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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

abāctor, abāctōris mone who drives off, a driver off

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

adsimilātiō, adsimulātiōnis fassimilating, 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

adūnītus, adūnīta, adūnītumunited

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

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

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

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

affectus, affectūs mstate of body, state of mind, disposition of mind, affection, mood, love, desire, fondness, good-will, compassion, sympathy, the beloved objects, the dear or loved ones, low passion, ignoble passion, ignoble desire, ability of willing, will, volition

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

afflīctātiō, afflīctātiōnis fpain, torture, torment of body

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

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

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

alicuī cedōcome to, fall to one (as a possession), fall to his lot or share, accrue

alicuī cedōyield to one, give the preference or precedence, give place to, submit to

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

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 nātum nōn agnōscōnot to recognise one as a son at birth

aliquem nōn dēterreō, quīn..does not stop one from

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

aliquispiamany one

aliquisvīs, aliquavīs, aliquidvīsany one

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

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

ambigitur dē verōone argues about the truth

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

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

anatomē, anatomēs fanatomy, dissection of a body

anatomia, anatomiae fanatomy, dissection of a body

anatomica, anatomicae fanatomy, dissection of a body

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

anima, animae fair, current of air, breeze, wind, air inhaled and exhaled, breath, breath of air, vital principle, breath of life, life, creature endowed with soul, living being, soul separated from the body, shade of the Lower World, rational soul of man

animī ē corporum vinculīs tamquam ē carcere ēvolantthe souls escape the bonds of the body like a dungeon

animī imperiō, corporis servitiō magis ūtimurwe have the spirit to rule, the body more to serve

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

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

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

anticipātiō, anticipātiōnis fpreconception, innate notion of a thing formed before receiving instruction concerning it, first movements of the body before walking, figure of speech, anticipation = occupatio = πρόληψις

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

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

antithesis, antithesis fputting of one letter for another

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

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

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

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

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

arāre, arō, arāvī, arātum (cf. ἀρόω)plough, till, draw furrows over the body, cultivate land, pursue agriculture, live by husbandry, gain by agriculture, acquire by tillage

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

articulus, articulī msmall member connecting various parts of the body, joint, knot, knuckle, limb, member, part, division, short clause, single word, point of time, moment, space, division of time, point

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

arundō, arundinis freed for brushing down cobwebs, transverse bar for vines, rod (for beating, punishing), splints for holding together injured parts of the body, measuring-rod, hobbyhorse, cane-horse

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

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

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

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

assedō, assedōnis mhe that sits by one, assessor, aid, assistant of a judge

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

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

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

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, assertumdeclare 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, protec, defend, defend against, appropriate something to one’s self, claim

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

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

assertrīx, assertrīcis ffemale defender, protector, deliverer, advocate, she who claims or declares one to be a slave

assessor, assessōris m (adsessor)he that sits by one, assessor, aid, assistant of a judge

assessus, assessūs m (nur Abl. Sgl. assessū)a sitting by one

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

assidēre, assideō (adsideō), assēdī, assessumstation one’s self before, be encamped before, sit down before, besiege, blockade, be near one in qualities, be like, resemble

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

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

assimilāre, assimilō, assimilāvī, assimilātummake one thing like another, consider as similar, compare, represent something irreal as real, imitate, counterfeit, pretend, feign, simulate

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

assipondium, assipondiī nweight of one as, pound weight

assis, assis man axletree, about which a round body turns (e, g, a wheel), chariot, car, wagon, axle of a water-clock, axis of the earth, pole, north pole, heavens, a clime (the north, the west), hook on which a hinge turns, valve of a pipe, board, plank, wild animal in India

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

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

assurgere, assurgō (adsurgō), assurrēxī, assurrēctumrise up to one, rise up, mount up, rise, increase in size, swell, tower up, soar

astipulātor, astipulātōris m (adstipulātor)one who joins another in a stipulation, assistant in a trial, one who assents to, one who agrees with

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

āthlēta pūgnātōriusestler, prize-fighter, athlete, one who, by exertion and practice, has acquired much skill in a thing, champion, master

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

attibernālis, attibernālis mone that inhabits an adjoining hut

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

attrīta, attrītōrum nbruised parts of the body, excoriated parts of the body

attubernālis, attubernāleone that inhabits an adjoining hut

auctōrāmentum, auctōrāmentī nthat which binds or obliges to the performance of certain services, contract, stipulation, that for which one binds himself to some service or duty, wages, pay, hire, reward

auloedus, auloedī mone who sings to the flute

aurārius, aurāriī ma patron, beneficiary, one who benefits

aurēs superfluōgo in one ear and out the other

aurīga, aurīgae m (vulg. ōrīga, ōrīgae m)he that handles the reins, charioteer, driver, groom, hostler, one who contended in the chariot-race, a charioteer in the games of the circus, the Wagoner (a constellation), pilot, helmsman, director, leader

aurīgātor, ōrisone who contends in the chariotrace, the Wagoner (a constellation)

auscultātor, auscultātōris mhearer, listener, one who obeys

autumātor, autumātōris mthe one who names, he that says

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

āvocātor, āvocātōris mone that calls off, one that calls away

āvolsor, āvolsōris mone that tears off

āvulsor, āvulsōris mone that tears off

axis, axis m (ἄξων)an axletree, about which a round body turns, chariot, car, wagon, axle of a water-clock, axis of the earth, pole, north pole, the whole heavens, region of the heavens, clime, pin or hook on which a hinge turns, valve of a pipe

balatrō, balatrōnis mbabbler, jester, one who makes sport, buffoon

balineātor, balineātōris mone who has the care of a bath, bath-keeper

ballistārius, ballistāriī mmaker of ballistae, one who discharges the ballista, slinger

balneātor, balneātōris mone who has the care of a bath, bath-keeper

barbam alicuī vellōpluck one by the beard

bāsiātor, bāsiātōris mkisser, one who kisses

Batavus, Batavī mone of the Batavi

benedīcere, benedīcō, benedīxī, benedictumspeak well of any one, commend, praise, adore, bless, consecrate, hallow

benīgnitās, benīgnitātis fthe quality of one benignus, an affable bearing to others, kind bearing to others, kindness, friendliness, courtesy, benevolence, benignity, liberality, bounty, favor, lenity, mercy

bestiārius, bestiāriī mone who fights with wild beasts in the public spectacles, beast-fighter

bimaris, bimare (διθάλασσος, ἀμφιθαλασσος)lying between two seas, of one who practises unnatural unchastity

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

biocōlȳta, biocōlȳtae mone who protects against violence

bis in diētwice within one day

biselliārius, biselliāriī mone who enjoys the honor of the bisellium

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

noeōtarchēs, noeōtarchae mone of the chief magistrates in Bœotia, Bœotarch

breviter perōrātum esse potuitone could have finished it with a few words

bubulcus, bubulcī mone who ploughs with oxen, ploughman, herdsman

būca,būcae fcheek, one who fills his cheeks in speaking, declaimer, bawler, one who stuffs out his cheeks in eating, parasite, a mouthful, cavity

