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

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

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

abdūcere, abdūcō, abdūxī, abductumlead one away, take with one, bring with one, carry off, take away, bring away, remove, take aside, carry away forcibly, raxish, rob, take and drive away

abecedārius, abecedāriī mone who learns the a, b, c

abitus, abitūs mgoing away, departure, place through which one goes, outlet, place of egress

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

ablātor, ablātōris mone who takes away

abligurrītor, abligurrītōris mone who consumes in feasting, spendthrift

ablūtor, ōrisone that washes off, one that purifies

abolitor, abolitōris mone who takes away a thing, one who casts a thing into oblivion

abrogātor, abrogātōris mwho abolishes something, abolisher

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

absconditor, absconditōris mone that hides, one that conceals

absentāre, absentōcause one to be absent, send away

absolūtor, absolūtōris mone who acquits

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

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

abūsor, abūsōris mhe who misuses

acadēmica, acadēmicōrum none of Cicero’s writings, the Academics

accēdere, accēdō, accessī, accessumgo to, come to, come near, approach, attack, come upon one, happen to, befall, be added, give assent to, accede to, assent to, agree with, to approve of, resemble, be like, enter upon, undertake

accēnsī vēlātīkind of supernumerary troops who followed the army to fill the places of any who might fall

accēnsi, accēnsōrum mkind of reserve troops who followed the army as supernumeraries

accentor, accentōris mone who sings with another

acceptātor, acceptātōris mone who accepts or approves of a thing, avenue, access, passage for admittance of the people

acceptor, acceptōris mone who receives a thing, receiver, collector, one who approvesa thing as true, one who unjustly regards the person

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

accersere, accersō, accersīvī, accersītumcause any one to come, call, send for, invite, summon, fetch, order, let be brought, summon, arraign one, before a court of justice, accuse, bring, seek

accidere, accidō, accidīfall upon, fall down upon a thing, reach a thing by falling, fall out, come to pass, happen, occur, happen to, befall one

accolātus, accolātūs mliving in one place

accommodātiō, accommodātiōnis ffitting of one thing to another, adjusting of one thing to another, adapting of one’s will to another’s, compliance, complaisance, indulgence

accommodāre, accommodō (adcommodō), accommodāvī, accommodātumfit one thing to another, adapt one thing to another, lay on, put on, hang on, prepare for any use, adjust to, adapt to, accommodate to, apply

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

accūrāre, accūro (adcūro), accūrāvi, accūrātumtake care of, to do a thing with care, treat one carefully, regale a guest

accūsātor, accūsātōris mone who calls another to account, accuser, plaintiff, informer, denouncer

accūsātrīx, accūsātrīcis fshe who makes accusation against any one, female accuser

accūsāre, accūsō, accūsāvī, accūsātumcall one to account, make complaint against, reproach, blame, find fault with, lay the fault on one, call one to account publicly, accuse, inform against, arraign, indict

Acephalī, Acephalōrum msect of heretics who do not recognize the head of the church

acoenonoētus, acoenonoētī mone who has not common-sense, not sharing, selfish

āctor, āctōris mone who drives or moves something, he who does any thing, doer, performer, one who brings an action, plaintiff, one who conducts a suit, advocate, agent, attorney, administrator, manager, steward, overseer of property, one who delivers any oral discourse, player, actor

actuārius, actuāriī mshorthand writer, one who writes out accounts

acūtor, acūtōris mone that sharpens, sharpener

ad ūnum omnēsall to one, all together, all without exception

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

adcūrāre, adcūro, adcūrāvi, adcūrātumtake care of, do a thing with care, treat one carefully, regale a guest

addīcere, addīcō, addīxī, addictumgive one’s assent to a thing, be propitious to, favor, award any thing to one, adjudge any thing to one, sentence, adjudge to the highest bidder, knock down, strike off, deliver to, sell, make over to, yield a thing to one, resign a thing to one

additus, addita, additumjoined to one as a constant observer, watching in a hostile or troublesome manner, observing in a hostile or troublesome manner, pursuing one incessantly, persecuting

ademptor, ademptōris mone who takes away

adīre, adeō, adiī (adīvī), aditumgo to, approach, address, apply to, consult, visit, come up to one in a hostile manner, assail, attack, enter upon, undertake, set about, undergo, submit to

adhibēre, adhibeō, adhibuī, adhibitumhold toward, hold to, turn to, bring to, add to, bring one to a place, summon, employ, receive, treat, use, employ, exercise

adhortārī, adhortor, adhortātus sumencourage, urge, exhort one to, incite and spur

adimplētor, adimplētōris mhe who fills (by inspiration), inspirer

adinvicemby turns, in turn, one after another, alternately, one another, each other, mutually, reciprocally, instead of

adiūdicāre, adiūdicō, adiūdicāvī, adiūdicātumgrant a thing to one as judge, award a thing to one as judge, adjudge

adiūnctor, adiūnctōris mone who adds, one who joins, one who unites

adiungere, adiungō, adiūnxī, adiūnctumadd to, join to, annex to, bind to, yoke, harness, enter into friendship with, make one a friend, apply to, direct to, annex, subjoin, let follow, let attend, add it to the preceding

adiūrātor, adiūrātōris mone who conjures a thing, conjurer

adiūtor, adiūtōris mone who helps, helper, assistant, aider, promoter, aid, adjutant, deputy, secretary

adminiculātor, adminiculātōris mone who supports, supporter, assistant

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

admissiōnālis, admissiōnālis mone who introduced those who came to an audience, usher of the privy chamber, seneschal

admissīvus, admissīva, admissīvumwho permit to do something

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

admittere, admittō, admīsī, admissumsend to, suffer to come to a place, suffer to go to a place, admit, allow one admittance, allow one access, grant an audience, put the male to the female, admit one to counsel, admit one to consultation

admōlīrī, admōlior, admōlītus summove one thing to another, move one thing upon another, bring one thing to another, bring one thing upon another, pile up, exert one’s self to reach a place, strive toward a place, struggle toward a place

admonēre, admoneō, admonuī, admonitumbring up to one’s mind, put one in mind of, remind, suggest, advise, warn, admonish, recall a thing to memory, bring to remembrance, incite to action, urge to action

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

admovēre, admoveō, admōvī, admōtummove to, move toward, bring to, bring toward, conduct to, conduct toward, lead to, lead toward, carry to, carry toward, draw near, approach, bring near, promote, advance, bring one thing near to another

admutilāre, admutilō, admutilāvīcrop, clip close, shave, defraud, cheat, fleece one of his money, shear to the skin

adnuere, adnuō, adnuīnod to, nod, ask by a wink, ask by a nod, give assent by nodding, give approval by nodding, nod assent to, approve, favor, allow, grant, promise to do, be favorable to, promise something to one, grant something to one, designate something by a nod

adolēscēns, adolēscentis cone who has not yet attained maturity, youth, young man, young woman, maiden

adoptātor, adoptātōris mone that adopts another, adopter

adoptiō, adoptiōnis ftaking of one in the place of a child, receiving of one in the place of a child, adopting, adoption

adōrātor, adōrātōris mone who adores, worshipper

adōrnāre, adōrnō, adōrnāvī, adōrnātumprepare, get ready, furnish, provide, fit out, equip, put an ornament upon one, decorate, adorn, embellish

adōrāre, adōrō, adōrāvī, adōrātumspeak to, accost one, address, treat a matter with one, negotiate a matter with one, bring an accusation, accuse, speak to one in order to obtain something of him, ask one, entreat one, reverence, honor, adore, worship, reverence, admire, esteem highly

adparātor, adparātōris mone that prepares, preparer

adpendere, adpendō, adpendī, adpēnsumhang upon, suspend on, weigh something to one, weigh, consider

adplaudere, adplaudō, adplausī, adplausum (adplōdere, adplōdō, adplōsī, adplōsum)strike one thing upon another, clap, clap the hands in approbation, applaud

adpōnere, adpōnō, adposuī, adpositumplace at, put at, lay at, place by the side of a thing, , put to something by way of increase, add to, superadd, do further, do something, set down for something, count as, reckon as, consider as, hold as, apply to, add, unite, serve up, set before one,

