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Wörterbuch Latein <-> Deutsch (Englisch) --- Bestimmung lateinischer Wortformen
(18) "%moveo" zeigt neben Wendungen alle Composita zu "moveo"

   
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
"is":

1. Wörterbuch und Phrasen:

Lat. Fund; Deut. Fund; Engl. Fund;




query 1/L (max. 1000): 35 Ergebnis(se)
Wortsuche bei PerseusWortsuche im lateinisch - deutschen Georges bei Zeno.orgdurator, is mdūrātor, dūrātōris mAbhärter
Wortsuche in Lewis and ShortWort- und Formsuche bei Van der GuchtWortsuche bei latein.me
Wortsuche bei PerseusWortsuche im lateinisch - deutschen Georges bei Zeno.orglinteator, is mlinteātor, linteātōris mLeinweber
(= λυνόϋφος)
Wortsuche in Lewis and ShortWort- und Formsuche bei Van der GuchtWortsuche bei latein.me
Wortsuche bei PerseusWortsuche im lateinisch - deutschen Georges bei Zeno.orgorexis, is f orexis, is f (Akk. Sgl. orexim, orexin)Verlangen
(ὄρεξις)
Wortsuche in Lewis and ShortWort- und Formsuche bei Van der GuchtWortsuche bei latein.me
Wortsuche bei PerseusWortsuche im lateinisch - deutschen Georges bei Zeno.orgecce isecce issieh da, der
(umgangssprachlich gebräuchlich: ecca, eccam, eccum, eccos)
Wortsuche in Lewis and ShortWort- und Formsuche bei Van der GuchtWortsuche bei latein.me
  is, quem fortuna complexa estis, quem fortūna complexa estein Schoßkind des Glücks (Glückskind)
   
  mens cuiusque is est quisquemēns cuiusque is est quisquedie Denkart eines jeden ist sein Ich
   
  aegre is dies sustentaturaegrē is diēs sustentāturkaum übersteht man diesen Tag
you barely get through this day
   
  genitivus casus in is syllaba terminaturgenitīvus cāsus in is syllabā termināturder Genitiv endet auf die Silbe is
   
  is (ea), cuius dies natalis celebraturis (ea), cuius diēs nātālis celebrāturGeburtstagskind
   
  is locus restagnatis locus restāgnatdieser Ort bildet einen See
   
    dieser Ort steht unter Wasser
   
  is, qui liberavitis, quī līberāvitFreiheitsstifter
founder of freedom, liberator
   
  is, qui sanandus estis, quī sānandus estPatient
   
    Patient
   
  late is locus restagnatlātē is locus restāgnatdieser Ort ist weithin überflutet
   
  is, cui debeois, cuī dēbeōmein Gläubiger
   
  is, qui debetis, quī dēbetSchuldner
   
  is, qui proximus assidetis, quī proximus assidetTischnachbar
   
  non caret is, qui non desideratnōn caret is, quī nōn dēsīderatderjenige entbehrt nichts, der nichts vermisst
(sprichwörtl.)
   
    nicht verzichtet, wer nicht vermisst
(sprichwörtl.)
   
  is, qui petitis, quī petitBittsteller
   
  atque isatque isund das
   
    und noch dazu
   
    und zwar
   
  et iset isund das
   
    und noch dazu
   
    und zwar
   
  is, ea, id | eius | ei ei | eum, eam, id | eo, ea, eo | ii ei, i, eae, ea | eorum, earum, eorum, iis eis, is | eos, eas, ea | eis iis, isis, ea, id | eius | ei (eī) | eum, eam, id | eō, eā, eō | iī (eī, ī), eae, ea | eōrum, eārum, eōrum | eīs (iīs, īs) | eōs, eās, ea | eīs (iīs, īs)derjenige, diejenige, dasjenige (vor Relativpron.)
   
    dieser, diese, dieses (er, sie, es)
   
    so beschaffen (vor Konsekutivsatz)
   
  nec isnec isund zwar nicht
   
  is aliquis, id aliquidis aliquis, id aliquiddieser jemand, dieses etwas
   
  estne ipsus? certe is est! Is est profecto!estne ipsus? certē is est! Is est profectō!ist er es selbst? Gewiss er ist es! Er ist es in der Tat!
   
  is, per quem res maxime gerituris, per quem rēs māximē geriturHauptperson
(der Handlung)
   
    Mittelpunkt
(der Handlung)
   
query 1/Q: obliquer Gebrauch von is (max. 1000): 59 Ergebnis(se)
  ad eorum numerumad eōrum numerumin gleicher Anzahl
   
  animalia eius generisanimālia eius generisLebewesen dieser Gattung
creatures of this genus
(im lat. Sprachkurs)
   
  domus eius estdomus eius estdas Haus gehört ihm; es ist sein Haus
(im lat. Sprachkurs)
   
Wortsuche bei PerseusWortsuche im lateinisch - deutschen Georges bei Zeno.orgeaeadiese Pläne
Wortsuche in Lewis and ShortWort- und Formsuche bei Van der GuchtWortsuche bei latein.me
Wortsuche bei PerseusWortsuche im lateinisch - deutschen Georges bei Zeno.org  diese Vorhaben
Wortsuche in Lewis and ShortWort- und Formsuche bei Van der GuchtWortsuche bei latein.me
Wortsuche bei PerseusWortsuche im lateinisch - deutschen Georges bei Zeno.orgeada
(sc. viā, parte)
Wortsuche in Lewis and ShortWort- und Formsuche bei Van der GuchtWortsuche bei latein.me
Wortsuche bei PerseusWortsuche im lateinisch - deutschen Georges bei Zeno.org  daselbst
(sc. viā, parte)
Wortsuche in Lewis and ShortWort- und Formsuche bei Van der GuchtWortsuche bei latein.me
  ea aetate sum, ut ...eā aetāte sum, ut...stehe in dem Alter, dass...
   
  ea de causa (qua de causa)eā dē causā (quā dē causā)deshalb
   
    deswegen
   
Wortsuche bei PerseusWortsuche im lateinisch - deutschen Georges bei Zeno.orgeatenuseātenusbis dahin
[= eā tenus (parte)]
Wortsuche in Lewis and ShortWort- und Formsuche bei Van der GuchtWortsuche bei latein.me
Wortsuche bei PerseusWortsuche im lateinisch - deutschen Georges bei Zeno.org  insofern
[= eā tenus (parte)]
Wortsuche in Lewis and ShortWort- und Formsuche bei Van der GuchtWortsuche bei latein.me
Wortsuche bei PerseusWortsuche im lateinisch - deutschen Georges bei Zeno.org  insoweit
[= eā tenus (parte)]
Wortsuche in Lewis and ShortWort- und Formsuche bei Van der GuchtWortsuche bei latein.me
Wortsuche bei PerseusWortsuche im lateinisch - deutschen Georges bei Zeno.org  seither
[= eā tenus (parte)]
Wortsuche in Lewis and ShortWort- und Formsuche bei Van der GuchtWortsuche bei latein.me
Wortsuche bei PerseusWortsuche im lateinisch - deutschen Georges bei Zeno.org  so lange
[= eā tenus (parte)]
Wortsuche in Lewis and ShortWort- und Formsuche bei Van der GuchtWortsuche bei latein.me
  eius causaeius causāseinetwegen (ihretwegen)
   
  eius esteius estes ist seine Aufgabe (Art, Pflicht,..)
(im lat. Sprachkurs)
   