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

bucca, buccae fcheek, one who fills his cheeks in speaking, declaimer, bawler, one who stuffs out his cheeks in eating, parasite, a mouthful, cavity

būcinātor, būcinātōris mone who blew the bucina, trumpeter, one who trumpets forth, blases abroad

bustum, bustī nthe place where the bodies of the dead were burned and buried, tomb, funeral-pyre, mound, battle-field, a destroyed city, the site, ruins, the burned body itself, the ashes

cachecta, cachectae mone that is in a consumption

cachectēs, cachectae mone that is in a consumption

cachinnō, cachinnōnis m (καχαστής)one who laughs violently, laugher, derider

cadāver, cadāveris ndead body of man or brute, corpse, carcass, remains of desolated towns, ruins of desolated towns

cadere, cadō, cecidī, cāsūrusyield to, fall to one’s lot, happen to one, befall, happen, come to pass, occur, result, turn out, perish, vanish, decay, cease, abate, subside, die away

caecātor, caecātōris mone who makes blind, he who stops a fountain, he who obstructs a fountain

caecāre, caecō (coecō), caecāvi, caecātumbe like one blind, be dim-sighted

caecum corpusthe blind part of the body, back

caesor, caesōris mone who hews something

calcātor, calcātōris mone who treads something, treader of grapes

calceolārius, calceolāriī mone who makes shoes, shoemaker

calciolārius, calciolāriī mone who makes shoes, shoemaker

calcitrō, calcitrōnis mone who strikes with his heels, kicker, a boisterous fellow, blusterer

caldum mēiō et frīgidum pōtōspending more than one takes in, give more than one receives

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

calvīre, calviōdevise tricks, use artifice, attack one with artifice, intrigue against, deceive, delude

calvere, calvō, calvīdevise tricks, use artifice, attack one with artifice, intrigue against, deceive, delude

calvī, calvor (calvere, calvō, calvī) (calvīre, calviō)devise tricks, use artifice, attack one with artifice, intrigue against, deceive, delude

camēlus, camēlī m (κάμηλος, ὁ u. ἡ)camel (with either one or two humps)

campidoctor, campidoctōris mone who drills soldiers in the Campus Martius, drill-master

candidāta, candidātae fone who seeks or solicits an office, candidate

canonicus, canonicī mone of the rule or discipline, clericus, clergyman, canon

capis, capidis f (Akk. Pl. capidas)bowl with one handle,sacrificial bowl

capitō, capitōnis mone that has a large head, sea-fish with a large head, called also cephalus, a kind of fish with a large head

caplātor, caplātōris mhe that pours out of one vessel into another, decanter

captātor, captātōris mone who eagerly reaches after, one who endeavors to obtain, one who strives for something, one who hunts after legacies, legacy-hunter

captāre, captō, captāvī, captātumstrive to seize, lay hold of a thing with zeal, catch at, snatch, chase, strive after, long for, desire earnestly, try to obtain, seek to obtain, seek to catch one in a crafty manner

captus alterō oculōblind in one eye

capulātor, capulātōris mhe that pours out of one vessel into another, decanter

capulō vīcīnusclose to the coffin, on the brink of death, with one foot in the grave

cardiacus, cardiacī mone who has heart-burn, one who has stomach-ache

carēnum, carēni nsweet wine boiled down one third

cāritās, cāritātis fdearness, costliness, high prices, regard, esteem, affection, love, love entertained by one,

carnārius, carnāriī mdealer in flesh, butcher, one who admires a lump of flesh, meat lover

carō istathis sensual body

caroenum, caroenī nsweet wine boiled down one third

carpistēs, carpistae mone of the Aeons of Valentinus, Horos

carptimby pieces, by detached parts, in parts, separately, at different places, at different points, on different sides, at different times, at one time and another, now and then, at intervals

casca, cascae fthe old woman, the old lady, the ancient one

castīgātor, castīgātōris mone who corrects or chastises, corrector, reprover

castitās, castitātis fpurity of morals, morality, purity of body, chastity, disinterestedness

castitūdō, castitūdinis fpurity of morals, morality, purity of body, chastity, disinterestedness

castrātor, castrātōris fone who castrates

catōmidiāre, catōmidiō (nur Pass. catōmidiārī)lay one over the shoulders of another, and thus to flog him, strike on the shoulders

caudex, caudicis mtrunk of a tree, stock, stem, block of wood to which one was bound for punishment, block, dolt, blockhead, block of wood split or sawn into planks, leaves or tablets and fastened together, book, writin, accountbook, ledger, code of laws

causa, causae ffeigned cause, pretext, pretence, judicial process, lawsuit, party, faction, cause that one defends, relation of friendship, connection, condition, state, situation, relation, position, business undertaken for any one, employment, matter, subject

causam doceōinform a competent body of the status of a case

causārium corpussickly body, ailing body

causās dictitōconduct legal transactions, one usually plays the role of lawyer

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

cavātor, cavātōris mone who hollows, one who excavales, hollowing workman

cavenda est glōriae cupiditāsone must beware of glory-seeking

cedō in aliquemcome to, fall to one (as a possession), fall to his lot or share, accrue

cedrōstis, cedrōstis f (Akk. cedrōstim)one of the names of the white vine

cellārītēs, cellārītae mcellarmaster, one who keeps provisions, steward, butler

cellārius, cellāriī mcellarmaster, one who keeps provisions, steward, butler

cellerārius, cellerāriī mcellarmaster, one who keeps provisions, steward, butler

celliō, celliōnis mcellarmaster, one who keeps provisions, steward, butler

cēlāre, cēlō, cēlāvī, cēlātumhide something from one, keep secret, conceal, cover, mask, veil, dissimulate

celsitūdō, celsitūdinis flofty carriage of the body, your Highness (as a title)

centēnārius ēvāsīI became one hundred years old

centēsima rērum vēnāliumone percent sales tax

centēsima, centēsimae f (sc. pars)the hundredth part of a thing, one percent, one cent, one percent levy

centēsimae vectīgalone percent tax

centēsimae, centēsimārum f (sc. partēs)one percent (monthly interest)

centum mīliaone hundred thousand

centuria, centuriae fone of the one hundred and ninety-three orders into which Servius Tullius divided the Roman people according to their property, a century

certāturone fights, one struggles

chāritās, chāritātis fdearness, costliness, high prices, regard, esteem, affection, love, love entertained by one

charitôn miaone of the graces

chīronomōn, chīronomūntis mone who moves his hands according to the rules of art correctly, pantomime

chīronomos, chīronomī mone who moves his hands according to the rules of art correctly, pantomime

chōrographus, chōrographī mone who describes countries, geographer

Cicerō locō quōdam haec dīcitCicero says the following at one point

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

cingere, cingō, cīnxī, cīnctumgo round in a circle, surround, encompass, environ, gird, wreathe, crown, surround the body with a girdle, gird on (the sword), gird, encircle with a garland or crown, crown, encircle

cīre, ciōput in motion, move, stir, shake, rouse up, disturb, excite, call to, call upon for help, invoke, call upon any one by name, mention by name, stimulate, rouse, produce, effect, cause, occasion, begin

circitor, circitōris mone who goes around, watchman, he who goes the rounds and visits the posts of sentinels, pedler

circuīre, circueō, circuīvī, circuitumgo around, travel around, march around, surround, encircle, enclose, encompass, go from one to another, soliciting, canvassing, admonishing, circumvent, deceive, impose upon, cheat, express by circumlocution