adrīdēre, adrīdeō, adrīsī, adrīsumlaugh at, laugh with, smile at, smile upon, be favorable to one, be kindly disposed to one, be pleasing to, please

adrogāre, adrogō, adrogāvī, adrogātumask 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, procur

adrōsor, adrōsōris mone who gnaws at, one who consumes a thing, nibbler, consumer

adscīscere, adscīscō, adscīvī, adscītumreceive a thing with knowledge, take a thing with approbation, approve, receive as true, receive one, admit one (as citizen, ally, son, etc, ), adopt, join or unite one’s self to one, assume to one’s self, arrogate to one’s self, order, decree, approve also

adsectārī, adsector (assector), adsectātus sumattend one with zeal, attend one with eagerness, accompany, follow, wait upon, be in attendance upon, follow a woman

adsecuēimmediately following, on the foot, close one after the other

adsentātor, adsentātōris mone who assents flatteringly, flatterer, one who connives at

adsentīre, adsentiō, adsensī, adsēnsumjoin one in opinion, agree with, assent to, give assent, approve, give approval, yield, assent to as perceived by sense

adsentīrī, adsentior, adsēnsus sumjoin one in opinion, agree with, assent to, give assent, approve, give approval, yield, assent to as perceived by sense

adsentārī, adsentor, adsentātus sumjoin one in judgment, join one in opinion, always to assent, agree with one in every thing, flatter

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

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

adsiduitās, adsiduitātis fconstant presence with any one, constant attendance, constant presence, continuance, duration, constancy of any thing, frequent occurrence of, frequent repetition of

adsīgnāre, adsīgnō, adsīgnāvī, adsīgnātummark out to one, appoint to one, assign, distribute, allot, give by assigning, confer upon, ascribe, attribute, impute to one as a crime, reckon as a service, commit, consign, give over to one to keep, give over to one to take care of, make a mark upon something

adsimilātiō, adsimilātiōnis fassimilating, being similar, similarity, likeness, feigned adoption of the opinion of one’s hearers, comparison of one thing with others

adsimilātiō, adsimilātiōnis f (adsimilātiō)assimilating, being similar, similarity, likeness, feigned adoption of the opinion of one’s hearers, comparison of one thing with others

adsimilāre, adsimilō, adsimilāvī, adsimilātummake one thing like another, consider as similar, compare, represent something irreal as real, imitate, counterfeit, pretend, feign, simulate

adsimulātiō, adsimulātiōnis fassimilating, being similar, similarity, likeness, feigned adoption of the opinion of one’s hearers, comparison of one thing with others

adsimulāre, adsimulō, adsimulāvī, adsimulātummake one thing like another, consider as similar, compare, represent something irreal as real, imitate, counterfeit, pretend, feign, simulate

adsistere, adsistō, adstitīplace one’s self somewhere, stand, post one’s self, stand somewhere, stand at, stand by, stand by one, stand before one on trial

adspicere, adspiciō, adspexī, adspectumlook to, look upon, behold, look at, see, look toward, lie toward, examine, reflect upon, consider, weigh, ponder, take into consideration, have in view, look upon with respect, look upon with admiration, look one boldly in the face, meet his glance

adstipulārī, adstipulor, adstipulātus sumjoin in a stipulation, stipulate with, agree with one

adstrūctor, adstrūctōris mone who adduces proof

adterere, adterō, adtrīvī, adtrītumrub one thing against another, rub away, wear out by rubbing, diminish by rubbing, waste, wear away, weaken, impair, exhaust, destroy

adtribuere, adtribuō, adtribuī, adtribūtumassociate, add to, join to, annex, assign, bestow, give, join in addition, add, attribute to one, impute to one, charge with, ascribe to, lay as a tax, lay as a tribute

adulēscēns, adulēscentis cone who has not yet attained maturity, youth, young man, young woman, maiden

adulēscēns, adulēscentis mone who has not yet attained maturity, youth, young man, young woman, maiden

adūlārī, adūlor, adūlātus sumcling to one fawningly, fawn as a dog, flatter in a cringing manner, fawn upon

adūnātiō, adūnātiōnis fmaking into one, uniting, union

adūnātrīx, adūnātrīcis funifier, one that unites

adūnāre, adūnō, adūnāvī, adūnātummake one, unite

advena, advenae cone who comes to a place, foreigner, stranger, alien, strange, foreign, a stranger to a thing, ignorant, unskilled, inexperienced

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

adversārius, adversāria, adversāriumturned toward one, lying before one’s eyes, standing opposite to one, standing opposed to one as an antagonist, in hostile opposition to

adversātor, adversātōris mone who opposes a thing, opponent

adversiō, adversiōnis fturning one thing to another, directing one thing toward another

adversitor, adversitōris mone who goes to meet another, slave who went to meet his master in order to conduct him home

adversārī, adversor, adversātus sumstood against to one, be against, resist, oppose

advertere, advertō, advertī, adversumturn a thing to, turn a thing toward a place, direct the mind, direct the thoughts, direct the attention to a thing, advert to, give attention to, attend to, heed, observe, remark, call the attention of one to a definite act, admonish of, urge to

advertō in aliquemattend to one, punish one

advīvere, advīvō, advīxīlive with one, live, live on, continue living

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

advocāre, advocō, advocāvī, advocātumcall one to a place, summon one to a place, call in, call to one’s aid, call to for help, summon, get a respite, delay

advorsitor, advorsitōris mone who goes to meet another, slave who went to meet his master in order to conduct him home

advorsārī, advorsor, advorsātus sumstood against to one, be against, resist, oppose

advortere, advortō, advortī, advorsumturn a thing to, turn a thing toward a place, direct the mind, direct the thoughts, direct the attention to a thing, advert to, give attention to, attend to, heed, observe, remark, call the attention of one to a definite act, admonish of, urge to

adzēlārī, adzēlorbe zealous against one, be angry with

aedīlicius, aedīliciī mone who had been an aedile, exaedile

aeditimus, aeditimī mone who keeps care of a temple, one who takes care of a temple, keeper of a temple, overseer of a temple

aeditumus, aeditumī mone who keeps care of a temple, one who takes care of a temple, keeper of a temple, overseer of a temple

aedituus, aedituī mone who keeps care of a temple, one who takes care of a temple, keeper of a temple, overseer of a temple

aemulārī, aemulor, aemulātus sumrival, endeavor to equal or to excel one, emulate, vie with, equal one by emulating, strive after or vie with enviously, be envious of, be jealous of

aēneātor, aēneātōris mone who blows a horn in war, trumpeter, brass

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

aequātor, aequātōris meicher, equaliser, one who examines the equality

aequimanus, aequimana, aequimanumwho can use both hands equally well, ambidextrous

aequiperātor, aequiperātōris mone who equalises, equaliser, equalizer

aequitās, aequitātis fquality of being aequus, uniform relation of one thing to others, equality, conformity, symmetry, just or equitable conduct toward others, justice, equity, fairness, righteousness, quiet state of mind, tranquil state of mind, evenness of temper, moderation, calmness

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

aerārius, aerāriī mone who works in copper, coppersmith

aeruscātor, aeruscātōris mone who roves about the country, and obtains his living by exhibiting sleight-of-hand tricks, itinerant juggler

aestimātiō frūmentīthe determination of the prœtor, how much ready money one should pay, instead of the corn which he was to furnish

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

affectātor, affectātōris mone that strives for something

afficere, afficiō, affēcī, affectumdo something to one, exert an influence on body or mind, affect a person or thing with something, bestow upon, grace with, to visit with, inflict upon

affictiō, affictiōnis fimplication, insinuation, figure of speech in which one implies a claim to one's opponent in order to then refute it

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

affirmātor, affirmātōris mone who asserts a thing, one who affirms a thing

afflātor, afflātōris mone who blows on, one who breathes into, one who inspires

afflīctātor, afflīctātōris mone who causes pain, one who causes suffering, tormentor

afflīctrīx, afflīctrīcis fone who strikes a thing to the ground, one who destroys, one who overthrows, subverter

affārī, affor (adfor), affātus sumspeak to, accost one, address one, fix the limits of the auspices

agāsō, agāsōnis mdriver, one who takes care of horses, hostler, groom

aggredī, aggredior, aggressus sumgo to, approach, apply to, address, solicit, attempt to bribe, attempt to tamper with, go against one in a hostile manner, fall on, attack, assault, undertake, begin, enter upon

