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acaunumarga, acaunumargae fkind of marl, stone-marl

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

achantum, achantī nkind of frankincense

acharna, acharnae fkind of sea-fish

acharnē, acharnae fkind of sea-fish

acopos, acopī fkind of stone, crystalline quartz

acorna, acornae fkind of thistle

acrochordōn, acrochordonis fkind of wart

acrocorium, acrocoriī nkind of onion

acus, acī mkind of sea-fish with a pointed snout, hornpike, garfish, garpike

ador, adōris nkind of grain, spelt

advocātiō, advocātiōnis fcalling to, summoning, legal assistance, judicial aid, the whole body of assistants, counsel, the time allowed for procuring legal assistance, any kind of delay, any kind of adjournment, consolation

aecus, aeca, aecumplain, even, level, flat, favorable, convenient, advantageous, propitious, favorable, kind, friendly, benevolent, equal, like, fair, equitable, impartial in conduct toward others, right, reasonable, unruffled, calm, composed, tranquil, patient, enduring

aedificium, aedificiī nbuilding of any kind, edifice, structure

aegilōps, aegilōpis m (Akk. Sgl. aegilōpa, Akk.Plur. aegilōpas)disease of the eyes, lacrimal fistula, ulcer in the inner corner of the eye, kind of oak with edible acorns, weed among barley, tare among barley, kind of bulbous plant

aegōlios, aegōliī mkind of screech-owl

aegyptilla, aegyptillae fprecious stone once found in Egypt, kind of onyx

aequanimis, aequanimekind, mild

aequus, aequa, aequumplain, even, level, flat, favorable, convenient, advantageous, propitious, favorable, kind, friendly, benevolent, equal, like, fair, equitable, impartial in conduct toward others, right, reasonable, unruffled, calm, composed, tranquil, patient, enduring

āerizūsa, āerizūsae fkind of precious stone, turquoise

aerōnālis, aerōnāleof the best kind

aerūca, aerūcae fkind of verdigris

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

affectuōsus, affectuōsa, affectuōsumfull of inclination, full of affection, full of love, affectionate, kind, zärtlich

africia, africiae fa kind of pastry, a kind of biscuit

agathodaemōn, agathodaemonis m (Akk. Plur. agathodaemonas)kind of serpent in Egypt to which healing power was ascribed

albuēlis, albuēlis fkind of vine

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

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

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

alimodīof a different kind, of another kind

alīusmodīof another kind

allium ursīnumkind of wild garlic

almitās, almitātis fbenignity, kind behavior

almitiēs, almitiēī fbenignity, kind behavior

almus, alma, almumnourishing, affording, nourishment, cherishing, genial, restoring, reviving, kind, propitious, indulgent, bountiful, refreshing

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

alōpecis, alōpecidis fkind of vine which produces clusters resembling the tail of a fox

alōpecūros, alōpecūrī ffox-tail, kind of plant

alōpēx, alōpecis f (Akk. Sgl. alōpeca)kind of shark, sea-fox, thresher-shark

altercātiō, altercātiōnis fstrife in words, contest in words, dispute, debate, altercation, kind of discourse in a court of justice

alum, alī ncomfrey, kind of garlic

alus, alī fcomfrey, kind of garlic

alūta, alūtae fkind of soft leather (prepared by means of alum), shoe, purse, pouch, patch put on the face for ornament

alutiae, alutiārum fkind of gold mines, platinum mines

amāns, amantisfond, loving, kind, feeling kindly to, benevolent, pleasing, friendly, affectionate

amīcus, amīca, amīcumfriendly, kind, amicable, favorable, inclined to, liking, kindly, pleasing

ammodytēs, ammodytae mkind of serpent in Africa

ampelītis, ampelītidis fkind of bituminous earth, with which the vine was sprinkled in order to keep off worms

amphisbaena, amphisbaenae fkind of serpent in Libya which can move either backwards or forwards

