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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

abdicātrīx, abdicātrīcis fshe that renounces or disclaims any thing

abhorrēre, abhorreō, abhorruīshrink back from a thing, shudder at, abhor, be averse to a thing, be disinclined to a thing, not to wish it, vary from, differ from, be inconsistent with, not to agree with

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

abnuēre, abnueōrefuse by a nod, deny, refuse, decline doing a thing, reject

abnuere, abnuō, abnuī, abnuitūrusrefuse by a nod, deny, refuse, decline doing a thing, reject

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

abōmināmentum, abōmināmentī na detestable thing

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

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

abūtī, abūtor, abūsus sumuse up any thing, use to the end, consume entirely, misuse, abuse, use improperly (of words)

accanere, accanōsing to any thing, sing with any thing

accantitāre, accantitō (adcantitō)sing to any thing, sing with any thing

accantāre, accantō (adcantō)sing to any thing, sing with any thing

accendere, accendō, accendī, accēnsumkindle any thing above, set on fire, kindle, light, light up, illuminate, inflame a person, incite, rouse up

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

accidēns, accidentis naccidental quality of any thing, nonessential quality of any thing, extraneous circumstance, unfortunate circumstance

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

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

accinere, accinō, accinuīsing to any thing

accipere, accipiō, accēpī, acceptumaccept, take, take possession of, get, receive, be the recipient of, hear, perceive, observe, learn, take a thing upon one’s self, undertake, bear, endure, suffer, be satisfied with, approve, explain a word in any manner

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

accubitāre, accubitōlie near a thing, lie by a thing, recline at table, lie with

accubāre, accubō (adcubō)lie near a thing, lie by a thing, recline at table, lie with

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

acerbāre, acerbōmake harsh or bitter, embitter, augment any thing disagreeable, aggravate any thing disagreeable

acrō, acrōnis m (acrōn, acrōnis m)extremity of a thing, member of the body, stem of a plant

acrōn, acrōnis mextremity of a thing, member of the body, stem of a plant

acrōtērium, acrōtēriī nthe projecting or extreme part of a thing, the projecting part of a pediment

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

āctus, āctūs mmoving of an object, driving of an object, impulse, motion, right of driving cattle through a place, passage for cattle, road between fields, cart-way, carriageway, doing a thing

āctus, āctūs mperforming a thing, act, performance, public employment, business of state, representation of a play, representation of a part, representation of a character

adamāns, adamantis madamant, hardest iron, hardest steel, any thing inflexible, anything firm, anything lasting, a hard heart, a unyielding heart, a inexorable heart, diamond

adamās, adamantis m (ἀδάμας)adamant, hardest iron, hardest steel, any thing inflexible, anything firm, anything lasting, a hard heart, a unyielding heart, a inexorable heart, diamond

adambuāre, adambulōwalk about at a thing, walk about near a thing

adcubāre, adcubōlie near a thing, lie by a thing, recline at table, lie with

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

addictus, addicta, addictumdedicated to a thing, devoted to a thing, destined to, given up to, bound to

addubitāre, addubitō, addubitāvī, addubitātumincline to doubt, begin to doubt, be in doubt, doubt, be doubtful of a thing, to call in question, hesitate

adhaerēre, adhaereō, adhaesī, adhaesumcleave to a thing, stick to a thing, cling to, adhere to, be close to a person, be close to a thing, be near, hang on, keep close to, hang on a thing, trail after, drag after, to be the last

adicere, adiciō, adiēcī, adiectumthrow a thing to, cast a thing to, put at, place at, put near, place near, throw, hurl, (mentem) direct the mind to, (oculos) direct the eye to, apply to a thing by way of increase, increase, add to what has already been said, add to a bid, out-bid

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

adiūrātor, adiūrātōris mone who conjures a thing, conjurer

admīrārī, admīror, admīrātus sumwonder at, be astonished at, regard with admiration, admire, gaze at passionately, strive after a thing from admiration of it, desire to obtain a thing from admiration of it, fall into a state of wonder or astonishment at a thing

admīscēre, admīsceō, admīscuī, admīxtum (admīstum)add to by mingling, mix with, mingle with, admix, mingle in, dd to, mix up with, join to, involve in a thing, entangle in a thing