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

agipēs, agipedisfast-footed, quick-footed, senator who silently passes over to him for or with whom he intends to vote

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

agrāriī, agrāriōrum mthose who urged the agrarian laws, and sought the possession of public land, partisans of the agrarian laws

agripeta, agripetae mone who strives for the possession of land, field hunter, goods hunter

albārius, albāriī mone who covers walls with stucco or plaster, worker in stucco, plasterer

albicolōrātus, albicolōrātī mone who paints white

albīnus, albīnī mone who covers walls with stucco or plaster, worker in stucco, plasterer

aliā ... aliāin one way - in the other way

aliās... aliās...at one time - at another, once - another time, sometimes - sometimes, now - now

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

alibīelsewhere, otherwhere, somewhere else, at another place, otherwise, in something else, in other things, in other respects, with some other one

alibī... alibī...in one place - in another, here - there

alibī ... alibī ...alibī ...in one place - in another - in a third place

alibī aliterone like this, the other like that, here like this - there different

alibī aliusone here, the other there

alibī atque alibīat one time here, at another there, now here, now there

alicārius, alicāriī mone who grinds spelt

alicuī assurrēctum nōn estone has not stood up in front of 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

aliēnus, aliēnī mstranger, one not belonging to one’s house or country, one not related to a person

aliī ... partim ...one - another part -

aliī ... plūrimī ...the one - the most -

aliī ... quīdam ...the one - some -

aliī ... reliquī ...the one - the rest -

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

alimentārius, alimentāriī mone to whom means of subsistence has been left by will

aliō ... aliō ...in one way - in another, hither - thither

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

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

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

aliquem 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 mēcum habeōhave someone in one's company, have someone in one's environment, have someone with one

aliquem mortuum cremō (extruō)cremate someone who has died

aliquem nātum nōn agnōscōnot to recognise one as a son at birth

aliquem redigō in peregrīnitātemtake away someone's civil rights, deprive one of one's civil rights

aliquōvorsumtoward some place, one way or other

alis aliumby turns, in turn, one after another

aliud aliī munerāturone is given this, the other that

aliud ex aliōone after the other, one by one

aliud ex aliō nectōlinking one to the other

alium alia clādēs oppressiteach one beset by a different calamity

aliunde ... aliundefrom one place - from another place

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 alium respectateach one looks at another, everyone looks at someone else

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

allēctiō, allēctiōnis fchoice for something, election for something, troop deployment, levying of troops, promotion to a higher office before one has performed the duties of a lower

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

allēgātiō, allēgātiōnis fsending to any one, despatching to any one, alleging by way of proof, adducing by way of proof, excuse, imperial rescript

allēgāre, allēgō (adlēgō), allēgāvi, allēgātumsend one away with a commission, despatch, depute, commission, bring forward, relate, recount, mention, adduce

allevātor, allevātōris mone who lifts, one who raises up, , reliever, uprighter, comforter

allīdere, allīdō (adlīdō), allīsī, allīsumstrike one thing upon another, dash one thing upon another, dash one thing against another, bring into danger

alligātor, alligātōris mone who binds to

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

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

alter alterīus auxiliō egetone needs the help of the other, they need mutual help

alter ambōveeither separately or both, the one or both

alter, altera, alterumthe other of two, one of two, the other, the second, the next, the one of two, either of two

alterās ... alterās ... alterāsthe one time - the other time - the third time

altercātor, altercātōris morator who strives to conquer his antagonist by interrogatories, disputant

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

alternīs (annīs)one year after the other, year after year

alternīs diēbusday after day, one day after the other

alternāre, alternō, alternāvi, alternātumdo one thing and then another, do a thing by turns, interchange with something, alternate, hesitate

alternō quōque diēalternately on one day, then again on the other day, one day after the other

alternus, alterna, alternumone after the other, by turns, interchangeable, alternate

alterō oculō capiorgo blind in one eye

alterō pede clauduslame on one foot

altertraone of two, the one, the other

alterum alterī contribuōassign one to the other

alterum cornū teneōcommand one of the two wings

alteruter vestrumeither of you, one of you two

alteruter, alterutra, alterutrum (Gen. alterutrīus, Dat.alterutrī)one of two, the one or the other, both

altitūdō unciālisheight of one inch, one inch height

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

alumna, alumnae ffoster-daughter, pupil, foster-child, nourisher, one who educates

alytarcha, alytarchae mmagistrate who superintended religious exhibitions

alytarchēs, alytarchae mmagistrate who superintended religious exhibitions

ambigitur dē verōone argues about the truth

ambūbāia, ambūbāiae fa class of Syrian girls in Rome, who supported themselves by their music and immorality

ambulābilis, ambulābilewho (what) can walk up and down, who (what) can walk along

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

amīcārius, amīcāriī mone that procures a mistress, procurer

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

amictōrius, amictōria, amictōriumsuitable for throwing about one

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

ammonēre, ammoneō, ammonuī, ammonitumbring up to one’s mind, put one in mind of, remind, suggest, advise, warn, admonish, recall a thing to memory, bring to remembrance, incite to action, urge to action

ammonēre, ammoneō, ammonuī, ammonitummove to, move toward, bring to, bring toward, conduct to, conduct toward, lead to, lead toward, carry to, carry toward, draw near, approach, bring near, promote, advance, bring one thing near to another

amphisciī, amphisciōrum mthose who give shade from two sides

amplificātor, amplificātōris mhe who enlarges, amplifier, intensifier

amplius annōlonger than one year

amplius annumlonger than one year

amūsos, amūsī mone unskilled in music

amystis, amystidis f (Akk. Plur. amystidas)emptying of a cup at one draught

amystis, amystidis femptying of a cup at one draught

anaglyphārius ūsūrārum usurer who heaps interest upon interest

andabata, andabatae m (keltisch)blindfighter, kind of Roman gladiator, whose helmet was without openings for the eyes, and who therefore fought blindfolded for the amusement of spectators

aneclogistus, aneclogista, aneclogistumguardian who was not obliged to give account of his proceedings, but had discretionary power

anguilla est, ēlābiturwho has the eel by the tail, has it neither half nor whole

anhēlātor, anhēlātōris mone who has a difficulty in breathing, asthmatic

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

animōs hominum variōtune people soon one way, soon another, , put people sometimes in this mood, sometimes in another mood

animus, animī m (cf. ἄνεμος)disposition toward any one, friendly feeling, affection, kindness, liberality, power of willing, will, inclination, desire, purpose, design, intention

annō ante, quam mortuus estone year before his death

annō exāctōafter one year, after the course of a year

annō interiectōafter one year, after the course of a year

annō intermissōafter one year, after the course of a year

annō perāctōafter one year, after the course of a year

annō trānsāctōafter one year, after the course of a year

annō vertentewithin the year, within one year

annus duodecim mēnsēs continetone year makes twelve months

annus, annī mcircuit, circular course, periodical return, a season of the year, the produce of the year, the age to which one must attain in order to be appointed to an office

annuus magistrātusan office limited to one year, a one-year term of office

anquīrere, anquīrō, anquīsīvī, anquīsītumseek on all sides, look about for, search after, inquire about, examine into, institute a careful inquiry, institute a careful examination, enter a complaint, accuse one

antamoebaeus, antamoebaea, antamoebaeumverse foot consisting of two short, two long and one short syllable

antecellere, antecellōproject, be prominent, distinguish one’s self, distinguish one’s self above any one, surpass, excel, be superior to

anteīre, anteeō, anteiī (anteīvi), anteitumgo before, precede, take the lead, excel, surpass any one, anticipate, prevent any thing, oppose, resist, know beforehand, foreknow

antīre, anteō, antiī (antīvi), antitumgo before, precede, take the lead, excel, surpass any one, anticipate, prevent any thing, oppose, resist, know beforehand, foreknow

