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Ad rem: [112] Etiamsi furcas irrides, melius ideo non poteris meare.
(4) Bei Wendungen findet man ggf. die vollständige Wendung, bzw. einzelne Wörter

   
longae: ā ē ī ō ū ӯ Ā Ē Ī Ō Ū - breves: ă ĕ ĭ ŏ ŭ Ă Ĕ Ĭ Ŏ Ŭ

Suchergebnis zu
"on that side":

1. Wörterbuch und Phrasen:

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





In Wendungen bleiben als Einzelwörter unberücksichtigt: on -


query 1/E (max. 1000): 8 Ergebnis(se)
Hauptquelle: Lewis and Short
nec citrā nec ultrāneither on that side nor on this, neither backwards nor forwards

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

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

ultrō ac citrōon this side and on that, this way and that, to and fro, on both sides, mutually

ultrō citrōon this side and on that, this way and that, to and fro, on both sides, mutually

ultrō citrōquecriss-cross, crisscross, all over the place, on this side and on that, this way and that, to and fro, on both sides, mutually

ultrō citrōqueon this side and on that, this way and that, to and fro, on both sides, mutually

ultrō et citrōon this side and on that, this way and that, to and fro, on both sides, mutually



query 1/2D (max. 100): 2 Ergebnis(se)
 Wortsuche im lateinisch - deutschen Georges bei Zeno.org.he that rests.painting of Protogenes, which represents a satyr as leaning idly against a tree.
(ἀναφώνησις)
anaphōnēsis, anaphōnēsis fanaphonesis, anaphonesis fWort- und Formsuche bei Van der GuchtWortsuche bei latein.me
 Wortsuche im lateinisch - deutschen Georges bei Zeno.orgsignalisieredēmōnstrāre, dēmōnstrō, dēmōnstrāvī, dēmōnstrātumdemonstro 1Wort- und Formsuche bei Van der GuchtWortsuche bei latein.me

query 1/E (max. 1000): 670 Ergebnis(se)
Hauptquelle: Lewis and Short
ā dextrāon the right, on the right side

ā latereon the side, in the flank

abaliudfrom the other side

abdicātrīx, abdicātrīcis fshe that renounces or disclaims any thing

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

abiūdicāre, abiūdicō, abiūdicāvī, abiūdicātumdeprive one of a thing by judicial sentence, declare that it does not belong to one, abjudicate

ablūtor, ōrisone that washes off, one that purifies

abmatertera, abmaterterae fgreat-greatgreat-aunt on the mother’s side

abnūtīvus, abnūtīva, abnūtīvumthat denies, negative

abortīvus, abortīva, abortīvumpertaining to a premature delivery, born prematurely, that causes abortion

abpatruus, abpatruī mgreat-greatgrand-uncle on the father’s side

absconditor, absconditōris mone that hides, one that conceals

accēdit, quod (ut)...on top of that, in addition to that

accēnsibilis, accēnsibilethat may be burnt, burning

acceptrīx, acceptrīcis fshe that receives

acceptum, acceptī nreceipt, credit side

accersītor, accersītōris mone that calls another, one that fetches another

accidentia, accidentiae fthat which happens, casual event, chance

accidere, accidit, accidit (ut...)it happens that, it comes to pass that, it happened that, it came to pass that

accīdere, accīdō, accīdī, accīsumbegin to cut, cut into, so to cut a thing that it falls, fell, cut, impair, weaken

accipitrīna haec nunc eritthe vulture will get that now

acervālis, acervālethat is heaped up

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

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

acūtor, acūtōris mone that sharpens, sharpener

adapertilis, adapertile , that may be opened,

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

adiūtrīx, adiūtrīcis fshe that helps, assistant, helper

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

admīrābilis, admīrābileworthy of admiration, admirable, wonderful, that produces wonder, wonderful, astonishing, strange, rare, paradoxical

admīrābilitās, admīrābilitātis fquality that produces admiration or wonder, admirableness, wonderfulness

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

admissor, admissōris mone that allows himself to do a thing, perpetrator

admonitor, admonitōris mhe that reminds one of something, he that admonishes one to something, monitor, one that urges to action, admonisher

admonitrīx, admonitrīcis fshe that reminds, she that admonishes, female monitor

adnatāre, adnatō, adnatāvī, adnatātumswim to, swim toward, swim along by, swim by the side of

adopertum, adopertī nthat which is mysterious, mystery

adoptātor, adoptātōris mone that adopts another, adopter

adōrĭōsus, adōrĭōsa, adōrĭōsumthat has often obtained the adorea, celebrated, honored, awarded

adparātor, adparātōris mone that prepares, preparer

adparātrīx, adparātrīcis fshe that prepares

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

adsidēre, adsideō, adsēdī, adsessumsit at one’s side, stand at one’s side, aid, assist one in the office of judge, be an assessor, attend upon, take care of, be busily about a thing, station one’s self before, be encamped before, sit down before, besiege, blockade, be like, resemble

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

adstāre, adstō, adstitīstand at, stand near, stand by, stand, await, stand at one’s side as counsel or aid, assist, still existing, still remaining, stand up, stand upright

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

adulterīnus, adulterīna, adulterīnumadulterous, not full-blooded, that has assumed the nature of something foreign, not genuine, false, counterfeit, impure

adūnātrīx, adūnātrīcis funifier, one that unites

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

adventor, adventōris mone that arrives, guest, visitor, one that comes to a pothouse, visitor, customer

adventōrius, adventōria, adventōriumthat pertains to an arrival, that pertains to a guest