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

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

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

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

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

adsevērātiō, adsevērātiōnis fearnest pursuit of any thing, vehement assertion, affirmation, asseveration, persevering earnestness, vehemence, rigor, strengthening part of speech, word of emphasis

adsībilāre, adsībilō, adsībilāvī, adsībilātumhiss to a thing, murmur to a thing, whisper at a thing, whisper to a thing

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

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

adspargere, adspargō, adsparsī, adsparsum (cf. σπείρω)scatter, strew something on something, sprinkle, spatter over, fasten upon, bestow, bequeath something to, set apart for, add to, join, strew some person or thing with something, splash over, besprinkle, bespatter, bedew, spot, stain, sully, defile, asperse

adspergere, adspergō, adspersī, adspersum (cf. σπείρω)scatter, strew something on something, sprinkle, spatter over, fasten upon, bestow, bequeath something to, set apart for, add to, join, strew some person or thing with something, splash over, besprinkle, bespatter, bedew, spot, stain, sully, defile, asperse

adstruere, adstruō, adstruxī, adstrūctumbuild near, build in addition to a thing, add to, furnish with something

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

adtremere, attremōtremble at a thing

adulterāre, adulterō, adulterāvī, adulterātumcommit adultery, pollute, defile, falsify, adulterate, give a foreign nature to a thing, counterfeit

adulterārī, adulterorcommit adultery, pollute, defile, falsify, adulterate, give a foreign nature to a thing, counterfeit

adumbrātiō, adumbrātiōnis fsketch in shadow, sketch à la silhouette, perspective sketch, perspective draft, sketch, outline, false show, semblance of a thing, pretence

adumbrāre, adumbrō, adumbrāvī, adumbrātumbring a shadow over a thing, cast a shadow on, shade by something, overshadow by something, shade, represent an object with the due mingling of light and shade, represent a thing in the appropriate manner, represent a thing only in outline, represent a thing

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

adverberāre, adverberōstrike on a thing

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

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

assevērātiō, assevērātiōnis f (adsevērātiō)earnest pursuit of any thing, vehement assertion, affirmation, asseveration, persevering earnestness, vehemence, rigor, strengthening part of speech, word of emphasis

assībilāre, assībilō, assībilāvī, assībilātumhiss to a thing, murmur to a thing, whisper at a thing, whisper to a thing

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

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

astruere, astruō (adstruō), astruxī, astrūctumbuild near, build in addition to a thing, add to, furnish with something

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

attremere, attremōtremble at a thing

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

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

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

scatūrīre, scatūriō, scatūrīvī (scaturriō)to be full of, to be filled with, to be abound in a thing

scatūrrīre, scatūrriō, scatūrrīvīto be full of, to be filled with, to be abound in a thing

scientia, scientiae fa knowing in any thing, being skilled in any thing, knowledge, science, skill, expertness

scīre, sciō, scīvī (sciī), scītumKnowing, understanding, acquainted with, skilled, versed, expert in any thing

scīre, sciō, scīvī (sciī), scītumunderstand, perceive, have knowledge in any thing, have skill in any thing

scōpās dissolvōto throw any thing into disorder or confusion

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

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

serere, serō, sēvī, satumsow, plant, beget, bring forth, produce, sow the seeds of any thing, found, establish, scatter, disseminate, propagate, cause, occasion, excite

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

sīgnāre, sīgnō, sīgnāvī, sīgnātumset a mark upon, mark, mark out, designate, imprint, mark with a seal, seal, seal up, affix a seal to a thing, mark with a stamp, stamp, coin, license, distinguish, adorn, decorate, point out, signify, indicate, express, recognize, settle, establish, confirm, prescribe

silēre, sileō, siluībe noiseless, still, silen, keep silence, not to speak of, to keep silent respecting a thing, be still, be quiet, remain inactive, rest, cease

simulāre, simulō, simulāvī, simulātummake a thing like another, imitate, copy, represent

