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Wörterbuch Latein <-> Deutsch (Englisch) --- Bestimmung lateinischer Wortformen
(15) Gib Verben auch im Deutschen in der 1.Sgl. ein (ohne "ich")!

   
longae: ā ē ī ō ū ӯ Ā Ē Ī Ō Ū - breves: ă ĕ ĭ ŏ ŭ Ă Ĕ Ĭ Ŏ Ŭ - ancipitia: ā̆ ē̆ ī̆ ō̆ ū̆ ȳ̆

Suchergebnis zu
"wished for":

1. Wörterbuch und Phrasen:

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

VolltrefferL (max. 100): 1 Ergebnis(se)
Wortsuche bei PerseusWortsuche im lateinisch - deutschen Georges bei Zeno.orgvotivus, votiva, votivumvōtīvus, vōtīva, vōtīvumversprochen
belonging to a vow, promised by a vow, given in consequence of a vow, votive, conformable to one’s wish, wished for, longed for, desired
(durch ein Gelübde)
Wortsuche in Lewis and ShortWort- und Formsuche bei Van der GuchtWortsuche bei latein.me


VolltrefferE (max. 100): 1 Ergebnis(se)
Hauptquelle: Lewis and Short


query 1/E (max. 1000): 2 Ergebnis(se)
Hauptquelle: Lewis and Short
antisigma, antisigmatis na character, Ↄ, which the emperor Claudius wished to introduce into Latin for ps = the Greek ψ, a critical mark, Ↄ, placed before a verse which is to be transposed


query 1/2L (max. 100): 9 Ergebnis(se)
  fando aliquid audivifandō aliquid audīvīweiß etw. vom Hörensagen
   
Wortsuche bei PerseusWortsuche im lateinisch - deutschen Georges bei Zeno.orgfor 1fārī, for, fātus sum (φημί)besinge
Wortsuche in Lewis and ShortWort- und Formsuche bei Van der GuchtWortsuche bei latein.me
Wortsuche bei PerseusWortsuche im lateinisch - deutschen Georges bei Zeno.org  künde
Wortsuche in Lewis and ShortWort- und Formsuche bei Van der GuchtWortsuche bei latein.me
Wortsuche bei PerseusWortsuche im lateinisch - deutschen Georges bei Zeno.org  mache kund
Wortsuche in Lewis and ShortWort- und Formsuche bei Van der GuchtWortsuche bei latein.me
Wortsuche bei PerseusWortsuche im lateinisch - deutschen Georges bei Zeno.org  rede
Wortsuche in Lewis and ShortWort- und Formsuche bei Van der GuchtWortsuche bei latein.me
Wortsuche bei PerseusWortsuche im lateinisch - deutschen Georges bei Zeno.org  sage
Wortsuche in Lewis and ShortWort- und Formsuche bei Van der GuchtWortsuche bei latein.me
Wortsuche bei PerseusWortsuche im lateinisch - deutschen Georges bei Zeno.org  spreche
Wortsuche in Lewis and ShortWort- und Formsuche bei Van der GuchtWortsuche bei latein.me
Wortsuche bei PerseusWortsuche im lateinisch - deutschen Georges bei Zeno.org  verkünde
Wortsuche in Lewis and ShortWort- und Formsuche bei Van der GuchtWortsuche bei latein.me
Wortsuche bei PerseusWortsuche im lateinisch - deutschen Georges bei Zeno.org  weissage
Wortsuche in Lewis and ShortWort- und Formsuche bei Van der GuchtWortsuche bei latein.me
query 1/2D (max. 100): 100 Ergebnis(se)
 Wortsuche im lateinisch - deutschen Georges bei Zeno.org
(ἐνάλλαξις)(Stilistik)
enallaxis, enallaxis fenallaxis, enallaxis fWort- und Formsuche bei Van der GuchtWortsuche bei latein.me
 Wortsuche im lateinisch - deutschen Georges bei Zeno.org(aufgeschichteter) Haufenstruēs, struis fstrues, struis fWort- und Formsuche bei Van der GuchtWortsuche bei latein.me
 Wortsuche im lateinisch - deutschen Georges bei Zeno.org(der, die) Wasserscheue
(ὑδροφόβος)
aquifuga, aquifugae caquifuga, aquifugae cWort- und Formsuche bei Van der GuchtWortsuche bei latein.me
 Wortsuche im lateinisch - deutschen Georges bei Zeno.org(eine Krankheit) verursachendcausālis, causālecausalis, causaleWort- und Formsuche bei Van der GuchtWortsuche bei latein.me
 Wortsuche im lateinisch - deutschen Georges bei Zeno.org(einzelne große) Perleūniō, ūniōnis funio, unionis fWort- und Formsuche bei Van der GuchtWortsuche bei latein.me
 Wortsuche im lateinisch - deutschen Georges bei Zeno.org(gleich) beim ersten Anblickprīmō aspectūprimo aspectu  
 Wortsuche im lateinisch - deutschen Georges bei Zeno.org(hohes) Altervetustās, vetustātis fvetustas, vetustatis fWort- und Formsuche bei Van der GuchtWortsuche bei latein.me
 Wortsuche im lateinisch - deutschen Georges bei Zeno.org(knöchellanges) Frauengewandstola, stolae fstola, stolae fWort- und Formsuche bei Van der GuchtWortsuche bei latein.me
 Wortsuche im lateinisch - deutschen Georges bei Zeno.org(körperliches) Befindenvalētūdō, valētūdinis fvaletudo, valetudinis fWort- und Formsuche bei Van der GuchtWortsuche bei latein.me
 Wortsuche im lateinisch - deutschen Georges bei Zeno.org(nussförmige große) Dattelcaryōta, caryōtae f (καρυωτή)caryota, caryotae fWort- und Formsuche bei Van der GuchtWortsuche bei latein.me
 Wortsuche im lateinisch - deutschen Georges bei Zeno.org(um) eine Stunde vorherhorā antehora ante  
 Wortsuche im lateinisch - deutschen Georges bei Zeno.org= contīroleta, contīroletae m - Jagdgefährte
(θηρολέτης)
conthēroleta, conthēroletae mcontheroleta, contheroletae mWort- und Formsuche bei Van der GuchtWortsuche bei latein.me
 Wortsuche im lateinisch - deutschen Georges bei Zeno.org= dēgustāre, dēgustō, dēgustāvī, dēgustātum - koste (von etw.)degūnere, degūnōdeguno 3Wort- und Formsuche bei Van der GuchtWortsuche bei latein.me
 Wortsuche im lateinisch - deutschen Georges bei Zeno.org= Aurelianum, Aureliani n - Orléans
(= Cenabum, Cenabi n)
Aurēlia, Aurēliae fAurelia, Aureliae fWort- und Formsuche bei Van der GuchtWortsuche bei latein.me
 Wortsuche im lateinisch - deutschen Georges bei Zeno.org= Cairus, Cairi fCāhira, Cāhirae fCahira, Cahirae fWort- und Formsuche bei Van der GuchtWortsuche bei latein.me
 Wortsuche im lateinisch - deutschen Georges bei Zeno.org= Ephialtes, Ephialtae m - Ephialtes
(Εφιάλτης, einer der Aloiden)
Ephialtēs, Ephialtis mEphialtes, Ephialtis mWort- und Formsuche bei Van der GuchtWortsuche bei latein.me
 Wortsuche im lateinisch - deutschen Georges bei Zeno.org= Lausanna, Lausannae f
(urbs in Helvetia sita)
Lausona, Lausonae fLausona, Lausonae fWort- und Formsuche bei Van der GuchtWortsuche bei latein.me
 Wortsuche im lateinisch - deutschen Georges bei Zeno.org= Lausanna, Lausannae f
(urbs in Helvetia sita)
Lausonium, Lausoniī nLausonium, Lausonii nWort- und Formsuche bei Van der GuchtWortsuche bei latein.me
 Wortsuche im lateinisch - deutschen Georges bei Zeno.org= Paropamisus, Paropamisi m - Hindukusch
(Παροπάμισος, Παραπάμισος)
Parapamisus, Parapamisī mParapamisus, Parapamisi mWort- und Formsuche bei Van der GuchtWortsuche bei latein.me
 Wortsuche im lateinisch - deutschen Georges bei Zeno.org= Russi, Russorum mRuthēnī, Ruthēnōrum mRutheni, Ruthenorum mWort- und Formsuche bei Van der GuchtWortsuche bei latein.me
 Wortsuche im lateinisch - deutschen Georges bei Zeno.org= Russia Alba, Russiae Albae fRuthēnia Alba, Ruthēniae Albae fRuthenia Alba, Rutheniae Albae fWort- und Formsuche bei Van der GuchtWortsuche bei latein.me
 Wortsuche im lateinisch - deutschen Georges bei Zeno.org= Russia, Russiae fRuthēnia, Ruthēniae fRuthenia, Rutheniae fWort- und Formsuche bei Van der GuchtWortsuche bei latein.me
 Wortsuche im lateinisch - deutschen Georges bei Zeno.org= Vosegus, Vosegī m - Vogesen
(schlechtere Lesart)
Vogesus, Vogesī mVogesus, Vogesi mWort- und Formsuche bei Van der GuchtWortsuche bei latein.me
 Wortsuche im lateinisch - deutschen Georges bei Zeno.org= Vosegus, Vosegī m - VogesenVosagus, Vosagī mVosagus, Vosagi mWort- und Formsuche bei Van der GuchtWortsuche bei latein.me
 Wortsuche im lateinisch - deutschen Georges bei Zeno.org= abacināre, abacinō, abacināvī, abacinātum - blende abbacināre, abbacinō, abbacināvī, abbacinātum abbacino 1Wort- und Formsuche bei Van der GuchtWortsuche bei latein.me
 Wortsuche im lateinisch - deutschen Georges bei Zeno.org= abacus, abacī m - Tischplatte
(ἄβαξ)
abax, abacis mabax, abacis mWort- und Formsuche bei Van der GuchtWortsuche bei latein.me
 Wortsuche im lateinisch - deutschen Georges bei Zeno.org= abaliēnāre, abaliēnō - entfremdeabalēnāre, abalēnōabaleno 1Wort- und Formsuche bei Van der GuchtWortsuche bei latein.me
 Wortsuche im lateinisch - deutschen Georges bei Zeno.org= abarcēre, abarceō, abarcuī - sondere ababercēre, aberceō, abercuīaberceo 2Wort- und Formsuche bei Van der GuchtWortsuche bei latein.me
 Wortsuche im lateinisch - deutschen Georges bei Zeno.org= abdōmen, abdōminis n - Schmerbauchabdūmen, abdūminis nabdumen, abduminis nWort- und Formsuche bei Van der GuchtWortsuche bei latein.me
 Wortsuche im lateinisch - deutschen Georges bei Zeno.org= abigere, abigō, abēgī, abāctum - führe wegabagere, abagōabago 3Wort- und Formsuche bei Van der GuchtWortsuche bei latein.me
 Wortsuche im lateinisch - deutschen Georges bei Zeno.org= ablaqueāre, ablaqueō, ablaqueāvī, ablaqueātum - grabe auf
(den Boden um Bäume und Reben)
ablacuāre, ablacuō, ablacuāvī, ablacuātumablacuo 1Wort- und Formsuche bei Van der GuchtWortsuche bei latein.me
 Wortsuche im lateinisch - deutschen Georges bei Zeno.org= abligurīre, abliguriō, abligurīvī, abligurītum - verprasseabligurrīre, abligurriō, abliguriī (abligurīvī), abligurrītumabligurrio 4Wort- und Formsuche bei Van der GuchtWortsuche bei latein.me
 Wortsuche im lateinisch - deutschen Georges bei Zeno.org= ablūtiō, ablūtiōnis f - Abspülenallūtiō, allūtiōnis fallutio, allutionis fWort- und Formsuche bei Van der GuchtWortsuche bei latein.me
 Wortsuche im lateinisch - deutschen Georges bei Zeno.org= abnepōs, abnepōtis m - Ururenkel
(= avi nepos)
abnepus, abnepī mabnepus, abnepi mWort- und Formsuche bei Van der GuchtWortsuche bei latein.me
 Wortsuche im lateinisch - deutschen Georges bei Zeno.org= abnōdāre, abnōdō, abnōdāvī, abnōdātum - knote abannōdāre, annōdōannodo 1Wort- und Formsuche bei Van der GuchtWortsuche bei latein.me
 Wortsuche im lateinisch - deutschen Georges bei Zeno.org= abrotonum, abrotonī n - Stabwurz
(ἀβρότονον) (als Medizin verwendet)
abrotonus, abrotonī f abrotonus, abrotoni fWort- und Formsuche bei Van der GuchtWortsuche bei latein.me
 Wortsuche im lateinisch - deutschen Georges bei Zeno.org= absinthium, absinthiī n - Wermutwein
(ἀψίνθιον)
apsinthium, apsinthiī napsinthium, apsinthii nWort- und Formsuche bei Van der GuchtWortsuche bei latein.me
 Wortsuche im lateinisch - deutschen Georges bei Zeno.org= abstergēre, abstergeō - wische ababstergere, abstergōabstergo 3Wort- und Formsuche bei Van der GuchtWortsuche bei latein.me