āmus, āmī mhook, fish-hook, angle, talons of a hawk, thorns, kind of pastry

anachylis, anachylis f (Akk. Sgl. anachylin)kind of water plant

ancōn, ancōnis m (Akk.Sgl. ancōna)arm of a workman’s square, stone in a wall, which projects above more than below, and supports something, console, volut, arm of a chair, kind of drinking-vessel in an alehouse

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

androsaemon, androsaemī na kind of St, John’s-wort, with blood-red juice

androsaemum, androsaemī na kind of St, John’s-wort, with blood-red juice

antēs, antium mkind of teacher, preschool teacher, subteacher

antescholārius, antescholāriī mkind of teacher, preschool teacher, subteacher

antescolārius, antescolāriī mkind of teacher, preschool teacher, subteacher

anthalium, anthaliī nkind of bulbous esculent root

anthracias, anthraciae mkind of carbuncle, coal-carbuncle

anthracītēs, anthracītae mkind of blood-stone

anthracītis, anthracītidis fkind of carbuncle, coal-carbuncle

antipathēs antipathis fblack kind of coral used as a preventive of witchcraft

antistrephōn, antistrephontos mretorsion, a special kind of conclusion,

antura, anturae funknown kind of herb

aper, aprī m (κάπρος)wild boar, a standard of the Roman legions, an unknown kind of fish

apexabō, apexabōnis fkind of sausage

apexaō, apexaōnis fkind of sausage

aphaca, aphacae fkind of pulse, field or chick-pea, common dandelion

aphacē, aphacae fkind of pulse, field or chick-pea, common dandelion

aphaerema, aphaerematis ncoarse kind of grits

aplūda, aplūdae fchaff, bran, kind of drink

aplysiae, aplysiārum finferior kind of sponge

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

applūda, applūdae fchaff, bran, kind of drink

apūs, apodis m (ἄπους - fußlos)kind of swallow, said to have no feet, the black martin

apȳrēnum, apȳrēnī nkind of pomegranate with soft kernels

arachidnē, arachidnēs fwild leguminous plant, kind of chickling vetch

arachnē, arachnēs fwild leguminous plant, kind of chickling vetch

aracia, araciae fkind of white figtree

aratia, aratiae fkind of fig

arcebion, arcebii na plant, usually called onochiles or anchusa, kind of ox-tongue

arcuma, arcumae fa kind of small carriage

argītis, argītidis fkind of vine with white clusters of grapes

argyrītis, argyrītidis f (Akk. argyrītim)kind of silver dross, litharge of silver

arinca, arincae fkind of grain (olyra), rye, one-grained wheat

aris, aridis fkind of arum, dragon-root, green dragon

armātūra, armātūrae farmor, equipment, armed soldiers, armed force, kind of exercise in arms, rigging

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

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

salpūga, salpūgae fkind of venomous ant, kind of venomous spider

scincos, scincī ma kind of lizard

scincus, scincī ma kind of lizard

scinifes, scinifum mkind of ant

scircula, scirculae fa kind of grapes

scōlēcion, scōlēciī ba kind of scarlet berr

scōlēx, scōlēcis m (Akk. Sgl scōlēca)a kind of copper rust

scolopendra, scolopendrae fkind of multipede, scolopendra, kind of sea fish

scolymos, scolymī man edible kind of thistle, caraoon

scomber, scombrī m (σκόμβρος)kind of tunny, a mackerel

scōpes, scōpum fkind of owl

scorpiō, ōnis m. (scorpius, scorpiī m) (σκορπίων, σκορπίος)kind of prickly sea fish