Wortsuche bei PerseusWortsuche im lateinisch - deutschen Georges bei Zeno.orgeiusmodieiusmodī (= eius modī)solcher, solche, solches
Wortsuche in Lewis and ShortWort- und Formsuche bei Van der GuchtWortsuche bei latein.me
Wortsuche bei PerseusWortsuche im lateinisch - deutschen Georges bei Zeno.orgeiusmodieiusmodī (= eius modī) (ut...)dergestalt (dass...)
Wortsuche in Lewis and ShortWort- und Formsuche bei Van der GuchtWortsuche bei latein.me
Wortsuche bei PerseusWortsuche im lateinisch - deutschen Georges bei Zeno.org  so beschaffen (dass...)
Wortsuche in Lewis and ShortWort- und Formsuche bei Van der GuchtWortsuche bei latein.me
Wortsuche bei PerseusWortsuche im lateinisch - deutschen Georges bei Zeno.org  von der Art (dass...)
Wortsuche in Lewis and ShortWort- und Formsuche bei Van der GuchtWortsuche bei latein.me
Wortsuche bei PerseusWortsuche im lateinisch - deutschen Georges bei Zeno.orgeobis zu dem Grad
Wortsuche in Lewis and ShortWort- und Formsuche bei Van der GuchtWortsuche bei latein.me
Wortsuche bei PerseusWortsuche im lateinisch - deutschen Georges bei Zeno.org  bis zu dem Punkt
Wortsuche in Lewis and ShortWort- und Formsuche bei Van der GuchtWortsuche bei latein.me
Wortsuche bei PerseusWortsuche im lateinisch - deutschen Georges bei Zeno.org  dahin
Wortsuche in Lewis and ShortWort- und Formsuche bei Van der GuchtWortsuche bei latein.me
Wortsuche bei PerseusWortsuche im lateinisch - deutschen Georges bei Zeno.org  darum
Wortsuche in Lewis and ShortWort- und Formsuche bei Van der GuchtWortsuche bei latein.me
Wortsuche bei PerseusWortsuche im lateinisch - deutschen Georges bei Zeno.org  dazu
Wortsuche in Lewis and ShortWort- und Formsuche bei Van der GuchtWortsuche bei latein.me
Wortsuche bei PerseusWortsuche im lateinisch - deutschen Georges bei Zeno.org  dorthin
Wortsuche in Lewis and ShortWort- und Formsuche bei Van der GuchtWortsuche bei latein.me
Wortsuche bei PerseusWortsuche im lateinisch - deutschen Georges bei Zeno.org  so weit
Wortsuche in Lewis and ShortWort- und Formsuche bei Van der GuchtWortsuche bei latein.me
Wortsuche bei PerseusWortsuche im lateinisch - deutschen Georges bei Zeno.orgeoeō (+ Komp.)desto
Wortsuche in Lewis and ShortWort- und Formsuche bei Van der GuchtWortsuche bei latein.me
Wortsuche bei PerseusWortsuche im lateinisch - deutschen Georges bei Zeno.org  um so
Wortsuche in Lewis and ShortWort- und Formsuche bei Van der GuchtWortsuche bei latein.me
Wortsuche bei PerseusWortsuche im lateinisch - deutschen Georges bei Zeno.orgeoeō (Abl. Sgl. n.)dadurch
Wortsuche in Lewis and ShortWort- und Formsuche bei Van der GuchtWortsuche bei latein.me
Wortsuche bei PerseusWortsuche im lateinisch - deutschen Georges bei Zeno.org  deshalb
Wortsuche in Lewis and ShortWort- und Formsuche bei Van der GuchtWortsuche bei latein.me
Wortsuche bei PerseusWortsuche im lateinisch - deutschen Georges bei Zeno.org  deswegen
Wortsuche in Lewis and ShortWort- und Formsuche bei Van der GuchtWortsuche bei latein.me
  eo consilio, ut ...eō cōnsiliō, ut...in der Absicht, dass...
   
  eo loco sumeō locō sumbin in dieser Lage
   
  eo nomineeō nōminedeshalb
   
  eo pactoeō pactōauf diese Art
   
  eo temporeeō temporedamals
   
    zu der Zeit
   
    zu dieser Zeit
   
    zur damaligen Zeit
   
  eo tempore, quo.. (cum ...)eō tempore, quō.. (cum...)zu der Zeit, als...
   
  haud procul ab eo locohaud procul ab eō locōunweit von dieser Stelle
   
  homines eius modihominēs eius modīMenschen dieser Art; derartige Menschen
(im lat. Sprachkurs)
   
Wortsuche bei PerseusWortsuche im lateinisch - deutschen Georges bei Zeno.orgididdieser Plan
Wortsuche in Lewis and ShortWort- und Formsuche bei Van der GuchtWortsuche bei latein.me
Wortsuche bei PerseusWortsuche im lateinisch - deutschen Georges bei Zeno.org  dieses Verfahren
Wortsuche in Lewis and ShortWort- und Formsuche bei Van der GuchtWortsuche bei latein.me
  id aetatis sum, ut ...id aetātis sum, ut...stehe in dem Alter, dass...
   
  id ago, ut ...id agō, ut...ich gehe darauf aus, dass...
   
  in eo temporein eō temporeunter diesen (gefährlichen) Umständen
   
  ob eaob eadeshalb
   
    deswegen
   
  ob eam causamob eam causamaus diesem Grund
   
    deswegen
   
  ob idob iddeshalb
   
    deswegen
   
  per eos diesper eōs diēswährend dieser Tage
   
  propter eumpropter eumseinetwegen
   
  res erat eo locirēs erat eō locīdie Sache befand sich in der Lage; die Lage war so
(im lat. Sprachkurs)
   
  ut eorum, quae dixi, summam faciamut eōrum, quae dīxī, summam faciamum meine Worte zusammenzufassen
to sum up my words, to summarize my words
   

query 1/D (max. 1000): 4 Ergebnis(se)
 Wortsuche im lateinisch - deutschen Georges bei Zeno.org= eumēcēs, is c - Balsambaum
(εὔμηκες)
eumēces, eumēcis neumeces, eumecis nWort- und Formsuche bei Van der GuchtWortsuche bei latein.me
 Wortsuche im lateinisch - deutschen Georges bei Zeno.org= eōs (v. is, ea, id)sos (2)sos (2)  
 Wortsuche im lateinisch - deutschen Georges bei Zeno.orges is nicht von ungefährnōn temere estnon temere est  
query 1/E (max. 1000): 635 Ergebnis(se)
Hauptquelle: Lewis and Short
(id) me attinet (id) mē attinetthis is of moment for me, this is of importance for me

ā iūre nēmō recēdere praesūmiturno one is to be assumed in advance to waive any right

ab Iove prīncipiumwith Jupiter is the beginning

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

acatalēcticus, acatalēctica, acatalēcticumverse in which no syllable is wanting in the last foot

acatalēctus, acatalēcta, acatalēctumverse in which no syllable is wanting in the last foot

acervālis, acervālethat is heaped up

acētāria, acētāriōrum nthat which is prepared with vinegar and oil, salad

acidē aliquid ferō in animō meōsomething upsets me, something is pissing me off

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

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

actuārius, actuāria, actuāriumthat which is easily moved, swift, agile

addecēre, addecetit is due, it is appropriate, it behooves, it is fit that, it is proper that

adiectīvus, adiectīva, adiectīvumthat is added to the noun substantive

adminiculum, adminiculī nthat on which the hand may rest, prop, stay, support, stake by which vine is supported, assistance, aid, assistant

administer, administrī mhe who is near to aid or assist, servant, attendant, assistant

admissārius, admissāriī mmale animal (horse, ass, , , , ) that is used for breeding, stallion, lewd man

adopertum, adopertī nthat which is mysterious, mystery

adsectātor, adsectātōris mhe that is in attendance upon any one (as friend, servant, client), follower, attendant, disciple

adsertiō, adsertiōnis fformal declaration that one is a freeman or a slave, assertion

adspargō, adsparginis fsprinkling, besprinkling, spray, moisture, sweat, that which is sprinkled, that which drops

adspergō, adsperginis fsprinkling, besprinkling, spray, moisture, sweat, that which is sprinkled, that which drops

adsūmentum, adsūmentī nthat which is to be sewed upon something, patch

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

advesperāscere, advesperāscit, advesperāvītit approaches evening, it is getting to be evening, twilight is coming on

advocātus, advocātī mone who is called by one of the parties in a suit to aid as a witness or counsel, legal assistant, counsellor, advocate, attorney, assistant, helper, friend

aedificātor, aedificātōris mbuilder, maker, architect, that is fond of building

aedīlis est amplius quam privātusAedile is more than a private citizen

aegrōtāticius, aegrōtāticia, aegrōtāticiumthat is often ill

aemulātiō dupliciter dīcitur, ut et in laude et in vitiō hoc nōmen sitthe word aemulatio is used in a double sense, in a good and in a bad sense