circuitor, circuitōris mone who goes around, watchman, he who goes the rounds and visits the posts of sentinels, pedler

circumductor, circumductōris mone who leads about, converts another

circumīre, circumeō (circueo), circumiī (circumīvi), circumitum (circuitum)go around, travel around, march around, surround, encircle, enclose, encompass, go from one to another, soliciting, canvassing, admonishing, circumvent, deceive, impose upon, cheat, express by circumlocution

circumferre, circumferō, circumtulī, circumlātumbear round, move round, carry round, carry about, pass around, spread around, publish abroad, proclaim, divulge, disseminate among the people, report, lustrate, purify any one by carrying around him consecrated objects

circumgestātor, circumgestātōris mone who carries around

circumitor, circumitōris mone who goes around, watchman, he who goes the rounds and visits the posts of sentinels, pedler

circumlātor, circumlātōris mone who carries about

circumlātrātor, circumlātrātōris mthe one who barks around, what roars around

circumvenīre, circumveniō, circumvēnī, circumventumcome around something, be around (a thing), encircle, encompass, surround, flowing around, grasp, surround in a hostile manner, encompass, beset, invest, oppress, distress, afflict, overthrow, circumvent, deceive, cheat, defraud one, violate by evading

circumversiō cursūs annuīcirculation of one year

cīvitās, cīvitātis fthe privileges of a Roman citizen, citizenship, freedom of the city, the citizens united in a community, body-politic, state, city

Cīvitātēs Americae ŪnītaeUnited States of America

clam aliquem habeō (Komiker)keep secret from one, conceal from

classis centum nāviuma fleet of one hundred ships

classis centum nāvium estthe fleet consists of a hundred ships, the fleet includes one hundred ships

classis, classis fclass, whole body of the citizens called to arms, army, fleet, division

clāvātor, clāvātōris mone who carries clubs or foils, used in military exercises, cudgel-bearer

clāvum clāvō ēiciōdrive out one nail by another, drive out one evil by another evil

cliēns, clientis m (cluēns) (cluo, κλύω)one who hears, client, retainer, follower, adherent, companion, favorite

clīnicus, clīnicī mphysician who attends patients sick in bed, patient confined to his bed, bearer of the bier, sexton, grave-digger, one who was baptized when sick or infirm

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

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

cluēns, cluentis mone who hears, client, retainer, follower, adherent, companion, favorite

clupeātus, clupeāta, clupeātumone who is armed with a shield

Clūsium, Clūsiī none of the oldest and most important towns of Etruria

clūsor, clūsōris mone who encloses or encompasses

coadūnātimheaps, united

coadūnātiō, coadūnātiōnis funiting into one, summing up

coadūnāre, coadūnō, coadūnāvī, coadūnātumunite, add together, join together, collect into one

coaequāre, coaequō, coaequāvī, coaequātummake one thing equal with another, make one thing even with another, even, level, make equal in worth, make equal in dignity, make equal in power, bring to the same level, place on the same footing, equalize

coaetāneus, coaetāneī mone of the same age, contemporary

coaptāre, coaptō, coaptāvī, coaptātumchoose to something, elect to something, admit into some body by election, receive into some body by election, elect to an office

coccolobis, coccolobis fone vine variety

cocolobis, cocolobis fone vine variety

cocolubis, cocolubis fone vine variety

cōdex, cōdicis mtrunk of a tree, stock, stem, block of wood to which one was bound for punishment, block, dolt, blockhead, block of wood split or sawn into planks, leaves or tablets and fastened together, book, writin, accountbook, ledger, code of laws

coeliacus, coeliacī mone diseased in the bowels

coemptiōnātor, coemptiōnātōris mone who enters into the coemptio

coemptor, coēmptōris mone who purchases many things, one who buys up many things

coīre, coeō, coiī (coīvī), coitumgo together, come together, meet, assemble, collect together, encounter, form a whole by coming together, be united into a whole, unite, combine, curdle, join together, assimilate, agree, ally one’s self, enter into an alliance, make a compact, form a league

coërcitor, coërcitōris mone who restrains

coetus generālis Nātiōnum ŪnitārumGeneral Assembly of the United Nations

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

cōgitātiōnibus eius nēmō obstābatno one stood in the way of his plans

cōgitēmus corpus esse mortālelet us remember that the body is mortal

cōgnitor, cōgnitōris mone who has made himself familiar with a case in law, advocate, attorney, judge, defender, protector, witness, who testifies that he knows a person, voucher

cōgere, cōgō, coēgī, coāctumdrive together to one point, collect, compress, crowd, bring together, urge together, assemble, gather together, thicken, condense, curdle, coagulate, draw together, contract into a narrow place, urge one to any action, force, compel, constrain

cohabitātor, cohabitātōris mhe who dwells with any one, roommate, flatmate

cohaerēre, cohaereō, cohaesī, cohaesumcling together, be united, cohere, adhere, press together, crowd together, be near, be close, be united, belong together, be closely connected, be consistent, agree together, hold together, remain, exist, maintain itself

colitor, colitōris mone who bestows care upon a thing, elaborator, cultivator, tiller of land, husbandman, planter, inhabitant, dweller, fosterer, supporter, tutor, teacher, worshipper, reverencer, priest of some deity

collātō gradū certātum estone fought man against man

collātor, collātōris mhe who bears together, he who brings together, he who places together, contributor, one who pays a voluntary contribution to the state, one who compares, comparer

collaudātor, collaudātōris mone who praises warmly

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

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

collēgium, collēgiī nconnection of associates, connection of colleagues, colleagueship, association, partnership, persons united by the same office, college, guild, corporation, society, union, company, fraternity

colloquium opportūnum erat, neque tamen facileit was a good conversation, but not an easy one

collūdere, collūdō, collūsī, collūsumplay together, sport together, play with, keep up false appearances with one to the injury of a third person, have a secret understanding with one, act collusively

collūsor, collūsōris mcompanion in play, playmate, he who has a secret understanding with one to the injury of a third

colere, colō, coluī, cultumattend to, dress, clothe, adorn, cherish, seek, practise, devote one’s self to, live in, experience, live through, pass, spend, regard one with care, honor, revere, reverence, worship, respect

cōlobathrārius, cōlobathrāriī mone who walks on stilts

colōnus, colōnī mhusbandman, tiller of the soil, farmer, one who cultivates another’s land, colonist, inhabitant of a colonial town, inhabitant

columnārius, columnāriī mone who was condemned at the Columna Maenia

cōmessātor, cōmessātōris mone who holds or joins in a festive procession, reveller

cōmisātor, cōmisātōris mone who holds or joins in a festive procession, reveller

cōmissātor, cōmissātōris mone who holds or joins in a festive procession, reveller

commeātor, commeātōris mone who goes to and fro

commeātus, commeātūs ma going to and fro, passing freely, going at will, place through which one can pass back and forth, thoroughfare, passage, leave of absence from one’s station for a definite time, furlough

commembrātus, commembrāta, commembrātumgrown up together, united

commemorātor, commemorātōris mone who mentions a thing, commemorator

commendāre, commendō, commendāvī, commendātumcommit to one for preservation, commit to one for protection, intrust to one’s charge, commit to one’s care, commend to, deposit with, commend, recommend, procure favor for, make agreeable, set off with advantage, grace

