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[C, ABB.] : N gaius, roman praenomen; abbreviated c.; abbreviation for centum, 100;

[CABALLA, CABALLAE] : N mare;

[CABALLARIUS, CABALLARII] : N horseman, rider; hostler;

[CABALLATIO, CABALLATIONIS] : N fodder/feed for a horse;

[CABALLINUS, CABALLINA, CABALLINUM] : ADJ of a horse, horse-;

[CABALLIO, CABALLIONIS] : N small horse, pony; (perhaps hippocampi);

[CABALLION, CABALLII] : N plant also called cynoglossa, hartsongue, spleenwort;

[CABALLUS, CABALLI] : N horse, riding horse, packhorse; (classical usu. an inferior horse, nag);

[CABUS, CABI] : N grain measure (hebrew);

[CACABACEUS, CACABACEA, CACABACEUM] : ADJ of/pertaining to a cooking/kitchen pot;

[CACABATUS, CACABATA, CACABATUM] : ADJ black/sooty like a cooking/kitchen pot; (opposite of immaculata);

[CACABO, CACABARE, CACABAVI, CACABATUS] : V cackle; natural cry of the partridge;

[CACABULUS, CACABULI] : N bell; small cooking pot (l+s), vessel;

[CACABUS, CACABI] : N cooking/kitchen pot;

[CACALIA, CACALIAE] : N plant (mercurialis tomentosa); also called leontice (l+s), colt's foot;

[CACATURIO, CACATURIRE, CACATURIVI, CACATURITUS] : V have the urge to defecate; (rude);

[CACATUS, CACATUS] : N voiding of excrement, defecation; (rude);

[CACCABACEUS, CACCABACEA, CACCABACEUM] : ADJ of/pertaining to a cooking/kitchen pot;

[CACCABATUS, CACCABATA, CACCABATUM] : ADJ black/sooty like a cooking/kitchen pot; (opposite of immaculata);

[CACCABULUS, CACCABULI] : N bell; small cooking pot (l+s), vessel;

[CACCABUS, CACCABI] : N cooking/kitchen pot;

[CACCITUS, CACCITUS] : N (used in reference to a beautiful boy); (rude?);

[CACEMPHATON, CACEMPHATI] : N illsounding, a low or improper expression;

[CACHECTA, CACHECTAE] : N sickly/ailing person; consumptive;

[CACHECTICUS, CACHECTICA, CACHECTICUM] : ADJ sickly/ailing; consumptive;

[CACHEXIA, CACHEXIAE] : N consumption, wasting;

[CACHINNABILIS, CACHINNABILIS, CACHINNABILE] : ADJ of immoderate/excessive laughter; boisterous; capable of laughing; laughing;

[CACHINNATIO, CACHINNATIONIS] : N immoderate/excessive or boisterous laughter, guffawing; jeering;

[CACHINNO, CACHINNARE, CACHINNAVI, CACHINNATUS] : V laugh aloud or boisterously, guffaw; laugh loudly at;

[CACHINNO, CACHINNONIS] : N loud laughter; guffawing; jeering; one who laughs (violently) (l+s), derider;

[CACHINNOSUS, CACHINNOSA, CACHINNOSUM] : ADJ given to loud/immoderate/excessive or boisterous laughter;

[CACHINNUS, CACHINNI] : N loud/excessive/boisterous/derisive laugh, guffaw; jeer; (applied to waves);

[CACHLA, CACHLAE] : N plant (also called buphthalmos), oxeye;

[CACO, CACARE, CACAVI, CACATUS] : V defecate; defecate upon; defile with excrement; (rude);

[CACOETHES, CACAETHIS] : N malignant/obstinate tumor/disease; flaw/disease of character, passion;

[CACOMETER, CACOMETRA, CACOMETRUM] : ADJ unmetrical, faulty in meter;

[CACOMETRUS, CACOMETRA, CACOMETRUM] : ADJ unmetrical, faulty in meter;

[CACOPHATON, CACOPHATI] : N union of ugly/disagreeable sounds forming equivocal word/expression; cacophony;

[CACOPHONIA, CACOPHONIAE] : N ugly/disagreeable sound formed by meeting of syllables/words; cacophony;

[CACOSYNTHETON, CACOSYNTHETI] : N ugly-sounding group of letters/words; incorrect connection of words (l+s);

[CACOZELIA, CACOZELIAE] : N bad taste; affection of style; bad/faulty/awkward imitation (l+s);

[CACOZELON] : ADJ stylistically affected; in bad taste;

[CACOZELOS, CACOZELOS] : ADJ stylistically affected; in bad taste;

[CACOZELOS] : ADV with stylistically affection; in bad taste;

[CACOZELUS, CACOZELA, CACOZELUM] : ADJ stylistically affected; bad imitator/imitation of; in bad taste;

[CACTOS, CACTI] : N cardoon (cynara cardunculus), spanish artichoke; (prickly plant w/edible stalk);

[CACTUS, CACTI] : N cardoon (cynara cardunculus), spanish artichoke; anything thorny/unpleasant;

[CACULA, CACULAE] : N soldier's servant/slave, batman, orderly; servant;

[CACULATUM, CACULATI] : N servitude; (esp. of a soldier's servant);

[CACULATUS, CACULATUS] : N servitude; (esp. of a soldier's servant);

[CACUMEN, CACUMINIS] : N top, peak, summit; shoot, blade of grass, tip of tree/branch; zenith; limit;

[CACUMEN] : apex, peak.

[CACUMINO, CACUMINARE, CACUMINAVI, CACUMINATUS] : V make pointed or tapered; sharpen;

[CACUS, CACI] : N cacus, giant son of vulcan; (lived on mt aventius); servant (l+s);

[CADAVER, CADAVERIS] : N corpse, cadaver, dead body; ruined city;

[CADAVER] : corpse.

[CADAVERINA, CADAVERINAE] : N carrion, flesh of a carcass;

[CADAVERINUS, CADAVERINA, CADAVERINUM] : ADJ of/pertaining to carrion, carrion-;

[CADAVEROSUS, CADAVEROSA, CADAVEROSUM] : ADJ like that of a corpse/dead body; cadaverous; ghastly;

[CADIALIS, CADIALIS, CADIALE] : ADJ of/pertaining to a jar;

[CADIUM, CADI(I)] : N small jar;

[CADIVUS, CADIVA, CADIVUM] : ADJ fallen (fruit), windfall; having the falling sickness/epilepsy (l+s), epileptic;

[CADMEA, CADMEAE] : N zinc oxide, calamine; dross/slag formed in a furnace (l+s); citadel of thebes;

[CADMIA, CADMIAE] : N zinc oxide, calamine; dross/slag formed in a furnace (l+s);

[CADMITIS, CADMITIDIS] : N a precious stone;

[CADO, CADERE, CECIDI, CASUSUS] : V fall, sink, drop, plummet, topple; be slain, die; end, cease, abate; decay;

[CADO] : to fall, drop, plummet, topple.

[CADUCARIUS, CADUCARIA, CADUCARIUM] : ADJ relating to property without a master; epileptic;

[CADUCEATOR, CADUCEATORIS] : N herald bearing a staff (caduceus) sent by non-roman generals; priest's servant;

[CADUCEATUS, CADUCEATA, CADUCEATUM] : ADJ having/bearing the heralds wand/staff (caduceus);

[CADUCEUM, CADUCEI] : N herald's staff carried as token of peace/truce; wand of mercury;

[CADUCEUS, CADUCEI] : N herald's staff carried as token of peace/truce; wand of mercury;

[CADUCIFER, CADUCIFERA, CADUCIFERUM] : ADJ staff-bearer, i.e. mercury;

[CADUCITER] : ADV precipitately, headlong;

[CADUCUM, CADUCI] : N property without/that cannot be taken by an heir; unowned/escheated estate;

[CADUCUS, CADUCA, CADUCUM] : ADJ ready to fall; tottering/unsteady; falling, fallen; doomed; perishable; futile;

[CADUCUS, CADUCA, CADUCUM] : ADJ escheatable, (property) that is/can not be taken by heir/legatee (goes to state)

[CADURCUM, CADURCI] : N coverlet (of cadurcian/french linen); the marriage bed;

[CADUS, CADI] : N jar, large jar for wine/oil/liquids; urn, funeral urn; money jar (l+s);

[CADYTAS, CADYTAE] : N parasitic plant (syrian) (cassyta filiformis), dodder;

[CAECATOR, CAECATORIS] : N one who obstructs/stops a fountain; (one who makes blind);

[CAECIAS, CAECIAE] : N east-north-east wind;

[CAECIGENUS, CAECIGENA, CAECIGENUM] : ADJ born blind;

[CAECILIA, CAECILIAE] : N blind-worm; kind of lizard/lettuce (l+s);

[CAECILIANA] : a specific type of lettuce Pliny, Historia Naturalis, Liber xxviii

[CAECITAS, CAECITATIS] : N blindness; mental/moral blindness, lack of discernment;

[CAECITUDO, CAECITUDINIS] : N blindness; (caecitudo nocturna => night blindness);

[CAECO, CAECARE, CAECAVI, CAECATUS] : V blind; obscure, confuse, hide; morally blind; (astu ~ => throw dust, deceive);

[CAECULTO, CAECULTARE, CAECULTAVI, CAECULTATUS] : V be dim-sighted, see badly, be almost blind; be like one blind/unseeing;

[CAECUS, CAECA -UM, CAECIOR -OR -US, CAECISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ blind; unseeing; dark, gloomy, hidden, secret; aimless, confused, random; rash;

[CAECUS] : blind, sightless.

[CAECUTIENTIA, CAECUTIENTIAE] : N blindness; (erasmus);

[CAECUTIO, CAECUTIRE,] : V be blind, see poorly/faultily;

[CAECUTTIO, CAECUTTIRE,] : V be blind, see poorly/faultily;

[CAEDES, CAEDIS] : N murder, slaughter; assassination; feuding; persons slain, victims; blood, gore;

[CAEDES] : carnage.

[CAEDIS, CAEDIS] : N murder, slaughter; assassination; feuding; persons slain, victims; blood, gore;

[CAEDO, CAEDERE, CAECIDI, CAESUS] : V chop, hew, cut out/down/to pieces; strike, smite, murder; slaughter; sodomize;

[CAEDO, CAEDERE, CECIDI, CAESUS] : V chop, hew, cut out/down/to pieces; strike, smite, murder; slaughter; sodomize;

[CAEDO] : to fall, kill

[CAEDUUS, CAEDUA, CAEDUUM] : ADJ ready/suitable for felling (tree);

[CAEL, UNDECLINED] : N heaven, sky; universe, world; space; air, weather; jehovah; (shortened form);

[CAELA, CAELAE] : N kind of beer (made in spain);

[CAELAMEN, CAELAMINIS] : N bas-relief, low relief carving; raised ornamentation;

[CAELATOR, CAELATORIS] : N engraver, carver, worker in bas-relief;

[CAELATUM, CAELATI] : N embossed/engraved work (esp. in gold/silver);

[CAELATURA, CAELATURAE] : N engraving/carving (art/process); engraved work, engraving/carving (product);

[CAELEBS, (GEN.), CAELIBIS] : ADJ unmarried (usu. men), single, widowed, divorced; celibate; not supporting vines;

[CAELEBS, CAELIBIS] : N unmarried man, bachelor, widower; celibate (eccl.);

[CAELEBS] : celibate.

[CAELEPS, (GEN.), CAELIBIS] : ADJ unmarried (usu. men), single, widowed, divorced; not supporting vines (trees);

[CAELEPS, CAELIBIS] : N unmarried man, bachelor, widower;

[CAELES, (GEN.), CAELITIS] : ADJ heavenly; celestial (not found in nom s);

[CAELES, CAELITIS] : N the gods (usu. pl.); divinity, dweller in heaven;

[CAELESTE, CAELESTIS] : N supernatural/heavenly matters (pl.); the heavenly bodies; astronomy;

[CAELESTIS, CAELESTE, CAELESTIOR -OR -US, CAELESTISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ heavenly, of the heavens/sky, from heaven/sky; celestial; divine; of the gods;

[CAELESTIS, CAELESTIS] : N divinity, god/goddess; god-like person; the gods (pl.);

[CAELESTIS] : heavenly, celestial / noun, a god, dweller in heaven.

[CAELESTIS] : heavenly, celestial/ noun, a god, dweller in heaven.

[CAELI] : skies, heavens, vault of heauen.

[CAELIA, CAELIAE] : N kind of beer; (spanish l+s);

[CAELIBALIS, CAELIBALIS, CAELIBALE] : ADJ (~ hasta => small spear/pin with which bride's hair was divided into 6 locks);

[CAELIBARIS, CAELIBARIS, CAELIBARE] : ADJ (~ hasta => small spear/pin with which bride's hair was divided into 6 locks);

[CAELIBATUS, CAELIBATUS] : N state of not being married; single life; celibacy;

[CAELICOLA, CAELICOLAE] : N heaven dweller; deity, god/goddess; worshiper of the heavens (l+s);

[CAELIFER, CAELIFERA, CAELIFERUM] : ADJ supporting the sky/heavens;

[CAELIFLUUS, CAELIFLUA, CAELIFLUUM] : ADJ flowing from heaven;

[CAELIGENUS, CAELIGENA, CAELIGENUM] : ADJ of heavenly birth/origin, heaven born;

[CAELIGER, CAELIGERA, CAELIGERUM] : ADJ heaven supporting;

[CAELIPOTENS, (GEN.), CAELIPOTENTIS] : ADJ powerful in heaven;

[CAELITUS] : ADV from heaven; heavenly; from the emperor (l+s); divine;

[CAELITUS] : from heaven.

[CAELO, CAELARE, CAELAVI, CAELATUS] : V carve, make raised work/relief; engrave, emboss; chase, finish; embroider;

[CAELUM, CAELI] : N chisel; engraving tool; burin;

[CAELUM, CAELI] : N heaven, sky, heavens; space; air, climate, weather; universe, world; jehovah;

[CAELUM, NON ANIMUM MUTANT, QUI TRANS MARE CURRUNT. ] : PHRASE the sky, and not his soul, changes the one who runs across the sea.

[CAELUM] : sky, heaven.

[CAELUS, CAELI] : N heaven, sky, heavens; space; air, climate, weather; universe, world; jehovah;

[CAELUS, CAELI] : N heaven (eccl.); the heavens (pl.); (regnum caeliorm => kingdom of heaven);

[CAEMENTA, CAEMENTAE] : N small stones, rubble (for concrete); quarry stones (for walls) (l+s); chips;

[CAEMENTARIUS, CAEMENTARI(I)] : N worker in concrete; stone cutter, mason, builder of walls (l+s);

[CAEMENTICIUM, CAEMENTICII] : N concrete (undressed stones/rubble, lime and sand); unhewn/quarried stone (l+s);

[CAEMENTICIUS, CAEMENTICIA, CAEMENTICIUM] : ADJ of concrete (undressed stones/rubble, lime and sand); of unhewn stones (l+s);

[CAEMENTITIUM, CAEMENTITII] : N concrete (undressed stones/rubble, lime and sand); unhewn/quarried stone (l+s);

[CAEMENTITIUS, CAEMENTITIA, CAEMENTITIUM] : ADJ of concrete (undressed stones/rubble, lime and sand); of unhewn stones (l+s);

[CAEMENTUM, CAEMENTI] : N small stones, rubble (for concrete); quarry stones (for walls) (l+s); chips;

[CAEMENTUM, CAEMENTI] : N cement;

[CAEMETERIUM, CAEMETERII] : N cemetery;

[CAENA, CAENAE] : N dinner/supper, principle roman meal (evening); course; meal; company at dinner;

[CAENACULARIUS, CAENACULARIA, CAENACULARIUM] : ADJ of/pertaining to a garret/attic;

[CAENACULUM, CAENACULI] : N attic, garret (often let as lodging); upstairs dining room; top/upper story;

[CAENATICUS, CAENATICA, CAENATICUM] : ADJ of/pertaining to (a) dinner;

[CAENATIO, CAENATIONIS] : N dining-room; dining hall;

[CAENATIUNCULA, CAENATIUNCULAE] : N small dining-room;

[CAENATOR, CAENATORIS] : N diner; dinner guest;

[CAENATORIUM, CAENATORII] : N dining room, hall; evening dress, dinner wear (pl.);

[CAENATORIUS, CAENATORIA, CAENATORIUM] : ADJ of/used for dining; pertaining to dinner or the table;

[CAENATURIO, CAENATURIRE,] : V desire to dine; have an appetite for dinner;

[CAENATUS, CAENATA, CAENATUM] : ADJ having dined/eaten; supplied with dinner;

[CAENCENATIO, CAENCENATIONIS] : N dinner party; (cicero from greek); supping together, table companionship (l+s);

[CAENITO, CAENITARE, CAENITAVI, CAENITATUS] : V dine/eat habitually (in a particular place/manner); have dinner, dine (often);

[CAENO, CAENARE, CAENAVI, CAENATUS] : V dine, eat dinner/supper; have dinner with; dine on, make a meal of;

[CAENOSITAS, CAENOSITATIS] : N dirty/foul/muddy place;

[CAENOSUS, CAENOSA -UM, CAENOSIOR -OR -US, CAENOSISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ muddy; filthy, foul; slimy, marshy; impure;

[CAENULA, CAENULAE] : N little dinner/supper;

[CAENULENTUS, CAENULENTA, CAENULENTUM] : ADJ covered in mud/filth; muddy, filthy, slimy;

[CAENUM, CAENI] : N mud, mire, filth, slime, dirt, uncleanness; (of persons) scum/filth;

[CAEPA, CAEPAE] : N onion (allium capa); (used as term of abuse);

[CAEPARIA, CAEPARIAE] : N disease in the private parts;

[CAEPARIUS, CAEPARII] : N grower of onions; trader in onions (l+s);

[CAEPATICUS, CAEPATICA, CAEPATICUM] : ADJ resembling an onion;

[CAEPE, CAEPIS] : N onion (allium capa);

[CAEPETUM, CAEPETI] : N onion bed;

[CAEPINA, CAEPINAE] : N onion bed/field;

[CAEPOSUS, CAEPOSA, CAEPOSUM] : ADJ abounding in onions; full of onions;

[CAEPULLA, CAEPULLAE] : N onion bed/field;

[CAEREFOLIUM, CAEREFOLI(I)] : N chervil (anthiscus cerefolium);

[CAEREFOLIUM] : chervil Anthriscus cerefolium J.I. Miller calaminthe ; calamint

[CAEREMONIA, CAEREMONIAE] : N ceremony; sacred rite/ritual/usage; holy dread, reverence, worship; sanctity;

[CAEREMONIAL, CAEREMONIALIS] : N ceremonial; system of rules observed on certain occasions/at times of worship;

[CAEREMONIALIS, CAEREMONIALIS, CAEREMONIALE] : ADJ ceremonial; pertaining to a religious/sacred rite/ritual/usage;

[CAERIMONIA, CAERIMONIAE] : N ceremony; sacred rite/ritual/usage; holy dread, reverence, worship; sanctity;

[CAERIMONIALIS, CAERIMONIALIS, CAERIMONIALE] : ADJ ceremonial; pertaining to a religious/sacred rite/ritual/usage;

[CAERIMONIOR, CAERIMONIARI,] : V treat with due ceremony; worship;

[CAERIMONIOSUS, CAERIMONIOSA, CAERIMONIOSUM] : ADJ pertaining/devoted to religious/sacred rite/ritual/usage;

[CAERIMONIUM, CAERIMONI(I)] : N ceremony; sacred rite/ritual/usage; holy dread, reverence, worship; sanctity;

[CAERNOPHORUS, CAERNOPHORI] : N bearer of the cernus (vessel for holding offerings);;

[CAERULANS, (GEN.), CAERULANTIS] : ADJ colored blue; dark colored; sky blue;

[CAERULEATUS, CAERULEATA, CAERULEATUM] : ADJ colored with blue; dark blue, dark colored (l+s); sky blue;

[CAERULEUM, CAERULEI] : N blue color (dark); steel color; the sky/sea (pl.); deep blue sea; blue sky;

[CAERULEUM, CAERULEI] : N azurite; kind of blue glass;

[CAERULEUS, CAERULEA, CAERULEUM] : ADJ blue, cerulean, dark; greenish-blue, azure; of river/sea deities; of sky/sea;

[CAERULEUS, CAERULEI] : N epithet for river/sea deities;

[CAERULUM, CAERULI] : N blue color (dark); steel color; the sky/sea (pl.); deep blue sea; blue sky;

[CAERULUM, CAERULI] : N azurite; kind of blue glass;

[CAERULUS, CAERULA, CAERULUM] : ADJ blue, cerulean, dark; greenish-blue, azure; of river/sea deities; of sky/sea;

[CAERULUS, CAERULI] : N epithet for river/sea deities;

[CAESA, CAESAE] : N cut; (of a sword/knife/spear);

[CAESAR, CAESARIS] : N caesar, cognomen of julian gens; (c. julius ~); (adopted by emperors); emperor;

[CAESARIANUM, CAESARIANI] : N an eye salve;

[CAESARIATUS, CAESARIATA, CAESARIATUM] : ADJ having long/flowing/luxuriant hair/plume; having lush vegetation/foliage;

[CAESARIES, CAESARIEI] : N hair; long/flowing/luxuriant hair; dark/beautiful hair; plume (of a helmet);

[CAESICIUS, CAESICIA, CAESICIUM] : ADJ bluish; dark blue;

[CAESIM] : ADV by chopping/cutting; by hewing/slashing; with the sword edge; in short clauses;

[CAESIO, CAESIONIS] : N chopping/cutting/hewing down (trees);

[CAESITAS, CAESITATIS] : N blue; blueness; ;

[CAESITIUS, CAESITIA, CAESITIUM] : ADJ bluish; dark blue;

[CAESIUS, CAESIA -UM, -, CAESISSUMUS -A -UM] : ADJ gray, gray-blue, steel-colored; having gray/gray-blue/steel-colored eyes;

[CAESNA, CAESNAE] : N dinner/supper, principle roman meal (evening); course, dish; company at dinner;

[CAESO, CAESONIS] : N kaeso (caeso), roman praenomen; abbreviated k.;

[CAESOR, CAESORIS] : N hewer, one who hews; hewer (of wood); (stone) breaker;

[CAESPES, CAESPITIS] : N grassy ground, grass; earth; sod, turf; altar/rampart/mound of sod/turf/earth;

[CAESPITATOR, CAESPITATORIS] : N stumbler; shying horse;

[CAESPITICIUS, CAESPITICIA, CAESPITICIUM] : ADJ made of turf;

[CAESPITO, CAESPITARE, CAESPITAVI, CAESPITATUS] : V stumble;

[CAESPOSUS, CAESPOSA, CAESPOSUM] : ADJ abounding in grass/turf;

[CAESTICILLUS, CAESTICILLI] : N small ring/hoop placed on the head to support a burden;

[CAESTOS, CAESTI] : N band supporting the breasts (esp. girdle of venus); girdle/belt/girth/strap;

[CAESTUS, CAESTI] : N band supporting the breasts (esp. girdle of venus); girdle/belt/girth/strap;

[CAESTUS, CAESTUS] : N boxing-glove, strip of leather weighted with lead/iron tied to boxer's hands;

[CAESULLUS, CAESULLA, CAESULLUM] : ADJ gray-eyed, having gray eyes;

[CAESUM, CAESI] : N comma; pause, stop;

[CAESURA, CAESURAE] : N cutting (down/off), felling (of trees); that which was cut off; pause in verse;

[CAESURATIM] : ADV with pauses in short clauses;

[CAESUS, CAESUS] : N cutting, cutting off;

[CAETERA] : the rest, that remaining

[CAETERA] : the rest, that remaining.

[CAETERUS, CAETERA, CAETERUM] : ADJ the other; the others (pl.). the remaining/rest, all the rest;

[CAETRA, CAETRAE] : N caetra (small light shield) (spanish); elephant's hide;

[CAETRATUS, CAETRATA, CAETRATUM] : ADJ armed with the caetra (small light shield);

[CAETRATUS, CAETRATI] : N soldier armed with the caetra (small light shield); greek peltest;

[CAF, UNDECLINED] : N kaf; (11th letter of hebrew alphabet); (transliterate as k and ch);

[CAIA, CAIAE] : N cudgel;

[CAIATIO, CAIATIONIS] : N striking/cudgeling/beating of children;

[CAIO, CAIARE, CAIAVI, CAIATUS] : V beat, thrash, cudgel;

[CALA, CALAE] : N firewood; piece of firewood;

[CALABRIX, CALABRICIS] : N kind of thorn tree; (perh. hawthorn); (perh. buckthorn l+s);

[CALAMARIUS, CALAMARIA, CALAMARIUM] : ADJ for holding pens; pertaining to a writing reed;

[CALAMELLUS, CALAMELLI] : N small/little (writing) reed/pen;

[CALAMENTUM, CALAMENTI] : N dead wood, withered/dry wood/vine;

[CALAMINTHE, CALAMINTHES] : N plant, kind of mint;

[CALAMISTER, CALAMISTRI] : N curling-tongs/iron; excessive flourish in discourse;

[CALAMISTRATUS, CALAMISTRATA, CALAMISTRATUM] : ADJ curled with the curling-iron; having hair curled, effeminately adorned;

[CALAMISTRUM, CALAMISTRI] : N curling-tongs/iron; excessive flourish in discourse;

[CALAMITAS, CALAMITATIS] : N loss, damage, harm; misfortune/disaster; military defeat; blight, crop failure;

[CALAMITAS] : calamity, misfortune, disaster, loss.

[CALAMITAS] : calamity, misfortune, disaster.

[CALAMITESES, CLAMITAE] : N small green frog;

[CALAMITOSE] : ADV disastrously; unfortunately, miserably; destructively;

[CALAMITOSUS, CALAMITOSA, CALAMITOSUM] : ADJ calamitous; ruinous, destructive; liable to damage/disaster; damaged/miserable;

[CALAMITOSUS] : disastrous.

[CALAMOCHNUS, CALAMOCHNI] : N deposit/efforescence of salt on reeds; sea foam (l+s); (in pure latin adarca);

[CALAMUS ODORATUS] : sweet cane

[CALAMUS, CALAMI] : N reed, cane; reed pen; reed/pan pipe; arrow; fishing pole; stalk; sweet flag;

[CALAMUS, CALAMI] : N branch; arm; branch of a candelabrum;

[CALAMUS] : anything made or reed -- pen, arrow, pipe, etc.

[CALASIS, CALASIS] : N kind of (woman's) tunic;

[CALATHISCUS, CALATHISCI] : N small wicker basket;

[CALATHUS, CALATHI] : N wicker basket, flower basket; wine-cup; milk pail; cheese/curdled milk bowl;

[CALATINA, CALATINAE] : N plant (gentian);

[CALATIO, CALATIONIS] : N convoking, calling, summoning;

[CALATOR, CALATORIS] : N personal attendant, servant, footman; servant of a priest;

[CALATORIUS, CALATORIA, CALATORIUM] : ADJ pertaining to a servant of a priest;

[CALAUTICA, CALAUTICAE] : N kind of woman's headdress; (fell down to the shoulders); (kind of veil?);

[CALBEUS, CALBEI] : N arm-band/filet worn for ornamental/medical purposes;

[CALCANEUM, CALCANEI] : N heel; (rare form for calx);

[CALCANEUS, CALCANEI] : N heel; (rare form for calx);

[CALCAR, CALCARIS] : N spur (for horse); spur, incitement, stimulus; spur of a cock;

[CALCAR, -IS] : spur.

[CALCARENSIS, CALCARENSIS] : N lime burner; worker at the lime kiln/works;

[CALCARENSIS, CALCARENSIS, CALCARENSE] : ADJ of/connected with a lime quarry/kiln/works;

[CALCARIA, CALCARIAE] : N lime quarry; lime kiln; lime works;

[CALCARIARIUS, CALCARIARIA, CALCARIARIUM] : ADJ of/connected with a lime quarry/kiln/works; connected with burning for lime;

[CALCARIENSIS, CALCARIENSIS, CALCARIENSE] : ADJ of/connected with a lime quarry/kiln/works;

[CALCARIUS, CALCARIA, CALCARIUM] : ADJ designed for burning lime; pertaining to lime; lime-;

[CALCARIUS, CALCARII] : N lime burner; worker at the lime kiln/works;

[CALCATA, CALCATAE] : N filling for ditches/facines/ramparts? crates?;

[CALCATOR, CALCATORIS] : N one who treads (in a treadmill); one who treads grapes;

[CALCATORI, CALCATORIIS] : N wine press;

[CALCATRIX, CALCATRICIS] : N she who treads; she who despises/condemns (something);

[CALCATURA, CALCATURAE] : N treading (in a treadmill/wine);

[CALCATUS, CALCATA, CALCATUM] : ADJ trite, hackneyed;

[CALCATUS, CALCATUS] : N treading (in a treadmill);

[CALCEAMEN, CALCEAMINIS] : N shoe; footwear;

[CALCEAMENTARIUS, CALCEAMENTARI(I)] : N shoemaker; dealer/merchant in shoes;

[CALCEAMENTUM, CALCEAMENTI] : N shoe; instrument for stretching hides;

[CALCEARIA, CALCEARIAE] : N shoe shop/store;

[CALCEARIUM, CALCEARI(I)] : N shoe money/allowance;

[CALCEARIUS, CALCEARI(I)] : N shoemaker; dealer/merchant in shoes;

[CALCEATA] : paved road.

[CALCEATOR, CALCEATORIS] : N shoemaker;

[CALCEATUS, CALCEATUS] : N shoe; footwear; sandal;

[CALCEDONIUS, CALCEDONII] : N chalcedony; (stone of third foundation of new jerusalem in revelations 21] : 19);

[CALCENDIX, CALCENDICIS] : N murex, purple-fish; a shellfish from which (royal) purple dye was obtained);

[CALCEO, CALCEARE, CALCEAVI, CALCEATUS] : V put shoes on, furnish with shoes; shoe (horses); put feet in something;

[CALCEOLARIUS, CALCEOLARI(I)] : N shoemaker;

[CALCEOLUS, CALCEOLI] : N shoe; slipper; small shoe (l+s); half-boot;

[CALCETUM, CALCETI] : N plant (unidentified);

[CALCEUS, CALCEI] : N shoe; soft shoe, slipper; (~ mullei/patricii => red shoe for ex-curule senator);

[CALCIAMEN, CALCIAMINIS] : N shoe; footwear;

[CALCIAMENTARIUS, CALCIAMENTARI(I)] : N shoemaker; dealer/merchant in shoes;

[CALCIAMENTUM, CALCIAMENTI] : N shoe; instrument for stretching hides;

[CALCIARIA, CALCIARIAE] : N shoe shop/store;

[CALCIARIUM, CALCIARI(I)] : N shoe money/allowance;

[CALCIARIUS, CALCIARI(I)] : N shoemaker; dealer/merchant in shoes;

[CALCIATOR, CALCIATORIS] : N shoemaker;

[CALCIATUS, CALCIATUS] : N shoe; footwear; sandal;

[CALCIFRAGA, CALCIFRAGAE] : N rock-plant (empetros); unknown plant (removes bladder stones); (haristongue?);

[CALCIO, CALCIARE, CALCIAVI, CALCIATUS] : V put shoes on, furnish with shoes, shoe (horses); put feet in something;

[CALCIOLARIUS, CALCIOLARI(I)] : N shoemaker;

[CALCIS, CALCIS] : N lead vial/bottle/jar;

[CALCITRATUS, CALCITRATUS] : N kicking with the heels;

[CALCITRO, CALCITRARE, CALCITRAVI, CALCITRATUS] : V kick with the heels, kick; be refractory; resist; kick convulsively (dying);

[CALCITRO, CALCITRONIS] : N one that kicks/is inclined to kick with the heels, kicker;

[CALCITROSUS, CALCITROSI] : N one inclined/apt to kick with the heels, kicker;

[CALCITROSUS, CALCITROSA, CALCITROSUM] : ADJ inclined/apt to kick with the heels, kicking;

[CALCO, CALCARE, CALCAVI, CALCATUS] : V tread/trample upon/under foot, crush; tamp/ram down; spurn; copulate (cock);

[CALCO] : to tread, trample upon.

[CALCO] : to tread, trample upon, tread under foot.

[CALCULARIUS, CALCULARIA, CALCULARIUM] : ADJ of/pertaining to calculations; (~ error => error in reckoning);

[CALCULATIO, CALCULATIONIS] : N computation, calculation, reckoning; stone (kidney/bladder), calculus;

[CALCULATOR, CALCULATORIS] : N one versed in/teacher of arithmetic; calculator, bookkeeper, accountant;

[CALCULATORIUS, CALCULATORIA, CALCULATORIUM] : ADJ used in making (arithmetic) calculations; pertaining to an accountant;

[CALCULATURA, CALCULATURAE] : N calculating, arithmetic;

[CALCULENSIS, CALCULENSIS, CALCULENSE] : ADJ found in pebbly places; pertaining to stones;

[CALCULO, CALCULARE, CALCULAVI, CALCULATUS] : V calculate, compute, reckon; consider as; esteem;

[CALCULO, CALCULONIS] : N calculator, computer, accountant;

[CALCULOSUS, CALCULOSA, CALCULOSUM] : ADJ full of pebbles, pebbly; knobby; suffering from stones (kidney/bladder);

[CALCULOSUS, CALCULOSI] : N one suffering from/afflicted with kidney/bladder stones;

[CALCULUS, CALCULI] : N small weight; live coal (def);

[CALCULUS, CALCULI] : N pebble; (bladder) stone; piece for reckoning/voting/game; calculation;

[CALCULUS] : pebble, stone.

[CALCUS, CALCI] : N small weight;

[CALDA, CALDAE] : N hot water; warm water;

[CALDAMENTUM, CALDAMENTI] : N fermentation;

[CALDARIA, CALDARIAE] : N warm bath;

[CALDARIOLA, CALDARIOLAE] : N small vessel for heating fluids;

[CALDARIUM, CALDARI(I)] : N the caldarium, a hot bathing room; hot bath;

[CALDARIUS, CALDARIA, CALDARIUM] : ADJ used/suitable for warming/hot water; warm; for plastering bath walls; by heat;

[CALDICEREBRIUS, CALDICEREBRIA, CALDICEREBRIUM] : ADJ hot-headed;

[CALDICUS, CALDICA, CALDICUM] : ADJ (descriptive of a kind of fig);

[CALDOR, CALDORIS] : N heat, warmth;

[CALDUM, CALDI] : N drink of wine and hot water; heat, hot;

[CALDUS, CALDA -UM, CALDIOR -OR -US, CALDISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ warm, hot; fiery, lusty; eager, rash, on the spot; having a warm climate/place;

[CALECO, CALECARE, CALECAVI, CALECATUS] : V coat with lime/whitewash, whitewash;

[CALEDONIA, CALEDONIAE] : N caledonia, scotland, northern part of britain;

[CALEFACIO, CALEFACERE, CALEFECI, CALEFACTUS] : V make warm/hot (exertion/fermentation); heat; excite, rouse; vex, trouble;

[CALEFACTABILIS, CALEFACTABILIS, CALEFACTABILE] : ADJ that can be warmed/made hot;

[CALEFACTIO, CALEFACTIONIS] : N heating, warming, making (a bath) warm;

[CALEFACTO, CALEFACTARE, CALEFACTAVI, CALEFACTATUS] : V heat, warm; make a person warm by beating;

[CALEFACTORIUS, CALEFACTORIA, CALEFACTORIUM] : ADJ that has a warming/heating power; warming;

[CALEFACTUS, CALEFACTUS] : N action of heating/warming;

[CALEFACTUS, CALEFACTA, CALEFACTUM] : ADJ heated, warmed; excited, roused; (calefacta ora => flushed);

[CALEFIO, CALEFIERI, -, CALEFACTUS SUM] : V be made/become/be warm/hot/heated;

[CALENDA, CALENDAE] : N kalends (pl.), 1st of month; abb. kal./kl.; day of proclamation, interest due;

[CALENDARIA, CALENDARIAE] : N ledger, account book, book in which monthly interest payments were recorded;

[CALENTER] : ADV skillfully, cunningly;

[CALEO, CALERE, CALUI] : V be/feel/be kept warm; be hot with passion/inflamed/active/driven hotly/urged;

[CALEO] : to be warmed, be inflamed.

[CALESCO, CALESCERE,] : V grow warm or hot; be heated; become inflamed (w/love/lust); be inspired;

[CALFACIO, CALFACERE, CALFECI, CALFACTUS] : V make warm/hot (exertion/fermentation); heat; excite, rouse; vex, trouble;

[CALFICIO, CALFICERE,] : V make warm/hot (exertion/fermentation); heat; excite, rouse; vex, trouble;

[CALIANDRUM, CALIANDRI] : N woman's wig, head-dress of false hair;

[CALICATUS, CALICATA, CALICATUM] : ADJ plastered with lime; whitewashed;

[CALICELLUS, CALICELLI] : N little/small cup;

[CALICIA, CALICIAE] : N plant (unknown); (according to pythagoras made water freeze);

[CALICLARIUM, CALICLARII] : N cupboard, sideboard, place where cups stand;

[CALICO, CALICARE, CALICAVI, CALICATUS] : V coat with lime/whitewash, whitewash;

[CALICULUS, CALICULI] : N calyx/cup of a flower; shell (sea urchin); (maybe confused with calyculus);

[CALICULUS, CALICULI] : N small cup/goblet; polyp sucker; artificial hollow (obstacle to horse); pothole;

[CALIDA, CALIDAE] : N hot water; warm water;

[CALIDARIA, CALIDARIAE] : N warm bath;

[CALIDARIUM, CALIDARI(I)] : N the caldarium, a hot bathing room; hot bath;

[CALIDARIUS, CALIDARIA, CALIDARIUM] : ADJ used/suitable for warming/hot water; warm; for plastering bath walls; by heat;

[CALIDE] : ADV in hot haste. in the heat of the moment; rashly;

[CALIDUM, CALIDI] : N drink of wine and hot water; heat, hot;

[CALIDUS, CALIDA -UM, CALIDIOR -OR -US, CALIDISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ warm, hot; fiery, lusty; eager, rash, on the spot; having a warm climate/place;

[CALIENDRUM, CALIENDRI] : N woman's wig, head-dress of false hair;

[CALIGA, CALIGAE] : N soldier's boot; boot; military service;

[CALIGA] : darkness, gloom, mist.

[CALIGARIS, CALIGARIS, CALIGARE] : ADJ of/for a soldier's boot; boot-;

[CALIGARIUS, CALIGARII] : N maker of soldier's boots, bootmaker;

[CALIGARIUS, CALIGARIA, CALIGARIUM] : ADJ of/for a soldier's boot; boot-; wearing army boots;

[CALIGATIO, CALIGATIONIS] : N darkness, mistiness (of the eyes);

[CALIGATUS, CALIGATA, CALIGATUM] : ADJ wearing army boots; of the common soldier; booted, wearing heavy boots/brogans;

[CALIGATUS, CALIGATI] : N common soldier; private;

[CALIGINEUS, CALIGINEA, CALIGINEUM] : ADJ dark, obscuring, murky, gloomy;

[CALIGINOSUS, CALIGINOSA, CALIGINOSUM] : ADJ foggy, misty; covered with mist; obscure, dark, gloomy; uncertain;

[CALIGO, CALIGARE, CALIGAVI, CALIGATUS] : V be dark/gloomy/misty/cloudy; have bad vision; cloud; be blinded; be/make dizzy;

[CALIGO, CALIGINIS] : N mist/fog; darkness/gloom/murkiness; moral/intellectual/mental dark; dizziness;

[CALIGO] : to becloud, darken.

[CALIGO] : to make dizzy.

[CALIGO] : to make dizzy

[CALIGOSUS, CALIGOSA, CALIGOSUM] : ADJ foggy, misty; covered with mist; obscure, dark, gloomy; uncertain;

[CALIGULA, CALIGULAE] : N caligula (gaius claudius caesar germanicus, 37-41 ad); little soldier('s boot);

[CALION] : henbane

[CALIPTRA, CALIPTRAE] : N kind of head covering;

[CALIX, CALICIS] : N cup, goblet, a vessel for drinking; chalice; cup of wine; pot; water regulator;

[CALIX] : a vessel for drinking.

[CALLAICA, CALLAICAE] : N precious stone; (turquoise?);

[CALLAINA, CALLAINAE] : N pale green precious stone; turquoise;

[CALLAINUS, CALLAINA, CALLAINUM] : ADJ pale green, greenish-blue, turquoise-colored;

[CALLAIS, CALLAIDIS] : N greenish-blue/sea-green precious stone; turquoise;

[CALLARIAS, CALLARIAE] : N kind of codfish;

[CALLENS, (GEN.), CALLENTIS] : ADJ skilled/practiced/versed/expert in (w/gen);

[CALLEO, CALLERE, CALLUI] : V be calloused, grow hard; have experience/skill in, know, understand; know how;

[CALLIBLEPHARATUS, CALLIBLEPHARATA, CALLIBLEPHARATUM] : ADJ having beautiful (made-up) eyes/eyelids;

[CALLIBLEPHARUM, CALLIBLEPHARI] : N cosmetic for the eyelids and lashes; dye for coloring the eyebrows (l+s);

[CALLIBLEPHARUS, CALLIBLEPHARA, CALLIBLEPHARUM] : ADJ having beautiful (made-up) eyes/eyelids;

[CALLICIA, CALLICIAE] : N plant (unknown); (according to pythagoras made water freeze);

[CALLIDE, CALLIDIUS, CALLIDISSIME] : ADV expertly, skillfully, cleverly; well, thoroughly; cunningly, artfully;

[CALLIDE] : skilfully, cleverly / cunningly, slyly, subtly.

[CALLIDE] : skilfully, cleverly/ cunningly, slyly, subtly.

[CALLIDITAS, CALLIDITATIS] : N shrewdness, skillfulness, skill; craftiness, cunning; subtle tricks (pl.);

[CALLIDITAS] : cunning.

[CALLIDULUS, CALLIDULA, CALLIDULUM] : ADJ a little cunning/sly/crafty;

[CALLIDUS, CALLIDA -UM, CALLIDIOR -OR -US, CALLIDISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ crafty, sly, cunning; wise, expert, skillful, clever, experienced, ingenious;

[CALLIDUS] : clever, dextrous, experienced, skilful/ cunning, sly.

[CALLIDUS] : clever, dextrous, experienced, skilful / cunning, sly.

[CALLIGO, CALLIGARE, CALLIGAVI, CALLIGATUS] : V be dark/gloomy/misty/cloudy; have bad vision; cloud; be blinded; be/make dizzy;

[CALLIGONON, CALLIGONI] : N plant, also called polygonon mas;

[CALLIM] : ADV secretly, in secret, unknown to; privately; covertly; by fraud;

[CALLIM] : PREP without the knowledge of, unknown to; concealed/secret from; (rarely w/abl);

[CALLIMUS, CALLIMI] : N stone said to be found inside a type of eagle-stone; kind of eagle-stone (l+s);

[CALLIOMARCUS] : herb useful against a cough p. 36

[CALLION, CALLII] : N winter-cherry (physalis alkekengi); (pure latin vesicaria);

[CALLIONYMUS, CALLIONYMI] : N fish (uranoscopus scaber?);

[CALLIPETALON, CALLIPETALI] : N plant; (pure latin quinquefolium);

[CALLIPLOCAMON] : ADJ having/with beautiful tresses;

[CALLIPLOCAMOS, CALLIPLOCAMOS] : ADJ having/with beautiful tresses;

[CALLIS, CALLIS] : N rough/stony track, path; moorland/mountain pasture; mountain pass/defile (l+s);

[CALLISCO, CALLISCERE, CALLISCI] : V grow insensitive; become dull/insensible (l+s);

[CALLISPHYRON] : ADJ having/with beautiful ankles;

[CALLISPHYROS, CALLISPHYROS] : ADJ having/with beautiful ankles;

[CALLISTRUTHIA, CALLISTRUTHIAE] : N very delicate fig sparrows were fond of (l+s); (pure latin ficus passerariae);

[CALLISTRUTHIS, CALLISTRUTHIDIS] : N very delicate fig sparrows were fond of (l+s); (pure latin ficus passerariae);

[CALLITHRICHON, CALLITRICHI] : N maidenhair, type of fern;

[CALLITHRICHOS, CALLITRICHI] : N maidenhair, type of fern;

[CALLITHRIX, CALLITHRICHOS/IS] : N waterwort (asplenium trichomanes) (for hair coloring); an ethiopian monkey;

[CALLOSITAS, CALLOSITATIS] : N hardening/thickening of the skin, callus; callousness; hardness; hardening;

[CALLOSUS, CALLOSA -UM, CALLOSIOR -OR -US, CALLOSISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ tough, hard/thick-skinned; made hard/tough by use; callused, indurated;

[CALLUM, CALLI] : N hard/tough skin/hide, callus; callousness, lack of feeling; firm flesh/fruit;

[CALLUS, CALLI] : N hard/tough skin/hide, callus; callousness, lack of feeling; firm flesh/fruit;

[CALO, CALARE, CALAVI, CALATUS] : V let down, allow to hang free; loosen; slacken;

[CALO, CALARE, CALAVI, CALATUS] : V announce, proclaim; summon, convoke, call forth/together;

[CALO, CALONIS] : N camp/soldier's servant; type of awkwardness/stupidity; low servant/drudge (l+s);

[CALO, CALONIS] : N wooden shoe;

[CALOR, CALORIS] : N heat; warmth, glow; warm/hot/summer heat/weather; fever; passion, zeal; love;

[CALORATUS, CALORATA, CALORATUM] : ADJ passionate, vehement, furious; hot, heated;

[CALORIFICUS, CALORIFICA, CALORIFICUM] : ADJ promoting/causing heat/warmth; warming, heating;

[CALOS] : ADV well; hurrah for !;

[CALPAR, CALPARIS] : N wine jar/pitcher; wine from a calpar; wine cask (l+s); vessel for liquids;

[CALPURNIA, CALPURNIAE] : N calpurnia, wife of caesar; a daughter of the plebeian gens calpurnius;

[CALTA, CALTAE] : N marigold (calendula officinalis);

[CALTHA, CALTHAE] : N marigold (calendula officinalis);

[CALTHA] : marigold

[CALTHA] : marigold.

[CALTHULA, CALTHULAE] : N yellow garment worn by women; yellow robe;

[CALTULA, CALTULAE] : N short undergarment worn by women;

[CALUMMA, CALUMMATIS] : N covering;

[CALUMNIA, CALUMNIAE] : N sophistry, sham; false accusation/claim/statement/pretenses/objection; quibble;

[CALUMNIATOR, CALUMNIATORIS] : N false accuser; pettifogger, chicaner; perverter of the law; ; carping critic;

[CALUMNIATRIX, CALUMNIATRICIS] : N false accuser/claimant (female);

[CALUMNIOR, CALUMNIARI, -, CALUMNIATUS SUM] : V accuse falsely; misrepresent, interpret wrongly; depreciate, find fault with;

[CALUMNIOR] : to accuse falsely.

[CALUMNIOSE] : ADV by false pretenses;

[CALUMNIOSUS, CALUMNIOSA, CALUMNIOSUM] : ADJ that makes false/groundless accusations; marked by misinterpretations, false;

[CALUMNIOSUS, CALUMNIOSI] : N a person convicted of making false/groundless accusations/information;

[CALVA, CALVAE] : N bald head, scalp; skull; smooth nuts (hazel nuts?);

[CALVAR, CALVARIS] : N skulls (pl.); kind of fish;

[CALVARIA, CALVARIAE] : N skull;

[CALVARIOLA, CALVARIOLAE] : N small cup;

[CALVARIUM, CALVARII] : N round sea-fish without scales (bald);

[CALVATUS, CALVATA, CALVATUM] : ADJ made bald, bare; bare (vines);

[CALVENTINUS, CALVENTINA, CALVENTINUM] : ADJ variety of vine;

[CALVEO, CALVERE,] : V be bald/hairless;

[CALVESCO, CALVESCERE,] : V lose one's hair, become bald; molt (birds); become bare/empty of vegetation;

[CALVIO, CALVIRE, CALVIVI, CALVITUS] : V deceive, intrigue/use subterfuge/tricks against; be tricked/deceived (pass);

[CALVITIES, CALVITIEI] : N baldness, hairlessness;

[CALVITIES] : baldness.