Aenēas nūllī cerniturAeneas is not seen by anyone

aenigma, aenigmatis n (αἴνιγμα)that which is enigmatical or dark in a figurative representation, allegory, that which is dark, that which is obscure, that which is inexplicable, riddle, enigma, obscurity, mystery, mystical tenet, mystical dogma in religion

aequum estit is reasonable, it is proper, it is right

āēr ūmidus est et crassusthe air is humid and hazy

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

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

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

āēroplanum procellā in āēra corripitur, the aircraft is swept into the air by the storm,

aestās se circumēgitthe summer has passed, the summer is gone

aestās trānsvecta estthe summer is over

aestātem autumnus sequitursummer is followed by autumn, summer follows autumn

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

aestuāre, aestuō, aestuāvī, aestuātumbe in agilation, be in violent commotion, move to and fro, rage, toss, boil up, rage, be warm, be hot, burn, glow, it is warm to me, I feel warm, have an undulating motion, have a waving motion, be tossed, heave

aestuāre, aestuō, aestuāvī, aestuātumbe in agilation, be in violent commotion, move to and fro, rage, toss, boil up, rage, be warm, be hot, burn, glow, it is warm to me, I feel warm, have an undulating motion, have a waving motion, be tossed, heave

aestus offenditthe heat is getting to you

aetās mala merx estold age is a bad thing

aetās minima efferturthe minimum age is raised

affātum est (adfātum est)it is awarded by fate, it is imposed by fate

affārī, affātur (adfātur), affātum estit is imposed

affīnis, affīnethat is neighboring to one, near by family relationship, allied or related to by marriage, partaking, taking part in, privy to, sharing, associated with

ager incursātur et vāstāturthe farmland is devastated in a foray

ager parturitthe field wants to bear fruit, the field is greening

ager restibilisfield that is sown annually, field that does not lie fallow

aggerātiō, aggerātiōnis fa heaping up, that which is heaped up, a mole, a dike

agitur dē aliquā rēit is the talk of something

agitur praeclārē cum aliquōit is excellent for someone

agrōrum cultūra hominibus salutāris estarable farming is beneficial for people

āin tū ?do you really mean so?, indeed?, really?, is it possible?, what?

āin ? (= āisne?)do you really mean so?, indeed?, really?, is it possible?, what?

ālāris, ālārethat is upon the wing (of an army), of the wing

ālārius, ālāria, ālārium (ālāris, ālāre)that is upon the wing (of an army), of the wing

albus an āter sit, nesciōI am indifferent to him, don't know if he is good or bad

alcēdōnia, alcēdōniōrum nfourteen winter days during which the kingfisher broods and the sea is calm, deep calm, profound tranquillity

ālea iacta estthe die is cast!, the game is ventured!

alicuī cautum est foedere, nē ...someone is contractually guaranteed not to , , ,

alicuius capessendae reī pūblicae cōnsilia eō spectant, ut...someone's policy is that, , , ,

alicuius estit is someone's responsibility

alicuius estit's someone's nature, it is characteristic of someone, it characterises someone

alicuius interestit is advantageous for someone, it is beneficial for someone

aliquem iocārī animadvertōrealise that someone is joking

aliquem nocentem ostendōprove that someone is causing harm

aliquid ā cōnsuetūdine sermōnis Latīni abhorretsomething is incompatible with Latin usage

aliquid ā meīs mōribus abhorretsomething is repugnant to my character

aliquid ā sēnsibus meīs abhorretsomething is repugnant to my feeling

aliquid ad frūctum pervenitsomething is worthwhile, something is profitable

aliquid ad irritum cadit (in irritum cadit)something fails, something does not prevail, something is thwarted

aliquid ad irritum redigitur (in irritum redigitur)something fails, something does not prevail, something is thwarted

aliquid ad manum estsomething is at hand

aliquid ad meum frūctum redundatsomething benefits me, something is to my advantage

aliquid arte conclūsum estsomething is put into a system

aliquid caletsomething is on the agenda

aliquid caret artesomething is unaffected

aliquid cōnfūsum estsomething is confused

aliquid cōnfūsum et perturbātum estsomething is without inner connection

aliquid contrā lēgem estsomething is unlawful, something is illegal

aliquid dolī subestsomething looks like fraud, there is a fraud behind it

aliquid ē vītā ductum estsomething is taken from life

aliquid ēmōlumentō estsomething brings advantage, something is to one's advantage

aliquid ēmōlumentō estsomething brings blessing, something is a blessing for someone

aliquid ērēctum tenētursomething is maintained, something is kept in good humour

aliquid est meumsomething is mine, something belongs to me

aliquid est proprium alicuiussomething is someone's salient trait

aliquid est sub clavīsomething is under lock and key

aliquid explōrātum habeōsomething is certain for me

aliquid fierī patiorlet something happen, tolerate something, not to intervene in something, watch something calmly, stand idly by while something is happening, not to be bothered by something

aliquid in contrōversiā estsomething is in dispute

aliquid in contrōversiā versātursomething is in dispute

aliquid in lucrō estsomething is beneficial, something is advantageous

aliquid in māius accipiōtake something bigger than it is

aliquid in tūtō estsomething is out of danger, something is in the clear, something is on the saving shore

aliquid īnsitum (atque innātum) est animō meōsomething is in my character, something lies in my character

aliquid interestthere is some difference

aliquid irritum estsomething remains without effect, something remains ineffective, something is ineffective, something misses its effect

aliquid magis in apertō estsomething is more easily possible

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

aliquid mē tenetsomething binds me, something has binding force for me, something is binding for me

aliquid mihi in offēnsū estsomething is hateful to me

aliquid mihi obvenitsomething comes to me, something is granted to me

aliquid mihi ōrnāmentō estsomething is ornamental to me

aliquid nē in cōgitātiōnem quidem caditsomething is not even thought

aliquid nōn in obscūrō habeōsomething is not considered uncertain to me

aliquid nōn potest manū tangīsomething is not tangible, something cannot be grasped with hands

aliquid nōn sub oculōs caditsomething is not found in reality

aliquid oblīviōne dēlētursomething gets forgotten, something is forgotten

aliquid oblīviōne exstinguitursomething is forgotten, something gets forgotten

aliquid oblīviōne obruitursomething is forgotten, something gets forgotten

aliquid oblīviōnī datursomething is consigned to oblivion

aliquid oculīs tenētursomething is obvious

aliquid omnibus (hominibus) in ōre estsomething is on everyone's lips

aliquid perturbātum estsomething is confused

aliquid ratiōnī repūgnatsomething is unreasonable

aliquid sēnsibus percipitursomething is sensually perceptible

aliquid servātur centum clāvibussomething is kept behind a hundred locks

aliquid variē scrīptum estsomething is handed down differently

aliquid venit in ōra hominumsomething is talked about a lot, something gets into people's gossip

aliquid vītae perīculum affertsomething is life-threatening, something is neck-breaking

aliquis (aliquid) mihi cordī estsomeone (something) is close to my heart

aliquis est in sinū alicuiussomeone is very dear to someone

aliquis mēcum mīlitatsomeone is my comrade in war

aliter rēs sē habetit behaves differently, so it is different

aliud aliī munerāturone is given this, the other that

aliud sī quid cārius est oculīs if something else is more valuable than the eyes

alter alterī inimīcus estone is the enemy of the other, they are enemies of each other

altera neutiquam praestātur sēmitathere is no other way

alterī Capitōnī cōgnōmen est, alter Māgnus vocāturone has the surname Capito, the other is called Magnus

altum, altī ndepth, what is deep or far removed, the height of heaven, high heaven, the heavens, the high sea, the deep, sea

alūcinātor, alūcinātōris m (halūcinātor)one who is wandering in mind, dreamer, silly fellow

alumnus, alumnī mthat is nourished, that brought up, nursling, foster-son, pupil, disciple, nourisher

ambiguum est, utrum ... an ...it is unclear whether - or if

ambitiōsus, ambitiōsa, ambitiōsumvain, vainglorious, conceited, that is willingly solicited, that is willingly entreated, much sought, honored, admired, vain, ostentatious, founded merely on the desire to please, interested

ambītur cōnsulātum acciperehe is asked to accept the consulate

amiantus, amiantī mamianth, stone which may be separated into threads and spun, and is inconsumable by fire, asbestos, earth-flax

amicīmen, amicīminis nmanner of dressing, fashion, garment that is thrown about or on, any clothing, mantle, cloak, other kinds of covering (air, sky, fog)