sinere, sinō, sīvī, situmlet, suffer, allow, permit, give leave, give up, cease, leave a thing undone

sinus, sinūs mbent surface, curve, fold, hollow, purse, money, bosom, bay, bight, gulf, basin, hollow, valley, the interior part, the inmost part of a thing

situs, sitūs mbeing laid, being placed, lying, manner of lying, situation, local position, site of a thing, a quarter of the world, region, rust, mould, mustiness, dust, dirt, neglect, idleness, absence of use, rusting, moulding, wasting away, dulness, inactivity

speculābundus, speculābunda, speculābundumon the look-out, on the watch, watching for any thing

statēra, statērae f (στατήρ)steelyard, balance, pole-bar of a chariot, kind of platter, value of a thing

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

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

strāmen, strāminis nstraw, litter spread under any thing

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

studium, studiī nbusying one’s self about a thing, application to a thing, assiduity, zeal, eagerness, fondness, inclination, desire, exertion, endeavor, study, good-will, affection, attachment, devotion, favor, kindness

stupēre, stupeō, stupuībe struck senseless, be stunned, be benumbed, be struck aghast, be astonished, be astounded, be amazed, be confounded, be stupefied, be astonished, be amazed at, wonder at any thing

subarātor, subarātōris mone who ploughs close to any thing

subarāre, subarō, subarāvī, subarātumplough close to any thing

subdere, subdō, subdidī, subditumput in the place of another person or thing, substitute, put something spurious in the place of another person or thing, substitute falsely, forge, counterfeit, make up

subīre, subeō, subiī (subīvī), subitumcome under any thing, go under any thing, come or go up to, approach, draw near, advance to a place, proceed to a place, come on, go on, follow, succeed, go down, sink, come up, spring up

suberrāre, suberrō, suberrāvī, suberrātumwander about under any thing

subexhibēre, subexhibeōexhibit under any thing

subhaerēre, subhaereostick under, stick behind, cleave, adhere to a thing

subiacēre, subiaceō, subiacuīlie under any thing, lie near any thing, be under, subject to any thing, belong to, be connected with

subigitāre, subigitōlie with illicitly, work upon, incite to any thing

subitum, subitī nsudden thing, unexpected thing, sudden occurrence

sublinere, sublinō, sublēvī, sublitumbesmear beneat, anoint beneath, lay on as a groundcolor, prime with any thing, put underneath, underlay

submēiere, submēiomake water under a thing, piss under oneself

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

subolet alicuīsmell, scent, perceive any thing, perceive, detect

subolet mihismell, scent, perceive any thing, perceive, detect

subolere, subolōemit a smell, smell, scent, perceive any thing, perceive, detect,

subscrībere, subscrībō, subscrīpsī, subscrīptumwrite underneath, write below, write down, sign, subscribe one’s name, set down, note down, assent to, agree to, approve of any thing, grant, allow, accord

subscrīptiō, subscrīptiōnis fAny thing written underneath, subscription, warrant, list, register

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

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

substernere, substernō, substrāvī, substrātumstrew, scatter, spread, lay under, lay beneath, spread underneath, lay as a ground-color, furnish, bestrew, spread over, cover any thing, spread out, submit for examination, submit for acceptance, give up, surrender, prostitute

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

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

subterdūcere, subterdūcō, subterdūxīcarry off secretly, to steal away any thing

subteriacēre, subteriaceōlie under any thing

subteriacere, subteriaciōthrow under any thing

subternatāre, subternatōswim under any thing

subtexere, subtexō, subtexuī, subtextumweave under any thing, weave below any thing, join on, fasten, affix, draw before, veil, cover, hide, darken, obscure, conceal, add, annex, append, subjoin, put together, compose, prepare, contrive