[CALVITIUM, CALVITII] : N baldness, absence/loss of hair; bareness/scantiness of vegetation;

[CALVO, CALVARE, CALVAVI, CALVATUS] : V make/leave bare;

[CALVO, CALVERE,] : V deceive, intrigue/use subterfuge/tricks against; be tricked/deceived (pass);

[CALVOR, CALVI,] : V deceive, intrigue/use subterfuge/tricks against;

[CALVUS, CALVA -UM, CALVIOR -OR -US, CALVISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ bald, bald-headed; having the head shaved; smooth (nuts); bare/stripped (things)

[CALVUS, CALVI] : N bald person;

[CALVUS] : bald.

[CALX, CALCIS] : N heel; spur; pad (dog); forefeet; kick (roman toe was unprotected); butt (beam);

[CALX, CALCIS] : N lead vial/bottle/jar;

[CALX, CALCIS] : N limestone, lime; chalk, goal, goal-line (chalk mark), end of life; game piece;

[CALX] : the heel / stone, pebble / lime / goal, aim.

[CALX] : the heel/ stone, pebble/ lime/ goal, aim.

[CALYCULUS, CALYCULI] : N calyx/cup of a flower; shell (sea urchin);

[CALYMMA, CALYMMATIS] : N covering;

[CALYX, CALYCIS] : N two plants; one like arum; other anchusa (dyer's bugloss); (monk's-hood? l+s);

[CALYX, CALYCIS] : N calyx/cup (flower/nut); bud?; fruit/animal skin, husk; shell (egg/sea urchin);

[CAMA, CAMAE] : N small low bed (near the ground);

[CAMACUM, CAMACI] : N aromatic plant (nutmeg?); (substitute for cinnamon); kind of cinnamon (l+s);

[CAMARA, CAMARAE] : N vault, vaulted/arched room/roof/ceiling; small boat roofed over with timber;

[CAMARARIUS, CAMARARIA, CAMARARIUM] : ADJ that grows over arches (of a kind of gourd); climbing;

[CAMARATIO, CAMARATIONIS] : N vault, arch;

[CAMARERO] : chamberlain (a cathedral or monastic administrator).

[CAMARO, CAMARARE, CAMARAVI, CAMARATUS] : V roof/vault over;

[CAMBIO, CAMBIARE,] : V exchange, barter;

[CAMBIO, CAMBIRE, CAMPSI, CAMBITUS] : V exchange, barter;

[CAMBITAS, CAMBITATIS] : N exchange, barter;

[CAMELA, CAMELAE] : N camel/dromedary (female);

[CAMELA, CAMELAE] : N marriage festival/festivities (pl.); (adj?);

[CAMELARIUS, CAMELARII] : N camel driver;

[CAMELELASIA, CAMELELASIAE] : N camel-driving; care of camels (belonging to the state);

[CAMELEON, CAMELEONIS] : N chameleon; (m/f old);

[CAMELINUS, CAMELINA, CAMELINUM] : ADJ of/pertaining to a camel, camel-;

[CAMELLA, CAMELLAE] : N cup, bowl, goblet;

[CAMELOPARDALIS, CAMELOPARDALIS] : N giraffe;

[CAMELOPARDALUS, CAMELOPARDALI] : N giraffe;

[CAMELOPARDUS, CAMELOPARDI] : N giraffe;

[CAMELOPODIUM, CAMELOPODI(I)] : N plant, camel's-foot, horehound?;

[CAMELUS, CAMELI] : N camel, dromedary;

[CAMENA, CAMENAE] : N muse; poetry;

[CAMENA] : poetry, poem, song.

[CAMERA, CAMERAE] : N vault, vaulted/arched room/roof/ceiling; small boat roofed over with timber;

[CAMERARIUS, CAMERARIA, CAMERARIUM] : ADJ that grows over arches (of a kind of gourd); climbing;

[CAMERATIO, CAMERATIONIS] : N vault, arch;

[CAMERO, CAMERARE, CAMERAVI, CAMERATUS] : V roof/vault over;

[CAMILLA, CAMILLAE] : N handmaiden/female of unblemished character attendant in religious ceremonies;

[CAMILLUS, CAMILLI] : N boy/noble youth attendant of a flamen/priest;

[CAMINO, CAMINARE, CAMINAVI, CAMINATUS] : V form into an oven; shape like an oven;

[CAMINUS, CAMINI] : N smelting/foundry furnace, forge; home stove/furnace; vent (underground fires);

[CAMINUS] : a forge, large hearth.

[CAMISIA, CAMISIAE] : N linen shirt/nightgown;

[CAMMARON, CAMMARI] : N plant (aconitum);

[CAMMAROS, CAMMARI] : N lobster; plant (aconitum); sea crab (l+s);

[CAMMARUS, CAMMARI] : N lobster; plant (aconitum); sea crab (l+s);

[CAMPAGUS, CAMPAGI] : N kind of boot worn by military officers;

[CAMPANA, CAMPANAE] : N bell;

[CAMPANA] : bell.

[CAMPANEUS, CAMPANEA, CAMPANEUM] : ADJ pertaining to the fields;

[CAMPANIA, CAMPANIAE] : N campania; (province of italy south of latinium noted for its fertility);

[CAMPANIUS, CAMPANIA, CAMPANIUM] : ADJ pertaining to the fields;

[CAMPE, CAMPES] : N caterpillar; (pure latin eruca); turning/writhing, evasion;

[CAMPEADOR] : champion of the field, victor.

[CAMPESTER, CAMPESTRA, CAMPESTRUM] : ADJ flat, level, open (ground); field-; living/lying in plain; of campus martius;

[CAMPESTER, CAMPESTRIS, CAMPESTRE] : ADJ of a level field, even, flat, level; on the open plain;

[CAMPESTER] : flat, even, level/ a plain.

[CAMPESTRATUS, CAMPESTRATI] : N one wearing the loin-cloth/leather apron of athletes;

[CAMPESTRE, CAMPESTRIS] : N loin-cloth worn by athletes; leather apron worn around the loins by wrestlers;

[CAMPESTRE, CAMPESTRIS] : N flat/level country/ground (pl.); plains;

[CAMPESTRIS, CAMPESTRIS] : N deities who presided over contests/games (pl.); country deities;

[CAMPESTRIS, CAMPESTRIS, CAMPESTRE] : ADJ of a level field, even, flat, level; on the open plain;

[CAMPESTRIS, CAMPESTRIS] : N country deity; goddess of fields;

[CAMPICURSIO, CAMPICURSIONIS] : N military exercise in the campus martius;

[CAMPIDOCTOR, CAMPIDOCTORIS] : N one who exercises/drills soldiers in the campus martius; drill sergeant;

[CAMPIGENUS, CAMPIGENI] : N well drilled soldiers (pl.);

[CAMPITOR] : charger, battle-horse, war horse.

[CAMPSANEMA, CAMPSANEMATIS] : N plant (ros marinus);

[CAMPSO, CAMPSARE, CAMPSAVI, CAMPSATUS] : V go around; double; turn around in place;

[CAMPTAULES, CAMPTAULAE] : N musician (unknown kind);

[CAMPTER, CAMPTERIS] : N bending; turning; angle;

[CAMPTER, CAMPTEROS/IS] : N turning point at the end of a race course;

[CAMPUS, CAMPI] : N plain, level field/surface; open space for action/battle/games; sea; scope;

[CAMPUS] : level place, field, plain.

[CAMTER, CAMTEROS/IS] : N turning point at the end of a race course;

[CAMUM, CAMI] : N kind of beer;

[CAMUR, CAMURA, CAMURUM] : ADJ curved, bent, hooked, crocked; turned/arched inward, having such horns;

[CAMUR] : curved, bent, hooked.

[CAMURUS, CAMURA, CAMURUM] : ADJ curved, bent, hooked, crocked; turned/arched inward, having such horns;

[CAMUS, CAMI] : N necklace; collar for the neck (l+s); muzzle/bit/curb for horses (late);

[CANABA, CANABAE] : N hut; hovel;

[CANABA, CANABAE] : N settlement of traders/discharged soldiers (pl.) near roman military camp/fort;

[CANABARIUS, CANABARI(I)] : N inhabitant of a canabae (settlement of veterans near a roman camp);

[CANABENSIS, CANABENSIS] : N inhabitant of a canabae (settlement of veterans near a roman camp);

[CANABULA, CANABULAE] : N small hut/hovel;

[CANACHENUS, CANACHENI] : N class of thieves;

[CANALE, CANALIS] : N channel/canal/conduit; ditch, gutter; trough, groove; funnel; pipe, spout;

[CANALICIUS, CANALICIA, CANALICIUM] : ADJ derived/mined/dug from shafts(/pits l+s);

[CANALICOLA, CANALICOLAE] : N poor/lazy person standing about in gutters near forum/in place called canalis;

[CANALICULA, CANALICULAE] : N small channel/duct/pipe/gutter, groove; feeding trough; splint/cast (medical);

[CANALICULATIM] : ADV into/by channels;

[CANALICULATUS, CANALICULATA, CANALICULATUM] : ADJ channeled, grooved; like a channel/pipe;

[CANALICULUS, CANALICULI] : N small channel/duct/pipe/gutter, groove; feeding trough; splint/cast (medical);

[CANALIENSIS, CANALIENSIS, CANALIENSE] : ADJ derived/mined/dug from shafts(/pits l+s);

[CANALIS, CANALIS] : N channel/canal/conduit; ditch, gutter; trough, groove; funnel; pipe, spout;

[CANALIS] : channel, canal / pipe.

[CANALIS] : channel, canal/ pipe.

[CANARIUS, CANARIA, CANARIUM] : ADJ of/connected with dogs, dog-; kind of grass; (lappa canaria => kind of bur);

[CANASTER, CANASTRA, CANASTRUM] : ADJ half-gray; grizzled;

[CANATIM] : ADV in the manner of a dog; like a dog;

[CANCAMUM, CANCAMI] : N arabian gum (balsamodendron katuf?); (used for incense l+s);

[CANCELLARIUS, CANCELLARI(I)] : N porter, doorkeeper; secretary; chancellor (ecclesiastical);

[CANCELLARIUS, CANCELLARIA, CANCELLARIUM] : ADJ living/kept behind bars;

[CANCELLATIM] : ADV in a lattice arrangement;

[CANCELLATIO, CANCELLATIONIS] : N land measuring my means of a grid; fixing the boundaries;

[CANCELLATUS, CANCELLATA, CANCELLATUM] : ADJ reticulated, having a lattice/grid pattern; lattice/trellis-like;

[CANCELLO, CANCELLARE, CANCELLAVI, CANCELLATUS] : V arrange in criss-cross pattern; enclose in lattice/grid; cancel, cross out;

[CANCELLOSUS, CANCELLOSA, CANCELLOSUM] : ADJ with bars; with a railing;

[CANCELLUS, CANCELLI] : N lattice/grate/grid; bars, barrier, enclosure; boundaries/limits (pl.); railings;

[CANCER, CANCERIS] : N crab; cancer (zodiac); the south; summer heat; cancer, disease, tumor, canker;

[CANCER, CANCRI] : N crab; cancer (zodiac); the south; summer heat; cancer, disease, tumor, canker;

[CANCER, CANCRI] : N lattice, grid; barrier;

[CANCER] : crab / the direction south / heat of summer / disease of cancer.

[CANCER] : crab/ the direction south/ heat of summer/ disease of cancer.

[CANCERASCO, CANCERASCERE, CANCERAVI, CANCERATUS] : V become cancerous; be afflicted with cancer; suppurate like a cancer;

[CANCERATICUS, CANCERATICA, CANCERATICUM] : ADJ cancerous; like a cancer;

[CANCERATUS, CANCERATA, CANCERATUM] : ADJ cancerous;

[CANCEROMA, CANCEROMATIS] : N cancer;

[CANCHREMA, CANCHREMATIS] : N cancer;

[CANCROMA, CANCROMATIS] : N cancer;

[CANDEFACIO, CANDEFACERE, CANDEFECI, CANDEFACTUS] : V make dazzling white; make glowing; heat, make hot;

[CANDEFIO, CANDEFIERI, -, CANDEFACTUS SUM] : V make dazzling white; make glow; heat, make hot;

[CANDELA, CANDELAE] : N tallow candle or taper; waxen cord; fire (l+s);

[CANDELA] : taper, candle.

[CANDELABER, CANDELABRI] : N candlearbrum; stand for holding burning candles or lamps; lamp stand;

[CANDELABRARIUS, CANDELABRARI(I)] : N maker of candlearbra/candlesticks;

[CANDELABRUM, CANDELABRI] : N candlearbrum; stand for holding burning candles or lamps; lamp stand;

[CANDELABRUM] : lamp-stand.

[CANDELABRUS, CANDELABRI] : N candlearbrum; stand for holding burning candles or lamps; lamp stand;

[CANDENS, CANDENTIS (GEN.), CANDENTIOR -OR -US, CANDENTISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ shining/bright/clear (light); (approaching) white; boiling/red-hot, glowing;

[CANDENTIA, CANDENTIAE] : N luminous area; whiteness (l+s); white clear luster;

[CANDEO, CANDERE, CANDUI] : V be of brilliant whiteness, shine, gleam (white); become/be hot; glow, sparkle;

[CANDEO] : to shine, glow, grow brilliant, sparkle.

[CANDESCO, CANDESCERE, CANDUI] : V grow/become light/bright white; begin to glisten/radiate; become (red) hot;

[CANDETUM, CANDETI] : N area of 100 or 150 square feet; (10 or 15 square meters);

[CANDICENS, CANDICENTIS (GEN.), CANDICENTIOR -OR -US, CANDICENTISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ white; approaching white;

[CANDICO, CANDICARE, CANDICAVI, CANDICATUS] : V have a white appearance; be white/whitish;

[CANDIDA, CANDIDAE] : N games/play presented by a candidate for office;

[CANDIDANS, (GEN.), CANDIDANTIS] : ADJ brilliantly white;

[CANDIDARIUS, CANDIDARII] : N baker of white bread;

[CANDIDARIUS, CANDIDARIA, CANDIDARIUM] : ADJ that bakes/makes white bread;

[CANDIDATA, CANDIDATAE] : N candidate (for office) (female); aspirant; office seeker;

[CANDIDATORIUS, CANDIDATORIA, CANDIDATORIUM] : ADJ of/pertaining to/belonging to a candidate (for office);

[CANDIDATUS, CANDIDATUS] : N candidacy (for office);

[CANDIDATUS, CANDIDATA, CANDIDATUM] : ADJ dressed in white/whitened clothes;

[CANDIDATUS, CANDIDATI] : N candidate (office) (white toga); aspirant/office seeker; one who strives for;

[CANDIDE] : ADV in white clothes; brightly/clearly/spotlessly; candidly/openly, good naturedly;

[CANDIDE] : openly, clearly, candidly.

[CANDIDO, CANDIDARE, CANDIDAVI, CANDIDATUS] : V make glittering/bright; make white;

[CANDIDULE] : ADV candidly, sincerely;

[CANDIDULUS, CANDIDULA, CANDIDULUM] : ADJ shining white; white, gleaming;

[CANDIDUM, CANDIDI] : N white (of an egg);

[CANDIDUS, CANDIDA -UM, CANDIDIOR -OR -US, CANDIDISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ bright, clear, transparent; clean/spotless; lucid; candid; kind; innocent, pure;

[CANDIDUS, CANDIDA -UM, CANDIDIOR -OR -US, CANDIDISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ radiant, unclouded; (dressed in) white; of light color; fair skinned, pale;

[CANDIDUS] : bright, shining, white.

[CANDIFICO, CANDIFICERE,] : V make dazzlingly white;

[CANDIFICUS, CANDIFICA, CANDIFICUM] : ADJ that cleans/makes white;

[CANDOR, CANDORIS] : N whiteness; snow; radiance, bright light; heat, glow; beauty; purity; kindness;

[CANDOSOCCUS, CANDOSOCCI] : N layer (of a plant);

[CANENS, (GEN.), CANENTIS] : ADJ gray, grayish; white, hoary;

[CANENTAS, CANENTATIS] : N head ornament;

[CANEO, CANERE, CANUI] : V be/become covered in white; be hoary, be white/gray (with age);

[CANEO] : to be white, aged.

[CANES, CANIS] : N dog; hound; subordinate; 'jackal'; dog-star/fish; lowest dice throw; clamp;

[CANESCO, CANESCERE,] : V become covered in white, whiten; grow old/hoary; be/grow white/gray with age;

[CANIA, CANIAE] : N kind of wild nettle;

[CANICA, CANICAE] : N bran (pl.);

[CANICULA, CANICULAE] : N bitch (also people); dog-star; dog-fish, shark; dog-days; lowest throw at dice;

[CANICULARIS, CANICULARIS, CANICULARE] : ADJ of/pertaining to the dog-star; (caniculares dies => dog days);

[CANIFERA, CANIFERAE] : N woman carrying a basket;

[CANIFORMIS, CANIFORMIS, CANIFORME] : ADJ dog-shaped, in the form of a dog; (anubis);

[CANINA, CANINAE] : N dog flesh/meat; (canis caninam non est => dog does not eat dog/is not dog meat);

[CANINUS, CANINA, CANINUM] : ADJ of/pertaining/suitable to/resembling a dog, canine; abusive, mean, snarling;

[CANIPA, CANIPAE] : N fruit basket for religious uses;

[CANIS TIMIDUS VEHEMENTIUS LATRAT QUAM MORDET. ] : PHRASE a timid dog barks more violently than it bites.

[CANIS, CANIS] : N dog; hound; subordinate; 'jackal'; dog-star/fish; lowest dice throw; clamp;

[CANIS] : dog.

[CANISTELLUM, CANISTELLI] : N basket (bread/fruit);

[CANISTRARIA, CANISTRARIAE] : N basket bearer (in religious festivals);

[CANISTRUM, CANISTRI] : N wicker basket (used for food/flowers and in sacrifices);

[CANITIA, CANITIAE] : N white/gray coloring/deposit; gray/white hair, grayness of hair; old age;

[CANITIES, CANITIEI] : N white/gray coloring/deposit; gray/white hair, grayness of hair; old age;

[CANITIES] : grey hair/ old age.

[CANITIES] : grey hair / old age.

[CANITUDO, CANITUDINIS] : N grayness of hair;

[CANNA, CANNAE] : N small reed/cane; panpipe/flute; small vessel/gondola (l+s); windpipe (medical);

[CANNABA, CANNABAE] : N hut; hovel;

[CANNABA, CANNABAE] : N hemp; hemp rope; canvas/linen (medieval);

[CANNABINUS, CANNABINA, CANNABINUM] : ADJ made of hemp, hempen, hemp-;

[CANNABIS, CANNABIS] : N hemp; hemp rope; canvas/linen (medieval);

[CANNABIUS, CANNABIA, CANNABIUM] : ADJ made of hemp, hempen, hemp-;

[CANNABUM, CANNABI] : N hemp; hemp rope; canvas/linen (medieval);

[CANNABUS, CANNABI] : N hemp; hemp rope; canvas/linen (medieval);

[CANNETUM, CANNETI] : N thicket of reeds;

[CANNEUS, CANNEA, CANNEUM] : ADJ made of reeds, reed-;

[CANNOPHORUS, CANNOPHORI] : N reed-bearer in the rites of the magna mater;

[CANNULA, CANNULAE] : N reed; small/little/low reed; windpipe (l+s);

[CANO, CANERE, CANI, CANITUS] : V sing, celebrate, chant; crow; recite; play (music)/sound (horn); foretell;

[CANO, CANERE, CECINI, CANTUS] : V sing, celebrate, chant; crow; recite; play (music)/sound (horn); foretell;

[CANON, CANONIS] : N catalog of sacred writings admitted by the rule, the canon; cannon/guns (pl.);

[CANON, CANONIS] : N sounding-board/channel of water organ; model/standard; measuring line, rule;

[CANON, CANONIS] : N canon, member of a cathedral chapter or canonry, augustinian.;

[CANON, CANONOS/IS] : N sounding-board/channel of water organ; model/standard; measuring line, rule;

[CANONICARIUS, CANONICARI(I)] : N collector of annual tribute;

[CANONICE] : ADV according to church discipline; regularly;

[CANONICUM, CANONICI] : N theory (pl.); canon;

[CANONICUS, CANONICA, CANONICUM] : ADJ canonical/by the canons/legal/lawful/right; by math divisions of monochord (old)

[CANONICUS, CANONICA, CANONICUM] : ADJ regular (of a monastary); secular (of a cathedral);

[CANONICUS, CANONICI] : N one of the rule; clergyman; canon, prebendary;

[CANONICUS, CANONICI] : N one who constructs mathematical/astronomical tables; theorists;

[CANONICUS] : canonical, according to the canons, legal, lawful, right.

[CANONIZO, CANONIZARE, CANONIZAVI, CANONIZATUS] : V canonize, elevate to sainthood; include in canon of scripture; reduce to rules;

[CANONUS] : canon, member of a cathedral chapter or canonry, Augustinian.

[CANOR, CANORIS] : N song, vocal music; tune, melody; birdsong; music of instruments; poetic strain;

[CANORE] : ADV melodiously; harmoniously; tunefully;

[CANORUM, CANORI] : N melody, charm (in speaking);

[CANORUS, CANORA, CANORUM] : ADJ melodious, harmonious; resonant, ringing, sonorous; tuneful; songful, vocal;

[CANTABILIS, CANTABILIS, CANTABILE] : ADJ worthy to be sung;

[CANTABRARIUS, CANTABRARII] : N standard-bearer on festive occasions;

[CANTABRIGIA, CANTABRIGIAE] : N cambridge;

[CANTABRUM, CANTABRI] : N kind of banner/standard under the emperors; kind of bran;

[CANTABUNDUS, CANTABUNDA, CANTABUNDUM] : ADJ singing; chanting;

[CANTAMEN, CANTAMINIS] : N spell that is sung/chanted; magic sentence; spell, charm, incantation;

[CANTATIO, CANTATIONIS] : N singing; song, music; spell, charm, incantation (l+s);

[CANTATOR, CANTATORIS] : N singer; musician; minstrel;

[CANTATRIX, (GEN.), CANTATRICIS] : ADJ that uses incantations/enchantments (feminine adjective); singing, musical;

[CANTATRIX, CANTATRICIS] : N singer, musician (female);

[CANTENATUS, CANTENATA, CANTENATUM] : ADJ chained, fettered;

[CANTERIATUS, CANTERIATA, CANTERIATUM] : ADJ supported on a canterius (light pi-shaped prop/'horse' for vines); propped;

[CANTERINUS, CANTERINA, CANTERINUM] : ADJ of/belonging to a horse, horse-; like a horse; variety of barley (winter l+s);

[CANTERIOLUS, CANTERIOLI] : N small vine-supporting prop/'horse';

[CANTERIUS, CANTERI(I)] : N poor-quality horse, hack, nag, gelding; rafter; pi-shaped vine prop/'horse';

[CANTHARIAS, CANTHARIAE] : N a precious stone; (having in it a figure of a spanish fly l+s);

[CANTHARIS, CANTHARIDIS] : N blister-beetle (cantharis vesicatoria); spanish fly (medicine/poison); a worm;

[CANTHARITES, CANTHARITAE] : N wine from the vine cantharites; a kind of vine (l+s);

[CANTHARULUS, CANTHARULI] : N small drinking vessel with handles;

[CANTHARUS, CANTHARI] : N large drinking vessel with handles; bowl/basin of fountain; black sea bream;

[CANTHARUS, CANTHARI] : N vessel of holy water; water pipe;

[CANTHERIATUS, CANTHERIATA, CANTHERIATUM] : ADJ supported on a canterius (light pi-shaped prop/'horse' for vines); propped;

[CANTHERINUS, CANTHERINA, CANTHERINUM] : ADJ of/belonging to a horse, horse-; like a horse; variety of barley (winter l+s);

[CANTHERIOLUS, CANTHERIOLI] : N small vine-supporting prop/'horse';

[CANTHERIUS, CANTHERI(I)] : N poor-quality horse, hack, nag, gelding; rafter; pi-shaped vine prop/'horse';

[CANTHERIUS] : horse, gelding.

[CANTHUS, CANTHI] : N tire, iron ring around a carriage wheel; wheel;

[CANTICULUM, CANTICULI] : N song; little song; sonnet (l+s); short incantation;

[CANTICUM, CANTICI] : N song; passage in a comedy chanted or sung; sing-song voice;

[CANTICUS, CANTICA, CANTICUM] : ADJ musical;

[CANTILENA, CANTILENAE] : N oft repeated saying; refrain; ditty/little song; silly prattle (l+s); lampoon;

[CANTILENOSUS, CANTILENOSA, CANTILENOSUM] : ADJ pertaining to song; poetic;

[CANTILLO, CANTILLARE, CANTILLAVI, CANTILLATUS] : V sing low; hum;

[CANTILO, CANTILARE, CANTILAVI, CANTILATUS] : V sing;

[CANTIO, CANTIONIS] : N song; singing (birds); playing, music (instrumental); incantation, spell;

[CANTITO, CANTITARE, CANTITAVI, CANTITATUS] : V sing; sing repeatedly, sing over and over; sing/play often (l+s);

[CANTIUNCULA, CANTIUNCULAE] : N (mere) song; flattering/alluring strain (l+s);

[CANTO, CANTARE, CANTAVI, CANTATUS] : V sing; play (roles/music); recite; praise, celebrate; forewarn; enchant, bewitch;

[CANTO] : to sing.

[CANTOR, CANTORIS] : N singer, poet; actor (of musical parts in play); precentor, cantor; eulogist;

[CANTOR] : singer, choir master.

[CANTRIX, CANTRICIS] : N singer (female), songstress;

[CANTUARIA, CANTUARIAE] : N canterbury;

[CANTULUS, CANTULI] : N little song;

[CANTURIO, CANTURIRE, CANTURIVI, CANTURITUS] : V recite with musical intonation; sing continuously (birds); chirp;

[CANTUS, CANTI] : N tire, iron ring around a carriage wheel; wheel;

[CANTUS, CANTUS] : N song, chant; singing; cry (bird); blast (trumpet); poem, poetry; incantation;

[CANUA, CANUAE] : N basket;

[CANUM, CANI] : N wicker basket (used for food/flowers and in sacrifices);

[CANUS, CANA, CANUM] : ADJ white, gray; aged, old, wise; hoary; foamy, white-capped; white w/snow/frost;

[CANUS, CANI] : N gray hairs (pl.); old age;

[CANUSINA, CANUSINAE] : N garment of made of canusian wool; (canusium/canosa town in apulia);

[CANUSINATUS, CANUSINATA, CANUSINATUM] : ADJ dressed in garments of canusian wool;

[CANUTUS, CANUTA, CANUTUM] : ADJ gray;

[CAPA, CAPAE] : N cape, cloak, cassock, cope.

[CAPABILIS, CAPABILIS, CAPABILE] : ADJ comprehensible; intelligent;

[CAPACITAS, CAPACITATIS] : N capacity, largeness; ability (mental/legal/to inherit); power of comprehension;

[CAPACITER] : ADV rightfully to inherit;

[CAPAX, CAPACIS (GEN.), CAPACIOR -OR -US, CAPACISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ large, spacious, roomy, big; capable, fit, competent; has right to inherit;

[CAPEDO, CAPEDINIS] : N bowl used in sacrifices;

[CAPEDULUM, CAPEDULI] : N kind of covering for the head;

[CAPEDUNCULA, CAPEDUNCULAE] : N small pot/vessel/bowl/dish; (used for sacrifices l+s);

[CAPELLA, CAPELLAE] : N she-goat; meteor type; star in constellation auriga (rising in rainy season);

[CAPELLA, CAPELLAE] : N dirty fellow, old goat; man with a goat-like beard; body odor;

[CAPELLA] : female goat, nannyİgoat.

[CAPELLIANUS, CAPELLIANA, CAPELLIANUM] : ADJ of/pertaining to goats; eaten by goats;

[CAPELLUS, CAPELLI] : N small goat; kid;

[CAPER, CAPRI] : N he-goat, billy-goat; goatish/armpit smell; star in auriga (l+s); grunting fish;

[CAPERATUS, CAPERATA, CAPERATUM] : ADJ wrinkled;

[CAPERRATUS, CAPERRATA, CAPERRATUM] : ADJ wrinkled; furled (sails);

[CAPERRO, CAPERRARE, CAPERRAVI, CAPERRATUS] : V be/become wrinkled; wrinkle (l+s); furl (sails);

[CAPESSO, CAPESSERE, CAPESSIVI, CAPESSITUS] : V grasp, take, seize eagerly; undertake, manage; pursue w/zeal; carry out orders;

[CAPETUM, CAPETI] : N fodder for cattle;

[CAPH, UNDECLINED] : N kaf; (11th letter of hebrew alphabet); (transliterate as k and ch);

[CAPHISTERIUM, CAPHISTERII] : N vessel used for cleaning/separating seed-grain from the rest;

[CAPIDULUM, CAPIDULI] : N kind of covering for the head;

[CAPILLACEUS, CAPILLACEA, CAPILLACEUM] : ADJ resembling/similar to hair; like hair; made of hair (l+s);

[CAPILLAMENTUM, CAPILLAMENTI] : N head of hair; toupee/wig; hair-like fiber; thread of metal; streak/flaw in gem;

[CAPILLARE, CAPILLARIS] : N ointment/unguent for the hair; pomade;

[CAPILLARIS, CAPILLARIS, CAPILLARE] : ADJ of/pertaining to the hair; (~ herba => plant capillus veneris);

[CAPILLATIO, CAPILLATIONIS] : N the hair; disease of the urinary organs;

[CAPILLATURA, CAPILLATURAE] : N hair-like flawing in a gem; the hair (l+s); false hair;

[CAPILLATUS, CAPILLATI] : N long hairs (pl.); young aristocrats;

[CAPILLATUS, CAPILLATA, CAPILLATUM] : ADJ having long hair (older generation/foreign peoples/boys); hairy; hair-like;

[CAPILLITIUM, CAPILLITII] : N head of hair;

[CAPILLOSUS, CAPILLOSA, CAPILLOSUM] : ADJ full of hair; very hairy;

[CAPILLULUS, CAPILLULI] : N fine/soft hair;

[CAPILLUS, CAPILLI] : N hair; hair of head; single hair; hair/fur/wool of animals; hair-like fiber;

[CAPILLUS] : hair.

[CAPIO, CAPERE, ADDITIONAL, FORMS] : V take hold, seize; grasp; take bribe; arrest/capture; put on; occupy; captivate;

[CAPIO, CAPERE, CEPI, CAPTUS] : V take hold, seize; grasp; take bribe; arrest/capture; put on; occupy; captivate;

[CAPIO, CAPIONIS] : N taking/seizing; (usus ~ => getting ownership by continued possession);

[CAPIO] : to rent, hire/ seize, arrest.

[CAPIO] : to rent, hire / seize, arrest

[CAPIO] : to seize, take, choose/ attack, injure/ comprehend.

[CAPIO] : to take, choose/ attack, injure/ comprehend.

[CAPIS, CAPIDIS] : N cup/bowl with handle used mainly for ritual purposes;

[CAPIS, CAPIDOS/IS] : N cup/bowl with handle used mainly for ritual purposes;

[CAPISSO, CAPISSERE, CAPISSIVI, CAPISSITUS] : V grasp, take, seize eagerly; undertake, manage; pursue w/zeal; carry out orders;

[CAPISTERIUM, CAPISTERII] : N vessel used for cleaning/separating seed-grain from the rest;

[CAPISTRARIUS, CAPISTRARII] : N halter-maker;

[CAPISTRO, CAPISTRARE, CAPISTRAVI, CAPISTRATUS] : V provide with a halter, put a halter on a horse; fasten with a headstall; bind;

[CAPISTRO] : to halter, put a halter on a horse.

[CAPISTRUM, CAPISTRI] : N halter/headstall/harness, muzzle; matrimonial halter (l+s); band for vines;

[CAPISTRUM] : halter, harness, mazzle.

[CAPITAGIUM] : poll tax.

[CAPITAL, CAPITALIS] : N capital crime/punishment (loss of life or civil rights); priestess headband;

[CAPITALE, CAPITALIS] : N capital crime/punishment (loss of life or civil rights); priestess headband;

[CAPITALE] : cattle, possessions, chattels.

[CAPITALIS, CAPITALE, CAPITALIOR -OR -US, CAPITALISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ belonging to the head/life; deadly, mortal; dangerous; excellent, first-rate;

[CAPITALITER] : ADV with bitter/lethal hostility;

[CAPITANEUS, CAPITANEA, CAPITANEUM] : ADJ large, chief in size; capital (letters);

[CAPITARIUS, CAPITARIA, CAPITARIUM] : ADJ levied per head, per capita; poll-;

[CAPITATIO, CAPITATIONIS] : N poll tax, tax levied per head/capita; outlay for beasts used in public service;

[CAPITATUS, CAPITATA, CAPITATUM] : ADJ having or forming a head;

[CAPITELLUM, CAPITELLI] : N small head; capital/chapiter of a column;

[CAPITILAVIUM, CAPITILAVII] : N washing of the head;

[capitis] head/ top, summit/ chief/ capital/ leader, captain.

[CAPITIUM, CAPITII] : N covering for the head; opening in tunic for head; undervest; priest's vestment;

[CAPITIUM, CAPITII] : N kind of tunic worn by women;

[CAPITO, (GEN.), CAPITONIS] : ADJ big-headed, having a large head (masculine adjective); cognomen; kind of mullet;

[CAPITOLIUM, CAPITOLII] : N capitol; the capitoline hill in rome;

[CAPITOLIUM, CAPITOLII] : N religious/cathedral chapter, chapter meeting/house; right of cofraternity;

[CAPITULARE, CAPITULARIS] : N head/poll-tax or levy;

[CAPITULARIS, CAPITULARIS, CAPITULARE] : ADJ relating to head/poll-tax or levy;

[CAPITULARIUM, CAPITULARII] : N head/poll-tax or levy;

[CAPITULARIUS, CAPITULARII] : N tax gathers (pl.), revenue officers; recruiting officers;

[CAPITULARIUS, CAPITULARIA, CAPITULARIUM] : ADJ relating to recruiting of soldiers;

[CAPITULATIM] : ADV by headings; summarily;

[CAPITULATUS, CAPITULATA, CAPITULATUM] : ADJ having a (small) head or terminal knob;

[CAPITULUM, CAPITULI] : N chapter/article (in book); religious/cathedral chapter, chapter meeting/house;

[CAPITULUM, CAPITULI] : N little head; piles/hemorrhoids; flower-head/seed-capsule; head of a structure;

[CAPITULUS] : chapter (of a book)/ chapter, chapter meeting, chapter house.

[CAPITULUS] : chapter, chapter meeting, chapter house.

[CAPITUM, CAPITI] : N fodder for cattle;

[CAPNIAS, CAPNIAE] : N smoky specimen/variety of some precious stone; smoky topaz (l+s); kind of wine;

[CAPNION, CAPNII] : N plant, funitory, pes gallinaceus; (fumaria officinalis/corydaltis digitalia);

[CAPNION] : ADJ name of vine with grapes of smoky appearance;

[CAPNIOS, CAPNII] : N kind of wine from grapes of smoky appearance;

[CAPNIOS, CAPNIOS] : ADJ name of vine with grapes of smoky appearance;

[CAPNITESES, CAPNITAE] : N smoky specimen/variety of some precious stone; smoky topas (l+s); kind of wine;

[CAPNITIS, CAPNITIDIS] : N substance deposited by smoke from copper furnace, zno; smoky precious stone;

[CAPNOS, CAPNI] : N plant, funitory, pes gallinaceus; (fumaria officinalis/corydaltis digitalia);

[CAPO, CAPONIS] : N capon; young cockerel?;

[CAPPA, CAPPAE] : N cape, cloak, cassock, cope.

[CAPPARA, CAPPARAE] : N plant (also called portulacca);

[CAPPARI, UNDECLINED] : N caper plant (capparis spinosa); fruit of the caper, caper;

[CAPPARIS, CAPPAROS/IS] : N caper plant (capparis spinosa); fruit of the caper, caper;

[CAPPARIS] : caper-bush, caper (buds of Capparis spinosa) Capparis spinosa (L.)

[CAPPAS, CAPPADOS/IS] : N sea horse;

[CAPRA, CAPRAE] : N she-goat, nanny-goat; (caprae palus => on campus martius/circus flaminus site);

[CAPRA] : she-goat.

[CAPRAGENUS, CAPRAGENA, CAPRAGENUM] : ADJ of the flesh of wild goats;

[CAPRAGO, CAPRAGINIS] : N plant, also called cicer columbinum;

[CAPRALE, CAPRALIS] : N field/marsh/swamp fit only for goats;

[CAPRARIUS, CAPRARI(I)] : N goatherd;

[CAPRARIUS, CAPRARIA, CAPRARIUM] : ADJ of/pertaining to the goat;

[CAPREA, CAPREAE] : N roe deer; wild she-goat (l+s);

[CAPREAGINUS, CAPREAGINA, CAPREAGINUM] : ADJ resembling a roe-deer (mottled);

[CAPREIDA, CAPREIDAE] : N diuretic? plant;

[CAPREOLA, CAPREOLAE] : N young roe doe;

[CAPREOLATIM] : ADV like twisted tendrils; in a winding/twisting manner;

[CAPREOLUS, CAPREOLI] : N young roe-deer; wild goat/chamois; rafter, support; vine tendril; weeding fork;

[CAPREOLUS] : roebuck.

[CAPRICORNUS, CAPRICORNI] : N capricorn, a sign of the zodiac;

[CAPRIFICATIO, CAPRIFICATIONIS] : N caprification, by which gall insects emerge to fertilize/puncture the wild fig;

[CAPRIFICO, CAPRIFICARE,] : V caprificate, fertilize by caprification (insects/hand puncturing the wild fig);

[CAPRIFICUS, CAPRIFICUS] : N wild fig tree; fruit of the wild fig tree, wild fig;

[CAPRIFICUS, CAPRIFICI] : N wild fig tree; fruit of the wild fig tree, wild fig;

[CAPRIGENA, CAPRIGENAE] : N goats (pl.);

[CAPRIGENUS, CAPRIGENI] : N goats (pl.);

[CAPRIGENUS, CAPRIGENA, CAPRIGENUM] : ADJ of/consisting of/sprung from goats, goat-;

[CAPRILE, CAPRILIS] : N goat pen/stall;

[CAPRILIS, CAPRILIS, CAPRILE] : ADJ of/belonging to goats;

[CAPRIMULGUS, CAPRIMULGI] : N country bumpkin, goat-milker; nightjar/goatsucker (bird caprimulgus europaeus);

[CAPRINA, CAPRINAE] : N goat flesh/meat;

[CAPRINARIUS, CAPRINARII] : N devotee of pan;

[CAPRINUS, CAPRINA, CAPRINUM] : ADJ of/belonging to/consisting of/resembling goats; (lactuca ~a => kind of spurge);

[CAPRIOLUS, CAPRIOLI] : N young roe-deer; wild goat/chamois; rafter, support; vine tendril; weeding fork;

[CAPRIPES, (GEN.), CAPRIPEDIS] : ADJ goat-footed; (epithet for rural deities);

[CAPRONA, CAPRONAE] : N forelocks (pl.); (hair hanging down on forehead of men/animals);

[CAPRONEA, CAPRONEAE] : N forelocks (pl.); (hair hanging down on forehead of men/animals);

[CAPRUGENUS, CAPRUGENA, CAPRUGENUM] : ADJ of the flesh of wild goats;

[CAPRUGINUS, CAPRUGINA, CAPRUGINUM] : ADJ of roe-deer;

[CAPRUNCULUM, CAPRUNCULI] : N earthenware vessel;

[CAPSA, CAPSAE] : N cylindrical case (for books), bookcase; receptacle for things, box, satchel;

[CAPSARIUS, CAPSARI(I)] : N slave toting boy's bookcase/satchel; who minded clothes at bath; satchelmaker;

[CAPSELLA, CAPSELLAE] : N small box/casket; coffer;

[CAPSO, CAPSERE,] : V seize (only pres form which is fut); take bribe; capture; occupy; captivate;

[CAPSULA, CAPSULAE] : N small box for books; chest, casket;

[CAPSUS, CAPSI] : N coach/carriage/wagon body; cage/pen for animals;

[CAPTATIO, CAPTATIONIS] : N action of straining after; legacy-hunting; feint to attract stroke (fencing);

[CAPTATOR, CAPTATORIS] : N legacy hunter; one who strives to obtain/eagerly reaches for/grasps at/courts;

[CAPTATORIUS, CAPTATORIA, CAPTATORIUM] : ADJ of/concerning legacy-hunting/hunters; (~as institutiones => mutual heirs);

[CAPTATRIX, (GEN.), CAPTATRICIS] : ADJ straining after, striving to obtain; (feminine adjective);

[CAPTATRIX, CAPTATRICIS] : N she who strives to obtain/eagerly reaches for/grasps at/courts;

[CAPTENSULA, CAPTENSULAE] : N fallacious argument; sophism;

[CAPTIBILIS, CAPTIBILIS, CAPTIBILE] : ADJ that can take;

[CAPTIO, CAPTIONIS] : N deception/trick/fraud; disadvantage, loss; a sophistry/quibble; right to take;

[CAPTIO] : imprisonment.

[CAPTIOSE] : ADV in a manner to score over a person/take him in/deceive him; insidiously;

[CAPTIOSUM, CAPTIOSI] : N sophisms (pl.);

[CAPTIOSUS, CAPTIOSA -UM, CAPTIOSIOR -OR -US, CAPTIOSISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ harmful, disadvantageous; captious, intended to ensnare (arguments), deceptive;

[CAPTITO, CAPTITARE, CAPTITAVI, CAPTITATUS] : V snatch at; strive eagerly after;

[CAPTIUNCULA, CAPTIUNCULAE] : N quirk; sophism, fallacy;

[CAPTIVA, CAPTIVAE] : N prisoner (female), captive;

[CAPTIVAS] : captivity.

[CAPTIVATIO, CAPTIVATIONIS] : N subjugation; enslavement;

[CAPTIVATOR, CAPTIVATORIS] : N captor, one who takes captive;

[CAPTIVITAS, CAPTIVITATIS] : N captivity/bondage; capture/act of being captured; blindness; captives (plater);

[CAPTIVNCULA, CAPTIVNCULAE] : N legal quirk or snare;

[CAPTIVO, CAPTIVARE, CAPTIVAVI, CAPTIVATUS] : V take captive;

[CAPTIVO] : to take captive.

[CAPTIVUS, CAPTIVA, CAPTIVUM] : ADJ caught, taken captive; captured (in war), imprisoned; conquered; of captives;

[CAPTIVUS, CAPTIVI] : N prisoner of war (likely male, but maybe female), captive;

[CAPTIVUS] : captive.

[CAPTO, CAPTARE, CAPTAVI, CAPTATUS] : V try/long/aim for, desire; entice; hunt legacy; try to catch/grasp/seize/reach;

[CAPTO] : to grab, try to get, grab at.

[CAPTO] : to seize, catch at/ strive after, desire, seek.

[CAPTOR, CAPTORIS] : N hunter, huntsman, he who catches animals/game;

[CAPTRIX, CAPTRICIS] : N huntress; she who takes/catches; she who despoils;

[CAPTUM, CAPTI] : N a catch; (e.g. fish);

[CAPTURA, CAPTURAE] : N taking/catching wild game; bag, total game caught; gain, take; making profits;

[CAPTUS, CAPTA, CAPTUM] : ADJ captured, captive;

[CAPTUS, CAPTUS] : N capacity/ability/potentiality; comprehension; action/result of taking/grasping;

[CAPTUS] : a catching, taking/ power or manner of comprehension/ idea.

[CAPTUS] : taken, captured, prisoner.

[CAPUDO, CAPUDINIS] : N primitive sacrificial vessel;

[CAPULA, CAPULAE] : N small sacrificial bowl/cup; (with handles l+s);

[CAPULARIS, CAPULARIS, CAPULARE] : ADJ ready for the bier, having one foot in the grave; of/near the grave/bier;

[CAPULATIO] : decapitation.

[CAPULATOR, CAPULATORIS] : N man who draws from oil press; decanter, who pours from vessel to other (l+s);

[CAPULO, CAPULARE, CAPULAVI, CAPULATUS] : V draw off oil from the oil press; attach/halter (cattle); catch (animals);

[CAPULUM, CAPULI] : N sword-hilt/handle; handle of other implements; bier, coffin;

[CAPULUM, CAPULI] : N sepulcher, tomb, scacophagus; halter for catching/fastening cattle, lasso;

[CAPULUM] : hilt.

[CAPULUS, CAPULI] : N sepulcher, tomb, scacophagus; halter for catching/fastening cattle, lasso;

[CAPULUS, CAPULI] : N sword-hilt/handle; handle of other implements; bier, coffin;

[CAPULUS] : coffin/ handle/ hilt of a sword.

[CAPUS, CAPI] : N capon; young cockerel?;

[CAPUT IEIUNIUS] : Ash Wednesday.

[CAPUT MANSUS] : the chief residence of a village, manor house.

[CAPUT, CAPITIS] : N head; person; life; leader; top; source/mouth (river); capital (punishment);

[CAPUT] : capitis ; head / top, summit / chief.

[CAPUTALIS, CAPUTALE, CAPUTALIOR -OR -US, CAPUTALISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ belonging to the head/life; deadly, mortal; dangerous; excellent, first-rate;

[CARABUS, CARABI] : N crustacean, crayfish; sea crab (l+s); small wicker boat covered in raw hide;

[CARACALLA, CARACALLAE] : N long tunic/great-coat worn by the gauls; (name for emperor antonius caracalla);

[CARACALLIS, CARACALLIS] : N long tunic/great-coat worn by the gauls;

[CARACTER, CARACTERIS] : N branded/impressed letter/mark/etc; marking instrument; stamp, character, style;

[CARAGOGOS, CARAGOGI] : N medicinal plant;

[CARBAS, CARBAE] : N easterly wind; east-northeast wind (l+s);

[CARBASA] : (-orum, n.) flax, flaxen, made of flax.

[CARBASEUS, CARBASEA, CARBASEUM] : ADJ made of linen/flax;

[CARBASEUS] : made of canvas.

[CARBASINEUS, CARBASINEA, CARBASINEUM] : ADJ made of linen/flax;

[CARBASINUM, CARBASINI] : N clothes (pl.) made of linen/flax;

[CARBASINUS, CARBASINA, CARBASINUM] : ADJ made of linen/flax;

[CARBASUM, CARBASI] : N plant with narcotic juice;

[CARBASUM] : canvas sail.

[CARBASUS, CARBASA, CARBASUM] : ADJ made of linen/flax;

[CARBASUS, CARBASI] : N linen (cloth); fine linen, cambric; canvas; sail; linen garment/clothes; awning;

[CARBASUS] : heteroclite.

[CARBATINA, CARBATINAE] : N kind of rustic leather shoe;

[CARBATINUS, CARBATINA, CARBATINUM] : ADJ made of hide;

[CARBO, CARBONIS] : N charcoal; glowing coal; pencil/marker; worthless thing; charred remains;

[CARBO] : carbonis ; carbon, coal, charcoal.

[CARBO] : carbonis ; carbon, coal, charcoal/ burning wood, burnt wood.

[CARBONARIA, CARBONARIAE] : N furnace/chimney/oven for making charcoal (by burning wood/etc.);

[CARBONARIUS, CARBONARIA, CARBONARIUM] : ADJ of/relating to charcoal;

[CARBONARIUS, CARBONARI(I)] : N charcoal-burner, collier;

[CARBONARIUS] : a charcoal burner.