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

amīcitia est nōmenfriendship is just a word

amictōrium pectorālegarment which is thrown about or over one, scarf, tie for the neck, bra, brassiere

amīcum est mihiit is according to my mind

amnis nūllīs coercētur rīpīsthe stream is not constricted by any banks

amplius negōtiī mihi contrahiturmore work is coming my way

amplius sunt (quam) vīgintī annīit is more than twenty years ago

ancipitī Mārte pūgnāturthe battle is wavering

anguilla est, ēlābiturhe is an eel, he slips away, he is a slippery fellow

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

animō aliquid cernōsomething is in front of my mind's eye

animō sum conturbātō et incertōbe completely mentally confused, not knowing where one's head is

animus afflīgiturcourage is shaken

animus dēbilitāturcourage is paralysed

animus percelliturcourage is broken

animus proficīscendī reaccenditurthe desire to travel is rekindled, , the desire to travel flares up anew,

anniversālis, anniversālethat returns every year, that happens every year, that is used every year, returning annually, renewed annually, annual, yearly

anniversārius, anniversāria, anniversāriumthat returns every year, that happens every year, that is used every year, returning annually, renewed annually, annual, yearly

annōna cāra estgrain is expensive

annus est in vīlitātein that year everything is cheap

anōnymos, anōnymī fshe, that is unnamed, designation of a plant

anquīna, anquīnae frope by which the sail-yard is bound to the mast

ānsa, ānsae fthat by which something is taken hold of, handle, haft, tiller, cheek of a balance, cramp-iron, stone-brace, occasion, opportunity

ante aliquid praeterlābitur, quam perceptum estsomething escapes before it is captured

antecapiō, quae bello usui suntprocure in advance what is useful for the war

antemūrānus, antemūrāna, antemūrānumthat is before the wall

antepagmentum, antepagmentī nevery thing that is used for garnishing the exterior of a house, ornaments about the doors, windows

antipagmentum, antipagmentī nevery thing that is used for garnishing the exterior of a house, ornaments about the doors, windows

antīquāria, antīquāriae fshe that is fond of antiquity, female antiquarian

antīquārius, antīquāriī mone that is fond about antiquities, one that employs himself about antiquities, antiquarian, antiquary, one that understands reading and copying ancient manusripts

antīquior, antīquiusthat is before in rank, that is before in importance, more celebrated, preferable, better, illustrious

antīsagōgē, antīsagōgēs ffigure of speech by which one thing adduced is opposed to another, counter-assertion

antisigma, antisigmatis na character, Ↄ, which the emperor Claudius wished to introduce into Latin for ps = the Greek ψ, a critical mark, Ↄ, placed before a verse which is to be transposed

antonomasia, antonomasiae f (ἀντονομασία)antonomasia, antonomasy, rhetorical figure, by which, instead of the name, an epithet of a person is employed

apertō alicuius reī introitūafter something is opened the door

apertum est + aciit is clear, it is evident, it is certain, be clear, be well known, be notorious

apertum, apertī nthat which is open, that which is free, open space, clear space, open field

apodosis, apodosis fa subsequent proposition, or a clause which refers to one preceding (protasis), by which it is explained

apoproēgmena, apoproēgmenōrum nthat which is to be rejected

apostola, apostolae fshe who is sent off, female apostle

apparāmentum, apparāmentī npreparing, preparation, that which is prepared

appārere, appāret, appāruitit is evident, it is clear, it is manifest, it is certain

apprōmissor, apprōmissōris mone who is security for another, security, bail, guarantor of security

apud quōsdam ambigitur aliquidsomething is doubted by some

apud vōs omnia tēmulentathere is drunkenness among you

aquātiō, aquātiōnis fgetting of water, fetching of water, watering, water, rains, place whence water is brought, a watering-place

Aquītānia ex tertiā parte Galliae est aestimandaAquitaine is to be reckoned the third part of Gaul

aquivergium, aquivergiī nplace in which water is collected

arbiter, arbitrī mspectator, beholder, hearer, eye-witness, witness, he that is appointed to inquire into a cause and settle it, umpire, arbiter, a judge, that sets boundaries, umpire of the contest

arduus, ardua, arduumhigh, elevated, lofty, steep, that is difficult to reach, difficult, laborious, hard, arduous, troublesome, unpleasant, adverse, inauspicious

argentō post omnia pōnōmoney is more important to me than anything else

argentum vīlius aurō, silver is worth less than gold

argentum οἴχεταιthe money is gone

argūmentō est, quod...proof of this is that, , ,

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

argūtia, argūtiae fthat which is clear to the senses, vigor of expression, liveliness, animation, the chattering notes of the nightingale, chattering discourse, brightness, acuteness, wit, genius, slyness, subtlety, cunning, shrewdness in speech or action

argūtiae, argūtiārum fthat which is clear to the senses, vigor of expression, liveliness, animation, the chattering notes of the nightingale, chattering discourse, brightness, acuteness, wit, genius, slyness, subtlety, cunning, shrewdness in speech or action

armīs compositīsafter the fight is over

armīs et castrīs temptāta rēs estthe thing is put through its paces, the thing is tested in every possible way

armus, armī mupper arm, shoulder of an animal where it is fitted to the shoulder-blade

artēs, quibus aetās puerīlis ad hūmānitātem īnformārī soletsciences in which boyhood is usually educated

artifex, artificis cone that is master in the liberal arts, artist, artificer, charioteer, orator, writer, master in any thing, maker, originator, author, contriver, sly, cunning contriver, inventor of a thing

artior colligātiō societātis propinquōrumthe bond of kinship is tighter

arx fontibus scatitthe mountain top is full of springs

arx marī circumluiturthe castle hill is washed by the sea

aspargō, asparginis fsprinkling, besprinkling, spray, moisture, sweat, that which is sprinkled, that which drops

aspergō, asperginis fsprinkling, besprinkling, spray, moisture, sweat, that which is sprinkled, that which drops

assectātor, assectātōris m (adsectātor)he that is in attendance upon any one (as friend, servant, client), follower, attendant, disciple

assem habeās, assem valeāshow much one has, so much he is worth

assēnsiō ēlābiturconsent is dwindling, consent is fading

assēnsū omnium aliquid approbāturby all applause something is approved

assertiō, assertiōnis fformal declaration that one is a freeman or a slave, assertion

assertor, assertōris m (adsertor)one who formally asserts that another is free or a slave, restorer of liberty, defender, protector, deliverer, advocate, he who claims or declares one to be a slave

assolēre, assolet (assolent)it does happen, it is customary

assūmentum, assūmentī nthat which is to be sewed upon something, patch

assumptio, assumptionis f (adsumptio)taking, receiving, assumption, an eager reception, adoption, one that takes up, that which is taken up, that which is lifted up, prophecy, minor proposition of a syllogism, an addition, circumstance

asyndeton, asyndetī nrhetorical figure by which the connecting particle is omitted

attinēre, attinet (adtinet), attinuit (+ aci)it concerns, it matters, it is of moment, it is of consequence, it is of importance

audiō (formelhaft)agreed!, I grant it, well, that I agree to, that is granted

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

audītus semper patetthe ear is always open

augurium alicuī fita landmark is shown to someone

aula bacchāturthe pot is overflowing, the pot becomes overfull

aulaeum mittiturthe theatre curtain is dropped (at the beginning), the theatre curtain rises

aulaeum premiturthe theatre curtain is dropped (at the beginning), the theatre curtain rises

aulaeum tollituris drawn up (at the end of a piece), the theatre curtain lowers

aura mē stringitthere is a draught

aura secundat iterthe breeze is favourable for the journey

auriculā īnfimā mollior esthe is softer than the earlap

autumnēscere, autumnēscitautumn approaches, autumn is coming on

auxilium temptōscouting for help, see if help is available

avāritia omnia vitia habetavarice is the root of all vices

avāritia parsimōniae nōmine lēnīturgreed is glossed over with the term frugality

āversābilis, āversābilethat before which one is obliged to turn away, abominable

āvius, āvia, āviumthat is out of the way, remote, out of the right way, untrodden, unfrequented, solitary, lonely, wandering, straying

balinea imāginor et fontēs, my imagination is occupied only with baths and springs,

balistārium, balistāriī nthe place where the ballista is worked

ballistārium, ballistāriī nthe place where the ballista is worked

bellāria, bellāriōrum n (τραγήματα)that which is used as a dessert, fruit, nuts, confectionery, sweet wine, dessert

bellum affectum et paene cōnfectumwar that is coming to an end and is almost over

bellum augēturthe war is increasing

bellum imminetwar is imminent, war imminent

bellum impendetwar is imminent, war imminent

bellum īnstatwar is imminent, war imminent

bene agitur cum aliquōit is well with someone

bene est alicuīsomeone is well, things are good with someone

beneficia vestra occiduntyour assistance is wasted

binōminis, cuī geminum est nōmen, ut Numa Pompiliusa double-named person is one who has a double name, like Numa Pompilius

bis bīna quot sint, nōn didicībe completely ignorant of arithmetic, not know how much 2x2 is