antepīlānī, antepīlānōrum msoldiers who fought before the pilani

antepōnere, antepōnō, anteposuī, antepositumset food before one, serve, prefer, give the preference to

antesīgnānī, antesīgnānorum mchosen band of Roman soldiers who fought before the standards, and served for their defence

anthypophora, anthypophorae f (Akk. Sgl.: anthypophorān)anthypohor, rhetorical figure in which one anticipates the arguments of his antagonist and refutes them

anticipāre, anticipō, anticipāvī, anticipātumtake before one, take before the time, anticipate something, anticipate, surpass, excel

antidīre, antideō, antidiī (antidīvi), antiditum [nur wenige Formen belegt]go before, precede, take the lead, excel, surpass any one, anticipate, prevent any thing, oppose, resist, know beforehand, foreknow

antipodae, antipodārum mantipodes, banqueters who turn night to day

antipodes, antipodum m (Akk. antipodas)antipodes, banqueters who turn night to day, night owls

antipofora, antipoforae frhetorical figure in which one anticipates the arguments of his antagonist, and refutes them

antiptōsis, antiptōsis fthe putting of one case for another

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

antīquum obtineōstill be the old one

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

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

antithesis, antithesis fputting of one letter for another

antitheus, antitheī mcounter-deity, one who pretends to be God, devil

apiciōsus, apiciōsī mwho has no hair on the head, baldhead

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

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

apostola, apostolae fshe who is sent off, female apostle

apparātor, apparātōris mone that prepares, preparer

appellātiō, appellātiōnis fgoing to one in order to accost, address, accosting, calling by name, naming, pronunciation, substantive

appellātor, appellātōris mone that appeals, appellant

appendēre, appendeōhang upon, suspend on, weigh something to one, weigh, consider

appendere, appendō (adpendō), appendī, appēnsumhang upon, suspend on, weigh something to one, weigh, consider

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

applaudere, applaudō (adplaudō), applausī, applausum (applōdere, applōdō [adplōdō], applōsī, applōsum)strike one thing upon another, clap, clap the hands in approbation, applaud

applōdere, applōdō [adplōdō], applōsī, applōsumstrike one thing upon another, clap, clap the hands in approbation, applaud

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

approbātor, approbātōris mone who gives his assent, one who gives his approval,approver

approbē aliquem nōvīknow one quite well

approbāre, approbō (adprobō), approbāvī, approbātumassent to as good, regard as good, approve, favor, allow a thing to take place, show as being good and true, make evident, prove, demonstrate, confirm, establish, make good to one, render acceptable, satisfactory

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

aquātor, aquātōris mone that fetches water, water-carrier

aquifuga, aquifugae cone fearful of water, one having hydrophobia

aquilifer, aquiliferī meaglebearer, standard-bearer, officer who carried the chief standard of the Roman legion

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

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

arcessere, arcessō, arcessīvī, arcessītumcause any one to come, call, send for, invite, summon, fetch, order, let be brought, summon, arraign one, before a court of justice, accuse, bring, seek

archiater, archiatrī msenior physician, the chief physician, who was at the same time physician in ordinary to the emperor

archiatros, archiatrī msenior physician, the chief physician, who was at the same time physician in ordinary to the emperor

archiatrus, archiatrī msenior physician, the chief physician, who was at the same time physician in ordinary to the emperor

architriclīnium, architriclīniī ntriclinium with one backrest, dining sofa with backrest

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

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

arfārī, arfor, arfātus sumspeak to, accost one, address one

argūmenta reciprocaevidence that turns against the one who brings it forward

armātor, armātōris mhe who arms, armourer

armātrīx, armātrīcis fshe who armed

arquātus, arquātī nthe jaundiced, one that has the jaundice

arrhētos, arrhētī mone of the Æons of Valentinus

arrīdēre, arrīdeō (adrīdeō), arrīsī, arrīsumlaugh at, laugh with, smile at, smile upon, be favorable to one, be kindly disposed to one, be pleasing to, please

arrīsor, arrīsōris mone who smiles on another, flatterer, fawner

arrogātor, arrogātōris mhe that adopts one in the place of a child

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

arrōsor, arrōsōris mone who gnaws at, one who consumes a thing, nibbler, consumer

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

arva pererranturone wanders through the fields

arvena, arvenae mone who comes to a place, foreigner, stranger, alien, strange, foreign, a stranger to a thing, ignorant, unskilled, inexperienced

arvertere, arvertō, arvertī, arversumturn a thing to, turn a thing toward a place, direct the mind, direct the thoughts, direct the attention to a thing, advert to, give attention to, attend to, heed, observe, remark, call the attention of one to a definite act, admonish of, urge to

ascēnsor equīone that mounts a horse, rider

ascēnsor, ascēnsōris mone that ascends, one that mounts a horse, chariot, rider, charioteer

ascēnsus, ascēnsūs man ascending, ascent, place by which one ascends, approach

ascīscere, ascīscō (adscīscō), ascīvī, ascītumreceive a thing (with knowledge and approbation), approve, receive as true, admit one in some capacity (as citizen, ally, son), take to one’s self, appropriate to one’s self, adopt, join one’s self to one, unite one’s self to one, assume something to one’s self

ascrīptor, ascrīptōris mhe who willingly subscribes (his name), he who subscribes to, he who agrees to, he who approves any thing

Asiānī, Asiānōrum morators who employ a peculiarly bombastic or redundant style

aspicere, aspiciō, aspexī, aspectumlook to, look upon, behold, look at, see, look toward, lie toward, examine, reflect upon, consider, weigh, ponder, take into consideration, have in view, look upon with respect, look upon with admiration, look one boldly in the face, meet his glance

assectārī, assector (adsector), assectātus sumattend one with zeal, attend one with eagerness, accompany, follow, wait upon, be in attendance upon, follow a woman, stalk

assecuēimmediately following, on the foot, close one after the other

assentātor, assentātōris m (adsentātor)one who assents flatteringly, flatterer, one who connives at

assentīre, assentiō (adsentiō), assensī, assēnsumjoin one in opinion, agree with, assent to, give assent, approve, give approval, yield, assent to as perceived by sense

assentīrī, assentior (adsentior), assēnsus sumjoin one in opinion, agree with, assent to, give assent, approve, give approval, yield, assent to as perceived by sense

assentārī, assentor (adsentor), assentātus sumjoin one in judgment, join one in opinion, always to assent, agree with one in every thing, flatter

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

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

assiduitās, assiduiātis (adsiduitās, adsiduitātis f)constant presence with any one, constant attendance, constant presence, continuance, duration, constancy of any thing, frequent occurrence of, frequent repetition of

assīgnāre, assīgnō (adsīgnō), assīgnāvī, assīgnātummark out to one, appoint to one, assign, distribute, allot, give by assigning, confer upon, ascribe, attribute, impute to one as a crime, reckon as a service, commit, consign, give over to one to keep, give over to one to take care of, make a mark upon something, sea

assimulātiō, assimulātiōnis f (adsimulātiō)assimilating, being similar, similarity, likeness, feigned adoption of the opinion of one’s hearers, comparison of one thing with others

assimulāre, assimulō (adsimulō), assimulāvī, assimulātum, assimilō (adsimilō)make one thing like another, consider as similar, compare, represent something irreal as real, imitate, counterfeit, pretend, feign, simulate

assistere, assistō, astitī (adsistere, adsistō, adstitī)place one’s self somewhere, stand, post one’s self, stand somewhere, stand at, stand by, stand by one, stand before one on trial

assuēscere, assuēscō (adsuēscō), assuēvī, assuētumuse one to something, accustom one to something, habituate, accustom one’s self to, be wont to, be accustomed to

astipulāre, astipulojoin in a stipulation, stipulate with, agree with one

astipulārī, astipulor (adstipulor), astipulātus sumjoin in a stipulation, stipulate with, agree with one

astrūctor, astrūctōris mone who adduces proof

atterere, atterō (adterō), attrīvī, attrītumrub one thing against another, rub away, wear out by rubbing, diminish by rubbing, waste, wear away, weaken, impair, exhaust, destroy

attribuere, attribuō (adtribuō), attribuī, attribūtumassociate, add to, join to, annex, assign, bestow, give, join in addition, add, attribute to one, impute to one, charge with, ascribe to, lay as a tax, lay as a tribute