[CARBONESCO, CARBONESCERE,] : V become charcoal;

[CARBUNCULATIO, CARBUNCULATIONIS] : N affliction with a form of vine blight; disease of trees (l+s);

[CARBUNCULO, CARBUNCULARE, CARBUNCULAVI, CARBUNCULATUS] : V be afflicted with a form of vine blight;

[CARBUNCULOR, CARBUNCULARI, -, CARBUNCULATUS SUM] : V be afflicted with a form of vine blight;

[CARBUNCULOSUS, CARBUNCULOSA, CARBUNCULOSUM] : ADJ containing tophus (variety of sandstone); containing red toph-stone (l+s);

[CARBUNCULUS, CARBUNCULI] : N live coal; red tophus; precious stone; a vine blight; carbuncle/tumor/anthrax;

[CARBUNICA, CARBUNICAE] : N variety of vine;

[CARCEDONIUS, CARCEDONII] : N chalcedony; (stone of third foundation of new jerusalem in revelations 21] : 19);

[CARCER, CARCERIS] : N prison, jail; jailbird; starting barriers at race-course, traps; beginning;

[CARCER] : prison, cell, jail, dungeon.

[CARCERALIS, CARCERALIS, CARCERALE] : ADJ of/pertaining to/connected with prison;

[CARCERARIUS, CARCERARII] : N prison keeper, jailer;

[CARCERARIUS, CARCERARIA, CARCERARIUM] : ADJ of/pertaining to/connected with prison;

[CARCERES] : the starting-place of a race course.

[CARCEREUS, CARCEREA, CARCEREUM] : ADJ of/pertaining to/connected with prison;

[CARCHARUS, CARCHARI] : N kind of fish; kind of dog fish (l+s);

[CARCHESIUM, CARCHESI(I)] : N type of drinking-cup/beaker; mast-head of ship; kind of derrick, crane;

[CARCHESIUM] : a goblet with handles/ top of a mast/ scuttle.

[CARCINETHRON, CARCINETHRI] : N plant (also called polygonon), knotgrass; (pure latin geniculata);

[CARCINIAS, CARCINIAE] : N crab-colored precious stone;

[CARCINODES, CARCINODES, CARCINODES] : ADJ cancerous, polypous;

[CARCINODES, CARCINODIS] : N cancerous disease; cancer;

[CARCINOMA, CARCINOMATIS] : N ulcer or tumor (malignant?); (term of reproach by augustus for julia/agrippa);

[CARCINOTHRON, CARCINOTHRI] : N plant (also called polygonon), knotgrass; (pure latin geniculata);

[CARDAMINA, CARDAMINAE] : N cress-like plant;

[CARDAMOMUM, CARDAMOMI] : N cardamom (elettaris cardamomum); its seeds (used in medicine/spice);

[CARDAMUM, CARDAMI] : N cress-like plant; (pure latin nasturtium);

[CARDELIS, CARDELIS] : N goldfinch (fringilla carduelis); thistle-finch (l+s);

[CARDIACUS, CARDIACA, CARDIACUM] : ADJ of the heart or stomach; suffering in the stomach;

[CARDIACUS, CARDIACI] : N person suffering from heartburn or stomach distress;

[CARDIACUS] : of the stomach.

[CARDIMOMA, CARDIMOMAE] : N pain in the stomach, stomach ache;

[CARDINALIS, CARDINALIS] : N cardinal, prince of the catholic church; (elector of popes);

[CARDINALIS, CARDINALIS, CARDINALE] : ADJ that serves as a hinge/pivot/on which something turns/depends; chief, cardinal;

[CARDINALITER] : ADV chiefly, principally; especially;

[CARDINATUS, CARDINATA, CARDINATUM] : ADJ mortised; hinged to;

[CARDINEUS, CARDINEA, CARDINEUM] : ADJ of/by hinges; of/pertaining to door-hinge;

[CARDO DUPLEX] : a cardinal point/ main consideration.

[CARDO DUPLEX] : ends of the earth's axis.

[CARDO, CARDINIS] : N hinge; pole, axis; chief point/circumstance; crisis; tenon/mortise; area; limit;

[CARDO] : -inis, m.) a hinge/ pole or pivot.

[CARDUELIS, CARDUELIS] : N goldfinch (fringilla carduelis); thistle-finch (l+s);

[CARDUETUS, CARDUETI] : N thicket of thistle;

[CARDUUS, CARDUI] : N thistle; prickly bur/seed-vessel; cardoon (artichoke-like vegetable);

[CARDUUS] : thistle.

[CARE, CARIUS, CARISSIME] : ADV dear, at high price; of high value; at great cost/sacrifice;

[CARE] : ADV dearly; at a high price;

[CARECTUM, CARECTI] : N bed/plot of sedges/rushes;

[CARECTUM] : sedgy spot, place thick with rushes.

[CARENARIA, CARENARIAE] : N vessel for making carenum (sweet wine boiled down one third);

[CARENUM, CARENI] : N sweet wine boiled down one third;

[CAREO, CARERE, CARUI, CARITUS] : V be without/absent from/devoid of/free from; miss; abstain from, lack, lose;

[CAREO] : (+ abl. of sep.) be without, be deprived of, lack, want.

[CAREO] : (+ abl.) to absent oneself from.

[CAREO] : to feel the want of.

[CAREOR, CARERI, -, CARITUS SUM] : V be without/absent from/devoid of/free from; miss; abstain from, lack, lose;

[CAREOTA, CAREOTAE] : N date; nut-shaped date (l+s); (as gift on saturnalia);

[CARESCO, CARESCERE,] : V want, be without;

[CAREUM, CAREI] : N caraway;

[CAREUM] : caraway Carum carvi (L.) spice, Miller

[CAREX, CARICIS] : N reed-grass; sedges; rushes;

[CAREX] : (-icia) rush, sedge.

[CARFIATHUM, CARFIATHI] : N (superior) kind of incense; excellent kind of white frankincense;

[CARIANS, (GEN.), CARIANTIS] : ADJ decayed, rotten; defective;

[CARICA, CARICAE] : N kind of fig; (caria a country in south-west asia minor);

[CARIES, CARIEI] : N rot, rottenness, corruption, decay; caries; shriveling up; dry rot; ship worm;

[CARIES] : rottenness, corruption, decay.

[CARIES] : rottennes, corruption, decay.

[CARINA, CARINAE] : N keel, bottom of ship, hull; boat, ship, vessel; voyage; half walnut shell;

[CARINA] : the keel of a ship/ ship, vessel.

[CARINARIUS, CARINARII] : N one who dyes? brown;

[CARINATUS, CARINATA, CARINATUM] : ADJ shell-formed/shaped; like a keel/hull;

[CARINO, CARINARE, CARINAVI, CARINATUS] : V curse, abuse, revile, blame; use abusive language;

[CARINO, CARINARE, CARINAVI, CARINATUS] : V turn into/shape like a ship/hull; supply with/get/grow a shell;

[CARINOR, CARINARI,] : V curse, abuse, revile, blame; use abusive language;

[CARINUS, CARINA, CARINUM] : ADJ nut-brown (fashionable color in women's dress);

[CARIOSUS, CARIOSA, CARIOSUM] : ADJ rotten, decayed (wood/teeth); crumbly; friable, loose, porous; decayed (old);

[CARIOSUS] : rotten, decayed.

[CARIOTA, CARIOTAE] : N date; nut-shaped date (l+s); (as gift on saturnalia);

[CARIS, CARIDIS] : N kind of crustacean; shrimp/prawn?; sea-crab (l+s);

[CARIS] : (-idia f.) a kind of crab.

[CARISA, CARISAE] : N artful woman;

[CARISSUS, CARISSA, CARISSUM] : ADJ artful, sly, cunning, crafty;

[CARISTIUM, CARISTII] : N annual family banquet 3 days after parentalia (20 feb.) where feuds settled;

[CARISUS, CARISA, CARISUM] : ADJ artful, sly, cunning, crafty;

[CARITAS, CARITATIS] : N dearness; high price; love, affection, esteem, favor; charity;

[CARITAS] : charity.

[CARITAS] : dearness, affection / charity.

[CARITAS] : high price/ high cost of living/ dearness, affection.

[CARITORES, CARITORIS] : N wool-carders;

[CARMELUS, CARMELI] : N carmel; (area/mountain range in north-west palestine); beautiful hill (isaiah);

[CARMEN, CARMINIS] : N song/music; poem/play; charm; prayer, incantation, ritual/magic formula; oracle;

[CARMEN, CARMINIS] : N card for wool/flax;

[CARMEN] : song, poem.

[CARMEN] : song, poem/ prediction, incantation/ religious formula.

[CARMINABUNDUS, CARMINABUNDA, CARMINABUNDUM] : ADJ versifying;

[CARMINATIO, CARMINATIONIS] : N combing/carding (wool/flax/etc.);

[CARMINATOR, CARMINATORIS] : N carder (of wool/flax/etc.);

[CARMINO, CARMINARE, CARMINAVI, CARMINATUS] : V card (wool, etc.); produce by carding;

[CARMINO, CARMINARE, CARMINAVI, CARMINATUS] : V make verses;

[CARNALE, CARNALIS] : N carnal/sensual/worldy things; things of the flesh;

[CARNALIS, CARNALIS, CARNALE] : ADJ carnal, fleshy, bodily, sensual; of the flesh; not spiritual, worldly;

[CARNALITAS, CARNALITATIS] : N carnality, sensuality, fleshiness;

[CARNALITER] : ADV carnally, sensually; not spiritually;

[CARNARIUM, CARNARI(I)] : N meat rack (for smoking/drying); larder/pantry (l+s);

[CARNARIUS, CARNARI(I)] : N dealer in meat; butcher;

[CARNARIUS, CARNARIA, CARNARIUM] : ADJ of/pertaining to/belonging to flesh;

[CARNATIO, CARNATIONIS] : N fleshiness, bulk, corpulence, heaviness;

[CARNATUS, CARNATA, CARNATUM] : ADJ fleshy, fat, corpulent;

[CARNERO] : butcher, seller of meat,

[CARNERO] : steer, cow.

[CARNEUS, CARNEA, CARNEUM] : ADJ of the flesh, carnal; not spiritual;

[CARNEUS] : made of flesh.

[CARNIC, CARNICIS] : N fodder plant, tree-medick medicago arborea; wood of this; scrubby snail-clover (

[CARNICULA, CARNICULAE] : N flesh;

[CARNIFEX, (GEN.), CARNIFICIS] : ADJ tormenting, torturing; murderous, killing; deadly;

[CARNIFEX, CARNIFICIS] : N executioner, hangman; murderer, butcher, torturer; scoundrel, villain;

[CARNIFEX] : executioner, hangman.

[CARNIFICINA, CARNIFICINAE] : N work/act/office of executioner/torturer; torture/execution; capital punishment;

[CARNIFICINA] : the work of a hangman, execution/ torture.

[CARNIFICIUS, CARNIFICIA, CARNIFICIUM] : ADJ of/pertaining to an executioner/hangman/torturer;

[CARNIFICO, CARNIFICARE, CARNIFICAVI, CARNIFICATUS] : V execute; behead; butcher; cut in pieces, mangle;

[CARNIFICO] : behead, mangle, mutilate.

[CARNIFICOR, CARNIFICARI,] : V execute; behead; butcher; cut in pieces, mangle;

[CARNIFICUS, CARNIFICA, CARNIFICUM] : ADJ butchering;

[CARNIGER, CARNIGERA, CARNIGERUM] : ADJ bearing flesh;

[CARNIS, CARNIS] : N meat/flesh; the body; pulp/flesh of plants, sapwood; soft part; low passions;

[CARNIVORUS, CARNIVORA, CARNIVORUM] : ADJ carnivorous, flesh-eating;

[CARNOSUS, CARNOSA -UM, CARNOSIOR -OR -US, CARNOSISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ fleshy; characterized by flesh; consisting of meat; fleshy in color/appearance;

[CARNUFEX, (GEN.), CARNUFICIS] : ADJ tormenting, torturing; murderous, killing; deadly;

[CARNUFEX, CARNUFICIS] : N executioner, hangman; murderer, butcher, torturer; scoundrel, villain;

[CARNUFICINA, CARNUFICINAE] : N work/act/office of executioner/torturer; torture/execution; capital punishment;

[CARNUFICIUS, CARNUFICIA, CARNUFICIUM] : ADJ of/pertaining to an executioner/hangman/torturer;

[CARNUFICO, CARNUFICARE, CARNUFICAVI, CARNUFICATUS] : V execute; behead; butcher; cut in pieces, mangle;

[CARNUFICOR, CARNUFICARI,] : V execute; behead; butcher; cut in pieces, mangle;

[CARNUFICUS, CARNUFICA, CARNUFICUM] : ADJ butchering;

[CARNULENTUS, CARNULENTA, CARNULENTUM] : ADJ like flesh;

[CARNUTES, CARTNUTIS] : N carnutes, tribe of central gaul, around loire - caesar;

[CARO, CARERE,] : V card/comb (wool/flax/etc.);

[CARO, CARNIS] : N meat, flesh; the body; pulpy/fleshy part of plants, sapwood; soft part;

[CARO] : (carnis f.) flesh, meat/ the human body.

[CARO] : ADV dearly; dear, at a high price;

[CAROENUM, CAROENI] : N sweet wine boiled down one third;

[CAROLUS, CAROLI] : N charles; (charlemagne, 742-814, king of franks, first holy roman emperor);

[CAROS, CARI] : N variety/seed of the plant hypericum; heavy sleep, stupor, sleep of death (l+s);

[CAROTA, CAROTAE] : N carrot;

[CAROTIS, CAROTIDIS] : N carotid arteries (pl.);

[CARPA, CARPAE] : N carp; (erasmus);

[CARPASINUS, CARPASINA, CARPASINUM] : ADJ green; (vulgate ester 1] : 6);

[CARPASUM, CARPASI] : N plant with narcotic juice; (white hellebore? old);

[CARPATHIUM, CARPATHII] : N plant with narcotic juice; (white hellebore? old);

[CARPATHUM, CARPATHI] : N white hellebore plant (veratrum album);

[CARPATINUS, CARPATINA, CARPATINUM] : ADJ made of hide;

[CARPE DIEM! ] : PHRASE seize the day!

[CARPENTARIUS, CARPENTARIA, CARPENTARIUM] : ADJ of wagons/carriages/chariots; of/pertaining to carriage building;

[CARPENTARIUS, CARPENTARII] : N carriage/wagon/chariot builder, cartwright; carriage-driver, coachman (l+s);

[CARPENTARIUS, CARPENTARII] : N carriage/wagon/chariot builder/cartwright's workshop;

[CARPENTUM, CARPENTI] : N carriage (two wheeled, covered); (for women); chariot (l+s); wagon, cart;

[CARPHEOTHUM, CARPHEOTHI] : N (superior) kind of incense; excellent kind of white frankincense;

[CARPHOLOGIA, CARPHOLOGIAE] : N picking of pieces of straw from the mud/adobe walls;

[CARPHOS, CARPHI] : N fenugreek; goat's thorn;

[CARPINEUS, CARPINEA, CARPINEUM] : ADJ of/made of/pertaining to hornbeam (tree of genus carpinus);

[CARPINEUS, CARPINEI] : N hornbeam (tree carpinus betulus);

[CARPISCULUS, CARPISCULI] : N kind of shoe; groundwork/basement;

[CARPISTES, CARPISTAE] : N one of the aeons of valentinus;

[CARPO, CARPERE, CARPSI, CARPTUS] : V separate/divide, tear down; carve; despoil/fleece; pursue/harry; consume/erode;

[CARPO, CARPERE, CARPSI, CARPTUS] : V pick, pluck; gather, browse, tear off; graze, crop; tease/pull out, card (wool);

[CARPO] : to pluck, seize, grab, lay hold of, hold on to.

[CARPOPHYLLON, CARPOPHYLLI] : N shrub; (ruscus hypophyllum?);

[CARPTIM] : ADV in separate/detached/disconnected parts/units; selectively; intermittently;

[CARPTOR, CARPTORIS] : N carver (of game/poultry/etc.);

[CARPTOR] : one who carves food.

[CARPTURA, CARPTURAE] : N gathering of honey; sucking of nectar from flowers (by bees) (l+s);

[CARPUSCULUS, CARPUSCULI] : N kind of shoe; groundwork/basement;

[CARRACUTIUM, CARRACUTII] : N kind of two-wheeled carriage;

[CARRAGO, CARRAGINIS] : N fortification/barricade made of wagons; circled wagons;

[CARRARIUS, CARRARI(I)] : N one who makes/repairs wagons/carts/carriages; cartwright in the army;

[CARRO, CARRERE,] : V card/comb (wool/flax/etc.);

[CARROBALISTA, CARROBALISTAE] : N ballista/catapult mounted on a carriage; (equivalent of a 'field gun');

[CARROBALLISTA, CARROBALLISTAE] : N ballista/catapult mounted on a carriage; (equivalent of a 'field gun');

[CARROCO, CARROCONIS] : N sturgeon (acipenser sturio);

[CARRUCA, CARRUCAE] : N traveling-carriage; (four-wheeled l+s); state coach;

[CARRUCA] : four-wheeled carriage.

[CARRUCARIUS, CARRUCARIA, CARRUCARIUM] : ADJ used for/pertaining to carriages/carruca;

[CARRUCARIUS, CARRUCARII] : N coachman;

[CARRUCHA, CARRUCHAE] : N traveling-carriage; (four-wheeled l+s); state coach;

[CARRULUS, CARRULI] : N small/little cart/wagon;

[CARRUM, CARRI] : N wagon; (gallic type);

[CARRUS, CARRI] : N wagon; (gallic type);

[CARRUS] : four-wheeled baggage wagon.

[CARTA, CARTAE] : N (sheet/page of) papyrus; record/letter, book/writing(s); thin metal sheet/leaf;

[CARTAGO, CARTAGINIS] : N carthage;

[CARTALLUS, CARTALLI] : N basket;

[CARTHAGINIENSIS, CARTHAGINIENSIS, CARTHAGINIENSE] : ADJ of/belonging to carthage, carthaginian; (also of new carthage in spain);

[CARTHAGINIENSIS, CARTHAGINIENSIS] : N carthaginian, inhabitant of carthage; (also of new carthage in spain?);

[CARTHAGO, CARTHAGINIS] : N carthage;

[CARTIBULUM, CARTIBULI] : N kind of oblong table standing on a pedestal;

[CARTILAGINEUS, CARTILAGINEA, CARTILAGINEUM] : ADJ cartilaginous, gristly;

[CARTILAGINOSUS, CARTILAGINOSA, CARTILAGINOSUM] : ADJ characterized by/full of cartilage/other tough fibrous tissue, very gristly;

[CARTILAGO, CARTILAGINIS] : N cartilage, gristle; substance harder than pulp but softer than woody fiber;

[CARTULA, CARTULAE] : N scrap/piece of papyrus; small note, bill (l+s);

[CARTUS, CARTI] : N (sheet/page of) papyrus; record/letter, book/writing(s); thin metal sheet/leaf;

[CARUNCULA, CARUNCULAE] : N little piece of flesh; piece of tissue (medical), fleshy growth;

[CARUNCULA] : small piece of flesh.

[CARUS, CARA -UM, CARIOR -OR -US, CARISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ dear, beloved; costly, precious, valued; high-priced, expensive;

[CARUS] : dear, beloved/ costly, high-priced, expensive.

[CARUS] : dear, beloved / costly, high-priced, expensive.

[CARYINON] : ADJ made of walnuts, walnut-; made of nuts (l+s);

[CARYINOS, CARYINOS] : ADJ made of walnuts, walnut-; made of nuts (l+s);

[CARYINUS, CARYINA, CARYINUM] : ADJ made of walnuts, walnut-; made of nuts (l+s);

[CARYITES, CARYITAE] : N variety of spurge; species of tithymalus (l+s);

[CARYON, CARYI] : N walnut; nut (l+s);

[CARYOPHYLLON, CARYOPHYLLI] : N dried flower-buds of the clove; cloves;

[CARYOTA, CARYOTAE] : N date; nut-shaped date (l+s); (as gift on saturnalia);

[CARYOTIS, CARYOTIDIS] : N date; nut-shaped date (l+s); (as gift on saturnalia);

[CASA, CASAE] : N cottage/small humble dwelling, hut/hovel; home; house; shop, booth; farm (late);

[CASA] : hut, cottage, cabin.

[CASABUNDUS, CASABUNDA, CASABUNDUM] : ADJ stumbling, tottering; ready to fall;

[CASAMUS, CASAMI] : N old man; attendant;

[CASARIA, CASARIAE] : N one (god/spirit?) who guards over a cottage;

[CASARIUS, CASARIA, CASARIUM] : ADJ of/pertaining to a cottage;

[CASARIUS, CASARII] : N dweller in a cottage; cottager;

[CASCE] : ADV in an archaic/out-of-date/old-fashion manner;

[CASCUS, CASCA, CASCUM] : ADJ ancient, old; archaic; primitive;

[CASEARIUS, CASEARIA, CASEARIUM] : ADJ of/pertaining to cheese, cheese-;

[CASEATUS, CASEATA, CASEATUM] : ADJ mixed with cheese;

[CASELLULA, CASELLULAE] : N little hut;

[CASEOLUS, CASEOLI] : N small cheese;

[CASEUM, CASEI] : N cheese; pressed curd; comic term of endearment (l+s);

[CASEUS, CASEI] : N cheese; pressed curd; comic term of endearment (l+s);

[CASEUS] : cheese.

[CASIA, CASIAE] : N cinnamon (cinnamomum tree/bark/spice); aromatic shrub (mezereon or marjoram?);

[CASIA] : a tree with an aromatic bark, cassia/ sweet-smelling mezereon.

[CASIAE] : -ae, (fem.) cassia, casia Celsus; Spencer

[CASIARIUS, CASIARIA, CASIARIUM] : ADJ of/connected with cheese;

[CASIGNETE, CASIGNETES] : N plant (unknown);

[CASIGNETE] : ADJ unknown plant (feminine adjective);

[CASILA, CASILAE] : N helmet (metal) (sabine form); wearer of a helmet; war, active service;

[CASITO, CASITARE, CASITAVI, CASITATUS] : V fall/drop down repeatedly/frequently;

[CASLEU, UNDECLINED] : N chislev/kislev, jewish month; (ninth in ecclesiatic year);

[CASMILA, CASMILAE] : N handmaiden/female of unblemished character attendant in religious ceremonies;

[CASMILUS, CASMILI] : N boy/noble youth attendant of a flamen/priest;

[CASNAR, UNDECLINED] : N old man; attendant;

[CASSABUNDUS, CASSABUNDA, CASSABUNDUM] : ADJ stumbling, tottering; ready to fall;

[CASSES] : a net, trap, snare, spider's web.

[CASSIA, CASSIAE] : N cinnamon (cinnamomum tree/bark/spice); aromatic shrub (mezereon or marjoram?);

[CASSICULUS, CASSICULI] : N small net; cobweb;

[CASSIDA, CASSIDAE] : N helmet (metal); wearer of a helmet; war, active service;

[CASSIDA] : a metal helmet.

[CASSIDARIUS, CASSIDARII] : N helmet maker;

[CASSIDILE, CASSIDILIS] : N wallet; stachel; bag (souter);

[CASSIFILE, CASSIDILIS] : N small bag, wallet;

[CASSIS, CASSIDIS] : N helmet (metal); wearer of a helmet; war, active service;

[CASSIS, CASSIS] : N hunting net (often pl.); spider's web; snare, trap;

[CASSIS] : a metal helmet.

[CASSITA, CASSITAE] : N crested/tufted lark (alauda cristata);

[CASSITERINUS, CASSITERINA, CASSITERINUM] : ADJ made of tin;

[CASSITERUM, CASSITERI] : N tin; (originally a mixture of lead/silver and other metals l+s);

[CASSITO, CASSITARE, CASSITAVI, CASSITATUS] : V drip;

[CASSIUS, CASSI] : N cassius; (roman gens name); l. c~ longinus defeated by helvetii; caesar killer;

[CASSIUS, CASSIA, CASSIUM] : ADJ cassius, roman gens; l. c~ longinus defeated by helvetii; c. c~ l~ assassin;

[CASSIVELLAUNUS, CASSIVELLAUNI] : N cassiveellaunus, commander of the forces of the britons - caesar;

[CASSO, CASSARE, CASSAVI, CASSATUS] : V bring to naught, destroy; annul, make null and void;

[CASSO, CASSARE, CASSAVI, CASSATUS] : V totter, begin to fall; shake, waver (l+s);

[CASSO] : in vain.

[CASSO] : to bring to naught, destroy, annul, make void.

[CASSUM, CASSI] : N empty/vain/futile things (pl.);

[CASSUS, CASSA, CASSUM] : ADJ hollow, empty, devoid of, lacking; fruitless, vain (in cassum => in vain);

[CASSUS, CASSUS] : N fall, overthrow; chance/fortune; accident, emergency, calamity, plight; fate;

[CASSUS] : empty, hollow/

[CASTANEA, CASTANEAE] : N chestnut-tree, chestnut;

[CASTANEA] : a chestnut or chestnut.

[CASTANETUM, CASTANETI] : N chestnut plantation;

[CASTANIETUM, CASTANIETI] : N chestnut plantation/grove;

[CASTE, CASTIUS, CASTISSIME] : ADV uprightly, w/integrity; chastely, w/sexual/ceremonial purity; spotlessly;

[CASTE] : purely, spotlessly, purely, uprightly, chastely.

[CASTELLANI] : garrison of a fortress.

[CASTELLANUS, CASTELLANA, CASTELLANUM] : ADJ of/connected with/pertaining to/associated with a fort/fortress/castle;

[CASTELLANUS, CASTELLANI] : N garrison/occupants (pl.) of a fort/fortress/castle;;

[CASTELLANUS] : relating to a fortress, castellan.

[CASTELLARIUS, CASTELLARII] : N keeper of a reservoir;

[CASTELLATIM] : ADV at intervals (in manner of strongpoints), in separate detachments; castle-wise;

[CASTELLATIM] : in single fortresses.

[CASTELLUM, CASTELLI] : N structure in which water from aqueduct is collected for distribution, reservoir

[CASTELLUM, CASTELLI] : N redoubt, fortress, stronghold, fortified settlement, refuge; garrison, citadel;

[CASTELLUM, CASTELLI] : N town, village; (medieval);

[CASTELLUM] : castle, fortress, fort, citadel/ shelter, refuge.

[CASTERIA, CASTERIAE] : N part of a ship?] : (where rowers were accustomed to rest, rower's room l+s);

[CASTIFICO, CASTIFICARE, CASTIFICAVI, CASTIFICATUS] : V punish, correct; make pure;

[CASTIFICUS, CASTIFICA, CASTIFICUM] : ADJ acting chastely, pure; purifying (~ lavacrum => baptism) (l+s);

[CASTIGABILIS, CASTIGABILIS, CASTIGABILE] : ADJ that deserves punishment; deserving of punishment/reprimand/chastising;

[CASTIGATE] : ADV chastely; strictly; briefly (l+s); restrainedly, within bounds;

[CASTIGATIO, CASTIGATIONIS] : N punishment; reprimand, reproof; pruning (trees/etc.); tempering (speech) (l+s);

[CASTIGATOR, CASTIGATORIS] : N corrector, reprover, chastiser;

[CASTIGATOR] : one who punishes, reproves, corrects.

[CASTIGATORIUS, CASTIGATORIA, CASTIGATORIUM] : ADJ of the nature of a reproof; reproving, censuring (l+s);

[CASTIGATUS, CASTIGATA -UM, CASTIGATIOR -OR -US, CASTIGATISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ tightly drawn, restrained, confined, compressed; small/slender; strict, severe;

[CASTIGATUS] : restrained, orderly, neat.

[CASTIGO, CASTIGARE, CASTIGAVI, CASTIGATUS] : V chastise/chasten, punish; correct, reprimand/dress down, castigate; neutralize;

[CASTIGO] : reprove, chasten, punish, chastise/ check, restrain.

[CASTIMONIA, CASTIMONIAE] : N chastity, abstinence, ceremonial purity/purification; morality, moral purity;

[CASTIMONIA] : purity, chastity, state of being unpolluted, morally clean.

[CASTIMONIALIS, CASTIMONIALIS, CASTIMONIALE] : ADJ pertaining to abstinence or continence/self-restraint;

[CASTIMONIUM, CASTIMONI(I)] : N abstinent practice; abstinence (sexual/from meat) for ritual; purity of morals;

[CASTITAS, CASTITATIS] : N chastity, fidelity; virginity; sexual/moral/ritual purity; integrity, morality;

[CASTITAS] : chastity, pure, morally clean, unpolluted.

[CASTITUDO, CASTITUDINIS] : N chastity, fidelity; virginity; sexual/moral/ritual purity; integrity, morality;

[CASTOR, CASTORIS] : N castor; (twin to pollux, brother to helen); st elmo's fire (pl.), corposant;

[CASTOR, CASTORIS] : N beaver (castor fiber);

[CASTOR, CASTOROS/IS] : N beaver (castor fiber);

[CASTOR] : beaver.

[CASTOREUM, CASTOREI] : N castor, aromatic secretion obtained from the beaver used medicinally;

[CASTORINATUS, CASTORINATA, CASTORINATUM] : ADJ clothed in beaver fur;

[CASTORINUS, CASTORINA, CASTORINUM] : ADJ of/pertaining to the beaver, beaver-;

[CASTRA AESTIVA] : summer camp, quarters, bivouac.

[CASTRA HIBERNA] : winter camp, quarters, station

[CASTRA, CASTRAE] : N camp, military camp/field; army; fort, fortress; war service; day's march;

[CASTRAMETOR, CASTRAMETARI, -, CASTRAMETATUS SUM] : V pitch a camp; encamp;

[CASTRATIO, CASTRATIONIS] : N castration; emasculation; gelding;

[CASTRATOR, CASTRATORIS] : N one who castrates/gelds, castrator;

[CASTRATORIUS, CASTRATORIA, CASTRATORIUM] : ADJ of/for castration;

[CASTRATURA, CASTRATURAE] : N castration, emasculation; pruning of plants;

[CASTRATUS, CASTRATA, CASTRATUM] : ADJ castrated; (applied to seeds of apple); bolted/sifted/selected (grain);

[CASTRATUS, CASTRATI] : N eunuch, castrated man;

[CASTRENS, CASTRENSIS] : N high imperial court officer (constantinople); soldier in camp;

[CASTRENSIANUS, CASTRENSIANI] : N attendants (pl.) to castrensis (constantinople high imperial court officer);

[CASTRENSIARIUS, CASTRENSIARII] : N purveyor for the camp, suttler;

[CASTRENSIS, CASTRENSIS, CASTRENSE] : ADJ of/connected with camp or active military service; characteristic of soldiers;

[CASTRENSIS] : pertaining to a camp, military/ disciplined, orderly.

[CASTRMETOR, CASTRMETARI, -, CASTRMATATUS SUM] : V pitch a camp; set up/pitch camp;

[CASTRO, CASTRARE, CASTRAVI, CASTRATUS] : V castrate, emasculate/unman; spay (animal); dock (tail); diminish/impair/weaken;

[CASTRO] : castrate, enervate, weaken, unman, emasculate.

[CASTRUM, CASTRI] : N fort/fortress; camp (pl.), military camp/field; army; war service; day's march;

[CASTRUM, CASTRI] : N castle, fortress; (fortified) town;

[CASTRUM] : castle, fort, fortress, fortified encampment, station.

[CASTULA, CASTULAE] : N kind of petticoat, garment worn by women;

[CASTUM, CASTI] : N festival/period of ceremonial/required abstinence/continence dedicated to a god;

[CASTUS, CASTA -UM, CASTIOR -OR -US, CASTISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ pure, moral; chaste, virtuous, pious; sacred; spotless; free from/untouched by;

[CASTUS, CASTUS] : N ceremonial state of abstinence; sexual abstinence on religious grounds;

[CASTUS] : clean pure, chaste/ pious.

[CASU] : ADV by chance/accident; accidentally; casually; (ablative of casus);

[CASUALIS, CASUALIS, CASUALE] : ADJ influenced by/dependent on chance, fortuitous; casual;

[CASUALIS, CASUALIS, CASUALE] : ADJ relating to/depending on grammatical case;

[CASUALIS] : accidental, fortuitous.

[CASUALITER] : ADV relating to/declined with cases; accidentally, fortuitously;

[CASULA, CASULAE] : N little/small/humble cottage, hut;

[CASULA] : chasuble, monk's cowl.

[CASURUS, CASURUS] : N fall, overthrow; (vulgate acts 28] : 6); (calamity, plight; fate;)

[CASUS, CASUS] : N fall, overthrow; chance/fortune; accident, emergency, calamity, plight; fate;

[CASUS, CASUS] : N grammatical case; termination/ending (of words);

[CASUS] : a falling / occasion, opportunity / event, accident, violent death

[CASUS] : a falling/ occasion, opportunity/ event.

[CASUS] : accident, violent death.

[CASUS] : accident, chance, fortune.

[CASUS] : downfall

[CASUS] : downfall.

[CATA] : PREP ABL by; (in distributed sense); (cata mane mane => morning by morning);

[CATABASIS, CATABASIS] : N going down/decent; (name of a ceremonial at festival of magna mater);

[CATABOLENSIS, CATABOLENSIS] : N class of carriers who transport burdens by draft animals, kind of muleteers;

[CATACECAUMENITES, CATACECAUMENITAE] : N wine produced in catacecaumene district in eastern lydia;

[CATACHANA, CATACHANAE] : N tree on which several different fruits have been grafted;

[CATACHANNA, CATACHANNAE] : N tree on which several different fruits have been grafted;

[CATACHRESIS, CATACHRESIS] : N improper use of a word;i (pure latin abusio);

[CATACLISTICUS, CATACLISTICA, CATACLISTICUM] : ADJ of/pertaining to state/special occasion/formal dress;

[CATACLISTUS, CATACLISTA, CATACLISTUM] : ADJ kept for special occasions (clothes), sunday best; (~ vestis => state dress);

[CATACLYSMOS, CATACLYSMI] : N deluge, flood, inundation; (medical) washing diseased member, shower, douche;

[CATACLYSMUS, CATACLYSMI] : N deluge, flood, inundation; (medical) washing diseased member, shower, douche;

[CATACUMBA, CATACUMBAE] : N catacombs;

[CATADROMARIUS, CATADROMARII] : N one who rides down a catadromus (catwalk suspended on ropes), rope-dancer;

[CATADROMUS, CATADROMI] : N kind of catwalk suspended on ropes; (for a rope_dancer);

[CATADUPUM, CATADUPI] : N cataracts (pl.); (specifically nile cataracts);

[CATAEGIS, CATAEGIDIS] : N hurricane; violent wind storm; whirlwind;

[CATAFRACTA, CATAFRACTAE] : N coat of mail; chain mail clad soldier;

[CATAFRACTARIUS, CATAFRACTARII] : N mail-clad/armored soldier;

[CATAFRACTARIUS, CATAFRACTARIA, CATAFRACTARIUM] : ADJ wearing mail, armored;

[CATAFRACTATUS, CATAFRACTATA, CATAFRACTATUM] : ADJ wearing/equipped with mail, armored;

[CATAFRACTES, CATAFRACTAE] : N coat of mail; chain mail clad soldier;

[CATAFRACTUS, CATAFRACTA, CATAFRACTUM] : ADJ clad in mail;

[CATAFRACTUS, CATAFRACTI] : N soldier clad in mail;

[CATAGRAPHUM, CATAGRAPHI] : N three-quarter face portrait; profile portraits (pl.), side views (l+s);

[CATAGRAPHUS, CATAGRAPHA, CATAGRAPHUM] : ADJ painted, colored, depicted; figured (material);

[CATAGUSA, CATAGUSAE] : N name of a statue; (ceres bring prosperine to pluto l+s);

[CATALECTICON] : ADJ having an incomplete final foot (of meter); forming such a foot (of syllable);

[CATALECTICOS, CATALECTICOS] : ADJ having an incomplete final foot (of meter); forming such a foot (of syllable);

[CATALECTICUS, CATALECTICA, CATALECTICUM] : ADJ having an incomplete final foot (of meter); forming such a foot (of syllable);

[CATALECTUS, CATALECTA, CATALECTUM] : ADJ having an incomplete final foot (of meter); forming such a foot (of syllable);

[CATALEPSIS, CATALEPSIS] : N catalepsy, seizure, sudden attack of sickness;

[CATALEPTICUS, CATALEPTICA, CATALEPTICUM] : ADJ cataleptic; subject to seizures/sudden attacks of sickness;

[CATALEXIS, CATALEXIS] : N loss of a syllable in a final metrical foot;

[CATALOGUS, CATALOGI] : N enumeration, list of names; catalog;

[CATAMPO, CATAMPONIS] : N kind of play/sport/game;

[CATANANCE, CATANANCES] : N kind of vetch used for love charms;

[CATAPHAGAS, CATAPHAGAE] : N glutton; gourmand;

[CATAPHASIS, CATAPHASOS/IS] : N affirmation;

[CATAPHRACTA, CATAPHRACTAE] : N coat of mail; chain mail clad soldier;

[CATAPHRACTARIUS, CATAPHRACTARII] : N mail-clad/armored soldier;

[CATAPHRACTARIUS, CATAPHRACTARIA, CATAPHRACTARIUM] : ADJ wearing mail, armored;

[CATAPHRACTES, CATAPHRACTAE] : N coat of mail; chain mail clad soldier;

[CATAPHRACTUS, CATAPHRACTA, CATAPHRACTUM] : ADJ clad in mail;

[CATAPHRACTUS, CATAPHRACTI] : N soldier clad in mail;

[CATAPIRATERIA, CATAPIRATERIAE] : N sounding-line/lead;

[CATAPIRATES, CATAPIRATIS] : N sounding-line; (gender contrary to rule old);

[CATAPLASMA, CATAPLASMATIS] : N poultice; plaster;

[CATAPLASMO, CATAPLASMARE, CATAPLASMAVI, CATAPLASMATUS] : V apply a poultice/plaster (to);

[CATAPLASMUS, CATAPLASMI] : N poultice; plaster;

[CATAPLECTATIO, CATAPLECTATIONIS] : N consternation; terror (vulgate sirach 21] : 4);

[CATAPLEXIS, CATAPLEXIS] : N object of admiration;

[CATAPLUS, CATAPLI] : N action of putting/getting into port; the ship/fleet that comes to land;

[CATAPOTIUM, CATAPOTII] : N pill (medicine); (that which is swallowed);

[CATAPULTA, CATAPULTAE] : N catapult, an engine which shot large arrow/bolt/missile; missile itself (l+s);

[CATAPULTARIUS, CATAPULTARIA, CATAPULTARIUM] : ADJ of/connected with/thrown by a catapult (engine which shot large arrows/bolts);

[CATARACTA, CATARACTAE] : N cataract/rapid; waterfall; sluice, watergate; portcullis, drawbridge; sea bird;

[CATARACTES, CATARACTAE] : N cataract/rapid; waterfall; sluice, watergate; portcullis, drawbridge; sea bird;

[CATARACTRIA, CATARACTRIAE] : N fictitious condiment/spice; (coined by plautus l+s);

[CATARHACTES, CATARHACTAE] : N cataract/rapid; waterfall; sluice, watergate; portcullis, drawbridge; sea bird;

[CATARRACTA, CATARRACTAE] : N cataract/rapid; waterfall; sluice, watergate; portcullis, drawbridge; sea bird;

[CATARRACTES, CATARRACTAE] : N cataract/rapid; waterfall; sluice, watergate; portcullis, drawbridge; sea bird;

[CATARRHACTES, CATARRHACTAE] : N cataract/rapid; waterfall; sluice, watergate; portcullis, drawbridge; sea bird;

[CATARRHUS, CATARRHI] : N cold, catarrh, rheum, flu; flowing down, runny nose, flow of mucus with a cold;

[CATASCEUA, CATASCEUAE] : N constructive argument; confirmation of an assumption (l+s);

[CATASCEUE, CATASCEUES] : N constructive argument; confirmation of an assumption (l+s);

[CATASCOPISCUS, CATASCOPISCI] : N light vessel for reconnoitering/spying/lookout; (navigium speculatorium);

[CATASCOPIUM, CATASCOPII] : N light vessel for reconnoitering;

[CATASCOPUS, CATASCOPI] : N light vessel for reconnoitering;

[CATASTA, CATASTAE] : N scaffold for burning martyrs/heretics/criminals; stage for delivering lectures;

[CATASTA, CATASTAE] : N platform where slaves were exhibited for sale; (late) stage, scaffold;

[CATASTALTICUS, CATASTALTICA, CATASTALTICUM] : ADJ restraining, checking (medical);

[CATASTATICE, CATASTATICES] : N plant; (pure latin scelerata);

[CATASTEMA, CATASTEMATIS] : N position/situation/condition (of a star);

[CATASTROPHA, CATASTROPHAE] : N sensational act, coup de theatre; turning point of an action/catastrophe (l+s);

[CATATEXITECHNUS, CATATEXITECHNA, CATATEXITECHNUM] : ADJ that wastes his art;

[CATATONUS, CATATONA, CATATONUM] : ADJ low strung (referring to length of tightened skeins of a catapult); depressed;

[CATAX, (GEN.), CATACIS] : ADJ lame; limping;

[CATE] : ADV well, sagaciously, wisely, intelligently; clearly; slyly, craftily, artfully;

[CATECHESIS, CATECHESIS] : N religious instruction; catechetical instruction/interrogation;

[CATECHISMUS, CATECHISMI] : N catechism, book of elementary christian instruction;

[CATECHISSO, CATECHISSARE, CATECHISSAVI, CATECHISSATUS] : V instruct in religion, teach by question and answer, catechize;

[CATECHISTA, CATECHISTAE] : N catechist, religious teacher;

[CATECHIZO, CATECHIZARE, CATECHIZAVI, CATECHIZATUS] : V instruct in religion, teach by question and answer, catechize;

[CATECHUMENA, CATECHUMENAE] : N one receiving elementary religious instruction before baptism, catechumen;

[CATECHUMENUS, CATECHUMENI] : N one receiving elementary religious instruction before baptism, catechumen;

[CATECIZO, CATECIZARE, CATECIZAVI, CATECIZATUS] : V instruct in religion, teach by question and answer, catechize;

[CATEGORIA, CATEGORIAE] : N accusation; predicament, category/class of predicables (logic);

[CATEGORICUS, CATEGORICA, CATEGORICUM] : ADJ relating to a category, categorical;

[CATEIA, CATEIAE] : N kind of spear; (probably barbed);

[CATELA, CATELAE] : N curved missile weapon; boomerang?;

[CATELLA, CATELLAE] : N puppy (female), young/little bitch; lap dog; little/light/ornamental chain;

[CATELLUS, CATELLI] : N little/small/young dog, puppy; (term of endearment); little/light chain;

[CATENA, CATENAE] : N chain; series; fetter, bond, restraint; imprisonment, captivity; (chain mail);

[CATENA] : chain, fetters.

[CATENARIUS, CATENARIA, CATENARIUM] : ADJ chained, on a chain, fastened on a chain (e.g., dog); of/pertaining to a chain;

[CATENATIO, CATENATIONIS] : N connection, joining; band, clamp, clincher, pin (l+s);

[CATENATUS, CATENATA, CATENATUM] : ADJ chained, fettered; fixed/secured/attached by chain; arranged in a chain/series;

[CATENO, CATENARE, CATENAVI, CATENATUS] : V chain/bind/tie/shackle together; secure with bonds/chains/fetters;

[CATENULA, CATENULAE] : N little/small/light/ornamental chain;

[CATERVA, CATERVAE] : N crowd/cluster; troop, company, band of men/followers/actors; flock/herd/swarm;

[CATERVA] : crowd, troop, flock.

[CATERVARIUS, CATERVARIA, CATERVARIUM] : ADJ of/pertaining to/belonging to troop/company/band; in bands;

[CATERVATIM] : ADV in troops/bands/large numbers; in (disordered) masses; in herds/flocks/swarms;

[CATERVATIM] : in troops, in masses.

[CATHAMINTHA AGRIA] : calamintha (error for) p. 43

[CATHARMOS, CATHARMI] : N purification rites (pl.); title of poem by empedocles;

[CATHARTICUM, CATHARTICI] : N cathartic, purgative; means for purifying; purification;

[CATHEDRA, CATHEDRAE] : N bishop's chair/throne/office; professor/teacher's chair/office, professorship;

[CATHEDRA, CATHEDRAE] : N armchair, easy chair (for women); cushioned seat/stool; sedan;

[CATHEDRALICIUS, CATHEDRALICIA, CATHEDRALICIUM] : ADJ of/pertaining to an arm/easy/cushioned/(woman's) chair; effeminate;

[CATHEDRALIS, CATHEDRALIS, CATHEDRALE] : ADJ of/pertaining to an bishop's see or cathedral; (~ ecclesia => cathedral);

[CATHEDRARIUS, CATHEDRARIA, CATHEDRARIUM] : ADJ fitted as/carrying a cathedra (arm/easy/sedan chair); having professor's chair;

[CATHEDRATUS, CATHEDRATA, CATHEDRATUM] : ADJ fitted with cushioned seats (as a cathedra - arm/easy/cushioned chair);

[CATHETER, CATHETERIS] : N catheter, instrument for drawing urine;

[CATHETERISMUS, CATHETERISMI] : N application of a catheter, drawing urine, relieving pressure on the bladder;

[CATHETON] : ADJ perpendicular;

[CATHETOS, CATHETOS] : ADJ perpendicular;

[CATHETUS, CATHETA, CATHETUM] : ADJ perpendicular;

[CATHETUS, CATHETI] : N perpendicular line;

[CATHOLICE] : ADV universally; in the catholic way, according to catholic rite (def);

[CATHOLICUM, CATHOLICI] : N general principle; universal truth; universe (pl.); general properties;

[CATHOLICUS, CATHOLICA, CATHOLICUM] : ADJ catholic; universal; (roman) catholic, orthodox;

[CATHOLICUS, CATHOLICI] : N catholic, one baptized and fully in communion with the catholic church;

[CATILLAMEN, CATILLAMINIS] : N junket, curds and cream, cream pudding; sweet dish, sweetmeat;

[CATILLATIO, CATILLATIONIS] : N licking the plate; greed; extortion; plundering of friendly provinces (l+s);

[CATILLO, CATILLARE, CATILLAVI, CATILLATUS] : V lick plates;

[CATILLO, CATILLONIS] : N licker of plates, one who cleans his plate, glutton; edible fish (lupus?);

[CATILLUM, CATILLI] : N bowl, dish; ornament on sword sheath (l+s); upper millstone;

[CATILLUS, CATILLI] : N bowl, dish; ornament on sword sheath (l+s); upper millstone;

[CATINULUS, CATINULI] : N small bowl/dish/plate;

[CATINUM, CATINI] : N large bowl/dish; main chamber in a forepump; smelting crucible; hollow in rock;

[CATINUS, CATINI] : N large bowl/dish; main chamber in a forepump; smelting crucible; hollow in rock;

[CATLASTER, CATLASTRI] : N young man; boy, lad, stripling;

[CATLITIO, CATLITIONIS] : N being in heat; desire to mate;

[CATLUTIO, CATLUTIONIS] : N being in heat; desire to mate;

[CATO, CATONIS] : N cato; (roman cognomen); (m. porcius cato, the censor);

[CATOBLEPAS, CATOBLEPAE] : N wild animal in ethiopia; species of buffalo?/gnu? (l+s);

[CATOCHA, CATOCHAE] : N complete stupor; catalepsy;

[CATOCHITIS, CATOCHIDIS] : N unknown precious stone (said to have an adhesive surface) (from corsica l+s);

[CATOECICUS, CATOECICA, CATOECICUM] : ADJ assigned to military colonists;

[CATOMIDIO, CATOMIDIARE, CATOMIDIAVI, CATOMIDIATUS] : V lay one over the shoulders of another and flog him; strike on the shoulders;

[CATOMUN] : ADV over the shoulders (for flogging);

[CATOMUS, CATOMI] : N shoulders; (for flogging);

[CATONIUM, CATONII] : N the lower world;

[CATOPTRITIS, CATOPTRITIDIS] : N unknown precious stone; (found in cappadocia l+s);

[CATORCHITES, CATORCHITES, CATORCHITES] : ADJ fig (wine); (catorchites vinum +> wine made of figs);

[CATTA, CATTAE] : N edible species of bird; unknown species of animal (l+s);

[CATTUS, CATTI] : N cat; wild cat; kind of trout; siege engine;

[CATTUS] : cat.