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

succidere, succidō, succidīfall under any thing, be comprehended under, sink under one’s self, sink down, sink

succumbere, succumbō, succubuī, succubitumlay under any thing, put one’s self under any thing, fall down, lie down, sink down, lie down to a man, cohabit with a man, yield, be overcome, submit, surrender, succumb

succus, succī mjuice, moisture, sap, medicinal liquor, drink, draught, potion, taste of any thing, flifelavor, strength, rigor, energy, spirit, life

sūcus, sūcī mjuice, moisture, sap, medicinal liquor, drink, draught, potion, taste of any thing, flifelavor, strength, rigor, energy, spirit, life

sūdāre, sūdo, sūdāvi, sūdātumsweat, perspire, sweat with, perspire with, to be wet with, moist with, drenched in any thing, sweat, drip, distil from any thing, toil, labor hard, exert one’s self, fatigue one’s self, tire one’s self out

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

superbīre, superbiō, superbiībe haughty, be proud, take pride in a thing, disdains, be superb, be splendid, be magnificent

superedere, superedōeat besides a thing, eat after a thing

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

superfulgēre, superfulgeōshine over a thing, shine forth

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

superhabēre, superhabeōhave over a thing, have upon a thing

superiacere, superiaciō, superiēcī, superiectum (superiactum)cast over, throw over, cast upon, throw upon, overdo, exaggerate, overtop with any thing

superiactāre, superiactō, superiactātusfling up, toss up, spring over a thing

superillinere, superillinō, superillēvī, superillitumsmear over, besmear, anoint with a thing, smear a thing over another, spread a thing over another

superimpendere, superimpendōspend upon any thing, exhaust upon any thing

superinductiō, superinductiōnis ferasing any thing written

superinungere, superinungōsmear over, besmear, anoint with any thing

superplaudere, superplaudōclap over a thing, flap over a thing, flap at a thing

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

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

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

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

suspicere, suspiciō, suspexī, suspectumlook up, look upwards, look up at a thing, admire, respect, regard, esteem, honor, mistrust, suspect

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

tacēre, taceō, tacuī, tacitumpass over in silence, be silent respecting a thing

taedium, taediī nweariness, irksomeness, tediousness, loathing, disgust, loathsomeness, disgusting, loathsome thing, irksome thing, nuisance

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

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

tempus mihi dēest ad rem faciendamI don't have the time to do the thing

tergum, tergī nback part, hinder part, back, rear, surface, body of an animal, covering of the back, skin, hide, leather, thing made of hide or leather

terricula, terriculae fthing that excites terror, thing that frights

tertiātiō, tertiātiōnis fdoing a thing the third time

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

tetraphoros, tetraphoronof four bearers, four bearers carrying any thing together

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

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

tībīcināre, tībīcinō, tībīcinātusprop up, support any thing

torrēre, torreō, torruī, tōstumdry a thing by heat, parch, roast, bake, scorch, burn, dry up, nip, pinch

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

tractum, tractī nany thing drawn out at length, flock of wool drawn out for spinning, long piece of dough

tractus, tractūs mdrawing, dragging, hauling, pulling, drawing out, trailing, stretch, extent, tract of a thing, territory, district, region, tract of land, course, progress, movement, space, lapse, period, drawing out, protracting, lengthening, protraction, extension, length

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

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

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

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

tremere, tremō, tremuī (tr.)quake at a thing, tremble at a thing

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

trifurcium, trifurciī nany thing of a three-forked shape

tundō eandem incūdemstrike the same anvil, always do the same thing

turpe, turpis nbase thing, shameful thing, disgrace, shame, reproach

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

tȳrōcinium, tȳrōciniī nfirst military service, first campaign of a young soldier, military rawness, military inexperience, first beginning of any thing, first trial, first attempt, first essay, inexperience

ultimus, ultima, ultimumthe farthest, most distant, most remote, the uttermost, extreme, last, the farthest, the most distant part of any thing

umerus, umerī mupper bone of the arm, shoulder, middle part of a thing, back, ridge

uncia, unciae f (οὐγκία)twelfth part of any thing, a twelfth

unda, undae fwave, billow, surge, water, moisture, fluid, liquid, any wavelike thing, talon, ogee, stream, tide

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

untia, untiae f (οὐγκία)twelfth part of any thing, a twelfth

ūnum tē rogāre volōjust one thing I want to ask you

ūsū capere, ūsū capiō, ūsū cēpī, ūsū captumacquire ownership of a thing by long use, acquire by prescription or usucaption