aurēs superfluōgo in one ear and out the other

bāiolus, bāiolī m (= ἀχθοφόρος)he who bears burdens for pay, porter, carrier, day-laborer, bearer at a funeral, letter-carrier

bāiulus, bāiulī m (= ἀχθοφόρος)he who bears burdens for pay, porter, carrier, day-laborer, bearer at a funeral, letter-carrier

biumbrēs, biumbrium mthose who give shade from two sides

blandīrī, blandior, blandītus sumcling caressingly to one, fawn upon, flatter, soothe, caress, fondle, coax, make flattering, courteous speeches, be complaisant to, persuade by flattery, impel by flattery, please, be agreeable, be favorable to, allure by pleasure, attract, entice, invite

condītor, condītōris mone who prepares a thing in a savory manner, seasoner

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

doctor umbrāticusone who teaches at home, private tutor

fallācia alia aliam trūditone intrigue leads to the other

fatuus, fatuī mfool, simpleton, jester, buffoon, one who acts foolishly

fortēs fortūna adiuvatwho dares wins, luck only helps the able

frātrēs arvālēscollege of twelve priests, who yearly made offerings to the field-Lares for the increase of the fruits of the field

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

hic ūnusthis alone, this only, this one alone

homō absurdusa man who is fit or good for nothing

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

in ūnuminto one, to one place, together

invicemby turns, in turn, one after another, alternately, one another, each other, mutually, reciprocally, instead of

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

sē accommodāre, mē accommodō (mē adcommodō), mē accommodāvīadapt one’s self to another’s opinion, adapt one’s self to another’s wishes, conform to, comply with, be compliant to one in any thing, apply one’s self to, devote one’s self to, undertake

mollī articulō tractō aliquemtouch one gently, touch one softly

multa acervātim frequentōcrowding together many thoughts in one period

mūnera viscātagifts for which one expects a good return

mūtuum mūlī scabuntto praise one another

phalangārius, phalangāriī mone who carries burdens with the aid of a long pole, carrier, porter

sarcītrīx, sarcītrīcis fshe who patches, she who mends

sartrīx, sartrīcis fshe who patches, she who mends

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

scrīptūrārius, scrīptūrāriī mone who collected the tax on pasturage

scrōfipāscus, scrōfipāsca, scrōfipāscumone who keeps or breeds sows

sector, sectōris mone who cuts or cuts off, a cutter

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

sellārius, sellāriī mone that practises lewdness upon a settle

sēmicentēsima, sēmicentēsimae fone half percent

sēmilixa, sēmilixae mhalf a sutler, one little better than a sutler

sēmissārius, sēmissāria, sēmissāriumbelonging to a half as, who inherits one half

sēmissāre, sēmissōto fire one half of a horse’s foot

sentīnātor, sentīnātōris mone who bails out the bilge water

sepultor, sepultōris mone who buries, burier

sepultor, sepultōris mone who calms, allayer, pacifier

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

sēricāria, sēricāriae fslave who took care of silk

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

serram cum aliquō dūcōquarrel with one about something

sertrīx, sertrīcis fshe who patches, she who mends

servātor, servātōris mone who gives attention to any thing, watcher, observer, preserver, deliverer, savior

sēscōncia, sēscōnciae fone and a half unciae, a twelfth and a half, one eighth of a whole

sēscūncia, sēscūnciae fone and a half unciae, a twelfth and a half, one eighth of a whole

sēsqueone half more, more by a half

sēsqueoctāvus, sēsqueoctāva, sēsqueoctāvumcontaining nine eighths, containing one and an eighth, bearing the ratio of nine to eight

sēsquione half more, more by a half

sēsquidecimus, sēsquidecima, sēsquidecimumcontaining eleven tenths, one and an tenth, bearing the ratio of eleven to ten

sēsquinōnus, sēsquinōna, sēsquinōnumcontaining ten ninths, one and an ninth, bearing the ratio of ten to nine

sēsquioctāvus, sēsquioctāva, sēsquioctāvumcontaining nine eighths, containing one and an eighth, bearing the ratio of nine to eight

sēsquipedālis, sēsquipedāleof a foot and a half, one foot and a half, of an excessive length

sēsquipedāneus, sēsquipedānea, sēsquipedāneumof a foot and a half, one foot and a half, of an excessive length

sēsquiplāris, sēsquiplāris msoldier who received a ration and a half

sēsquiplicārius, sēsquiplicāriī msoldier who received a ration and a half

sēsquiplicārius, sēsquiplicāriī msoldier who received a ration and a half

sēsquiquartus, sēsquiquarta, sēsquiquartumcontaining five quarters, one and an quarter, bearing the ratio of five to four

sēsquiquīntus, sēsquiquīnta, sēsquiquīntumcontaining six fifths, one and a fifth, bearing the ratio of six to five

sēsquiseptimus decimus, sēsquiseptima decima, sēsquiseptimum decimumcontaining eighteen seventheents, one and a seventheent, bearing the ratio of eighteen to seventeen

sēsquiseptimus, sēsquiseptima, sēsquiseptimumcontaining eight sevenths, one and a seventh, bearing the ratio of eight to seven

sēsquisextus decimus, sēsquisexta decima, sēsquisextum decimumcontaining seventeen sixtheents, one and a sixtheent, bearing the ratio of seventeen to sixteen

sēsquisextus, sēsquisexta, sēsquisextumcontaining seven sixths, one and a sixth, bearing the ratio of seven to six

sēsquitertius, sēsquitertia, sēsquitertiumcontaining four thirds, one and a third, bearing the ratio of four to three

sēsquitrīcēsimus, sēsquitrīcēsima, sēsquitrīcēsimumcontaining thirty one thirtieths, one and a thirtieth, bearing the ratio of thirty one to thirty

sēsquivicēsimus, sēsquivicēsima, sēsquivicēsimumcontaining twenty one twentieths, one and a twentieth, bearing the ratio of twenty one to twenty

sessor, sessōris mone who sits in a place, sitter, horseman, rider, inhabitant, resident

sēvirālis, sēvirālis mone of the Augustan sexvirs

sextāns, sextantis msixth part of an as, the sixth part of a twelve part whole, sixth part of the number six, unity, one

sexvirālis, sexvirāleone of the Augustan sexvirs, belonging to a sexvir

sīcilicus, sīcilicī mfourth part of an uncia, a quarter of an inch, one fortyeighth of a jugerum, two drachms, forty, eighth part of an hour

sīciliquus, sīciliquī mfourth part of an uncia, a quarter of an inch, one fortyeighth of a jugerum, two drachms, forty, eighth part of an hour

sicinnista, sicinnistae mone who performs the sicinnis, sicinnis dancer

sigillātimone by one, singly

sīgnātor, sīgnātōris msealer, signer, one who attests a will by sealing it, witness to a will, one who affixes his seal as witness to a marriage contract, a witness to a marriage, one who stamps money, a coiner

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

simpulātrīx, simpulātrīcis fshe who pours wine

simpuviātrīx, simpuviātrīcis fshe who serves the sacrificial bowl

singillāriterone by one, singly, separately, apart, separately, in the singular number, particularly, exceedingly

singillātimone by one, singly

singulāriēone by one, singly, separately, apart, separately, in the singular number, particularly, exceedingly

singulāris, singulāreone by one, one at a time, alone, single, solitary, alone of its kind, singular, unique, matchless, unparalleled, extraordinary, remarkable

singulāritās, singulāritātis fbeing alone, being single, singleness, singular number, unity, number one

singulāriterone by one, singly, separately, apart, separately, in the singular number, particularly, exceedingly

singulātimone by one, singly

singulī, singulae, singulaone to each, separate, single, single, separate, individual

singultimone by one, singly

sīquī, sīqua, sīquod (= sī quī, sī qua, sī quod)if any, if any one

sīquis, sīquid (= sī quis, sī quid)if any, if any one

sociātrīx, sociātrīcis fshe who associates, she who unites, unifying

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

solivertiātor, solivertiātōris ma guy who makes a bolt for it, runaway

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

somniātor, somniātōris mone who has faith in dreams, a dreamer

sortītor, sortītōris mone who casts lots, one who draws lots

spādicārius, spādicāriī mone that dyes a chestnut-brown color

spadō, spadōnis m (σπάδων)one who has no generative power, ßimpotent person, castrated person, eunuch, unfruitful plants, seedless plants

spatiātor, spatiātōris mone who walks about, promenader

spūtātor, spūtātōris mone who spits much, a spitter

Stator, Statōris mone who causes any thing to stand fast, stayer, supporter

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

stīpātiō, stīpātiōnis fcrowd pressing around any one, a suite, retinue, train, throng

stipulātor, ōris mone who demands a formal promise, one who demands a covenant, bargainer, stipulator

stipulātus, stipulātūs mone who demands a formal promise, one who demands a covenant, bargainer, stipulator