[CATULA, CATULAE] : N young/small bitch;

[CATULARIUS, CATULARIA, CATULARIUM] : ADJ of the dogs; (~ porta => roman gate where dogs were sacrificed);

[CATULASTER, CATULASTRI] : N young man; boy, lad, stripling;

[CATULINA, CATULINAE] : N dog meat/flesh;

[CATULINUS, CATULINA, CATULINUM] : ADJ of/belonging to (young) dogs;

[CATULIO, CATULIRE,] : V be in heat, desire to mate; (e.g., a bitch);

[CATULOTICUS, CATULOTICA, CATULOTICUM] : ADJ good for heating over;

[CATULUS, CATULI] : N young dog, puppy, whelp; dog (any age); young of any animal, pup/cub; fetter;

[CATUS, CATA, CATUM] : ADJ knowing, clever, shrewd, wise, prudent, circumspect; shrill/clear (sound);

[CATUS, CATI] : N cat; wild cat; kind of trout; siege engine; male cat (l+s);

[CAUCALIS, CAUCALIDIS] : N umbelliferous plant;

[CAUCULA, CAUCULAE] : N small dish;

[CAUCULATOR, CAUCULATORIS] : N calculator, reckoner;

[CAUCULUS, CAUCULI] : N pebble; (bladder) stone; piece for reckoning/voting/game; calculation;

[CAUCUS, CAUCI] : N drinking vessel;

[CAUDA, CAUDAE] : N tail (animal); extreme part/tail of anything; penis (horace);

[CAUDA] : the tail of an animal.

[CAUDECUS, CAUDECA, CAUDECUM] : ADJ wooden, made of wood;

[CAUDEUS, CAUDEA, CAUDEUM] : ADJ wooden, made of wood;

[CAUDEX, CAUDICIS] : N trunk of tree; piece/hunk of wood; blockhead; (bound) book; note/account book;

[CAUDICA, CAUDICAE] : N kind of barge/lighter;

[CAUDICALIS, CAUDICALIS, CAUDICALE] : ADJ pertaining to/dealing with tree-trunks/logs; employment of log-splitting (l+s);

[CAUDICARIUS, CAUDICARII] : N bargeman, lighterman; (esp. those who brought grain from ostia to rome (l+s));

[CAUDICARIUS, CAUDICARIA, CAUDICARIUM] : ADJ kind of barge/lighter (w/navis);

[CAUITIO, CAUITIONIS] : N bail/pledge/security, undertaking, guarantee; caution/wariness; circumspection;

[CAULA, CAULAE] : N railing (pl.), lattice barrier; holes, pores, apertures;

[CAULATOR, CAULATORIS] : N jester, banterer; quibbler, caviler, sophist, captious critic;

[CAULETUM, CAULETI] : N cabbage-garden; (erasmus);

[CAULIAS, CAULIAE] : N thing taken/derived form the stalk; (as opposed to rhizias - from the root);

[CAULICULATUS, CAULICULATA, CAULICULATUM] : ADJ having/furnished with a stalk;

[CAULICULUS, CAULICULI] : N stalk/stem (small); small cabbage, cabbage sprout; pillar like a stalk/shoot;

[CAULIS, CAULIS] : N stalk/stem; stem of a cabbage/lettuce/etc; cabbage/lettuce; quill; penis;

[CAULLA, CAULLAE] : N railing (pl.), lattice barrier; holes, pores, apertures;

[CAULODES, CAULODES, CAULODES] : ADJ stalk-like; (~ brassica => kind of cabbage with large leaves);

[CAUMA, CAUMATIS] : N the heat;

[CAUPO, CAUPONIS] : N shopkeeper, salesman, huckster; innkeeper, keeper of a tavern;

[CAUPONA, CAUPONAE] : N landlady; (female) shopkeeper, innkeeper; inn, tavern, lodging-house;

[CAUPONARIA, CAUPONARIAE] : N female shopkeeper; female innkeeper (erasmus);

[CAUPONARIUS, CAUPONARII] : N shopkeeper;

[CAUPONIUM, CAUPONII] : N tavern; tavern/inn/shop furniture/fixtures (l+s);

[CAUPONIUS, CAUPONIA, CAUPONIUM] : ADJ of/belonging to shopkeeper/innkeeper/inn; (~ puer => shop/tavern boy, waiter);

[CAUPONOR, CAUPONARI, -, CAUPONATUS SUM] : V traffic/trade in, sell;

[CAUPONULA, CAUPONULAE] : N small/mean tavern/inn;

[CAUPULUS, CAUPULI] : N kind of light boat?;

[CAURICREPUS, CAURICREPA, CAURICREPUM] : ADJ blown through by the north-west wind (caurus);

[CAURINUS, CAURINA, CAURINUM] : ADJ of/belonging to the north-west wind (caurus);

[CAURIO, CAURIRE,] : V (natural sound of the rutting panther);

[CAURUS, CAURI] : N north-west wind;

[CAUSA, CAUSAE] : N occasion, subject; plea, position; lawsuit, case, trial; proviso/stipulation;

[CAUSA, CAUSAE] : N thing(s); (sine causa => in vain vulgate);

[CAUSA, CAUSAE] : N cause/reason/motive; origin, source, derivation; responsibility/blame; symptom;

[CAUSA] : (in the abl.) on account of, for the sake of.

[CAUSA] : case at law, case, law-suit / situation, condition.

[CAUSA] : case at law, case, law-suit/ situation, condition.

[CAUSA] : cause / reason, motive, pretext / interest.

[CAUSA] : cause/ reason, motive, pretext/ interest.

[CAUSA] : PREP GEN for the sake/purpose of (preceded by gen.), on account of, with a view to;

[CAUSABUNDUS, CAUSABUNDA, CAUSABUNDUM] : ADJ blaming, censuring, accusing, reproaching, condemning; finding fault with;

[CAUSALIS, CAUSALIS, CAUSALE] : ADJ pertaining to a cause, causal;

[CAUSALITER] : ADV causally;

[CAUSARIE] : ADV on account of sickness; (causarie missus est => invalided out of the army);

[CAUSARIUS, CAUSARIA, CAUSARIUM] : ADJ sick, ill, diseased, unhealthy; (misso ~ => army discharge on health grounds);

[CAUSARIUS, CAUSARII] : N soldier discharged from army on health/other grounds, invalid; the sick (pl.);

[CAUSATE, CAUSATIUS, CAUSATISSIME] : ADV with good reason; with better reason; with the best reasons?;

[CAUSATIO, CAUSATIONIS] : N plea, excuse; disease (l+s); pretext; apology;

[CAUSATIVUS, CAUSATIVA, CAUSATIVUM] : ADJ accusative (case) (w/causus); first (person) (w/persona);

[CAUSATIVUS, CAUSATIVA, CAUSATIVUM] : ADJ causative; pertaining to the matter in dispute, gist of the matter/action/suit;

[CAUSEA, CAUSEAE] : N macedonian type of hat; (white sun hat worn by the roman poor l+s); shelter;

[CAUSIDICA, CAUSIDICAE] : N office of an advocate/lawyer;

[CAUSIDICALIS, CAUSIDICALIS, CAUSIDICALE] : ADJ suggestive of/resembling that of the law-courts; of/pertaining to an advocate;

[CAUSIDICATIO, CAUSIDICATIONIS] : N pleading of a case; the speech of an advocate/lawyer/barrister;

[CAUSIDICATUS, CAUSIDICATI] : N forensic oratory, pleading/speech of a lawyer;

[CAUSIDICUS, CAUSIDICI] : N advocate, barrister; pleader of causes;

[CAUSIFICOR, CAUSIFICARI, -, CAUSIFICATUS SUM] : V allege/offer a reason, put forward a pretext; pretend;

[CAUSIMUS, CAUSIMA, CAUSIMUM] : ADJ used for burning;

[CAUSODES, CAUSODES, CAUSODES] : ADJ characterized by high temperature; burning;

[CAUSOR, CAUSARI, -, CAUSATUS SUM] : V allege an excuse/reason, object; excuse oneself; plead a cause, bring action;

[CAUSSA, CAUSSAE] : N cause/reason/motive; origin, source, derivation; responsibility/blame; symptom;

[CAUSSA, CAUSSAE] : N occasion, subject; plea, position; lawsuit, case, trial; proviso/stipulation;

[CAUSSA] : PREP GEN for the sake/purpose of (preceded by gen.), on account of, with a view to;

[CAUSSIDICUS, CAUSSIDICI] : N advocate, barrister; pleader of causes;

[CAUSSOR, CAUSSARI, -, CAUSSATUS SUM] : V allege an excuse/reason, object; excuse oneself; plead a cause, bring action;

[CAUSTICE, CAUSTICES] : N caustic plant; (pure latin scelerata);

[CAUSTICUM, CAUSTICI] : N caustic/blistering preparation/medicament;

[CAUSTICUS, CAUSTICA, CAUSTICUM] : ADJ caustic, corrosive, burning; (~ spuma => lye with which germans colored hair);

[CAUSULA, CAUSULAE] : N speech/case of a party in a petty lawsuit; petty ground/occasion for action;

[CAUTE, CAUTIUS, CAUTISSIME] : ADV cautiously; with security/precautions, without risk; circumspectly, carefully;

[CAUTE] : cautim ; cautiously, with security.

[CAUTELA, CAUTELAE] : N caution, precaution, care, carefulness; security, surety;

[CAUTELA] : caution, precaution, security.

[CAUTER, CAUTERIS] : N branding iron; wound produced by burning, brand;

[CAUTERIO, CAUTERIARE, CAUTERIAVI, CAUTERIATUS] : V burn/mark with a branding iron, brand;

[CAUTERIUM, CAUTERII] : N cauterizing/branding iron, cautery; (used in encaustic/burning-in painting);

[CAUTERIZO, CAUTERIZARE, CAUTERIZAVI, CAUTERIZATUS] : V cauterize, burn with a hot iron; mark with a branding iron, brand;

[CAUTEROMA, CAUTEROMATIS] : N brand, mark produced by a hot iron;

[CAUTES, CAUTIS] : N rough pointed/detached rock, loose stone; rocks (pl.), cliff, crag; reef;

[CAUTIM] : ADV cautiously, warily; prudently, with security;

[CAUTIO, CAUTIONIS] : N taking of precautions/care; precaution; stipulation, proviso, exception;

[CAUTIO, CAUTIONIS] : N bail/pledge/security, undertaking, guarantee; caution/wariness; circumspection;

[CAUTIO] : caution, care, foresight.

[CAUTIONALIS, CAUTIONALIS, CAUTIONALE] : ADJ relation to a legal cautio (security, bond, guarantee, pledge);

[CAUTIS, CAUTIS] : N rough pointed/detached rock, loose stone; rocks (pl.), cliff, crag; reef;

[CAUTOR, CAUTORIS] : N one who takes precautions/who is wary/on guard; one who stands bail/surety;

[CAUTOR] : guarantor.

[CAUTOR] : one who is on his guard/ one who goes bond, suretor.

[CAUTROMA, CAUTROMATIS] : N brand, mark produced by a hot iron;

[CAUTULUS, CAUTULA, CAUTULUM] : ADJ rather safe;

[CAUTUM, CAUTI] : N provisions (pl.) (of a law);

[CAUTUS, CAUTA -UM, CAUTIOR -OR -US, CAUTISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ cautious/careful; circumspect, prudent; wary, on guard; safe/secure; made safe;

[CAUTUS] : circumspect.

[CAVA, CAVAE] : N hollow;

[CAVAEDIUM, CAVAEDII] : N inner court of a roman house; (cavus aedium);

[CAVAMEN, CAVAMINIS] : N cavern, hollow; hollowing out;

[CAVANNUS, CAVANNI] : N nightowl;

[CAVARE] : manorial task of cultivating, digging, ditching, etc.caveo ;

[CAVATICUS, CAVATICA, CAVATICUM] : ADJ belonging to/born in/living in caves;

[CAVATIO, CAVATIONIS] : N hollow shape, cavity; cavern, hollow;

[CAVATOR, CAVATORIS] : N excavator, one who hollows/digs out;

[CAVATURA, CAVATURAE] : N cavity, hollow;

[CAVATUS, CAVATA -UM, CAVATIOR -OR -US, CAVATISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ hollow, hollow in form; hollowed out, excavated; forming a cave;

[CAVE CANEM! ] : PHRASE beware of the dog!

[CAVEA, CAVEAE] : N hollow/cavity; roof (mouth); (eye) socket; auditorium/theater; seats/audience;

[CAVEA, CAVEAE] : N cage/coop/stall/beehive/bird-cage; fence, enclosure; basket/crate;

[CAVEA] : hollow place, cavity/ cave/ pit.

[CAVEALIS, CAVEALIS, CAVEALE] : ADJ kept in a cave/cellar;

[CAVEAT EMPTOR. ] : PHRASE let the buyer beware.

[CAVEATUS, CAVEATA, CAVEATUM] : ADJ shut in, caged. cooped up; arranged like seats in a theater;

[CAVEFACIO, CAVEFACERE, CAVEFECI, CAVEFACTUS] : V take precautions/defensive action, beware, avoid; give/get surety; stipulate;

[CAVEO, CAVERE, CAVI, CAUTUS] : V take precautions/defensive action, beware, avoid; give/get surety; stipulate;

[CAVEO] : +acc.= be on guard against/ +ut+subj.=take care that.

[CAVEO] : +acc.= be on guard against /+ut+subj.=take care that.

[CAVEO] : +dat. of a person= take care of, provide for.

[CAVEO] : give security, mortgage.

[CAVERNA, CAVERNAE] : N aperture; orifice (body); interior (trojan horse); celestial sphere; 'depths';

[CAVERNA, CAVERNAE] : N hollow/grotto/cavern/cave/crevice/hole; burrow/den; cavity (tooth); hold (ship);

[CAVERNA] : hollow place, cavity, cave, cavern.

[CAVERNATIM] : ADV through caverns;

[CAVERNO, CAVERNARE, CAVERNAVI, CAVERNATUS] : V make hollow;

[CAVERNOSUS, CAVERNOSA, CAVERNOSUM] : ADJ having hollows or depressions; full of cavities/holes;

[CAVERNULA, CAVERNULAE] : N small hollow/cavity;

[cavi cautum] beware, avoid, look out for / give security. mortgage.

[cavi cautum] beware, avoid, look out for.

[CAVIA, CAVIAE] : N excrementary canal of animals; intestines;

[CAVIARIS, CAVIARIS, CAVIARE] : ADJ (caviares hostiae => sacrifice victims - cavia=>excrementary canal of animals);

[CAVILLA, CAVILLAE] : N jesting, banter, raillery, scoffing;

[CAVILLABUNDUS, CAVILLABUNDA, CAVILLABUNDUM] : ADJ seeking for jesting/raillery/scoffing;

[CAVILLATIO, CAVILLATIONIS] : N raillery/banter/badinage, jeering/scoffing; sophistry, quibbling, captiousness;

[CAVILLATOR, CAVILLATORIS] : N jester, banterer; quibbler, caviler, sophist, captious critic;

[CAVILLATRIX, CAVILLATRICIS] : N quibbler (female), captious critic, sophist; sophistry;

[CAVILLATUS, CAVILLATI] : N raillery; banter, good-natured ridicule;

[CAVILLOR, CAVILLARI, -, CAVILLATUS SUM] : V jest, banter; make fun of, satirize, mock; use sophistry, quibble, cavil (at);

[CAVILLOSUS, CAVILLOSA, CAVILLOSUM] : ADJ full of raillery/irony;

[CAVILLUM, CAVILLI] : N jesting, banter, raillery, scoffing;

[CAVILLUS, CAVILLI] : N jesting, banter;

[CAVO, CAVARE, CAVAVI, CAVATUS] : V hollow out, make concave/hollow; excavate; cut/pierce through; carve in relief;

[CAVO] : hollow out, excavate/ pierce/ dig, cultivate.

[CAVOSITAS, CAVOSITATIS] : N hollow, cavity, hole;

[CAVUM, CAVI] : N hole, cavity, depression, pit, opening; cave, burrow; enclosed space; aperture;

[CAVUM] : a hollow, hole, cavity, pit, excavation, depression.

[CAVUS, CAVA, CAVUM] : ADJ hollow, excavated, hollowed out; concave; (of waning moon); enveloping; porous;

[CAVUS, CAVA, CAVUM] : ADJ sunken; deep, having deep channel; tubular; having a cavity inside (concealing)

[CAVUS, CAVI] : N hole, cavity, depression, pit, opening; cave, burrow; enclosed space; aperture;

[CAVUS] : hole, pit.

[cecidi, caesus] to fell, fall, be fruitless, kill.

[cecini, cantum] to sing, play an instrument.

[CEDANT ARMA TOGAE, CONCEDAT LAUREA LAUDI. ] : PHRASE may arms yield to the toga (the gown of peace), may the glory of war give way to the glory of peaceful feats.

[CEDENS, (GEN.), CEDENTIS] : ADJ unresisting/deferring/conceding/surrendering/withdrawing; yielding to the touch;

[CEDENTER] : ADV by yielding;

[CEDO CESSI CESSUM] : to grant, yield.

[CEDO, CEDERE, CESSI, CESSUS] : V grant, concede, yield, submit; fall back/to; happen/result; start (period);

[CEDO, CEDERE, CESSI, CESSUS] : V go/pass (from/away); withdraw/retire/leave; step aside/make way; take place of;

[CEDO] : (+ dat.) give ground to, submit to, be inferior to.

[CEDO] : cessi ; cessum ; to grant, yield/ withdraw.

[CEDO] : to go, proceed / turn out, happen/ go away, withdraw.

[CEDO] : to go, proceed/ turn out, happen/ go away, withdraw.

[CEDRELATE, CEDRELATES] : N syrian cedar (juniperus excelia);

[CEDREUS, CEDREA, CEDREUM] : ADJ of cedar, cedar-; obtained from cedar;

[CEDRIA, CEDRIAE] : N gum/resin of the syrian cedar (juniperus excelia), cedar resin/pitch/tar;

[CEDRINUS, CEDRINA, CEDRINUM] : ADJ of cedar/cedar-wood, cedar-; obtained from cedar;

[CEDRIS, CEDRIDIS] : N cone of the cedar tree; kind of juniper?] : fruit/berry of cedar/juniper (l+s);

[CEDRIS, CEDRIDOS/IS] : N cone of the cedar tree; kind of juniper?] : fruit/berry of cedar/juniper (l+s);

[CEDRIUM, CEDRII] : N oil/wood-tar/pitch/resin obtained from the cedar tree; oil of cedar;

[CEDROSTIS, CEDROSTIS] : N bryony (plant); white vine (l+s);

[CEDRUS, CEDRI] : N cedar/juniper; cedar wood; cedar-oil/tar (used as preservative/medicine);

[CELAMENTUM, CELAMENTI] : N secret; concealment;

[CELANDUM, CELANDI] : N privy parts (pl.), privates;

[CELATE] : ADV secretly; privately;

[CELATIM] : ADV secretly; privately;

[CELATOR, CELATORIS] : N one who conceals/keeps secrets; concealer/hider;

[CELATUM, CELATI] : N secret;

[CELEBER, CELEBRIS -E, CELEBRIOR -OR -US, CELEBERRIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ oft repeated, frequent; busy, crowded, much used/frequented, populous; festive;

[CELEBER, CELEBRIS -E, CELEBRIOR -OR -US, CELEBERRIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ famous, celebrated, renowned; honored, distinguished; famed; notorious;

[CELEBERRIME] : ADV SUPER (most/very) frequently;

[CELEBRABILIS, CELEBRABILIS, CELEBRABILE] : ADJ commendable;

[CELEBRATIO, CELEBRATIONIS] : N celebrating a festival/mass; throng/crowd, audience/gathering; common use/vogue;

[CELEBRATIO] : large crowd, audience, assembly.

[CELEBRATOR, CELEBRATORIS] : N one who celebrates/extols;

[CELEBRATUS, CELEBRATA, CELEBRATUM] : ADJ crowded, much frequented, festive; current, popular; celebrated/distinguished;

[CELEBRESCO, CELEBRESCERE,] : V become famous/renowned/celebrated;

[CELEBRIS, CELEBRIS, CELEBRE] : ADJ oft repeated, frequent; busy, crowded, much used/frequented, populous; festive;

[CELEBRIS, CELEBRIS, CELEBRE] : ADJ famous, celebrated, renowned; honored, distinguished; famed; notorious;

[CELEBRIS] : celebrated.

[CELEBRITAS, CELEBRITATIS] : N crowded conditions, crowding, multitude; fame, renown, reputation; frequency;

[CELEBRITAS] : crowd, multitude/ celebration/ fame, renown.

[CELEBRITAS] : crowd, multitude / celebration / fame, renown

[CELEBRITER] : ADV solemnly; ceremonially;

[CELEBRO, CELEBRARE, CELEBRAVI, CELEBRATUS] : V celebrate; frequent, crowd; honor/glorify; publicize/advertise; discuss, bandy;

[CELEBRUS] : abounding in, rich in, much frequented, respected.

[CELER, CELERIS -E, CELERIOR -OR -US, CELERRIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ swift, quick, agile, rapid, speedy, fast; rash, hasty, hurried; lively; early;

[CELER, CELERIS] : N knights (pl.) (old name/precursor of equestrian order); roman kings' bodyguard;

[CELER] : quick, swift, rapid, speedy, fast.

[CELERANTER] : ADV quickly, rapidly, speedily; with speed; in haste;

[CELERATIM] : ADV quickly, rapidly, speedily;

[CELERE] : ADV quickly/rapidly/speedily; hastily; soon/at an early moment; in a short period;

[CELERIPES, (GEN.), CELERIPEDIS] : ADJ swift-footed; swift of foot;

[CELERITAS, CELERITATIS] : N speed, quickness, rapidity; speed of action, dispatch; haste; early date;

[CELERITAS] : speed, swiftness, rapidity, quickness.

[CELERITER, CELERIUS, CELERRIME] : ADV quickly/rapidly/speedily; hastily; soon/at once/early moment; in short period;

[CELERITER] : rapidly, quickly, swiftly, speedily.

[CELERITUDO, CELERITUDINIS] : N speed; swiftness;

[CELERIUSCULE] : ADV rather rapidly; somewhat quickly;

[CELERO, CELERARE, CELERAVI, CELERATUS] : V quicken/accelerate; make haste, act quickly/be quick; hasten, hurry, do quickly;

[CELES, CELETIS] : N small/fast boat, yacht; (statue of) a race horse;

[CELETIZON, CELETIZONTOS/IS] : N riders on horse-back; (statue by that name);

[CELEUMA, CELEUMATIS] : N the call of the boatswain giving time to the rowers;

[CELEUSMA, CELEUSMAE] : N the call of the boatswain giving time to the rowers;

[CELEUSMA, CELEUSMATIS] : N the call of the boatswain giving time to the rowers;

[CELIA, CELIAE] : N kind of beer (made in spain);

[CELLA, CELLAE] : N storeroom, (wine) cellar, larder; temple chamber, sanctuary; room, garret; pen;

[CELLA, CELLAE] : N cell; monastery;

[CELLA] : room, store-room, garret

[CELLA] : room, store-room, garret.

[CELLARERO] : cathedral or monastery administrator in charge of supplies.

[CELLARIARIUS, CELLARIARIA, CELLARIARIUM] : ADJ relating to/connected with a store-room;

[CELLARIARIUS, CELLARIARII] : N keeper of a larder/cellar; steward, butler, cellarer; storekeeper;

[CELLARIENSIS, CELLARIENSIS, CELLARIENSE] : ADJ relating to/connected with a store-room;

[CELLARIOLUM, CELLARIOLI] : N little room;

[CELLARIS, CELLARIS, CELLARE] : ADJ relating to/connected with a store-room;

[CELLARIS, CELLARIS, CELLARE] : ADJ kept in a cage/cote/pen; (pigeons/etc.);

[CELLARIUM, CELLARII] : N store-room;

[CELLARIUS, CELLARIA, CELLARIUM] : ADJ relating to/connected with a store-room;

[CELLARIUS, CELLARII] : N keeper of a larder/cellar; steward, butler, cellarer; storekeeper;

[CELLATIO, CELLATIONIS] : N a series of store-rooms;

[CELLOLA, CELLOLAE] : N small/slave's room; humble apartment/dwelling; porter's lodge; whore's cubicle;

[CELLULA, CELLULAE] : N cell; monastery;

[CELLULA, CELLULAE] : N small/slave's room; humble apartment/dwelling; porter's lodge; whore's cubicle;

[CELLULANUS, CELLULANI] : N hermit; recluse;

[CELO, CELARE, CELAVI, CELATUS] : V conceal, hide, keep secret; disguise; keep in the dark/in ignorance; shield;

[CELO, CELONIS] : N stallion;

[CELO] : to hide, conceal, keep secret.

[CELOCLA, CELOCLAE] : N small boat;

[CELOCULA, CELOCULAE] : N small boat;

[CELOX, (GEN.), CELOCIS] : ADJ fast, rapid, swift, fleet; (classical mostly applied to boats);

[CELOX, CELOCIS] : N cutter, yacht, light/fast boat; packet boat;

[CELOX] : -ocis fast, rapid, swift, fleet.

[CELSE, CELSIUS, CELSISSIME] : ADV high; higher, to a greater height; most proudly/prominently/lofty;

[CELSITUDO, CELSITUDINIS] : N height, tallness; loft carriage of the body (l+s); (late title) your highness;

[CELSUS, CELSA, CELSUM] : ADJ high, lofty, tall; haughty; arrogant/proud; prominent, elevated; erect;

[CELSUS] : elevated, lofty / arrogant, proud, haughty.

[CELSUS] : elevated, lofty/ arrogant, proud, haughty.

[CELTHIS, CELTHIS] : N african species of lotus;

[CELTIS, CELTIS] : N african species of lotus;

[CELTUS, CELTA, CELTUM] : ADJ the celts, inhabitants of central gaul;

[CELULA, CELULAE] : N cell; monastery;

[CELUM, CELI] : N chisel; engraving tool; burin;

[CEMENTARIUS, CEMENTARI(I)] : N worker in concrete; stone cutter, mason, builder of walls (l+s);

[CEMENTICIUM, CEMENTICII] : N concrete (undressed stones/rubble, lime and sand); unhewn/quarried stone (l+s);

[CEMENTICIUS, CEMENTICIA, CEMENTICIUM] : ADJ of concrete (undressed stones/rubble, lime and sand); of unhewn stones (l+s);

[CEMENTUM, CEMENTI] : N small stones, rubble (for concrete); quarry stones (for walls) (l+s); chips;

[CEMOS, CEMI] : N unidentified plant;

[CENA, CENAE] : N dinner/supper, principle roman meal (evening); course; meal; company at dinner;

[CENA] : dinner, meal.

[CENABUM, CENABI] : N cenabum; town in gaul; orleans;

[CENACULARIA, CENACULARIAE] : N the business of renting attic lodgings; leasing of an attic;

[CENACULARIUS, CENACULARIA, CENACULARIUM] : ADJ of/pertaining to a garret/attic;

[CENACULARIUS, CENACULARII] : N lodging-house keeper; tenant of an attic/garret (l+s);

[CENACULATUS, CENACULATA, CENACULATUM] : ADJ with garrets (house);

[CENACULUM, CENACULI] : N attic, garret (often let as lodging); upstairs dining room; top/upper story;

[CENACULUM] : garret, attic.

[CENALIS, CENALIS, CENALE] : ADJ of/pertaining to (a) dinner;

[CENATICUM, CENATICI] : N money given to soldiers instead of food, subsistence allowance;

[CENATICUS, CENATICA, CENATICUM] : ADJ of/pertaining to (a) dinner;

[CENATIO, CENATIONIS] : N dining-room; dining hall;

[CENATIUNCULA, CENATIUNCULAE] : N small dining-room;

[CENATOR, CENATORIS] : N diner; dinner guest;

[CENATORIUM, CENATORII] : N dining room, hall; evening dress, dinner wear (pl.);

[CENATORIUS, CENATORIA, CENATORIUM] : ADJ of/used for dining; pertaining to dinner or the table;

[CENATURIO, CENATURIRE,] : V desire to dine; have an appetite for dinner;

[CENATUS, CENATA, CENATUM] : ADJ having dined/eaten; supplied with dinner;

[CENCHRIS, CENCHRIDIS] : N species of hawk; (probably kestrel);

[CENCHRIS, CENCHRIS] : N kind of snake;

[CENCHRITIS, CENCHRITIS] : N precious stone;

[CENCHROS, CENCHRI] : N small diamond;

[CENITO, CENITARE, CENITAVI, CENITATUS] : V dine/eat habitually (in a particular place/manner); have dinner, dine (often);

[CENO, CENARE, CENAVI, CENATUS] : V dine, eat dinner/supper; have dinner with; dine on, make a meal of;

[CENO] : to dine.

[CENOTAPHIUM, CENOTAPHII] : N cenotaph, empty tomb/monument to one whose body is elsewhere; (tumulus inanis);

[CENSEO, CENSERE, CENSUI, CENSITUS] : V think/suppose, judge; recommend; decree, vote, determine; count/reckon; assess;

[CENSEO, CENSERE, CENSUI, CENSUS] : V think/suppose, judge; recommend; decree, vote, determine; count/reckon; assess;

[CENSEO] : argue, suggest, advise.

[CENSEO] : censui, censum/ estimate, assess, evaluate.

[CENSEO] : censui, censum/ estimate, assess, evaluate / argue, suggest, advise

[CENSIO, CENSIONIS] : N assessing/rating of a census; punishment by a censor; recommendation/decision;

[CENSITIO, CENSITIONIS] : N declaration of will, command; tax, taxing, taxation, tribute;

[CENSITOR, CENSITORIS] : N registrar/taxation official in a roman province/presiding over rating citizens;

[CENSITUS, CENSITA, CENSITUM] : ADJ registered; assessed. rated, estimated; judged; taxed; (vpar censeo);

[CENSOR, CENSORIS] : N censor, magistrate for registration/census; censurer, critic (behavior/books);

[CENSOR] : judge.

[CENSORIUS, CENSORIA, CENSORIUM] : ADJ of/belonging to/dealt with by/having been a censor, censorial; austere, moral;

[CENSUALIS, CENSUALIS, CENSUALE] : ADJ of/connected with the census of citizens;

[CENSUALIS, CENSUALIS] : N those who make out the censor's lists/rolls; the censor's lists/rolls;

[CENSUM, CENSI] : N estimate of property value by the census/censor; ones property/wealth/fortune;

[CENSURA, CENSURAE] : N office/conduct/power of censor, the censorship; appraisal, oversight, control;

[CENSURA] : judgement.

[CENSURA] : opinion, judgment.

[CENSUS, CENSA, CENSUM] : ADJ registered; assessed. rated, estimated; judged; taxed; (vpar censeo);

[CENSUS, CENSUS] : N census/registration (5 yr.); census roll; wealth, property; estate valuation;

[CENSUS] : gifts, tax, annual render.

[CENSUS] : -us/ wealth, property / census

[CENSUS] : -us/ wealth, property/ census.

[CENTAUREUM, CENTAUREI] : N centaury (herb); (of medicinal properties discovered by chiron the centaur);

[CENTAURIA, CENTAURIAE] : N centaury (herb); (of medicinal properties discovered by chiron the centaur);

[CENTAURION, CENTAURII] : N centaury (herb); (of medicinal properties discovered by chiron the centaur);

[CENTAURIS, CENTAURIDIS] : N a species of centaury (herb); (properties discovered by chiron the centaur);

[CENTAURIUM, CENTAURI(I)] : N centaury (herb); (of medicinal properties discovered by chiron the centaur);

[CENTAURUS, CENTAURI] : N centaur, a mythical creature, half man and half horse; name of constellation;

[CENTENA, CENTENAE] : N a dignity in the imperial court;

[CENTENARIUM, CENTENARII] : N a hundred (roman) pounds weight, hundredweight;

[CENTENARIUS, CENTENARIA, CENTENARIUM] : ADJ containing/consisting of/numbering/possessing/costing a hundred; hundred;

[CENTENIONALIS, CENTENIONALIS, CENTENIONALE] : ADJ small coin; (with nummus);

[CENTENSIM] : NUM one hundredth; (part/in series);

[CENTENSIMO, CENTENSIMARE,] : V take out every hundredth (for punishment), centesimate;

[CENTENSIMUS, CENTENSIMA, CENTENSIMUM] : NUM one hundredth; (part/in series);

[CENTENSUM] : NUM one hundredth; (part/in series);

[CENTENSUMUS, CENTENSUMA, CENTENSUMUM] : NUM one hundredth; (part/in series);

[CENTENUM, CENTENI] : N species of very productive wheat (of a hundred grains);

[CENTESIMA, CENTESIMAE] : N hundredth part; one per cent; (of interest, usu. 1% per month);

[CENTICEPS, (GEN.), CENTCIPITIS] : ADJ hundred-headed, having a hundred heads;

[CENTIFIDUS, CENTIFIDA, CENTIFIDUM] : ADJ divided into a hundred parts; divided into a great many parts;

[CENTIFOLIUS, CENTIFOLIA, CENTIFOLIUM] : ADJ having a hundred petals/leaves; (rose);

[CENTIGRANIUS, CENTIGRANIA, CENTIGRANIUM] : ADJ species of very productive wheat (of a hundred grains);

[CENTIMALIS, CENTIMALIS, CENTIMALE] : ADJ surgical instrument (w/fistula), trocar (perforator for drawing fluid/abscess);

[CENTIMANUS, CENTIMANA, CENTIMANUM] : ADJ hundred-handed;

[CENTIMETER, CENTIMETRI] : N one who employs a hundred/very many meters (poetic);

[CENTINODIUS, CENTINODIA, CENTINODIUM] : ADJ with a hundred knots; (~ herba => unknown plant);

[CENTIPEDA, CENTIPEDAE] : N centipede;

[CENTIPELLIO, CENTIPELLIONIS] : N third stomach of a ruminant, psalterium, iomasum, manyplies;

[CENTIPES, (GEN.), CENTIPEDIS] : ADJ hundred-footed; (e.g., like a centipede);

[CENTIPES, CENTIPEDIS] : N centipede;

[CENTIPLEX, (GEN.), CENTIPLICIS] : ADJ hundredfold;

[CENTIPLICATO] : ADV at one hundred times the price;

[CENTO, CENTONIS] : N patchwork quilt, blanket or curtain made of old garments sewn together; rags;

[CENTOCULUS, CENTOCULA, CENTOCULUM] : ADJ hundred-eyed; (e.g., argus); with a multitude of eyes;

[CENTONARIUS, CENTONARII] : N fireman using mats to extinguish fires; (late) maker of patchwork, rag dealer;

[CENTONARIUS, CENTONARIA, CENTONARIUM] : ADJ of/pertaining to patchwork/rags;

[CENTRALIS, CENTRALIS, CENTRALE] : ADJ central; centrally located; in the middle/center;

[CENTRATUS, CENTRATA, CENTRATUM] : ADJ central; in the middle/center;

[CENTRINA, CENTRINAE] : N kind of wasp or beetle (usu. pl.);

[CENTROSUS, CENTROSA, CENTROSUM] : ADJ characterized by knots/like flaws; in the central point, inward, internal (l+s);

[CENTRUM, CENTRI] : N center (circle/sphere/earth); vanishing point; axis, pivot; knot; spur (fowl);

[CENTUM, CENTESIMUS -A -UM, CENTENI -AE -A, CENTIE(N)S] : NUM one hundred;

[CENTUM] : NUM one hundred;

[CENTUM] : one hundred, 100 (undeclinable).

[CENTUMGEMINUS, CENTUMGEMINA, CENTUMGEMINUM] : ADJ hundredfold; hundred-handed (briareus); hundred-gated (thebes);

[CENTUMPEDA, CENTUMPEDAE] : N hundred-footed; (e.g., a centipede);

[CENTUMPLEX, (GEN.), CENTUMPLICIS] : ADJ hundredfold;

[CENTUMPONDIA, CENTUMPONDIAE] : N N weight of one hundred pounds;

[CENTUMVIR, CENTUMVIRI] : N panel of (about 100) judges chosen annually to decide civil suits (pl.);

[CENTUMVIRALIS, CENTUMVIRALIS, CENTUMVIRALE] : ADJ of/belonging to/pertaining to centumviri (civil court of 100)/its jurisdiction;

[CENTUNCULUS, CENTUNCULI] : N patchwork blanket/cloth/drape; multicolored saddle cloth (l+s); small patch;

[CENTUNCULUS, CENTUNCULI] : N plant of doubtful identity; (knotweed l+s);

[CENTUPEDA, CENTUPEDAE] : N centipede;

[CENTUPLEX, (GEN.), CENTUPLICIS] : ADJ hundredfold;

[CENTUPLICATO] : ADV at one hundred times the price;

[CENTUPLICATUM, CENTUPLICATI] : N a hundredfold (pl.); centuple;

[CENTUPLICATUS, CENTUPLICATA, CENTUPLICATUM] : ADJ increased a hundredfold; centupled;

[CENTUPLICO, CENTUPLICARE, CENTUPLICAVI, CENTUPLICATUS] : V increase a hundredfold;

[CENTUPLUM, CENTUPLI] : N a hundredfold; centuple;

[CENTUPLUS, CENTUPLA, CENTUPLUM] : ADJ hundredfold; centuple;

[CENTUPONDIA, CENTUPONDIAE] : N N weight of one hundred pounds;

[CENTURIA, CENTURIAE] : N century, company of 60-100 men in legion; voting unit; land unit (200 jugera);

[CENTURIALIS, CENTURIALIS, CENTURIALE] : ADJ belonging to a given centuria for voting; boundary marker of land centuria;

[CENTURIATIM] : ADV by centuries; (citizens for voting/soldiers in companies);

[CENTURIATIO, CENTURIATIONIS] : N division of land into centuriae (about 100 acre plots);

[CENTURIATO] : ADV by centuries; (citizens for voting/soldiers in companies);

[CENTURIATUS, CENTURIATA, CENTURIATUM] : ADJ voting in centuriae; (comitia ~ => roman assembly); divided into centuriae;

[CENTURIATUS, CENTURIATUS] : N office of centurion; division into centuriae (land/voting);

[CENTURIO, CENTURIARE, CENTURIAVI, CENTURIATUS] : V arrange/assign (soldiers) in military centuries; divide land into centuriae;

[CENTURIO, CENTURIONIS] : N centurion, captain/commander of a century/company;

[CENTURIONATUS, CENTURIONATUS] : N office of centurion; revision of the list of centurions; election of centurion;

[CENTURIONATUS, CENTURIONATUS] : N division into centuriae (land/voting);

[CENTURIONICUS, CENTURIONICA, CENTURIONICUM] : ADJ in the capacity of a centurion;

[CENTURIONUS, CENTURIONI] : N centurion, captain of a century;

[CENTUSSIS, CENTUSSIS] : N sum of 100 asses, a hundred;

[CENULA, CENULAE] : N little dinner, supper;

[CENUM, CENI] : N mud, mire, filth, slime, dirt, uncleanness; (of persons) scum/filth;

[CEPA ASCALONIA] : (?) shallot Allium asacalonium (L.)

[CEPA PALLACANA] : chive, (French ; civette)(?)

[CEPA, CEPAE] : N onion (allium capa); (used as term of abuse);

[CEPA] : onion Alium cepa

[CEPAEA, CEPAEAE] : N herb (unidentified); plant like portulacca, portulacca-leaved sedum (l+s);

[CEPARIUS, CEPARII] : N grower of onions; trader in onions (l+s);

[CEPATICUS, CEPATICA, CEPATICUM] : ADJ resembling an onion;

[CEPE, CEPIS] : N onion (allium capa);

[CEPETUM, CEPETI] : N onion bed;

[CEPHALAEA, CEPHALAEAE] : N persistent/lasting headache;

[CEPHALAEOTA, CEPHALAEOTAE] : N collector of the capitation/poll tax;

[CEPHALAEUM, CEPHALAEI] : N head-portions/parts;

[CEPHALALGIA, CEPHALALGIAE] : N headache;

[CEPHALALGICUS, CEPHALALGICA, CEPHALALGICUM] : ADJ sick with a headache;

[CEPHALARGIA, CEPHALARGIAE] : N headache;

[CEPHALARGICUS, CEPHALARGICA, CEPHALARGICUM] : ADJ sick with a headache;

[CEPHALICUS, CEPHALICA, CEPHALICUM] : ADJ for the head, of/relating to the head, head-;

[CEPHALO, CEPHALONIS] : N palm tree;

[CEPHALOTE] : ADJ having a head;

[CEPHALOTON] : ADJ having a head;

[CEPHALOTOS, CEPHALOT] : ADJ having a head;

[CEPHEN, CEPHENIS] : N drones (pl.) (in a swarm/hive of bees);

[CEPHUS, CEPHI] : N bowl, goblet, cup; communion cup;

[CEPINA, CEPINAE] : N onion bed/field;

[CEPITIS, CEPITIDIS] : N kind of veined gem;

[CEPOLARTITIS, CEPOLARTITIDIS] : N kind of veined gem;

[CEPOLENDRUM, CEPOLENDRI] : N imaginary condiment;

[CEPONIS, CEPONIDIS] : N precious stone (unknown);

[CEPOSUS, CEPOSA, CEPOSUM] : ADJ abounding in onions; full of onions;

[CEPOTAFIOLUM, CEPOTAFIOLI] : N small garden tomb;

[CEPOTAFIUM, CEPOTAFII] : N garden tomb;

[CEPOTAFIUS, CEPOTAFII] : N garden tomb;

[CEPOTAPHIOLUM, CEPOTAPHIOLI] : N small garden tomb;

[CEPOTAPHIUM, CEPOTAPHII] : N garden tomb;

[CEPOTAPHIUS, CEPOTAPHII] : N garden tomb;

[CEPS, (GEN.), CIPIS] : ADJ -headed; -fold; -part (only w/num/prep prefix); occupying x place in series;

[CEPULLA, CEPULLAE] : N onion bed/field;

[CEPULLA] : chibol Allium fistulosum (L.)

[CEPURICUS, CEPURICA, CEPURICUM] : ADJ pertaining to gardening;

[CERA, CERAE] : N wax, beeswax; honeycomb; wax-covered writing tablet, letter; wax image/seal;

[CERACHATES, CERACHATAE] : N beeswax-colored agate, wax-agate;

[CERAIS, CERAIDIS] : N wild radish;

[CERAMITIS, CERAMITIDIS] : N kind of gem;

[CERARIA, CERARIAE] : N woman who makes wax lights?;

[CERARIUM, CERARII] : N charge/tax for sealing/affixing wax seal to documents, wax-money/('stamp tax');

[CERARIUS, CERARIA, CERARIUM] : ADJ of/concerned with (wax-covered) writing tablets; of a worker in wax;

[CERARIUS, CERARII] : N dealer in wax; writer on tablets (wax-covered);

[CERAS, CERATIS] : N kind of wild parsnip; (hesperion ~ => mountain on the west coast of lybia);

[CERASIA] : cherries

[CERASINUS, CERASINA, CERASINUM] : ADJ cherry-colored;

[CERASIUM, CERASII] : N cherry; the cherry; cherry tree;

[CERASTES, CERASTAE] : N horned snake (cerastes cornulus); insect parasitic on figs; horned men of crete;

[CERASUM, CERASI] : N cherry-tree/bark/wood; cherry;

[CERASUS, CERASI] : N cherry-tree/bark/wood; cherry;

[CERATIA, CERATIAE] : N plant (unidentified); plant with a single leaf (l+s);

[CERATIAS, CERATAE] : N horn-shaped comet;

[CERATINA, CERATINAE] : N the horn fallacy; (you have not lost your horns, therefore you have horns);

[CERATITIS, CERATITIDIS] : N horned poppy (glaucium flavum);

[CERATIUM, CERATII] : N greek weight corresponding to latin siliqua/2 calculi;

[CERATIUM, CERATII] : N carob tree;

[CERATOIDES, CERATOIDES, CERATOIDES] : ADJ horn-like; (of the outer coat of the eye/sclerotic/white);

[CERATORIUM, CERATORII] : N ointment made with oil and wax, wax-salve, wax-plaster, cerate;

[CERATUM, CERATI] : N ointment made with oil and wax, wax-salve, wax-plaster, cerate;

[CERATURA, CERATURAE] : N coating with wax; smearing over/covering with wax;

[CERATUS, CERATA, CERATUM] : ADJ waxed, wax, of wax, wax colored; coated/fastened/caulked with wax; pliant, soft;

[CERAULES, CERAULAE] : N horn-blower;

[CERAUNIUM, CERAUNII] : N precious stone; onyx?; (meteoric stone?;

[CERAUNIUS, CERAUNIA, CERAUNIUM] : ADJ connected with thunderbolts/thunder/lightning; (varieties of plant/minerals);

[CERAUNUS, CERAUNI] : N precious stone; onyx?; (meteoric stone?;

[CERCERIS, CERCERIIS] : N aquatic bird (unidentified);

[CERCHOLOPIS, CERCHOLOPIS] : N monkey having a tuft of hair at the end of its tail;

[CERCIS, CERCIDIS] : N radius (bone in the arm);

[CERCITIS, CERCITIDIS] : N variety of olive; species of olive tree;

[CERCIUS, CERCII] : N wind between north and west; wnw wind (l+s); (in gallia narbonensis);

[CERCOLOPIS, CERCOLOPIS] : N monkey having a tuft of hair at the end of its tail;

[CERCOPITHECON, CERCOPITHECI] : N long-tailed monkey; (sacred to egyptians l+s);

[CERCOPITHECUS, CERCOPITHECI] : N long-tailed monkey; (sacred to egyptians l+s);

[CERCOPS, CERCOPIS] : N long-tailed monkey; money-grubber; inhabitants of pithecusae changed to monkeys;

[CERCURUS, CERCURI] : N fast light vessel; sea fish found among rocks;

[CERCYRUS, CERCYRI] : N fast light vessel; sea fish found among rocks;

[CERDO, CERDONIS] : N artisan; craftsman; cobbler (l+s); proper name especially of slaves;

[CEREA, CEREAE] : N beverage made from grain; (beer?); spanish drink from grain (l+s);

[CEREALE, CEREALIS] : N the festival of ceres (pl.);

[CEREALIS, CEREALIS, CEREALE] : ADJ of/associated with ceres, suitable for the festival of ceres; of wheat;

[CEREALIS] : sacred to Ceres.

[CEREBELLARE, CEREBELLARIS] : N brain-covering; head-covering;

[CEREBELLUM, CEREBELLI] : N brain; seat of the senses/intellect; little brain (l+s);

[CEREBROSUS, CEREBROSA, CEREBROSUM] : ADJ liable to be affected with passion; enraged/hot-headed/passionate; hare-brained;

[CEREBRUM, CEREBRI] : N brain; top of the head, skull; bud; seat of senses/intelligence; anger/wrath;

[CEREOLUS, CEREOLA, CEREOLUM] : ADJ wax-colored;

[CERES, CERERIS] : N ceres (goddess of grain/fruits); wheat; bread; food;

[CEREUS, CEREA, CEREUM] : ADJ waxed, waxen, of/like wax; wax colored/pale yellow; pliant/soft; easily moved;

[CEREUS, CEREI] : N wax light, taper, candle;

[CEREVISIA, CEREVISIAE] : N kind of beer;

[CERIA, CERIAE] : N beverage made from grain; (beer?); spanish drink from grain (l+s);

[CERIARIA, CERIARIAE] : N female worker (of unknown function);

[CERIFICO, CERIFICARE, CERIFICAVI, CERIFICATUS] : V make wax; spawn (of purple-fish) (make wax/prepare slimy nest for eggs);

[CERIMONIA, CERIMONIAE] : N ceremony; sacred rite/ritual/usage; holy dread, reverence, worship; sanctity;

[CERIMONIALIS, CERIMONIALIS, CERIMONIALE] : ADJ ceremonial; pertaining to a religious/sacred rite/ritual/usage;

[CERIMONIOR, CERIMONIARI,] : V treat with due ceremony; worship;

[CERIMONIOSUS, CERIMONIOSA, CERIMONIOSUM] : ADJ pertaining/devoted to religious/sacred rite/ritual/usage;

[CERIMONIUM, CERIMONII] : N ceremony; sacred rite/ritual/usage; holy dread, reverence, worship; sanctity;

[CERINEUS, CERINEA, CERINEUM] : ADJ made of wax;

[CERINTHA, CERINTHAE] : N honeywort plant; (genus cerinthe); wax-flower, plant bees are fond of (l+s);

[CERINTHE, CERINTHES] : N honeywort plant; (genus cerinthe); wax-flower, plant bees are fond of (l+s);

[CERINTHUS, CERINTHI] : N bee-bread, pollen; (also called erithace or sandaraca);

[CERINUM, CERINI] : N wax-colored/pale yellow garment (pl.);

[CERINUS, CERINA, CERINUM] : ADJ wax-colored;

[CERIOLARE, CERIOLARIS] : N taper-holder;

[CERIOLARIUM, CERIOLARII] : N taper-holder;

[CERIOLARIUS, CERIOLARII] : N maker/seller of tapers;

[CERITIS, CERITIDIS] : N precious stone; wax-stone (l+s);

[CERIUM, CERII] : N cyst/growth characterized by honeycomb pattern; bad swelling/ulcer (l+s);

[CERNENTIA, CERNENTIAE] : N sight, seeing;

[CERNO, CERNERE, CREVI, CRETUS] : V sift, separate, distinguish, discern, resolve, determine; see; examine; decide;

[CERNO] : to perceive.