 Wortsuche im lateinisch - deutschen Georges bei Zeno.org= acanthus, acanthī m - Bärenklau
(ἄκανθος, ἄκανθα)
acantha, acanthae facantha, acanthae fWort- und Formsuche bei Van der GuchtWortsuche bei latein.me
 Wortsuche im lateinisch - deutschen Georges bei Zeno.org= accantitāre, accantitō - singe dazu
(verbum intensivum)
adcantitāre, adcantitōadcantito 1Wort- und Formsuche bei Van der GuchtWortsuche bei latein.me
 Wortsuche im lateinisch - deutschen Georges bei Zeno.org= accantāre, accantō - singe bei etw.
(verbum intensivum)
adcantāre, adcantōadcanto 1Wort- und Formsuche bei Van der GuchtWortsuche bei latein.me
 Wortsuche im lateinisch - deutschen Georges bei Zeno.org= accedit quod - dazu kommt noch, dassadvenit id quod ...advenit id quod ...  
 Wortsuche im lateinisch - deutschen Georges bei Zeno.org= accelerāre, accelerō, accelerāvī, accelerātum - beschleunige
[gradum, mortem]
adcelerāre, adcelerō, adcelerāvī, adcelerātumadcelero 1 (tr.)Wort- und Formsuche bei Van der GuchtWortsuche bei latein.me
 Wortsuche im lateinisch - deutschen Georges bei Zeno.org= acceptī lātiō, acceptī lātiōnis f - mündliche Zusage
(jurist.)
acceptīlātiō, acceptīlātiōnis facceptilatio, acceptilationis fWort- und Formsuche bei Van der GuchtWortsuche bei latein.me
 Wortsuche im lateinisch - deutschen Georges bei Zeno.org= accidere, accidō - falle hinaccadere, accadōaccado 3Wort- und Formsuche bei Van der GuchtWortsuche bei latein.me
 Wortsuche im lateinisch - deutschen Georges bei Zeno.org= accubuō - beiliegendaccubiōaccubioWort- und Formsuche bei Van der GuchtWortsuche bei latein.me
 Wortsuche im lateinisch - deutschen Georges bei Zeno.org= accubāre, accubō - liege bei Tischaccubitāre, accubitōaccubito 1Wort- und Formsuche bei Van der GuchtWortsuche bei latein.me
 Wortsuche im lateinisch - deutschen Georges bei Zeno.org= accūrāre, accūro, accūrāvi, accūrātum - besorgeadcūrāre, adcūro, adcūrāvi, adcūrātumadcuro 1Wort- und Formsuche bei Van der GuchtWortsuche bei latein.me
 Wortsuche im lateinisch - deutschen Georges bei Zeno.org= accūrātē - genauaccūrātimaccuratimWort- und Formsuche bei Van der GuchtWortsuche bei latein.me
 Wortsuche im lateinisch - deutschen Georges bei Zeno.org= accūsātor, accūsātōris m - Anklägercausātor, causātōris mcausator, causatoris mWort- und Formsuche bei Van der GuchtWortsuche bei latein.me
 Wortsuche im lateinisch - deutschen Georges bei Zeno.org= acquīsītiō, acquīsītiōnis f - Erwerbadquīsītiō, adquīsītiōnis fadquisitio, adquisitionis fWort- und Formsuche bei Van der GuchtWortsuche bei latein.me
 Wortsuche im lateinisch - deutschen Georges bei Zeno.org= acrifolius, acrifolia, acrifolium - nadelblättrigaquifolius, aquifolia, aquifoliumaquifolius, aquifolia, aquifoliumWort- und Formsuche bei Van der GuchtWortsuche bei latein.me
 Wortsuche im lateinisch - deutschen Georges bei Zeno.org= acroāticus, acroātica, acroāticum - zum Anhören bestimmt
(ἀκροαματικός)
acroāmaticus, acroāmatica, acroāmaticumacroamaticus, acroamatica, acroamaticumWort- und Formsuche bei Van der GuchtWortsuche bei latein.me
 Wortsuche im lateinisch - deutschen Georges bei Zeno.org= acucula, acuculae f - kleine Nadelacicula, aciculae facicula, aciculae fWort- und Formsuche bei Van der GuchtWortsuche bei latein.me
 Wortsuche im lateinisch - deutschen Georges bei Zeno.org= acylos, acylī m - essbare Eichel
(ἄκυλος)
aculos, aculī maculos, aculi mWort- und Formsuche bei Van der GuchtWortsuche bei latein.me
 Wortsuche im lateinisch - deutschen Georges bei Zeno.org= acēscere, acēscō, acuī - werde saueracīscere, acīscōacisco 3Wort- und Formsuche bei Van der GuchtWortsuche bei latein.me
 Wortsuche im lateinisch - deutschen Georges bei Zeno.org= acētum, acētī n - Essigacoetum, acoetī nacoetum, acoeti nWort- und Formsuche bei Van der GuchtWortsuche bei latein.me
 Wortsuche im lateinisch - deutschen Georges bei Zeno.org= acētābulum, acētābulī n - Becheracītābulum, acītābulī nacitabulum, acitabuli nWort- und Formsuche bei Van der GuchtWortsuche bei latein.me
 Wortsuche im lateinisch - deutschen Georges bei Zeno.org= ad amussim - nach dem LinealadamussimadamussimWort- und Formsuche bei Van der GuchtWortsuche bei latein.me
 Wortsuche im lateinisch - deutschen Georges bei Zeno.org= ad amussim - nach dem LinealamussimamussimWort- und Formsuche bei Van der GuchtWortsuche bei latein.me
 Wortsuche im lateinisch - deutschen Georges bei Zeno.org= adamās, adamantis m - Stahl, Diamant
(ἀδάμας)
adamāns, adamantis madamans, adamantis mWort- und Formsuche bei Van der GuchtWortsuche bei latein.me
 Wortsuche im lateinisch - deutschen Georges bei Zeno.org= adblaterāre, adblaterō (adblatterō), adblaterāvī, adblaterātum - plappere noch herobblaterāre, obblaterō (obblatterō), obblaterāvī, obblaterātumobblatero 1 (obblattero 1)Wort- und Formsuche bei Van der GuchtWortsuche bei latein.me
 Wortsuche im lateinisch - deutschen Georges bei Zeno.org= adblaterāre, adblaterō, adblaterāvī, adblaterātum - plappere noch heradblatterāre, adblatterō, adblatterāvī, adblatterātumadblattero 1Wort- und Formsuche bei Van der GuchtWortsuche bei latein.me
 Wortsuche im lateinisch - deutschen Georges bei Zeno.org= ademptiō, ademptiōnis f - Wegnahmeadimitiō, adimitiōnis fadimitio, adimitionis fWort- und Formsuche bei Van der GuchtWortsuche bei latein.me
 Wortsuche im lateinisch - deutschen Georges bei Zeno.org= adeps, adipis c - Fett
(ἄλειφα)
adips, adipis cadips, adipis cWort- und Formsuche bei Van der GuchtWortsuche bei latein.me
 Wortsuche im lateinisch - deutschen Georges bei Zeno.org= adesse, adsum, adfuī, adfutūrus - bin anwesendadesse, assum, affuī, affutūrusassumWort- und Formsuche bei Van der GuchtWortsuche bei latein.me
 Wortsuche im lateinisch - deutschen Georges bei Zeno.org= adfabricārī, adfabricor, adfabricātus sum - baue anaffabricārī, affabricor, affabricātus sumaffabricor 1Wort- und Formsuche bei Van der GuchtWortsuche bei latein.me
 Wortsuche im lateinisch - deutschen Georges bei Zeno.org= aditicula, aditiculae f - kleiner Eingang
(= parvus aditus)
aditiculus, aditiculī maditiculus, aditiculi mWort- und Formsuche bei Van der GuchtWortsuche bei latein.me
 Wortsuche im lateinisch - deutschen Georges bei Zeno.org= admodulārī, admodulor - stimme mit einadmodulāre, admodulōadmodulo 1Wort- und Formsuche bei Van der GuchtWortsuche bei latein.me
 Wortsuche im lateinisch - deutschen Georges bei Zeno.org= admovēre, admoveō, admovī, admotum - bewege heranammonēre, ammoneō, ammonuī, ammonitumammoveo 2Wort- und Formsuche bei Van der GuchtWortsuche bei latein.me
 Wortsuche im lateinisch - deutschen Georges bei Zeno.org= admīrārī, admīror, admīrātus sum - bewundereammīrārī, ammīror, ammīrātus sumammiror 1Wort- und Formsuche bei Van der GuchtWortsuche bei latein.me
 Wortsuche im lateinisch - deutschen Georges bei Zeno.org= admūnīre, admūniō, admūnīvī, admūnītum - blockiere
[hoc oppidum]
admoenīre, admoeniō, admoenīvī, admoenītumadmoenio 4Wort- und Formsuche bei Van der GuchtWortsuche bei latein.me
 Wortsuche im lateinisch - deutschen Georges bei Zeno.org= adoptiō, adoptiōnis f - Annahme an Kindesstatt, Adoptionaffīliātiō, affīliātiōnis faffiliatio, affiliationis fWort- und Formsuche bei Van der GuchtWortsuche bei latein.me
 Wortsuche im lateinisch - deutschen Georges bei Zeno.org= adorīrī, adorior, adortus sum - greife anadorīre, adoriōadorio 4Wort- und Formsuche bei Van der GuchtWortsuche bei latein.me
 Wortsuche im lateinisch - deutschen Georges bei Zeno.org= adruere, adruō - schütte auf
[terram]
arruere, arruōarruo 3Wort- und Formsuche bei Van der GuchtWortsuche bei latein.me
 Wortsuche im lateinisch - deutschen Georges bei Zeno.org= adrādere, adrādō, adrāsī, adrāsum - kratze anarrādere, arrādō, arrāsī, arrāsumarrado 3Wort- und Formsuche bei Van der GuchtWortsuche bei latein.me
 Wortsuche im lateinisch - deutschen Georges bei Zeno.org= adrēmigāre, adrēmigo, adrēmigāvī, adrēmigātum - rudere hin
[litori, portibus]
arrēmigāre, arrēmigo, arrēmigāvī, arrēmigātumarremigo 1Wort- und Formsuche bei Van der GuchtWortsuche bei latein.me
 Wortsuche im lateinisch - deutschen Georges bei Zeno.org= adulterium, adulteriī n - Ehebruchadulteritās, adulteritātis fadulteritas, adulteritatis fWort- und Formsuche bei Van der GuchtWortsuche bei latein.me
 Wortsuche im lateinisch - deutschen Georges bei Zeno.org= adulterāre, adulterō, adulterāvī, adulterātum - treibe Ehebruchadulterārī, adulteroradulteror 1Wort- und Formsuche bei Van der GuchtWortsuche bei latein.me
 Wortsuche im lateinisch - deutschen Georges bei Zeno.org= adulēscentula, adulēscentulae f - junges Mädchenadolēscentula, adolēscentulae fadolescentula, adolescentulae fWort- und Formsuche bei Van der GuchtWortsuche bei latein.me
 Wortsuche im lateinisch - deutschen Georges bei Zeno.org= adurgēre, adurgeō - dränge anadurguēre, adurgueōadurgueo 2Wort- und Formsuche bei Van der GuchtWortsuche bei latein.me
 Wortsuche im lateinisch - deutschen Georges bei Zeno.org= adveniō - komme anadportō adventumadporto adventum  
 Wortsuche im lateinisch - deutschen Georges bei Zeno.org= adverrere, adverro - fege herbeiadvorrere, advorroadvorro 3Wort- und Formsuche bei Van der GuchtWortsuche bei latein.me
 Wortsuche im lateinisch - deutschen Georges bei Zeno.org= adversum - in entgegengesetzter RichtungadversimadversimWort- und Formsuche bei Van der GuchtWortsuche bei latein.me
 Wortsuche im lateinisch - deutschen Georges bei Zeno.org= adversāre, adversō, adversāvī - richte andauernd hin
(auf etw. achten)
advorsāre, advorsō, advorsāvīadvorso 1Wort- und Formsuche bei Van der GuchtWortsuche bei latein.me
 Wortsuche im lateinisch - deutschen Georges bei Zeno.org= adversātrīx, adversātrīcis f - Gegnerin, Widersacherinadvorsātrīx, advorsātrīcis fadvorsatrix, advorsatricis fWort- und Formsuche bei Van der GuchtWortsuche bei latein.me
 Wortsuche im lateinisch - deutschen Georges bei Zeno.org= advertere, advertō, advertī, adversum - wende zuadvortere, advortō, advortī, advorsumadvorto 3Wort- und Formsuche bei Van der GuchtWortsuche bei latein.me
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(id) me attinet (id) mē attinetthis is of moment for me, this is of importance for me