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

strabōnus, strabōnī mone who squints strongly, squinter

strangūriōsus, strangūriōsa, strangūriōsumone who is afflicted with strangury

strātor, strātōris mone who saddles a horse, a groom, equerry, a thrower down

strictor, strictōris mone who strips, one who plucks off

strūctor, strūctōris mone who erects a building, builder, mason, carpenter, one who spreads the table, one who serves up food and carves, server, carver

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

studēre, studeō, studuī (+ Dat.)be zealous for any one, be friendly, be attached to one, be favorable to one, be favor, be apply one’s self to learning, be apply one’s self to study, be diligent in study

studiōsus, studiōsa, studiōsumeager, zealous, assiduous, anxious after any thing, fond of any thing, studious of any thing, zealous for any one, partial, friendly, attached, devoted to

suāsor, suāsōris mone who exhorts, one who advises, one who persuades, adviser, counsellor, persuader

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

subalternātimsubordinate to one another

subalternus, subalterna, subalternumsubordinate to one another

subarātor, subarātōris mone who ploughs close to any thing

subbasilicānus, subbasilicānī mone who lounges around the basilicas, a lounger

subdīmidius, subdīmidia, subdīmidiumhalf as much less, less by one half of itself

subiector, subiectōris mone who substitutes, substitutor, forger

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

subiugātor, subiugātōris mone who brings under the yoke, conqueror, subjugator

subministrātor, subministrātōris mone who aids, one who assists, abettor, promoter

submūtāre, submūtō, submūtāvīchange, interchange, substitute one thing for another

subquartus, subquarta, subquartumone fourth less

subrōstrānī, subrōstrānōrum mpeople who hang about the forum near the rostra, loungers, idlers

subsannātor, subsannātōris mone who insults or mocks by gestures

subscrīptor, subscrīptōris msigner of an accusation, joint-signer of an accusation, one who subscribes to any thing, one who assents to any thing, favorer, approver

subsequenterin succession, one after another

subsistere, subsistō, substitīstop, halt, pause, stay, continue, remain, subsist, come to a stop, cease, sustain, support, stand by, make resistance, make a stand against, withstand, encounter any one

subvas, subvadis mwho gives surety for the bail

subventāre, subventōcome with assistance to one

subventor, subventōris mone who comes in aid, helper

succīsor, succīsōris mone who cuts, one who prunes

succuba, succubae fone who lies under, lecher, strumpet, supplanter, rival

succurrere, succurrō, succurrī, succursumrun to the aid, hasten to the aid, hasten to the assistance of one, help, aid, assist, succor, to be useful for, to be good against, relieve, come into the mind, occur to one

sūdātor, sūdātōris mone that perspires easily or copiously

sufficere, sufficiō, suffēcī, suffectumput under, put among, lay the foundation for, put into, dip in, dye, impregnate, imbue, tinge, give, affard, furnish, supply, occupy with, employ in, put in the place of, substitute for another, choose in the place of any one, elect in the place of any one

suffrāgātiō, suffrāgātiōnis fvoting for one, voting in one’s favor, interest, favor, support, suffrage

suffrāgātor, suffrāgātōris mone who votes for another, supporter, partisan, suffragator

suffugium, suffugiī nplace beneath which one flies, shelter, covert, refuge, remedy

sūgillāre, sūgillō, sūgillāvi, sūgillātumbeat black-and blue, flout, jeer, taunt, scoff at, insult, revile, beat into one, suggest

sulcātor, sulcātōris mone who draws furrows, furrower, plougher, one who sails over, render, tearer, lacerator

summus, summī mhe who sits in the highest place, he who sits at the head of the table

summūtāre, summūtō, summūtāvīchange, interchange, substitute one thing for another

superficiārius, superficiāriī mone who has a house on another man’s land, superficiary

superfundere, superfundō, superfūdī, superfūsumpour over, pour upon, pour itself out, overflow, spread out, scatter, extend, spread abroad, extended, pour one thing over another, spread one thing over another

superī, superōrum mthey who are above

superīnstruere, superīnstruō, īnstrūctusbuild over, build upon, arrange over one another

superquārtus, superquārta, superquārtumone fourth as much more

superquīntus, superquīnta, superquīntumßone fifth as much more

supersēminātor, supersēminātōris mone who sows upon, one who sows in addition

supersextus, supersexta, supersextumone sixth as much more

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

Supīnālis, Supīnālis mhe who overthrows, he who destroys

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

supplantātor, supplantātōris mone who trips up another’s heels, supplanter

supplicātor, supplicātōris mone that prays humbly, suppliant

surrōstrānī, surrōstrānōrum mpeople who hang about the forum near the rostra, loungers, idlers

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

suspectiō, ōnis flooking up to any one, esteeming highly

suspector, suspectōris mone who looks up to or respects a thing, respecter

suspendiōsus, suspendiōsī mone that has hanged himself

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

symbolum, symbolī n (σύμβολον)sign or mark by which one gives another to understand any thing, token, symbol

symposion, symposiī nThe Banquet, title of one of Plato’s dialogues, dialogue of Xenophon

symposium, symposiī nThe Banquet, title of one of Plato’s dialogues, dialogue of Xenophon

symposium, symposiī nThe Banquet, title of one of Plato’s dialogues, dialogue of Xenophon

synalīphē, synallīphēs flīphēcontraction of two syllables into one

synaloepha, synaloephae fcontraction of two syllables into one

synaloephē, synaloephēs fcontraction of two syllables into one

syncrāsis, syncrāsis fmingling, blending, one of the Æons

synesis, synesis funderstanding, one of the Æons

synizēsis, synizēsis fcontraction of two vowels into one syllable

tabelliō, tabelliōnis mone who draws up written instruments, such as contracts, wills, notary, scrivener

taedēscere, taedēscitit disgusts, it offends, it wearies one,

taurobolīnus, taurobolīnī mone who has sacrificed a bull to Cybele

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

teletus, teletī mone of the Æons

temperātor, temperātōris mone who duly arranges, one who duly orders, one who duly governs

temptātor, temptātōris massailant, attempter, tempter, tempter, devil, who attacks

tenebriō, tenebriōnis mone who shuns the light, trickster, swindler

tentātor, tentātōris massailant, attempter, tempter, tempter, devil, who att, ,

tergiversātor, tergiversātōris mone who delays, one who declines, one who hangs back, boggler, laggard

terminātor, terminātōris mhe who limits, he who sets bounds, limiter, delimiter

tessalārius, tessalāriī mone who makes tessellae, mosaic worker, dice maker

tessellārius, tessellāriī mone who makes tessellae, mosaic worker, dice maker

testamentārius, testamentāriī mone who draws up a will, one who forges a will

tēstātor, tēstātōris mone who bears witness, one who testifies to a thing, witness, one who makes a will, one who makes a testament, testator

testis, testeone who attests any thing, witness, eye-witness, spectator

testis, testis cone who attests any thing, witness, eye-witness, spectator

tetanicus, tetanica, tetanicumone affected with tetanus, stiff-necked

tetrarcha, tetrarchae mruler who governed the fourth part of a country, tetrarch

tetrarchēs, tetrarchae mruler who governed the fourth part of a country, tetrarch

theologus, theologī mone who treats of the deity and of divine things, theologian

thēsaurus, thēsaurī m (θησαυρός)any thing laid up, any thing stored up, hoard, treasure, provision, store, great quantity, a loved one, a valued or dear object

theūrgus, theūrgī mone who summons spirits, magician, theurgist

thlasiās, thlasiae mone made a eunuch by bruising

thlibiās, thlibiae mone made a eunuch by bruising

thlībomenī, thlībomenōrum mwho are being hassled, who are being oppressed

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

toga pūraunornamented toga of youth who had laid aside the praetexta

tolerātor, tolerātōris mone who endures, tolerator

tollere, tollō, sustulī, sublātumcarry, assume, bear, endure, take away, remove, bear away, carry away, make way with, take away with one, kill, destroy, ruin, do away with, remove, abolish, annul, abrogate, cancel

toreutēs, toreutae mone who makes embossed work, chaser, graver

tractātor, tractātōris mslave among the Romans, who manipulated his master’s limbs, shampooer, handler, treater of any thing

tractātrīx, tractātrīcis ffemal slave among the Romans, who manipulated his master’s limbs, female shampooer