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

bona existimātiō est dē aliquōsomeone has a good reputation, someone is in good standing

bonanimis, bonanimis mwho is of good cheer

boum cervīcēs nātae ad iugumthe neck of the cattle is intended by nature for the yoke

brachycatalēctus, brachycatalēcta, brachycatalēctuma closure that is missing a whole foot or half a meter

būcaeda, būcaedae mone who is whipped with thongs of ox-hide

bucconiātis vītisspecies of vine in Thurium, the fruit of which is not gathered until after the first frost

cachecta, cachectae mone that is in a consumption

cachectēs, cachectae mone that is in a consumption

cachinnus cūnctōs invāditeveryone is overcome by a roar of laughter

cadus accubat horreīsthe jug is stored in the attic

caelum dīviditur in circulōs quīnquethe sky is divided into five circles

caelum est splendidissimumthere is bright sunshine

caelum serēnum est et siccumthe air is clear and dry

caesūra, caesūrae fcutting, felling, hewing, hewing off, that which is hewn, that which is cut off, pause in a verse, caesura

callicia, calliciae fa plant that is said to freeze water

callidē dē futūrīs conicithe is of great wisdom and foresight

calumniātor suīone who is too anxious in regard to his work, over-scrupulous

candor in hōc aevō rēs intermortua paenehonesty is almost extinguished in this time

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

captūra, captūrae ftaking, catching (of animals), that which is taken, prey, gain, profit, reward, pay, hire, wages

captus, captūs mtaking, seizing, that which is taken, that which is grasped, draught, power of comprehension, capacity, notion, physical power

caput alicuius agitursomeone's neck is on the line, someone's life is on the line, someone's civic existence is on the line, someone's life is on the line

caput prūritmy head is burning, my head is itching

carta, cartae fleaf of the Egyptian papyrus, paper, that which is written upon paper, writing, letter, poem, thin leaf, plate, lamina, tablet

cārum aliquem habeōsomeone is dear and worthy to me, be fond of someone

castellum, castellī nstructure in which the water of an aqueduct is collected, to be distributed by pipes or channels in different directions, a reservoir

castimōnia, castimōniae fpurity of morals, morality, purity, such as is requisite for religious services, chastity, abstinence

castimōnium, castimōniī npurity of morals, morality, purity, such as is requisite for religious services, chastity, abstinence

castra opportūnō locō posita suntthe camp is favourably located

cāsū fortuītō accidit, ut ...it is (was) pure coincidence that

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

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

catapotium, catapotiī nthat which is swallowed down, a pill

catapultārius, catapultāria, catapultāriumbelonging to the catapult, that is thrown by the catapult

catēchūmenus, catēchūmenī mwho is receiving elementary instruction in religion, catechumen

catēcūmenus, catēcūmenī mwho is receiving elementary instruction in religion, catechumen

causa facile invenīrī potestthe reason is easy to find, the reason is obvious

causa in altercātiōne versāturthis is hotly debated

causa in disceptātiōne versāturthis is being debated

causa mortis nūntiātur fuisse infarctus cerebrīthe cause of death is said to have been a cerebral stroke

causa repetenda est ab aliquā rēthe reason is to be found in something

causa, causae fthat by which any thing takes place or is done, on account of which any thing takes place or is done, that through which any thing takes place or is done, cause, reason, motive, inducement, occasion, opportunity, apology, excuse

cautor, cautōris mone who is on his guard, one who is is wary, one who is surety for any on, one who is bail for any one, guarantor

cēlor dē rēsomething is concealed from me

cēlor remsomething is concealed from me

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

Cerasūs, Cerasūntis ftown in Pontus, where the cherry is native

cerniturit consists in something, it is recognized at something

certa amittō, dum incerta petōwhile I strive for what is uncertain, i lose what is certain

certa est sententiait's a done deal, it is decided

certa rēs estit's a done deal, it is decided

certāmen anceps ūnum ad ūnum statthe match is drawn 1:1

certum atque dēcrētum estit is firmly decided

certum atque obstinātum estit is firmly decided

certum est + aciit is certain that , , ,

certum est cōnsiliumit is a done deal that , , ,

certum est mihiit is determined, it is my decision, it is my resolution, it is my will, I am resolved, I mean

cessātur aliquidsomething is put aside, something is neglected, something is missed

cēterīs glōriā pār esthe is equal to the rest in fame

charta, chartae fleaf of the Egyptian papyrus, paper, the papyrus plant itself, that which is written upon paper, writing, letter, poem, thin leaf, plate, lamina, tablet

charta, chartae f (χάρτης)leaf of the Egyptian papyrus, paper, that which is written upon paper, writing, letter, poem, thin leaf, plate, lamina, tablet

chartina, chartinae fleaf of the Egyptian papyrus, paper, that which is written upon paper, writing, letter, poem, thin leaf, plate, lamina, tablet

chartus, chartī mleaf of the Egyptian papyrus, paper, the papyrus plant itself, that which is written upon paper, writing, letter, poem, thin leaf, plate, lamina, tablet

chimaera est animal, quod cōnstat e māteriā geneticā hūmānā et ex cellulīs ōvāriīs animāliuma chimaera is a living being composed of human genetic material and animal oocytes, , a fabulous monster in Lycia, which vomited fire; in front a lion, in the hinder part a dragon, and in the middle a goat; slain by Bellerophon

chīrografum, chīrografī none’s own handwriting, autograph, that which is written with one’s own hand, personal bond, personal surety, obligation under one’s own hand

chīrographon, chīrographī none’s own handwriting, autograph, that which is written with one’s own hand, personal bond, personal surety, obligation under one’s own hand

chīrographum, chīrographī none’s own handwriting, autograph, that which is written with one’s own hand, personal bond, personal surety, obligation under one’s own hand

chīrographus, chīrographī mone’s own handwriting, autograph, that which is written with one’s own hand, personal bond, personal surety, obligation under one’s own hand

chōliambus, chōliambī miambic verse, whose last foot, instead of an iambus, is a spondee or trochee

cinaedicus, cinaedica, cinaedicumpertaining to one who is unchaste, immodest, lewd

ciner, cineris mashes, ashes of a corpse that is burned, person after death, ruins of a city laid waste and reduced to ashes

cinis, cineris mashes, ashes of a corpse that is burned, person after death, ruins of a city laid waste and reduced to ashes

circumtentus, circumtenta, circumtentumbound with something that is stretched around, begirt

cīvitās in quattuor pāgōs dīvīsa estthe citizenry is divided into four cantons

cīvitās in sagīs estthe state is under arms

cīvitās tȳphōnibus vastāturthe city is devastated by hurricanes

cīvium estit is the duty of citizens

clam patrem est (Komiker)it is unknown to the father

clāmor exoriturshouting arises, there is shouting

clāmor fitshouting arises, there is shouting

clāmor oriturshouting arises, there is shouting

clara diēs estit is broad daylight

clipeātus, clipeāta, clipeātum (clupeātus)one who is armed with a shield

clipeum post vulnera sūmōtake the shield after wounding, take care when it is too late

clītellās bovī impōnōput a pack-saddle upon an ox, assign one a duty for which he is not qualified