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

aedificia vetustāte sublāpsabuildings that are dilapidated due to their age

aegrōtāticius, aegrōtāticia, aegrōtāticiumthat is often ill

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

aenigmatista, aenigmatistae mone that proposes riddles, one that speaks in riddles, enigmatist

aēnipēs, aēnipedis (ahēnipēs)that has feet of bronze, bronzefooted

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

aequālis, aequālethat can be put on an equality with, equal, like, of the same age, equally old, equal in years, contemporary, coeval, coexal, coexistent, of equal size, looking alike, resembling, similar, uniform, equable, unvarying, uniform, level, smooth, even, plain

aequiperābilis, aequiperābilethat may be compared, comparable

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

aerōsus, aerōsa, aerōsumthat contains many parts of copper

aerumnābilis, aerumnābilethat may be regarded as wretched or miserable, full of trouble, calamitous

aestimātor, aestimātōris mone that estimates a thing according to its value, valuer, appraiser, estimator

aeternābilis, aeternābilethat can last forever, everlasting

aevum remeō perāctumrelive the time that has passed

affābilis, affābilethat can be easily spoken to, easy of access, courteous, affable, kind, friendly

affectātor, affectātōris mone that strives for something

affectātrīx, affectātrīcis fshe that strives for a thing

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

affirmātīvēaffirmatively, in a way that expresses approval or agreement

affīxus sum alicuīnot leave someone's side

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

agēratos, agēratonplant that does not readily wither

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

aggressor, aggressōris mone that attacks, assailant, aggressor, robber

agilis, agilehat can be easily moved, easily movable, that moves easily, that moves quickly, nimble, agile, quick, rapid, sudden, hasty, precipitate in action, prompt, active, busy

agitābilis, agitābilethat can be easily moved, easily movable, light

agitātor, agitātōris mhe that puts a thing in motion, peasant, charioteer, combatant in the games of the circus

agitātrīx, agitātrīcis fshe that puts a thing in motion

agnātiō, agnātiōnis frelationship of the agnatus-consanguinity on the father’s side, being born after the last will or the death of the father, growing on a thing, growing to a thing

agnitiōnālis, agnitiōnālethat may be recognized, recognizable

agnitor, agnitōris mone that recognizes, one that understands, one that perceives

agnōscibilis, agnōscibilethat can be known, cognizable

ahēnipēs, ahēnipedisthat has feet of bronze, bronzefooted

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

algēnsis, algēnsethat supports itself on sea-weed, that lives upon sea-weed

algificus, algifica, algificumthat makes cold, chilling

aliās aliter...at one time in one way - at another in another, now so - now otherwise, now this - now that

alicuī persuādeō, ut ...persuade someone that

alicuī probōmake someone believe that

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

alicuius laterī adambulōwalk along by someone's side

alicuius partēs sequortake sides with someone, side with someone

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 aliā dīlāpsī suntsome escaped this way, others that other way

aliō atque aliō positus ventilorthrowing oneself back and forth soon in this position soon in that one

aliquem ad eam cōgitātiōnem addūcō, ut...make someone think that , , ,

aliquem admoneō ad aurem, ut ...whisper in someone's ear the reminder that , , ,

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 in meam sententiam addūcōwin someone over to one's opinion, win someone over to one's side

aliquem in meam sententiam trahōwin someone over to one's opinion, win someone over to one's side

aliquem iocārī animadvertōrealise that someone is joking

aliquem mendāciīs onerōlie to someone, lying to someone so much that the beams bend

aliquem nocentem ostendōprove that someone is causing harm

aliquid fore recipiōguarantee that something will happen, take it upon oneself to make something happen, vouch for something happening

aliquid tālesomething like that

aliquōs curūī meae circumpōnōlet some take a seat on either side of one' s curul chair

aliud aliī munerāturone is given this, the other that

alius aliāone this way, the other that way, each on a different path

alius ... alium ...one this, the other that

alius alibīthis one here, that one there

alius aliōone here, the other there, this one here, that one there, each in a different direction

alius aliō in locōone in that place, the other in that place, each elsewhere, each in a different place

alius aliusquethe one and the other, now this, now that

alius atque aliusthe one and the other, now this, now that

alius, deinde aliusthe one and the other, now this, now that, different

alius, post aliusthe one and the other, now this, now that, different

allacrimāns, allacrimantiscrying at that

allactāre, allactōbreastfeed simultaneously, breastfeed on the side

allector, allectōris mone that entices, one that allures, decoy, bait

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

alogos, alogondestitute of reason, irrational, one that does not correspond with another, irregular, which corresponds with no kind of measure

alogus, aloga, alogumdestitute of reason, irrational, one that does not correspond with another, irregular, which corresponds with no kind of measure

altāria, altārium nthat which was placed upon the altar proper (ara) for the burning of the victim, high altar, single altar

alternātiō, alternātiōnis finterchange, alternation, alternative, this or that

alterōrsuson the other side

altiiugus, altiiuga, altiiugumthat has a lofty summit

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

altrōvorsuson the other side, in the other direction

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

amābilis, amābilethat deserves to be loved, worthy of love, lovely, amiable

ambarvālis, ambarvālethat goes around the fields

ambifārius, ambifāria, ambifāriumthat has two sides, of double meaning, ambiguous

ambitiōsus, ambitiōsa, ambitiōsumgoing round, encompassing, embracing, twining round, making circuits, having many windings, that asks for a thing fawningly, that solicits the favor, that solicits the good-will, honor-loving, ambitious, courting favor