aberrāre, aberrō, aberrāvī, aberrātumwander from the way, go astray, wander from, stray from a purpose, deviate from a purpose, divert, forget for a time

ablaqueāre, ablaqueō, ablaqueāvī, ablaqueātumturn up the earth round a tree, form a trench for water, create a tree slice

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

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

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

accubitum, accubitī ncouch for a large number of guests to recline on at meals

acētābulum, acētābulī nvessel for vinegar, cup-shaped vessel, cup, goblet, socket of the hip-bone, cavities in the arms of polypi, cup of flowers

acia, aciae fthread for sewing

acquīsītīvus, acquīsītīva, acquīsītīvumuseful for acquisition, acquiring, gaining, appropriating

acrātophoros, acrātophorī mpitcher or flask for holding unmixed wine

acrātophorum, acrātophorī npitcher or flask for holding unmixed wine

acridium, acridiī nanother name for the scammonia, scammony

acroāticus, acroātica, acroāticumdesigned for hearing only, esoteric

āctiō tribūtōriaaction for compensation, action for compensation

āctiō, āctiōnis fpermission for a suit, judicial management of a suit, trial, day of trial, exterior air or bearing, delivery, connection of events, series of events, plot

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

acucula, acuculae fsmall pin for a head-dress

acūminārius, acūmināria, acūmināriumgood for sharpening, good for sharpening weapons

ad + Akk.to, toward, even to, near to, by, at, close by, almost, about, unto, according to, in consequence of, for, in order to, at a definite, at a fixed time, at a appropriate time, according to circumstances, on the spot

ad annumfor the coming year, a year hence

ad brevefor a short time

ad verbumword for word, literally

ad vicem (mit Gen.)instead of, for

ad vīcīnālem ūsumfor the use of the neighbors

adhinnīre, adhinniō, adhinnīvī, adhinnītumneigh to, neigh after, strive after, long for with voluptuous desire, expresse one's delight in

administrātīvus , administrātīva, administrātīvumfit for the administration, suitable for the administration, practical

admīrātīvus, admīrātīva, admīrātīvumsuitable for astonishing, astonishing

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

adnumerāre, adnumerō, adnumerāvī, adnumerātumcount to, count out to, put to a person’s account, add to, include with, reckon with, attribute, impute to, reckon for, consider equal to,

adōrātīvus, adōrātīva, adōrātīvumpertaining to adoration, useful for worshiping, worshiping

adpetītiō, adpetītiōnis fgrasping at something, reaching after, passionate longing for something, passionate striving for something, strong desire, strong inclination, desire for food, appetite

adpetītus, adpetītūs monset, attack, assault, passionate longing for something, eager desire for something, power of desire, faculty of desire, passions, appetites

adpetere, adpetō, adpetīvī, adpetītumstrive after, try to get, grasp after, go somewhere, come somewhere, approach, arrive at, pressing on, rushing on, attack, fall upon, seize upon, assault, assail, strive after earnestly, desire eagerly, long for, have an appetite for, draw on, draw nigh, approach, be at

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

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

adsum alicuī animō nōn amīcōbeing present for someone without a friendly disposition

adtinēre, adtineō, adtinuī, adtentumstretch out to, reach to, extend somewhere, stretch somewhere, belong somewhere, belong to, concern to, pertain to, appertain to, relate to, refers to, concern, matter, be of moment, be of consequence, be of importance, be serviceable for, be useful for

adtractāre, adtractō, adtractāvī, adtractātumtouch, handle, feel after, grope for, appropriate to one’s self, feel after, seek to find

adtrectāre, adtrectō, adtrectāvī, adtrectātumtouch, handle, feel after, grope for, appropriate to one’s self, feel after, seek to find

adventūs causam ostendōexplain the reason for my coming

advigilāre, advigilō, advigilāvī, advigilātumwatch by, watch at, keep guard over, be watchful, be vigilant for, bestow care, bestow attention upon a thing, watch, watch for

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

advocitāre, advocitōsummon, send for, call in, call over

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

aedēs, aedium f (αἴθω)dwelling for men, house, habitation, obode, room, apartment, chamber, cells of bees, hive of bees, auricle

aedicula, aediculae fsmall building intended for a dwelling, chapel, small temple, niche, shrine, the recess in which the urn was placed, small house, small habitation, small room, closet

aedis, aedis fdwelling for men, house, habitation, obode, room, apartment, chamber, cells of bees, hive of bees, ear passage

Aegyptus, claustra annōnaeEgypt, the gateway for the grain supply

aeolipilae, aeolipilārum fvessels for investigating the nature of the wind, eolipiles

aequāmen, aequaminis n, instrument for levelling or smoothing,

aequātō iūre omniumwith equality of rights for all, with equal rights for all

aequātō omnium perīculōwith equal risk for all

aequum iūdicem mē alicuī praebeōprove to be a neutral judge for somebody

aerumnula, aerumnulae ftraveller’s stick for carrying a bundle

aes, aeris nany crude metal dug out of the earth, copper, alloy (for the most part of copper and tin), bronze, everything made from copper or bronze, weapons, armor, utensils of husbandry, money, reward, payment

aestīva, aestīvōrum nsummer pastures for cattle

aestīva, aestīvōrum ntime appropriate for a campaign

aetās cassidis patiēnsage fit for war, age fit to bear arms

aeternam glōriam urbī pariōwin immortal fame for the city

affectātor, affectātōris mone that strives for something

affectātrīx, affectātrīcis fshe that strives for a thing

affectiō imperiīStriving for power

ager satiōnālisfield suitable for sowing, seed field

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

agitur bene cum aliquōthings are good for someone

agitur praeclārē cum aliquōit is excellent for someone

agō aliquem reum lēgum sprētārumaccuse someone of disobeying the law, sue someone for disobeying the law

agōgae, agōgārum gchannels or passages for drawing off water

agōnista, agōnistae m, combatant for a prize,

agrestem stīvam arātrī repetōreach for the plow again, pick up the plow again

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

agrōrum cultūra hominibus salutāris estarable farming is beneficial for people

alabaster, alabastrī mbox for perfume, casket for perfumes, box for unguents, form of a rose-bud

alabastrum, alabastrī nbox for perfume, casket for perfumes, box for unguents, form of a rose-bud

Alexander breve tempus regnavitAlexander ruled for only a short time

alexipharmacon, alexipharmacī nantidote for poison

alicuī causa sumserve as a cause for someone

alicuī dō operamdo someone a service, render a service for someone

alicuī ostentuī scelerum sumserve someone for the display of his crimes

alicuī praesidiō sumbe somebody's protection, be a shelter for someone

alicuī veniam alicuius reī dōforgive someone for something

alicuius auctōritās multum valet apud aliquemsomeone's reputation counts for a lot with someone

bitte jdn. fehentlich um Hilfeplead with someone for help

alicuius causā cupiōhave interest for someone

alicuius causā volōhave interest for someone

alicuius cōnsilium scīscitorask someone for advice, seek someone's advice

alicuius grātiāin someone's favour, on someone's account, for someone

alicuius interestit is advantageous for someone, it is beneficial for someone

alicuius nōminein appreciation for someone

alicuius nōmine nūntiātorspeaker for someone, spokesperson for someone

alicuius opem implōrōbeg somebody for help

alicuius operā in multīs rēbus ūtoruse someone for many services, use someone to do many things

alicuius partēs agōappear in someone's persona, act the part of someone else, represent someone, stand in for someone, substitute for someone

alicuius reī introitum aperiō open door and gate for something

alicuius reī māteriam dōcause something to happen, give cause for something to happen

alicuius reī ratiōnem dūcōshow consideration for something

alicuius studiōsus sumfeel affection for someone

alicuius studiōsus sumhave a liking for someone, have a tendency towards someone

alicuius virtūtem honōrōreward someone for their efficiency

aliēnārī, aliēnot, aliēnātus sumkeep at a distance from something, be disinclined to, have an aversion for, avoid

aliīs leporem excitōtoil for others, feed others through, chase a rabbit into the kitchen for others

alimentārius, alimentāria, alimentāriumpertaining to nourishing, suitable for nourishing, relating to the apportionment of provisions among the poor

alimentum, alimentī nnourishment, nutriment, food, provisions, aliment, maintenance, support, recompense due to parents from children for their rearing

aliōelsewhere, to another place, to another person, for another purpose

aliōquī (aliōquīn)in other respects, for the rest, otherwise, yet, besides, moreover

aliōs amōres suspīrōdesire other loves, longing for other liaisons, yearn for other loves

alīpta, alīptae m (alīptēs, alīptae m) (ἀλείπτης)manager in the school for wrestlers, master of wrestling

alīptēs, alīptae m (ἀλείπτης)manager in the school for wrestlers, master of wrestling

aliquamdiūawhile, for a while, for some time, for a long distance

aliquandiūawhile, for a while, for some time, for a long distance

aliquandoawhile, for a while, for some time, sometimes, now and then, at length, now at last

aliquantisperfor a moderate period of time, for a while, for a time, for some time

aliquātenusfor a certain distance, some way, to a certain degree, to a certain extent, in some measure, somewhat, in some respects, partly

aliquem ad (in) cōnsilium adhibeōcall someone in for advice

aliquem ad cēnam invītōplease someone for dinner, ask someone for dinner

aliquem ad cēnam rogōplease someone for dinner, ask someone for dinner

aliquem ad cēnam vocōplease someone for dinner, ask someone for dinner

aliquem ad cupiditātem honōrum īnflammōinflame someone to the desire for fame

aliquem ad dēlīberatiōnem adhibeōbring in someone for advice, involve someone for advice

aliquem ad studium meī perdūcōmake someone devoted to oneself, win someone over, enlist someone for one's interests

aliquem ad ūsūs meōs adiungōharnessing someone for one's interests

aliquem alium esse putōmistaking someone for someone else

aliquem auctōrem habeō alicuius reīhave someone as a guarantor for something

aliquem cōnsiliō adhibeōcall someone in for advice, consult someone

aliquem cupiditāte honōrum īnflammōinflame someone to desire for fame

aliquem furere et bacchārī arbitrorto take someone for an over-enthusiastic and reeling gusher

aliquem irrīdeōtake someone for a ride, take the mickey out of someone, make fun of someone, make someone feel stupid

aliquem lūdōtake someone for a ride, take the mickey out of someone, make fun of someone, make someone feel stupid

aliquem māiestātis arcessōchallenge someone to court for lese majeste

aliquem praestōstand up for someone, vouch for someone

aliquem sēnsum habeō in aliquā rēbe receptive to something, have a sense for something, have an antenna for something

aliquid alicuī crīminī dōaccuse someone of something, blame someone for something

aliquid alicuī in religiōnem venitsomething becomes a concern for someone

aliquid compertum habeōknow something for certain

aliquid ēmōlumentō estsomething brings blessing, something is a blessing for someone

aliquid explōrātum habeōsomething is certain for me

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

aliquid in disceptātiōnem vocōput something up for discussion, argue about something, make something the subject of the dispute

aliquid in malam partem accipiōtake something in a bad sense, interpret something for the worse

aliquid in ūsum meum cōnferōuse something for my benefit

aliquid lacrimōmourn something, weep for something

aliquid laudī alicuī dōgive someone credit for something

aliquid laudī alicuī dūcōgive someone credit for something

aliquid luō aliquā rēatone for something with something

aliquid māgnō cōnstatsomething is expensive (for someone), something comes at a high price (for someone)

aliquid mē tenetsomething binds me, something has binding force for me, something is binding for me

aliquid mihi manetsomething remains for me

aliquid mihi relinquitursomething remains for me

aliquid mihi restatsomething remains for me

aliquid nihilī faciorespect something for nothing, regard something as a trifle

aliquid praestōbe responsible for something, stand up for something, vouch for something

aliquid prō aliquā rē sūmōmistake something for something, confuse something with something

aliquot diēsfor several days, for a few days

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

allēgere, allegō, allēgi, allēctumselect for one’s self, choose, admit by election, elect to a thing, elect into a thing

allubentia, allubentia fliking to, inclination to, fondness for

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

altē spectōlook up, set a high goal for one's self

Alternatīva Germāniae FactiōAlternative for Germany (AfD)

alterutrī mē fortūnae parōbe prepared for both cases, get ready for both cases

altiōra petōaspire to higher things, strive for higher things

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

alysson, alyssī na plant used for the bite of a mad dog, madwort

amābō, quid tibi est?For God's sake, what's the matter with you?

ambīre, ambiō, ambīvī (ambiī), ambītumgo round a thing, go about a thing, surround, encircle, encompass, go round after, solicit, canvass for votes, strive for, seek to gain

ambiō aliquemcompete for someone's vote, curry favour with someone

ambitiō, ambitiōnis fgoing round, going about of candidates for office in Rome, soliciting of individual citizens for their vote, canvassing, suing for office, striving for one’s favor, striving for one’s good-will

ambitiōneout of personal consideration, for the sake of personal considerations

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

ambitūs iūdiciō aliquem arcessōprosecute someone for bribery, prosecute someone for electoral fraud

ambitūs nōmine aliquem arcessōprosecute someone for bribery, prosecute someone for electoral fraud

ambitus, ambitūs munlawful striving for posts of honor, unlawful canvassing for office, bribery, corruption, desire to make a display, ostentation, vanity, show, parade, bombastic fulness, parade

ambulandō famem obsōnōwhen I go for a walk I buy myself a hearty appetite

ambulātiō, ambulātiōnis fwalking about, walk, place for walking, promenade

ambulātiuncula, ambulātiunculae fshort walk, small place for walking

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

ambulāre, ambulō, ambulāvī, ambulātumgo about, walk, walk for recreation, take a walk, go, travel, journey, navigate, sail, pass over, march

ames, amitis mpole, fork (for spreading bird-nets)

amīcitia bonam spem praelūcet in posterumfriendship grants a joyful light of hope for the future

amīcitiae causāfor the sake of friendship

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

amictōrius, amictōria, amictōriumsuitable for throwing about one

amīcum exspectārelook out for one''s friend

amīcum manērewait for one's friend

ammōniacum thȳmiāmacomposition for fumigating, incense

amor advenalove for a foreign maiden

amor adversus lībertamlove for a freedwoman

amor ancillaelove for a slave girl

amor aurīhunger for gold

amor cōnsulātūsaspiration for the Consulate

amor ergā mēlove for me

amor in tē cīvitātisyour popularity with the citizenship, the citizenship love for you

amor nosterlove for us

amor patrislove for the father

amor, amōris mlove, the beloved object itself, the god of love, Love, Cupid, strong and passionate longing for something, desire, lust, love-charm, philtre

ampelodesmos, ampelodesmī ma plant used for tying up vines

amphora, amphorae f (ἀμφορεύς < ἀμφιφορεύς)vessel, usually made of clay, with two handles or ears, flagon, pitcher, flask, bottle, measure for liquids, measure of a ship

amplexābundus, amplexābunda, amplexābundumgiving oneself to the embrace, eager for embraces

ampulla, ampullae f (demin. zu amphora)vessel for holding liquids, flask, bottle, jar, pot, swelling words, bombast

ampullula, ampullulae fsmall vessel for holding liquids, small flask, small bottle, small jar, small pot, small bombast

amputātōrius, amputātōria, amputātōriumuseful for cutting off

amussium, amussiī nhorizontal wheel for denoting the direction of the wind

amynticus, amyntica, amynticumintended for defence, designed to repel

anabathra, anabathrōrum npulpit, elevated place for reading out

anabāthrum, anabāthrī nelevated place for beholding public games, lift, ski lift, platform, seat

anabolicus, anabolica, anabolicum suitable for loading onto ship, suitable for importation

anachītēs, anachītae mname of the diamond as a remedy for sadness and trouble of mind

anaclintērium, anaclintēriī ncushion for leaning upon

anaclitērium, anaclitēriī ncushion for leaning upon

anadēma, anadēmatis nband, fillet, ornament for the head

analectris, analectridis fcushion for the shoulders (used to improve the figure), shoulder-pad

ananchītida, ananchītidae fname of the diamond as a remedy for sadness and trouble of mind

anancitēs, anancitae mname of the diamond as a remedy for sadness and trouble of mind

anaplērōticus, anaplērōtica, anaplērōticumsuitable for filling up

anasceuasticus, anasceuastica, anasceuasticumsuitable for refutation

ancipitī perīculō premorbeing in a tight spot, it's quite dangerous for me, being cornered

ancōnēs, ancōnum mknobbed bars of a hydraulic engine, forked poles for spreading nets