commentāriēnsis, commentāriēnsis mone who takes control, one who has the care of a thing, registrar of public documents, recorder, secretary, one who makes out a list of prisoners, keeper of a prison, one who forms a list of soldiers

commentor, commentōris mone who devises something, one who invents something, inventor

comminārī, comminor, comminātus sumthreaten one with something, threaten with an attack, menace

comminus ad aliquem accēdōbother someone, get on someone's body, take action against someone

committere, committō, commīsī, commissumbring into one whole, join, combine into one whole, join together, put together, connect, unite, bring men or animals together in a contest or fight, set together, set on

commodāre, commodō, commodāvī, commodātumadjust according to a measure, make fit, make suitable, make right, adapt, accommodate, put in order, give something to one for his convenience or use, give, bestow, lend, grant, allow, please one, be kind to, be obliging to, serve, favor

commonefacere, commonefaciō, commonefēcī, commonefactumremind one forcibly, put in mind, admonish, impress upon, give one a remembrance

commonēre, commoneō, commonuī, commonitumremind one forcibly of something, put in mind, impress upon, bring to recollection

commonitor, commonitōris mone who earnestly reminds

commorī, commorior, commortuus sumdie with one, die at the same time with one

commorāre, commorō, commorāvīstop, detain, retard one

commorārī, commoror, commorātus sumstop, detain, retard one

commōtor, commōtōris mone who sets in motion

commūnicātiō, commūnicātiōnis fmaking common, imparting, communicating, figure of speech, in accordance with which one turns to his hearers, and, as it were, allows them to take part in the inquiry

commūnicātor, commūnicātōris mhe who makes one a participant in a thing

compacīscī, compacīscor, compactus sum, (compecīscor, compectus sum)make an agreement, form a compact with one

compāctilis, compāctilepressed together, joined together, compact, fitted one to another, thick-set

compāgus, compāgī mone belonging to the nearest village

compār, comparis can equal, companion, comrade, colleague, one beloved, spouse, consort, mate, figure of speech whereby several members of a period have an equal number of syllables

comparāre, comparō, comparāvī, comparātumcouple together in the same relation, connect in pairs, pair, match, unite, join, bring together to, couple together in judgment, count one object fully equal to another

comparāre, comparō, comparāvī, comparātumprepare something with zeal, care, make ready, set in order, furnish, provide, procure, get, purchase, obtain, prepare, make, collect, brought one over to one's side, gained one over to one's side

compartīrī, compartiordivide something with one, share

comparturīre, comparturiōbe associated in childbirth with any one

compassibilis, compassibilesuffering with one

compatī, compatior, compassus sumsuffer with one, have compassion, feel pity

compellātor, compellātōris mone who rebukes, one who reproves

compellāre, compellō, compellāvī, compellātumaccost one, address, address one reproachfully, address one abusively, reproach, chide, rebuke, upbraid, abuse, take to task, call to account, arraign one before a tribunal, summon one to answer a charge, accuse of crime

compendiāre, compendiōshorten the way of life for one, kill him

compēnsāre, compēnsō, compēnsāvī, compēnsātumto poise, weigh several things with one another, equalize one thing with another by weighing, balance with one another, make good, compensate, balance against

compingere, compingō, compēgī, compāctum (compēctum)join or unite several parts into one whole, put together, frame, make by joining, compose, confine, lock up, put, conceal

complānātor, complānātōris m, one who makes level,

complex, complicisclosely connected with one, confederate, participant

complexiō, complexiōnis fcombination, connection, physical constitution, physical habit, association, comprehension, comprisal, period, rhetorical figure, according to which one constantly recurs to what has been previously said, conclusion in a syllogism

complexiō, complexiōnis fcontraction of two syllables into one

complūrēs, complūra; complūriummore than one, not a few, several, very many

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

compotēns, compotentishaving power with one

compressor, compressōrisone who compresses, rapist

comptor, comptōris mone who adorns

compulsor, compulsōris mdriver (of cattle), one who asks or forces to a payment, exacter of money

concēdere, concēdō, concessī, concessumgo, walk, go away, walk away, depart, retire, withdraw, remove from, pass away, disappear, vanish, depart from life, die, go out of the way for one, yield to, submit, give way to, adapt one’s self to, yield to power, submit to compulsion

concēdere, concēdō, concessī, concessumgrant or yield something to one as a favor or from regard, desist from, forbear, give up, forgive, betake one’s self somewhere, retire, withdraw to, agree or consent to, assent, submit, resign one’s self, acquiesce in, go or pass over to any thing

concentor, concentōris mone who sings with others in a chorus

concertātor, concertātōris mone who contends with another, one who vies with another, rival

concertāre, concertō, concertāvī, concertātumcontend with any one zealously or warmly, dispute, debate

conciliāre, conciliō, conciliāvī, conciliātumbring together several objects into one whole, unite, connect, unite in thought or feeling, make friendly, procure the favor of, make inclined to, gain, win over, represent something to one as agreeable or pleasant, recommend

conciliāre, conciliō, conciliāvī, conciliātumprocure, provide, prepare, produce something for one, couple, obtain by purchase or otherwise, purchase, acquire, win, cause, bring about, make, produce, bring about

Concilium ab iūribus hominum Ūnitārum NātiōnumUnited Nations Human Rights Council

conciōnārī, conciōnor, conciōnātus sumbe convened in an assembly, be united in an assembly, form an assembly, deliver an oration before an assembly of the people, harangue, address, say publicly, publish, make known, declare

concīsor, concīsōris mone who cuts down, one who fells

concitātrīx, concitātrīcis fone who excites or rouses, a mover, exciter

concitāre, concitō, concitāvī, concitātummove violently, put in violent or quick motion, stir up, rouse up, excite, incite, shake, rouse, urge, impel one to, move strongly, influence, instigate, rouse, cause any action, occasion any action, produce any emotion

conclūsī sumus in compāgibus corporiswe are enclosed in the structure of our body, be enclosed in the structure of one's body

concolōna, concolōnae fshe who inhabits the same town or house with one, a female fellow-citizen, a female fellow-inhabitant

concordis, concordeof the same mind, united, agreeing, concordant, harmonious,

concordāre, concordō, concordāvi, concordātumagree together, be united, be of one mind, harmonize, bring into union

concorporālis, concorporālebelonging to the same body or company

concors, concordisof the same mind, united, agreeing, concordant, harmonious,

cōnctus, cōncta, cōnctumall in a body, whole, total

concubīnus, concubīnī mone who lives in concubinage, concubine, co-sleeper, callboy, woman spoiler, prostitute

concupītor, concupītōris mone who longs eagerly for or covets something

concūriālis, concūriālis mone of the same curia

concurrere, concurrō, concurrī, concursumrun together, come together in multitudes, assemble together in multitudes, rush or flock together in crowds, run in attendance upon, accompany, run for refuge, run for help, take refuge, run upon one another

concursātor, concursātōris mone who runs hither and thither, skirmisher

concursus, concursūs mrunning together, flocking together, a concourse, assembly, uproar, tumult, running together, dashing together, a pressing, striking one upon another, an encountering, meeting, concourse, onset, attack, charge, assault, an equal claim, joint heirship

concussor, concussōris mone who extorts money by threats

concutere, concutiō, concussī, concussumstrike one upon another, strike together, shake violently, shake, agitate, examine by shaking one’s self, search, shake the power of, shake to its foundation, shatter, cause to waver

condamat a certain time, at one time, once, heretofore, formerly, the late, the former, the deceased, at certain times, at times, sometimes, one day, some day, ever

condecuriālis, condecuriālis mhe who has been a decurion with one

condemmnātor, condemnātiōris mone who gives sentence, a condemner, one who causes a condemnation, an accuser

condīscere, condīscō, condidicīlearn with one, learn in company with one, learn carefully, learn eagerly, learn well, learn thoroughly