scorpiūros, scorpiūrī mscorpion's tail, kind of heliotrop

scorpiūrum, scorpiūrī nscorpion's tail, kind of heliotrop

scorpiūrus, scorpiūrī mscorpion's tail, kind of heliotrop

scriblīta, scriblītae fa kind of tart

scultātōrēs, scultātōrum mkind of bodyguard

scūtārius, scūtāriī mshield bearer, armed with the shield, a kind of bodygard

scybelītēs, scybelītae mkind of wine in Galatia

scyzinum, scyzinī nkind of wine

segullum, segullī nkind of earth, which indicate the presence of native gold

segutilum, segutilī nkind of earth, which indicate the presence of native gold

selas n (indecl.)kind of fiery meteor

seleucis, seleucidis fkind of bird on Mount Casius

selīnas, selīnādis f (Akk. Sgl. selīnāda)a kind of cabbage resembling parsley

seliquastrum, seliquastrī nkind of seat, kind of stool

seliquastrum, seliquastrī nkind of seat, kind of stool

seliquastrum, seliquastrī nkind of seat, kind of stool

septūnx, septūncis mseven twelfths of a whole, seven things of a kind, seven pieces

serra, serrae fsaw, kind of sawfish

serrācum, serrācī nkind of wagon, kind of cart

sētania, sētaniae fname of a kind of medlar, kind of onion, kind of bulb

sibina, sibinae fa kind of hunting spear

sibonis, sibonis ma kind of hunting spear

sibyna, sibynae fa kind of hunting spear

sicāle, sicālis nkind of grain, rye, black spelt

sīcera n (indecl.)kind of spirituous, intoxicating drink

silaus, silaī mkind of parsley, smallage

siler, sileris nkind of brook willow

silicernium, silicerniī nfuneral feast, drybones, kind of sausage

silicernius, silicerniī mkind of sausage

silīgo, silīginis fkind of very white wheat, winter wheat, fine wheaten flour

sillybus, sillybī fkind of thistle

similigenus, similigena, similigenumof a like kind

sindōn, sindonis f (σινδών)kind of fine cotton stuff, muslin

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

singulārius, singulāria, singulāriumsingle, separate, alone of its kind, peculiar, remarkable, extraordinary, singular

sīphō, sīphōnis m (sīphōn, sīphōnis m)siphon, little pipe to suck drinks through, drinking tube, kind of fireengine

sīpō, sīpōnis msiphon, little pipe to suck drinks through, drinking tube, kind of fireengine

sircitula, sircitulae fkind of grape

sisyrinchion, sisyrinchiī nkind of bulbous plant

sitella, sitellae fkind of urn used in drawing lots

sītītes, sītītae mkind of precious stone

smīlion, smīliī nkind of medicinal salve

smyrnion, smyrniī nkind of herb like myrrh

smȳrus, smȳrī mkind of fish

soccus, soccī mkind of low-heeled, light shoe, slipper, sock, comedy

solea, soleae fipper, sandal, kind of fetter, kind of shoe, kind of fish, kind of oil-press

sōlēn, sōlēnis mkind of seamussel, razor-fish

solifūga, solifūgae fkind of venomous ant, kind of venomous spider

solipūga, solipūgae fkind of venomous ant, kind of venomous spider

solipugna, solipugnae fkind of venomous ant, kind of venomous spider

solpūga, solpūgae fkind of venomous ant, kind of venomous spider

sōna, sōnae fbelt, girdle, zone, kind of herpes, shingles

sōry, sōryōs nkind of ore, ink-stone, sory

spādix, spādicis m (Akk.Plur. spādīcas)kind of stringed instrument

spaerīta, spaerītae mkind of round cake

spagas (indecl.)kind of pitch found in Asia

spartopolia, spartopoliae f (Akk. Sgl. spartopoliān)unknown kind of precious stone

spartopolios, spartopoliī funknown kind of precious stone

sparulus, sparulī mkind of fish, bream

spatalium, spataliī nkind of bracelet

spatangius, spatangiī mkind of sea-urchin

spatārius, spatāria, spatāriumkind of sea-urchin

spatha, spathae fspattle, spatula, a broad two-edged sword without a point, a spathe of a palmtree, a kind of tree, called also elate

spathalion, spathaliī nkind of bracelet

spathalium, spathaliī nkind of bracelet

spathē, spathēs fkind of tree, called also elate

speculāris lapisa kind of transparent stone, muscovy-glass, isinglass-stone, mica