clupeātus, clupeāta, clupeātumone who is armed with a shield

coctīvus, coctīva, coctīvumthat is easily cooked, that ripens early, suitable for cooking, used in cooking

coetus aliēnigenārum velut captīvitās īnfertura crowd of strangers is imposed like a captivity

cōgitātiōne nōn sēnsū speciēs deī percipiturmentally not sensually one grasps the idea of God, the idea of God is grasped mentally, not sensually

cōgitēmus corpus esse mortālelet us remember that the body is mortal

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

collēgātārius, collēgātāriī mperson to whom is bequeathed a legacy in common with others, collegatary, joint-legatee

collēgiātus, collēgiātī mhe who is with one in a society, he who is with one in a college, he who is with one in a corporation

collēma, collēmatis nthat which is glued or cemented together

collibēscere, collibēscit, collibuitit pleases, it is agreeable, it's pleasing, it's pleasant

collibēre, collibet, collibuit (collibitum est)it pleases, it is agreeable, it's pleasing, it's pleasant

collubēre, collubet, collubuit (collubitum est)it pleases, it is agreeable, it's pleasing, it's pleasant

columen, columinis nwhat rises in height, what is prominent, what projects, point, top, summit, ridge, elevated object, pillar, colum, crown, first, chief, the height, top of a gable-end, gable pilla, support, prop, stay

colyx, colycos fcavern where natron is distilling

combibitur fluvius terrāthe river is swallowed up by the earth

comitia fīunt rēgī creandōan assembly is held for the election of the king

commanipulāris, commanipulāris ma comrade who is in the same manipulus

commanipulō, commanipulōnis ma comrade who is in the same manipulus

commanipulus, commanipulī ma comrade who is in the same manipulus

commanuplius, commanupliī ma comrade who is in the same manipulus

commanuplus, commanuplī ma comrade who is in the same manipulus

commeābilis, commeābilethat is casily passed through, permeable, that easily passes through

commeārī potestthe passage is free

comminus ad manūs rediturthere is a scuffle man against man

commodātum, commodātī nthat which is lent, a loan

commoditātī ōrātiōnis ingenium est impedīmentōthe appropriateness of my speech is hindered by my (small) talent

commodum alicuius exspectō wait until it is convenient for someone

commodum aperītur forisjust now the door is opened

commodum estit is approved, it likes, it pleases

commodum, commodī nconvenient opportunity, favorable condition, convenience, advantage, profit, reward, pay, stipend, salary, wages for public service, favor, privilege, immunity, useful thing, a good, that which is lent, a loan

commūnicātiō sermōnis mihi tēcum esse soletYou and I used to have a conversation, between you and me there is a conversation

comparātiō mīlitum fita comparison of the soldiers is made

compendium, compendiī nthat which is weighed together, a saving or gain, profit acquired by saving, shortness of way, short way, sparing, saving in any thing done, a shortening, abbreviating

compōnitura balance is achieved, a balance is reached, one compares

conceptīvus, conceptīva, conceptīvumthat is conceived, that is ordered, that is directed

conciō, conciōnis fmeeting, assembly that is called together by a magistrate or priest, discourse, oration before a public assembly, place for speaking, tribune, rostrum

conclāmātum estit is all over, all is lost

concupīscis, quae nōn capisyou desire what is too big for you

condecēre, condecetit becomes seemly, it is becoming seemly, it is seemly

conditōrium, conditōriī nplace where any thing is laid up, repository, place for preserving a dead body, place for preserving the ashes of the dead, coffin, tomb, sepulchre

condūcere, condūcit, condūxītit is useful, it is beneficial, it is advantageous

cōnfectiō, cōnfectiōnis fa making, preparing, producing, arranging, composing, completing, an exaction, that which is prepared, that which is made, a diminishing, destroying, a chewing, masticating, a weakening, impairing

congeriēs, congeriēī fthat which is brought together, heap, pile, mass, chaos, heap of wood, wood-pile, funeral-pile

congestiō, congestiōnis fa bringing together, a heaping up, accumulation, that which is heaped up, heap, mass, pile

coniuga, coniugae fone who is united in marriage, consort, spouse, wife, husband, the female, betrothed, bride, concubine, comrade, companion, attendant, fellow-slave

coniūnx, coniugis c (coniūx)one who is united in marriage, consort, spouse, wife, husband, the female, betrothed, bride, concubine, comrade, companion, attendant, fellow-slave

coniūx, coniugis cone who is united in marriage, consort, spouse, wife, husband, the female, betrothed, bride, concubine, comrade, companion, attendant, fellow-slave

conmanipulāris, conmanipulāris ma comrade who is in the same manipulus

cōnsēdit aliquid in mentesomething is ingrained in consciousness

cōnsequēns estit follows with necessity, it is a (necessary) consequence, it is consequent, , it is in accordance with reason, it fit, it suitable

cōnsīderandī spatium nōn daturthere is no room for reflection

cōnsilium ad dēfectiōnem spectatthe plan is based on apostasy

cōnsilium est (+ Inf. / ut...)my plan is (to)

cōnspicuus, cōnspicua, cōnspicuumthat is in view, that comes in view, visible, that attracts the attention to itself, striking, conspicuous, distinguished, illustrious, remarkable

cōnstāre, cōnstat, cōnstitititit is settled, it is established, it is undisputed, it is certain, it is well known

cōnsulī debētur triumphusthe consul is due a triumph

cuī rēs praestanda estwho has to stand up for it, who is responsible for it, who takes the rap for it, the sufferer, who has to pay for it, who has to bleed for it, who has to spoon out the soup, who has to pay the bill

diēs iam vergitthe day is already approaching its end, the day is already coming to an end

discrīmen sublātum estthe crisis is over

est alicuī in ūsūsomeone is used to, someone is accustomed, it is a character trait of someone

ahllūcinātor, hallūcinātōris mone who is wandering in mind, dreamer, silly fellow

hoc hominis agrestis estthat is boorishness

homō absurdusa man who is fit or good for nothing

homō dē capsulāone who is excessively neat, nice

homō umbrāticusone who is fond of the shade, effeminate person, lounger

impedīmentum, impedīmentī nthat by which one is entangled or impeded, hinderance, impediment, delay, luggage

in eō victōria vertiturthat is decisive for the victory, the victory is based on that

in ūnō proeliō omnis fortūna disceptāturin one battle all good and bad is decided

īnferior, īnferiusthat is farther beneath, lower, farther down

lectus vītālisthe bed upon which one is laid while alive and is laid out when dead, death-bed, funeral-couch

male agitur cum aliquōsomeone is unwell

cōnstāre, cōnstat, cōnstitititit is my fixed determination, I am determined, I am fully resolved

mihi satis clāretit is sufficiently evident to me

mōs accommodātur prout condūcatthe custom is based on the respective need

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

adiuvāre, adiuvō, adiūvi, adiūtumit is useless, it runs nowhere, it fizzles out ineffectively, it leads to nothing, it is a wasted effort of love, it is not worth it

nimis violentum estit doesn't make sense, there is no point

nimis violentum estit is going too far

nōn est cantandumthere is no occasion for singing, there is no occasion for imagination, fiction

nunc dēmum agōn estnow we must act, now is the time for action

pessimus est rērum nostrārum statusour community is in a very bad way

praeclārē agitur cum aliquōsomeone is doing very well

quaerō in scirpō nōdumto seek a knot in a bulrush, to find a difficulty where there is none

rēs pūblica in ancipitī estthe state is in crisis

scaevus, scaeva, scaevumleft, that is on the left, towards the left side

scīlicetit is evident, clear, plain, manifest, of course, naturally, evidently, certainly, undoubtedly

sententiae paris numerī suntthere is a tie vote

sentīna, sentīnae ffilthy water that collects in the bottom of a ship, bilgewater, bottom of a ship where the bilgewater is, the hold, the lowest of the people, the dregs, refuse, rabble of a state, hangerson of an army, camp followers

sequestrātōrium, sequestrātōriī n, depository, place where any thing is laid up for safe keeping

sīc esse solent hominēssuch is the course of the world

sīcilimentum, sīcilimentī nwhat is mown with the sickle, aftermat

simplum, simpli nthat which is single, that which is simple, simple sum, simple number