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

ambulātor, ambulātōris mone that walks about, idler, lounger, pedlar, hawker

ambulātōrius, ambulātōria, ambulātōriumthat moves about, movable, wavering, fickle, changeable, suitable for walking in

ambulātrīx, ambulātrīcis fshe that walks about, female lounger

amīcārius, amīcāriī mone that procures a mistress, procurer

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

amictus, amictūs mwrap, cape, poncho, manner of dressing, fashion, any clothing, mantle, cloak, herbage that clothes the ground, weeds, habits formed in early youth

amiculum, amiculī na garment that one throws about or on him, mantle, cloak

āmissibilis, āmissibilethat may be lost, loseable

amnicola, amnicolae cthat dwells upon a river, that grows by a river

amplificātrīx, amplificātrīcis fshe that enlarges, she that amplifies

amputātiō, amputātiōnis fpruning, lopping, amputation, part that has been cut off, cuttin

amurga, amurgae f watery part that flows out in pressing olives, lees of oil, dregs of oil

anor, or whether, or rather, or on the contrary, or indeed, or perhaps, shall we not say that, must we not think that

analecta, analectae mcrumb collector, he that collected the crumbs, left after a meal, that picked up words (said of parasites)

anapauomenos, anapauomenī mhe that rests, painting of Protogenes, which represents a satyr as leaning idly against a tree

anceps, ancipitisthat has two heads, twoheaded, two-peaked, double, that extends on two opposite sides, amphibious, twofold, uncertain, wavering, doubtful, dangerous, hazardous, perilous, critical, pernicious

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

animātor, animātōris mhe that quickens or animates, enlivener, encourager

animātrīx, animātrīcis fshe that quickens or animates, enlivener, enlivener

animōs audientium permoveō, ut...determine his listeners that

animōsus corruptorthat fears or avoids no expense or danger in bribery, a briber by passion

animum condocefaciō, ut ...lead to that

animum sēdulō adversō, nē ...precisely and persistently watch out that not, carefully watch out that not

agnātiō, agnātiōnis frelationship of the agnatus-consanguinity on the father’s side, being born after the last will or the death of the father, growing on a thing, growing to a thing

annatāre, annatō (adnatō), annatāvī, annatātumswim to, swim toward, swim along by, swim by the side of

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

annūntius, annūntia, annūntiumthat announces, that makes known

annus est in vīlitātein that year everything is cheap

annuus, annua, annuumthat lasts a year, that continues through a year, of a year’s duration, that returns every year, that recurs every year, that happens every year, yearly, annual

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

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

ānser Gallōs adesse canit, the goose announces that the Gauls are here,

antapocha, antapochae fthe writing by which a debtor showed that he had paid a debt

antārius, antāria, antāriumthat serves for raising up

anteambulō, anteambulōnis mforerunner, servant that went before distinguished personages to clear the way

antecessiō, antecessiōnis fa going before, a preceding, that which goes before, the antecedent cause

antecessor, antecessōris mhe that goes before, teachers or professors of law, predecessor in office

antecursor, antecursōris mhe that runs before, forerunner of the army, precursor, pioneer, forerunner

antēliī, antēliōrum mimages of gods that stood before the house door

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

anteparta, antepartōrum nthat which was previously acquired

anteperta, antepertōrum nthat which was previously acquired

anthrōpiānī, ōrum mAnthropomorphites, Anthropians, heretics that attributed to God a human form

anthrōpomorphītae, anthrōpomorphītārum mAnthropomorphites, Anthropians, heretics that attributed to God a human form

anticessor, anticessōris mhe that goes before, teachers or professors of law, predecessor in office

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

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

antisophista, antisophistae mcounter-sophist, a grammarian who takes the opposite side of a question

antisophistēs, antisophistae mcounter-sophist, a grammarian who takes the opposite side of a question

anxius, anxia, anxiumdistressed, solicitous, uneasy, troubled, anxious, that troubles, that awakens solicitude, that troublesome, prepared with anxious care

anxius, nē bellum orīreturworried that a war would break out

apertor, apertōris mhe that opens, he that begins

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

apiastra, apiastrae fbird that lies in wait for bees, bee-eater

apica, apicae fsheep that has no wool on the belly

apoclisis, apoclisis fevasion, leaning to the side, turning to the side

apocynon, apocynī nlittle bone in the left side of the venomous frog

apogēus, apogēa, apogēumthat comes from the land

apoproēgmena, apoproēgmenōrum nthat which is to be rejected

apopsis, apopsis feminence that furnishes an extensive view

apostatrīx, apostatrīcis fshe that apostatizes

apparāmentum, apparāmentī npreparing, preparation, that which is prepared

apparātor, apparātōris mone that prepares, preparer

apparātrīx, apparātrīcis fshe that prepares

appellātor, appellātōris mone that appeals, appellant

appendix, appendicis fthat which hangs to any thing, appendage, addition, supplement, accession, thorny shrub, barberrybush

appēnsor, appēnsōris mhe that weighs out, weigher

appetītor, appetītōris mone that strives for something, one that longs for something

appetītrīx, appetītrīcisshe that strives for something, she that longs for something

appetō, appetōnis mhe that strives eagerly for a thing, passionate nerd

appōnere, appōnō (adpōnō), apposuī, appositumplace at, put at, lay at, place by the side of a thing, apply to, add, unite, serve up, et before one, appoint or designate one to any service or duty, place in any station, join to as an aid

apprehēnsibilis, apprehēnsibilethat can be understood, intelligible

aptōta, aptōtōrum nsubstantives that are not declined, aptotes

apud mē ipse dēcīdō, ut ...come clean with oneself, that

aquae augur cornīxthe crow that brings the rain

aquātor, aquātōris mone that fetches water, water-carrier

arābilis, arābilethat can be ploughed, arable

arātor, arātōris mone that ploughs, ploughman, husbandman, farmer, cultivator of public lands for a tenth of the produce, a constellation

arbiter, arbitrī mhe that rules over, he that governs, he that manages something, lord, ruler, master, executor, fulfiller