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

ūsūcapere, ūsūcapiō, ūsūcēpī, ūsūcaptumacquire ownership of a thing by long use, acquire by prescription or usucaption

ūsūfacere, ūsūfaciō, ūsūfēcī, ūsūfactumacquire ownership of a thing by long use, acquire by prescription or usucaption

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

ūsūra, ūsūrae fusing of a thing, use of a thing, enjoyment of a thing, use of money lent, interest, usury

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

ūsūrpāre, ūsūrpō, ūsūrpāvī, ūsūrpātumtake into use, make use of, use, employ, apply, practise, exercise, enjoy, get possession of, acquire, obtain a thing, assume unlawfully, appropriate unlawfully, usurp

ūsus, ūsūs muse of any thing, using of any thing, employment, practice, exercise, experience, discipline, skill acquired by practice, reality, intercourse, familiarity, association, intimacy, society, usefulness, value, utility, benefit, profit, advantage

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

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

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

vadātus, vadāta, vadātumbound over to appear in court, bound, pledged, engaged to do any thing

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

vehes, vehis fcarriage loaded with any thing, cart-load, wagon-load

vehis, vehis fcarriage loaded with any thing, cart-load, wagon-load

vēlificāre, vēlificō, vēlificāvi, vēlificātummake sail, spread sail, sail, make sail for, exert one’s self to effect, procure a thing, or gain a thing

vēnālitās, vēnālitātis fcapability of being bought (with bribes), venality

venerārī, veneror, venerātus sumreverence with religious awe, to worship, adore, revere, venerate, do homage to, reverence, honor, ask reverently for any thing, beseech, implore, beg, entreat, supplicate

vēnārī, vēnor, vēnātus sumhunt, chase, hunt after, seek after, pursue a thing

vēnsīca, vēnsīcae fbladder, urinary bladder, any thing made of bladder, purse, cap, lantern, foot-ball, bladder-like tumor, blister, inflation of language, bombast

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

verērī, vereor, veritus sumfeel awe of, reverence, revere, respect, fear, be afraid of any thing, await with fear, dread

vēsīca, vēsīcae fbladder, urinary bladder, any thing made of bladder, purse, cap, lantern, foot-ball, bladder-like tumor, blister, inflation of language, bombast

vessīca, vessīcae fbladder, urinary bladder, any thing made of bladder, purse, cap, lantern, foot-ball, bladder-like tumor, blister, inflation of language, bombast

vēstibulum, vēstibulī nthe enclosed space between the entrance of a house and the street, fore, court, entrance-court, entrance to any thing, entrance, opening, beginning

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

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

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

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

viduāre, viduō, viduāvī, viduātusdeprive, bereave of any thing

viduus, vidua, viduumdeprived or bereft of a husband or wife, bereft of a lover, spouseless, mateless, widowed, destitute of, without any thing

vīlis amicōrum annōnafriends are bought cheaply, friends are cheap, friends do not cost much

vīlitās, vīlitātis flowness of price, cheapness, trifling value of a thing, meanness, baseness, worthlessness, vileness, low esteem, disregard, slighting, contempt

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

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

vindicātiō, vindicātiōnis flaying claim to a thing, civil action for a thing, lawsuit for a thing, taking into protection, protection, defence, vindication, avenging, punishment

vindiciae, vindiciārum flaying claim to a thing

viride, viridis ngreen color, greenness, verdure, green thing

vīscerālis, vīscerālelocated inside a thing, internal

vīsiō, vīsiōnis fact of seeing, sense of seeing, sight, vision, a thing seen, an appearance, apparition, image of a thing in the mind, an idea, conception, notion, supposition, case

vīsus, vīsūs mseeing, looking, look, glance, faculty of seeing, act of seeing, sight, vision, sight, organ of sight, a thing seen, appearance, apparition, seeming, probability

vocābulum, vocābulī nappellation, designation, name of any thing, substantive

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

voluntās, voluntātis fwill, freewill, wish, choice, desire, inclination, Disposition towards a person or thing, good-will, favor, affection, last will, testament, object, purpose, meaning, sense, signification, import

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

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