[CERNO] : to separate, sift, distinguish / decide, resolve, determine.

[CERNO] : to separate, sift, distinguish/ decide, resolve, determine.

[CERNOPHORUS, CERNOPHORI] : N bearer of the cernus (vessel for holding offerings);;

[CERNULO, CERNULARE, CERNULAVI, CERNULATUS] : V throw headlong; throw down (l+s);

[CERNULUS, CERNULA, CERNULUM] : ADJ head foremost; turning a somersault (l+s);

[CERNUO, CERNUARE, CERNUAVI, CERNUATUS] : V fall headfirst; dive; turn a somersault;

[CERNUUS, CERNUA, CERNUUM] : ADJ head foremost; falling headlong; face down, inclined/stooping/bowing forwards;

[CERNUUS, CERNUI] : N kind of shoe; tumbler (l+s); mountebank;

[CERNUUS] : faling headlong.

[CERO, CERARE, CERAVI, CERATUS] : V smear/coat with wax;

[CEROFERARIUS, CEROFERARII] : N waxlight/taper/candle bearer/attendant at christian worship;

[CEROMA, CEROMATIS] : N layer of mud put down for wrestling; the ring; wrestler; wax ointment l+s;

[CEROMATICUS, CEROMATICA, CEROMATICUM] : ADJ smeared with ceroma (mud put down for wrestling-ring); (wax ointment l+s);

[CERONIA, CERONIAE] : N st john's bread (carob-tree pods), husks eaten by prodigal and john the baptist;

[CEROSUS, CEROSA, CEROSUM] : ADJ containing wax; full of wax;

[CEROTUM, CEROTI] : N ointment made with oil and wax, wax-salve, wax-plaster, cerate;

[CEROTURIUM, CEROTURII] : N ointment made with oil and wax, wax-salve, wax-plaster, cerate;

[CERREUS, CERREA, CERREUM] : ADJ of the oak cerrus;

[CERRINUS, CERRINA, CERRINUM] : ADJ of the turkey oak (cerrus);

[CERRITULUS, CERRITULA, CERRITULUM] : ADJ somewhat mad/demented;

[CERRITUS, CERRITA, CERRITUM] : ADJ possessed by ceres; frantic, frenzied; mad, demented;

[CERRO, CERRONIS] : N term of opprobrium/disgrace/reproach; buffoon?;

[CERRUS, CERRI] : N turkey oak (quercus cerris);

[CERTABUNDUS, CERTABUNDA, CERTABUNDUM] : ADJ disputing, contending;

[CERTAMEN, CERTAMINIS] : N contest, competition; battle, combat, struggle; rivalry; (matter in) dispute;

[CERTAMEN] : contest, contention, rivalry of any kind, conflict.

[CERTAMEN] : contest, contention, rivalry of any kind

[CERTAMEN] : engagement, combat.

[CERTATIM] : ADV with rivalry, in competition; earnestly, eagerly (l+s);

[CERTATIO, CERTATIONIS] : N striving; contest; struggling for superiority/mastery; (fight/sports/legal);

[CERTATIVE] : ADV combatively; in order to stir up strife;

[CERTATOR, CERTATORIS] : N disputant, one who argues; competitor;

[CERTATUS, CERTATUS] : N struggle, contention; fight;

[CERTE] : ADV surely, certainly, without doubt, really; at least/any rate, in all events;

[CERTE] : certo ; (adv) certainly, assuredly.

[CERTIM] : ADV surely, certainly, without doubt, really;

[CERTIORO, CERTIORARE, CERTIORAVI, CERTIORATUS] : V inform, show, apprise;

[CERTISCO, CERTISCERE,] : V become more certain/sure/determined?;

[CERTITUDO, CERTITUDINIS] : N certainity, certitude; assurance (bee); truth;

[CERTO, CERTARE, CERTAVI, CERTATUS] : V vie (with), contest, contend/struggle (at law/politics), dispute; fight, strive;

[CERTO, CERTIUS, CERTISSIME] : ADV certainly, definitely, really, for certain/a fact, truly; surely, firmly;

[CERTO] : to contend, settle, dispute, to settle by combat.

[CERTO] : to struggle , fight.

[CERTOR, CERTARI, -, CERTATUS SUM] : V compete (in a contest), contend/struggle (at law/politics), strive;

[CERTUM EST, QUIA IMPOSSIBILE. ] : PHRASE it is certain, because it is impossible.

[CERTUM, CERTI] : N that which is fixed/regular/definite/specified/certain/fact/reliable/settled;

[CERTUS, CERTA -UM, CERTIOR -OR -US, CERTISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ fixed, settled, firm; certain; trusty/reliable; sure; resolved, determined;

[CERTUS] : decided/ definite.

[CERTUS] : determined.

[CERTUS] : undoubted, certain, sure, settled, resolved, decided / definite

[CERTUS] : undoubted, certain, sure, settled, resolved.

[CERUCHUS, CERUCHI] : N braces (pl.) (supporting the yard-arms), ropes fastened to the sail-yards;

[CERULA, CERULAE] : N small piece of wax; red crayon (w/miniata); candlestick, stand for wax tapers;

[CERUSSA, CERUSSAE] : N carbonate of lead; white lead, ceruse; (for paint/cosmetics/medicine/poison);

[CERUSSATUS, CERUSSATA, CERUSSATUM] : ADJ painted/colored white/with white lead; made white with lead;

[CERVA, CERVAE] : N hind, doe; deer;

[CERVARIUS, CERVARIA, CERVARIUM] : ADJ of/pertaining to/connected with deer; (lupus ~ => lynx/wolverine?);

[CERVESA, CERVESAE] : N kind of beer;

[CERVESARIUS, CERVESARII] : N brewer (of beer);

[CERVESIA, CERVESIAE] : N kind of beer;

[CERVICAL, CERVICALIS] : N pillow, cushion;

[CERVICALE, CERVICALIS] : N pillow, cushion;

[CERVICATAS, CERVICATATIS] : N obstinacy, stubbornness;

[CERVICATUS, CERVICATA, CERVICATUM] : ADJ stiff-necked, obstinate, stubborn;

[CERVICOSUS, CERVICOSA, CERVICOSUM] : ADJ stiff-necked, obstinate, stubborn;

[CERVICULA, CERVICULAE] : N neck (men/animals); neck of object (e.g., of air container in water organ);

[CERVINA, CERVINAE] : N deer meat, venison;

[CERVINUS, CERVINA, CERVINUM] : ADJ of/pertaining to deer/stag; (~ senectus => longevity/great age);

[CERVISCUS, CERVISCA, CERVISCUM] : ADJ name of a variety of pear;

[CERVISIA, CERVISIAE] : N kind of beer;

[CERVISIARIUS, CERVISIARIA, CERVISIARIUM] : ADJ beer-; made from/of beer; (erasmus);

[CERVIX, CERVICIS] : N neck (sg/pl.), nape; severed neck/head; cervix, neck (bladder/uterus/jar/land);

[CERVIX] : neck, boldness.

[CERVOS, CERVI] : N stag, deer; forked branches; chevaux-de-frise (spiked barricade against cavalry)

[CERVULA, CERVULAE] : N little hind/doe;

[CERVULUS, CERVULI] : N little chevaux-de-frise (spiked barricade against cavalry);

[CERVUS, CERVI] : N stag, deer; forked branches; chevaux-de-frise (spiked barricade against cavalry)

[CERVUS] : stag, deer.

[CERVUS] : stag. deer

[CERYCEUM, CERYCEI] : N herald's staff, caduceus;

[CERYCIUM, CERYCII] : N herald's staff, caduceus;

[CERYX, CERYCIS] : N herald;

[CESPITO, CESPITARE, CAESPITAVI, CAESPITATUS] : V stumble;

[CESSATIO, CESSATIONIS] : N relaxation/rest/respite; period of disuse, inactivity; idleness, neglect; delay;

[CESSATOR, CESSATORIS] : N idler, sluggard; dilatory person (l+s);

[CESSATRIX, CESSATRICIS] : N idler (female), loiterer;

[CESSICIUS, CESSICIA, CESSICIUM] : ADJ made/appointed by cessio (surrendering/conceding in law); of giving up/ceding;

[CESSIM] : ADV as to give way/lose ground; bending/turning in; (turned) backwards; obliquely;

[CESSIO, CESSIONIS] : N surrendering/conceding (in law); running (of a period of time);

[CESSITIUS, CESSITIA, CESSITIUM] : ADJ made/appointed by cessio (surrendering/conceding in law); of giving up/ceding;

[CESSO, CESSARE, CESSAVI, CESSATUS] : V be remiss/inactive; hold back, leave off, delay, cease from; rest; be free of;

[CESSO] : to leave off, cease / linger, delay

[CESSO] : to leave off, cease/ linger, delay.

[CESSUM, CESSI] : N advance, part of payment that has been made;

[CESSUS, CESSUS] : N backward or yielding movement;

[CESTICILLUS, CESTICILLI] : N small ring/hoop placed on the head to support a burden;

[CESTOS, CESTI] : N band supporting the breasts (esp. girdle of venus); girdle/belt/girth/strap;

[CESTROS, CESTRI] : N plant identified with vettonica; (betony?);

[CESTROS, CESTRI] : N pointed tool used in encaustic (wax) painting; graving tool (l+s);

[CESTROSPHENDONE, CESTROSPHENDONES] : N catapult for discharging bolts;

[CESTROTUS, CESTROTA, CESTROTUM] : ADJ engraved;

[CESTUS, CESTUS] : N boxing-glove, strip of leather weighted with lead/iron tied to boxer's hands;

[CETARIA, CETARIAE] : N fish-pond;

[CETARIUM, CETARI(I)] : N fish-pond;

[CETARIUS, CETARIA, CETARIUM] : ADJ of/pertaining to fish;

[CETARIUS, CETARII] : N fisherman; fishmonger;

[CETERA] : ADV for the rest, otherwise; in other respects;

[CETERA] : for the rest, otherwise

[CETERA] : for the rest, otherwise.

[CETERI] : the remaining, the rest, the others.

[CETERI] : the remaining, the rest, the others

[CETERO] : ADV for the rest(new details/theme), otherwise; in other respects; at other times;

[CETEROQUI] : ADV in other respects, otherwise;

[CETEROQUIN] : ADV in other respects, otherwise;

[CETERUM] : (adv.) otherwise, moreover, but.

[CETERUM] : ADV moreover; but yet; still, for the rest, but, besides; in other respects;

[CETERUS, CETERA, CETERUM] : ADJ the other; the others (pl.). the remaining/rest, all the rest;

[CETERUS] : the other, the rest.

[CETIONIS, CETIONIDIS] : N a precious stone;

[CETOS, CETI] : N whale; porpoise; dolphin; its flesh; sea monster (offered andromeda);

[CETOSUS, CETOSA, CETOSUM] : ADJ of/pertaining to sea-fishes;

[CETRA, CETRAE] : N caetra (small light shield);

[CETUS, CETI] : N whale; porpoise; dolphin; its flesh; sea monster (offered andromeda);

[CEU] : ADV as, in the same way/just as; for example, like; (just) as if; as (if) it were;

[CEUA, CEUAE] : N small breed of cow;

[CEVA, CEVAE] : N small breed of cow;

[CEVEO, CEVERE, CEVI] : V move the haunches in a lewd or effeminate manner, practice such behavior; fawn;

[CEYX, CEYCIS] : N sea bird (loon?); son of lucifer/husband of alcyone; male kingfisher (l+s);

[CHAERE] : INTERJ welcome; hail (L+S);

[CHAEREPHYLLUM, CHAEREPHYLLI] : N chervil (anthiscus cerefolium);

[CHAEREPOLUM, CHAEREPOLI] : N chervil (anthiscus cerefolium);

[CHALASTICAMEN, CHALASTICAMINIS] : N alleviating remedy;

[CHALASTICUS, CHALASTICA, CHALASTICUM] : ADJ of/pertaining to alleviating/soothing;

[CHALATORIUS, CHALATORIA, CHALATORIUM] : ADJ of/pertaining to loosing/letting down;

[CHALAZIAS, CHALAZIAE] : N precious stone (unidentified); (of form and color of hail);

[CHALAZION, CHALAZII] : N wart/tubercle on the eyelid; sty;

[CHALAZIUS, CHALAZIA, CHALAZIUM] : ADJ resembling a hailstone (name of a precious stone); of/pertaining to hail (l+s);

[CHALAZOPHYLAX, CHALAZOPHYLACIS] : N hail-guard (official at cleonae whose duty it was to avert hail by sacrifice);

[CHALAZOSIS, CHALAZOSIS] : N attack of warts or pimples; (acne?);

[CHALBANUM, CHALBANI] : N resinous sap of an umbelliferous plant in syria, galbanum;

[CHALCANTHON, CHALCANTHI] : N copperas-water, cobbler's blackening (for shoe leather); (atramentum sutorium);

[CHALCANTHUM, CHALCANTHI] : N copperas-water, cobbler's blackening (for shoe leather); (atramentum sutorium);

[CHALCAS, CHALCAE] : N plant (of chrysanthemum family?); (buphthalmus?);

[CHALCASPIS, (GEN.), CHALCASPIDIS] : ADJ having/with a brazen shield;

[CHALCASPIS, CHALCASPIDIS] : N soldier with a brazen shield;

[CHALCEDONIUS, CHALCEDONII] : N chalcedony; (stone of third foundation of new jerusalem in revelations 21] : 19);

[CHALCEOS, CHALCEI] : N prickly plant resembling the thistle;

[CHALCETUM, CHALCETI] : N plant (unidentified) (medicinal);

[CHALCEUM, CHALCEI] : N brazen/brass things (pl.);

[CHALCEUS, CHALCEA, CHALCEUM] : ADJ brazen, of brass;

[CHALCIDICE, CHALCIDICES] : N kind of lizard or snake;

[CHALCIDICUM, CHALCIDICI] : N kind of portico or porch; (from chalcis);

[CHALCIS, CHALCIDIS] : N kind of fish (sardine?/herring-like?); kind of lizard/snake; (w/copper spots);

[CHALCIS, CHALCIDOS/IS] : N chalcis; (several towns in greece/elsewhere, esp. chief city of euboea);

[CHALCITES, CHALCITAE] : N copper pyrites; precious stone (of copper color l+s); copper stone/ore (l+s);

[CHALCITIS, CHALCITIDIS] : N copper pyrites; precious stone (of copper color l+s); copper stone/ore (l+s);

[CHALCOGRAPHUS, CHALCOGRAPHI] : N printer; (erasmus);

[CHALCOPHONOS, CHALCOPHONI] : N precious stone; (ringing like brass l+s);

[CHALCOPHTHONGOS, CHALCOPHTHONGI] : N precious stone; (ringing like brass l+s);

[CHALCOSMARAGDUS, CHALCOSMARAGDI] : N precious stone; emerald with veins of brass (malachite?) (l+s);

[CHALCUS, CHALCI] : N copper coin (of small value, one tenth obol, one 60th or 40th of a drachma);

[CHALDAEUS, CHALDAEA, CHALDAEUM] : ADJ chaldaen, of/concering chaldaens; of their soothsayers/astrologers/astromers;

[CHALDAEUS, CHALDAEI] : N chaldaen, people of south assyria; their soothsayers/astrologers/astromers;

[CHALDAICUS, CHALDAICA, CHALDAICUM] : ADJ chaldaen, of/concering chaldaens; of their soothsayers/astrologers/astromers;

[CHALDEUS, CHALDEA, CHALDEUM] : ADJ chaldaen, of/concering chaldaens; of their soothsayers/astrologers/astromers;

[CHALDEUS, CHALDEI] : N chaldaen, people of south assyria; their soothsayers/astrologers/astromers;

[CHALO, CHALARE, CHALAVI, CHALATUS] : V let down, allow to hang free; loosen;

[CHALYBEIUS, CHALYBEIA, CHALYBEIUM] : ADJ of/consisting of iron(/steel);

[CHALYBS, CHALYBIS] : N iron/steel; iron weapons/implements; sword (l+s); horse bit; arrow point; rail;

[CHALYBS] : steel, iron, sickel, sword.

[CHAMA, CHAMAE] : N bi-valve shellfish, clam; cockle (l+s);

[CHAMA, CHAMATIS] : N lynx; (undeclined old);

[CHAMAEACTE, CHAMAEACTES] : N dwarf elder (sambucus ebulus); danewort (l+s);

[CHAMAECERASUS, CHAMAECERASI] : N dwarf cheery tree (prunus prostrata);

[CHAMAECISSOS, CHAMAECISSI] : N ground ivy (glecoma hederacea); kind of cyclamen;

[CHAMAECYPARISSOS, CHEMAECYPARISSI] : N plant, lavender cotton? (santolina chamaecyparissus);

[CHAMAEDAPHNE, CHAMAEDAPHNES] : N periwinkle? (vinca herbacea); butcher's broom? (ruscus racemosus); dwarf laurel;

[CHAMAEDRACON, CHAMAEDRACONIS] : N kind of african serpent; the ground serpent;

[CHAMAEDROPS, CHAMAEDROPIS] : N dwarf palm? (chamaerops humilis); germander? (teucrium chamaedrys) (medicine);

[CHAMAEDRYS, CHAMAEDRYIS] : N germander; (teucrium chamaedrys) (used in medicine); (pure latin trixago l+s);

[CHAMAELEON, CHAMAELEONIS] : N chameleon; (m/f old);

[CHAMAELEON, CHAMAELEONTOS/IS] : N thistles; carline (cardopatium corymbosum)/pine-thistle (atractylis gummifera);

[CHAMAELEON, CHAMAELEONTOS/IS] : N chameleon; (m/f old);

[CHAMAELEON, CHAMAELEONIS] : N thistles; carline (cardopatium corymbosum)/pine-thistle (atractylis gummifera);

[CHAMAELEUCE, CHAMAELEUCES] : N coltsfoot; (tussilago farfara);

[CHAMAEMELINUS, CHAMAEMELINA, CHAMAEMELINUM] : ADJ of/pertaining to chamomile;

[CHAMAEMELON, CHAMAEMELI] : N plant (chamomile?);

[CHAMAEMELYGOS, CHAMAEMELYGI] : N plant; (otherwise called verbenaca);

[CHAMAEMILLA, CHAMAEMILLAE] : N chamomile;

[CHAMAEMYRSINE, CHAMAEMYRSINES] : N butcher's broom (ruscus aculeatus); dwarf myrtle (l+s);

[CHAMAEPEUCE, CHAMAEPEUCES] : N plant (unidentified); ground larch (l+s);

[CHAMAEPITYS, CHAMAEPITYIS] : N plant (genus ajuga); hypericum/st john's wort; groundpine (abortifacient) (l+s);

[CHAMAEPLATANUS, CHAMAEPLATANI] : N plane tree kept small by pruning, pollard plane; dwarf platane (l+s);

[CHAMAEROPS, CHAMAEAROPIS] : N dwarf palm? (chamaerops humilis); germander? (teucrium chamaedrys) (medicine);

[CHAMAESYCE, CHAMAESYCES] : N kind of spurge (euphorbia chamaesyce?); plant, wolf's-milk, ground fig (l+s);

[CHAMAETORTUS, CHAMAETORTA, CHAMAETORTUM] : ADJ twisted to the ground; that creeps on the ground (l+s);

[CHAMAEZELON, CHAMAEZELI] : N plant, cinquefoil; gnaphalium, an unidentified plant;

[CHAMEDYOSMOS, CHAMEDYOSMI] : N rosemary; (pure latin ros marinus);

[CHAMELAEA, CHAMELAEAE] : N dwarf olive (daphne oleoides); shrub (thymelaea, daphne gnidium?);

[CHAMELEA, CHAMELEAE] : N dwarf olive (daphne oleoides); shrub (thymelaea, daphne gnidium?);

[CHAMEUNIA, CHAMEUNIAE] : N couch on the earth;

[CHAMULCUS, CHAMULCI] : N kind of machine;

[CHANAAN, UNDECLINED] : N canaan/palestine;

[CHANAN, UNDECLINED] : N canaan/palestine;

[CHANANEA, CHANANEAE] : N canaan, palestine;

[CHANANEUS, CHANANEA, CHANANEUM] : ADJ of/from canaan/palestine;

[CHANE, CHANES] : N sea-perch (serranus cabrilla?); (perca cabrilla l+s);

[CHANIUS, CHANIA, CHANIUM] : ADJ name of a foot of three long syllables (_ _ _) (w/pes);

[CHANNE, CHANNES] : N sea-perch (serranus cabrilla?); (perca cabrilla l+s);

[CHAOS, CHAI] : N chaos, pit of hell, the underworld; formless/shapeless primordial matter;

[CHARA, CHARAE] : N an edible root, mixed with milk/forms loaf to stave off hunger (caesar cw iii);

[CHARACATUS, CHARACATA, CHARACATUM] : ADJ staked, propped up; provided with stakes;

[CHARACIAS, CHARACIAE] : N reed for props/stakes; kind of spurge (wood spurge?); plant, wolf's-milk;

[CHARACITES, CHARACITAE] : N plant, wolf's-milk;

[CHARACTER, CHARACTERIS] : N branded/impressed letter/mark/etc; marking instrument; stamp, character, style;

[CHARACTERISMOS, CHARACTERISMI] : N characterization; making prominent of the characteristic marks (l+s);

[CHARACTERISMUS, CHARACTERISMI] : N characterization; making prominent of the characteristic marks (l+s);

[CHARADRION, CHARADRII] : N yellowish bird; charadrion;

[CHARADRIUS, CHARADRII] : N yellowish bird; chadadrion;

[CHARAZO, CHARAZARE, CHARAZAVI, CHARAZATUS] : V scratch, engrave;

[CHARISMA, CHARISMATIS] : N gift, present;

[CHARISMA] : carisma ; gift, present.

[CHARISTICUM, CHARISTICI] : N money/allowance for buying papyrus/paper;

[CHARISTIO, CHARISTIONIS] : N kind of weighing machine;

[CHARISTIUM, CHARISTII] : N annual family banquet 3 days after parentalia (20 feb.) where feuds settled;

[CHARITAS, CHARITATIS] : N charity; love of god;

[CHARITAS] : benevolence, offering.

[CHARITATIVE] : ADV charitably; in a charitable manner;

[CHARITATIVUS, CHARITATIVA, CHARITATIVUM] : ADJ charitable, loving, of a charatable nature; pertaining to charity;

[CHARITONBLEPHARON, CHARITONBLEPHARI] : N magical plant producing love;

[CHARMIDATUS, CHARMIDATA, CHARMIDATUM] : ADJ become charmides (comic character in platuus' play trinummus);

[CHARMIDES, CHARMIDAE] : N charmides (comic character in plautus' play trinummus); (son of joy);

[CHARMIDO, CHARMIDARE, CHARMIDAVI, CHARMIDATUS] : V charmidize, turn into charmides (comic character in plautus' play trinummus);

[CHARTA, CHARTAE] : N (sheet/page of) papyrus; record/letter, book/writing(s); thin metal sheet/leaf;

[CHARTACEUS, CHARTACEA, CHARTACEUM] : ADJ made of papyrus/paper; paper-/papyrus-;

[CHARTARIUS, CHARTARII] : N maker of/dealer in papyrus/paper;

[CHARTARIUS, CHARTARIA, CHARTARIUM] : ADJ connected with the making of papyrus/paper; used for papyrus/paper;

[CHARTEUS, CHARTEA, CHARTEUM] : ADJ of/pertaining to papyrus/paper; (~ statium => the literary arena/occupation);

[CHARTIATICUM, CHARTIATICI] : N money/allowance for buying papyrus/paper;

[CHARTOPHYLAX, CHARTOPHYLACIS] : N archivist, keeper of archives;

[CHARTOPOLA, CHARTOPOLAE] : N merchant/dealer in papyrus/paper;

[CHARTULA, CHARTULAE] : N scrap/piece of papyrus; small note, bill (l+s);

[CHARTULARI, CHARTULARIIS] : N court archivist, keeper of archives of the court;

[CHARTUS, CHARTI] : N (sheet/page of) papyrus; record/letter, book/writing(s); thin metal sheet/leaf;

[CHARUS] : affectionate.

[CHARYBDIS, CHARYBDIS] : N charybdis (whirlpool sicily/italy); cruel person; whirlpool; tortuous cavity;

[CHARYBDIS] : whirlpool.

[CHASMA, CHASMATIS] : N chasm/fissure/opening in the earth, abyss; supposed meteoric phenomenon;

[CHASMATIAS, CHASMATIAE] : N earthquake that leaves chasms/fissures/openings in the earth;

[CHAUS, CHAI] : N chaos, pit of hell, the underworld; formless/shapeless primordial matter;

[CHELE, CHELES] : N claw-shaped mechanism; trigger; scorpio' claws (pl.) that extend to libra, libra

[CHELIDON, CHELIDONIS] : N female pudenda/genitalia; (juvenalis?); (rude);

[CHELIDONIA, CHELIDONIAE] : N greater celandine (chelidonium maius)/swallowwort; kind of fig; precious stone;

[CHELIDONIACUS, CHELIDONIACA, CHELIDONIACUM] : ADJ pointed like a swallow's tail;

[CHELIDONIAS, CHELIDONIAE] : N west wind; (blowing after 22 feb. when the swallows arrive);

[CHELIDONIUM, CHELIDONII] : N lesser celandine (ranunculus ficaria); eye-salve containing celandine juice;

[CHELIDONIUS, CHELIDONIA, CHELIDONIUM] : ADJ of/belonging to the swallow; resembling the swallow in color, reddish (fig);

[CHELIUM, CHELII] : N shell of a horned tortoise;

[CHELONIA, CHELONIAE] : N precious stone; tortoise-stone (l+s);

[CHELONITIS, CHELONITIDIS] : N precious stone; (like a tortoise l+s);

[CHELONIUM, CHELONII] : N socket-piece of a windlass/crane, one of the cheeks; plant, cyclaminos (l+s);

[CHELYDRUS, CHELYDRI] : N venomous water-snake;

[CHELYON, CHELYI] : N shell of the horned tortoise;

[CHELYS, CHELYOS/IS] : N tortoise; lyre/harp (made originally from a tortoise shell); constellation lyra;

[CHEMA, CHEMAE] : N bi-valve shellfish, clam; cockle (l+s);

[CHEMA, CHEMAE] : N liquid measure; (one third of a mystrum, one 48th of a sextarius/pint);

[CHENALOPEX, CHEMALOPECIS] : N egyptian goose (chenalopex aegyptiaca);

[CHENAMYCHE, CHENAMYCHES] : N thorny oriental plant (reputed to become luminous at night);

[CHENEROS, CHENEROTIS] : N small kind of goose; (anas clipeata? l+s);

[CHENISCUS, CHENISCI] : N figure on the stern of a ship resembling a goose; gosling;

[CHENOBOSCION, CHENOBOSCII] : N goose pen; place for feeding geese;

[CHENOMYCHE, CHENOMYCHES] : N thorny oriental plant (reputed to become luminous at night);

[CHENTURIO, CHENTURIARE, CHENTURIAVI, CHENTURIATUS] : V arrange/assign (soldiers) in military centuries; divide land into centuriae;

[CHERAGRA, CHERAGRAE] : N pain in the hands, arthritis/gout in hands;

[CHERAGRICUS, CHERAGRICA, CHERAGRICUM] : ADJ suffering from cheragra (pain in the hands, arthritis/gout in hands);

[CHERAGRICUS, CHERAGRICI] : N person suffering from cheragra (pain in the hands, arthritis/gout in hands);

[CHERE] : INTERJ welcome; hail (l+s);

[CHEREGRA, CHEREGRAE] : N gout in the hands;

[CHERNITES, CHERNITAE] : N a white marble; marble resembling ivory (l+s);

[CHERNITIS, CHERNITIDIS] : N precious stone;

[CHEROLABA, CHEROLABAE] : N handle; handspike;

[CHERSINUS, CHERSINA, CHERSINUM] : ADJ living on dry land, land-;

[CHERSOS, CHERSI] : N land tortoise; kind of toad (l+s);

[CHERSYDROS, CHERSYDRI] : N amphibious serpent, water snake;

[CHERUB, UNDECLINED] : N cherub;

[CHERUBIM, UNDECLINED] : N cherubs (pl.); cherubim, a rank of angels; heavenly choir;

[CHERUBIN, UNDECLINED] : N cherubs (pl.); cherubin, a rank of angels; heavenly choir;

[CHIA, CHIAE] : N chian fig; (chios/chius island in aegean off ionia);

[CHILIARCHES, CHILIARCHAE] : N officer commanding a thousand men in a greek army; (battalion commander, ltc);

[CHILIARCHUS, CHILIARCHI] : N officer commanding a thousand men in a greek army; (battalion commander, ltc);

[CHILIAS, CHILIADIS] : N the number 1000, a chiliad, a group of a thousand (things/years);

[CHILIASTA, CHILIASTAE] : N the believers (pl.) in the millennial kingdom;

[CHILIODYNAMA, CHILIODYNAMAE] : N unidentified plant; (medicinal, of a thousand virtues l+s);

[CHILIODYNAMIA, CHILIODYNAMIAE] : N unidentified plant; (medicinal, of a thousand virtues l+s);

[CHILIOPHYLION, CHILIOPHYLII] : N unidentified plant; (thousand leaves);

[CHILO, CHILONIS] : N cognomen (big lips); fellator, one who practices fellatio;

[CHILOMA, CHILOMATIS] : N box, coffer;

[CHIMAERIFER, CHIMAERIFERA, CHIMAERIFERUM] : ADJ producing the chimaera;

[CHIMERINUS, CHIMERINA, CHIMERINUM] : ADJ of winter;

[CHIRAGRA, CHIRAGRAE] : N pain in the hands, arthritis/gout in hands;

[CHIRAGRICUS, CHIRAGRICI] : N person suffering from cheragra (pain in the hands, arthritis/gout in hands);

[CHIRAGRICUS, CHIRAGRICA, CHIRAGRICUM] : ADJ suffering from cheragra (pain in the hands, arthritis/gout in hands);

[CHIRAMAXIUM, CHIRAMAXII] : N hand-cart; small carriage drawn by slaves (l+s);

[CHIREGRA, CHIREGRAE] : N gout in the hands;

[CHIRIDOTA, CHIRIDOTAE] : N sleeved shirt; (with or without tunica);

[CHIRIDOTUS, CHIRIDOTA, CHIRIDOTUM] : ADJ sleeved, with sleeves; (w/tunica => sleeved shirt);

[CHIROCMA, CHIROCMATIS] : N manufactures (pl.); (name of a book by democritus); made by hand (l+s);

[CHIRODYTOS, CHIRODYTI] : N unidentified garment; (chiridota is a sleeved shirt);

[CHIROGRAPHARIUS, CHIROGRAPHARIA, CHIROGRAPHARIUM] : ADJ holding a written bond; in/pertaining to handwriting/manuscript;

[CHIROGRAPHON, CHIROGRAPHI] : N own handwriting; handwritten document, manuscript; written bond/charter/promise;

[CHIROGRAPHUM, CHIROGRAPHI] : N own handwriting; handwritten document, manuscript; written bond/charter/promise;

[CHIROGRAPHUM] : autograph, person's own handwriting / written charter.

[CHIROGRAPHUM] : autograph, person's own handwriting/ written charter.

[CHIROGRAPHUS, CHIROGRAPHI] : N own handwriting; handwritten document, manuscript; written bond/charter/promise;

[CHIRONOMIA, CHIRONOMIAE] : N rules of gesticulation; art of gesturing (l+s);

[CHIRONOMON, CHIRONOMUNTOS/IS] : N gesticulating; pantomime (l+s);

[CHIRONOMON, CHIRONOMONTOS/IS] : N gesticulating; pantomime (l+s);

[CHIRONOMON] : ADJ pantomimic, of/like a pantomime, with gestures;

[CHIRONOMOS, CHIRONOMUNTI] : N gesticulating; pantomime (l+s);

[CHIRONOMOS, CHIRONOMOS] : ADJ pantomimic, of/like a pantomime, with gestures;

[CHIROTHECA, CHIROTHECAE] : N glove, mitten; gauntlet (erasmus);

[CHIRURGIA, CHIRURGIAE] : N surgery; a violent remedy (l+s);

[CHIRURGIUS, CHIRURGIA, CHIRURGIUM] : ADJ surgical;

[CHIRURGUS, CHIRURGA, CHIRURGUM] : ADJ of/pertaining to a surgeon;

[CHIRURGUS, CHIRURGI] : N surgeon; (pure latin medicus vulnerarius l+s);

[CHIUM, CHII] : N small single seed of the alpine raetic grape; chian wine;

[CHIUS, CHIA, CHIUM] : ADJ chian, of chios; of chian wine; characteristic/suggestive of chios, luxurious;

[CHLAMIS, CHLAMIDIS] : N greek cloak/cape frequently for military use; state mantle; cloak, mantle;

[CHLAMYDATUS, CHLAMYDATA, CHLAMYDATUM] : ADJ dressed in a (military) cloak/cape;

[CHLAMYS, CHLAMYDIS] : N greek cloak/cape frequently for military use; state mantle; cloak, mantle;

[CHLAMYS, CHLAMYDOS/IS] : N greek cloak/cape frequently for military use; state mantle; cloak, mantle;

[CHLORA, CHLORAE] : N variety of emerald;

[CHLORA, CHLORAE] : N a medicament, medicine;

[CHLOREUS, CHLOREI] : N unidentified bird; (greenish bird l+s);

[CHLORION, CHLORIONIS] : N golden oriole (oriolus galbula); yellow bird, yellow thrush (l+s);

[CHLORITIS, CHLORITIDIS] : N green precious stone; smaragdoprasus? (l+s);

[CHLORON, CHLORI] : N kind of eye-salve;

[CHOASPITES, CHOASPITIDIS] : N precious stone; (found in the choaspes l+s);

[CHOASPITIS, CHOASPITIDIS] : N precious stone; (found in the choaspes l+s);

[CHOENICA, CHOENICAE] : N dry measure (equal to 2 sextarii) (about a quart);

[CHOENIX, CHOENICIS] : N dry measure (equal to 2 sextarii) (about a quart);

[CHOERAS, CHOERADIS] : N scrofula, king's evil; (chronic lymph gland enlargement); (pure latin struma);

[CHOEROGRYLLUS, CHOEROGRYLLI] : N kind of hare; coney (king james); small gregarious quadruped (hydrax syriacus);

[CHOEROGYLLIUS, CHOEROGYLLII] : N kind of hare; coney (king james); small gregarious quadruped (hydrax syriacus);

[CHOEROS, CHOERI] : N pig; female pudenda/external genitalia (greek for porcus/women's nursery term);

[CHOICUS, CHOICA, CHOICUM] : ADJ of/made of earth/clay;

[CHOLERA, CHOLERAE] : N european/summer cholera (cholera nostras); an attack of cholera;

[CHOLERICUS, CHOLERICI] : N person suffering from european cholera;

[CHOLIAMBUS, CHOLIAMBI] : N limping iambus; (iambic verse whose last foot not iambus but spondee or trochee;

[CHOLRAS, CHOLRAE] : N variety of emerald;

[CHOMA, CHOMATIS] : N bank, mound; dike, dam;

[CHONDRILLE, CHONDRILLES] : N plant, gum succory? (chondrilla funcea); spanish savory, endive/chicory (l+s);

[CHONDRILLON, CHONDRILLI] : N plant, gum succory? (chondrilla funcea); spanish savory, endive/chicory (l+s);

[CHONDRIS, CHONDRIS] : N plant; (bastard dittany?);

[CHONDRIS, CHONDRIS] : N plant, kind of horehound resembling marjoram (marrubium pseudodictamnus);

[CHONDRYLLA, CHONDRYLLAE] : N plant, gum succory? (chondrilla funcea); spanish savory, endive/chicory (l+s);

[CHONDRYLLE, CHONDRYLLES] : N plant, gum succory? (chondrilla funcea); spanish savory, endive/chicory (l+s);

[CHORA, CHORAE] : N site for a monument;

[CHORAGIARIUS, CHORAGIARI(I)] : N supplier of stage equipment/properties/gear/trappings;

[CHORAGIUM, CHORAGI(I)] : N stage equipment/properties; gear/trappings (other); piece of water organ;

[CHORAGIUM, CHORAGII] : N place where chorus practiced; preparing chorus; splendid preparation; a spring;

[CHORAGIUS, CHORAGI(I)] : N theatrical supplier, one supplying equipment/properties to dramatic company;

[CHORAGUS, CHORAGI] : N he who has care of chorus and supplies; he who pays the cost of a banquet;

[CHORAGUS, CHORAGI] : N theatrical supplier, one supplying equipment/properties to dramatic company;

[CHORAULA, CHORAULAE] : N player on the reed pipes; flute player (l+s);

[CHORAULE, CHORAULES] : N player (female) on the reed pipes; flute player (l+s);

[CHORAULES, CHORAULAE] : N player on the reed pipes; flute player (l+s);

[CHORAULICUS, CHORAULICA, CHORAULICUM] : ADJ of/belonging to player on the reed pipes; of/belonging to flute player (l+s);

[CHORDA, CHORDAE] : N tripe; catgut, musical instrument string; rope/cord (binding a slave) (l+s);

[CHORDACISTA, CHORDACISTAE] : N player on a stringed instrument;

[CHORDAPSUS, CHORDAPSI] : N disease of the intestines;

[CHORDUS, CHORDA, CHORDUM] : ADJ late-born/produced out of/late in the season; second (crop of hay), aftermath;

[CHOREA, CHOREAE] : N round/ring dance; dancers; movement of planets; magistrate's court; multitude;

[CHOREPISCOPUS, CHOREPISCOPI] : N deputy bishop for a village; suffragan bishop;

[CHOREUS, CHOREI] : N metrical foot consisting of a long and a short syllable (_u), trochee;

[CHOREUTES, CHOREUTAE] : N choral dancer;

[CHORIAMBICUS, CHORIAMBICA, CHORIAMBICUM] : ADJ choriambic; having metrical foot consisting of a chorius and an iambus (_uu_);

[CHORIAMBUS, CHORIAMBI] : N metrical foot consisting of a chorius and an iambus (_uu_);

[CHORICUM, CHORICI] : N choral part of a play;

[CHORICUS, CHORICA, CHORICUM] : ADJ pertaining to the chorus; (w/metrum) anapaestic verse (hypercatalectic dipody);

[CHORIOIDES, CHORIOIDAE] : N choriod coat of the eye;

[CHORION, CHORII] : N membrane enclosing the fetus, afterbirth;

[CHORIOS, CHORII] : N metrical foot consisting of a long and a short syllable (_u), trochee;

[CHORIUS, CHORII] : N metrical foot consisting of a long and a short syllable (_u), trochee;

[CHOROBATES, CHOROBATAE] : N level, instrument consisting of a long pole with a groove for water;

[CHOROCITHARISTES, CHOROCITHARISTAE] : N one who accompanied a chorus on the lyre/chithara;

[CHOROGRAPHIA, CHOROGRAPHIAE] : N a work of geography, geography book;

[CHOROGRAPHUS, CHOROGRAPHI] : N geographer?, one who describes countries?;

[CHORONA, CHORONAE] : N crown, garland, wreath; circle/cordon of men/troops;

[CHORS, CHORTIS] : N cohort, tenth part of legion (360 men); armed force; band; ship crew; bodyguard

[CHORS, CHORTIS] : N court; enclosure/yard/pen, farmyard; attendants, retinue, staff; circle; crowd;

[CHORTALINUS, CHORTALINA, CHORTALINUM] : ADJ of/pertaining to an imperial/praetorian bodyguard (cohort);

[CHORTALIS, CHORTALIS, CHORTALE] : ADJ pertaining to a farm/cattle yard, farmyard-; of/concerned with poultry keeping;

[CHORTALIS, CHORTALIS, CHORTALE] : ADJ of/connected with a military/praetorian cohort/company/guard;

[CHORTINUS, CHORTINA, CHORTINUM] : ADJ made from grass or fodder;

[CHORUS, CHORI] : N round/ring dance; dancers; movement of planets; magistrate's court; multitude;

[CHORUS, CHORI] : N chorus/choir; choral passage in a play; dancing/singing performance/ers; school;

[CHORUS] : troop.

[CHRESTON, CHRESTI] : N chicory (cichorium intybus);

[CHRIA, CHRIAE] : N topic of general application set for study/exercise in grammar/rhetoric school;

[CHRISMA, CHRISMATIS] : N anointing, unction; sacred oils;

[CHRISTIADUM, CHRISTIADI] : N christendom;

[CHRISTIANE] : ADV in a christian manner;

[CHRISTIANISMUS, CHRISTIANISMI] : N christianity;

[CHRISTIANITAS, CHRISTIANITATIS] : N christianity; christian religion; the christian clergy;

[CHRISTIANIZO, CHRISTIANIZARE, CHRISTIANIZAVI, CHRISTIANIZATUS] : V profess christianity;

[CHRISTIANUS, CHRISTIANA -UM, CHRISTIANIOR -OR -US, CHRISTIANISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ christian;

[CHRISTIANUS, CHRISTIANI] : N christian/follower of christ; christian clergyman; christianity (pl.) (beesom);

[CHRISTIAS, CHRISTIADIS] : N christians (pl.), followers of christ;

[CHRISTICOLA, CHRISTICOLAE] : N christian, worshiper of christ; (often used in pl.);

[CHRISTIFIDELIS, CHRISTIFIDELIS, CHRISTIFIDELE] : ADJ faithful to christ/christianity; following christ;

[CHRISTIFIDELIS, CHRISTIFIDELIS] : N one of the christian faithful; follower of christ;

[CHRISTIGENUS, CHRISTIGENA, CHRISTIGENUM] : ADJ of the lineage of christ; (i.e. the posterity of ruth/jesse);

[CHRISTIPOTENS, (GEN.), CHRISTIPOTENTIS] : ADJ strong in christ;

[CHRISTUS, CHRISTI] : N christ;

[CHROMA, CHROMATOS/IS] : N chromatic scale (divided tetrachord into 2 intervals of 1 semitone and 1 of 3);

[CHROMATICE, CHROMATICES] : N note in the chromatic scale; science of chromatic harmony (l+s);

[CHROMATICE] : ADJ chromatic; (divided tetrachord into 2 intervals of 1 semitone and 1 of 3);

[CHROMATICON] : ADJ chromatic; (divided tetrachord into 2 intervals of 1 semitone and 1 of 3);

[CHROMATICOS, CHROMATIC] : ADJ chromatic; (divided tetrachord into 2 intervals of 1 semitone and 1 of 3);

[CHROMATICUS, CHROMATICA, CHROMATICUM] : ADJ chromatic; (divided tetrachord into 2 intervals of 1 semitone and 1 of 3);

[CHROMIS, CHROMIS] : N sea fish; (umbrina cirrosa?);

[CHRONICA, CHRONICAE] : N book of annuals, chronicles (pl.);

[CHRONICUM, CHRONICI] : N book of annuals, chronicle;

[CHRONICUS, CHRONICA, CHRONICUM] : ADJ written in form of annual/chronicle; pertaining to time; chronic/lingering (l+s)

[CHRONIUS, CHRONIA, CHRONIUM] : ADJ chronic, lingering;

[CHRONOGRAPHUS, CHRONOGRAPHI] : N chronographer, annalist, chronicler;

[CHRYSALLIS, CHRYSALLIS] : N chrysalis; gold-colored chrysalis, aurelia/pupa of a butterfly (l+s);

[CHRYSANTHEMON, CHRYSANTHEMI] : N name of several plants of order compositae; marigold (l+s);

[CHRYSANTHEMUM, CHRYSANTHEMI] : N name of several plants of order compositae; marigold (l+s);

[CHRYSANTHES, CHRYSANTHAE] : N name of several plants of order compositae; marigold (l+s);

[CHRYSANTHUS, CHRYSANTHI] : N name of several plants of order compositae; marigold (l+s);

[CHRYSELECTROS, CHRYSELECTRI] : N amber-colored gem; (classed by pliny with hyacinthus);

[CHRYSELECTRUM, CHRYSELECTRI] : N gold-colored amber;

[CHRYSELECTRUS, CHRYSELECTRI] : N dark-yellow precious stone; amber-colored jacinth/hyacinth-stone?;

[CHRYSENDETUM, CHRYSENDETI] : N things (e.g. dishes) inlaid with gold;

[CHRYSENDETUS, CHRYSENDETA, CHRYSENDETUM] : ADJ inlaid with gold; set in/with gold;

[CHRYSEUM, CHRYSEI] : N gold/gold-colored/golden vessels/dishes;

[CHRYSEUS, CHRYSEA, CHRYSEUM] : ADJ gold-colored, golden;

[CHRYSITES, CHRYSITAE] : N kind of stone;

[CHRYSITES, CHRYSITIDAE] : N kind of stone; phloginos (flame-colored gem), another gold-colored gem (l+s);

[CHRYSITIS, (GEN.), CHRYSITIDIS] : ADJ gold-colored, golden; of golden color;

[CHRYSITIS, CHRYSITIDIS] : N plant (chrysocoma linosyris?); unidentified precious stone; a native lead oxide;

[CHRYSOASPIDES, CHRYSOASPIDES, CHRYSOASPIDES] : ADJ bearing golden shields (kind of soldier serving under alexander severus);

[CHRYSOBERULLUS, CHRYSOBERULLI] : N gold-colored beryl; chrysoberyl (l+s);

[CHRYSOBERYLLUS, CHRYSOBERYLLI] : N gold-colored beryl; chrysoberyl (l+s);

[CHRYSOCALIS, CHRYSOCALIS] : N plant; (also called parthenium);

[CHRYSOCANTHOS, CHRYSOCANTHI] : N kind of ivy having golden berries;

[CHRYSOCARPOS, CHRYSOCARPOS] : ADJ having golden berries;

[CHRYSOCARPUS, CHRYSOCARPA, CHRYSOCARPUM] : ADJ having golden berries;

[CHRYSOCEPHALOS, CHRYSOCEPHSLI] : N golden basilisk;

[CHRYSOCOCCUS, CHRYSOCOCCA, CHRYSOCOCCUM] : ADJ having golden grains;

[CHRYSOCOLLA, CHRYSOCOLLAE] : N green copper carbonate/malachite (pigment/medicine); stone (magnetic pyrite?);

[CHRYSOCOME, CHRYSOCOMES] : N plant (chrysocoma linosyris?);

[CHRYSOGRAPHATUS, CHRYSOGRAPHATA, CHRYSOGRAPHATUM] : ADJ inlaid with gold;

[CHRYSOLACHANUM, CHRYSOLACHANI] : N plant (orach?); garden orachn (also called atriplex) (l+s);

[CHRYSOLAMPIS, CHRYSOLAMPIDIS] : N unidentified precious stone;

[CHRYSOLITHOS, CHRYSOLITHI] : N topaz; chrysolite (l+s);

[CHRYSOLITUS, CHRYSOLITI] : N topaz; chrysolite; (vulgate);

[CHRYSOMALLUS, CHRYSOMALLA, CHRYSOMALLUM] : ADJ having a golden fleece;

[CHRYSOMELINUS, CHRYSOMELINA, CHRYSOMELINUM] : ADJ variety of quince (w/mala);

[CHRYSOMELUM, CHRYSOMELI] : N variety of quince;

[CHRYSOPASTUS, CHRYSOPASTI] : N species of topaz;

[CHRYSOPHRYS, CHRYSOPHRYOS/IS] : N fish; (gilt-head? sparus aurata);

[CHRYSOPIS, CHRYSOPIDIS] : N unidentified precious stone; precious topaz (l+s);

[CHRYSOPRASIUS, CHRYSOPRASIA, CHRYSOPRASIUM] : ADJ variety of precious stone (chrysoprase/golden-green beryl and like);

[CHRYSOPRASOS, CHRYSOPRASI] : N precious stone, chrysoprase; (golden-green beryl and like);

[CHRYSOPRASSOS, CHRYSOPRASSI] : N precious stone, chrysoprase; (golden-green beryl and like);

[CHRYSOPRASSUS, CHRYSOPRASSI] : N precious stone, chrysoprase; (golden-green beryl and like);

[CHRYSOPRASUM, CHRYSOPRASI] : N precious stone, chrysoprase; (golden-green beryl and like);

[CHRYSOPTERON] : ADJ golden-winged; (of a kind of jasper);

[CHRYSOPTEROS, CHRYSOPTEROS] : ADJ golden-winged; (of a kind of jasper);

[CHRYSOS, CHRYSI] : N gold; (chrysos melas => black ivy);

[CHRYSOTHALES, CHRYSOTHALIS] : N kind of aizoon/houseleek, wall-pepper;

[CHRYSUS, CHRYSI] : N gold;

[CHUS, COS/IS] : N liquid measure; (equal to congius/3 quarts);

[CHUTHENUS, CHUTHENI] : N chuthite, inhabitant of chutha; (ancient tribe in near east);

[CHYDAEUS, CHYDAEA, CHYDAEUM] : ADJ common, ordinary; kind of palms (l+s);

[CHYLISMA, CHYLISMATIS] : N extracted/expressed juice (of plants);

[CHYLUS, CHYLI] : N extracted/expressed juice (of plants);

[CHYMUS, CHYMI] : N stomach juices/fluid, chyle;

[CHYROGRILLIUS, CHYROGRILLII] : N coney (of king james bible, small gregarious quadruped (hydrax syriacus); hare;

[CHYROGRYLLIUS, CHYROGRYLLII] : N coney (of king james bible, small gregarious quadruped (hydrax syriacus); hare;

[CHYTROPUS, CHYTROPODIS] : N chafing dish/pot with feet (for cooking directly over coals on the ground);

[CIBALIS, CIBALIS, CIBALE] : ADJ of/pertaining to food; (w/fistula => esophagus/gullet);

[CIBARIUM, CIBARI(I)] : N ration/allowance of food (pl.); food, provisions; food for animals, feed, fodder

[CIBARIUM, CIBARII] : N shorts, coarser meal remaining after fine flour; ordinary musician;

[CIBARIUS, CIBARIA, CIBARIUM] : ADJ of/concerning food/rations, ration-; plain/common/servant (food), black (bread);

[CIBATIO, CIBATIONIS] : N meal, repast; feeding;

[CIBATUS, CIBATUS] : N food, nutriment, victuals; fodder;

[CIBDELUS, CIBDELA, CIBDELUM] : ADJ spurious, base; (w/fontes => impure/unhealthy spring/source);

[CIBICIDA, CIBICIDAE] : N eater, consumer of food; (food killer); waste of bread/food (lazy slave) (l+s);

[CIBISIS, CIBISIS] : N satchel;

[CIBO, CIBARE, CIBAVI, CIBATUS] : V feed, give food/fodder to animals/men; (also passive sense) eat, take food;

[CIBO] : food for animals

[CIBO] : food for animals.