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

arbor in altitūdinem auctatree that has grown into the sky

arcessītor, arcessītōris mone that calls another, one that fetches another

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

archisynagōgus, archisynagōgī mthe priest that was chief ruler of the synagogue

architriclīnus, architriclīnī mone that presides at the table, the master of a feast

arcuballistārius, arcuballistāriī mhe that shoots with an arcuballista, crossbowman

arculārius, arculāriī mone that makes little boxes, one that makes jewel-caskets

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

argūmenta reciprocaevidence that turns against the one who brings it forward

argūmentātor, argūmentātōris mhe that adduces proof, arguer

argūmentātrīx, argūmentātrīcis fshe that adduces proof, female arguer

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

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

arma circumferōturn this way and that in the fight, turn soon here, soon there in battle

armilla ex millēsimīs Mercūriī factaa bracelet that was vowed (but not given) to Mercury as a thousandth of the prize

arrogāre, arrogō (adrogō), arrogāvī, arrogātumask of one, inquire of one, question, add one officer to another, associate with, place by the side of, take in the place of a child, adopt, appropriate, claim as one’s own, arrogate to one’s self, assume, adjudge something to another as his own, confer upon

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

assidēre, assideō (adsideō), assēdī, assessumsit at one’s side, stand at one’s side, be at one’s side, aid, assist one in the office of judge, be an assessor, attend upon, take care of, be busily about a thing, be assiduously engaged about a thing

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

astāre, astō (adstō), astitīstand at, stand near, stand by, stand, await, stand at one’s side as counsel or aid, assist, still existing, still remaining, stand up, stand upright

coniūnctiōnēs adiūnctīvaeconjunctions that govern the subj, mood

damnum adiūnctumCollateral damage, accompanying damage, edge damage, undesirable side effect

damnum collaterāleCollateral damage, accompanying damage, edge damage, undesirable side effect

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

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

eō accēdit, quod (ut)...on top of that, in addition to that

frūctus adventīciusadditional profit, side profit

gladiolus segetālisa weed that grows among green corn

herba vēsīcālisplant that cures pain in the bladder, bladder-wort

hoc hominis agrestis estthat is boorishness

homō tenebrāriusfellow that shuns the light, giddy fellow, obscure person

hūc accēdit, quod (ut)...on top of that, in addition to that

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

īnferior, īnferiusthat is farther beneath, lower, farther down

inhūmānus, inhūmāna, inhūmānumnot suitable to the human condition, that does not befit a human being, unpolished, uncivil, unmannerly, ill-bred, churlish, discourteous, superhuman, godlike

ipse vīderithe may watch himself, I don't care about that, it's none of my business

per deōs adiūrōswear by the gods that

pertināx, pertinācisthat holds fast, that clings firmly, very tenacious, firm, constant, steadfast, persevering, unyielding, obstinate, pertinacious, stubborn

saxificus, saxifica, saxificumthat turns into stone

scandalum, scandalī nthat which causes one to stumble, a stumblingblock

scānsilis, scānsilethat may be climbed

scībilis, scībilethat can be known, knowable, discernible

scissilis, scissilethat may easily be split, cleft, rent

scrīptilis, scrīptilethat can be written

secābilis, secābilethat may be cut, cuttable, separable, divisible

sectilis, sectilecut, cleft, divided, that may be cut

sectrīx, sectrīcis fshe that purchases confiscated goods

secūtor, secūtōris mone that follows another, follower, attendant, pursuer

secūtor, secūtōris mone that follows another, follower, attendant, pursuer

secūtor, secūtōris mone that follows another, follower, attendant, pursuer

secūtulēius, secūtulēia, usecūtulēimthat follows after others, that runs after others, man crazy

sēductibilis, sēductibilethat may be misled, that may be seduced, seducible

sēductilis, sēductilethat may be misled, that may be seduced, seducible

sēductrīx, trīcis fshe that seduces, seductress

sellārius, sellāriī mone that practises lewdness upon a settle

sēmentīnus, sēmentīna, sēmentīnumbelonging to seed, belonging to sowing, that occur at seed time, proper for sowing

sēmentīvus, sēmentīva, sēmentīvumbelonging to seed, belonging to sowing, that occur at seed time, proper for sowing

sēnsibilis, sēnsibilethat can be perceived by the senses, sensible, perceptible, endowed with feeling, capable of perceiving

sēnsificātor, sēnsificātōristhat produces sensation

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

sēparābilis, sēparābilethat may be separated, separable

sēparātor, sēparātōris mhe that separates, separator

sēparātrīx, sēparātrīcis fshe that separates

sepelībilis, sepelībilethat may be buried, that may be hidden, that may be concealed

sequēla, sequēlae fthat which follows, follower result, consequence, sequel

sequentia, sequentiae fthat which follows, sequence, context

sequestrātor, sequestrātōris mone that hinders, one that impedes, preventer, inhibitor

serrābĭlis, serrābĭlethat may be sawn

servābilis, servābilethat can be kept, that can be preserved, preservable, that can be saved, that can be saved rescued

servātrīx, servātrīcis fshe that keeps, she that preserves, female savior, female deliverer

sīcso, thus, in this manner, in that manner, in such a manner, in the same way, in the same manner, in like manner, likewise, to this extent, to this degree, to such a degree, in this state, in that state, in this condition, in that condition, in such a condition

siccābilis, siccābilethat makes dry, drying

siccātīvus, siccātīva, siccātīvumthat makes dry, drying, siccative

siccātōrius, siccātōria, siccātōriumthat makes dry, drying

siccificus, siccifica, siccificumthat makes dry, drying

sīgnificābilis, sīgnificābilethat has meaning, significative

sīgnificātiōnem faciōto give somebody to understand that

sīgnum dōto give somebody to understand that

silicārius, silicāriī mone that paves roads with pebble stones, pavior

simplāris, simplārethat receives a single ration

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

sinister, sinistra, sinistrumleft, on the left, on the left hand, on the left side, awkward, wrong, perverse, improper, unlucky, injurious, adverse, unfavorable, ill, bad

sinistrōrsumtowards the left side, to the left

sinistrōrsustowards the left side, to the left

sinistrōversumtowards the left side, to the left

sinistrōversustowards the left side, to the left

sinistrum, sinistrī nleft side

siptachorās, siptachorae mtree in India that yields amber

sobrīna, sobrīnae fmaternal cousin, maternal niece, cousin by the mother’s side

solidāmen, solidāminis nthat which makes firm, that which makes solid, strengthener

solidāmentum, solidāmentī nthat which makes firm, that which makes solid, strengthener

solidātrīx, solidātrīcis fshe that makes firm, she that makes solid, strengthener