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

condōnāre, condōnō, condōnāvī, condōnātumgive something to one, to present, deliver up, give up, surrender, deliver up, sacrifice, devote, bring as an offering, give a debt to one, remit a debt, acquit from, pardon, remit an offence, refrain from punishing, present one with something

conductor, conductōris mone who hires a thing, a lessee, farmer, tenant, a contractor

cōnexiō animae et corporisconnection of soul and body

cōnfābulātor, cōnfābulātōris mone who converses

cōnfābulārī, cōnfābulor, cōnfābulātus sumconverse together, discuss something with one

cōnferre, cōnferō, contulī, collātumrefer something to, ascribe something to, attribute, impute, assign, ascribe to one, lay to the charge of, transfer to a fixed point of time, fix, assign, refer, appoint, put off, defer, postpone, bring on, cause, occasion, induce

cōnfertein a compact body, closely

cōnfertimin a compact body, closely

cōnfīnis, cōnfīnebordering one upon another, bordering on, adjoining, contiguous, nearly related, nearly like, similar

cōnfīnius, cōnfīnia, cōnfīniumbordering one upon another, bordering on, adjoining, contiguous, nearly related, nearly like, similar

cōnfīrmāre, cōnfīrmō, cōnfīrmāvī, cōnfīrmātumconfirm one in his disposition or feelings, confirm one in his fidelity, give full assurance of, corroborate an assertion, settle, fix, establish, prove, demonstrate the truth of a thing

cōnfīrmāre, cōnfīrmō, cōnfīrmāvī, cōnfīrmātummake firm, establish, strengthen, confirm, heal, cure, confirm courage, strengthen courage, instil courage into one, encourage, inspirit, animate, embolden

cōnflīgere, cōnflīgō, cōnflīxī, cōnflīctumto strike one thing against another, to strike, bring together, join together, unite, oppose in comparison, contrast, be in conflict, to contend, fight, combat

cōnfortātor, cōnfortātōris mone that strengthens very, one that strengthens a lot

cōnfuga, cōnfugae cone who takes refuge somewhere, refugee

congaudēre, congaudeō (congaudī)rejoice with one

congermānēscere, congermānēscōgrow together with one, grow up with

congermānitās, congermānitātis fmerging into one, fusion into one, growing up with one

congermānus, congermāna, congermānumgrown together with, united with

congerere, congerō, congessī, congestumtake together, comprise, compile, put something upon one, accumulate, heap upon, impart, ascribe to, impute, attribute

congredī, congredior, congressus sumgo with one, come with one, meet with one, visit, accost, address, meet with, fight, contend, engage

congregātor, congregātōris mone who brings together, assembler

congregus, congrega, congregumunited in flocks

congressor, congressōris mone who meets or assembles with

Congressus Cīvitātum FoederātārumCongress of the United States

coniūcundārī, coniūcundorrejoice with one

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

coniugātor, coniugātōris mone who joins, one who unites, uniter, connector, unifier

Coniūnctum Britanniae Māgnae et Hiberniae Septentriōnālis RēgnumUnited Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland

coniūnctus, coniūncta, coniūnctumunited, connected, bordering upon, near, connected with, following, connected with, pertaining to, accordant with, agreeing with, conformable to, harmonious, accordant

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

coniūrāre, coniūrō, coniūrāvī, coniūrātumswear together, swear one with another, band together by an oath, combine together by an oath, unite, be united, assent to by an oath, form a conspiracy, form a plot, conspire

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

cōnsecrāneus, cōnsecrāneī mone united by the same sacra, one bound by the same (military) oath

cōnsecrātor, cōnsecrātōris mone who consecrates, one who dedicates

cōnsecrāre, cōnsecrō, cōnsecrāvī, cōnsecrātumsurrender to the vengeance of any one, devote, consecrate, lay upon the altar, hallow, recognize as holy, make immortal, immortalize

cōnsecūtiō, cōnsecūtiōnis feffect, consequence, the proper following of one thing after another, order, connection, sequence, an acquiring, obtaining, attainment

cōnsedō, cōnsedōnis mhe who sits with one

cōnsermōnārī, cōnsermōnorconverse with one, talk

cōnsessor, cōnsessōris mone who sits near or by a person or thing, assessor, table neighbor

cōnsessus, cōnsessūs ma sitting together, sitting with, permission to sit with one, collection of persons sitting together, assembly

cōnsīderātor, cōnsīderātōris mone who considers, one who reflects, a sceptic

cōnsilium sēcūritātis Nātiōnum ŪnitārumUnited Nations Security Council

cōnsocer, cōnsoccerījoint father-in-law, one of two fathers-in-law

cōnsociātus, cōnsociāta, cōnsociātumunited, agreeing, harmonious

cōnsociāre, cōnsociō, cōnsociāvī, cōnsociātummake common, share with one, associate, join, unite, connect

cōnsocius, cōnsocia, cōnsociumunited, connected

cōnsocrus, cōnsocrūs fjoint mother-in-law, one of two mothers-in-law

cōnsōlātor, cōnsōlātōris mone who consoles, comforter

cōnsors, cōnsortissharing property with one, living in community of goods, partaking of in common, dividing something with one, having an equal share, partaking of, sharing, of the same condition, common

cōnspīrātēwith one accord, unanimously

cōnspīrātiō, cōnspīrātiōnis fa blowing together, breathing together, an agreement in feeling, agreement in opinion, union, unanimity, concord, harmony, plotting, plot, mutiny, conspiracy, the conspirators, body of conspirators

cōnspīrātus, cōnspīrātūs m (nur Abl. Sgl. cōnspīrātū)a blowing together, breathing together, an agreement in feeling, agreement in opinion, union, unanimity, concord, harmony, plotting, plot, mutiny, conspiracy, the conspirators, body of conspirators

cōnspōnsor, cōnspōnsōris mjoint surety, one who binds or obligates himself to something

cōnspōsus, cōnspōsī mjoint surety, one who binds or obligates himself to something

cōnstituere, cōnstituō, cōnstituī, cōnstitūtumfix, settle, order, manage, confirm, regulate, arrange, dispose, appoint something (for or to something), settle, agree upon, define, determine, accord, agree with one in a thing, appoint, concert, agree upon, assent to

cōnsuēfacere, cōnsuēfacio, cōnsuēfēcī, cōnsuēfactumaccustom one to a thing

cōnsul suffectuspost-elected consul, one chosen in the course of the year in the place of one who had died

cōnsulāris, cōnsulāris mone who has been consul, an ex-consul, one of consular rank