sphacos, sphacī mkind of fragrant moss

sphacos, sphacī mkind of sage

sphaerīta, sphaerītae mkind of round cake

sphaeromachia, sphaeromachiae f (Akk. Sgl. sphaeromachiān)kind of boxing wirh iron balls strapped to the hands

sphagnos, sphagnī mkind of fragrant moss

sphingion, sphingiī nkind of ape

sphrāgīs, sphrāgīdis f (Akk. Pl. sphrāgīdas)kind of stone used for seals, Lemnian earth, little ball of plaster

sphyraena, sphyraenae fkind of sea-fish, otherwise called sudis

spīca tēstāceakind of brick for pavements

spīnea, spīneae fkind of vine

spīntēr, spīntēris nkind of bracelet

spīnthēr, spīnthēris nkind of bracelet

spionia, spioniae fkind of grape-vine

spongītis, spongītidis fkind of precious stone

squalus, squalī mkind of sea-fish

squilla, squillae f (σκίλλα)sea-onion, sea-leek, squill, small fish of the lobster kind

stacton, stactī nkind of eye-salve

stacula, staculae fa kind of vine, also called sircula

stagoniās, stagoniae m (Akk. Sgl. stagoniān)kind of frankincense

staphylīnos, staphylīnī fkind of parsnip

staphylīnus, staphylīnī fkind of parsnip

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

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

staticulus, staticulī mkind of gentle dance

steatōma, steatōmatis nkind of fatty tumor

stephanītēs, stephanītae ma kind of vine

stephanītis, stephanītidis fa kind of vine

sticha, stichae fa kind of vine

sticula, sticulae fkind of grape

stlāta, stlātae fkind of ship, kind of piratical vessel

stomōma, atis nkind of fine scales which fly off in hammering

strangiās, strangiae m (Akk. Sgl. strangiān)kind of Grecian wheat

stratiōticum, stratiōticī nkind of eye-salve

strepitus, strepitūs mnoise, din of any kind, clashing, crashing, rustling, rattling, clattering, clanking, rumbling

strepsicerōs, strepsicerōtis mkind of animal with twisted horns, called by the Africans adax

striblīta, striblītae fkind of tart

strombus, strombī mkind of spiral snail

strongylē, strongylēs fkind of alum

strychnos, strychnī ma kind of nightshade

sualiternicum, sualiternicī nkind of reddish amber

suāvillum, suāvillī nkind of sweet cake, confectionery

subina, subinae fkind of hunting spear

subis, subis fkind of bird that breaks eagles’ eggs

subminia, subminiae fkind of garment for women

sūbulō, sūbulōnis mflute-player, kind of hart with pointed horns

sucula, suculae fkind of machine for drawing or lifting, winch, windlass, capstan, wine-press, oil-press

sūdiculum, sūdiculī nkind of whip, kind of scourge, cloth for wiping off perspiration, handkerchief

sudis, sudis fstake, pile, kind of pike

sūduculum, sūduculī nkind of whip, kind of scourge, cloth for wiping off perspiration, handkerchief

sūrcula, sūrculae fkind of grapes

surēna, surēnae fkind of fish

syagrus, syagrī fkind of palm-tree

sybina, sybinae fkind of hunting-spea

syllibus, syllibī fkind of thistle

symphōnia, symphōniae f (συμφωνία),agreement of sounds, concord, harmony, symphony, signal in war, kind of musical instrument

synthesis, synthesis f (Akk. synthesin)mixture, compound, set of plate, service of plate, set of wearing-apparel, suit of clothes, kind of loose and easy garment, loose gown, dressing-gown

sȳringa, sȳringae fkind of reed, cane good for pipes

sȳringia, sȳringiae fkind of reed

sȳringiās, sȳringiae m (Akk. Sgl. sȳringiān)kind of reed, cane good for pipes

sȳringiō, sȳringiōnis fkind of reed

sȳringītis, sȳringītidis fkind of precious stone

tālis, tālesuch, of such a kind, of such a nature, of such a quality, such like, so distinguished, so great, so excellent, so good, so beautiful, so fine, so great, so extreme, so bad