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

angustiae petītiōnisconditions unfavourable for application, difficulty of obtaining the consular dignity

anhēlāre, anhēlō, anhēlāvimove about for breath, draw the breath with great difficulty, pant, puff, gasp, heave, breathe out, emit by breathing, breathe forth, exhale, pursue, pant for, strive after something with eagerness, draw up the breath

animam prō cūnctīs obiectōsacrifice one's life for all

animī causāmerely for pleasure, for amusement, for passing the time, for diversion

animō parātus sum ad aliquidbe prepared for something

animōs amōrī submittōsacrifice pride for love

animus superiōra capessat necesse estthe soul must strive for higher regions

annōnam temperōset a moderate grain price, fix a reasonable price for corn

annotāre, annotō (adnotō), annotāvī, annotātumput a note to something, write down something, note down, remark, comment on, observe, perceive, register an absent person among the accused, designate one, already condemned, for punishment

annotārī, annotor (adnotor), annotātus sumbe distinguished for something, be noted for something

annua ambitiōannual application for office, annual candidature

annuae cōpiaeprovisions for a year

annulus annulī mring, finger-ring, seal-ring, signet-ring, ring for curtains, link of a chain, curled lock of hair, ringlet, round ornament upon the capitals of Doric columns, rings made of willow rods

annumerāre, annumerō (adnumerō), annumerāvī, annumerātumcount to, count out to, put to a person’s account, add to, include with, reckon with, give the number of something, attribute to, impute to, reckon for, consider equal to

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

ānsām habeō reprehēnsiōnisgive cause for censure

ānsam quaerōsearch for a clue

ānsās dō ad reprehendumgive cause for rebuke

ānsās dō reprehēnsiōnisgive cause for rebuke

ānsula, ānsulae flittle handle, small ring, small hook, small loop at the edge of sandals for the ties

antārius, antāria, antāriumthat serves for raising up

ante lēgitimum tempus magistrātum petōapply for office before the legal time

antecapiō, quae bello usui suntprocure in advance what is useful for the war

antepagmentum, antepagmentī nevery thing that is used for garnishing the exterior of a house, ornaments about the doors, windows

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

anthoristicus, anthoristica, anthoristicumsetting a counter-definition, suitable for counter-determination

antipagmentum, antipagmentī nevery thing that is used for garnishing the exterior of a house, ornaments about the doors, windows

antiptōsis, antiptōsis fthe putting of one case for another

antithesis, antithesis fputting of one letter for another

antlia, antliae f (= ἀντλίον)machine for drawing water, worked with the foot, pump, water pump, water paddle, paddle wheel

ānulus, ānulī mring, finger-ring, seal-ring, signet-ring, ring for curtains, link of a chain, curled lock of hair, ringlet, round ornament upon the capitals of Doric columns, rings made of willow rods

ānulus, ānulī mring, finger-ring, seal-ring, signet-ring, ring for curtains, link of a chain, curled lock of hair, ringlet, round ornament upon the capitals of Doric columns, rings made of willow rods

ānus, ānī manus, the posteriors, butt, buttocks, bottom, fundament, diseases of the anus, piles, haemorrhoids, iron ring for the feet

apertīvus, apertīva, apertīvumsuitable for opening

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

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

apophlegmatismos, apophlegmatismī mremedy for expelling phlegm, expectorant

apparatus bellīarmament for war

appetēns glōriaeeager for glory

appetēns glōriae atque avidus laudiseager for fame and keen on recognition

appetēns, appetentisstriving passionately after, desirous of, eager for, avaricious

appetentia glōriaestriving for fame, striving for glory

appetentia laudisstriving for fame, striving for glory

appetissere, appetissōstrive for, seek earnestly

appetītiō prīncipātūsstriving for the first rank

appetītiō, appetītiōnis fgrasping at something, reaching after, passionate longing for something, passionate striving for something, strong desire, strong inclination, desire for food, appetite

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

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

appetītus voluptātisaddiction to pleasure, penchant for pleasure

appetītus, appetītūs monset, attack, assault, passionate longing for something, eager desire for something, power of desire, faculty of desire, passions, appetites

appetere, appetō, appetīvī (appetiī), appetītumstrive after, try to get, grasp after, go somewhere, come somewhere, approach, arrive at, pressing on, rushing on, attack, fall upon, seize upon, assault, assail, strive after earnestly, desire eagerly, long for, have an appetite for, draw on, draw nigh, approach, be at

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

applar, applāris nsmall spoon for eating eggs

appōnere, appōnō (adpōnō), apposuī, appositumput 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

appositus alicuī reīmade to fit something, made suitable for something, set up for something

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

aptābilis, aptābileserviceable, fit for purpose, usable

aptus exercitusan army good in fight, ready for battle

aptus sumbe qualified for something, be fit for something, be suitable for something

aptus, apta, aptumfitted to something, suited, suitable, proper, apposite, fit, appropriate, adapted, conformable to, apt for, easily changed into

aqua niveasnow water (for drinking or cooling)

aquae sitiōbe thirsty for water

aquaemanālis, aquaemanālepertaining to water for the hand, pertaining to water for washing

aquaemanālis, aquaemanālis mbasin for washing the hands, wash-basin

aquaemanālis, aquaemanālis mbasin for washing the hands, wash-basin

aquāle, aquālis nvessel for washing, basin, wash-basin

aquāliculus, aquāliculī msmall vessel for water, stomach, maw, belly, paunch

aquālis, aquālis cvessel for washing, basin, wash-basin

aquārium, aquāriī nwateringplace for cattle

aquārī, aquor, aquātus sumbring water, fetch water for drinking, get water, be watered

āra, ārae fpen for animals, coop for animals

araeostȳlos, araeostȳlonwith columns standing for apart, areostyle

ārās vōtīs incendōlight the altar for the vowed sacrifices

arātiōnēs, arātiōnum fpublic farms or plots of land farmed out for a tenth of the produce, state Domains, government domains

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

arbuscula, arbusculae fin mechanics a movable machine for propelling military engines,

arca, arcae fplace for keeping any thing, chest, box, box for money, safe, coffer, purse, porte-monnaie, coffin, Noah’s ark, small close prison, cell, water-box of a hydraulic machine, watercistern, reservoir

arcera, arcerae fcovered carriage for sick persons

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

archa, archae fplace for keeping any thing, chest, box, box for money, safe, coffer, purse, porte-monnaie, coffin, Noah’s ark, small close prison, cell, water-box of a hydraulic machine, watercistern, reservoir

arcīvus, arcīva, arcīvumsuitable for prevention

arculum, arculī na roll or hoop placed upon the head for the purpose of carrying the vessels at public sacrifices

arculus, arculī ma roll or hoop placed upon the head for the purpose of carrying the vessels at public sacrifices

ārea, āreae fpiece of level ground, vacant place, ground for a house, building-spot, vacant space around or in a house, court, open space for games, open play-ground, raceground

arēnārius, arēnāria, arēnāriumpertaining to sand, pertaining to the amphitheatre, destined for the arena

argentārium, argentāriī nplace for keeping silver, cupboard or safe for plate

argentum, argentī n (cf. ἀργής)silver, wrought silver, things made of silver, silver-plate, silver-work, silver as weighed out for money, money coined from silver, silver money

argūmentōrum mōmentadecisive grounds for proof

argūmentum immortālitātis afferōcite a reason for immortality

ariēs, arietis m (ἄρην, ἄρρην)male sheep, ram, a sign of the zodiac, engine for battering down walls, battering-ram, beam for support, prop, buttress, unknown sea-monster, very dangerous to ships

arma cīvica prō trepidīs reīs tulitwield the weapon of citizenship for fearfully trembling defendants

arma quaerōponder on military aids, pine for military resources

armamaxa, armamaxae f (ἁρμάμαξα)covered Persian chariot (especially for women and children)

armāmenta, armāmentōrum nimplements or utensils for any purpose, props, tackle of a ship, sails, ropes, cables

armārium, armāriī ncloset, chest, safe, (for food, clothing, money)

armentum, armentī ncattle for ploughing, herd, single cow, ox

armīle, armīlis nvessel for wine

armilla, armillae fcircular ornament for the arm, bracelet, armlet, iron hoop, ring, ferrule

armillum, armillī nvessel for wine

arnacis, arnacidis f (Akk. Pl. arnacidas)garment for maidens, coat of sheepskin

arrogantiam tibi opprobriō dōreproach you for your arrogance, accuse you of vanity

artaena, artaenae fvessel for taking up liquids

artibus dēlectorfinding a taste for the arts

aruga, arugae fram for offering

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

arundō, arundinis freed, cane, fishing-rod, limed twigs for catching birds, wreath or crown made of reeds, shaft of an arrow, arrow, pen, reed pipe, shepherd’s pipe, Pan-pipe (σύριγξ), flute, weber-comb

arutaena, arutaenae f (ἀρύταινα)vessel for taking up liquids

arvocitāre, arvocitōsummon, send for, cal in, call over

arytaena, arytaenae f (ἀρύταινα)vessel for taking up liquids

ascea,asceae faxe for hewing wood, carpenter’s axe, mattock, hoel, mason’s trowel

ascētēria, ascētēriōrum nplace of abode for ascetics, hermitage

ascia, asciae faxe for hewing wood, carpenter’s axe, mattock, hoel, mason’s trowel

ascīscō mihī aliquidsettle something, take something on, claim something for oneself

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

aspergillum, aspergillī nvessel for sprinkling, sprinkler, holy water duster

aspergere, aspergō, aspersī, aspersumscatter, strew something on something, sprinkle, spatter over, fasten upon, bestow, bequeath something to, set apart for, add to, join, strew some person or thing with something, splash over, besprinkle, bespatter, bedew, spot, stain, sully, defile, asperse

asȳlum petōseek asylum, claim asylum, apply for asylum,

ātrāmentum, ātrāmentī nany black liquid, writing-ink, ink, black pigment, black color, fine, dark varnish, lacquer, blacking for coloring leather

ātrātus, ātrāta, ātrātumclothed in black for mourning, dressed in mourning

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

attendere, attendō (adtendō), attendī, attentumstretch something, direct toward, turn toward, stretch toward, extend toward, direct the attention, apply the mind to something, attend to, consider, mind, give heed to, strive eagerly for something, long for

attinae, attinārum fstones built up like a wall for a boundary mark

attinēre, attineō (adtineō), attinuī, attentum (intr.)stretch out to, reach to, extend somewhere, stretch somewhere, belong somewhere, belong to, concern to, pertain to, appertain to, relate to, refers to, concern, matter, be of moment, be of consequence, be of importance, be serviceable for, be useful for

attractāre, attractō, attractāvī, attractātumtouch, handle, feel after, grope for, appropriate to one’s self, feel after, seek to find

attrectāre, attrectō (adtrectō), attrectāvī, attrectātumtouch, handle, feel after, grope for, appropriate to one’s self, feel after, seek to find

aucipium, aucipiī nbird-catching, fowling, catching at, lying in wait for something, birds caught

auctor sumrequest, confirm, give advice, guarantee, ensure, advise, arrange for

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

auctōre aliquō ūtor ad aliquidhave a guarantor for something

auctōritātem pūblicam interpōnōintervene for state reasons

auctōrāre, auctōrō, auctōrāvī, auctōrātumbecome security for, give a pledge as bondsman, bind, confirm, support

aucupābundus, aucupābunda, aucupābundumwatching, lurking for

aucupium, aucupiī nbird-catching, fowling, catching at, lying in wait for something, birds caught

aucupāre, aucupō, aucupāvī, aucupātumgo bird-catching, to fowling, chase, give chase to, strive for, be on the look-out for, lie in wait for, watch for

aucupāri, aucupor, aucupātus sumgo bird-catching, to fowling, chase, give chase to, strive for, be on the look-out for, lie in wait for, watch for

augēris ā mē in petītiōne quaestūraesupport you in your application for the Quaestur

aulae accommodātus ingeniōsuitable in character for life at the court

aulaeum, aulaeī na splendidly wrought or embroidered stuff, tapestry, arras, covering, curtain, hangings, canopy, curtain of a theatre, covering for beds and sofas, tapestry, drapery of a heavy upper garment

aulaeum, aulaeī na splendidly wrought or embroidered stuff, tapestry, arras, covering, curtain, hangings, canopy, curtain of a theatre, covering for beds and sofas, tapestry, drapery of a heavy upper garment

aulēticos, aulēticonsuitable for a pipe or flute

aura secundat iterthe breeze is favourable for the journey

aurās apprēnsōgasp for breath

aurem alicuī substringōlisten to someone with pricked up ears, prick up one's ears for someone

auspicālis, auspicālepertaining to divination, suitable for auguries, auspicial

auster, quī per biduum flāverat, in Āfricum sē vertitthe south, which had been blowing for two days, turned to the southwest

austrum, austrī nmachine for drawing water

authepsa, authepsae fself-cooker], utensil for cooking

auxilia rēgem ōrōask the king for help

auxiliō acciō aliquemcall for help, call for assistance, summon for help,

auxiliō aliquem arcessōcall for help, call for assistance, summon for help,

auxilium ab aliquō implōrōplead with someone for help

auxilium ab amīcō petōask one's friend for help

auxilium temptōscouting for help, see if help is available

avāritās, avāritātis fgreedy desire for possessions, greediness, avarice, covetousness, eagerness for food, gluttony

avāritia glōriaeeager desire for renown or glory

avāritia, avāritiae fgreedy desire for possessions, greediness, avarice, covetousness, eagerness for food, gluttony

avāritiēs, avāritiēī fgreedy desire for possessions, greediness, avarice,, ,

avēre, aveō (haveō)wish, desire earnestly, long for, crave

avēs trimēstrēsbirds that only stay for three months

aviditās, aviditātis feagerness for something, avidity, longing, vehement desire, eagerness for money, covetousness, avarice, eagerness in eating, appetite

avidus, avida, avidumlonging eagerly for, desirous, eager, earnest, greedy, eager for gain, avaricious, covetous, greedy of money, eager for food, hungry, greedy, voracious, gluttonous, insatiable, wide, large, vast

bactropērīta, bactropērītae mfurnished with staff and pouch, carrying staff and pouch, nickname for a Cynic philosopher

bāiolus, bāiolī mhe who bears burdens for pay, porter, carrier, day-laborer, bearer at a funeral, letter-carrier