cōnsulere, cōnsulō, cōnsuluī, cōnsultumconsult with one, to ask his opinion or advice, ask counsel of, consult, question, consult a deity, consult an oracle, consult omens, ask advice of a lawyer, take counsel with the competent authorities, take counsel upon something, deliberate upon something

cōnsultātor, cōnsultātōris mone who asks advice, one who consults

cōnsultāre, cōnsultō, cōnsultāvī, cōnsultātumreflect, consider maturely, consult, take counsel, deliberate, take care of one, have a care for, take a resolution, resolve, consult one, go to for counsel, ask counsel of

cōnsultō aicuītake care of one, have a care for

cōnsultārī, cōnsultor, cōnsultātus sumconsult one, go to for counsel, ask counsel of

cōnsultor, cōnsultōris mone who maturely considers, one who reflects, one who takes counsel upon a thing, one who gives counsel, counsellor, adviser, he who asks counsel of one, consulter

contentiō, contentiōnis fan eager stretching, a straining, exertion of the powers of body or mind, tension, effort, a vigorous struggling or striving for something, a struggle after

contentiō, contentiōnis flabored speech, formal speech, contest, contention, strife, comparison, contrast, a contrasting of one thought with another, antithesis

contextor, contextōris mone who puts a writing together, composer, author

contingere, contingō, contigī, contāctumseize upon, affect, touch with pollution, pollute, stain, defile, be connected with, be related to, concern, happen to one, befall, fall to one’s lot, succeed in, obtain a thing, happen, fall to, turn out, come to pass

continuātiō, continuātiōnis fa following of one thing after another, unbroken series, connection, continuation, succession, uninterrupted succession, a period

continuōimmediately, forthwith, directly, without delay, speedily, without interval, in an uninterrupted series, one after another, continuously

continuāre, continuō, continuāvī, continuātumjoin together in uninterrupted succession, make continuous, join one with another, connect, unite, erect in rows, connect together in a period, join, connect together, continue uninterruptedly, do successively one thing after another, continue, last

continuus, continua, continuumjoining, connecting with something, hanging together, uninterrupted, continuous, following one after another, successive

continuus, continuī mhe who is always about one, attendant

cōntiōnārī, cōntiōnor, cōntiōnātus sumbe convened in an assembly, be united in an assembly, form an assembly, deliver an oration before an assembly of the people, harangue, address, declare before the people, say publicly, publish, make known, declare

contractor, contractōris m, one who makes a contract, contractor,

contrōversārī, contrōversorbe at variance one with another, dispute

contubernium, contuberniī ntent-companionship, a dwelling together in a tent, a body of soldiers occupying a tent together, a mess, squad, the intercourse of a young man and the general accompanied by him in war, attendance, the accompanying

conturmālis, conturmālis mone of the same squadron, companion

convector, convectōris mone who carries together, one who brings together, passenger, the deity who presided over the gathering in of grain

convenīre, conveniō, convēnī, conventumcome together, meet together, assemble, meet one judicially, sue, bring an action against, summon before a tribunal, unite, join, combine, couple, agree with in wishes, agree with in decisions, accord, harmonize, fit with, it in, fit to something, suit, be adapted to

conventus clīmaticus Nationum Unitarum inauguratus estthe united nations climate conference has been opened

converritor, converritōris mone who sweeps together

conversiō, conversiōnis fthe transfer from one species of composition to another, the rounding of a period, moral change, conversion, change of view, change of opinion

convīcānus, convīcānī mone who is of the same village, fellow-villager

convīctiō, convīctiōnis fcompanionship, intercourse, intimacy with one, familiar friend

convīctor, convīctōris mhe who lives with one, table companion, messmate, familiar friend

convīva, convīvae mone who feasts with another, a table companion, guest, as a guest I hold back in eating

cooptāre, cooptō (cōptō), cooptāvī, cooptātumchoose to something, elect to something, admit or receive into some body by election, elect to an office

copias in unum locum cogeregather the troops in one place

cōpiās in ūnum locum cōgōgather the troops in one place

cōptāre, cōptō, cōptāvī, cōptātumchoose to something, elect to something, admit or receive into some body by election, elect to an office

cōpulātus, cōpulāta, cōpulātumjoined together, united, connected

cor mihi salitmy heart is laughing in my body, my heart is pounding, the heart throbs in my body

corcinārī, corcinorget rumblings in the body

corporālis, corporālecorporeal, pertaining to the body

corporāscere, corporāscōassume a body, become incarnate

corporātiō, corporātiōnis fan assuming of a body, incarnation

corporātīvus, corporātīva, corporātīvumpertaining to the forming of a body

corporātus, corporāta, corporātumcorporeal, embodied, become a body, incarnate

corporeus, corporea, corporeumcorporeal, composed of flesh, fleshly, , belonging to the body

corporāre, corporō, corporāvī, corporātummake into a body, fashion into a body, furnish with a body, make a body, make a corpse, kill, defecate

corporum lēnōciniathe seductive charms of the body

corpulentia, corpulentiae fcorpulence, grossness of body, fleshiness of body, corporeity

corpus animae coaegrēscitthe body gets sick together with the soul

corpus aquā tangōwet the body with water, moisten the body with water

corpus cadūcum et īnfīrmumthe frail and weak body, the decrepit and weak body

corpus collacerātumutterly mangled body, body completely mangled

corpus compāctumstocky body, squat body

corpus cūrōheal the body, cure the body

corpus et animusbody and soul

corpus hominis mortuībody, corpse, dead body

corpus iam corrōborātumcompleted physical development, a fully developed body

corpus in feretrum impōnōlay out, lay out the body

corpus īnfīrmum annīsa decrepit body

corpus īnsūmentiabody weakening agents, debilitating agents, body weakening substances

corpus mortuībody, corpse

corpus moveōdo evil to the body, hurt the body badly

corpus obnoxiumsickly body, vulnerable body

corpus tenuātumemaciated body

corpus vīsū torvum (= corpus vīsū torvō)wild appearing body, wild looking body

corpus, corporis nany object composed of materials perceptible by the senses, body, substance, the flesh of animal bodies, the wood under the bark of a tree, a lifeless body, corpse, trunk, the individual, person, the testicles

corpus, corporis nframe, system, structure, community, corporation, the framework of ships, a political body

corpusculum, corpusculī nlittle body, atom, collection

corrēctiō, corrēctiōnis fthe recalling of a word in order to use a stronger or more significant one in its place

correcumbere, correcumbōlie down together, lie down at the same time, lying down with any one

corrēgnāre, corrēgnōreign together with one

corrīvāre, corrīvō, corrīvāvī, corrīvātumconduct streams of water together, draw together into one stream

cosmēta, cosmētae mhe who ornaments one, an adorner

cosmētēs, cosmētae fshe who ornaments one, an adorner

cosmētēs, cosmētae mhe who ornaments one, an adorner

cosmographus, cosmographī mone who describes the world, cosmographer

cōvenīre, cōveniō, cōvēnī, cōventumcome together, meet together, assemble, meet one judicially, sue, bring an action against, summon before a tribunal, unite, join, combine, couple, agree with in wishes, agree with in decisions, accord, harmonize, fit with, it in, fit to something, suit, be adapted to