talpōna, talpōnae fkind of grape-vin

tama, tamae fkind of swelling of the feet and legs

taminia, taminiae fkind of wild grape

tăos, tăī mkind of precious stone of the colors of the peacock

tăos, tăī mkind of precious stone of the colors of the peacock

taurophthalmon, taurophthalmī nox-eye, a kind of rosemary

taurus, taurī, m (ταῦρος)bull, bullock, ox, steer, bittern, kind of beetle, root of a tree, surface of the body between the anus and the privy parts

taxa, taxae fkind of laurel

tēlephion, tēlephiī nkind of herb resembling purslane

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

tephriās, tephriae, (Akk. Sgl. tephriān)a kind of ash-colored stone

tergenus (indecl.)of a threefold kind, threefold

testāceum, testāceī nkind of brick

teta, tetae fkind of dove

tēthea, tētheōrum nkind of sponge

tettīgonia, tettīgoniae fkind of small cicada

teuchītes, teuchītae fkind of fragrant rush

thieldonēs, thieldonum mkind of Spanish horse

thieldonēs, thieldonum mkind of Spanish horse

thlaspi n (indecl.)kind of cress

thōs, thōis mkind of wolf

thrauston, thraustī nkind of metopion

thursiō, thursiōnis mkind of fish resembling the dolphin, porpoise

thymion, thymiī nkind of wart, open canker

thymium, thymiī nkind of wart, open canker

tibi amīcus sumI am kind to you, I'm friendly with you

tībiāle, tībiālis nwarm wrappage about the shins, kind of stockings, kind of leggings

tībīcen, tībīcinis mpiper, flute-player, flutist, kind of pillar, support of a building, prop of a building

tībicō, tībicōnis mpiper, flute-player, flutist, kind of pillar, support of a building, prop of a building

tibulus, tibulī fkind of pine-tree

tinnunculus, tinnunculī mkind of hawk, kestrel

tiphē, tiphēs fkind of grain, Peter’s-corn, one-grained wheat

tomācina, tomācinae fkind of sausage, fried sausages

tomāculum, tomāculī nkind of sausage, brain-sausage, liver-sausage

turunda, turundae fball of paste for fattening geese, kind of sacrificial cake, tent or roll of lint for wounds

toxicon, toxicī nkind of ladanum

toxicum, toxicī nkind of ladanum

trabeāta, trabeātae fkind of drama by C, Melissus, in which knights appeared

tragelaphus, tragelaphī mkind of stag with a beard like a goat, horse-stag

tragos, trāgī mkind of pap, kind of porridge

tragos, trāgī mkind of thorny plant, kind of sponge

trāgula, trāgulae fkind of javelin, kind of dart, attack, snare, plot, kind of dragnet, small traha, small sledge

tragum, tragī nkind of pap, kind of porridge

trāgus, trāgī mgoatlike smell of the armpits, kind of fish

tribulus, tribulī m (τρίβολος)kind of thorn or thistle, land-caltrops, kind of water-plant bearing a prickly nut of a triangular form, water-chestnut, water-caltrops

trichiās, trichiae mkind of sardine

trichītis, trichītidis f (Akk. Sgl. trichim)kind of alum

tricoccum, tricoccī nkind of heliotropium

tridacna, tridacnōrum nkind of oysters

trifax, trifacis f (Abl. Sgl. trifacī)kind of long missile weapon

trigōn, trigōnis m (Akk. Sgl. auch trigōna)kind of ball for playing with, game of ball

triorchēs, triorchae mkind of falcon, buzzard

triorchis, triorchis fplant, kind of centaury

tritomus, tritomī mkind of sea-fish

trochis, trochis f (acc. Sgl. trochin)kind of fig wine

trucantī, trucantōrum mkind of small fish

trūcia, trūciae fkind of trout

tructa, tructae fkind of trout

trūctus, trūctī mkind of trout

trychnos, trychnī fa kind of nightshade

trychnum, trychnī na kind of nightshade

tuber, tuberis f (1)kind of apple-tree

tubracum, tubracī nkind of pants

tubracus, tubracī mkind of pants

tubur, tuburis ckind of apple-tree, fruit of this tree

tūccētum,  tūccētī nkind of sausage, kind of haggis

tūfa, tūfae fkind of helmet-crest

turda, turdae fthrush, fieldfare, kind of fish, seacarp

turdus, turdī mthrush, fieldfare, kind of fish, seacarp

turricula, turriculae flittle tower, turret, kind of dice-box, shaped like a tower