[CIBORIA, CIBORIAE] : N egyptian bean (nelumbo nucifera); (arum colocasia l+s);

[CIBORIUM, CIBORII] : N drinking cup; (made of/shaped like flower of egyptian bean nelumbo nucifera);

[CIBUS, CIBI] : N food; fare, rations; nutriment, sustenance, fuel; eating, a meal; bait;

[CIBUS] : food for men and animals.

[CICADA, CICADAE] : N cicada, tree-cricket; athenian hair ornament in shape of cicada; summer season;

[CICARO, CICARONIS] : N little boy, darling;

[CICATRICO, CICATRICARE, CICATRICAVI, CICATRICATUS] : V form a scar over;

[CICATRICOR, CICATRICARI, -, CICATRICATUS SUM] : V be scarred over/cicatrized;

[CICATRICOSUS, CICATRICOSA, CICATRICOSUM] : ADJ scarred, covered by scars; marked by pruning (plant); edited/polished (writing);

[CICATRICULA, CICATRICULAE] : N small scar;

[CICATRIX, CICATRICIS] : N scar, cicatrice; wound; emotional scar; mark of pruning on plant/tool on work;

[CICCUM, CICCI] : N proverbially worthless object, trifle, bagatelle; seed membrane of pomegranate;

[CICER, CICERIS] : N chick pea (cicer aristinum); (as a common food); (rude) testicles, penis?;

[CICERA, CICERAE] : N chickling vetch; (latyrus?);

[CICERCULA, CICERCULAE] : N small variety of chick-pea;

[CICERCULUM, CICERCULI] : N kind of ocher; reddish earth pigment; african species of the pigment sinopia;

[CICERO, CICERONIS] : N cicero; cognomen in gens tullia; m. tullius cicero, roman orator and statesman;

[CICHOREUM, CICHOREI] : N chicory (cichorium intybus), succory, endive;

[CICHORION, CICHORII] : N chicory (cichorium intybus), succory, endive;

[CICHORIUM, CICHORII] : N chicory (cichorium intybus), succory, endive;

[CICI, UNDECLINED] : N castor (oil) tree (ricinus communis); (egyptian tree also called croton l+s);

[CICILENDRUM, CICILENDRI] : N comic name for an imaginary condiment;

[CICILINUS, CICILINA, CICILINUM] : ADJ made of hair-cloth, hair-;

[CICIMALINDRUM, CICIMALINDRI] : N comic name for an imaginary condiment;

[CICIMANDRUM, CICIMANDRI] : N comic name for an imaginary condiment;

[CICINDELA, CICINDELAE] : N firefly (luciola italica); candle; glow-worm (l+s);

[CICINUS, CICINA, CICINUM] : ADJ castor; (oleum cicinum => castor oil);

[CICONIA, CICONIAE] : N stork; derisive gesture made with fingers; t-shaped tool for measuring depth;

[CICONIUS, CICONIA, CICONIUM] : ADJ of/pertaining to the stork;

[CICUMA, CICUMAE] : N owl;

[CICUR, (GEN.), CICURIS] : ADJ tame (animal), domesticated; mild/gentle (person);

[CICUR, CICURIS] : N tame animal, domesticated animal;

[CICURO, CICURARE, CICURAVI, CICURATUS] : V tame; pacify;

[CICUTA, CICUTAE] : N hemlock (conium maculatum); hemlock juice (poison); shepherd's pipe (of hemlock)

[CICUTA] : hemlock.

[CICUTICEN, CICUTICINISIS] : N player of the reed/shepherd's pipe; (often made of cicuta/hemlock stalks);

[CIDARIS, CIDARIS] : N head-dress of a persian king; tiara; diadem (l+s), of high priest of jews;

[CIEO, CIERE, CIVI, CITUS] : V move; shake; rouse, stir/call up; disturb; provoke; invoke; produce; discharge;

[CIGNUS, CIGNI] : N measure; (equal to 8 scrupuli/srcipuli); (1/2 or 3/3 of an ounce);

[CILIBANTUM, CILIBANTI] : N round cupboard;

[CILICARIUS, CILICARII] : N maker of coverings/rugs/blankets of hair (e.g. goat);

[CILICINUS, CILICINA, CILICINUM] : ADJ hair-, made of (goat's) hair; (garemnt originating in cilicia);

[CILICIOLUM, CILICIOLI] : N small garment/coverlet/blanket of goat's hair; (originating in cilicia);

[CILICIUM, CILICII] : N rug/blanket/small garment of goat's hair; (originating in cilicia);

[CILIO, CILIONIS] : N chisel/graver (vulgar);

[CILIUM, CILII] : N upper eyelid; edge of upper eyelid; eyelid, lower eyelid (l+s);

[CILIUM] : egg yolk Soran p. 50

[CILLIBA, CILLIBAE] : N round dining-table;

[CILLO, CILLERE,] : V move, put in motion;

[CILLO, CILLONIS] : N one who practices unnatural lust, sodomite; catamite, pathic;

[CILO, CILONIS] : N cognomen (big lips); fellator, one practicing fellatio; prominent forehead (l+s)

[CILOTRUM, CILOTRI] : N nose-bag;

[CIMBER, CIMBRI] : N cimberi (pl.), a german tribe, invaded gaul - in caesar's "gallic war";

[CIMELIARCHA, CIMELIARCHAE] : N treasurer, keeper of treasure/deposits;

[CIMELIARCHIUM, CIMELIARCHII] : N treasury, place where treasure is deposited;

[CIMEX, CIMICIS] : N bed-bug (cimex lectularius); bug (l+s);

[CIMICO, CIMICERE,] : V purify from bugs; exterminate; debug;

[CIMINATIO] : accusation, calumny, charge.

[CIMINOSUS] : reproachful, slanderous.

[CINAEDIA, CINAEDIAE] : N precious stone; (from brain of a fish);

[CINAEDIAS, CINAEDIAE] : N precious stone; (from brain of a fish);

[CINAEDICUS, CINAEDICI] : N lewd/wanton/immodest/unchaste/shameless person; catamite;

[CINAEDICUS, CINAEDICA, CINAEDICUM] : ADJ lewd; wanton; immodest; pertaining to one who is unchaste;

[CINAEDIUM, CINAEDII] : N precious stone; (from brain of a fish);

[CINAEDIUS, CINAEDII] : N lewd/wanton/immodest/unchaste/shameless person; catamite;

[CINAEDOLOGOS, CINAEDOLOGI] : N teller of lewd stories;

[CINAEDULUS, CINAEDULI] : N catamite, pathic; a male wanton;

[CINAEDUS, CINAEDA -UM, CINAEDIOR -OR -US, CINAEDISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ resembling/like/typical of a cinaedus/sodomite; unchaste; impudent, shameless;

[CINAEDUS, CINAEDI] : N sea-fish;

[CINAEDUS, CINAEDI] : N sodomite; catamite; effeminate man; man who performs a lewd dance; pervert;

[CINARA, CINARAE] : N artichoke; similar plant;

[CINARIS, CINARIS] : N unidentified plant;

[CINCINNALIS, CINCINNALIS, CINCINNALE] : ADJ curled, curly; (~ herba => plant also called polytrichon);

[CINCINNATUS, CINCINNATA, CINCINNATUM] : ADJ with curled/curly hair; with hair in ringlets; (artificially); (of comets);

[CINCINNUS, CINCINNI] : N ringlet, curl/lock; curled hair; rhetorical flourish, artificial embellishment;

[CINCTICULUS, CINCTICULI] : N belt, (small/little) girdle;

[CINCTOR, CINCTORIS] : N warrior's belt;

[CINCTORIUM, CINCTORII] : N sword belt; (late) girdle (l+s);

[CINCTUM, CINCTI] : N method of girding up clothes; (~ gabinian => w/toga end); crown/garland; belt;

[CINCTURA, CINCTURAE] : N girdle, means of girding;

[CINCTUS, CINCTA, CINCTUM] : ADJ having one's dress girt in a special way; (alte => for action); fastened round;

[CINCTUS, CINCTA, CINCTUM] : ADJ surrounded/encircled; surrounded (by friends/people/enemy); bordered, enclosed;

[CINCTUS, CINCTUS] : N method of girding up clothes; (~ gabinian => w/loose toga end); crown/garland;

[CINCTUTUS, CINCTUTA, CINCTUTUM] : ADJ wearing girdle or loin-cloth; girded/girt; (as ancients whose toga was girded);

[CINDECOE] : ADV elegantly;

[CINEFACTUS, CINEFACTA, CINEFACTUM] : ADJ reduced/turned to ashes;

[CINER, CINERIS] : N ashes; embers, spent love/hate; ruin, destruction; the grave/dead, cremation;

[CINERACEUS, CINERACEA, CINERACEUM] : ADJ ashen, ashy, resembling ash in color, ash-colored;

[CINERACIUS, CINERACIA, CINERACIUM] : ADJ ashen, ashy, resembling ash in color, ash-colored;

[CINERARIUM, CINERARI(I)] : N receptacle/niche for the ashes of the dead;

[CINERARIUS, CINERARIA, CINERARIUM] : ADJ of/pertaining to ashes; boundaries of land bordering on graves;

[CINERARIUS, CINERARI(I)] : N hair-curler, hair-dresser;

[CINERES] : Ash Wednesday.

[CINERESCO, CINERESCERE,] : V turn into ash/ashes;

[CINEREUM, CINEREI] : N ash-colored ointment/salve;

[CINEREUS, CINEREA, CINEREUM] : ADJ resembling ashes, similar to ashes, ash-colored; (kinds of plants/animals);

[CINERICIUS, CINERICIA, CINERICIUM] : ADJ resembling ashes, similar to ashes, ash-colored; (kinds of plants/animals);

[CINEROSUS, CINEROSA, CINEROSUM] : ADJ covered with ashes; consisting largely of ashes; full of ashes (l+s);

[CINGETORIX, CINGETORIGIS] : N cingetorix; a gaul of treveri; a briton king;

[CINGILLUM, CINGILLI] : N woman's girdle; (esp. that worn by a bride);

[CINGO, CINGERE, CINXI, CINCTUS] : V surround/encircle/ring; enclose; beleaguer; accompany; gird, equip; ring (tree);

[CINGULA, CINGULAE] : N belt; sword belt; sash, girdle; band; saddle-girth; collar (dog);

[CINGULUM, CINGULI] : N belt; sword belt; sash, girdle; band; saddle-girth; collar (dog);

[CINGULUS, CINGULI] : N belt; band; geographical zone;

[CINIFES, CINIFIS] : N kind of stinging insect; very small flies, gnats;

[CINIFES, CINIFOS/IS] : N kind of stinging insects; very small flies, gnats; other small creatures (old);

[CINIFLO, CINIFLONIS] : N heater of curling-irons, hair-dresser;

[CINIPHES, CINIPHOS/IS] : N kind of stinging insects; very small flies, gnats; other small creatures (old);

[CINIS CINERIS] : ashes, embers.

[CINIS, CINERIS] : N ashes; embers, spent love/hate; ruin, destruction; the grave/dead, cremation;

[CINIS] : cineris ; ashes, embers.

[CINISCULUS, CINISCULI] : N little ashes;

[CINNABAR, CINNABARIS] : N red pigment/dragon's blood; resin of tree pterocarpus draco; (not hgs/cinnabar);

[CINNABARIS, CINNABARIS] : N red pigment/dragon's blood; resin of tree pterocarpus draco; (not hgs/cinnabar);

[CINNAMEUS, CINNAMEA, CINNAMEUM] : ADJ scented with/smelling of cinnamon; of/from cinnamon (l+s);

[CINNAMINUM, CINNAMINI] : N eye-salve made from cinnamon;

[CINNAMOLGOS, CINNAMOLGI] : N bird; (of aribia);

[CINNAMOMINUS, CINNAMOMINA, CINNAMOMINUM] : ADJ made from cinnamon; of/from cinnamon (l+s);

[CINNAMOMUM, CINNAMOMI] : N superior kind of cassis; cinnamon-like bark (cinnamonum cassia);

[CINNAMOMUM, CINNAMOMI] : N cinnamon; cinnamon (shrub/twigs); (applied to another aromatic oil);

[CINNAMOMUM] : -i, (neut.) cinnamon Ovid, Cassell

[CINNAMON, CINNAMI] : N cinnamon; cinnamon (shrub/twigs); (applied to another aromatic oil);

[CINNAMUM, CINNAMI] : N cinnamon; cinnamon (shrub/twigs); (applied to another aromatic oil);

[CINNAMUM] : -i, (neut.) cinnamon Ovid, Cassell

[CINNAMUS, CINNAMI] : N cinnamon; cinnamon (shrub/twigs); (applied to another aromatic oil);

[CINNUS, CINNI] : N kind of facial distortion or grimace;

[CINNUS, CINNI] : N drink of mixed spelt-grain and wine;

[CINNUS] : a mixed drink; cocktail? p. 50

[CINOCARDAMON] : 'nasturtium' p. 50

[CINOCEFALION] : calf's-snout p. 50

[CINOPLASMUS] : facial paralysis; corruption for cynicus spasmus ? p. 50

[CINUS, CINERIS] : N ashes; embers, spent love/hate; ruin, destruction; the grave/dead, cremation;

[CINYPHES, CINYPHIS] : N kind of stinging insect; very small flies, gnats;

[CINYRA, CINYRAE] : N lyre, ten-stringed instrument;

[CIO, CIRE,] : V move; shake; rouse, stir/call up; disturb; provoke; invoke; produce; discharge;

[CIPHUS, CIPHI] : N bowl, goblet, cup; communion cup;

[CIPPUS, CIPPI] : N tree stump; stocks/fetter/prison; bulwark of sharpened stakes (pl.) (l+s);

[CIPPUS, CIPPI] : N boundary stone/post/pillar; tombstone (usu. indicating extent of cemetery);

[CIPRUS, CIPRA, CIPRUM] : ADJ good; (sabine for bonus);

[CIPUS, CIPI] : N bowl, goblet, cup; communion cup;

[CIPUS, CIPI] : N boundary stone/post/pillar; tombstone (usu. indicating extent of cemetery;

[CIRCA] : ADV around, all around; round about; near, in the vicinity/company; on either side;

[CIRCA] : PREP around, on the bounds of; about/near (space/time/numeral); concerning; with;

[CIRCAEA, CIRCAEAE] : N plant; (vincetoxicum nigrum?); (used as a charm l+s);

[CIRCAEON, CIRCAEI] : N plant, mandrake; (alternative name for mandragoras);

[CIRCAEUM, CIRCAEI] : N plant, mandrake; (alternative name for mandragoras);

[CIRCAMOERIUM, CIRCAMOERII] : N open space round town; (livy coined for pomoerium/open space round town wall);

[CIRCANEA, CIRCANEAE] : N bird; (named from its circular flight);

[CIRCELLUS, CIRCELLI] : N small ring;

[CIRCEN, CIRCINIS] : N circle; circular course; (w/solis => a year); (poetic);

[CIRCENSIS, CIRCENSIS] : N games in the circus (pl.); games/exercises of wrestling, running, fighting;

[CIRCENSIS, CIRCENSIS, CIRCENSE] : ADJ of the circus; associated with games in the circus; used at the circus;

[CIRCES, CIRCITIS] : N circle, ring; circuit, circumference of the circus;

[CIRCIENSIS, CIRCIENSIS, CIRCIENSE] : ADJ of the circus; associated with games in the circus; used at the circus;

[CIRCIENSIS, CIRCIENSIS] : N games in the circus (pl.); games/exercises of wrestling, running, fighting;

[CIRCINATIO, CIRCINATIONIS] : N circular line/form; circular motion, revolution; circle, circumference (l+s);

[CIRCINATUS, CIRCINATA, CIRCINATUM] : ADJ rounded, circular;

[CIRCINO, CIRCINARE, CIRCINAVI, CIRCINATUS] : V bend/make circular/round; traverse circular course, wheel through; take round;

[CIRCINUS, CIRCINI] : N pair of compasses; circular line/arc; (ad ~um => in a circle/arc, circularly);

[CIRCITER] : ADV nearly, not far from, almost, approximately, around, about;

[CIRCITER] : PREP about, around, near (space/time/numeral); towards;

[CIRCITO, CIRCITARE, CIRCITAVI, CIRCITATUS] : V go round as a hawker/peddler/solicitor; frequent, be busy (l+s);

[CIRCITOR, CIRCITORIS] : N person who goes round; patrol/watchman, overseer/inspector; hawker, peddler;

[CIRCITORUS, CIRCITORIA, CIRCITORIUM] : ADJ of/pertaining to patrols;

[CIRCIUS, CIRCII] : N wind between north and west; wnw wind (l+s); (in gallia narbonensis);

[CIRCLUS, CIRCLI] : N circle; orbit, zone; ring, hoop; belt, collar; company; cycle; circumference;

[CIRCO, CIRCARE, CIRCAVI, CIRCATUS] : V traverse; go about (l+s); wander through;

[CIRCOS, CIRCI] : N precious stone;

[CIRCUAGO, CIRCUAGERE, CIRCUEGI, CIRCUACTUS] : V drive/lead around; turn (around); wheel, revolve; upset; change opinions, sway;

[CIRCUEO, CIRCUIRE, CIRCUIVI(II), CIRCUITUS] : V encircle, surround; border; skirt; circulate/wander through; go/measure round;

[CIRCUITIO, CIRCUITIONIS] : N rotation, revolution; rate of revolution; orbit; circumference; circumlocution;

[CIRCUITIO, CIRCUITIONIS] : N going round; patrol, rounds, visiting posts; passage/structure round (building)

[CIRCUITOR, CIRCUITORIS] : N person who goes round; patrol/watchman, overseer/inspector; hawker, peddler;

[CIRCUITUS, CIRCUITUS] : N revolution, spinning, rotation; (recurring) cycle; period; circumlocution;

[CIRCUITUS, CIRCUITUS] : N going round; patrol/circuit; way/path round; circumference; outer surface/edge;

[CIRCULARIS, CIRCULARIS, CIRCULARE] : ADJ circular, round;

[CIRCULATIM] : ADV in circles, in groups/companies; in a circle;

[CIRCULATIO, CIRCULATIONIS] : N circular course, revolution;

[CIRCULATOR, CIRCULATORIS] : N itinerant performer/vendor; (who gathers impromptu groups round him);

[CIRCULATORIUS, CIRCULATORIA, CIRCULATORIUM] : ADJ of/characteristic of circulator (itinerate performer/peddler, mountebank/quack);

[CIRCULATRIX, CIRCULATRICIS] : N female itinerant performer/peddler/stroller; (gather impromptu group round her);

[CIRCULO, CIRCULARE, CIRCULAVI, CIRCULATUS] : V make circular/round/curved; encircle, encompass (l+s);

[CIRCULOR, CIRCULARI, -, CIRCULATUS SUM] : V form groups/circles round oneself; (for impromptu speech/giving performance);

[CIRCULUS, CIRCULI] : N circle; orbit, zone; ring, hoop; belt, collar; company; cycle; circumference;

[CIRCUM] : ADV about, around; round about, near; in a circle; in attendance; on both sides;

[CIRCUM] : PREP around, about, among, near (space/time), in neighborhood of; in circle around;

[CIRCUMACTIO, CIRCUMACTIONIS] : N driving round in a circle, rotation; rounding off, act of making symmetrical;

[CIRCUMACTUS, CIRCUMACTUS] : N rotation, revolution; encircling, encirclement; turning around/in circle/back;

[CIRCUMACTUS, CIRCUMACTA, CIRCUMACTUM] : ADJ bent around/in a curve; curved;

[CIRCUMAEDIFICO, CIRCUMAEDIFICARE, CIRCUMAEDIFICAVI, CIRCUMAEDIFICATUS] : V build round about; (vulgate lamentations 3] : 7);

[CIRCUMAGGERO, CIRCUMAGGERARE, CIRCUMAGGERAVI, CIRCUMAGGERATUS] : V pile (earth) round about; surround (with heaped earth);

[CIRCUMAGO, CIRCUMAGERE, CIRCUMEGI, CIRCUMACTUS] : V drive/lead around; turn (around); wheel, revolve; upset; change opinions, sway;

[CIRCUMAMBULO, CIRCUMAMBULARE, CIRCUMAMBULAVI, CIRCUMAMBULATUS] : V walk around/over;

[CIRCUMAMICTUS, CIRCUMAMICTA, CIRCUMAMICTUM] : ADJ enveloped, invested, surrounded, besieged;

[CIRCUMARO, CIRCUMARARE, CIRCUMARAVI, CIRCUMARATUS] : V plow around, surround with a furrow;

[CIRCUMASPICIO, CIRCUMASPICERE,] : V look around; consider;

[CIRCUMCAEDO, CIRCUMCAEDERE, CIRCUMCAEDI, CIRCUMCAESUS] : V cut/make incision around, ring; clip; circumcise; cut out; remove; diminish;

[CIRCUMCAESURA, CIRCUMCAESURAE] : N surface outline, external contour;

[CIRCUMCALCO, CIRCUMCALCARE, CIRCUMCALCAVI, CIRCUMCALCATUS] : V tread/trample earth (down around);

[CIRCUMCIDANEUS, CIRCUMCIDANEA, CIRCUMCIDANEUM] : ADJ must from second pressing of grapes after projecting mass is cut and put back;

[CIRCUMCIDO, CIRCUMCIDERE, CIRCUMCIDI, CIRCUMCISUS] : V cut/make incision around, ring; clip; circumcise; cut out; remove; diminish;

[CIRCUMCINGO, CIRCUMCINGERE, CIRCUMCINXI, CIRCUMCINCTUS] : V surround, enclose; lie around, be round; surround/encircle (with);

[CIRCUMCIRCA] : ADV round about, on all sides; round about the body; (strengthened circum);

[CIRCUMCIRCO, CIRCUMCIRCARE, CIRCUMCIRCAVI, CIRCUMCIRCATUS] : V encircle, surround; border; skirt; circulate/wander through; go/measure round;

[CIRCUMCISE] : ADV concisely; briefly;

[CIRCUMCISICIUS, CIRCUMCISICIA, CIRCUMCISICIUM] : ADJ must/juice of second press of grapes after projecting mass is cut and put back;

[CIRCUMCISIO, CIRCUMCISIONIS] : N cutting around (physical/moral); circumcision;

[CIRCUMCISITIUS, CIRCUMCISITIA, CIRCUMCISITIUM] : ADJ must/juice of second press of grapes after projecting mass is cut and put back;

[CIRCUMCISORIUM, CIRCUMCISORII] : N instrument for cutting around; (ringing bark on a tree?); (for circumcision?);

[CIRCUMCISURA, CIRCUMCISURAE] : N cutting round/ringing (bark of trees);

[CIRCUMCISUS, CIRCUMCISA, CIRCUMCISUM] : ADJ sheer on all sides, cut off; limited; short, brief, pruned of excess, abridged;

[CIRCUMCLAMO, CIRCUMCLAMARE, CIRCUMCLAMAVI, CIRCUMCLAMATUS] : V roar around (waves/surf);

[CIRCUMCLAUDO, CIRCUMCLAUDERE, CIRCUMCLAUSI, CIRCUMCLAUSUS] : V surround; encircle/enclose/build round (w/structure); hedge/shut in, circumvent;

[CIRCUMCLUDO, CIRCUMCLUDERE, CIRCUMCLUSI, CIRCUMCLUSUS] : V surround; encircle/enclose/build round (w/structure); hedge/shut in, circumvent;

[CIRCUMCOLA, CIRCUMCOLAE] : N people/tribe dwelling around/nearby/in the vicinity; the locals;

[CIRCUMCOLO, CIRCUMCOLERE,] : V dwell round about/around/nearby/in the vicinity of;

[CIRCUMCORDIALIS, CIRCUMCORDIALIS, CIRCUMCORDIALE] : ADJ around the heart, heart-; (e.g.blood);

[CIRCUMCTIPO, CIRCUMCTIPARE, CIRCUMCTIPAVI, CIRCUMCTIPATUS] : V surround, accompany, attend;

[CIRCUMCULCO, CIRCUMCULCARE, CIRCUMCULCAVI, CIRCUMCULCATUS] : V tread/trample earth (down around);

[CIRCUMCUMULO, CIRCUMCUMULARE, CIRCUMCUMULAVI, CIRCUMCUMULATUS] : V heap/pile up around;

[CIRCUMCURRENS, (GEN.), CIRCUMCURRENTIS] : ADJ that encircles/bounds (figure), surrounding/bounding/bordering, running around;

[CIRCUMCURRO, CIRCUMCURRERE, CIRCUMCURRI, CIRCUMCURSUS] : V run/extend round/about the periphery (of structures);

[CIRCUMCURSIO, CIRCUMCURSIONIS] : N running about/round;

[CIRCUMCURSO, CIRCUMCURSARE, CIRCUMCURSAVI, CIRCUMCURSATUS] : V run about; run round (of person); run about (of things), revolve;

[CIRCUMDATIO, CIRCUMDATIONIS] : N putting/placing around;

[CIRCUMDATUS, CIRCUMDATI] : N the surrounding soldiers/men (pl.); those around;

[CIRCUMDO, CIRCUMDARE, CIRCUMDEDI, CIRCUMDATUS] : V surround; envelop, post/put/place/build around; enclose; beset; pass around;

[CIRCUMDOLEO, CIRCUMDOLERE, CIRCUMDOLUI, CIRCUMDOLITUS] : V suffer on every side;

[CIRCUMDOLO, CIRCUMDOLARE, CIRCUMDOLAVI, CIRCUMDOLATUS] : V chop around with an ax; hew off around (l+s);

[CIRCUMDUCO, CIRCUMDUCERE, CIRCUMDUXI, CIRCUMDUCTUS] : V lead out of the way/round about; cheat, mislead, trick out of; take/go around;

[CIRCUMDUCO, CIRCUMDUCERE, CIRCUMDUXI, CIRCUMDUCTUS] : V lead/wheel/draw a line/ring around/in a circle; prolong (sound); build around;

[CIRCUMDUCTIO, CIRCUMDUCTIONIS] : N circuit, perimeter; indirect course; cheating/trick; complete sentence, period;

[CIRCUMDUCTOR, CIRCUMDUCTORIS] : N one who leads about/converts (another);

[CIRCUMDUCTUM, CIRCUMDUCTI] : N period (rhetoric), complete sentence/thought, expansion of a thought;

[CIRCUMDUCTUS, CIRCUMDUCTA, CIRCUMDUCTUM] : ADJ long-drawn-out, extended;

[CIRCUMDUCTUS, CIRCUMDUCTUS] : N perimeter, circumference, measurement around; motion in a circle, revolution;

[CIRCUMEO, CIRCUMIRE, CIRCUMIVI(II), CIRCUMITUS] : V encircle, surround; border; skirt; circulate/wander through; go/measure round;

[CIRCUMEQUITO, CIRCUMEQUITARE, CIRCUMEQUITAVI, CIRCUMEQUITATUS] : V ride around;

[CIRCUMERRO, CIRCUMERRARE, CIRCUMERRAVI, CIRCUMERRATUS] : V wander/prowl/meander/stroll/hover around; orbit, go around in orbit (planet);

[CIRCUMFARCIO, CIRCUMFARCIRE, CIRCUMFARSI, CIRCUMFARTUS] : V pack/stuff/cram round (with);

[CIRCUMFERENTIA, CIRCUMFERENTIAE] : N circumference;

[CIRCUMFERO, CIRCUMFERRE, CIRCUMTULI, CIRCUMLATUS] : V carry/hand/pass/spread/move/take/cast around (in a circle); publicize; divulge;

[CIRCUMFIGO, CIRCUMFIGERE, CIRCUMFIXI, CIRCUMFIXUS] : V fix/fasten/secure all around;

[CIRCUMFINGO, CIRCUMFINGERE, CIRCUMFINXI, CIRCUMFICTUS] : V form around;

[CIRCUMFINIO, CIRCUMFINIRE, CIRCUMFINIVI, CIRCUMFINITUS] : V complete a circle; bring to an end;

[CIRCUMFIRMO, CIRCUMFIRMARE, CIRCUMFIRMAVI, CIRCUMFIRMATUS] : V fasten round;

[CIRCUMFLAGRO, CIRCUMFLAGRARE, CIRCUMFLAGRAVI, CIRCUMFLAGRATUS] : V blaze/scorch all around;

[CIRCUMFLECTO, CIRCUMFLECTERE, CIRCUMFLEXI, CIRCUMFLEXUS] : V bend/turn (course) around (pivot/turning point); prolong/circumflex (a vowel);

[CIRCUMFLEXE] : ADV with circumflex/prolonged sound;

[CIRCUMFLEXIBILIS, CIRCUMFLEXIBILIS, CIRCUMFLEXIBILE] : ADJ provided with a circumflex/prolonged accent;

[CIRCUMFLEXIO, CIRCUMFLEXIONIS] : N bending/winding/coiling around;

[CIRCUMFLEXUS, CIRCUMFLEXUS] : N action of bending around; rounded form, vault; winding (l+s) circuit;

[CIRCUMFLO, CIRCUMFLARE, CIRCUMFLAVI, CIRCUMFLATUS] : V blow around; blow on/assail from all sides; veer around (wind);

[CIRCUMFLUO, CIRCUMFLUERE, CIRCULFLUXI, CIRCULFLUXUS] : V flow/crowd/flock around; overflow; have/be in abundance, be rich/well supplied;

[CIRCUMFLUUS, CIRCUMFLUA, CIRCUMFLUUM] : ADJ flowing/flowed around; encircled/surrounded/skirted by (water); immersed;

[CIRCUMFODIO, CIRCUMFODERE, CIRCUMFODI, CIRCUMFOSSUS] : V dig around, ease the earth around (plants); surround (trees) with a trench;

[CIRCUMFORANEUS, CIRCUMFORANEA, CIRCUMFORANEUM] : ADJ itinerant, that travels to market; of/connected with business of/around forum;

[CIRCUMFORANUS, CIRCUMFORANA, CIRCUMFORANUM] : ADJ itinerant, that travels to market; connected with the business of the forum;

[CIRCUMFORATUS, CIRCUMFORATA, CIRCUMFORATUM] : ADJ bored/pierced round;

[CIRCUMFORO, CIRCUMFORARE, CIRCUMFORAVI, CIRCUMFORATUS] : V pierce with holes round about;

[CIRCUMFOSSOR, CIRCUMFOSSORIS] : N one who digs around (plants/something);

[CIRCUMFOSSURA, CIRCUMFOSSURAE] : N digging around; (plants/trees);

[CIRCUMFRACTUS, CIRCUMFRACTA, CIRCUMFRACTUM] : ADJ broken (off) around; precipitous;

[CIRCUMFREMO, CIRCUMFREMERE, CIRCUMFREMUI, CIRCUMFREMITUS] : V roar/growl/utter cries of anger/protest/make a noise round;

[CIRCUMFRICO, CIRCUMFRICARE, CIRCUMFRICUI, CIRCUMFRICATUS] : V rub/brush round about; scour;

[CIRCUMFRICO, CIRCUMFRICARE, CIRCUMFRICUI, CIRCUMFRICTUS] : V rub/brush round about; scour;

[CIRCUMFULCIO, CIRCUMFULCIRE, CIRCUMFULSI, CIRCUMFULTUS] : V support/hold up around;

[CIRCUMFULGEO, CIRCUMFULGERE, CIRCUMFULSI] : V shine/glow round about;

[CIRCUMFUNDO, CIRCUMFUNDERE, CIRCUMFUNDI, CIRCUMFUSUS] : V pour/drape/crowd around; cause (water) to go round/part; surround; distribute;

[CIRCUMFUSIO, CIRCUMFUSIONIS] : N pouring around;

[CIRCUMFUSUS, CIRCUMFUSA, CIRCUMFUSUM] : ADJ surrounded; draped around; distributed; extra, superfluous;

[CIRCUMGARRIENS, (GEN.), CIRCUMGARRIENTIS] : ADJ babbling, babbling about;

[CIRCUMGELO, CIRCUMGELARE, CIRCUMGELAVI, CIRCUMGELATUS] : V freeze/harden round/all around;

[CIRCUMGEMO, CIRCUMGEMERE, CIRCUMGEMUI, CIRCUMGEMITUS] : V roar/moan/groan around;

[CIRCUMGESTATOR, CIRCUMGESTATORIS] : N one who bears/carries round;

[CIRCUMGESTO, CIRCUMGESTARE, CIRCUMGESTAVI, CIRCUMGESTATUS] : V carry/bear about/around;

[CIRCUMGLOBATUS, CIRCUMGLOBATA, CIRCUMGLOBATUM] : ADJ rolled together; formed in a ball; clustered;

[CIRCUMGLOBO, CIRCUMGLOBARE, CIRCUMGLOBAVI, CIRCUMGLOBATUS] : V form a ball/cluster/sphere (around something);

[CIRCUMGREDIOR, CIRCUMGREDI, -, CIRCUMGRESSUS SUM] : V go round behind by a flanking movement; walk/travel about (in hostile manner);

[CIRCUMGRESSUS, CIRCUMGRESSUS] : N going about; compass/circuit/scope (of a thing);

[CIRCUMHISCO, CIRCUMHISCERE,] : V stare at with open/gaping mouth;

[CIRCUMHUMATUS, CIRCUMHUMATA, CIRCUMHUMATUM] : ADJ buried around;

[CIRCUMICIO, CIRCUMICERE, CIRCUMJECI, CIRCUMJECTUS] : V cast/throw or place/put/build around; put on the flank of; encompass/envelop;

[CIRCUMINICIO, CIRCUMINICERE, CIRCUMINJECI, CIRCUMINJECTUS] : V throw up all around;

[CIRCUMINJICIO, CIRCUMINJICERE, CIRCUMINJECI, CIRCUMINJECTUS] : V throw up all around;

[CIRCUMINVOLVO, CIRCUMINVOLVERE, CIRCUMINVOLVI, CIRCUMINVOLUTUS] : V involve/cover all around, enclose, envelop;

[CIRCUMIO, CIRCUMERE,] : V encircle, surround; border; skirt; circulate/wander through; go/measure round;

[CIRCUMITIO, CIRCUMITIONIS] : N going round; patrol, the rounds; passage/structure around (a building);

[CIRCUMITIO, CIRCUMITIONIS] : N rotation, revolution; rate of revolution; orbit; circumference; circumlocution;

[CIRCUMITOR, CIRCUMITORIS] : N watchman, patrol; one making the rounds/circuit;

[CIRCUMITUS, CIRCUMITUS] : N revolution, spinning, rotation; (recurring) cycle; period; circumlocution;

[CIRCUMITUS, CIRCUMITUS] : N going round; patrol/circuit; way/path round; circumference; outer surface/edge;

[CIRCUMJACENS, (GEN.), CIRCUMJACENTIS] : ADJ situated in the neighborhood, lying round about; situated round (in a sentence);

[CIRCUMJACENS, CIRCUMJACENTIS] : N neighboring/nearby things/words (pl.), words situated around/about (in sentence)

[CIRCUMJACENTIUM, CIRCUMJACENTII] : N context (pl.), things/material around;

[CIRCUMJACEO, CIRCUMJACERE,] : V lie near/around; (places/persons/objects); border upon (l+s);

[CIRCUMJACEO, CIRCUMJACERE, CIRCUMJACUI, CIRCUMJACITUS] : V lie near/round about, border on; (of persons, places, objects);

[CIRCUMJECTIO, CIRCUMJECTIONIS] : N throwing around, casting about; putting on/donning (clothing), dressing;

[CIRCUMJECTUM, CIRCUMJECTI] : N neighborhood (pl.), surroundings;

[CIRCUMJECTUS, CIRCUMJECTUS] : N encircling/surrounding/encompassing/embrace; lying/casting around; wrap, cloak;

[CIRCUMJECTUS, CIRCUMJECTA, CIRCUMJECTUM] : ADJ surrounding, lying/situated around; enveloping, surrounding;

[CIRCUMJICIO, CIRCUMJICERE, CIRCUMJECI, CIRCUMJECTUS] : V cast/throw or place/put/build around; put on the flank of; encompass/envelop;

[CIRCUMLABENS, (GEN.), CIRCUMLABENTIS] : ADJ gliding/sliding around;

[CIRCUMLAMBO, CIRCUMLAMBERE, CIRCUMLAMBI] : V lick around;

[CIRCUMLAQUEO, CIRCUMLAQUEARE, CIRCUMLAQUEAVI, CIRCUMLAQUEATUS] : V wind around; (like a noose);

[CIRCUMLATICIUS, CIRCUMLATICIA, CIRCUMLATICIUM] : ADJ portable, that may be carried around;

[CIRCUMLATIO, CIRCUMLATIONIS] : N revolution, circuit; a carrying around (l+s);

[CIRCUMLATITIUS, CIRCUMLATITIA, CIRCUMLATITIUM] : ADJ portable, that may be carried around;

[CIRCUMLATOR, CIRCUMLATORIS] : N one who carries around/about;

[CIRCUMLATRO, CIRCUMLATRARE, CIRCUMLATRAVI, CIRCUMLATRATUS] : V bark round about; roar around (l+s);

[CIRCUMLAVO, CIRCUMLAVERE, -, CIRCUMLOTUS] : V wash round about/around, wash the side of; flow all around (waters) (l+s);

[CIRCUMLAVO, CIRCUMLAVARE, CIRCUMLAVI, CIRCUMLAUTUS] : V wash round about/around, wash the side of; flow all around (waters) (l+s);

[CIRCUMLEGO, CIRCUMLEGARE, CIRCUMLEGI, CIRCUMLECTUS] : V sail round; compassing by the shore (vulgate acts 28] : 13);

[CIRCUMLEVO, CIRCUMLEVARE, CIRCUMLEVAVI, CIRCUMLEVATUS] : V raise up all around;

[CIRCUMLIGO, CIRCUMLIGARE, CIRCUMLIGAVI, CIRCUMLIGATUS] : V bind around/to; encircle, surround; attach, fasten; pass/wrap around, bandage;

[CIRCUMLINIO, CIRCUMLINIRE,] : V smear/anoint all over (with); decorate, daub/paint around, paint background;

[CIRCUMLINO, CIRCUMLINERE, CIRCUMLEVI, CIRCUMLITUS] : V smear/anoint all over (with); decorate, daub/paint around, paint background;

[CIRCUMLITIO, CIRCUMLITIONIS] : N anointing round about/over; coating/smearing/covering/painting (w/paint/like);

[CIRCUMLITIO, CIRCUMLITIONIS] : N overlaying of color (painting); tint/hue given to marble by rubbing w/oil/wax;

[CIRCUMLOCUTIO, CIRCUMLOCUTIONIS] : N circumlocution, periphrasis;

[CIRCUMLOQUOR, CIRCUMLOQUI, -, CIRCUMLOCUTUS SUM] : V make use of circumlocution/periphrasis;

[CIRCUMLUCENS, (GEN.), CIRCUMLUCENTIS] : ADJ shining/glittering around;

[CIRCUMLUCEO, CIRCUMLUCERE, CIRCUMLUXI] : V shine round, illuminate;

[CIRCUMLUO, CIRCUMLUERE, CIRCUMLUI, CIRCUMLUTUS] : V wash or flow around; skirt; surround; wash upon (l+s);

[CIRCUMLUSTRO, CIRCUMLUSTRARE, CIRCUMLUSTRAVI, CIRCUMLUSTRATUS] : V traverse (in circular course), pace around; go around (in purifying ceremony);

[CIRCUMLUVIO, CIRCUMLUVIONIS] : N formation of alluvial land (in middle of river); land so formed; right to it;

[CIRCUMLUVIUM, CIRCUMLUVII] : N formation of alluvial land (in middle of river); land so formed; right to it;

[CIRCUMMEO, CIRCUMMEARE, CIRCUMMEAVI, CIRCUMMEATUS] : V go/travel/pass around;

[CIRCUMMETIO, CIRCUMMETIRE, -, CIRCUMMENSUS] : V measure round about;

[CIRCUMMINGO, CIRCUMMINGERE, CIRCUMMIXI, CIRCUMMIXTUS] : V urinate/make water round/over (something);

[CIRCUMMITTO, CIRCUMMITTERE, CIRCUMMISI, CIRCUMMISSUS] : V send around/to different parts (embassies/missions); send round, flank;

[CIRCUMMOENIO, CIRCUMMOENIRE, CIRCUMMOENIVI, CIRCUMMOENITUS] : V invest with walls/siege works; wall/hem in, secure; fence around; fortify;

[CIRCUMMUGIO, CIRCUMMUGIRE, CIRCUMMUGIVI, CIRCUMMUGITUS] : V moo/low/bellow round;

[CIRCUMMULCENS, (GEN.), CIRCUMMULCENTIS] : ADJ licking gently around;

[CIRCUMMULCEO, CIRCUMMULCERE, CIRCUMMULSI, CIRCUMMULSUS] : V lick round, caress (with the tongue);

[CIRCUMMUNIO, CIRCUMMUNIRE, CIRCUMMUNIVI, CIRCUMMUNITUS] : V invest with walls/siege works; wall/hem in, secure; fence around; fortify;

[CIRCUMMUNTIO, CIRCUMMUNTIONIS] : N surrounding with walls or siege works; investing a town;

[CIRCUMMURANUS, CIRCUMMURANA, CIRCUMMURANUM] : ADJ around the walls; with the neighboring nations;

[CIRCUMNASCENS, (GEN.), CIRCUMNASCENTIS] : ADJ growing up/being raised/springing forth around;

[CIRCUMNAVIGO, CIRCUMNAVIGARE, CIRCUMNAVIGAVI, CIRCUMNAVIGATUS] : V sail around; circumnavigate;

[CIRCUMNECTO, CIRCUMNECTERE, CIRCUMNEXUI, CIRCUMNEXUS] : V wrap/bind around; surround, envelop;

[CIRCUMNO, CIRCUMNARE, CIRCUMNAVI] : V swim around;

[CIRCUMNOTO, CIRCUMNOTARE, CIRCUMNOTAVI, CIRCUMNOTATUS] : V draw/paint around;

[CIRCUMOBRUO, CIRCUMOBRUERE, CIRCUMOBRUI, CIRCUMOBRUTUS] : V heap up earth around; cover/wrap around (l+s);

[CIRCUMORNATUS, CIRCUMORNATA, CIRCUMORNATUM] : ADJ ornamented round about/all around;

[CIRCUMPADANUS, CIRCUMPADANA, CIRCUMPADANUM] : ADJ lying/found/situated beside the po river;

[CIRCUMPAVIO, CIRCUMPAVIRE, CIRCUMPAVIVI, CIRCUMPAVITUS] : V beat down hard all around;

[CIRCUMPAVITUS, CIRCUMPAVITA, CIRCUMPAVITUM] : ADJ beaten/trodden close around;

[CIRCUMPENDEO, CIRCUMPENDERE, CIRCUMPENDI] : V hang around, be suspended all around;

[CIRCUMPES, CIRCUMPEDIS] : N that is around the foot; kind of parasite (of the foot?); covering for the foot;

[CIRCUMPLAUDO, CIRCUMPLAUDERE, CIRCUMPLAUSI, CIRCUMPLAUSUS] : V surround with applause, applaud/greet/clap all around;

[CIRCUMPLECTO, CIRCUMPLECTERE, CIRCUMPLEXI, CIRCUMPLEXUS] : V encompass; embrace/clasp; surround/encircle; enclose (w/wall); cover roundabout;

[CIRCUMPLECTOR, CIRCUMPLECTI, -, CIRCUMPLEXUS SUM] : V encompass; embrace; surround, encircle; enclose (w/wall); cover round about;

[CIRCUMPLEXUS, CIRCUMPLEXUS] : N coiling around, encircling, embracing; latitudinal zone/band (of sky);

[CIRCUMPLICO, CIRCUMPLICARE, CIRCUMPLICAVI, CIRCUMPLICATUS] : V coil round (like a snake); wind (a strip) around; twine/bend around;

[CIRCUMPLUMBO, CIRCUMPLUMBARE, CIRCUMPLUMBAVI, CIRCUMPLUMBATUS] : V coat (all over) with lead; pour lead all around (l+s);

[CIRCUMPONO, CIRCUMPONERE, CIRCUMPOSUI, CIRCUMPOSITUS] : V put/set/place (all) around/on either side of; confer (souter);