creātor, creātōris mcreator, author, begetter, founder, creator of the world, God, one who elects or appoints to an office

crēber, crēbra, crēbrumthat exists or takes place in a continuous multitude, following closely together, following closely one after another, thick, close, pressed together, frequent, numerous, repeated, crowded with, abundant, abounding in

crēbrōclose one after another, repeatedly, often, oftentimes, frequently, many times

crēdere, crēdō, crēdidī, crēditumcommit something to one, consign something to one for preservation, protection

crēdere, crēdō, crēdidī, crēditumgive as a loan, loan, lend, loan to any one

crēdere, crēdō, crēdidī, crēditumintrust to one, trust to, confide in, have confidence in, trust, believe in, trust in

crēdere, crēdō, crēdidī, crēditumtrust one in his assertions, give someone credence, believe, hold as true, admit as true

crēmentum corporisbody growth

crētā aut carbōne notandusone to praise or blame

crīminārī, crīminor, crīminātus sumaccuse one of crime, complain of, impeach, calumniate, charge with, accuse, criminate

cruciārius, cruciāriī mone who is crucified, one fit for the gallows, a gallows-bird

cruor, cruōris mblood (which flows from a wound), stream of blood, vital power, bloodshed, murder, blood in the body

crūsta, crūstae fthe hard surface of a body, rind, shell, crust, bark, scab, covering of ice, crust of ice, inlaid work, chased work, embossed work on walls or vessels, plasterwork, stucco-work, mosaic work, outside-work

crūstārius, crūstāriī mone who makes embossed or chased figures

cūiusvīs, cūiavīs, cūiumvīsto whomever pertaining, whosesoever, of any one

cunctātor, cunctātōris mone who acts with hesitation or tardiness, , a delayer, loiterer, lingerer, a considerate person, a cautious person

cunctātrīx, cunctātrīcis fone who hesitates, one who acts deliberately

cūnctī, cūnctae, cūnctaall together, the whole, all, whole, all unanimous, all in all, in mass, all in total, in bulk, all, all for one

cūnctimentirely, all together, completely, in a body, collectively

cūnctus, cūncta, cūnctumall in a body, all together, the whole, all, entire

cupidus, cupida, cupidumlonging from love, pining, languishing for, loving, desirous of money, avaricious, covetous, devoted to a party, favoring any one, partial

cūrābiturone will take care of it, one will think about it

cūragulus, cūragulī mof one who is prying, a spy, scout

cūria repraesentantium Cīvitātum ŪnitārumUnited States House of Representatives, House

cūria, cūriae fa curia or court, one of the thirty parts into which Romulus divided the Roman people

cūria, cūriae fa structure built for the religious services of a curia, One of the edifices in which the Senate held its consultations, the places of assembly of high councils out of Rome

cute perditusmentally devastated, sick in one’s body

Cythnos, Cythnī mone of the Cyclades, now Thermia

Cythnus, Cythnī mone of the Cyclades, now Thermia

daemoniacus, daemoniacī ma demoniac, one possessed by an evil spirit

damnātor, damnātōris mone who condemns

damnāre, damnō, damnāvī, damnātumoccasion loss to, occasion damage to, harm, damage, condemn, doom, sentence one to any punishment, oblige one’s heir by last will and testament to the performance of any act

datātimby tossing from one to the other

dē eōrum vīta silēturone is silent about their life

dē manū in manūs trādō aliquidlet something go from one hand to the other

dē mīlle sagittīs ūnam sēpōnōselect one from a thousand arrows

dē tenerō unguīwith body and soul, down to the fingertips

dēbitor, dēbitōris mdebtor, borrower, who is bound to perform his vow, one who is indebted, one who is under obligation to someone for something

decānus, decānī ma chief of ten, one set over ten persons, a kind of officer at the imperial court, the chief of ten parts of a zodiacal sign, chief of the corpse-bearers

dēcessor, dēcessōris mpredecessor in office, one who retires from a province he has governed

deciēs sēstertium (= deciēs centēna mīlia sēstertium)one million sesterces

decima ūnīus centesimae pars (0,1%)the tenth part of one percent

decima, decimae f (decuma, decumae f)tenth part, one tenth

dēclāmātor, dēclāmātōris mone who practises set speaking, a rhetorician, declaimer

dēclārātor, dēclārātōris mone who declares, one who makes known, an announcer

dēcoctor, dēcoctōris mone who has squandered the property, a ruined spendthrift, a bankrupt

dēdecorātor, dēdecorātōris mone who dishonors, reviler, blasphemer

dēdicātor, dēdicātōris mone who dedicates, founder, author

dēditīcius, ddēditīciī mone who has surrendered, one who has capitulated, a captive

dēdere, dēdō, dēdidī, dēditumgive away, give up from one’s self, give up any thing to one, surrender, deliver, consign, yield, deliver up, give up, devote, dedicate

dēdocēre, dēdoceōcause one to unlearn something, cause one to unteach something, teach the opposite of

dēdūcere, dēdūcō, dēdūxī, dēductumlead out, conduct, escort, accompany a person out of the house, conduct a young man to a public teacher, conduct a bride, take home the bride, bring one a concubine, drive out, expel, lead away a person from a disputed possession

dēdūcere, dēdūcō, dēdūxī, dēductummislead, seduce, entice, induce, bring one to an opinion

dēductor, dēductōris mone who brings, guide, teacher, one who accompanies or attends on a candidate for office, an attendant

dēfector, dēfectōris mone who revolts from another, a revolter, rebel

dēfēnsor, dēfēnsōris mone who fends, one who wards, one who averts, one who keeps off, defender, protector

dēferre, dēferō, dētulī, dēlātumbear away, bring away, bear down, carry down, bring down, drive away, drive down, drive a ship, bring to any place, convey to any place, bring to market, sell, bring, give to one, grant, confer upon, allot, offer to any one, transfer, deliver

dēfīnītor, dēfīnītōris mone who determines, one who settles, one who appoints

dēiector, dēiectōris me who throws down, one who casts down

deificāre, deificōmake one a god, deify

deificus, deifica, deificumwho makes one a god, who deifies, consecrated, sacred

deincepsfollowing thereafter, next following, in a constant series, one after another, successively, in turn, successively, in order, and so forth, and so on