sōlis aestus invalēscitthe heat of the sun is increasing

sōlitūdō ante ōstiumno one is outside the door (to be seen)

solitum, solitī ncustomary, what is usual

solūtilis, solūtilethat is easily loosed, that is easily taken apart

spectābilis, spectābilethat may be seen, visible, that is worth seeing, notable, , remarkable

statūlīber, statūlībrī ma slave to whom liberty is granted by testament

statūlībera, statūlīberae fa female slave to whom liberty is granted by testament

stigmatiās, stigmatiae m (στιγματίας)One who is branded, Title of a comedy of Nœvius

strangūriōsus, strangūriōsa, strangūriōsumone who is afflicted with strangury

strictīvus, strictīva, strictīvumthat is stripped, that is plucked off

strictōria dē tēlāshirt that is not yet worn, still unworn shirt

strigmentum, strigmentī nthat which is scratched or scraped off, a scraping, filth scraped of, dirt scraped off

strūctilis, strūctilebelonging to building, that is built or constructed, that is designed or used for building

subālāris, subālārethat is under the arms, placed under the arms, carried under the arms

subaquāneus, subaquānea, subaquāneumthat is under water, that belongs under water, sub-aqueous

subcaelestis, subcaelestethat which is under the heavens, subcelestial, sublunary

subcoelestis, subcoelestethat which is under the heavens, subcelestial, sublunary

subdiālis, subdiālethat is in the open air

subdivālis, subdivālethat is in the open air

subhastārius, subhastāria, subhastāriumthat is sold by public auction

subiugius, subiugia, subiugiumbelonging to the yoke, that is attached to the yoke

suboculāris, suboculārethat is beneath the eye, subocular

subrēnālis, subrēnālethat is under the kidney

subruncīvus, subruncīva, subruncīvumthat is grubbed up

subsecīvus, subsecīva, subsecīvumthat is cut off and left remaining

subsicīvus, subsicīva, subsicīvumthat is cut off and left remaining, remaining over, occasional, incidental

subsīgnānus, subsīgnāna, subsīgnānumthat is under the standard, that serves under the standard

substrāmen, substrāminis nwhat is strewn under, litter, supports

subtēgmen, subtēgminis nthat which is wrought in, that which is woven in, woof, wef, any thing spun, thread, yar, threads of the Fates

subtegulāneus, subtegulānea, subtegulāneumthat is under the roof, in-doors

subtēmen, subtēminis nthat which is wrought in, that which is woven in, woof, wef, any thing spun, thread, yar, threads of the Fates

subtercutāneus, subtercutānea, subtercutāneumthat is beneath the skin, subcutaneous

subterior, subteriusthat is farther beneath, lower, farther down

subternus, subterna, subternumthat is underneath, lower

succaelestis, succaelestethat which is under the heavens, subcelestial, sublunary

succīsīvus, succīsīva, succīsīvumthat is cut off and left remaining

succoelestis, succoelestewhich is under the heavens, subcelestial, sublunary

succutāneus, succutānea, succutāneumthat is beneath the skin, subcutaneous

sufficere, sufficit, suffēcitit is enough, suffice it

suīs fortūna cuīque fingitur mōribuseach is the architect of his own fortune

summa est virōrum doctissimōrum cōnsēnsiōthere is the greatest agreement among scholars

super, supera, superumthat is above, upper, higher

supercaelestis, supercaelestethat is above the heavens, super-celestial

supercoelestis, supercoelestethat is above the heavens, super-celestial

supernus, superna, supernumthat is above, on high, upper, celestial, supernal, lofty, standing on high ground, northern

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

superterrēnus, superterrēna, superterrēnumthat is above the earth, superterrene

superus, supera, superumthat is above, upper, higher

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

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

suppeditat dīcereit is easy to say

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

suppositōrius, suppositōria, suppositōriumthat is placed underneath

sūtum, sūtī nthat which is made of plates fastened together

syllēpsis, syllēpsis fsyllepsis, grammatical figure, by which one word is referred to another to which it does not grammatically belong

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

tacitus, tacita, tacitumthat is passed over in silence, not spoken of, kept secret, unmentioned, that is done without words, assumed as a matter of course, silent, implied, tacit, that exists in silence, secret, hidden, concealed, secretly, unobserved

tagāx, tagācisthat is apt to touch any thing, light-fingered

tellūs bibit cruōremthe earth is drenched with blood

tellūs pendet in āerethe earth is suspended in midair

tempestās cooritura storm is brewing, a storm is rising

tempus adventattime is drawing near

tempus intrō eundī nōn estnow is not a good time to go in

tempus mē iuvattime is playing for me, time is playing into my hands

tempus mihi prodesttime is playing for me, time is playing into my hands

tenētur eius avāritiahis stinginess is world-famous

tenue, tenuis nthat which is subtle

tercēnārius, tercēnāria, tercēnāriumbelonging to three hundred, soldier whose pay is three hundred sestertia

textum, textī nthat which is woven, web, that which is plaited together, that which is braided together, that which is fitted together, plait, texture, fabric

thēca, thēcae f that in which any thing is enclosed, envelope, hull, cover, case, sheath

tibi āctūtum chorda tenditurthe string (the rope) is already kept ready for you

tibi igitur hoc cēnseōso this is my advice to you

timōrī malum continēns estfear is followed by misfortune

tīnctilis, tīnctilein which something is dipped

tolerābile estit is tolerable to, it is acceptable to

torō mortuus compōnormy corpse is laid out

tōta ratiō iacetthe whole system is thrown over, the whole system is upset

tōtīs castrīs trepidāturthe whole camp is chaotic, the whole camp is in confusion

tōtīs trepidātur castrīsthe whole camp is in turmoil

tōtum in eō est, ut ...everything is based on the fact that, it depends only on the fact that

trāduntone is handed down, they are handed down, it is said, it is recorded, they say

trahit sua quemque voluptāseveryone is guided by his own wishes

trāiectīcius, trāiectīcia, trāiectīciumthat is carried over sea, that is transported over sea

trāmen tantā rapiditāte vehitur, ut exorbitetthe train is so fast that it derails

trānsāctum est dē mēit is about me

trānsalpicus, trānsalpica, trānsalpicumthat is or lies beyond the Alps, transalpine

trānsalpīnus, trānsalpīna, trānsalpīnumthat is or lies beyond the Alps, transalpine

trānsfretānus, trānsfretāna, trānsfretānumthat is beyond the sea, transmarine

trānslātīvus, trānslātīva, trānslātīvumbelonging to transference, that is to be transferred, translative

trānsmontānus, trānsmontāna, trānsmontānumthat is beyond the mountains, tramontane

trānspadāneus, trānspadānea, trānspadāneumthat is beyond the Po, Transpadane

trānspadānus, trānspadāna, trānspadānumthat is beyond the Po, Transpadane

trānsrhēnānus, trānsrhēnāna, trānsrhēnānumthat is beyond the Rhine, Transrhenish

trecēnārius, trecēnāria, trecēnāriumbelonging to three hundred, soldier whose pay is three hundred sestertia

tribus scālīs habitōmy apartment is on the third floor, live up three stairs

tripālis, tripālethat has three stakes, that is propped up by three pales

trīste lupus stabulīssomething perishable is the wolf for the stable

trūsātilis, trūsātilethat is pushed, that may be pushed

tuā rēfertit matters to you, it is important for you

tuārum partium estit is your responsibility

tumultuārius, tumultuāria, tumultuāriumbelonging to bustle, belonging to hurry, belonging to tumult, brought hurriedly together, raised hastily, raised suddenly, that is done in a hurry, that is done hurried, that happens hasty, that is done sudden, that happens confused, that is done irregular

tumultuārius, tumultuāria, tumultuāriumthat happens disorderly, that is done tumultuary, unpremeditated, improvised

tumultūs in Turchiā lātius vaganturthe unrest in Turkey is spreading

das Hemd ist mir näher als der Rockmy tunic is nearer than my cloak, near is my shirt, but nearer is my skin

turget mihi uxormy wife is angry with me

turget mihi uxormy wife is angry with me

turris dē caelō percutiturthe tower is hit by lightning

turris pluviō vāpulat austrōthe tower is whipped by the south wind

turris triginta pedes alta estthe tower is thirty feet high

tūtēlātus, tūtēlāta, tūtēlātumthat is under protection

tuum estit is thy part, it is thy duty, it is thy custom

tympanītēs, tympanītae mone who is afflicted with tympanites, a dropsical person

tympanīticus, tympanīticī mone who is afflicted with tympanites, a dropsical person