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

balinea, balineōrum nbath, place for bathing

balineae, balineārum f bath, place for bathing

balineum, balineī nbath, place for bathing

bālista talentāriathrowing stones of a talent in weight, Slingshot machine for fifty pound projectiles

bālista, bālistae f (cf. βάλλω)large military engine by which masses of stone were thrown, machine for projectiles, ballista, the weapon thrown, missile

ballista, ballistae f (bālista, bālistae) (cf. βάλλω)large military engine by which masses of stone were thrown, machine for projectiles, ballista, the weapon thrown, missile

balnea, balneōrum nbath, place for bathing

balneae, balneārum fbath, place for bathing

balneāticum, balneāticī npiece of money to be paid for a bath, bath-money

balneum, balneī nbath, place for bathing

baptistērium, baptistēriī n (βαπτιστήριον)place for bathing, place for swimming, vessel for bathing, baptistery, baptismal font

barbātōriam faciōshave the beard for the first time

basilisca, basiliscae fa plant, an antidote for the bite of the basilisk, also called regula

batus, batī ma bath, a Hebrew measure for liquids, containing about nine gallons

bdellium, bdelliī, nan Asiatic plant, distinguished for its fragrant gum, vine-palm, the costly gum exuding from the vine-palm

bēchicus, bēchica, bēchicumfor a cough

bēchion, bēchiī na plant good for a cough, colt’sfoot

bedella, bedellae fan Asiatic plant, distinguished for its fragrant gum, vine-palm, the costly gum exuding from the vine-palm

bellī atque pācis ratiōnēsthe chances for war and peace

bellī necessitātibus patientiam adhibeōdemonstrate perseverance for the needs of the war

bellī studiumzeal for war

bellicum canōgive the signal for breaking up camp, give the signal for an attack, give the signal for commencing hostilities

bellicum, bellicī nsignal for march, signal for the beginning of an attack

bellō prō aliquō adversus aliquemfight for someone against someone

bellum caupōnorhaggle pettily over the war, seek to buy the war for gold

bellum comparōprepare for war, arm for war

bellum hīs manetthe war continues for them

bellum mōliorwork towards a war, plan for war

bellum parōprepare for war

bene mereor dē + Abl.well deserve for

bene praeparātum pectusa heart ready for anything

bene prōmereorearn merit (for someone)

bene sentiō dē rē pūblicāwanting the best for the state, being a patriot

bene verruncōturn out well, have a fortunate issue, have a good outcome, turn out for the better, end well

bene vertō aliquidgive something a happy turn, give something a turn for the better

bene vertō aliquidmake something turn out for the better

beneficiīs afficiorlet favours be done for me

benevolentiam habeō erga aliquemhave goodwill for someone

benīgnē! sorbitiō mihi nōn ita grāta estthank you! I don't care so much for soup

bessālis, bessālecomprising eight, for any thing of small value

bibulus Falernīthirsting for falerner

biclīnium, biclīniī ndining-couch for two persons

bidēns, bidentis fanimal for sacrifice (swine, sheep, ox), animal for sacrifice whose two rows of teeth are complete

bīduancula, bīduanculae fday labourer for two days

bilībrīs farris lībertātem cīvium emōbuy the freedom of citizens for two pounds of spelt

bīma sententiavote concerning the continuance of a provincial government for two years

bīnās clepsydrās petōdemand to talk for two water clocks long

bipeda, bipedae ftile or flagstone two feet long, for pavements

bisōmum, bisōmī nsarcophagus for two persons

blandior vōtīs meīsbelieve what I am wished

bōia, bōiae f (gew. bōiae, bōiārum f)collar for the neck

bōlētar, bōlētāris nvessel for mushrooms, vessel for cooking and eating in

bombarda, bombardae frifle (for shooting)

bonacus, bonacī mspecies of bull in Pœonia, with the hair of a horse, and with horns unfit for fighting

bonasus, bonasī mspecies of bull in Pœonia, with the hair of a horse, and with horns unfit for fighting

bonō cōnsiliōfor good reason, with good intention

bōs ad arandum nātusthe cattle are made for ploughing

boum cervīcēs nātae ad iugumthe neck of the cattle is intended by nature for the yoke

bovīle, bovīlis nstall for oxen

bracchiōrum vēnās interscindōslit the wrists (for suicide)

bracchium, bracchiī nthe ridges of a mountain, the sail-yards, outwork for connecting two points in fortifications, moles, dikes, the arm of a catapult

brevī spatiō sileōbe silent for a short while

brevitātis causāfor the sake of brevity, for the sake of conciseness

bubīle, bubīlis nstall for oxen

būbō, dīrum mortālibus ōmenthe eagle owl, a horrifying image for humans

caballātiō, caballātiōnis ffodder for a horse

cabanna, cabannae fhut (for vineyard keepers)

cadus, cadī, m. (κάδος)large vessel for containing liquids, bottle, jar, jug, money-pot, funeral urn, measure for liquids

caedēs et cupīdōmurderousness, lust for murder

caeduus, caedua, caeduumthat can be cut without injury, fit for cutting

caelum mē aliquot diēs ā pūblicō cohibuitthe weather prevented me from going out for a few days

caelum spērōhope for divinity, hope for deification

caesālis, caesālesuitable for hewing, can be hewn, hewable

Caesar tertium iam diem a castris aberatCaesar had already been away from the camp for two days

caestus, caestūs m (cēstus, cēstūs m)strap of bull’s hide loaded with balls of lead or iron, wound around the hands and arms, gauntlet, boxing-glove for pugilists

calamister, calamistrī m (calamistrum, calamistrī n)hollow, tubular iron for curling the hair, curling-iron, crisping-pin, excessive or artificial ornament, flourish of words

calamistrum, calamistrī nhollow, tubular iron for curling the hair, curling-iron, crisping-pin, excessive or artificial ornament, flourish of words

calamus, calamī m (κάλαμος)reed, cane, reed-pen, reed-pipe, arrow, angling-rod, fishing-rod, lime-twig for snaring birds, signal-pole, signal-rod, measuring-rod, any straw of grain, stalk, stem, blade, graft, scion, hollow arm of a candelabra

calantica, calanticae fcovering for the head of women, which fell down over the shoulders

calautica, calauticae f (= κρήδεμνον)covering for the head of women, which fell down over the shoulders

calcātae, calcātārum fmaterial for filling ditches, fascines

calceāmentum, calceāmentī ncovering for the foot, shoe, footwear

calceārium, calceāriī nmoney for shoes, shoemoney

calceātī dentēsteeth well prepared for biting

calceātus, calceātūs mcovering for the foot, sandal, shoe

calciāmentum, calciāmentī ncovering for the foot, shoe, footwear

calciārium, calciāriī nmoney for shoes, shoemoney

calciātus, calciātūs mcovering for the foot, sandal, shoe

caldam ministrōgive the warm water to the hand, be responsible for the warm water

caldāria, caldāriae fwarm bath, pot for boiling

caldārium, caldāriī nhot bath, room containing warm water for bathing

caldārius, caldāria, caldāriumpertaining to warming, suitable for warming

calent ad lucrum popaethe sacrificial servants burn for profit

caleō sordibusbe inflamed with love for the Kanaille, be kindled for the rabble in love

calidārius, calidāria, calidāriumpertaining to warming, suitable for warming

caliptra, caliptrae fkind of covering for the head

calliblepharium, calliblephariī ndye for coloring the eyebrows

calliblepharum, calliblepharī ndye for coloring the eyebrows

callithrix, callithricis fa plant used for coloring the hair, also called trichomanes

callitrix, callitricis fa plant used for coloring the hair, also called trichomanes, a kind of ape or monkey in Ethiopia

calpar, calpāris nvessel for liquids, winecask, wine-pitcher

calumnia, calumniae fperversion of justice, bringing of an action in bad faith, conviction for malicious prosecution

calumniae causāfor the purpose of harassment

camīnum, camīnī n furnace, smelting-furnace for the working of metals, forge, forge or smithy of Vulcan and the Cyclopes, under Aetna, furnace for heating an apartment, fire

camīnus, camīnī mfurnace, smelting-furnace for the working of metals, forge, forge or smithy of Vulcan and the Cyclopes, under Aetna, furnace for heating an apartment, fire

campus Mārtiusplace of assembly for the Roman people at the comitia centuriata, the comitia themselves, place for games, exercise, and recreation, place for military drills

cāmus, cāmī mmuzzle, kind of collar for the neck

canāle, canālis npipe, groove, channel, water-pipe, conduit, canal, trench in mines, windpipe, sewer, flow of speech, groove upon Ionic capitals, channel for missiles in a catapult, splint for holding broken bones together, reed-pipe

canāliculus, canāliculīsmall channel, small pipe, small gutter, channel of a triglyph, groove of a catapult, splint for broken bones

canālis, canālesuitable for a dog

canālis, canālis c (Abl. Sgl. canālī)pipe, groove, channel, water-pipe, conduit, canal, trench in mines, windpipe, sewer, flow of speech, groove upon Ionic capitals, channel for missiles in a catapult, splint for holding broken bones together, reed-pipe

cancamum, cancamī nan Arabian gum used for incense

candida, candidae fgame or play exhibited by a candidate for office

candidātōrius, candidātōria, candidātōriumpertaining to a candidate for office

candidātus cōnsulārisapplicant for the consulate

candidātus quaestūraecandidate for the Praetorship

candidātus tribūnīciuscandidate for the office of Tribune of the People

candidātus, candidātī mcandidate for office, he who strives after a thing, he who aims at a thing, candidate or a claimant of something

cānipa, cānipae ffruitbasket for religious uses

Cannae, Cannārum fvillage in Apulia, north of Canusium, famous for the victory of Hannibal over the Romans

cantēriolus, cantēriolī msmall trellis for supporting plants

cantērius, cantēriī mgelding, ass, mule, a man impotent through age, spar under the roof, rafter, pole furnished with cross-pieces for supporting the vine, trellis, kind of frame for suspending sick horses

canthēriolus, canthēriolī msmall trellis for supporting plants

canthērius, canthēriī mgelding, ass, mule, a man impotent through age, spar under the roof, rafter, pole furnished with cross-pieces for supporting the vine, trellis, kind of frame for suspending sick horses

capābilis, capābilethat can contain or hold much, wide, large, spacious, roomy, capacious, susceptible, capable of, good, able, apt, fit for, entitled to inheritance, comprehensible

capāx fortuītōrumleaving room for chance

capāx, capācisthat can contain or hold much, wide, large, spacious, roomy, capacious, susceptible, capable of, good, able, apt, fit for, entitled to inheritance

capedulum, capedulī nkind of covering for the head

capētum, capētī nfodder for cattle

capicium, capiciī ncovering for the head, vestment of a priest, opening in the tunic through which the head passed

capidulum, capidulī nkind of covering for the head

capillāre, capillāris nan unguent for the hair, pomatum

capere, capiō, cēpī, captumpossess, embrace, entertain, conceive, be subjected to, suffer, experience, contain, be large enough for, swallow up, ingulf, take in, contain, hold, be strong enough for, bear, be capable of, undergo, be susceptible of, be of a nature to, comprehend

capister, capistrī mhalter, muzzle of leather, band for fastening up vines, band for the wine-press

capistrum, capistrī nhalter, muzzle of leather, band for fastening up vines, band for the wine-press

capitātiō, capitātiōnis fpoll-tax, outlay of the state for beasts used in the public service

capite meō dēcernōfight for one's life

capite meō dīmicōfight for one's life

capitium, capitiī ncovering for the head, vestment of a priest, opening in the tunic through which the head passed

Capitōlīnī, Capitōlīnōrum mpersons who had responsibility for the Capitoline Games

capitulum, capitulī nsmall head, capital of a column, capital of a triglyph, cross-beam of warlike engines, covering for the head of females, prominent division of a writing, chapter, section, section of a law, raising of recruits

capitulus, capitulī msmall head, capital of a column, capital of a triglyph, cross-beam of warlike engines, covering for the head of females, prominent division of a writing, chapter, section, section of a law, raising of recruits

capītum, capītī nfodder for cattle

capra, caprae fshe-goat, nickname for a man with bristly hair, star in the constellation Auriga, odor of the armpits

caprīle, caprīlis nenclosure for goats, stall for goats

capsāria, capsāriae fbooth for bathing needs, bathroom girl

capsus, capsī mwagon-body, coach-body, enclosure for animals, pen

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

captīvōrum redendōrum auctor sumadvise the return of the prisoners, advocate for the return of prisoners

captīvōs pecūniā redimōredeem prisoners for money

captīvōs pretiō remittōrelease the prisoners in exchange for a monetary payment

captāre, captō, captāvī, captātumlie in wait for, seek to entrap, seek to entice, seek to allure, practise legacy-hunting, hunt for legacies, take up, begin