Dēiopēa, Dēiopēae fone of Juno's nymphs

dēlector, dēlectōris mrecruiter, one who draws out, one who levies, one who recruits

dēlēgātor, dēlēgātōris mone who makes an assignment, assignor

dēlēnītor, dēlēnītōris m (dēlīnītor, dēlīnītōris m)one who softens down, one who soothes, one who wins over

dēlīberātor, dēlīberātōris mone who deliberates

dēlicere, dēliciōallure one from the right way, entice, delight

dēlīnītor, dēlīnītōris mone who softens down, one who soothes, one who wins over

Dēlos, Dēlī fsmall island in the Aegean Sea, one of the Cyclades, the birthplace of Apollo and Diana

dēlūstrāre, dēlūstrōfree one from an evil charm or spell, disenchant

dēmōnstrātor, dēmōnstrātōris mone who points out, one who indicates, indicator, exhibiter

dēmorī, dēmorior, dēmortuus sumdie off, die, depart, decease, depart, be gone, be dying for love of any one

dentifrangibulus, dentifrangibulī mtooth-breaker, one who knocks out teeth

dentilegus, dentilegī mone who picks up his teeth, tooth-gatherer

dēpālātor, dēpālātōris mone who marks out the bounds, founder

dēpopulātor, dēpopulātōris mone who lays waste, marauder, spoiler, pillager

dēportātor, dēportātōris mone who carries away, bearer, carrier, transporter

dēpositārius, dēpositāriī mone who receives a deposit, trustee, depositary, one who makes a deposit, depositor

dēpositor, dēpositōris mone who deposits a thing for safe-keeping, depositor, one who disowns, one who disclaims

dēpostulātor, dēpostulātōris mone who demands (for punishment, torture), challenger, prompter

dēprecātor, dēprecātōris mone who averts by praying, interceder, intercessor

dēpreciātor, dēpreciātōris mone who depreciates, depreciator

dēpretiātor, dēpretiātōris mone who depreciates, depreciator

dēpulsor, dēpulsōris mone who drives away, one who removes, one who repels, epithet of Jupiter, as the averter of evil

dērelictor, dērelictōris mone who abandons

dērīvātiō, dērīvātiōnis fleading off, turning off, turning away, derivation, etymology, exchanging of one word for another

dēscīscere, dēscīscō, dēscīvī (dēsciī), dēscītumfree one’s self from a connection, withdraw, leave, revolt from, desert to, go over to any one, depart, deviate, withdraw from, fall off from, be unfaithful to, fall off to, decline to, degenerate into, degenerate, be transformed

dēsertor, dēsertōris mone who forsakes, forsaker, one who abandons, runaway, deserter, one who joins the enemy

dēsīgnātor, dēsīgnātōris mone who regulates, one who arranges, regulator, officer whose duty it was to assign seats in the theatre, umpire at public spectacles

dēsioculus, dēsioculī mone who has lost an eye

dēsōlātōr, dēsōlātōris mwaster, failure, loser, one who makes lonely, one who makes desolate

dēspectātor, dēspectātōris m, one who looks down, despiser,

dēsquāmāta, dēsquāmātōrum nparts of the body from which the skin has been rubbed off, excoriated parts

dēstrictārium, dēstrictāriī nthe place in the baths where the body was rubbed down

dēstringere, dēstringō, dēstrīnxī, dēstrictumstrip off, rubbing the body in the bath, scouring out, unsheathe, draw, touch gently, graze, skim, skirt, criticise, censure, satirize

dēstrūctor, dēstrūctōris mone who pulls down, destroyer

dēesse, dēsum, dēfuībe away, be absent, fail, be wanting, be wanting in one’s duty, not to assist, not to serve, desert one, neglect a person or thing, fall short of, miss, fail to obtain

dētentātor, dētentātōris mone who holds or keeps back something, detainer

dētēstātor, dētēstātōris mone who execrates, curser

dētractātor, dētractātōris m one who declines, one who refuses, diminisher, disparager

dētrectātor, dētrectātōris m (dētractātor)one who declines, one who refuses, diminisher, disparager

dētrūsor, dētrūsōris mone who thrusts down, knocker, device for knocking down

dēversitor, dēversitōris mone who puts up at an inn, guest

dēversor, dēversōris mone who lodges anywhere, inmate, guest

dēvĭātor, dēvĭātōris mone who leaves the way, forsaker

dēvōtus, dēvōta, dēvōtumdevoted to any one, attached, faithful, pious, devout, given to, abandoned to

diatrētārius, diatrētāriī mone who does perforated or filigree work, turner, carver

dicam alicuī impingōbring a heavy action against one

dicam alicuī scrībōbring an action against any one

dicāre, dicō, dicāvī, dicātumdedicate, consecrate, devote, give up, set apart, appropriate a thing to any one

dictātor, dictātōris mchief magistrate elected by the Romans in seasons of emergency for six months, one who dictates

dictor, dictōris mone who says something, speaker

dīcuntone tells, one says

diēcula, diēculae fshort space of a day, one little day, little while

diem compōnit vesperonly the evening concludes the day, one should not praise the day before the evening

diem ex diē (diem dē diē)for days, one day after the other, day after day

diem ex diē differōpostpone from one day to the next

diem ex diē dūcōpostpone from one day to the next

diem ex diē exspectōwait from one day to the next

diem noctemqueday and night, one day and one night

digitō aliquem attingōtouch one lightly, touch one gently

dignōscere, dignōscō, dignōvī (dīnōscere, dīnōscō, dīnōvī)know apart, distinguish, discern one thing from another

dīlēcta, dīlēctae fdarling, loved one, adored

dīmidiātus, dīmidiāta, dīmidiātumhalf, halved, with half the body

dīnōscere, dīnōscō, dīnōvīknow apart, distinguish, discern one thing from another

diplois, diploidis f (Akk. diploidem)double robe to be wrapped around the body, cloak, mantle

Dipylon, Dipylī ngate at Athens that closed the Ceramicus, and through which one passed in going to the Academy

dīrēctārius, dīrēctāriī mone who secretly enters a house in order to steal, sneak-thief, burglar

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

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

hic ūnusthis alone, this only, this one alone

homō dē capsulāone who is excessively neat, nice

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

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

in 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

iūs cīvīleprivate rights, the law, the body of Roman law relating to private rights, Civil Law

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

lūminar, lūmināris nthat which gives light, light-giver, luminary, a heavenly body, light, lamp, window-shutter, window

lūmināre, lūmināris nthat which gives light, light-giver, luminary, a heavenly body, light, lamp, window-shutter, window

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

quod ut nē accidat cavendum estone must be careful that this does not happen

quondamat a certain time, at one time, once, heretofore, formerly, the late, the former, the deceased, at certain times, at times, sometimes, one day, some day, ever

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

scybalon, scybalī nbody dung

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

sēmicorporālis, sēmicorporālehalf bodied, having but half its body visible

sēmicorporeus, sēmicorporea, sēmicorporeumhalf bodied, having but half its body visible

sēmicorporis, sēmicorporwhaving half a body

sēmicorpus, sēmicorporishaving half a body

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

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

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

servitium, servitiī ncondition of a slave, condition of a servant, slavery, servitude, body of servants, class of slaves

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

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

sessiō, sessiōnis fseat, sitting place, seat of the body, sitting idly, loitering, buttocks

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

sīdus, sīderis nStars united in a figure, a group of stars, a constellation, sky, heavens, a very great height, ornament, pride, glory, season of the year, climate, weather

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

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

singulās urbēs circumveniōgo around from one city to another

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

sirpea,sirpeae fbasket work of rushes, body of a wagon

sirpia, sirpiae fbasket work of rushes, body of a wagon

sociābilis, sociābilethat may be easily united, that may be easily joined together, socia

Societās cultuī hūmānitātīque prōvehendīs (UNESCO)United Nations Educational-Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO)

socius, socia, sociumsharing, joining in, partaking, united, associated, kindred, allied, fellow

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

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

specillum, specillī nsurgical instrument for examining diseased parts of the body, probe

spūtātor, spūtātōris mone who spits much, a spitter

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

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Wortform von: united

3. Belegstellen für "united in one body"



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