ūbi ūber, ibi tūberwhere an udder, there is a swelling

ulmitriba, ulmitribae melm-rubber, one that wears out elms, one that is often beaten with elm-rods

ulter, tra, trum [ulterior, ultimus] (Positiv nur in den Ablativformen ultrō, ultrā)that is beyond, that is on the other side

ulterior, ulteriusfarther, on the farther side, that is beyond

ultrāmundānus, ultrāmundāna, ultrāmundānumthat is beyond the world, ultra-mundane, , aboveworldly, transcend the world

umbrāticola, umbrāticolae cone who is fond of the shade, effeminate person, lounger

ūna et cōnsentiēns vōx estthe opinion about it is unanimous, there is a unanimous voice

urbs frequentiā crēscitthe population of the city is growing, the city is growing in population

urbs luctū cōnsēditthe city is sunk in mourning

urbs marī alluiturthe city is washed by the sea

urbs sitū ad aspectum praeclāra estthe location of the city is very beautiful

urbs solō tenus dēiecta estthe city is destroyed to the ground, the city is razed to the ground

urbs ūsque ad solum dīruta estthe city is destroyed to the ground, the city is razed to the ground

ūsitātum estit is something in common use

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

ūssūrārius, ūssūrāria, ūssūrāriumthat serves for use, that is fit for use, of which one has the use or enjoyment, belonging to interest, belonging to usury, that pays interest

ūsū receptum estit is a traditional custom, it is an old fashioned custom

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

ūsū receptum estit's in fashion, it is fashionable

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

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

ūsūrārius, ūsūrāria, ūsūrāriumthat serves for use, that is fit for use, of which one has the use or enjoyment, belonging to interest, belonging to usury, that pays interest

ūsūrārius, ūsūrāria, ūsūrāriumthat serves for use, that is fit for use, of which one has the use or enjoyment, belonging to interest, belonging to usury, that pays interest

ūsūrpātiō, ūsūrpātiōnis fa using by another party, whereby a prescription or usucaption is interrupted

ūsūrpātum estit is usual, it is customary

ūsus adestthe need is present, the need exists

ūsus estthere is the need, it is necessary

ut assoletas is wont to happen, as is customary, as usual

ut est captus Germānōrumas it is the opinion of the Germanic peoples

ut in circulīs mōs estas is customary before a street audience

ut inter omnēs cōnstatas is well known, as everyone knows

ut omnēs sciuntas everyone knows, as is well known

ut omnibus nōtum estas everyone knows, as is well known

ut quisque fortūnā ūtitur, ita praecelleteveryone is the smith of his own fortune

ūtendum est animīs, dum spē calentone must forge the iron while it is hot

ūtile est + aciit is useful, it is of use

utinam nē abīret! (unerfüllbar / Gegenwart)oh, he would not go away! (unfortunately he is going away)

utpoteas is natural, naturally, as namely, namely, as being, as, seeing that, inasmuch as, since

vacantia, vacantium nthat which is superfluous, that which is useless

vacantia, vacantium nthat which is superfluous, that which is useless

vacāre, vacat, vacāvitthere is time for, there is room for, there is leisure for, it is permitted

vātēs bacchāturthe seer is racing

velchoose, take your choice, or (if you will), or else, or (at your pleasure), or (at least), or (it is indifferent), or (what is the same thing), or even, if you will, or indeed, or … itself, even, assuredly, certainly

vēlōcitās corporis celeritās appellāturthe speed of a body is called quickness

vēnātiō, vēnātiōnis fhunting, chase, venery, hunting spectacle, hunt, battue, combat of wild beasts, that which is been hunted, that which has been hunted, game

ventus āeris est fluorwind is a stream of air, wind is a flow of air, wind is an air stream

ventus caditthe wind dies down, the wind is dying down

ventus cessatthe wind dies down, the wind is dying down

ventus sōlāris est fluentum particulārum ēlectricā vī imbūtārumthe solar wind is a stream of electrically charged particles

vēre novōin the spring that has just arrived, in the spring that is now beginning, in this spring

verendum est, nē ...it is to be feared that

verendus, verenda, verendumthat is to be feared, that is to be reverenced, awful, venerable, fearful, terrible

vereor, nē nōn licueritfear that it is not possible, unfortunately it will not work

vēridicus, vēridica, vēridicumthat is truly said, true, veritable

vērīsimile estit is likely, it is probable

vērīsimile est aliquem commīsisseit is likely that one has committed a crime

verminat aurismy ear itches, my ear is itching,

vertīgine tēctum ambulatthe house is spinning before my eyes, the house turns before my eyes

vērum estit is justified, it is well founded

vērum estit is reasonable

vērum estit is right and proper, it is right and fair, it is right and just

vērum, vērī nwhat is true, what is real, the truth, the reality, the fact

vetitum, vetitī nwhat is forbidden, what is prohibited, a forbidden thing, a prohibited thing, prohibition

victrīx, victrīcis fshe that is victorious, conqueress, victress

vidē, ut caelum blandiātursee how tempting the weather is

vidēlicetit is easy to see, it is clear, it is evident, clearly, plainly, evidently, manifestly, it is very plain, of course, forsooth

vinclum, vinclī nthat with which any thing is bound, band, bond, rope, cord, fetter, tie

vinculum, per quod rēs pūblica cohaeretthe bond by which the state is held together

vinculum, vinculī nthat with which any thing is bound, band, bond, rope, cord, fetter, tie

vīnum aut asperum aut lēne aut austērum aut dulce estwine is either tart or mild or sour or sweet

violentia aegrēscitviolence is on the rise

vir īnsīgnī prudentiā (est)a particularly smart man (the man is particularly smart)

virtūs est propter sē expetendavirtue is desirable for its own sake

virtūs hoc habet, ut...it is in the nature of virtue that

virtūs Rōmāna turpiter spoliāturRoman bravery is shamefully exposed

virtūte fōrmae ēvēnit, ut ...the beauty is due to the fact that , , ,

virtūtis estit is a sign of courage

vīta multīs cāsibus subiacetlife is subject to many vicissitudes

vītae fīnis adestthe end of life is approaching, the end of life is imminent

vīvum, vīvī nthat which is alive, capital

vocārī, vocor, vocātus summy name is

volēns, volentisone who wishes, one who intends, one who is about, one who is willing, one who consents, one who does a thing voluntarily

velle, volō, voluīwish, want, intend, purpose, propose, be willing, consent, mean, will, it is my will, it is my purpose, it is my intention, it is my plan, it is my policy

volūbilis, volūbilethat is turned round, that turns itself round, turning, spinning, whirling, circling, rolling, revolving, rapid, fluent, voluble, changeable, mutable

volupestit is my pleasure, it is to my satisfaction, it makes me happy

vomitiō, vomitiōnis fspewing, vomiting, that which is vomited, vomit

vomitium, vomitiī nspewing, vomiting, that which is vomited, vomit

vomitus, vomitūs mthrowing up, vomiting, that which is thrown up by vomiting, a vomit, a disgusting fellow, a puke

vōtum est, ut ...there is a desire that, it is to be wished that

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

zēlōtēs, zēlōtae m (Akk. zēlōtēn) one that loves with jealousy, one that is jealous

2. Formbestimmung:

Wortform von: is
[83] Nom. Sgl. von is, ea, id | eius | ei (eī) | eum, eam, id | eō, eā, eō | iī (eī, ī), eae, ea | eōrum, eārum, eōrum | eīs (iīs, īs) | eōs, eās, ea | eīs (iīs, īs)
dieser, diese, dieses (er, sie, es); derjenige, diejenige, dasjenige (vor Relativpron.); so beschaffen (vor Konsekutivsatz);
[21] 2. Sgl. Ind. Prs. Akt. von īre, eō, iī (īvī), itum
gehe; reise; reite; segele; marschiere; gehe dahin; vergehe; gehe von statten;

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