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

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

trahārius, trahāriī mone who draws a traha, sledge-man, baggage-man

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

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

trānsfigūrātor suīhypocrite, one who disguises himself

trānsflūminālis,trānsflūminālis mwho lives above the river, who lives over the river

trānsflūminiānus, trānsflūminiānī mwho lives above the river, who lives over the river

trānsfluviālis, trānsfluviālis mwho lives above the river, who lives over the river

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

trānsigere, trānsigō, trānsēgī, trānsāctumdrive through, thrust through, stick through, stab, pierce one through with a weapon, transfix, transpierce, carry through, bring to an end, finish, settle, complete, conclude, perform, accomplish, despatch, transact any business, dispose of, sell, bring to an end

trānsilītor, trānsilītōris mone who leaps over

trānsitor, trānsitōris mone who goes over, a passer by

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

trānslātor, trānslātōris mone who carries over, one who hands over, transferrer, translator

trānsmigrātiō, trānsmigrātiōnis fremoving from one country to another, transmigration

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

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

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

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

trānssūmere, trānssūmōtake from one to another, adopt, assume

trānssūmptiō, trānssūmptiōnis ftaking of one thing for another, assuming of one thing for another, transumption, metalepsis

trānsūmere, trānsūmōtake from one to another, adopt, assume

trānsūmptiō, trānsūmptiōnis ftaking of one thing for another, assuming of one thing for another, transumption, metalepsis

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

triambī, triambōrum mthree people who improvised a drama performance

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

tribas, tribadis fwoman who practises lewdness with women

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

tribum ūnam ferōreceive the votes of only one Tribus

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

tribūnōs plēbis in aliquā rē ā praetōre appellōappeal in one case against the decision of the

tribūnus aerāriuspaymaster, who assisted the quaestors

triclīniarcha, triclīniarchae mchief servant who has charge of the table

triclīniarchēs, triclīniarchae mchief servant who has charge of the table

triēns, trientis mthird part, a third of any thing, third part of an as, third part of an aureus, one third per cent, third of a juger, third of a foot

trientārius, trientāria, trientāriumbelonging to a third part, a third of one per cent (monthly), four per cent (a year)

trigamus, trigamī mthricemarried man, one who has three wives, one who has been married three times

trīgārium, trīgāriī none who drives a threehorse chariot, number three

trīgārius, trīgāriī mone who drives a threehorse chariot

trihēmitonium, trihēmitoniī none and a half tone, minor third

trilīciārius, trilīciāriiī mwho weaves with three twists, who weaves triple twisted

triumphālis, triumphālis mone who has had the honors of a triumph

triumphātor, triumphātōris mone who triumphs, triumpher, conqueror, vanquisher

triumphātōrius, triumphātōria, triumphātōriumbelonging to one who triumphs, triumphing, triumphant

trochilea, trochileae fmechanical contrivance for raising weights, case or sheaf containing one or more pulleys, bloc

trochlea, trochleae f (τροχαλία)mechanical contrivance for raising weights, case or sheaf containing one or more pulleys, bloc

troclea, trocleae fmechanical contrivance for raising weights, case or sheaf containing one or more pulleys, bloc

troclia, trocliae fmechanical contrivance for raising weights, case or sheaf containing one or more pulleys, bloc

troculea, troculeae fmechanical contrivance for raising weights, case or sheaf containing one or more pulleys, bloc

Trōglodytae, ārum mpeople of Ethiopia who dwelt in caves, Troglodytes

trutinātor, trutinātōris mweigher, one who examines, one who judges

tuī carendum estone must do without you, you must be renounced, one has to do without you

tum ... tum ...sometimes … sometimes, now … now, at one time … at another

tunicopallium, tunicopalliī ngarment uniting in one the tunic and the pallium

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

turmālēs, turmālium mequestrians of one squadron, horsemen of the same troop

tūtēlārius, tūtēlāriī mone who has the care or custody of a thing, keeper, warden, curator

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

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

ūllus, ūlla, ūllum (Gen. ūllīus, Dat. ūllī)any, any one, any one, anybody

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

ultima audeōrisk everything, put everything on one card, dare the extreme, dare the utmost

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

ūnāin one and the same place, at the same time, in company, together

ūnā hōrāduring one hour, in one hour

ūnā in rē anteferor alicuīin one point to be placed above someone, in one point to be preferred to someone else

ūnā litterārum sīgnificātiōnewith one stroke of the pen, with one pen stroke

ūna mihi restat spēsstill one hope remains for me

ūnā sīgnificātiōne litterārumwith one stroke of the pen

ūnanimāns, ūnanimantisof one mind, of one accord

ūnanimis, ūnanimeof one mind, accordant, harmonious, unanimous

ūnanimus, ūnanima, ūnanimumof one mind, of one heart, of one will, of one accord, concordant, harmonious, unanimous

ūnārius, ūnāria, ūnāriumhaving only one variation

uncia, unciae f (οὐγκία)one twelfth of a jugerum

ūnctrīx, ūnctrīcis fthe woman who anoints, femal anointer

unde audierim, oblītus sumhave forgotten who I heard it from

ūndecimprīmus, ūndecimprīmī mone of the eleven elders of the city

ūnēscere, ūnēscōunite, to become one

ūnianimis, ūnianimeof one mind, of one heart, of one will, of one accord, concordant, harmonious, unanimous

ūnicolor, ūnicolōrisof one color, all of one, all of the same color

ūnicolōrus, ūnicolōra, ūnicolōrumof one color, all of one, all of the same color

ūnicorporeus, ūnicorporea, ūnicorporeumhaving one body, single-bodied

ūnicuba, ūnicubae fthat has lain with but one husband

ūnicultor, ūnicultōris mworshipper of one God, monotheist

ūnicus, ūnica, ūnicumone and no more, only, sole, single, alone of its kind, singular, uncommon, unparalleled, unique, singularly bad, detestable

ūnifistulātus, ūnifistulāta, ūnifistulātumwith one barrel

ūnifōrmiterin one and the same manner, uniformly

ūnigena, ūnigena conly-begotten, only, born of one parent, born of the same family

ūnigena, ūnigena conly-begotten, only, born of one parent, born of the same family

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

ūnimanus, ūnimana, ūnimanum (nur Akk. Sgl. ūnimanum)having only one hand, one-handed

ūnimodus, ūnimoda, ūnimodumof one fashion, of one sort, simple

ūninōmius, ūninōmia, ūninōmiumof one name, bearing the same name

ūniō, ūniōnis fnumber one, oneness, unity, unity, union, single large pearl, kind of single onion

ūnipetius, ūnipetia, ūnipetiumhaving only one stalk

ūnīscere, ūnīscōunite, to become one

ūnistirpis, ūnistirpehaving only one stem, having only one trunk

ūnitās ex duōbus fīofrom two to become one

ūnitās, ūnitātis fstate of being one, oneness, unity, unity of sentiment, agreement, concord

ūniterinto one, together in one, conjointly

ūnīusmodī (= ūnīus modī)of one and the same species

ūniversitās, ūniversitātis fthe whole, the whole number of things, the whole world, the universe, number of persons associated into one body, society, company, community, guild, corporation