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

soloecista, soloecistae mone that speaks faultily, one that commits solecisms

soloecophanes, soloecophanis nthat which appears to be a solecism

solūbilis, solūbilethat may be loosed, that may be taken apart, dissolvable, loosening, relaxing

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

solūtrīx, solūtrīcis fshe that looses, she that sets free

sorbilis, sorbilethat may be sucked, that may be supped up

sōspitātrīx, sōspitātrīcis fshe that saves, she that delivers

spādicārius, spādicāriī mone that dyes a chestnut-brown color

sparsilis, sparsilethat may be scattered, that may be dispersed

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

speculābilis, speculābilethat may be seen, visible

spērābilis, spērābilethat may be hoped for

sphondylē, sphondylēs finsect that lives in the ground, and gnaws the roots of trees

spīrābilis, spīrābilethat may be breathed, good to breathe, breathable, respirabl, that serves to sustain life, vital, that can breathe, fitted for breathing, respiratory

spoliābilis, spoliābilethat can be stripped off

spoliātrīx, spoliātrīcis fshe that robs, she that pillages, she that spoils

spondylē, spondylēs finsect that lives in the ground, and gnaws the roots of trees

spūtātilicus, spūtātilica, spūtātilicumthat deserves to be spit at, abominable, detestable

stabilis, stabilethat stands firm, firm, steadfast, steady, stable

stasimum, stasimī nthat part of a poem which was sung standing

statūmen, statūminis nthat upon which any thing rests, support, stay, prop

stēlis, stēlidis f (Akk. Sgl. stēlin)mistletoe that grows upon firs and larches

stericula, stericulae fthe womb of a sow that has never borne young

sterilicula, steriliculae fthe womb of a sow that has never borne young

sternāx, sternācisthat throws to the ground, that throws his rider, that fall prostrate

stimulātrīx, stimulātrīcis fshe that pricks on, she that instigates, she that stimulates

storax, storacis ma tree, the resinous gum of that tree, storax

strabō, strabōnis m (στράβων)that has distorted eyes, one who squints strongly, one who squints strongly, squinter, envious person, jealous person

strāmentum, strāmentī nthat which serves for spreading, that which serves for littering, straw, litter, straw-bed, covering, rug, coverlet, housing

strangulābilis, strangulābilethat can be choked, that can be strangled

strangulātrīx, strangulātrīcis fshe that chokes, she that strangles

strictivella, strictivellae fthat plucks off her hair

strictivilla, strictivillae fthat plucks off her hair

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

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

striga, strigae f (2)woman that brings harm to children, hag, witch

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

strittivilla, strittivillae fthat plucks off her hair

strophōsus, strophōsa, strophōsumthat has the gripes

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

strufertārius, strufertāriī mwho makes offerings near a tree that has been struck by lightning

strūmea, strūmeae fherb that cures the strumaa

strūmus, strūmī ma plant that cures the struma, called also strychnos and cuculus

stultividus, stultivida, stultividumsimple-sighted, that sees things in a foolish light

suādibilis, suādibilethat may be persuaded, persuasive

suāvilūdius, suāvilūdiī mone that delights in plays, lover of plays

subagitātrīx, subagitātrīcis fshe that indulges in illicit intercourse, lascivious woman

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

subigitātrīx, subigitātrīcis fshe that indulges in illicit intercourse, lascivious woman

subis, subis fkind of bird that breaks eagles’ eggs

subitus, subita, subitumthat has come on suddenly, that has come on unexpectedly, sudden, unexpected

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

subsecundārius, subsecundāria, subsecundāriumthat comes afterwards, additional

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

substantia, substantiae fthat of which a thing consists, the being, essence, contents, material, substance, fortune, property, worldly goods

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

subtīlis ille disputātorthe thoroughness of that philosopher

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

succēdāneus, succēdānea, succēdāneumthat follows after, that succeeds to something, that supplies the place of something, substituted, succedaneous

succīdāneus, succīdānea, succīdāneumthat follows after, that succeeds to something, that supplies the place of something, substituted, succedaneous

succīdia, succīdiae fleg of meat cut off, side of meat cut off, leg of pork, flitch of bacon, slaughtering

succīsīvus, succīsīva, succīsīvumthat is cut off and left remaining

succutāneus, succutānea, succutāneumthat is beneath the skin, subcutaneous

sūcīdia, sūcīdiae fleg of meat cut off, side of meat cut off, leg of pork, flitch of bacon, slaughter

sūdātor, sūdātōris mone that perspires easily or copiously

sūdātrīx, sūdātrīcis fshe that sweats, she that causes sweating

sufflābilis, sufflābilethat can be breathed, breathable

sūminātus, sūmināta, sūminātumbelonging to a sow’s udder, that has the paps on

sūmptuōsus, sūmptuōsa, sūmptuōsumvery expensive, very costly, that costs much, dear, expensive, sumptuous, spending much, lavish, wasteful, extravagant