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

captō testamentapractise legacy-hunting, hunt for legacies

captōrius, captōria, captōriumserving to catch, suitable for catching

capulāris , capulārepertaining to a bier, destined for a bier

caractēr, caractēris m (Akk. Sgl. caractēra)instrument for branding, instrument for marking, the mark burned, the sign imprinted, characteristic, mark, character, style

carbōnāria, carbōnāriae ffurnace for charcoal, charcoal-Woman, the title of a lost play by Plautus

carēnāria, carēnāriae fvessel for making carenum

cāritās in rēgemloving devotion for the King

cāritās līberōrumlove for the children

cāritās uxōriaspousal love, love for the spouse

cāritāte patriae ductusout of patriotism, out of love for the fatherland

carmen saeculāresong for the Centenary

carmen, carminis n [2]a card, for wool or flax

carnārium, carnāriī nframe furnished with hooks to hang up meats over the hearth for smoking or drying, larder, pantry

caroenāria, caroenāriae fvessel for making carenum

carpentum, carpentī ntwo-wheeled, covered carriage, coach, chariot, wagon or cart for agricultural use, dung-cart

carrum, carrī nkind of two-wheeled wagon for transporting burdens

carrus, carrī mkind of two-wheeled wagon for transporting burdens

cassēs tendō alicuīset a trap for someone, chase someone

castimōnia, castimōniae fpurity of morals, morality, purity, such as is requisite for religious services, chastity, abstinence

castimōnium, castimōniī npurity of morals, morality, purity, such as is requisite for religious services, chastity, abstinence

castrātōrius, castrātōria, castrātōriumfor castration

castrēnsiārius, castrēnsiāria, castrēnsiāriumpurveyor for the camp, sutler

castrīs percommodum fuitfor the camp it was very beneficial

cāsum lūctumque alicuius doleōfeel condolences for someone's misfortune

cāsūs futūrōs multō ante prōspiciōforesee the future for a long time

cataclīsta, cataclīstae fsplendid garment for festal occasions, state dress

catadromus, catadromī mrope for rope-dancers

catagelasimus, catagelasimī mserving for ridicule, banterer, jeerer

catapulta, catapultae flarge engine of war for throwing arrows, lances, stones, the missile itself, launch pad

catasta, catastae fscaffold, stage, on which slaves were exposed for sale, stage for the public burning of criminals, stage for delivering a lecture

cathetēr, cathetēris m (Akk. Sgl. cathetēra)surgical instrument for drawing off the urine, catheter

catīnum, catīnī ndeep vessel for serving up or cooking food, bowl, dish, pot, crucible, censer, air-vessel in a hydraulic instrument, a (natural) hollow in a rock

catīnus, catīnī m (κάτυλος)deep vessel for serving up or cooking food, bowl, dish, pot, crucible, censer, air-vessel in a hydraulic instrument, a (natural) hollow in a rock

catlītiō, catlītiōnis fdesire for the male

Catō est mihi ūnus prō multīs mīlibusCato applies to me for many thousands

catulītiō, catulītiōnis fdesire for the male

catūlōticus, catūlōtica, catūlōticumgood for healing over

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

causā (nach Gen.)on account of, for the sake of

causa bellīcause for war

causa efficiēnsreason for occurrence, cause of action

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 alicuius reī dōgive cause for something

causam paupertātis dēfendōtaking sides with poverty, becoming an advocate for poverty, defending the cause of poverty

causās alicuius reī commemorōdiscuss the reasons for something

causea, causeae fa Macedonian white hat with a broad brim, worn in Rome by the poorer people, as a protection against the sun, kind of roof for the protection of besiegers

causia, causiae fa Macedonian white hat with a broad brim, worn in Rome by the poorer people, as a protection against the sun, kind of roof for the protection of besiegers

causārī, causō, causāvīplead, dispute concerning a subject, discuss it for and against, debate a question, give as a reason for something, make a pretext of, pretend

causāri, causor, causātus sum (= προφασίζομαι)plead, dispute concerning a subject, discuss it for and against, debate a question, give as a reason for something, make a pretext of, pretend

caussāri, caussor, caussātus sumplead, dispute concerning a subject, discuss it for and against, debate a question, give as a reason for something, make a pretext of, pretend

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

cavē, tē frātrum misereatdon't feel sorry for your brothers!

cavea, caveae fexcavated place, hollow, cavity, enclosure for animals, stall, cage, den, coop, beehive, bird-cage, enclosure about a young tree, roof of the mouth, sockets of the eyes, spectators’ seats or benches in the theatre, theatre, spectators

cavēre, caveō, cāvī, cautumbe on one’s guard, take care, take heed, beware, guard against, avoid, take care for, provide, order something, order, decree, dispose of in writing, dispose by will

cavēre, caveō, cāvī, cautumstipulate, make conditions, make one’s self secure, procure bail or surety, take security, give security, guarantee, parry a blow, ward off a blow, protect, have a care for, make safe, take care of

caveō alicuīcare for someone

cavillābundus, cavillābunda, cavillābundumseeking for raillery, seeking for scoffing

cedo aquam manibuswater for the hands!, bring water for the hands!

celeritātī studeōstrive for speed

cella, cellae f (καλιά - Hütte)storeroom, chamber, place for depositing grain or fruits, place for the abode of animals, granary, stall, cells of bees, closet, cabinet, hut, cot, chapel, apartment in a bathing-house, room in a brothel

cellārium, cellāriī nreceptacle for food, pantry, food, provisions

cēnam alicuī apparōprepare a meal for someone

cēnāturīre, cēnāturiōhave an appetite for dinner

cenodoxia, cenodoxiae fvain craving for fame

censeo aliquem morte esse multandumrequest that someone be punished by death, request the death penalty for someone

cēnsūs nostrōs requīrisyou ask for our valuation lists

centēnīs obsōnitōfeasting for a hundred aces

Centrum investīgātiōnis nucleāris Genavēnse (CERN)European Organisation for Nuclear Research (CERN)

centumvir, centumviri mmember of the college of judges chosen annually for civil suits, especially those relating to inheritances

centumvirī, centumvirōrum mcollege of judges chosen annually for civil suits, especially those relating to inheritances

cērārium, cērāriī nwax-money, fee for affixing a seal

cērificāre, cērificō, cērificāvīmake wax, slime over, to prepare a slimy nest for eggs

cērōma, cērōmae fointment for wrestlers, place for wrestling, ring, c, ,

cērōma, cērōmatis n (Abl. Pl. cērōmatīs)ointment for wrestlers, place for wrestling, ring, combat, swelling, tumor

certa amittō, dum incerta petōwhile I strive for what is uncertain, i lose what is certain

certa nota iūdicandīa certain criterion for the judgment

certāmen campestrethe battle for positions of honor fought on the Field of Mars

certāmen dē prīncipātūstruggle for supremacy

certāmen gladiātōrium vītaegladiator fight for life and death

certāmen honōrisfight for honor

certāmina dīvitiārumstruggle for wealth

certum prōmittere nequeōcan not promise it for sure

cērula miniātared pencil (for marking errors)

cērula, cērulae fsmall piece of wax, kind of crayon, candlestick, stand for wax tapers

cessāre, cessō, cessāvī, cessātumhave leisure for something, attend to, apply one’s self to, not to appear before a tribunal, make default, be invalid, be null, be void, depart from a right way, mistake, err

cesticillus, cesticillī ma roll or hoop placed upon the head for the purpose of carrying the vessels at public sacrifices, , small ring or hoop placed upon the head to support a burden

cestrosphendonē, cestrosphendonēs fmililary engine for hurling stones

cēteraas for the rest, otherwise

cētera praesentī sermōnī reservōsave the rest for the oral interview

cētera tibi adsentiorfor the rest i agree with you, otherwise I agree with you

cēterīs rēbusfor the rest, otherwise

ceterōfor the rest, in other respects, otherwise

cēterōquī (cēterōquīn)for the rest, in other respects, otherwise

cēterōquīnfor the rest, in other respects, otherwise

cēterumthat which relates to the rest, for the rest, in other respects, otherwise, in respect to the rest, else, in the opposite event, besides, but, yet, notwithstanding, still, on the other hand

characiās, characiae m (Akk. Sgl. characiān)fit for making poles or stakes, name of a plant, wolf’s-milk

charactēr, charactēris m (Akk. Sgl. charactēra)an instrument for branding or marking, the mark or sign burned or imprinted, a characteristic, mark, character, style

charactērium, charactēriī nan instrument for branding or marking, the mark or sign burned or imprinted, a characteristic, mark, character, style

chartāticum, chartāticī nmoney for paper

chartināticum, chartināticī nmoney for paper

chelydros, chelydrī mfetid serpent, living, for the most part, in water

chelydrus, chelydrī mfetid serpent, living, for the most part, in water

chēnoboscion, chēnobosciī na pen for geese

choenica, choenicae fan Attic measure for grain, containing 2 sextarii

choenix, choenicis fan Attic measure for grain, containing 2 sextarii

chorāgiārius, chorāgiāriī mhe who had the care of the chorus and the supplies necessary for it, the choragus, he who pays the cost of a banquet

chorāgus, chorāgī m (χορηγός)he who had the care of the chorus and the supplies necessary for it, the choragus, he who pays the cost of a banquet

chōrepiscopus, chōrepiscopī mdeputy of a bishop for a village, suffragan bishop

chōrobatēs, chōrobatae man instrument for finding the level of water, ground-level

chūs, choos ma measure for liquids

chūs, chū ma measure for liquids

chytropūs, chytropodis ma pot or chafing-dish with feet for coals, heater

cibāria cocta decem diērummouth supply for ten days

cibārius, cibāria, cibāriumpertaining to food, suitable for food

cibus, cibī mfood (for man and beast), victuals, fare, nutriment, fodder, food, sustenance

cicadās exspectōwait for summer

cicilendrum, cicilendrī nfeigned name for spice

cicimandrum, cicimandrī nfeigned name for spice

Cicirrus, Cicirrī ma nickname, mocking name for a brawler

cicōnia, cicōniae fstork, derisory bending of the fingers in the form of a stork’s bill, an implement in the form of a T, used by rustics to measure the depth of furrows, a transverse pole, moving upon a perpendicular post, for drawing water

cidar n (indecl.)an ornament for the head of Persian kings, diadem, tiara, a head-dress of the high-priest of the Jews

cidara, cidarae fan ornament for the head of Persian kings, diadem, tiara, a head-dress of the high-priest of the Jews

cidaris, cidaris fan ornament for the head of Persian kings, diadem, tiara, a head-dress of the high-priest of the Jews

cinerārium, cinerāriī nreceptacle for the ashes of the dead, ashtray

cingere, cingō, cīnxī, cīnctuminvest, enclose, fortify, surround for defence or in a hostile manner, be set, besiege, escort, accompany, peel off the bark around

cingī, cingor, cīnctus sumbe girded with something, be encircled with something, make one’s self ready for any thing, prepare, getting ready

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

circlus, circli mcircular figure, circle, circular course, orbit, zone or belt of the earth’s surface, ring, necklace, hoop, chain, circle for social intercourse

circulārī, circulorform a circle (of men) about one’s self, gather in a company or circle for conversation, collect people around one’s self

circulus, circulī mcircular figure, circle, circular course, orbit, zone or belt of the earth’s surface, ring, necklace, hoop, chain, circle for social intercourse

circumcīsōrium, circumcīsōriī ninstrument for cutting around

circumitiō, circumitiōnis fgoing round, the rounds, circuit, circuitous mode, circumlocution, indirect manner, place for going round something, way, passage, corridor, circumference, compass

circumspicere, circumspiciō, circumspexī, circumspectumview on all sides, survey, review, descry, get sight of by looking around, view something mentally, ponder upon, weigh, consider, look about for something with desire, seek for

circumvectōrius, circumvectōria, circumvectōriumuseful for cruising

cisiārium, cisiāriī ncar shed for cabriolets, garage

cista, cistae f (κίστη)wooden box, wooden basket, in mystical religious festivals, a box for holding the sacred utensils, box for depositing the votes in assemblies of the people, money-box

cisterna, cisternae fsubterranean reservoir for water, cistern

citāre, citō, citāvī, citātumput into quick motion, move violently, drive rapidly, hurl, shake, rouse, excite, provoke, incite, stimulate, promote, shoot forth, call the parties, call for votes in the senate, mention by name, name, mention, call out, proclaim, announce

cīvēs variīs causīs excitatī reclāmitantcitizens protest agitated for various reasons

cīvibus cōnsulerecare for the fellow citizens

cīvibus prōspicerecare for the fellow citizens

cīvibus prōvidērecare for the fellow citizens

cīvitātem in antīquum iūs repetōdemand the old rights for the city

cīvitātem in lībertātem repetōdemand freedom for the city

cīvitātem petōapply for citizenship

cīvitātēs obsidibus dē pecūniā caventthe tribes provide security by holding hostages for the money

clādem reddōtake revenge for a defeat

clāmōrēs captōsnatch at applause, grab for applause

clārigātiō, clārigātiōnis fsolemn demand for redress, religious solemnity with which the Fetialis declared war upon an enemy, fine or ransom for a transgression of limits

clāvārium, clāvāriī nmoney given to soldiers for the purchase of shoe-nails

clāvum ad lītora torqueōset course for the coast

clepsydra, clepsydrae f (κλεψύδρα)instrument for measuring time by water, water-clock, clepsydra, time measured by the clepsydra

clībanus, clībanī mearthen or iron vessel for baking bread, frying pan, oven, furnace

