofrom two to become one

ūnus dē multīsone from the crowd, one from many, one from the big bunch

urbem in lībertātem eximōset the city in freedom

ūrceātim pluitit pours like from cans, it rains very strongly

ūsque ab unguiculō ad capillum summumfrom the head to the toe

ūsū cōgnitum habēmusknow from experience, know by experience

ūsū hominum aliquem prohibeōexclude from intercourse with others

ūsū receptusknow from experience, know by experience

ūsūrpātā statim lībertātein the first enjoyment of freedom

ut alia omittamto leave aside other things, apart from other, among others

ut praetermittam + aci.apart from the fact that, except that

utrimque (utrinque)from both sides, from both parts, on both sides, on both parts, on the one side and on the other

utrindefrom both sides, on both sides

utrindefrom both sides, on both sides

utrinquefrom both sides, from both parts, on both sides, on both parts, on the one side and on the other

uxōrem prōpulsōreject the wife from the door, turn away a marriage

uxōrem repudiōseparate from his wife, part with his wife

uxōrem suās rēs sibi habēre iubeōdivorce his wife, divorce from his wife

vacāre (ā) culpābe free from guilt

vacātiō ab administrātiōne bellīexemption from military service

vacātiō mūnerisexemption from taxes, exemption from charges

vacātiō, vacātiōnis ffreedom, exemption, immunity, freeing, exempting, dispensation

vaccīnus, vaccīna, vaccīnumfrom cows

vacīvus labōrisfree from work, unemployed

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

vacuitās ab angōribusfreedom from fears

vacuitās dolōrisfreedom from pain, painlessness

vacuitās, vacuitātis fempty space, vacancy, vacuity, being without, freedom, absence, exemption from any thing, vacancy in an office

vacuitās, vacuitātis fempty space, vacancy, vacuity, being without, freedom, absence, exemption from any thing, vacancy in an office

variārī, varior, variātus sumdiffer from each other, be divided

vectīgal ex scrīptūrāincome from pasture money, drift money, drift interest

vectīgālia acerbē exigōcollect taxes with hardness

vectīgālia alicuī impōnōimpose taxes on someone

vectīgālia augeōincrease taxes, raise taxes

vectīgālia certissimataxes received with complete security

vectīgālia exigōcollect taxes

vectīgālia pendōpay taxes, pay indirect taxes

vectīgālia redimōtake the taxes in lease

vectīgālia temperōreduce the taxes

vectīgāliārius, vectīgāliāriiī mcollector of taxes, receiver of taxes, tax collector

vectīgālis, vectīgālebelonging to imposts, belonging to taxes, paying tribute, subject to imposts, tributary, belonging to the revenue, that brings in revenue, that brings in income

vellereus, vellerea, vellereumfrom wool, want

vēnālicium, vēnāliciī ntaxes on sales

vēnātū alorlive from hunting, eating game meat

veniam dōexempt from punishment

veniō ab aliquōdescend from someone

ventī a marī spīrantwinds blow from the sea

ventigenus, ventigena, ventigenumborn from wind, wind born

ventō vīvōlive from the air, live from the wind, live from nothing

ventriloquus, ventriloquī mone who speaks from his belly, ventriloquist

ventus ab ortū sōlis flatthe wind blows from the east

ventus adversum tenet Athēnīs proficīscentibusthose departing from Athens have headwinds

vēra ā falsīs dīiūdicōdistinguish true from false

vēra et falsa dīiūdicōdistinguish true from false

verbīcīna, verbīcīnae fmeat from wether, meat from mutton, mutton meat

verbum dūcō ab... (dē...)derive a word from

verēcundor in pūblicum prōdīreshy away from appearing in public

verēcundum est mihito shy away from doing, not to do because of shyness

vergiliocentō, vergiliocentōnis mpoem made up of scraps from Vergil

vermigerātus, vermigerāta, vermigerātumsuffering from worms

vertīcinārī, vertīcinorI feel dizzy, suffer from vertigo

verticōsus, verticōsa, verticōsumone who suffers from giddiness, one who suffers from, vertiginous

vertīginārī, vertīginorI feel dizzy, suffer from vertigo

vertīginōsus, vertīginōsa, vertīginōsumone who suffers from giddiness, one who suffers from vertigo, , vertiginous

vestem umerīs abscindōtear the robe from the shoulders

vetāre, vetō, vetuī, vetitumnot suffer a thing to take place, not permit, advise against, oppose, forbid, prohibit a thing, not permit one to do a thing, prevent from doing, hinder from doing, not grant, forbid a thing

vetuāre, vetuōnot suffer a thing to take place, not permit, advise against, oppose, forbid, prohibit a thing, not permit one to do a thing, prevent from doing, hinder from doing, not grant, forbid a thing

vetus atque ūsitātuscustomary from time immemorial

viā errōgo astray, stray from the right path

vīcātimfrom street to street, through the streets, from village to village, through the villages, in hamlets

victor ex certāmine abeōemerge victorious from the battle, leave the fight as a winner

victor proeliō discēdōemerge victorious from the battle

victor pūgnā discēdōemerge victorious from the battle

victōriam ā dīs expōscōimplore victory from the gods, beg the gods for victory

vīlissimē nātusfrom very low origin

vīna merce Syrā reparōexchange wine for goods from Syria

vindex iniūriaeprotector from wrong

vindiciās dō secundum lībertātemdeclare free, pass a judgment on freedom

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

vīnolentia, vīnolentiae fintoxication from wine, drunkenness, gluttony, tendency to drink wine

vīnolentiēs, vīnolentiēī fintoxication from wine, , drunkenness, gluttony, tendency to drink wine

vīnulentia, vīnulentiae fintoxication from wine, , drunkenness, gluttony, tendency to drink wine

vīnulentiēs, vīnulentiēī fintoxication from wine, , drunkenness, gluttony, tendency to drink wine

vīnum dē dōliō hauriōget wine from the barrel, take wine from the barrel

vīnum dōliō prōmōget wine from the barrel

vīnum liquoclarify the wine, draw the wine from the lees

virtūs splendet per sēsēvirtue radiates from itself

vīs aurea de humano corpore cessit in amnemthe gold power transferred from the human body to the river

vīscellum, vīscellī nfiller from meat, stuffing from meat

vītā ā negōtiīs pūblicīs remōtawithdrawal from the public, retreat from the public

vītā cēdōdepart from life, die

vītā dēfungīdepart from life, die

vītā dēfungordepart from life, die

vītā excēdōdepart from life, die

vītā ōtiōsawithdrawal from the public, retreat from the public

vix aliquem cohibeō, quōminus ... .+ Konj.barely restraining somebody from

vix mē contineō, quīn lacrimemcan hardly refrain from tears, can hardly contain the tears

vix mihi temperō, quīn lacrimemcan hardly refrain from tears, can hardly contain the tears

vix teneor, quīn dīcamcan hardly stop myself from saying

volāticus, volātica, volāticumflying, winged, fleeting, flighty, volatile, inconstant, transitory, fickle, turning from one to another

volātilis, volātileflying, winged, swift, rapid, fleeting, transitory, changing from one part to another

voluntātem alicuius ā mē abaliēnōalienate someone, estrange oneself from someone

vorticōsus, vorticōsa, vorticōsumone who suffers from giddiness, one who suffers from, vertiginous

xylinus, xylina, xylinumfrom tree, from wood, wooden

zōpissa, zōpissae fpitch mixed with wax, which was scraped off from ships

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