supellecticārius, supellecticāriī mthat have the care of household stuff, that have the care of furniture

super quam, quodbesides that

super, supera, superumthat is above, upper, higher

superābilis, superābilethat may be got over, that may be surmounted, that may be overcome, that may be subdued, conquerable, superable

superātrīx, superātrīcis fshe that conquers

superbificus, superbifica, superbificumproud-making, that renders proud

supercaelestis, supercaelestethat is above the heavens, super-celestial

supercoelestis, supercoelestethat is above the heavens, super-celestial

superficiēs, superficiēī fthe upper side of a thing, top, surface, building

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

superquamfurthermore, besides that

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

superstitiō, superstitiōnis fexcessive fear of the goas, unreasonable religious belief, superstition, excessive regard, scrupulous observance, object that inspires dread

superterrēnus, superterrēna, superterrēnumthat is above the earth, superterrene

superus, supera, superumthat is above, upper, higher

suppetiae, suppetiārum fthat which comes to aid one, aid, assistance, succor

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

supplicātor, supplicātōris mone that prays humbly, suppliant

suppositōrius, suppositōria, suppositōriumthat is placed underneath

suppostrīx, suppostrīcis fshe that fraudulently exchanges, she that fraudulently substitutes

suprāon the upper side, on the top, above, before, formerly, previously,

suspectus, suspecta, suspectummistrusted, suspected, that excites suspicion, uncertain, critical, dangerous, suspicious, distrustful

suspendiōsus, suspendiōsī mone that has hanged himself

suspicāx, suspicācisapt to suspect, distrustful, suspicious, that excites mistrust, suspicious

suspīciōsus, suspīciōsa, suspīciōsummistrustful, ready to suspect, suspicious, that excites mistrust, that excites suspicion, suspicious

sūtum, sūtī nthat which is made of plates fastened together

syntrophus, syntrophī mthat has been brought up with another

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

tāctilis, tāctilethat may be touched, tangible

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

tamennotwithstanding, nevertheless, for all that, however, yet, still

tamenetsīnotwithstanding that, although, though

tametsīnotwithstanding that, although, though

tangibilis, tangibilethat may be touched, tangible

tantā virtūteso virtuous that

tardābilis, tardābilethat renders slow

tarmes, tarmitis mworm that eats wood, woodworm

tēctor, tēctōris mone that overlays walls with plaster or with stucco, plasterer, pargeter

tēctōrius, tēctōria, tēctōriumbelonging to covering, belonging to a cover, that belongs to or serves for covering or overlaying walls, ceilings, floors

tegō latus alicuīgo to someone's side, step aside somebody

tēla, tēlae fweb, threads that run lengthwise in the loom, warp, weaver’s beam, yarn-beam, loom, plan, design

telamō, telamōnis mmale figure that supports an entablature

telamōn, telamōnis mmale figure that supports an entablature

tēlum, tēlī nweapon used for fighting at a distance, missile weapon, missile, dart, spear, javelin, offensive weapon of any kind, sword, dagger, poniard, axe, sunbeam, lightning, stitch in the side, weapon, shaft, dart

temerārius, temerāria, temerāriumthat happens by chance, accidental, casual, rash, heedless, thoughtless, imprudent, inconsiderate, indiscreet, unadvised, audacious

tempora commūniacircumstances that affect everyone

tempus māximum est, ut...it's high time that

tentipellium, tentipelliī nthat which stretches out a skin or hide, hidestretcher, leather-stretcher

tenue, tenuis nthat which is subtle

terēdō, terēdinis fworm that gnaws wood, worm that gnaws clothing, wood fretter, moth

termes, termitis mworm that eats wood, woodworm

terricula, terriculae fthing that excites terror, thing that frights

terrificus, terrifica, terrificumthat causes terror, frightful, terrific

tēstābilis, tēstābilethat has a right to give testimony

tēstātrīx, tēstātrīcis fshe that makes a will or testament, testatrix, female witness, female testifier

testimōnium, testimōniī nwitness, evidence, attestation, testimony, that which serves as proof, proof, evidence

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

thermanticus, thermantica, thermanticumthat serves for warming, warming

thūrifer, thūrifera, thūriferumthat offers frankincense, idolaters, heathen

thūrifer, thūrifera, thūriferumcense-bearing, that bears incense, that yields incense, that produces incense

thūrificātor, thūrificātōris mone that offers incense to the gods, idolater

tintinniāla, tintinniālae fbeast that flaps its wings

tippula, tippulae finsect that runs swiftly over the water, water-spider, water-spinner

tolerābilis, tolerābilethat may be borne, bearable, supportable, endurable, passable, tolerable, enduring, sustaining, supporting

tolerandus, toleranda, tolerandumthat may be borne, bearable, supportable, endurable

tōnsilis, tōnsilethat may be shorn, that may be cut, that may be clipped, shorn, clipped, cut, lopped

torquēre, torqueō, torsī, tortumit torments me that, it pains me that, it tortures me that

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

tractābilis, tractābilethat may be touched, that may be handled, that may be taken hold of, that may be wrought, tractable, pliant, yielding, manageable

tractuōsus, tractuōsa, tractuōsumthat draws to itself, clammy, gluey, viscous

trahāx, trahācisthat draws every thing to himself, greedy, covetous

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

trāiector, trāiectōris mthat pierces through, piercer

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

trāns + Akk.across, over, beyond, on the farther side of, through, through and through