ūnivira, ūnivirae fwoman that has had only one husband

ūnivirātus, ūnivirātūs mstate of a woman who has married but once

ūniviria, ūniviriae fwoman that has had only one husband

ūnivocus, ūnivoca, ūnivocumthat has but one meaning, univocal

ūnāre, ūnō make one, join, unite

ūnō ad nūllum ictū vīcimuswin with one to zero goals, win with 1:0

unō agminein one go, in one move

ūnō haustū(drink) in one go

ūnō impetū pōtōdrink it empty in one go

ūnō in cōnspectūat one glance, at one look

ūnō in saltū duōs aprōs capiōcatch two boars in one forest

ūnō in saltū duōs aprōs capiōkill two birds with one stone, kill two flies with one stone

ūnō locōin one respect, in one consideration, in one relationship, in one point

ūnō nōmineunder one heading, at once

ūnō opere eandem incūdem diem noctemque tundōdo one and the same thing all the time

ūnō ōreunanimously, with one voice, with one vote, all together

unō tenōrein one course, in one direction, uninterruptedly, uniformly

ūnō tractūin one go, all at once

ūnō verbōin a word, in one word, in short

ūnō vulnere aliquem in mortem afficiōto wound someone to death with one blow, to give someone the death blow

ūnum atque idemone and the same

ūnum illudthis one grievance

ūnum lūsum cōnficiōplay only one game

ūnum tē rogāre volōjust one thing I want to ask you

ūnus atque alterone or the other, some, several, quite a few

ūnus beātiōrumone of the wealthy, one of the more wealthy

ūnus Catō est prō centum mīlibusone Cato weighs hundreds of thousands

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

ūnus et īdemone and the same

ūnus mihi restat scrūpulusone concern remains for me, I still have one reservation

ūnus, ūna, ūnum (Gen. ūnīus, Dat. ūnī)one, a single, some, some one, alone, only, sole, single

Ūrania, Ūraniae fthe Muse of astronomy, name of one of Actœon’s hounds

Ūraniē, Ūraniēs fthe Muse of astronomy, name of one of Actœon’s hounds

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

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

ūsuārius, ūsuāriī mone who uses or has the use of a thing

ūsūfrūctuārius, ūsūfrūctuāriī mone who has the use and profit but not the property of a thing, a usufructuary

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

ūsūrpātor, ūsūrpātōris mone who uses possession unlawfully, one who takes possession unlawfully, usurper of a thing, one who accomplishes

ut crēditurallegedly, as one believes

ut crēduntallegedly, as one believes

ut valētur?how's it going?, how does one feel?

utcumquein what way soever, howsoever, however, in any way whatever, in one way or another, at whatever time, whenever

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

uter, utra, utrum (Gen. utrīus, Dat. utrī)which of them, which of the two, who of them

uterlibet, utralibet, utrumlibetwhich of the two you please, whichsoever of the two, either one (of two), either of the two

utervīs, utravīs, utrumvīswhich of the two you will, either one of the two, either

ūtī, ūtor, ūsus sumindulge, yield to, experience, undergo, receive, enjoy the friendship of any one, be familiar with, be intimate with, associate with, be in possession of a thing, have, hold

utpote quī (quae, quod) (+ Konj.)inasmuch as he who, inasmuch as he, because he,

ūtrārius, ūtrāriī mone who brings water in skins, water-carrier

ūtricīda, ūtricīdae mone who cuts skins or bags in pieces, skin-slayer, utricide

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

utrōlibetto either one of two sides, to either side

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

vāsclārius, vāsclāriī mone who makes vessels of metal

vāsculārius, vāsculāriī mone who makes vessels of metal, worker in metals, whitesmith, goldsmith

vāsus fictilisa fool who cannot defend himself

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

vēlārius, vēlāriī msailor who attended to furling and unfurling the sails

vēlārius, vēlāriī mslave who attended to closing the curtains at the entrance of an apartment, door-keeper

vēlātī, vēlātōrum msoldiers who wore only a cloak

vēles, vēlitis m (meist Pl. vēlitēs, vēlitum m)light-armed soldier, who attacked the enemy out of the line of battle, skirmisher

vēnātor, vēnātōris mhunter, one who fights with wild beasts in the arena, huntsman, hunting man

venerāriī, venerāriōrum mfornicators, who indulge in sensual love

venetus, venetī mone of the Blue faction

ventilātor, ventilātoris fone who winnows grain, winnower

ventricola, ventricolae mone who makes a god of his belly, a belly-god, glutton

ventricultor, ventricultōris mone who makes a god of his belly, a belly-god, glutton

ventriloquus, ventriloquī mone who speaks from his belly, ventriloquist

ventum populārem quaerō in aliquā rēstrive for the people's favor in one thing

verbēnārius, verbēnāriī mone who bears the sacred boughs, of the fetiales

verberō, verberōnis mone worthy of stripes, scoundrel, rascal

verbigena, verbigenae mhe who was born of the Word, Christ

verbigenus, verbigenī mhe who was born of the Word, Christ

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

versicapillus, versicapillī mone who changes hair, whose hair grows gray

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

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

vestrī, vestrōrum myour relatives, who belong to you

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

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

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

vēxillātiō, vēxillātiōnis fbody of the vexillarii, soldiers united under one flag, corps, battalion, division of cavalry, troop, squadron

viāticum, viāticī ntravellingmoney, provision for a journey, journey, resources, means, money made by a soldier in the wars, savings, prize-money, money to pay the expenses of one studying abroad

viātor, viātōris mwayfarer, traveller, summoner, apparitor, officer who summons persons before the magistrate

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

videndum est, quō sua quemque nātūra māximē ferre videāturone must pay attention to the natural inclination of the individual

vidētur alicuīit seems someone proper, it seems someone right, it seems someone fit, it seems good to any one, it pleases someone, it someone likes

vīgintīsēvir, vīgintīsēvirī mone of the twenty six

vīgintīsexvir, vīgintīsexvirī mone of the twenty six

vīlicō, vīlicōnis mone managing a farm, bailiff, overseer

vindex, vindicis cone who lays legal claim to a thing, a claimant, maintainer, defender, protector, deliverer, liberator, vindicator, avenger, punisher, revenger

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

violātrīx, violātrīcis fshe who profanes or violates

vir defūnctus honōribusman who has managed all the honorary posts, someone who has held all the honorary positions

vir honōribus ac reī pūblicae mūneribus perfūnctusman who has managed all the honorary posts, someone who has held all the honorary positions

vir, virī mmale person, man, husband, man of courage, man of principle, man of honor, one who deserves the name of a man, soldier

virgātor, virgātōris mone who beats with rods, flogger

virgātor, virgātōris mone who beats with rods, flogger

virī gravitātem adsevērantēsmen who profess serious principles

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

virītimman by man, to each one separately, singly, individually, each by itself, singly, separately

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

vītis ūnciāriavine that carries grapes of one ounce weight

vīvificātor, vīvificātōris mhe who makes alive, quickener, vivifier

vīvificātrīx, vīvificātrīcis fshe who makes alive

vōciferātor, vōciferātōris mone who cries aloud, crier, vociferator

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

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

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

volāre, volō, volāvī, volātumfly, move swiftly like one flying, fleet, speed, hasten along

volpiō, volpiōnis mone cunning as a fox, sly fox

vomitor, vomitōris none who vomits, vomiter

vopiscus, vopiscī mone of a pair of twins, born alive after the premature birth and death of the other

vorsicapillus, vorsicapillī mone who changes hair, whose hair grows gray

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

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

vulgō dīciturcommonly said, generally one says

vulpiō, vulpiōnis mone cunning as a fox, sly fox

xenodochus, xenodochī mone who receives strangers, superintendent of the stranger’s hospital

xenoparochus, xenoparochī mone who provides for strangers

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

Zōē, Zōēs fone of the Æons of Valentinus

Formenbestimmung

Wortform von: one
[63] Vok. Sgl. m. PPP von onera umerīs accipiō
lade mir die Lasten auf die Schultern;
[80] Adv. des PPP von onera umerīs accipiō
lade mir die Lasten auf die Schultern;

3. Belegstellen für "one who establishes"



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