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

cloācārium, cloācāriī n, duty paid for conducting the private sewers into the public ones or for maintaining and cleansing the sewers,

cochlea, cochleae f (coclea, cocleae f) (κοχλίας)snail, snail-shell, screw of a press, machine for drawing water, a water-snail, waterscrew, door that moves easily

cochlear, cochleāris nspoon, measure for liquids, a spoonful

cochleare, cochleāris nspoon, measure for liquids, a spoonful

cochleārium, cochleāriī nspoon, measure for liquids, a spoonful

coclea, cocleae fsnail, snail-shell, screw of a press, machine for drawing water, a water-snail, waterscrew, door that moves easily

coctīvus, coctīva, coctīvumthat is easily cooked, that ripens early, suitable for cooking, used in cooking

coculum, coculī nvessel for cooking, small wood for cooking

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

cōdicillī, cōdicillōrum mwood cut and split for burning, writing, letter, short writing, note, billet, petition, writing of the emperor conferring some privilege, diploma, cabinet order, brief testamentary order, appendix to a will, codicil

cōdiculus, cōdiculī msmall pad, small book, , wood cut and split for burning, writing, letter, short writing, note, billet, petition, writing of the emperor conferring some privilege, diploma, cabinet order, brief testamentary order, appendix to a will, codicil

coemptiō, coemptiōnis fpretended purchase of an estate which was subjected to a mock sale for the purpose of divesting it of the burden of certain sacrifices attached to it

coemptiō, coemptiōnis fpretended purchase of an estate which was subjected to a mock sale for the purpose of divesting it of the burden of certain sacrifices attached to it

coenāturīre, coenāturiōhave an appetite for dinner

coerātor, coerātōris mhe who cares for, he who takes charge of a thing, manager, overseer, superintendent, keeper

coerāre, coerōcare for, take or have care of, be solicitous for, look to, attend to, trouble one’s self about

coirāre, coirō, coirāvīcare for, take care of, have care of, be solicitous for, look to, attend to, trouble one’s self about

cōleus, cōleī mleather bag, sack for holding liquids, large measure for liquids, holding 20 amphorae, scrotum

cōlicē, cōlicēs fremedy for the colic

cōlīphia, cōlīphiōrum nkind of nourishing food for athletae

collāre, collāris nband for the neck, chain for the neck, collar

collārium, collāriī nband for the neck, chain for the neck, collar

collātiō, collātiōnis fbringing together, collecting, hostile meeting, contribution, gratuity collected together for the emperor, union, combination, comparison, similitude, analogy, collation

collēctī exiliōgathered for flight

collēticus, collētica, collēticumsuitable for gluing together, suitable for sticking together

colliciae, colliciārum fchannels, drains, or gutters for conducting water in the fields, upon the roofs of buildings

colliga, colligae fplace for gathering, collection location, collection point

colliquiae, colliquiārum fchannels, drains, or gutters for conducting water in the fields, upon the roofs of buildings

colere, colō, coluī, cultumcultivate, till, tend, take care of a field, work in a garden, abide, dwell, stay in a place, inhabit, bestow upon a thing, care upon a thing, care for, frequent, cherish, protect, be the guardian of

colōnia, colōniae fpossession in land, landed estate, farm, abode, dwelling, colony, colonial town, settlement, the persons sent for the establishment of such a town, a colony, colonists, planters, colony of bees

cōlum, cōlī nvessel for straining, strainer, colander, bow-net, net of wicker-work for catching fish, wear

columbārium, columbāriī ndove-cot, pigeon-house, gain or mortise in which rafters or joists lie, hole near the axle of a water-wheel, opening in the side of a vessel for the oars to pass through, rowlock

columnārium, columnāriī npillar-tax, tribute for the pillars of a house

cōmisābundus, cōmisābunda, cōmisābundumholding a riotous procession, revelling, banqueting, carousing, decorated for a procession

cōmissābundus, cōmissābunda, cōmissābundumholding a riotous procession, revelling, banqueting, carousing, decorated for a procession

cōmitās mihi ad ēnarrandum estI am in the mood for storytelling

comitia amicōrumthe election committees of the Friends (where the Friends stood for election)

comitia fīunt rēgī creandōan assembly is held for the election of the king

comitia magistrātibus creandīsmeetings for the election of officials

comitia, comitiōrum nassembly of the Romans for electing magistrates, the comitia, elections

comitiīs convenīmuswe come together for the election assembly, we convene for the electoral assembly

comitium, comitiī n place for the assembling of the Romans voting by the curiœ situated near the Forum, any place of assembly

commeātum petōrequest leave, apply for leave

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

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

commentāria, commentāriōrum nrecords for remembrance, memorabilia, memoirs, notebooks

commentāriī, commentāriōrum mrecords for remembrance, memorabilia, memoirs, notebooks

commentātiō mortispreparation for death

commissārius ā commerciōcommissioner for trade, trade commissioner

commissārius ab oeconomiā et monētīscommissioner for economic and monetary affairs, economic and monetary affairs commissioner

commissārius commerciō cōnsulēnscommissioner for trade, trade commissioner

commissārius oeconomiae et monētīs cōnsulēnscommissioner for economic and monetary affairs, economic and monetary affairs commissioner

committere, committō, commīsī, commissumbring together for comparison, compare, put together, match, arrange a battle or contest, enter upon, engage in, begin, join, commence, maintain a contest, fight a battle, hold games, celebrate games

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

commodum alicuius exspectō wait until it is convenient for someone

commodum, commodī nconvenient opportunity, favorable condition, convenience, advantage, profit, reward, pay, stipend, salary, wages for public service, favor, privilege, immunity, useful thing, a good, that which is lent, a loan

commonitōrium, commonitōriī nwriting for reminding, letter of instructions, a means of reminding

commonitōrius, commonitōria, commonitōriumsuitable for reminding

commūnī nōminefor joint account

comparātiō crīminisobtaining evidence for an indictment, obtaining the evidence for a prosecution, procuring of all the materials for an accusation

comparātiō novī bellīprepare for a new war

comparātiō, comparātiōnis fpreparing, providing for, preparation, procuring, gaining, acquiring, purchasing, purchase

compendiī meī causā faciō, quae nōn liceatI do unlawful things for my own benefit, I do illicit things for my own benefit,

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

compēnsātīvus, compēnsātīva, compēnsātīvumserving for compensating

compertum habeōknow for sure

compēs, compedis ffetter for the feet, shackle for the feet, fetlers, bonds, bands, chains

complectī, complector, complexus sumembrace from love, love, value, honor, be addicted to, care for, include, take into possession, seize, lay hold of, make one’s self master of

complētīvus, complētīva, complētīvumserving for filling up, completive

complexīvus, complexīva, complexīvumserving for connecting, conneclive, copulative

compluvium, compluviī nquadranguiar open space in the middle of a Roman house, which collected the rain-water flowing from the roofs and conducted it to a basin, quadrangular support for vines

compōnere, compōnō, composuī, compositumbring into union, gather, collect, put together, bring into contact, fit together, pack up for a journey

compositiō, compositiōnis fputting together, compounding, connecting, arranging, composition, adjustment, connection, coherence, system, drawing up in writing, arrangement, disposition, laying together for preservation, laying up

compositīvus, compositīva, compositīvumsuitable for uniting, compositive

compositus, composita, compositumwell-arranged, ordered, well-constituted, orderly, regular, fitly disposed for any purpose, prepared, apt, fit, adapted, qualified, suitable, ready, quiet, peaceful, undisturbed, calm, composed, unimpassioned, sedate

comprecārī, comprecor, comprecātus sumpray to, supplicate, implore, pray, supplicate, imprecate, wish for

comptus, comptūs mornament for the hair or head, head-dress

cōnāmentum, cōnāmentī ninstrument for uprooting a plant

conca, concae fa bivalve shell-fish, mussel, pearl-oyster, pearl, purple-fish, mussel-shell, snail-shell, Triton’s trumpet, in form like a snail-shell, object in the form of a mussel-shell, vessel for holding oil, unguents, salt, the female pudenda

concalfactōrius, concalfactōria, concalfactōriumsuitable for warming, warming

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

concha, conchae f (κόγχη)a bivalve shell-fish, mussel, pearl-oyster, pearl, purple-fish, mussel-shell, snail-shell, Triton’s trumpet, in form like a snail-shell, object in the form of a mussel-shell, vessel for holding oil, unguents, salt, the female pudenda

conciliābolum, conciliābolī nplace of assembly, public place, marketplace, exchange, place for court, brothel

conciliābulum, conciliābulī n (conciliābolum)place of assembly, public place, marketplace, exchange, place for court, brothel

conciliātiō, conciliātiōnis fconnection, union, an uniting in feeling, a conciliating, making friendly, a gaining over, the gaining over of hearers, the winning of hearers, the gaining over of a judge, inclination for, desire for, longing for, an acquiring, procuring

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 FoederāleFederal Assembly (for the election of the Federal President in Germany)

concilium, conciliī ncollection of people, association, gathering, union, meeting, assembly, assembly for consultation, council, a close conjunction, union, connection, bond of union, tie, sexual union, coition, blossom of the plant

concinnus, concinna, concinnumfitly, skilfully put together, skilfully joined, well adjusted, beautiful, beautiful, elegant, polished, neat, striking, suited to, fit for, appropriate for, suiting one’s self to, courteous, pleasing, pleasing, agreeable

conciō, conciōnis fmeeting, assembly that is called together by a magistrate or priest, discourse, oration before a public assembly, place for speaking, tribune, rostrum

conciōnālis, conciōnālebelonging to an assembly of the people, suitable for an assembly of the people

concīsōrius, concīsōria, concīsōriumsuitable for cutting

conclāve, conclāvis nroom, chamber, dining hall, cage for animals, stall, coop

conclāvium, conclāviī nroom, chamber, dining hall, cage for animals, stall, coop

concumbere, concumbō, concubuī, concubitumlie together, lie in numbers, lie with (for sexual intercourse)

concupere, concupiōbe very desirous, to long much for

concupīscibilis, concupīscibileworthy to be longed for, very desirable

concupīscis, quae nōn capisyou desire what is too big for you

concupīscere, concupīscō, concupīvī (concupiī), concupītumto long much for a thing, be very desirous of, covet, aspire to, strive after

concupītor, concupītōris mone who longs eagerly for or covets something

concūrāre, concūrōcare for suitably, attend to

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

condalium, condaliī na little ring for slaves, title of a comedy not now extant

condemnō aliquem dē pecūniīs repetundīscondemn someone for extortion

condemnō aliquem dē venēficiīscondemn someone for poisoning

condemnō aliquem inter sīcāriōscondemn someone for assassination

condītāneus, condītānea, condītāneumsuitable for pickling, suitable for preserving, pickled

conditīvus, conditīva, conditīvumsuitable for laying up or preserving, laid up, preserved

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

conditōrius, conditōria, conditōriumsuitable for storage, intended for storage

condere, condō, condidī, conditumfuifil, accomplish, put away, to lay, place somewhere for preservation, lay up, store up, treasure up, preserve, pickle, to set, to inter, bury

condūcere, condūcō, condūxī, conductumdraw together, bring together, lead together, assemble, collect, connect, unite, coagulate, curdle, close up, hire, take on lease, to farm, hire for one’s use, rent, employ, borrow, bribe, undertake any service, contract for, profit, serve

conea, coneae fstork, derisory bending of the fingers in the form of a stork’s bill, an implement in the form of a T, used by rustics to measure the depth of furrows, a transverse pole, moving upon a perpendicular post, for drawing water

cōnferre, cōnferō, contulī, collātumbring together in a hostile manner, join together in a hostile manner, set together, bring together for comparison, compare, join in bringing forward, propose unitedly

cōnfessiō, cōnfessiōnis fa confession, acknowledgment, a creed, avowal of belief, acknowledgment of Christ, acknowledgment of Christ under torture, torture, suffering for religion’s sake

cōnfirmātīvus, cōnfirmātīva, cōnfirmātīvumserving for confirmation, confirmative

cōnfiscāre, cōnfiscō, cōnfiscāvī, cōnfiscātumlay up in a chest, seize upon for the public treasury, confiscate

cōnfricāmentum, cōnfricāmentī nsomething for rubbing

cōnfugere, cōnfugiō, cōnfūgīflee to for refuge, flee to for succor, take refuge in or with, take refuge in, have recourse to

congius, congiī m (κόγκη - Muschel)Roman measure for liquids, containing the eighth part of an amphora

congrātulātiō victōriaecongratulations for the victory

Congregātiō FoederālisFederal Assembly (for the election of the German Federal President)

congregātīvus, congregātīva, congregātīvumsuitable for uniting or congregating, copulative

conquaerere, conquaerō, conquaesīvī, conquaesītumseec for, search for, procure, bring together, collect, seek after, go in quest of, make search for, seek for with earnestness, search out eagerly, search out carefully

conquīrere, conquīrō, conquīsīvī, conquīsītumseec for, search for, procure, bring together, collect, seek after, go in quest of, make search for, seek for with earnestness, search out eagerly, search out carefully

conquīsītiō, conquīsītiōnis fa seeking, search for, a bringing together, procuring, collecting, a levying, levy

cōnserere, cōnserō, cōnseruī, cōnsertumconnect, entwine, tie, join, fit, bind into a whole, unite together, unite in hostility, unite for contest, bring together, engage in close combat, join hand to hand, join battle, make a joint seizure

cōnsīderandī spatium nōn daturthere is no room for reflection

cōnsīdere, cōnsīdō, cōnsēdī (cōnsīdī), cōnsessumsit down, take a seat, be seated, settle, take one’s place, take a seat, sit, hold sessions, be in session, encamp, pitch a camp, take post somewhere, settle down for a long time, take up one’s abode

cōnsīgnāre, cōnsīgnō, cōnsīgnāvī, cōnsīgnātumfurnish with a seal, affix, put one’s seal to, seal, sign, subscribe, attest, certify, establish, vouch for, note, write down, to register, record

cōnsiliārius, cōnsiliāria, cōnsiliāriumsuitable for counsel, counselling

cōnsilium expetessō ab aliquōask someone for advice

cōnsilium pācis in Syriā compōnendaepeace plan for Syria

cōnsilium petō ab aliquōseek advice from somebody, ask for advice from someone

cōnsistere, cōnsistō, cōnstitīto place one’s self anywhere, stand still, stand, halt, stop, make a stop, set, become hard, become solid, take one’s place, take position, assume a place, assume a attitude for an action, make a halt