[CIRCUMPOSITIO, CIRCUMPOSITIONIS] : N setting/placing around;

[CIRCUMPOSITUS, CIRCUMPOSITA, CIRCUMPOSITUM] : ADJ situated around, surrounding;

[CIRCUMPOTATIO, CIRCUMPOTATIONIS] : N passing round, practice of drinking around by passing a cup round the company;

[CIRCUMPULSO, CIRCUMPULSARE, CIRCUMPULSAVI, CIRCUMPULSATUS] : V assail/beat/pulsate from every side; (with noise, etc);

[CIRCUMPUNGO, CIRCUMPUNGERE, CIRCUMPUNGI, CIRCUMPUNCUS] : V prick/puncture all round;

[CIRCUMPURGO, CIRCUMPURGARE, CIRCUMPURGAVI, CIRCUMPURGATUS] : V clear/clean/purify/free from adhesions all around/round about;

[CIRCUMPUTO, CIRCUMPUTARE, CIRCUMPUTAVI, CIRCUMPUTATUS] : V measure around;

[CIRCUMQUAQUE] : ADV on every side; all around;

[CIRCUMRADO, CIRCUMRADERE, CIRCUMRASI, CIRCUMRASUS] : V scrape/shave/pare around;

[CIRCUMRASIO, CIRCUMRASIONIS] : N action of scraping round the surface (of); scraping/paring around;

[CIRCUMREFERO, CIRCUMREFERRE, CIRCUMRETULI, CIRCUMRELATUS] : V bring/tell round again;

[CIRCUMRETIO, CIRCUMRETIRE, CIRCUMRETIVI, CIRCUMRETITUS] : V encircle with a net; ensnare;

[CIRCUMRODO, CIRCUMRODERE, CIRCUMROSI, CIRCUMROSUS] : V nibble/gnaw/talk all round, eat off the outer part of; speak about; slander;

[CIRCUMRORO, CIRCUMRORARE, CIRCUMRORAVI, CIRCUMRORATUS] : V sprinkle (water) over/round;

[CIRCUMROTO, CIRCUMROTARE, CIRCUMROTAVI, CIRCUMROTATUS] : V cause to revolve/rotate; turn/whirl around; turn around in a circle;

[CIRCUMSAEPIO, CIRCUMSAEPERE, CIRCUMSAEPSI, CIRCUMSAEPTUS] : V fence/hedge round/in, enclose, surround;

[CIRCUMSAEPTUS, CIRCUMSAEPTA, CIRCUMSAEPTUM] : ADJ fenced/hedged in, enclosed, walled in; surrounded, encircled;

[CIRCUMSALTO, CIRCUMSALTARE, CIRCUMSALTAVI, CIRCUMSALTATUS] : V dance around (chorus); jump around;

[CIRCUMSCALPO, CIRCUMSCALPERE, CIRCUMSCALPSI, CIRCUMSCALPTUS] : V scrape/scratch around/about;

[CIRCUMSCARIPHICO, CIRCUMSCARIPHICARE, CIRCUMSCARIPHICAVI, CIRCUMSCARIPHICATUS] : V scrape/scratch around/about; scarify around (l+s);

[CIRCUMSCARIPHO, CIRCUMSCARIPHARE, CIRCUMSCARIPHAVI, CIRCUMSCARIPHATUS] : V scrape/scratch around/about; scarify around (l+s);

[CIRCUMSCINDO, CIRCUMSCINDERE, CIRCUMSCINDI, CIRCUMSCISSUS] : V tear/rip/strip (all around) (the clothes of);

[CIRCUMSCRIBO, CIRCUMSCRIBERE, CIRCUMSCRIPI, CIRCUMSCRIPTUS] : V draw a line/circle around; circumscribe; hem in, confine, restrict; rule out;

[CIRCUMSCRIBO, CIRCUMSCRIBERE, CIRCUMSCRIPI, CIRCUMSCRIPTUS] : V abridge, write concise form/well-turned phrase; cheat, impose on; circumvent;

[CIRCUMSCRIPTE] : ADV concisely, succinctly; summarily; in periods/periodic style;

[CIRCUMSCRIPTIO, CIRCUMSCRIPTIONIS] : N circle, circumference; boundary; outline; cheating, fraud; periodic sentence;

[CIRCUMSCRIPTOR, CIRCUMSCRIPTORIS] : N cheat; defrauder, deceiver; he who makes void/annuls;

[CIRCUMSCRIPTORIE] : ADV by fraud/deceit;

[CIRCUMSCRIPTUS, CIRCUMSCRIPTA -UM, CIRCUMSCRIPTIOR -OR -US, CIRCUMSCRIPTISSIMUS -A -] : ADJ concisely expressed, succinct; compressed; rounded-off into periods, periodic;

[CIRCUMSECO, CIRCUMSECARE, CIRCUMSECAVI, CIRCUMSECATUS] : V cut/clip/pare round; circumcise;

[CIRCUMSECUS] : ADV round about, around, round; in the parts/region around; on every side;

[CIRCUMSEDEO, CIRCUMSEDERE, CIRCUMSEDI, CIRCUMSESSUS] : V besiege/invest/blockade; surround, mob (person), beset; sit/live/settle round;

[CIRCUMSEPARO, CIRCUMSEPARARE, CIRCUMSEPARAVI, CIRCUMSEPARATUS] : V separate around;

[CIRCUMSEPIO, CIRCUMSEPERE, CIRCUMSEPSI, CIRCUMSEPTUS] : V fence/hedge round/in, enclose, surround;

[CIRCUMSEPTUS, CIRCUMSEPTA, CIRCUMSEPTUM] : ADJ fenced/hedged in, enclosed, walled in; surrounded, encircled;

[CIRCUMSERO, CIRCUMSERERE, CIRCUMSEVI, CIRCUMSATUS] : V plant/sow/set round (something);

[CIRCUMSESSIO, CIRCUMSESSIONIS] : N surrounding, mobbing; besieging; hostile encompassing (l+s);

[CIRCUMSIDEO, CIRCUMSIDERE, CIRCUMSIDI, CIRCUMSISSUS] : V besiege/invest/blockade; surround, mob (person), beset; sit/live/settle round;

[CIRCUMSIDO, CIRCUMSIDERE, CIRCUMSIDI, CIRCUMSISSUS] : V besiege/invest/blockade; surround, mob (person), beset; sit/live/settle round;

[CIRCUMSIGNO, CIRCUMSIGNARE, CIRCUMSIGNAVI, CIRCUMSIGNATUS] : V mark/sign/seal round about;

[CIRCUMSILIO, CIRCUMSILIRE,] : V leap/spring/hop round;

[CIRCUMSISTO, CIRCUMSISTERE, CIRCUMSTITI, CIRCUMSTATUS] : V stand/gather/crowd/take a stand around; surround, beset; be on either side;

[CIRCUMSITUS, CIRCUMSITA, CIRCUMSITUM] : ADJ lying/situated around; neighboring;

[CIRCUMSOCIUS, CIRCUMSOCIA, CIRCUMSOCIUM] : ADJ neighborly, in friendly neighborhood;

[CIRCUMSONO, CIRCUMSONARE, CIRCUMSONAVI, CIRCUMSONATUS] : V resound on every side; echo round; surround/be filled (with noise/sound);

[CIRCUMSONUS, CIRCUMSONA, CIRCUMSONUM] : ADJ sounding/making a loud noise round about; filling/filled with sounds/noise;

[CIRCUMSPARGO, CIRCUMSPARGERE, CIRCUMSPARSI, CIRCUMSPARSUS] : V sprinkle/spray round about/around;

[CIRCUMSPECTATRIX, CIRCUMSPECTATRICIS] : N female spy, she who goes around/spies; she who goes round making eyes (at);

[CIRCUMSPECTE, CIRCUMSPECTIUS, CIRCUMSPECTISSIME] : ADV warily/cautiously/circumspectly; carefully/meticulously; w/mature deliberation;

[CIRCUMSPECTIO, CIRCUMSPECTIONIS] : N careful consideration; looking on all sides (l+s); foresight, caution;

[CIRCUMSPECTO, CIRCUMSPECTARE, CIRCUMSPECTAVI, CIRCUMSPECTATUS] : V look about (searchingly), search about; examine, watch (suspiciously), be alert;

[CIRCUMSPECTOR, CIRCUMSPECTORIS] : N watcher; watchman; spy; all seeing;

[CIRCUMSPECTUS, CIRCUMSPECTA -UM, CIRCUMSPECTIOR -OR -US, CIRCUMSPECTISSIMUS -A -U] : ADJ worthy of consideration, respected; distinguished;

[CIRCUMSPECTUS, CIRCUMSPECTUS] : N survey/looking round/spying; visual examination; commanding view; contemplation;

[CIRCUMSPECTUS, CIRCUMSPECTA -UM, CIRCUMSPECTIOR -OR -US, CIRCUMSPECTISSIMUS -A -U] : ADJ well considered, weighed with care, prudent; guarded/circumspect; cautious/wary;

[CIRCUMSPERGO, CIRCUMSPERGERE, CIRCUMSPERSI, CIRCUMSPERSUS] : V sprinkle/spray round about/around; strew/scatter round about/around (l+s);

[CIRCUMSPICIENTIA, CIRCUMSPICIENTIAE] : N caution, watchfulness; consideration, deliberation (l+s);

[CIRCUMSPICIO, CIRCUMSPICERE, CIRCUMSPEXI, CIRCUMSPECTUS] : V look around/over/for, survey; inspect; search for/seek; examine/review; ponder;

[CIRCUMSTAGNO, CIRCUMSTAGNARE, CIRCUMSTAGNAVI, CIRCUMSTAGNATUS] : V be poured forth all around;

[CIRCUMSTANS, CIRCUMSTANTIS] : N by-stander (usu. pl.);

[CIRCUMSTANTIA, CIRCUMSTANTIAE] : N encircling position/troop; closing of fluid round passing object; circumstance;

[CIRCUMSTATIO, CIRCUMSTATIONIS] : N circle/circular group (of people); a standing around (l+s);

[CIRCUMSTO, CIRCUMSTARE, CIRCUMSTETI, CIRCUMSTATUS] : V stand/gather/crowd around, surround, beset; be on either side;

[CIRCUMSTO] : to beset.

[CIRCUMSTREPO, CIRCUMSTREPERE, CIRCUMSTREPUI, CIRCUMSTREPITUS] : V make a noise around; surround with noise; shout/cry clamorously around (person);

[CIRCUMSTRIDENS, (GEN.), CIRCUMSTRIDENTIS] : ADJ shrieking/yelling//jabbering around;

[CIRCUMSTRINGO, CIRCUMSTRINGERE, CIRCUMSTRINXI, CIRCUMSTRICTUS] : V bind about, put on; tie around, surround, clothe with;

[CIRCUMSTRUO, CIRCUMSTRUERE, CIRCUMSTRUXI, CIRCUMSTRUCTUS] : V build round, surround with a structure (externally/internally);

[CIRCUMSTUPEO, CIRCUMSTUPERE, CIRCUMSTUPUI] : V hang sluggishly round; look around with amazement, stand around amazed (l+s);

[CIRCUMSUDO, CIRCUMSUDARE, CIRCUMSUDAVI, CIRCUMSUDATUS] : V sweat/be moist all around/on all sides;

[CIRCUMSURGO, CIRCUMSURGERE, CIRCUMSURREXI, CIRCUMSURRECTUS] : V rise/project all around;

[CIRCUMSUTUS, CIRCUMSUTA, CIRCUMSUTUM] : ADJ surrounded/enclosed in by means of sewing/stitching; sewed together all round;

[CIRCUMTECTUS, CIRCUMTECTA, CIRCUMTECTUM] : ADJ covered, clothed;

[CIRCUMTEGO, CIRCUMTEGERE, CIRCUMTEXI, CIRCUMTECTUS] : V cover round about;

[CIRCUMTENDO, CIRCUMTENDERE, CIRCUMTETENDI, CIRCUMTENTUS] : V cover/surround by stretching;

[CIRCUMTENEO, CIRCUMTENERE, CIRCUMTENUI, CIRCUMTENTUS] : V posses; keep/hold around;

[CIRCUMTENTUS, CIRCUMTENTA, CIRCUMTENTUM] : ADJ covered/bound with (something); that is stretched/drawn around; begirt;

[CIRCUMTERGEO, CIRCUMTERGERE, CIRCUMTERSI, CIRCUMTERSUS] : V wipe/rub round about/all around;

[CIRCUMTERMINO, CIRCUMTERMINARE, CIRCUMTERMINAVI, CIRCUMTERMINATUS] : V bound/limit round about/all around;

[CIRCUMTERO, CIRCUMTERERE, CIRCUMTRIVI, CIRCUMTRITUS] : V rub/press/stand close/crowd on all sides; wear/rub away all around;

[CIRCUMTEXTUM, CIRCUMTEXTI] : N garment inwoven with purple;

[CIRCUMTEXTUS, CIRCUMTEXTA, CIRCUMTEXTUM] : ADJ embroidered all around/round about; woven all around (l+s);

[CIRCUMTINNIO, CIRCUMTINNIRE, CIRCUMTINNIVI, CIRCUMTINNITUS] : V clash/ring/tinkle round about/all around;

[CIRCUMTOLLO, CIRCUMTOLLERE,] : V remove from every side; take/lift away all around;

[CIRCUMTONDEO, CIRCUMTONDERE, CIRCUMTOTONDI, CIRCUMTONSUS] : V cut/shear/clip all around (hair);

[CIRCUMTONO, CIRCUMTONARE, CIRCUMTONAVI, CIRCUMTONATUS] : V make a loud noise/clamor round; thunder round;

[CIRCUMTONSUS, CIRCUMTONSA, CIRCUMTONSUM] : ADJ having the hair cut/trimmed/shorn all around; elaborate, artificial (l+s);

[CIRCUMTORQUEO, CIRCUMTORQUERE, CIRCUMTOSI, CIRCUMTORTUS] : V pull/twist/turn/wind/bend/spin round;

[CIRCUMTREMO, CIRCUMTREMERE, CIRCUMTREMUI] : V shake/tremble all around;

[CIRCUMTUEOR, CIRCUMTUERI, -, CIRCUMTUTUS SUM] : V look around;

[CIRCUMTUMULATUS, CIRCUMTUMULATA, CIRCUMTUMULATUM] : ADJ piled up around;

[CIRCUMUNDIQUE] : ADV round about on all sides; from everywhere around;

[CIRCUMUSTUS, CIRCUMUSTA, CIRCUMUSTUM] : ADJ burnt round/around/on all sides;

[CIRCUMVADO, CIRCUMVADERE, CIRCUMVASI] : V form a ring round, surround, encompass, beset, attack/assail on every side;

[CIRCUMVAGOR, CIRCUMVAGARI, -, CIRCUMVAGATUS SUM] : V travel/wander/roam around/about; (person, sound, etc); encircle;

[CIRCUMVAGUS, CIRCUMVAGA, CIRCUMVAGUM] : ADJ moving/wandering round; encircling, flowing around;

[CIRCUMVALLO, CIRCUMVALLARE, CIRCUMVALLAVI, CIRCUMVALLATUS] : V surround with wall/siegeworks; blockade; beset, surround with troops/barriers;

[CIRCUMVECTIO, CIRCUMVECTIONIS] : N circular course, revolution; transport/carrying round (from place to place);

[CIRCUMVECTITOR, CIRCUMVECTITARI, -, CIRCUMVECTITATUS SUM] : V travel about; visit in succession;

[CIRCUMVECTO, CIRCUMVECTARE, -, CIRCUMVECTATUS] : V carry/transport round/from place to place; describe; sail/travel round;

[CIRCUMVECTOR, CIRCUMVECTARI, -, CIRCUMVECTATUS SUM] : V sail round; travel round;

[CIRCUMVEHOR, CIRCUMVEHI, -, CIRCUMVECTUS SUM] : V make the rounds of; travel/ride round/in succession/past; flow round (sea);

[CIRCUMVELO, CIRCUMVELARE, CIRCUMVELAVI, CIRCUMVELATUS] : V cover around, envelop;

[CIRCUMVENIO, CIRCUMVENIRE, CIRCUMVENI, CIRCUMVENTUS] : V encircle, surround; assail, beset; enclose; circumvent; defraud/trick; surpass;

[CIRCUMVENIO] : to beset, assail.

[CIRCUMVENIO] : to come around, surround, cheat, defraud.

[CIRCUMVENTIO, CIRCUMVENTIONIS] : N trickery, fraud, circumvention;

[CIRCUMVENTOR, CIRCUMVENTORIS] : N defrauder, deceiver, cheat;

[CIRCUMVENTORIUS, CIRCUMVENTORIA, CIRCUMVENTORIUM] : ADJ fraudulent, deceitful;

[CIRCUMVERRO, CIRCUMVERRERE, CIRCUMVERRI, CIRCUMVERSUS] : V sweep/clean/skim around/over;

[CIRCUMVERSIO, CIRCUMVERSIONIS] : N action of turning around/revolving, revolution;

[CIRCUMVERSOR, CIRCUMVERSARI, -, CIRCUMVERSATUS SUM] : V turn about repeatedly; spin/whirl about/around;

[CIRCUMVERSUS, CIRCUMVERSA, CIRCUMVERSUM] : ADJ rushed/swept around;

[CIRCUMVERTO, CIRCUMVERTERE, CIRCUMVERTI, CIRCUMVERSUS] : V free (a slave) by manumission; (pass) turn (oneself) round, revolve (round);

[CIRCUMVESTIO, CIRCUMVESTIRE, CIRCUMVESTIVI, CIRCUMVESTITUS] : V clothe, cover over, surround with a covering; wrap up (in words); cloak;

[CIRCUMVINCIO, CIRCUMVINCIRE, CIRCUMVINXI, CIRCUMVINCTUS] : V bind/fasten round;

[CIRCUMVISO, CIRCUMVISERE, CIRCUMVISI, CIRCUMVISUS] : V look round at; glare round upon;

[CIRCUMVOLITABILIS, CIRCUMVOLITABILIS, CIRCUMVOLITABILE] : ADJ flying around;

[CIRCUMVOLITO, CIRCUMVOLITARE, CIRCUMVOLITAVI, CIRCUMVOLITATUS] : V fly around/round about/over; (of horsemen/horses' hooves); frequent; flit;

[CIRCUMVOLO, CIRCUMVOLARE, CIRCUMVOLAVI, CIRCUMVOLATUS] : V fly/hover/flutter around; run/hasten/rush around;

[CIRCUMVOLUTOR, CIRCUMVOLUTARI, -, CIRCUMVOLUTATUS SUM] : V roll over;

[CIRCUMVOLVO, CIRCUMVOLVERE, CIRCUMVOLVI, CIRCUMVOLUTUS] : V roll/revolve round, twine/coil around; wind around (w/something);

[CIRCUMVORSOR, CIRCUMVORSARI, -, CIRCUMVORSATUS SUM] : V turn about repeatedly; spin/whirl about/around;

[CIRCUMVORTO, CIRCUMVORTERE, CIRCUMVORTI, CIRCUMVORSUS] : V free (a slave) by manumission; (pass) turn (oneself) round, revolve (round);

[CIRCUNDO, CIRCUNDARE, CIRCUNDEDI, CIRCUNDATUS] : V surround; envelop, post/put/place/build around; enclose; beset; pass around;

[CIRCUS, CIRCI] : N race course; the circus in rome, celebration of the games; circle; orbit;

[CIRIS, CIRIS] : N mythical bird into which scylla daughter of nisus was changed; bird; fish;

[CIRRATUS, CIRRATA, CIRRATUM] : ADJ curly-haired; having curled hair/ringlets; fringed (l+s);

[CIRRATUS, CIRRATI] : N curly-haired boy; schoolboys (pl.);

[CIRRITUS, CIRRITA, CIRRITUM] : ADJ tufted, bearded; (epithet of a variety of pear?); having filaments (l+s);

[CIRRUS, CIRRI] : N curl, curly lock, ringlet; tuft (on bird head/oyster's beard/tentacles; fringe;

[CIRSION, CIRSII] : N kind of thistle;

[CIRSOCELE, CIRSOCELES] : N vericocele, varicose condition/dilatation of the veins of the spermatic chord;

[CIS] : PREP on/to this/near side of, short of; before, within (time);

[CISALPINUS, CISALPINA, CISALPINUM] : ADJ lying on the south side of the alps; (cisalpine gaul => northern italy);

[CISANUS, CISANI] : N driver of a cissium (light two-wheeled carriage);

[CISARIUS, CISARII] : N driver of a cissium (light two-wheeled carriage);

[CISIUM, CISI(I)] : N light two-wheeled carriage; light wheeled vehicle; cabriolet;

[CISMONTANUS, CISMONTANA, CISMONTANUM] : ADJ that dwells/situated on this/near side of the mountains;

[CISORIUM, CISORII] : N cutting instrument; (for bone);

[CISSANTHEMOS, CISSANTHEMI] : N honeysuckle; plant similar to ivy (l+s);

[CISSANTHEMUS, CISSANTHEMI] : N honeysuckle; plant similar to ivy (l+s);

[CISSARON, CISSARI] : N plant; (also called chrysanthemon);

[CISSAROS, CISSARI] : N plant; (also called chrysanthemon);

[CISSION, CISSII] : N small ivy;

[CISSITIS, CISSITIDIS] : N precious stone; (of the color of ivy leaves l+s);

[CISSOS, CISSI] : N ivy;

[CISSYBIUM, CISSYBII] : N cup of ivy-wood;

[CISTA, CISTAE] : N chest/box (usu. made of wicker); box for sacred ceremonial objects; ballot box;

[CISTARIUS, CISTARII] : N guardian of the chest or wardrobe;

[CISTELLA, CISTELLAE] : N small box/casket/chest;

[CISTELLATRIX, CISTELLATRICIS] : N woman/slave in charge of the clothes chests or wardrobe; (or money-box l+s);

[CISTELLULA, CISTELLULAE] : N little/small box/casket/chest; (diminutive of diminutive of cista/box);

[CISTERNA, CISTERNAE] : N cistern; underground/sunken tank/reservoir for water storage; (for wine l+s);

[CISTERNINUS, CISTERNINA, CISTERNINUM] : ADJ of/obtained from cisterns, cistern-; (aqua cisternina => stored rain water);

[CISTHOS, CISTHI] : N rock rose (cistus villosus and salvifolius); shrub plant w/red blossoms (l+s);

[CISTIFER, CISTIFERI] : N bearer of a casket in religious ceremonies; casket-bearer;

[CISTOPHORUS, CISTOPHORI] : N ceremonial casket-bearer; an asiatic coin w/dionysus as a ~ (worth 4 drachma);

[CISTULA, CISTULAE] : N little/small box/chest; small basket (l+s);

[CITARA] : a harp.

[CITATE, CITATIUS, CITATISSIME] : ADV hurriedly; speedily, quickly, rapidly; nimbly (l+s);

[CITATIM] : ADV hurriedly, quickly; speedily, hastily;

[CITATIO, CITATIONIS] : N calling, proclaiming (legal); command (military);

[CITATIO] : summons, call.

[CITATIO] : summons, call

[CITATORIUM, CITATORII] : N summoning before a tribunal;

[CITATUS, CITATA -UM, CITATIOR -OR -US, CITATISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ quick, swift; early; loose (bowels); speeded up, hurried, urged on; full gallop;

[CITATUS, CITATI] : N summons, citation (legal);

[CITATUS, CITATUS] : N impulse;

[CITATUS] : quick, speedy.

[CITATUS] : summons, citation.

[CITE] : ADV quickly; rapidly;

[CITER, CITERA -UM, CITERIOR -OR -US, CITIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ on this side/near; (comp) nearer; sooner/earlier, urgent; (super) next; least;

[CITERIA, CITERIAE] : N clown; effigy/caricature carried in procession at the games (l+s);

[CITERIUS] : ADV COMP short of; to a lesser degree than;

[CITHARA, CITHARAE] : N cithara, lyre; lute, guitar (l+s);

[CITHARICEN, CITHARICINIS] : N cithara/lyre player;

[CITHARISTA, CITHARISTAE] : N cithara/lyre player;

[CITHARISTRIA, CITHARISTRIAE] : N cithara/lyre player (female);

[CITHARIZO, CITHARIZARE, CITHARIZAVI, CITHARIZATUS] : V play on/strike the cithara/lyre;

[CITHAROEDA, CITHAROEDAE] : N female singer-musician; (with self accompaniment on the cithara/lyre);

[CITHAROEDICUS, CITHAROEDICI] : N of/belonging to singer-musician; (on cithara/lyre); for singing to the lyre;

[CITHAROEDUS, CITHAROEDI] : N singer-musician; (with self accompaniment on the cithara/lyre);

[CITHARUS, CITHARI] : N kind of flat-fish;

[CITIMUS, CITIMA, CITIMUM] : ADJ that is or is situated nearest;

[CITIPES, (GEN.), CITIPEDIS] : ADJ fleet-footed, swift-footed; swift, fleet;

[CITIREMIS, CITIREMIS, CITIREME] : ADJ swift (of a galley), having swift oars; rowing swiftly (l+s);

[CITIUS] : speedily, quickly, rapidly.

[CITIVOLUS, CITIVOLA, CITIVOLUM] : ADJ swiftly flying, swift-flying;

[CITIVOLUS] : swiftly flying.

[CITO, CITARE, CITAVI, CITATUS] : V urge on, encourage; promote, excite; summon; set in motion; move (bowels); cite;

[CITO, CITIUS, CITISSIME] : ADV quickly/fast/speedily, with speed; soon, before long; readily; easily;

[CITO] : quickly, rapidly, speedily.

[CITO] : to be moved, aroused.

[CITO] : to put into quick motion, quickened.

[CITOCACIUM, CITOCACII] : N plant; (also called chamelaea);

[CITRA] : ADV on this/near side of, towards; nearer; short of the mark/amount/degree;

[CITRA] : PREP on this/near side of, short of; before; below, less than; without regard to;

[CITRAGO, CITRAGINIS] : N citrus plant; lemon balm;

[CITRARIUS, CITRARI(I)] : N dealer/maker of articles of citron-wood; dealer in lemons (l+s);

[CITRATUS, CITRATA, CITRATUM] : ADJ treated with citron (tree) oil; steeped in citrus oil (l+s);

[CITRATUS, CITRATA, CITRATUM] : ADJ situated on the near side;

[CITREA, CITREAE] : N citrus tree;

[CITREAGO, CITREAGINIS] : N citrus plant; lemon balm;

[CITRETUM, CITRETI] : N orchard of citrus trees;

[CITREUM, CITREI] : N fruit of the citrus tree; citron; citron tree; ;

[CITREUS, CITREA, CITREUM] : ADJ of/on/made of the citrus tree/wood; of the citron tree (l+s);

[CITREUS, CITREI] : N fruit of the citrus tree; ;

[CITRIARIUS, CITRIARI(I)] : N dealer/maker of articles of citron-wood;

[CITRIUM, CITRII] : N kind of gourd;

[CITRO] : ADV to this side; (w/ultro/et -> here - there, to - fro); on/by both sides/parties;

[CITROSUS, CITROSA, CITROSUM] : ADJ smelling of the citron tree/wood;

[CITRUM, CITRI] : N wood of citron tree; furniture/table made of citron/citrus-wood; (expensive);

[CITRUS, CITRI] : N african citrus tree; (callitris quadrivalvis?); citron (citrus medica) (l+s);

[CITUS, CITA -UM, CITIOR -OR -US, CITISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ quick, swift, rapid; moving/acting/passing/occurring quickly, speedy; early;

[CITUVOLUS, CITUVOLA, CITUVOLUM] : ADJ swiftly flying, swift-flying;

[CIVICA, CIVICAE] : N civic crown/garland of oak-leaves; cognomen;

[CIVICUS, CIVICA, CIVICUM] : ADJ of one's town/city/fellow-citizens; civil, civic; legal, civil (not military);

[CIVILE, CIVILIS] : N courtesy; civility;

[CIVILIS, CIVILIS, CIVILE] : ADJ of/affecting fellow citizens; civil; legal; public; political; unassuming;

[CIVILIS] : civil, civic.

[CIVILITAS, CIVILITATIS] : N science of politics/government; behavior of an ordinary person, unassumingness;

[CIVILITER, CIVILIUS, CIVILISSIME] : ADV in civil sphere, between citizens; as becomes a citizen; civilly, unassumingly;

[CIVIS, CIVIS] : N fellow citizen; countryman/woman; citizen, free person; a roman citizen;

[CIVIS] : citizen, townsman, bourgeois, burgess.

[CIVITAS, CIVITATIS] : N community/city/town/state; citizens; citizen rights/citizenship; naturalization;

[CIVITAS] : state, citzenship, city-state, city.

[CIVITAS] : state, citzenship, city-state.

[CIVITATULA, CIVITATULAE] : N (small) city/town; citizenship (in a petty state);

[CLABULA, CLABULAE] : N graft or cutting; scion;

[CLABULARE, CLABULARIS] : N large open wagon (used for transporting soldiers); (with wicker-work sides?);

[CLABULARIS, CLABULARIS, CLABULARE] : ADJ of/pertaining to large open wagon (used for transporting soldiers); (wicker?);

[CLABULARIUS, CLABULARIA, CLABULARIUM] : ADJ of/pertaining to large open wagon (used for transporting soldiers); (wicker?);

[CLACENDIX, CLACENDICIS] : N murex, purple-fish; a shellfish from which (royal) purple dye was obtained);

[CLADES, CLADIS] : N disaster, ruin, calamity; plague; pest, bane, scourge (cause of disaster);

[CLADES, CLADIS] : N defeat, reverse; casualties, slaughter/carnage/devastation; ruins; dissolution;

[CLADES] : disaster, defeat/ massacre.

[CLADES] : scourge/ destruction, harm, injury, damage.

[CLAGALOPES, CLAGALOPIS] : N species of eagle;

[CLAM] : ADV secretly, in secret, unknown to; privately; covertly; by fraud;

[CLAM] : PREP ABL without the knowledge of, unknown to; concealed/secret from; (rarely w/abl);

[CLAM] : PREP without the knowledge of, unknown to; concealed/secret from; (rarely w/abl);

[CLAM] : secretly, in secret.

[CLAM] : secretly, in secret, stealthily..

[CLAMATOR, CLAMATORIS] : N shouter, bawler, noisy disclaimer;

[CLAMATORIUS, CLAMATORIA, CLAMATORIUM] : ADJ screeching, clamorous; shouting; (epithet of an unknown bird - of bad omen);

[CLAMATUS, CLAMATUS] : N crying aloud, shouting;

[CLAMIS, CLAMIDIS] : N greek cloak/cape frequently for military use; state mantle; cloak, mantle;

[CLAMITATIO, CLAMITATIONIS] : N shouting, bawling; violent crying, clamor, noise (l+s);

[CLAMITO, CLAMITARE, CLAMITAVI, CLAMITATUS] : V cry out, yell; shout repeatedly, clamor; proclaim; name/call repeatedly loudly;

[CLAMITO] : to bawl out for.

[CLAMO, CLAMARE, CLAMAVI, CLAMATUS] : V proclaim, declare; cry/shout out; shout/call the name of; accompany with shouts;

[CLAMO] : to call, shout, cry aloud, proclaim, declare.

[CLAMOR, CLAMORIS] : N shout, outcry/protest; loud shouting (approval/joy), applause; clamor/noise/din;

[CLAMOR, CLAMORIS] : N war-cry, battle-cry; roar (thunder/surf); cry of fear/pain/mourning; wailing;

[CLAMOR] : a shout, cry, loud call, outcry.

[CLAMOR] : loud shouting, cry.

[CLAMOS, CLAMOSIS] : N war-cry, battle-cry; roar (thunder/surf); cry of fear/pain/mourning; wailing;

[CLAMOS, CLAMOSIS] : N shout, outcry/protest; loud shouting (approval/joy), applause; clamor/noise/din;

[CLAMOSE] : ADV in a loud voice with shouting; clamorously;

[CLAMOSUS, CLAMOSA, CLAMOSUM] : ADJ given to/marked by/filled with shouting/bawling/yelling; barking (dog), noisy;

[CLAMYS, CLAMYDIS] : N greek cloak/cape frequently for military use; state mantle; cloak, mantle;

[CLAMYS, CLAMYDOS/IS] : N greek cloak/cape frequently for military use; state mantle; cloak, mantle;

[CLANCULARIUS, CLANCULARIA, CLANCULARIUM] : ADJ anonymous; writing in secret; secret, concealed, unknown (l+s);

[CLANCULO] : ADV secretly; privately (l+s);

[CLANCULUM] : ADV secretly, by stealth; sub rosa; privately (l+s);

[CLANCULUM] : PREP without the knowledge of, secret from;

[CLANDESTINO] : ADV secretly, clandestinely;

[CLANDESTINUS, CLANDESTINA, CLANDESTINUM] : ADJ secret, hidden, concealed, clandestine; acting/done/made secretly/silently;

[CLANGO, CLANGERE, CLANGUI] : V clang, make ringing noise; sound (horn); scream (eagle); speak w/ringing tone;

[CLANGO] : to sound.

[CLANGOR, CLANGORIS] : N clang, noise; blare/blast (trumpet); crying/clamor (bird); barking/baying (dog);

[CLANGOR] : sounding.

[CLARE, CLARIUS, CLARISSIME] : ADV aloud; brightly, clearly; lucidly; with distinction/honor, illustriously;

[CLAREO, CLARERE,] : V shine bright/clearly; be clear/plain/understandable/obvious; be famous/renowned;

[CLARESCO, CLARESCERE, CLARUI] : V be illuminated; become bright/evident/clear; become loud or famous/notorious;

[CLARICITO, CLARICITARE, CLARICITAVI, CLARICITATUS] : V recall, recollect, remember;

[CLARICO, CLARICARE, CLARICAVI, CLARICATUS] : V shine, gleam, glow;

[CLARIFICATIO, CLARIFICATIONIS] : N glorification;

[CLARIFICO, CLARIFICARE, CLARIFICAVI, CLARIFICATUS] : V make illustrious/famous;

[CLARIGATIO, CLARIGATIONIS] : N satisfaction; reparation, fine; solemn demand for redress (or war in 33 days);

[CLARIGITO, CLARIGITARE, CLARIGITAVI, CLARIGITATUS] : V recall, recollect, remember;

[CLARIGO, CLARIGARE, CLARIGAVI, CLARIGATUS] : V demand satisfaction formally (from another state in formal declaration of war);

[CLARIS MAIORUM EXEMPLIS. ] : PHRASE after the forefathers' brilliant example.

[CLARISONUS, CLARISONA, CLARISONUM] : ADJ loud; clear-sounding, distinct;

[CLARISSIMATUS, CLARISSIMATUS] : N the dignity of a clarissimus (imperial official);

[CLARITAS, CLARITATIS] : N clarity/vividness; brightness; distinctness; loudness; celebrity, renown, fame;

[CLARITAS] : brightness.

[CLARITUDO, CLARITUDINIS] : N clearness, brightness; distinctness; loudness; celebrity, distinction, renown;

[CLARITUDO] : brightness.

[CLARITUS] : ADV clearly, distinctly;

[CLARIVIDUS, CLARIVIDA, CLARIVIDUM] : ADJ seeing clearly; clear sighted;

[CLARO, CLARARE, CLARAVI, CLARATUS] : V make visible; brighten, light up; make clear, explain; make illustrious/famous;

[CLARO] : to make bright or clear, make clear in the mind.

[CLAROR, CLARORIS] : N clarity, brightness;

[CLAROS, CLARI] : N beetle infesting beehives; (regarded by pliny as a disease);

[CLARUS, CLARA -UM, CLARIOR -OR -US, CLARISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ clear, bright, gleaming; loud, distinct; evident, plain; illustrious, famous;

[CLARUS] : clear, bright / renowned, famous, illustrious

[CLARUS] : clear, bright/ renowned, famous, illustrious.

[CLASIS, CLASIS] : N division/class of the romans; levy/draft, land army; fleet; group/band;

[CLASSIARIUS, CLASSIARIA, CLASSIARIUM] : ADJ of the navy/fleet/marines;

[CLASSIARIUS, CLASSIARI(I)] : N mariner; sailor, seaman; naval forces/personnel (pl.), marines;

[CLASSICULA, CLASSICULAE] : N small fleet/flotilla;

[CLASSICUM, CLASSICI] : N military trumpet call; war-trumpet (l+s);

[CLASSICUS, CLASSICA, CLASSICUM] : ADJ of/connected with the fleet/sailors; belonging to a/highest citizen class;

[CLASSICUS, CLASSICI] : N trumpeter (who summoned the comitia centuriata); sailors (pl.), marines;

[CLASSIS, CLASSIS] : N division/class of the romans; grade (pupils); levy/draft; fleet; group/band;

[CLATHRUM, CLATHRI] : N lattices or bars (pl.); grate; railings;

[CLATHRUS, CLATHRA, CLATHRUM] : ADJ latticed or barred;

[CLATHRUS, CLATHRI] : N lattices or bars (pl.); grate; railings;

[CLATRATUS, CLATRATA, CLATRATUM] : ADJ latticed or barred;

[CLATRO, CLATRARE, CLATRAVI, CLATRATUS] : V fit with bars or railings;

[CLATRUM, CLATRI] : N lattices or bars (pl.); grate; railings;

[CLATRUS, CLATRI] : N lattices or bars (pl.); grate; railings;

[CLAUDASTER, CLAUDASTRA, CLAUDASTRUM] : ADJ a little lame;

[CLAUDEO, CLAUDERE, CLAUSI, CLAUSUS] : V limp, stumble/falter/hesitate; be weak/imperfect, fall short; be lame, hobble;

[CLAUDEO] : to limp, halt, be lame, to hobble.

[CLAUDICATIO, CLAUDICATIONIS] : N limping; lameness;

[CLAUDICO, CLAUDICARE, CLAUDICAVI, CLAUDICATUS] : V limp, be lame; waver, incline to one side; be defective/deficient/fall short;

[CLAUDICO] : to limp.

[CLAUDIGO, CLAUDIGINIS] : N lameness; limping, limp;

[CLAUDITAS, CLAUDITATIS] : N lameness;

[CLAUDIUS, CLAUDI] : N claudius; (roman gens name); (ti. c. nero germanicus, emperor, 41-54 ad); lame;

[CLAUDIUS, CLAUDIA, CLAUDIUM] : ADJ claudius; roman gens; (ti. c. nero germanicus, emperor, 41-54 ad); the lame;

[CLAUDO (CLAUSUS)] : to confine, shut up, close, blockade, besiege.

[CLAUDO, CLAUDERE, CLAUSI, CLAUSUS] : V close, shut, block up; conclude, finish; blockade, besiege; enclose; confine;

[CLAUDO, CLAUDERE, CLAUSI, CLAUSUS] : V limp, stumble/falter/hesitate; be weak/imperfect, fall short; be lame, hobble;

[CLAUDUS, CLAUDA, CLAUDUM] : ADJ limping, lame; defective/crippled/imperfect; uneven/halting/wavering/uncertain;

[CLAUDUS] : lame.

[CLAUSTELLUM, CLAUSTELLI] : N keyhole;

[CLAUSTRALIS, CLAUSTRALIS, CLAUSTRALE] : ADJ of/pertaining to a fortress;

[CLAUSTRARIUS, CLAUSTRARIA, CLAUSTRARIUM] : ADJ of/pertaining to locks; (~ artifex => locksmith);

[CLAUSTRARIUS, CLAUSTRARII] : N maker of door-bolts;

[CLAUSTRITUMUS, CLAUSTRITUMI] : N warden of locks;

[CLAUSTRUM, CLAUSTRI] : N monastery, cloister (often pl.);

[CLAUSTRUM, CLAUSTRI] : N bolt (gate/door); key; bars (pl.), enclosure; barrier; door, gate, bulwark; dam;

[CLAUSTRUM] : bolt, bar, prison, den, pen, enclosure/ cloister.

[CLAUSULA, CLAUSULAE] : N conclusion/end (letter/verse/transaction); close (periodic sentence); clause;

[CLAUSUM, CLAUSI] : N enclosed space;

[CLAUSURA, CLAUSURAE] : N lock/clasp of a necklace; lock, bar, bolt (l+s); castle, fort (late);

[CLAUSUS, CLAUSA, CLAUSUM] : ADJ closed, inaccessible (places); impervious to feeling; shut/locked in, enclosed;

[CLAVA, CLAVAE] : N club, cudgel; staff; knotty/rough/wooden stick; exercise sword; spartan scytale;

[CLAVARIUM, CLAVARII] : N nail-money, allowance to soldiers for shoe-nails;

[CLAVATOR, CLAVATORIS] : N one who fights with a club; one who carries clubs/foils/exercise swords (l+s);

[CLAVATUS, CLAVATA, CLAVATUM] : ADJ furnished/decorated with nails/studs; striped (animal);

[CLAVERO] : keeper of the keys (cathedral or monastic administrator.

[CLAVES, CLAVIS] : N door-key; bar/key for turning a press, lever; hook for bowling a hoop;

[CLAVICARIUS, CLAVICARII] : N locksmith;

[CLAVICLARIUS, CLAVICLARII] : N turnkey; keeper of the keys, jailer (l+s);

[CLAVICULA, CLAVICULAE] : N (small) key; vine-tendril; pivot; rod, bar, bolt (for door);

[CLAVICULARIUS, CLAVICULARII] : N turnkey; keeper of the keys, jailer (l+s);

[CLAVIGER, CLAVIGERA, CLAVIGERUM] : ADJ carrying/armed with a club; (epithet of hercules); key-bearing (janus);

[CLAVIGER, CLAVIGERI] : N club-bearer, one armed with a club; (epithet of hercules); key-bearer (janus);

[CLAVIS, CLAVIS] : N door-key; bar/key for turning a press, lever; hook for bowling a hoop;

[CLAVO, CLAVARE, -, CLAVATUS] : V nail, furnish/fasten with nails; furnish with points/prickles or purple stripe;

[CLAVOLA, CLAVOLAE] : N graft or cutting; scion;

[CLAVULA, CLAVULAE] : N graft or cutting; scion;

[CLAVULARE, CLAVULARIS] : N large open wagon (used for transporting soldiers); (with wicker-work sides?);

[CLAVULARIS, CLAVULARIS, CLAVULARE] : ADJ of/pertaining to large open wagon (used for transporting soldiers); (wicker?);

[CLAVULARIUS, CLAVULARIA, CLAVULARIUM] : ADJ of/pertaining to large open wagon (used for transporting soldiers); (wicker?);

[CLAVULUS, CLAVULI] : N small nail; tack; small swelling;

[CLAVUS, CLAVI] : N callus, wart, tumor, excrescence; foul brood in bees; fungus disease in olives;

[CLAVUS, CLAVI] : N nail, spike, rivet; purple stripe on tunic; tiller/helm, helm of ship of state;

[CLAXENDIX, CLAXENDICIS] : N murex, purple-fish; a shellfish from which (royal) purple dye was obtained);

[CLEMA, CLEMATIS] : N knot-grass (polygonum aviculare);

[CLEMATIS, CLEMATIDIS] : N plant; (various kinds of clematis/convolvulus/etc); (climbing plants l+s);

[CLEMATIS, CLEMATIDOS/IS] : N plant; (various kinds of clematis/convolvulus/etc);

[CLEMATITIS, CLEMATITIDIS] : N plant; species of aristolochia;

[CLEMENS, (GEN.), CLEMENTIS] : ADJ merciful, lenient; mild, gentle, quiet, peaceful, easy, moderate; compliant;

[CLEMENTER, CLEMENTIUS, CLEMENTISSIME] : ADV leniently, mercifully; mildly/softly; slowly/at an easy rate/gradually, gently;

[CLEMENTER] : compassionately, mercifully.

[CLEMENTIA, CLEMENTIAE] : N mercy/clemency; compassion; indulgence/forbearance; gentleness, mildness, calm;

[CLEMENTIA] : indulgence, forbearance, humanity, mercy, gentleness, etc.

[CLEONIA, CLEONIAE] : N plant; (also called helenium);

[CLEONICION, CLEONICII] : N plant; (also called clinopodion);

[CLEOPATRA, CLEOPATRAE] : N cleopatra; (queen of egypt);

[CLEOPICETON, CLEOPICETI] : N wild basil (calamintha clinopodium);

[CLEPO, CLEPERE, CLEPSI, CLEPTUS] : V steal; take away secretly; overhear, listen secretly; steal/hide oneself away;

[CLEPSYDRA, CLEPSYDRAE] : N water-clock; (used for timing speakers); time of one clock (20 minutes);

[CLEPSYDRARIUS, CLEPSYDRARII] : N maker of water-clocks;

[CLEPTA, CLEPTAE] : N thief;

[CLEPTES, CLEPTAE] : N thief;

[CLERICALIS, CLERICALIS, CLERICALE] : ADJ clerical, priestly;

[CLERICATUS, CLERICATUS] : N clerical office;

[CLERICUS, CLERICI] : N clergyman, priest, cleric, clerk; scholar, student, scribe, secretary (bee);

[CLERUS, CLERI] : N clergy, the clerical order;

[CLERUS, CLERI] : N allotment of land; assignment by lots (l+s);

[CLIBANARIUS, CLIBANARII] : N soldier clad in mail, cuirassier;

[CLIBANICIUS, CLIBANICIA, CLIBANICIUM] : ADJ baked in a clibanus (bread oven); (w/panis => bread baked in a clibanus);

[CLIBANUS, CLIBANI] : N oven; earthen/iron vessel w/small holes/broad bottom for baking/serving bread;

[CLIBANUS] : oven, furnace/ tray for bread making.

[CLIDION, CLIDII] : N (parts round the) shoulder-bone of a fish; (tuna l+s);

[CLIDIUM, CLIDII] : N (parts round the) shoulder-bone of a fish; (tuna l+s);

[CLIDUCHUS, CLIDUCHI] : N key-bearer;

[CLIENS, CLIENTIS] : N client, dependent (of a patron), vassal; client state/its citizens, allies;

[CLIENTA, CLIENTAE] : N female dependent/client, protegee; female votary;

[CLIENTELA, CLIENTELAE] : N clientship; vassalage; patronage; protection; clients; vassals; allies (pl.);

[CLIENTULUS, CLIENTULI] : N mere/small/insignificant client; petty vassal; (term of contempt);

[CLIMA, CLIMATIS] : N measure of land; (60 feet square); inclination from latitude; clime; direction;

[CLIMA] : clime, region.