turris, turris fmilitary tower, castle, palace, citadel, dove-cot, kind of battlearray

tursiō, tursiōnis mkind of fish resembling the dolphin, porpoise

turunda, turundae fball of paste for fattening geese, kind of sacrificial cake, tent or roll of lint for wounds

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

tȳphōn, tȳphōnis m (Akk. Plur. tȳphōnas)violent whirlwind, typhoon, kind of comet

tȳropatina, tȳropatinae fkind of cheesecake

tzanga, tzangae fkind of soft Parthian shoe

ulpicum, ulpicī nkind of leek

umbilīcus, umbilīcī mumbilical cord, middle, centre, projecting end of the cylinder on which an ancient book was rolled, projection in the middle of plants, small circle, index on a sundial, kind of sea-snail, sea-cockle

unguis, unguis mfinger-nail, toe-nail, claw, talon, hoof, nail-like spot of plants, kind of shell-fish, hook, white skin on the eye

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

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

upupa, upupa f (ἔποψ)hoopoe, kind of mattock

ūrion, ūriī nkind of earth in mines

ūrium, ūriī nkind of earth in mines

ūrus, ūrī mkind of wild ox, ure-ox, urus

valeria, valeriae fkind of eagle

varia, variae fpanther, kind of magpie

vās, vāsis n (Pl. vāsa, vāsōrum n)vessel, dish, utensil, implement of any kind, military equipments, baggage, agricultural implements, beehives, hunting implements

vāsa, vāsōrum nvessel, dish, utensil, implement of any kind, military equipments, baggage, agricultural implements, beehives, hunting implements

vēnīcula, vēnīculae fkind of grapes fit for preserving

vennūcula, vennūculae fkind of grapes fit for preserving

vēnūcula ūva (vennūcula, vennuncula ūva)kind of grapes fit for preserving

verbīs amīcīs aliquem compellōaddress someone with kind words

vestrātimafter your own kind, in your own way

vīnea, vīneae fplantation of vines, vineyard, vine, kind of penthouse, shed, mantlet

vipiō, vipiōnis mkind of small crane

viriae, viriārum fkind of ornament for the arm, armlets, bracelets

visula, visulae fkind of vine

visulla, visullae fkind of vine

vitilīgo, vitilīginis fkind of cutaneous eruption, tetter

volaemum pirumkind of large pear, warden-pear

volsella, volsellae fkind of pincers for pulling out hairs, tweezers, forceps

volsilla, volsillae fkind of pincers for pulling out hairs, tweezers, forceps

voluntās rēctī generissense of the right kind, sense of the classical, inclination to the classical

vulsella, vulsellae fkind of pincers for pulling out hairs, tweezers, forceps

xylophytum, xylophytī nkind of herb, comfrey

zaberna, zabernae fkind of cross bag

zanca, zancae fkind of soft Parthian shoe

zancha, zanchae fkind of soft Parthian shoe

zanga, zangae fkind of soft Parthian shoe

zēa, zēae fkind of grain, spelt, kind of rosemary

zeugītēs, zeugītae mkind of reed

zēus, zēī mkind of fish

zmintha, zminthae fan aromatic plant, a kind of mint

zmyrnion, zmyrniī nkind of herb like myrrh

zmȳrus, zmȳrī mkind of fish

zōna, zōnae fbelt, girdle, zone, money-belt, climate-zone, kind of herpes or erysipelas, shingles

zōstēr, zōstēris m (Akk. Sgl. zōstēra)girdle, kind of herpes, shingles, kind of sca shrub

zȳthum, zȳthī nkind of malt-liquor among the Egyptians

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