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

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

trānsīre, trānseō, trānsiī (trānsīvī), trānsitumgo over, go across, cross over, pass over, pass by, pass, go over to a party, go over to a side, go over into any thing, pass over into any thing, be changed into a thing, transformed into a thing

trānsfretānus, trānsfretāna, trānsfretānumthat is beyond the sea, transmarine

trānsfugere, trānsfugiō, trānsfūgī, trānsfugitumflee over to the other side, go over to the enemy, desert

trānsgressīvus, trānsgressīva, trānsgressīvumthat passes over into another class, transgressive

trānsilis, trānsilethat leaps across, that goes across

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

trānsmeābilis, trānsmeābilethat may be passed through, passable

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

trānsvolō in alteram partemrush over to the other side

tribūnīcius, tribūnīciī mone that has been a tribune, an ex-tribune

trientālis, trientālethat contains a third of a foot

trifer, trifera, triferumthricebearing, that bears fruit three times a year

trimēnstria, trimēnstrium nseeds that ripen three months after sowing

trimēstria, trimēstrium nseeds that ripen three months after sowing

trimēstris, trimēstrethree months old, that ripens in three months, that remain with us but three months

trimodia, trimodiae fvessel that contains three modii, three-peck measure

trimodium, trimodiī nvessel that contains three modii, three-peck measure

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

triplicābilis, triplicābilethat can be tripled, that can be threefold, that can be triple

triptōton, triptōtī nnoun that has only three cases

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

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

trūsātilis, trūsātilethat is pushed, that may be pushed

tuam lēnitātem perpetuam fore spērōI hope for the permanence of your mildness, I hope that your leniency will persist

tumthen, at that time, on that occasion, at such a time of the year, at such a time of the day, at such a season, in such circumstances, in this instance

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 suburbiō ortī extendēbanturthe riots that had begun in the suburbs spread, the riots that had started in the suburbs spread

tuncthen, at that time, at such a time, at such a season, in this instance, under these circumstances, and then

tunc māximēchiefly at that time, especially then, just then

tunc temporisat that time, at that point in time

turbātrīx, turbātrīcis fshe that troubles, she that disquiets, she that disturbs

turben, turbinis nthat which spins or twirls round, whirlwind, hurricane, tornado, storm, spinning-top, whipping-top, reel, spindle, whirling motion, whirl, twirl, twist, rotation, revolution, round, circle

turbō, turbinis mthat which spins round, that which twirls round, whirlwind, hurricane, tornado, storm, spinning-top, whipping-top, reel, whirl, spindle, whirling motion, twirl, twist, rotation, revolution, round, circle

turbus, turbī mthat which spins round, that which twirls round, whirlwind, hurricane, tornado, storm, spinning-top, whipping-top, reel, whirl, spindle, whirling motion, twirl, twist, rotation, revolution, round, circle

tūrifer, tūrifera, tūriferumthat offers frankincense, idolaters, heathen

tūrifer, tūrifera, tūriferumcense-bearing, that bears incense, that yields incense, that produces incense

tūrificātor, tūrificātōris mone that offers incense to the gods, idolater

tūtēlātus, tūtēlāta, tūtēlātumthat is under protection

tympanītēs, tympanītae mkind of dropsy that swells the belly like a drum, tympanites

ūber, ūberis n (οὖθαρ)teat, pap, dug, udder, breast that gives suck, fruitful breast, mass in the shape of an udder, richness, fruitfulness, fertility

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

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

ultrāon the other side, beyond, farther, over, more, besides, farther, later

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

ultrātus, ultrāta, ultrātumlocated on the other side, located further towards

ultrīx, ultrīcis fshe that avenges, avenger

ultrōto the farther side, beyond, on the other side, afar, away, off, superfluously, gratuitously, wantonly, on his part, on their part, of himself, of themselves, of one’s own accord, without being asked, spontaneously, voluntarily, of his own motion

umbra, umbrae fshade, shadow, uninvited guest, attendant, shady place, that which gives a shadow, trace, obscure sign, obscure image, faint appearance, imperfect copy, imperfect representation, semblance, pretence, cover, protection, rest, leisure

ūmificus, ūmifica, ūmificumthat renders moist, moistening

unā faciō cum aliquōbelong to someone's party, stand by someone, be at someone's side

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

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

undifragus, undifraga, undifragumwave-breaking, that breaks the waves

undique circumfūsae molestiaethe harassment that comes from all sides

unguium tenācitāsholding claws, clinging claws, claws that hold on

ūnicuba, ūnicubae fthat has lain with but one husband

ūniiugus, ūniiuga, ūniiugumhaving one yoke, fastened to a single yoke, fastened to a single cross-beam, that has been married only once

Ūniōnītae, Ūniōnītārum mUnionites, Unitarians, religious sect that denied the Trinity

ūniversum prope genus hūmānum in sē circumagitbring almost the entire humanity on his side

ūnivira, ūnivirae fwoman that has had only one husband

ūniviria, ūniviriae fwoman that has had only one husband

ūnivocus, ūnivoca, ūnivocumthat has but one meaning, univocal

ūnum illud extimēscēbam, nē quid turpiter facerembut I was afraid that I would do something shameful, only that I was afraid to do something shameful

urbis tumultushorror that the houses of the city could collapse

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

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

ūsūrpābilis, ūsūrpābilethat may be used

ūsūrpātrīx, ūsūrpātrīcis fshe that assumes or takes to herself without right

ut mihi supersit, suppetat, superstitetthat I have plenty of it

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

ūtēnsilis, ūtēnsilethat may be used, fit for use, of use, useful

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

utrālibeton whichever of two sides, on either side

utrālibeton whichever of two sides, on either side

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

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

utrobīdemon both sides, on each or either side

utrōlibetto either one of two sides, to either side

utrubīdemon both sides, on each or either side

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

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

vagantēs fābulaestories that are always told differently

vānus, vāna, vānumthat contains nothing, empty, void, vacant, idle, null, groundless, unmeaning, fruitless, vain, false, lying, deceptive, delusive, untrustworthy, weak, wavering, vainglorious, ostentatious, boastful