cōnsitīvus, cōnsitīva, cōnsitīvumsuitable for planting

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

cōnstitūtīvus, cōnstitūtīva, cōnstitūtīvumsuitable for determination, constitutive

cōnsul sextum creātuselected consul for the sixth time

cuī est aetās mīlitārisfit for war, fit for weapons, fit for military service

cuī rēs praestanda estwho has to stand up for it, who is responsible for it, who takes the rap for it, the sufferer, who has to pay for it, who has to bleed for it, who has to spoon out the soup, who has to pay the bill

dē ārīs et focīs dīmicōfight for house and home

dē ārīs et focīs pūgnōfight for house and home

dolō capiorfall for the bait, get duped

facitergium, facitergiī ncloth for wiping off perspiration, handkerchief

fātuus, fātuī manother name for the prophesying Faunus

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

hara, harae fpen for animals, coop for animals

homō absurdusa man who is fit or good for nothing

iam diū hoc saxum versōfor a long time I've been rolling this stone, for a long time I've been picking at this block, with this person I struggle in vain

imber ūxōriustears for the wife, tears about the death of the wife

in annumfor a year, in the next year, the next year

in eō victōria vertiturthat is decisive for the victory, the victory is based on that

in vicem (mit Gen.)instead of, for, in place of

inclīnātiō animī ad lībertāteminclination for freedom

iūstitium, iūstitiī ncessation from business in the courts of justice, legal vacation, cessation of public business, public mourning, suspension of business for mourning

lacūnam expleōcompensate for the deficit

legiōnēs adiūtrīcēslegions raised by the proconsul in the provinces for the purpose of strengthening the veteran army

lēx viārialaw for the repair of roads, law for keeping the roads in repair

lībertātis dēsīderiumdesire for freedom

Librī PontificālēsInstructions of the Pontifices for the performance of the sacred rites

lucrō aliquid appōnōcalculate for a profit, consider as a profit

lūmina suprēma versōdo his last look, open his eyes for the last time

medicāmentum traumaticumremedy for a wound

meum caput offerō vīlitātīoffer his skin for sale at a low price

mūnera viscātagifts for which one expects a good return

noegēum, noegeī ncloth for wiping off perspiration, handkerchief

nōn est cantandumthere is no occasion for singing, there is no occasion for imagination, fiction

nunc dēmum agōn estnow we must act, now is the time for action

ōrārium, ōrāriī ncloth for wiping off perspiration, handkerchief, face towel

pānicula, pāniculae ftuft, panicle on plants, tuft of thatch, tuft of reeds used for thatching

pecus ad vescendum aptaan animal suitable for consumption

pūgna prō lībertāte tuendā susceptafight for freedom, fight to protect freedom

quaerō in scirpō nōdumsearch for a truism

quī arma ferre potestfit for war, fit for weapons, fit for military service

saeptum vēnātiōnisgame enclosure, wildlife enclosure, preserve for game, corer for game, hunting-park

scalptōrium, scalptōriī nan instrument for scratching one's self

scānsōrius, scānsōria, scānsōriumfor climbing

schola, scholae fa place for learned conversation, a place for learned instruction, a place of learning, a school

scorpiō, ōnis m. (scorpius, scorpiī m) (σκορπίων, σκορπίος)military engine for throwing darts, stones, and other missiles, scorpion

scrīnium, scrīniī ncase, chest, box for keeping books, box for keeping papers, box for keeping letters, book box, letter case, escritoir

scrīptōrium, scrīptōriī nmetallic style for writing on wax tablets

secābilitās, secābilitātis fcapacity for being cut or divided

sēclūsōrium, sēclūsōriī nplace for shutting up fowls, coop, birdcage

secundōfor the second time

sellāriolus, sellāriola, sellāriolumfor sitting

sellifer, sellifera, selliferumfor sitting

semelonce, a single time, no more than once, but once, but a single time, once for all, in a word, briefly, the first time, first

sēmen, sēminis nseed, shoot used for propagating, graft, scion, set, slip, cutting, stock, race, posterity, progeny, offspring, child, origin, occasion, ground, cause

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

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

sēmisphērium, sēmisphēriī nsemicircular bridge for strings

sēnī dēnī, sēnae dēnae, sēna dēnasix each, for sex, six

sēnsuālitās, sēnsuālitātis fcapacity for sensation, sensibility

sentīnāculum, sentīnāculī ninstrument for bailing out the bilgewater of a ship, a scoop

septimōfor the seventh time, seven times

septimumfor the seventh time

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

sequestrōfor safekeeping

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

sera, serae fbar for fastening doors

serperastra, serperastrōrum nknee splints, knee bandages for straightening the crooked legs of children

serrātula, serrātulae fthe Italian name for betony

servīre, serviō, servīvī (serviī), servītumbe a servant, be a slave, serve, be in service, help, assist, be serviceable to, be useful for

servāre, servō, servāvī, servātumsave, deliver, keep unharmed, preserve, protect, lay up, preserve, reserve for the future, give heed to, pay attention to, watch, observe, guard, remain in a place, dwell in, inhabit

sessilis, sessilebe longing to sitting, fit for sitting upon, low, dwarf

sessiuncula, sessiunculae fa little group assembled for amusement, meeting for amusement, company assembled for amusement

sextumfor the sixth time

siccāria canistrastands for wine cups

siccārius, siccāria, siccāriumfor drying , for keeping dry

sīcutso as, just as, as, inasmuch as, since, as for instance

silentiārius, silentiāriī ma confidential domestic servant watching for the domestic silence

simpuvium, simpuviī nsacrificial bowl, vessel for offering liquids

simultās, simultātis fhostile encounter of two parties, dissension, enmity, rivalry, jealousy, grudge, hatred, animosity, contest for a prize

sītarchia, sītarchiae fProvisions for a journey, receptacle for provisions, scrip

sītarcia, sītarciae fProvisions for a journey, receptacle for provisions, scrip

sitiēns, sitientisthirsting, thirsty, athirst, dry, parched, arid, without moisture, cloudless, bright, parching, thirsting for, desiring eagerly, greedy

sitīre, sitiō, sitīvī (sitiī), sitītumthirst, be thirsty, long for, thirst for, desire eagerly, covet

situla, situlae fbucket for drawing water, urn used in drawing lots

situlus, situlī mbucket for drawing water, urn used in drawing lots

sociālitersocially, for the sake of company

societās fiscālem tēlecommunicātiōnem inter argentārias mundī moderans (SWIFT)Society for Worldwide Interbank Financel Telecommunication (SWIFT)

sodālicium, sodāliciī nfellowship, friendly intercourse, friendly intimacy, brotherhood, companionship, association, company, society, college, company assembled for feasting, banquetingclub, unlawful secret society

sodālitās, sodālitātis ffellowship, companionship, brotherhood, friendship, intimacy, society, association, company assembled for feasting, banqueting-club, unlawful secret society

sodālitium, sodālitiī nfellowship, friendly intercourse, friendly intimacy, brotherhood, companionship, association, company, society, college, company assembled for feasting, banquetingclub, unlawful secret society

soliar, soliāris ncovering for the feet

solium, soliī nseat, chair of state, throne, rule, sway, dominion, tub for bathing, stone coffin

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

spē pācis aliquem attineōstall someone with hopes for peace

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

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

speculārī, speculor, speculātus sumspy out, watch, observe, examine, explore, watch for, look around

spērābilis, spērābilethat may be hoped for

spērāre, spērō, spērāvī, spērātumhope, look for, trust, expect, promise one’s self, flatter one’s self

sphaeristērium, sphaeristēriī nplace for playing ball, ball-court, tennis-court, game at ball

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

spīca tēstāceakind of brick for pavements

spīculum, spīculī nlittle sharp point, little sting, dart, arrow, later name for the pilum, ray, beam

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

spīrāmen, spīrāminis nbreathing-hole, passage for the breath, air-hole, thrill, vent, breathing, blowing

stadium, stadiī nstade, stadium, distance of 125 paces, racecourse for foot-racing, contest

statīva castrastationary camp, a camp where an army halts for a long while

stimulus, stimulī m (cf. στίζω)goad for driving, sting, torment, pang, spur, incentive, incitement, stimulus, pointed stake

stīpendiārius, stīpendiāria, stīpendiāriumbelonging to tribute, liable to impost, liable to contribution, tributary, receiving pay, serving for pay, stipendiary

stīpendiāri, stīpendior, stīpendiātus sumreceive pay, serve for pay

stomaticē, stomaticēs fa medicine for diseases of the mouth

strāgula, strāgulae fpall, covering for a corpse, horse-cloth

strāgulum, strāgulī nspread, covering, rug, carpet, mattresscovering for a corpse, horse-cloth, bed-covering, bedspread, covering for a corpse, horse-cloth, blanket, housing

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

strātiō, strātiōnis flaying of cloths and coverings, the preparation of a room for a feast

strātōrius, strātōria, strātōriumused for covering

strigilis, strigilis fscraper, strigil, surgical instrument of a similar shape, for dropping a liquid into the ear, flute of a column

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

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

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

studium vērī reperiendīstriving for truth

subicere, subiciō, subiēcī, subiectumthrow under, lay under, place under, bring under, bring near, hand to, supply, substitute false for true, forge, counterfeit, submit, subject

subiūnctōrium, subiūnctōriī ncarriage drawn by animals, beast used for draught

sublegere, sublegō, sublēgī, sublēctumgather from below, gather for underneath, search for underneath, to gather up, catch up secretly, catch up by stealth, kidnap, overhear, choose in the place of another, elect in the place of another, substitute

sublica, sublicae fstake driven into the ground, pile driven into the ground, palisade, pile for a bridge

subminia, subminiae fkind of garment for women

submittere, submittō, submīsī, submissumput in the place of, substitute for, supersede, cherish, court, let down, lower, sink, drop, lower, let down, make lower, reduce, moderate, send secretly, despatch secretly, provide secretly, send off, despatch, supply

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

subsidiārius, subsidiāria, subsidiāriumbelonging to a reserve, reserve-, subsidiary, serving for support

subsīdere, subsīdō, subsēdī (subsīdī), subsessumcrouch down on the watch, to lie in wait, lie in ambush, yield, submit to the male, subside, decrease, abate, lie in wait for, waylay, watch

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

subvas, subvadis mwho gives surety for the bail

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

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

sūdārium, sūdāriī ncloth for wiping off perspiration, handkerchief

sūdātōrius, sūdātōria, sūdātōriumbelonging to sweating, serving for sweating, sudatory

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

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

sufficere, sufficiō, suffēcī, suffectumcause to take the place of, supply instead of, furnish as a substitute, be sufficient, suffice, avail for, meet the need of, satisfy

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

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

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

suffrāgāre, suffrāgō, suffrāgāvifavor, support, vote for, agree with, proceed favorably,

suffūsōrium, suffūsōriī nvessel for pouring, pitcher

suggestum, suggestī nraised place, height, mound, platform, stage, tribune for a speaker

suggestus, suggestūs mraised place, height, mound, platform, stage, tribune for a speaker

esse, sum, fuībe, exist, live, happen, occur, befall, take place, be present, be at a place, depend upon, rest with, be of, belong to, be of use for, serve for

submittō (summittō), submīsī, submissum, submittereset under, put under, place under, place below, send forth below, put forth below, put from below, cause to spring forth, send up, produce, raise, bring up, rear, raise, let grow, not kill, not cut off, put in the place of, substitute for

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

sūmere, sūmō, sūmpsī, sūmptumtake, take up, lay hold of, assume, choose, select, claim, arrogate, appropriate to one’s self, get, acquire, receive, use, apply, employ, spend, consume, take for certain, take for granted, assume, maintain, suppose, affirm, take a beginning, bring forward, cite, mention

sūmptiō, sūmptiōnis ftaking, premise taken for granted, assumption

sūmptum, sūmptī npremise taken for granted, assumption

suppeditāre, suppeditō, suppeditāvi, suppeditātumbe fully supplied, be in abundance, be at hand, be in store, have in abundance, abound, be rich in, be enough, be sufficient, suffice, be fit for, be equal to, be a match for,

suppetere, suppetō, suppetīvī (suppetiī), suppetītumbe at hand, be in store, be present, be equal to, be sufficient for, suffice, agree with, correspond to, ask in place of another, to personate another in asking

suppliciter ōrō vītamplead for one's life

suprēmōfor the last time in life

suprēmumfor the last time in life

suprēmumfor the last time

sūrcellus, sūrcellī myoung twig, young branch, shoot, sprout, sprig, scion, graft, sucker, slip, set of a plant for growth, small tree

sūrcillus, sūrcillī myoung twig, young branch, shoot, sprout, sprig, scion, graft, sucker, slip, set of a plant for growth, small tree

sūrclus, sūrclī myoung twig, young branch, shoot, sprout, sprig, scion, graft, sucker, slip, set of a plant for growth, small tree

sūrculum, sūrculī nyoung twig, young branch, shoot, sprout, sprig, scion, graft, sucker, slip, set of a plant for growth, small tree

sūrculus, sūrculī myoung twig, young branch, shoot, sprout, sprig, scion, graft, sucker, slip, set of a plant for growth, small tree

suspīrāre, suspīrō, suspīrāvī, suspīrātumdraw a deep breath, heave a sigh, sigh, sighing after, longing for, may exhale, evaporate, breathe out, exhale, sigh for, long for, sigh out, exclaim with a sigh

sympasma, sympasmatis npowder for sprinkling over the body

synecticus, synectica, synecticumfit for maintaining, efficient

sȳringa, sȳringae fkind of reed, cane good for pipes

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

sȳringotomium, sȳringotomiī nsurgical instrument for cutting fistulas

tabacum commendōpromote tobacco, advertise for tobacco

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