vappa, vappae fwine that has lost its spirit and flavor, palled wine, flat wine, vapid wine, a spoiled fellow, a worthless fellow, a good-fornothing

vāpulāris, vāpulārethat gets a flogging

vāricātor, vāricātōris mone that walks with his legs spread apart, straddler

vectābilis, vectābilethat can be carried, portable

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

vector, vectōris mone that bears any thing, one that carries any thing, one that conveys any thing any thing, bearer, carrier, horse, rider, traveller, passenger, horseman

vectrīx, vectrīcisshe that carries, she that transports

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

vēndibilis, vēndibilethat may be sold, salable, vendible, acceptable, agreeable, popular

vēnditrīx, vēnditrīcis fshe that sells, she that vends

venēnum, venēnī npotion, juice, drug, potion that destroys life, poison, venom, magical potion, charm, seduction, coloring material, color, dye, paint, drug used in embalming

venīlia, venīliae fwave that floats to the beach

venus, veneris fthe goddess of Love, the planet Venus, love, sexual love, venery, beloved object, beloved, quality that excite love, loveliness, attractiveness, beauty, grace, elegance, charms, highest throw at dice

verba secunda īraewords that favor anger

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

vēredicus, vēredica, vēredicumthat speaks the truth, truth-telling, veracious, veridical

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

vēricola, vēricolae cthat cultivates the truth, that regards the truth

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

vēridicus, vēridica, vēridicumthat speaks the truth, truth-telling, veracious, veridical

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

vērīsimilis illa nārrātiōthe probability of that narrative

verrūcāria, verrūcāriae fplant that drives away warts, wartwort, turnsole

versātilis, versātilethat turns round, that moves round, revolving, movable, versatile

versilis, versilerotatable, that may be turned

versipellis, versipellethat changes its shape or form, that alters its appearance, that transforms himself or itself, skilled in dissimulation, sly, cunning, crafty, subtle

versōria, versōriae frope that guides a sail, sheet

vērum haec aliāsbut about that another time

vēsīcāria, vēsīcāriae fplant that cures pain in the bladder, bladder-wort

vestifica, vestificae fshe that makes garments, tailoress, dress maker

veterētum, veterētī nground that has long lain fallow, old fallow ground

vetus (verbum) est (+ AcI)it's an old word that, , , ,

vetustus, vetusta, vetustumthat has existed a long time, aged, old, ancient

vexātrīx, vexātrīcis fshe that vexes, she that molests

vēxillō sīgnum dō, ut ...with the flag give the sign that

vēxillō sublātō sīgnificō, ut ...with the raising of the flag give the sign that

via vīcīnāriaside path, sideway

vibrābilis, vibrābilethat may be brandished, quivering, glimmering

vicārius, vicāria, vicāriumthat supplies the place of a person or thing, substituted, delegated, vicarious

victrīx, victrīcis fshe that is victorious, conqueress, victress

vīctus, vīctūs mthat upon which one lives, sustenance, nourishment, provisions, victuals, necessaries of life (inclusive of clothing), way of life, mode of living, manner of living, manner of subsisting

videant cōnsulēs, nē quid rēs pūblica dētrīmentī capiatthe consuls may take care that the state does not suffer any damage (SCU)

videō, nē ...pull yourself together, that not, watch, that not, pay attention, that not

vidēturit appears that

vincibilis, vincibilethat can be easily gained, conquering, victorious

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

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

violābilis, violābilethat may be injured, that may be injured, violated, violable

virīlis, virīlebelonging to a man, manly, virile, masculine, full-grown, arrived at the years of manhood, belonging to a person, that falls to a person, that falls to each one, worthy of a man, manly, manful, firm, vigorous, bold, spirited

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

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

vīsibilis, vīsibilethat may be seen, visible

vītābilis, vītābilethat may be shunned, that ought to be shunned

vītandum est, nē (+ Konj.)one must avoid, you have to avoid that

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

vitiābilis, vitiābilethat may be harmed, violable, corruptible

vītis ūnciāriavine that carries grapes of one ounce weight

vīviparus, vīvipara, vīviparumthat brings forth its young alive, viviparous

vīvum, vīvī nthat which is alive, capital

vīvus, vīva, vīvumalive, living, that has life, natural, unwrought

vix contineor, quōminus...abstain only with difficulty that

vix mē contineō, quīn ...can hardly restrain myself that

vix reprimor, quīn ...can hardly hold on to me that

vix resistī potest, quin ... + Konj.you can hardly oppose that, you can hardly go against that

vocālis, vocālethat utters a voice, sounding, sonorous, speaking, crying, singing, vocal, making vocal, causing song, inspiring song, causing speech, inspiring speech

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

volūcra, volūcrae fworm or caterpillar that wraps itself up in vineleaves

volūcre, volūcris nworm or caterpillar that wraps itself up in vineleaves

volūcrēs, volūcrum fworms or caterpillars that wrap itself up in vineleaves

voluptābilis, voluptābilethat causes pleasure, that causes, satisfaction, pleasant, agreeable

voluptificus, voluptifica, voluptificumthat causes enjoyment, gives delight

vomificus, vomifica, vomificumthat causes vomiting, emetic

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

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

vomitōrius, vomitōria, vomitōriumthat provokes vomiting, vomitive, vomitory, emetic

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

vorsipellis, vorsipellethat changes its shape or form, that alters its appearance, that transforms himself or itself, skilled in dissimulation, sly, cunning, crafty, subtle

vorsōria, vorsōriae frope that guides a sail, sheet

vōs obtestor atque obsecrō (ut ... / nē ...)implore somebody (that , , , / that not , , , )

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

vulgātor, vulgātōris mone that makes a thing generally known, publisher, divulger

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

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