[CLIMACIS, CLIMACIDOS/IS] : N inclined channel/barrel of a ballista; small staircase/ladder (l+s);

[CLIMACTER, CLIMACTRIS] : N rung (astrological), critical point in life (every 7 years);

[CLIMACTERICUS, CLIMACTERICA, CLIMACTERICUM] : ADJ critical, climacteric (astrological); of critical point in life (every 7 years)

[CLIMATIAS, CLIMATIAE] : N kind of earthquake;

[CLIMAX, CLIMACIS] : N rhetorical figure (gradual increase in force of expression); (also gradatio);

[CLINAMEN, CLINAMINIS] : N swerving, turning aside;

[CLINATUS, CLINATA, CLINATUM] : ADJ inclining, slanting; inclined, bent, sunk (l+s);

[CLINGO, CLINGERE, CLINXI, CLINCTUS] : V surround/encircle/ring; enclose; beleaguer; accompany; gird, equip; ring (tree);

[CLINICE, CLINICES] : N clinical medicine; practice at the sick-bed (l+s);

[CLINICE] : ADJ clinical, sick-bed;

[CLINICON] : ADJ clinical, sick-bed;

[CLINICOS, CLINIC] : ADJ clinical, sick-bed;

[CLINICUS, CLINICI] : N physician attending patient in bed; bedridden patient; one baptized when sick;

[CLINO, CLINARE, CLINAVI, CLINATUS] : V incline, slope; bend; sink;

[CLINOPALE, CLINOPALES] : N intercourse, wrestling in bed, active sexual exercise;

[CLINOPODIUM, CLINOPODI(I)] : N wild basil (calamintha clinopodium);

[CLINOPUS, CLINOPODOS/IS] : N foot of a bed;

[CLIPEATUS, CLIPEATA, CLIPEATUM] : ADJ armed/furnished with a shield (clipeus); shield-bearing;

[CLIPEATUS, CLIPEATI] : N soldier armed/furnished with a shield (clipeus) (usu. pl.);

[CLIPEO, CLIPEARE, CLIPEAVI, CLIPEATUS] : V provide/arm with a shield (clipeus) or protection;

[CLIPEOLUM, CLIPEOLI] : N small shield;

[CLIPEUM, CLIPEI] : N round/embossed shield (usu. bronze); disk of the sun; vault of sky; meteorite;

[CLIPEUS, CLIPEI] : N round/embossed shield (usu. bronze); disk of the sun; vault of sky; meteorite;

[CLITELLA, CLITELLAE] : N pack-saddle (pl.), sumpter-saddle; like things; instrument of torture (l+s);

[CLITELLARIUS, CLITELLARIA, CLITELLARIUM] : ADJ used for carrying a pack-saddle; of/pertaining to/bearing a pack-saddle (l+s);

[CLITICOS, CLITICI] : N statue of person reclining/sitting; person reclining/sitting;

[CLIVE, CLIVIS] : N slope, incline;

[CLIVIA, CLIVIAE] : N bird (unidentified); (of ill omen);

[CLIVIS, CLIVIS, CLIVE] : ADJ sloping, inclined; steep;

[CLIVIUS, CLIVIA, CLIVIUM] : ADJ which forbid anything to be done; (having bad omens?);

[CLIVOLUS, CLIVOLI] : N short slope;

[CLIVOS, CLIVI] : N slope (sg.), incline; sloping ground; inclined passage/surface; (street name);

[CLIVOSUS, CLIVOSA, CLIVOSUM] : ADJ hilly, full of hills; steep, characterized by slopes; difficult (l+s);

[CLIVULUS, CLIVULI] : N short slope; little hill (l+s);

[CLIVUM, CLIVI] : N slope (pl.), incline; sloping ground; inclined passage/surface; (street name);

[CLIVUS, CLIVA, CLIVUM] : ADJ which forbid anything to be done (pl.); (having bad omens?);

[CLIVUS, CLIVI] : N slope (sg.), incline; sloping ground; inclined passage/surface; (street name);

[CLOACA, CLOACAE] : N sewer, underground drain; maw of voracious person; privy (medieval);

[CLOACALIS, CLOACALIS, CLOACALE] : ADJ of/pertaining to sewage/sewers;

[CLOACARIUM, CLOACARII] : N tax/levy/contribution towards upkeep/maintenance of sewers/drains;

[CLOACARIUS, CLOACARIA, CLOACARIUM] : ADJ of/derived from sewage/dung/sewers; (mons cloacarius => dung hill);

[CLOACARIUS, CLOACARII] : N sewer/drain worker/cleaner;

[CLOACO, CLOACARE, CLOACAVI, CLOACATUS] : V daub; stain, pollute; soil; 'smear';

[CLOACULA, CLOACULAE] : N small sewer/drain;

[CLODICO, CLODICARE, CLODICAVI, CLODICATUS] : V limp, be lame; be defective; (facetious plebeian of claudico);

[CLODIGO, CLODIGINIS] : N lameness; limping, limp;

[CLODO, CLODERE, CLOSI, CLOSUS] : V close, shut, block up; conclude, finish; blockade, besiege; enclose; confine;

[CLODUS, CLODA, CLODUM] : ADJ limping, lame; defective/crippled/imperfect; uneven/halting/wavering/uncertain;

[CLONOS, CLONI] : N plant; (also called batrachion or scelerata);

[CLOSTELLUM, CLOSTELLI] : N keyhole; small lock (l+s);

[CLOSTRARIUS, CLOSTRARII] : N maker of door-bolts;

[CLOSTRUM, CLOSTRI] : N bolt (gate/door); key; bars (pl.), enclosure; barrier; door, gate, bulwark; dam;

[CLOUACA, CLOUACAE] : N sewer, underground drain; maw of voracious person; privy (medieval);

[CLUACA, CLUACAE] : N sewer, underground drain; maw of voracious person; privy (medieval);

[CLUDO, CLUDERE, CLUSI, CLUSUS] : V limp, halt; be weak, be imperfect;

[CLUDO, CLUDERE, CLUSI, CLUSUS] : V close, shut, block up; conclude, finish; blockade, besiege; enclose; confine;

[CLUDO, CLUDINIS] : N dagger;

[CLUDUS, CLUDA, CLUDUM] : ADJ limping, lame; defective/crippled/imperfect; uneven/halting/wavering/uncertain;

[CLUENS, CLUENTIS] : N client, dependent (of a patron), vassal; client state/its citizens, allies;

[CLUEO, CLUEARE, CLUEAVI, CLUEATUS] : V purify; cleanse, make clean;

[CLUEO, CLUERE,] : V be called, be named, be reputed/spoken of/said to be; be reckoned as existing;

[CLUEOR, CLUERI,] : V be called, be named, be reputed/spoken of/said to be; be reckoned as existing;

[CLUMA, CLUMAE] : N husks of grain; barley husks (pl.) (l+s);

[CLUNA, CLUNAE] : N apes (pl.); (may be misread for clura);

[CLUNACLUM, CLUNACLI] : N sacrificial knife;

[CLUNACULUM, CLUNACULI] : N sacrificial knife;

[CLUNALIS, CLUNALIS, CLUNALE] : ADJ of/pertaining to the hind parts, hind-; (clunales pedes => hindfeet);

[CLUNICULA, CLUNICULAE] : N upper leg or thigh; small hind parts (l+s);

[CLUNICULUS, CLUNICULI] : N upper leg or thigh; small hind parts (l+s);

[CLUNIS, CLUNIS] : N buttock, haunch, hindquarters (vertebrate animals); (also insects/arachnids);

[CLUO, CLUERE,] : V be called, be named, be reputed/spoken of/said to be; be reckoned as existing;

[CLUO, CLUERE,] : V purify; cleanse, make clean;

[CLUPEA, CLUPEAE] : N small river fish;

[CLUPEATUS, CLUPEATA, CLUPEATUM] : ADJ armed/furnished with a shield (clipeus); shield-bearing;

[CLUPEATUS, CLUPEATI] : N soldier armed/furnished with a shield (clipeus) (usu. pl.);

[CLUPEO, CLUPEARE, CLUPEAVI, CLUPEATUS] : V provide/arm with a shield (clipeus) or protection;

[CLUPEOLUM, CLUPEOLI] : N small shield;

[CLUPEUM, CLUPEI] : N round/embossed shield (usu. bronze); disk of the sun; vault of sky; meteorite;

[CLUPEUS, CLUPEI] : N round/embossed shield (usu. bronze); disk of the sun; vault of sky; meteorite;

[CLURA, CLURAE] : N kind of ape; (barbary ape?);

[CLURINUS, CLURINA, CLURINUM] : ADJ of/pertaining to apes;

[CLUSARIS, CLUSARIS, CLUSARE] : ADJ that encloses/marks an area; (water) that is in a covered channel;

[CLUSARIS, CLUSARIS, CLUSARE] : ADJ easily shutting/closing;

[CLUSARIUS, CLUSARIA, CLUSARIUM] : ADJ easily shutting/closing;

[CLUSILIS, CLUSILIS, CLUSILE] : ADJ capable of closing, bivalve; easily closing (l+s);

[CLUSOR, CLUSORIS] : N one who encloses/encompasses;

[CLUSTER, CLUSTERIS] : N clyster, drench, injection; enema; syringe, clyster pipe;

[CLUSTRUM, CLUSTRI] : N bolt (gate/door); key; bars (pl.), enclosure; barrier; door, gate, bulwark; dam;

[CLUSUM, CLUSI] : N enclosed space;

[CLUSURA, CLUSURAE] : N lock/clasp of a necklace; lock, bar, bolt (l+s); castle, fort (late);

[CLUSUS, CLUSA, CLUSUM] : ADJ closed, inaccessible (places); impervious to feeling; shut/locked in, enclosed;

[CLUTUS, CLUTA, CLUTUM] : ADJ famous, renowned; celebrated, glorious; refined;

[CLYBATIS, CLYBATIS] : N plant (parietaria officinalis); (also called helxine);

[CLYMENOS, CLYMENI] : N plant, scorpion's tail (scorpiurus vermiculata);

[CLYMENUS, CLYMENI] : N plant, scorpion's tail (scorpiurus vermiculata);

[CLYPEO, CLYPEARE, CLYPEAVI, CLYPEATUS] : V provide/arm with a shield (clipeus) or protection;

[CLYPEOLUM, CLYPEOLI] : N small shield;

[CLYPEUM, CLYPEI] : N round/embossed shield (usu. bronze); disk of the sun; vault of sky; meteorite;

[CLYPEUS, CLYPEI] : N round/embossed shield (usu. bronze); disk of the sun; vault of sky; meteorite;

[CLYPEUS] : brazen shield.

[CLYSMUS, CLYSMI] : N clyster, drench, injection; enema; syringe, clyster pipe;

[CLYSTER, CLYSTERIS] : N clyster, drench, injection; enema; syringe, clyster pipe;

[CLYSTERA, CLYSTERAE] : N clyster, drench, injection; enema; syringe, clyster pipe;

[CLYSTERIUM, CLYSTERI(I)] : N small syringe; clyster (l+s);

[CLYSTERIZO, CLYSTERIZARE, CLYSTERIZAVI, CLYSTERIZATUS] : V apply a syringe/clyster; give an injection/enema; purge;

[CN, ABB.] : N gnaeus, roman praenomen; abbreviated cn.;

[CNASON, CNASONIS] : N hair-pin (with which women scratch the head);

[CNATUS, CNATI] : N son; child; children (pl.);

[CNECOS, CNECI] : N safflower (carthamus tinctorius); similar thistle;

[CNEDINUS, CNEDINA, CNEDINUM] : ADJ of/pertaining to nettles, nettle-;

[CNEMIS, CNEMIDIS] : N greave; end of the verse;

[CNEORON, CNEORI] : N plant name; (various kinds of daphne?);

[CNEORUM, CNEORI] : N plant name; (various kinds of daphne?);

[CNEPHOSUS, CNEPHOSA, CNEPHOSUM] : ADJ gloomy, dark;

[CNESTOR, CNESTORIS] : N shrub; (daphne gnidium?);

[CNICUS, CNICI] : N safflower (carthamus tinctorius); similar thistle;

[CNICUS] : safflower, Bastard Saffron Carthamus tinctorius (L.) Habitat ; Eastern Mediterranean J.I. Miller

[CNIDE, CNIDES] : N nettle; sea nettle;

[CNIDINUS, CNIDINA, CNIDINUM] : ADJ of/pertaining to nettles, nettle-;

[CNISA, CNISAE] : N steam/odor from a sacrifice;

[CNISSA, CNISSAE] : N steam/odor from a sacrifice;

[CNODAX, CNODACIS] : N pin, pivot; gudgeon, pivot on end of beam/axle for wheel/bell/etc;

[CNODAX, CNODACOS/IS] : N pin, pivot; gudgeon, pivot on end of beam/axle for wheel/bell/etc;

[COA, COAE] : N lustful woman; (wearing fine coan silk?); fictitious nickname of clodia (l+s);

[COACCEDO, COACCEDERE, COACCESSI, COACCESSUS] : V come to or be added besides;

[COACERVATIM] : ADV in/by heaps;

[COACERVATIO, COACERVATIONIS] : N heaping/piling together/up; adding together, aggregate; (of arguments);

[COACERVO, COACERVARE, COACERVAVI, COACERVATUS] : V heap/pile up, gather/crowd together; amass, collect; make by heaping; add/total;

[COACERVO] : to collect in a mass.

[COACESCO, COACESCERE, COACUI] : V become sour/acid; deteriorate; become corrupt;

[COACTARIUS, COACTARI(I)] : N maker of felt;

[COACTE, COACTIUS, COACTISSIME] : ADV briefly, concisely, shortly; precisely, exactly, accurately; in forced manner;

[COACTILE, COACTILIS] : N thick fulled cloth, felt;

[COACTILIARIUS, COACTILIARIA, COACTILIARIUM] : ADJ fulling; (~ taberna => fulling mill);

[COACTILIARIUS, COACTILIARI(I)] : N maker of felt; maker of thick fulled cloth (l+s);

[COACTILIS, COACTILIS, COACTILE] : ADJ made of felt; made thick (l+s);

[COACTIM] : ADV briefly, concisely, shortly;

[COACTIO, COACTIONIS] : N collection (of money), collecting/calling in; compression; abridgement/epitome;

[COACTIO, COACTIONIS] : N disease of animals;

[COACTO, COACTARE, COACTAVI, COACTATUS] : V compel; constrain; force;

[COACTO] : to force, compel, coerce.

[COACTOR, COACTORIS] : N fuller; (felter?); (cloth worker); one who forces to something;

[COACTOR, COACTORIS] : N collector (of money/taxes/etc); (agminis ~ => troops bringing up the rear);

[COACTU] : by force, under compulsion.

[COACTUM, COACTI] : N thick/fulled covering; mattress;

[COACTUM] : force, compulsion, coercement.

[COACTUM] : force, compulsion, coercion.

[COACTURA, COACTURAE] : N amount (of oil) extracted/pressed (in a given period); collection (l+s);

[COACTUS, COACTA, COACTUM] : ADJ compressed, condensed; curdled (milk); unnatural; unwilling, forced, required;

[COACTUS, COACTUS] : N compulsion, constraint, force, coercion;

[COACTUS] : constrained.

[COADDO, COADDERE,] : V add; (as an ingredient); add with, add also (l+s);

[COADIUTOR, COADIUTORIS] : N assistant;

[COADJUTOR, COADJUTORIS] : N assistant;

[COADORO, COADORARE, COADORAVI, COADORATUS] : V worship/adore together/along with;

[COADULESCO, COADULESCERE, COADULEVI, COADULTUS] : V grow up along with;

[COADUNATI] : collected.

[COADUNATIO, COADUNATIONIS] : N uniting into one; summing up;

[COADUNATIO] : a gathering together, a summing up, a uniting.

[COADUNO, COADUNARE, COADUNAVI, COADUNATUS] : V unite; add/join together; collect into one;

[COADUNO] : to collect.

[COAEDIFICO, COAEDIFICARE, COAEDIFICAVI, COAEDIFICATUS] : V build (town/etc); occupy (site) with buildings; build up/upon;

[COAEGRESCO, COAEGRESCERE,] : V become sick at the same time as; get sick together with;

[COAEGRESCO] : to become sick at the same time.

[COAEGROTO, COAEGROTARE, COAEGROTAVI, COAEGROTATUS] : V be sick at the same time as;

[COAEQUAL, COAEQUALIS] : N one of the same age, contemporary; comrade/companion of the same age (l+s);

[COAEQUALIS, COAEQUALIS, COAEQUALE] : ADJ having the same age as; be of equal/the same age;

[COAEQUO, COAEQUARE, COAEQUAVI, COAEQUATUS] : V make level/equal, equalize; regard/treat as equal, equate; adjust by weighing;

[COAESTIMO, COAESTIMARE, COAESTIMAVI, COAESTIMATUS] : V estimate together/in conjunction (with);

[COAETANEO, COAETANEARE, COAETANEAVI, COAETANEATUS] : V be of the same age/contemporary;

[COAETANEUS, COAETANEI] : N one of the same age, contemporary;

[COAETERNUS, COAETERNA, COAETERNUM] : ADJ co-eternal; equally eternal; existing with another eternally;

[COAEVUS, COAEVA, COAEVUM] : ADJ of the same age, coeval, of equal antiquity, going back to the same date;

[COAGGERO, COAGGERARE, COAGGERAVI, COAGGERATUS] : V heap/cover over (with); heap together (l+s);

[COAGITO, COAGITARE, COAGITAVI, COAGITATUS] : V shake together;

[COAGMENTARIUS, COAGMENTARII] : N joining together; union;

[COAGMENTATIO, COAGMENTATIONIS] : N union, state/act of being joined/fitted together; connection, joint;

[COAGMENTO, COAGMENTARE, COAGMENTAVI, COAGMENTATUS] : V join/fasten together, connect; make by joining/construct; fit (words) together;

[COAGMENTUM, COAGMENTI] : N joint; (vertical between stones); overlapping side of tile; joining (letters);

[COAGULARE, COAGULARIS] : N colon; (intestine);

[COAGULATIO, COAGULATIONIS] : N coagulation; curdling; congealing;

[COAGULO, COAGULARE, COAGULAVI, COAGULATUS] : V curdle (milk); make (liquids) thick/solid, congeal, coagulate; collect together;

[COAGULUM, COAGULI] : N tie/bond, binding agent; rennet; curds; thickening/congealing; plant (~ terrae);

[COALESCO, COALESCERE, COALUI, COALITUS] : V join/grow together; coalesce; close (wound); become unified/strong/established;

[COALITUS, COALITUS] : N communion; fellowship;

[COALO, COALERE, COALUI, COALTUS] : V sustain/nourish together;

[COALO, COALERE, COALUI, COALITUS] : V sustain/nourish together;

[COAMBULO, COAMBULARE, COAMBULAVI, COAMBULATUS] : V walk/go/travel with/together;

[COANGUSTO, COANGUSTARE, COANGUSTAVI, COANGUSTATUS] : V confine to narrow space, cramp; make narrower; narrow/limit scope/application;

[COANGUSTO] : to confine.

[COAPTATIO, COAPTATIONIS] : N accurate joining together;

[COAPTO, COAPTARE, COAPTAVI, COAPTATUS] : V fit/join/adjust together; make by joining;

[COARCTATIO, COARCTATIONIS] : N tightening; fitting closely together; crowding/drawing together;

[COARCTO, COARCTARE, COARCTAVI, COARCTATUS] : V narrow; hem in, pack/crowd/bring/fit close together, restrict; shorten/abridge;

[COARESCO, COARESCERE, COARUI] : V dry up/wither together; become/run dry together;

[COARGUO, COARGUERE, COARGUI] : V refute; show, demonstrate; overwhelm w/proof; silence; convict; prove guilty;

[COARGUTIO, COARGUTIONIS] : N conviction; refutation;

[COARMIUS, COARMI(I)] : N comrade-in-arms;

[COARMO, COARMARE, COARMAVI, COARMATUS] : V arm/equip together;

[COARTATIO, COARTATIONIS] : N tightening; fitting closely together; crowding/drawing together;

[COARTICULO, COARTICULARE, COARTICULAVI, COARTICULATUS] : V cause to speak/articulate;

[COARTO, COARTARE, COARTAVI, COARTATUS] : V narrow; hem in, pack/crowd/bring/fit close together, restrict; shorten/abridge;

[COARTO] : to confine.

[COASSAMENTUM, COASSAMENTI] : N framework of planks;

[COASSATIO, COASSATIONIS] : N floor-boards, floor-planking; floor of planks/boards (l+s); joining of boards;

[COASSO, COASSARE, COASSAVI, COASSATUS] : V fit with floor planking; join boards/planks together (l+s);

[COASSUMO, COASSUMERE, COASSUMPSI, COASSUMPTUS] : V assume together;

[COAUCTIO, COAUCTIONIS] : N joint increase;

[COAUDIO, COAUDIRE, COAUDIVI, COAUDITUS] : V confine to narrow space, cramp; make narrower; narrow/limit scope/application;

[COAUDITO, COAUDITARE, COAUDITAVI, COAUDITATUS] : V confine to narrow space, cramp; make narrower; narrow the scope/application;

[COAXATIO, COAXATIONIS] : N floor-boards, floor-planking; floor of planks/boards (l+s); joining of boards;

[COAXO, COAXARE, COAXAVI, COAXATUS] : V fit with floor planking; join boards/planks together (l+s);

[COAXO, COAXARE, COAXAVI, COAXATUS] : V croak; (of frogs);

[COBIO, COBIONIS] : N small fish; (of the gudgeon kind); (used for bait); (gobio);

[COBIOS, COBII] : N plant, (a spurge); tithymalus (wolf's-milk) (l+s); dendroides, leptophyllon;

[COBIUS, COBII] : N small fish; (of the gudgeon kind); (used for bait); (gobio);

[COCCINATUS, COCCINATA, COCCINATUM] : ADJ dressed/clothed in scarlet;

[COCCINEUS, COCCINEA, COCCINEUM] : ADJ dyed scarlet, scarlet-dyed; scarlet, of scarlet color;

[COCCINUM, COCCINI] : N scarlet-dyed/scarlet clothes/garments/coverings (pl.);

[COCCINUM, COCCINI] : N berry (w/cnidium) of spurge-flax/nettle (daphne gnidium); berry of scarlet oak;

[COCCINUM, COCCINI] : N insect (coccus ilicis) used for dye; scarlet dye/color; scarlet cloth/wool;

[COCCINUS, COCCINA, COCCINUM] : ADJ dyed scarlet, scarlet-dyed; scarlet, of scarlet color;

[COCCIO, COCCIONIS] : N dealer; broker;

[COCCUM, COCCI] : N insect (coccus ilicis) used for dye; scarlet dye/color; scarlet cloth/wool;

[COCCUM, COCCI] : N berry (w/cnidium) of spurge-flax/nettle (daphne gnidium); berry of scarlet oak;

[COCCUS, COCCI] : N insect (coccus ilicis) used for dye; scarlet dye/color; scarlet cloth/wool;

[COCCYGIA, COCCYGIAE] : N wig-tree (rhus cotinus); kind of sumac used in coloring (l+s);

[COCCYMELUM, COCCYMELI] : N plum;

[COCCYX, COCCYGIS] : N cuckoo;

[COCETUM, COCETI] : N kind of food prepared from honey and poppies;

[COCHLEA, COCHLEAE] : N snail; (form of) a snail shell; spiral; screw (press/water); winding entrance;

[COCHLEAR, COCHLEARIS] : N spoon; (originally for extracting snails); spoonful;

[COCHLEARE, COCHLEARIS] : N spoon; (originally for extracting snails); spoonful;

[COCHLEARIUM, COCHLEARI(I)] : N spoon; (originally for extracting snails); spoonful;

[COCHLEARIUM, COCHLEARI(I)] : N snailery, snail pen, enclosure for edible snails;

[COCHLEATIM] : ADV spirally; like a snail shell;

[COCHLEATUS, COCHLEATA, COCHLEATUM] : ADJ spiral/screw formed;

[COCHLEOLA, COCHLEOLAE] : N small snail;

[COCHLIA, COCHLIAE] : N snail; (form of) a snail shell; spiral; screw (press/water); winding entrance;

[COCHLIS, COCHLIDIS] : N spiral shell, conch; snail-shaped precious stone found in arabia;

[COCHLOS, COCHLI] : N kind of marine gastropod; (with spiral shell);

[COCIBILIS, COCIBILIS, COCIBILE] : ADJ easy to cook; easily cooked (l+s);

[COCILENDRUM, COCILENDRI] : N imaginary magic condiment;

[COCINA, COCINAE] : N cooking; art of cookery; kitchen (l+s);

[COCINARIS, COCINARIS, COCINARE] : ADJ belonging in a kitchen; used in cooking; (w/culter => kitchen knife);

[COCINARIUS, COCINARIA, COCINARIUM] : ADJ belonging in a kitchen; used in cooking; pertaining to kitchen, cullinary (l+s);

[COCINARIUS, COCINARIA, COCINARIUM] : ADJ belonging in a kitchen; used in cooking;

[COCINATORIUM, COCINATORI(I)] : N kitchen, place for cooking;

[COCINATORIUS, COCINATORIA, COCINATORIUM] : ADJ culinary, used in cooking; pertaining to the kitchen (l+s);

[COCINO, COCINARE, COCINAVI, COCINATUS] : V cook, prepare food;

[COCINUS, COCINA, COCINUM] : ADJ of/pertaining to cooks/cooking; (forum ~ => market where cooks were hired);

[COCIO, COCIONIS] : N dealer; broker;

[COCIONATURA, COCIONATURAE] : N bakery;

[COCIONOR, COCIONARI, -, COCIONATUS SUM] : V trade, traffic (in a petty way); be a dealer/broker;

[COCITATIO, COCITATIONIS] : N long and thorough process of cooking; continuous cooking (l+s);

[COCITATORIUS, COCITATORIA, COCITATORIUM] : ADJ culinary; used in cooking;

[COCITO, COCITARE, COCITAVI, COCITATUS] : V cook; boil, fry, bake; burn, parch (sun); stir up; ripen, mature (plot); digest;

[COCLACA, COCLACAE] : N round river stones resembling snails;

[COCLEA, COCLEAE] : N snail; (form of) a snail shell; spiral; screw (press/water); winding entrance;

[COCLEAR, COCLEARIS] : N spoon; (originally for extracting snails); spoonful;

[COCLEARE, COCLEARIS] : N spoon; (originally for extracting snails); spoonful;

[COCLEARIUM, COCLEARI(I)] : N snailery, snail pen, enclosure for edible snails;

[COCLEARIUM, COCLEARI(I)] : N spoon; (originally for extracting snails); spoonful;

[COCLEATIM] : ADV spirally;

[COCLEATUS, COCLEATA, COCLEATUM] : ADJ spiral/screw formed;

[COCLEOLA, COCLEOLAE] : N small snail;

[COCLES, COCLITIS] : N one-eyed person; of horatius who kept the etruscans from the subician bridge;

[COCLIA, COCLIAE] : N snail; (form of) a snail shell; spiral; screw (press/water); winding entrance;

[COCO, COCERE, COXI, COCTUS] : V cook; boil, fry, bake; burn, parch (sun); stir up; ripen, mature (plot); digest;

[COCO] : INTERJ crow of the cock; cock-a-doodle-doo; hen-clucking (L+S);

[COCODRILLUS, COCODRILLI] : N crocodile; land reptile, nile monitor;

[COCODRILUS, COCODRILI] : N crocodile; land reptile, nile monitor;

[COCOLOBIS, COCOLOBIS] : N spanish name for a type of grape;

[COCOLUBIS, COCOLUBIS] : N spanish name for a type of grape;

[COCOS, COCI] : N cook;

[COCTA, COCTAE] : N boiled water; (water boiled then iced);

[COCTANUM, COCTANI] : N kind of small fig; (grown in syria);

[COCTILICIUS, COCTILICIA, COCTILICIUM] : ADJ of/pertaining to dried wood; (~ taberna => place where dried wood was sold);

[COCTILIS, COCTILIS, COCTILE] : ADJ baked/burned (of bricks); made/built of/of baked/burned bricks;

[COCTILUM, COCTILI] : N very dried wood (pl.); (that burns without smoke);

[COCTIO, COCTIONIS] : N dealer; broker;

[COCTIO, COCTIONIS] : N cooking; digestion (of food); burning (l+s);

[COCTIVUS, COCTIVA, COCTIVUM] : ADJ suitable for cooking, cooking- (of food); that easily cooks/ripens early (l+s);

[COCTONUM, COCTONI] : N kind of small fig; (grown in syria);

[COCTOR, COCTORIS] : N cook;

[COCTUM, COCTI] : N cooked food; smelted ore;

[COCTURA, COCTURAE] : N (method of) cooking (food); heating/roasting/smelting (ore); thing heated/boiled

[COCTURARIUS, COCTURARII] : N cook;

[COCTUS, COCTA -UM, COCTIOR -OR -US, COCTISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ cooked; roasted, burnt; smelted; baked (bricks); ripened, ripe; softened, mild;

[COCULA, COCULAE] : N cook (female);

[COCULEATUS, COCULEATA, COCULEATUM] : ADJ spiral;

[COCULUM, COCULI] : N cooking vessel/pot/pan; (bronze);

[COCUS, COCI] : N cook;

[CODA, CODAE] : N tail (animal); extreme part/tail of anything; penis (horace);

[CODEX, CODICIS] : N trunk of tree; piece/block of wood; blockhead; (bound) book; note/account book;

[CODICARIUS, CODICARII] : N bargeman, lighterman; (esp. those who brought grain from ostia to rome (l+s));

[CODICARIUS, CODICARIA, CODICARIUM] : ADJ kind of barge/lighter (w/navis);

[CODICELLUS, CODICELLI] : N small log; writing tablets (pl.); petition to the emperor/patent; will/codicil;

[CODICILLARIS, CODICILLARIS, CODICILLARE] : ADJ named/appointed by written order of the emperor/in the emperor's handwriting;

[CODICILLARIUS, CODICILLARIA, CODICILLARIUM] : ADJ named/appointed by written order of the emperor/in the emperor's handwriting;

[CODICILLUS, CODICILLI] : N small log; writing tablets (pl.); petition to the emperor/patent; will/codicil;

[CODICULA, CODICULAE] : N little tail;

[COEC, COECOS/IS] : N kind of date; (doum palm, hyphaene thebaica liddle and scott);

[COECAS, COECOS/IS] : N kind of date; (doum palm, hyphaene thebaica liddle and scott);

[COEL, UNDECLINED] : N sky, heaven; universe, world; space; air, weather; jehovah; (shortened form);

[COELECTUS, COELECTA, COELECTUM] : ADJ elected together;

[COELEMENTATUS, COELEMENTATA, COELEMENTATUM] : ADJ composed of the elements;

[COELES, (GEN.), COELITIS] : ADJ heavenly; celestial; (not found classical in nom s);

[COELES, COELITIS] : N the gods (usu. pl.); divinity, dweller in heaven;

[COELESTE, COELESTIS] : N supernatural/heavenly matters (pl.); the heavenly bodies; astronomy;

[COELESTIS, COELESTE, COELESTIOR -OR -US, COELESTISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ heavenly, of the heavens/sky, from heaven/sky; celestial; divine; of the gods;

[COELESTIS, COELESTIS] : N divinity, god/goddess; god-like person; the gods (pl.); the heavenly bodies;

[COELESTIS, COELESTIS, COELESTE] : ADJ heavenly, of the heavens/sky, from heaven/sky; celestial; divine; of the gods;

[COELIACA, COELIACAE] : N remedy/medicine for bowel/stomach/abdomen pains/disease;

[COELIACUS, COELIACA, COELIACUM] : ADJ in the bowels/stomach (pain); having disease of bowels; for the bowels (remedy);

[COELIACUS, COELIACI] : N person having disease/pain/suffering in the bowels; (or stomach/abdomen l+s);

[COELIBATUS, COELIBATUS] : N state of not being married; single life; celibacy;

[COELICOLA, COELICOLAE] : N heaven dweller; deity, god/goddess; worshiper of the heavens (l+s);

[COELIFER, COELIFERA, COELIFERUM] : ADJ supporting the sky/heavens;

[COELIFLUUS, COELIFLUA, COELIFLUUM] : ADJ flowing from heaven;

[COELIGENUS, COELIGENA, COELIGENUM] : ADJ of heavenly birth/origin, heaven born;

[COELIGERUS, COELIGERA, COELIGERUM] : ADJ heaven supporting;

[COELIOTICUS, COELIOTICA, COELIOTICUM] : ADJ cleansing of the bowels/stomach; (purgative?);

[COELIPOTENS, (GEN.), COELIPOTENTIS] : ADJ powerful in heaven;

[COELITUS] : ADV from heaven; heavenly; from the emperor (l+s); divine;

[COELUM, COELI] : N sky, heaven, heavens; space; air, climate, weather; universe, world; jehovah;

[COELUS, COELI] : N sky, heaven, heavens; space; air, climate, weather; universe, world; jehovah;

[COEMENDATUS, COEMENDATA, COEMENDATUM] : ADJ amended at the same time;

[COEMESIS, COEMESISIS] : N somniferous song;

[COEMO, COEMERE, COEMI, COEMPTUS] : V buy; buy up;

[COEMPTIO, COEMPTIONIS] : N fictitious marriage to free heiress; mock sale of estate to free it of burdens;

[COEMPTIONALIS, COEMPTIONALIS, COEMPTIONALE] : ADJ of a mock/sham sale/marriage; (~ senex => one used in such); poor, worthless;

[COEMPTIONATOR, COEMPTIONATORIS] : N man acting as fictitious purchaser in the coemptio (sham marriage/sale);

[COEMPTOR, COEMPTORIS] : N one who buys up; (one who bribes); one who purchases many things (l+s);

[COENACULARIUS, COENACULARIA, COENACULARIUM] : ADJ of/pertaining to a garret/attic;

[COENACULUM, COENACULI] : N attic, garret (often let as lodging); upstairs dining room; top/upper story;

[COENATICUS, COENATICA, COENATICUM] : ADJ of/pertaining to (a) dinner;

[COENATIO, COENATIONIS] : N dining-room; dining hall;

[COENATIUNCULA, COENATIUNCULAE] : N small dining-room;

[COENATOR, COENATORIS] : N diner; dinner guest;

[COENATORIUS, COENATORIA, COENATORIUM] : ADJ of/used for dining; pertaining to dinner or the table;

[COENATURIO, COENATURIRE,] : V desire to dine; have an appetite for dinner;

[COENCENATIO, COENCENATIONIS] : N dinner party; (cicero from greek); supping together, table companionship (l+s);

[COENITO, COENITARE, COENITAVI, COENITATUS] : V dine/eat habitually (in a particular place/manner); have dinner, dine (often);

[COENO, COENARE, COENAVI, COENATUS] : V dine, eat dinner/supper; have dinner with; dine on, make a meal of;

[COENOBIARCHA, COENOBIARCHAE] : N abbot;

[COENOBITA, COENOBITAE] : N monk; cloister-brother;

[COENOBITICUS, COENOBITICA, COENOBITICUM] : ADJ monastic; of monastic life/works/ritual/property;

[COENOBIUM, COENOBII] : N monastery; convent; cloister;

[COENOMYIA, COENOMYIAE] : N common fly;

[COENON, COENI] : N kind of eye-salve;

[COENOSITAS, COENOSITATIS] : N dirty/foul/muddy place;

[COENOSUS, COENOSA -UM, COENOSIOR -OR -US, COENOSISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ muddy; filthy, foul; slimy, marshy; impure;

[COENULA, COENULAE] : N little dinner/supper;

[COENULENTUS, COENULENTA -UM, COENULENTIOR -OR -US, COENULENTISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ covered in mud/filth; muddy, filthy, slimy;

[COENUM, COENI] : N mud, mire, filth, slime, dirt, uncleanness; (of persons) scum/filth;

[COEO, COIRE, COIVI(II), COITUS] : V fit together; have sexual intercourse; collect/gather (fluid); mend/knit (wound)

[COEO, COIRE, COIVI(II), COITUS] : V enter an agreement; unite; assemble; conspire; come/go together; meet; rally;

[COEPI] : began, started, undertook, initiated (pres. incipio ).

[COEPIO, COEPERE, COEPI, COEPTUS] : V begin, commence, initiate; set foot on; (usu. perf, pass w/pass inf; pres early)

[COEPIO, COEPERE,] : V begin, commence, initiate; (rare early form, usu. shows only perfdef);

[COEPIO] : to begin, undertake.

[COEPISCOPATUS, COEPISCOPATUS] : N co-episcopate/bishopric/see;

[COEPISCOPUS, COEPISCOPI] : N associate bishop;

[COEPTO, COEPTARE, COEPTAVI, COEPTATUS] : V begin/commence w/inf); set to work, undertake/attempt/try; venture/begin (w/acc)

[COEPTO] : to begin, undertake,.

[COEPTO] : to begin, undertake,

[COEPTUM, COEPTI] : N undertaking (usu.pl.), enterprise, scheme; work begun/started/taken in hand;

[COEPTUM] : undertaking.

[COEPTUS, COEPTA, COEPTUM] : ADJ begun, started, commenced; undertaken;

[COEPTUS, COEPTUS] : N beginning, undertaking;

[COEPULONUS, COEPULONI] : N table-companion; (mock-tragic for parasitus); fellow banqueter/companion (l+s);

[COEPULOR, COEPULARI, -, COEPULATUS SUM] : V feast/dine together;

[COERCEO, COERCERE, COERCUI, COERCITUS] : V enclose, confine; restrain, check, curb, repress; limit; preserve; punish;

[COERCEO] : surround, enclose, restrain, confine/ regulate.

[COERCEO] : surround, enclose, restrain, confine.

[COERCIO, COERCIONIS] : N coercion, restraint, repression; (affliction of summary/right to) punishment;

[COERCITIO, COERCITIONIS] : N coercion, restraint, repression; (affliction of summary/right to) punishment;

[COERCITOR, COERCITORIS] : N enforcer; one who restrains;

[COERCTIO, COERCTIONIS] : N coercion, restraint, repression; (affliction of summary/right to) punishment;

[COERRO, COERRARE, COERRAVI, COERRATUS] : V go/wander around together;

[COERTIO, COERTIONIS] : N coercion, restraint, repression; (affliction of summary/right to) punishment;

[COETUS, COETUS] : N social intercourse (w/hominium), society, company; sexual intercourse;

[COETUS, COETUS] : N meeting, encounter, (political or illegal) assembly; union; band, gang, crowd;

[COEXERCITATUS, COEXERCITATA, COEXERCITATUM] : ADJ that is practiced together/at the same time;

[COF, UNDECLINED] : N qof; (19th letter of hebrew alphabet); (transliterate as k);

[COFANUS, COFANI] : N pelican;

[COFINUS, COFINI] : N basket, hamper;

[COGITABILIS, COGITABILIS, COGITABILE] : ADJ conceivable, thinkable, imaginable, cogitable;

[COGITABUNDUS, COGITABUNDA, COGITABUNDUM] : ADJ wrapped in thought; thoughtful, thinking;

[COGITAMEN, COGITAMINIS] : N thinking;

[COGITAMENTUM, COGITAMENTI] : N thought;

[COGITATE] : ADV carefully, with thought/reflection;

[COGITATIM] : ADV carefully, with thought/reflection;

[COGITATIO, COGITATIONIS] : N thinking, meditation, reflection; thought; intention; plan; opinion, reasoning;

[COGITATIO] : thorough consideration.

[COGITATIONIS POENAM NEMO PATITUR. ] : PHRASE nobody should be punished for his thoughts.

[COGITATORIUM, COGITATORII] : N receptacle of thought;

[COGITATUM, COGITATI] : N result of deliberations, thoughts/ideas/reflections; intentions/plans; (pl. l+s)

[COGITATUS, COGITATA, COGITATUM] : ADJ deliberate;

[COGITATUS, COGITATUS] : N act of thinking; thought (l+s);

[COGITATUS] : thought.

[COGITO, COGITARE, COGITAVI, COGITATUS] : V think; consider, reflect on, ponder; imagine, picture; intend, look forward to;

[COGITO, ERGO SUM. ] : PHRASE i think, therefore i am.

[COGITO] : to think, ruminate, ponder, consider, plan.

[COGNATA, COGNATAE] : N relation by birth (female), kinswoman;

[COGNATIO, COGNATIONIS] : N blood relation/relationship; kinsmen/relatives, family; consanguinity; affinity;

[COGNATIO] : kindred.

[COGNATUS, COGNATA, COGNATUM] : ADJ related, related by birth/position, kindred; similar/akin; having affinity with;

[COGNATUS, COGNATI] : N relation (male), kinsman; (~i regis => contingent of persian king's bodyguard);

[COGNATUS] : (adj.) related by blood (noun) a relative, kinsman.

[COGNITIO, COGNITIONIS] : N getting to know (fact/subject/person); acquaintance; idea/notion; knowledge;

[COGNITIO, COGNITIONIS] : N examination, inquiry/investigation (judicial); acquiring knowledge; recognition;

[COGNITIONALIS, COGNITIONALIS, COGNITIONALE] : ADJ of/pertaining to judicial inquiry/investigation;

[COGNITIONALITER] : ADV by judicial inquiry/investigation;

[COGNITOR, COGNITORIS] : N guarantor of identity; he who knows/is acquainted with (person/thing); attorney;

[COGNITORIUS, COGNITORIA, COGNITORIUM] : ADJ of/concerning an attorney/advocate;

[COGNITURA, COGNITURAE] : N duty of an attorney; office of state attorney/fiscal agent (debts) (l+s);

[COGNITUS, COGNITA, COGNITUM] : ADJ known (from experience/carnally)), tried/proved; noted, acknowledged/recognized;

[COGNITUS, COGNITUS] : N act of getting to know/becoming acquainted with;

[COGNOBILIS, COGNOBILE, COGNOBILIOR -OR -US, COGNOBILISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ understandable, intelligible;

[COGNOMEN, COGNOMINIS] : N surname, family/3rd name; name (additional/derived from a characteristic);

[COGNOMEN] : surname, family name, nick-name.

[COGNOMENTUM, COGNOMENTI] : N surname, family/3rd/allusive name; sobriquet; name; cult name of a god;

[COGNOMINATIO, COGNOMINATIONIS] : N surname, family/3rd name; name (additional/derived from a characteristic);

[COGNOMINATUS, COGNOMINATA, COGNOMINATUM] : ADJ derived from (other words) (of words); given (a name); named; called;

[COGNOMINIS, COGNOMINIS, COGNOMINE] : ADJ having the same name; synonymous; like-named;

[COGNOMINO, COGNOMINARE, COGNOMINAVI, COGNOMINATUS] : V give a surname/epithet/sobriquet to a person; name, give a specific name, call;

[COGNOSCENS, (GEN.), COGNOSCENTIS] : ADJ acquainted with; aware of;

[COGNOSCENS, COGNOSCENTIS] : N judge; inquisitor; one taking part/conducting a judicial investigation;

[COGNOSCENTER] : ADV with knowledge; distinctly;

[COGNOSCIBILIS, COGNOSCIBILIS, COGNOSCIBILE] : ADJ recognizable; discernible;

[COGNOSCIBILITER] : ADV recognizably; discernibly;

[COGNOSCITIVUS, COGNOSCITIVA, COGNOSCITIVUM] : ADJ knowing, having the power of knowing, intellectually aware

[COGNOSCO, COGNOSCERE, COGNOVI, COGNITUS] : V become acquainted with/aware of; recognize; learn, find to be; inquire/examine;

[COGNOSCO] : to examine, inquire, learn.

[COGO, COGERE, COEGI, COACTUS] : V collect/gather, round up, restrict/confine; force/compel; convene; congeal; felt

[COGO] : coegi ; coactum ; to compel, restrict, confine / force, compel

[COGO] : coegi, coactum ; to bring together, drive, draw.

[COGO] : to compel, restrict, confine.

[COGO] : to to force, compel, compress.

[COGULO, COGULARE, COGULAVI, COGULATUS] : V curdle (milk); make (liquids) thick/solid, congeal, coagulate; collect together;

[COHABITATIO, COHABITATIONIS] : N cohabitation, living/dwelling together;

[COHABITATOR, COHABITATORIS] : N he who lives/dwells with another;

[COHABITO, COHABITARE, COHABITAVI, COHABITATUS] : V dwell/live together;

[COHAERENS, (GEN.), COHAERENTIS] : ADJ touching, adjacent; holding together, coherent (literary work); being in accord;

[COHAERENTE, COHAERENTIS] : N things (pl.) touching/adjacent; coherent/systematic/connected whole/argument;

[COHAERENTER, COHAERENTIUS, COHAERENTISSIME] : ADV systematically; consistently, compatibly; continuously, uninterruptedly;

[COHAERENTIA, COHAERENTIAE] : N sticking/combining together; organic structure; fact of being contiguous (time);

[COHAEREO, COHAERERE, COHAESI, COHAESUS] : V stick/cling/hold/grow together, adhere; embrace; touch, adjoin, be in contact;

[COHAEREO, COHAERERE, COHAESI, COHAESUS] : V be consistent/coherent; be connected/bound/joined/tied together; be in harmony;

[COHAEREO] : cohero ; cohesi ; cohesum ; to adhere, stick together.

[COHAEREO] : to cling to, correspond to

[COHAEREO] : to cling to, correspond to.

[COHAERES, COHAEREDIS] : N co-heir; joint heir;

[COHAERESCO, COHAERESCERE,] : V cohere; stick, adhere; grow together, unite;

[COHAERO COHERO COHESI COHESUM] : to adhere, stick together

[COHAERO] : to cleave to.

[COHAESUS, COHAESA, COHAESUM] : ADJ pressed together;

[COHERCEO, COHERCERE, COHERCUI, COHERCITUS] : V enclose, confine; restrain, check, curb, repress; limit; preserve; punish;

[COHERCITIO, COHERCITIONIS] : N coercion, restraint, repression; (affliction of summary/right to) punishment;

[COHEREO, COHERERE, COHESI, COHESUS] : V be consistent/coherent; be connected/bound/joined/tied together; be in harmony;

[COHEREO, COHERERE, COHESI, COHESUS] : V stick/cling/hold/grow together, adhere; embrace; touch, adjoin, be in contact;

[COHERES, COHEREDIS] : N co-heir; joint heir;

[COHERESCO, COHERESCERE,] : V cohere; stick, adhere; grow together, unite;

[COHIBEO, COHIBERE, COHIBUI, COHIBITUS] : V hold together, contain; hold back, restrain, curb, hinder; confine; repress;

[COHIBEO] : confine, restrain, hold back, repress.

[COHIBILIS, COHIBILIS, COHIBILE] : ADJ concise; terse; abridged, short (l+s);

[COHIBILITER, COHIBILIUS, COHIBILISSIME] : ADV concisely; tersely;

[COHIBITIO, COHIBITIONIS] : N restriction; compression; restraining, governing (l+s);

[COHIBITUS, COHIBITA, COHIBITUM] : ADJ restrained; confined, limited (l+s); moderate;

[COHONESTO, COHONESTARE, COHONESTAVI, COHONESTATUS] : V honor, grace; do honor/pay respect to; make respectable; prevent baldness (l+s);

[COHORRESCO, COHORRESCERE, COHORRUI] : V shudder; shiver/shake (from emotion/fear/cold/illness);

[COHORS, COHORTIS] : N court; enclosure/yard/pen, farmyard; attendants, retinue, staff; circle; crowd;

[COHORS, COHORTIS] : N cohort, tenth part of legion (360 men); armed force; band; ship crew; bodyguard

[COHORS] : a yard, enclosure / troop, 1/ 10 of a legion.

[COHORS] : a yard, enclosure/ troop, 1/ 10 of a legion.

[COHORTALINUS, COHORTALINA, COHORTALINUM] : ADJ of/pertaining to an imperial/praetorian bodyguard (cohort);

[COHORTALIS, COHORTALIS, COHORTALE] : ADJ of/connected with a military/praetorian cohort/company/guard;

[COHORTALIS, COHORTALIS, COHORTALE] : ADJ pertaining to a farm/cattle yard, farmyard-; of/concerned with poultry keeping;

[COHORTATIO, COHORTATIONIS] : N encouragement, exhortation, inciting;

[COHORTATIUNCULA, COHORTATIUNCULAE] : N short exhortation;

[COHORTICULA, COHORTICULAE] : N little/small cohort; (used with contempt);

[COHORTO, COHORTARE, COHORTAVI, COHORTATUS] : V encourage, exhort;

[COHORTOR, COHORTARI, -, COHORTATUS SUM] : V encourage, cheer up; exhort, rouse, incite; admonish;

[COHORTOR] : to encourage, incite, exhort.

[COHOSPES, COHOSPITIS] : N fellow-guest;

[COHOSPITANS, COHOSPITANTIS] : N fellow-guest;

[COHUM, COHI] : N hole in middle of yoke in which pole fits; thong used to attach pole to yoke;

[COHUM, COHI] : N vault/shapelessness/emptiness (of the sky/heavens);

[COHUMIDO, COHUMIDARE, COHUMIDAVI, COHUMIDATUS] : V wet all over; moisten;

[COHURNUS, COHURNI] : N high boot/buskin (worn by greek tragic actors to increase their height);

[COHURNUS, COHURNI] : N elevated/tragic/solemn style; tragic poetry; the tragic stage;

[COICIO, COICERE, COJECI, COJECTUS] : V throw/cast/fling (into area); devote/pour (money); thrust, involve; insert;

[COICIO, COICERE, COJECI, COJECTUS] : V throw/put/pile together; conclude, infer, guess; assign, make go; classify, put;

[COILLUM, COILLI] : N innermost part of the house where the lares were worshiped;

[COIMBIBO, COIMBIBERE, COIMBIBI] : V drink/imbibe together/along with/at the same time;

[COINQUINATIO, COINQUINATIONIS] : N polluting, defiling; pollution;

[COINQUINATUS, COINQUINATA, COINQUINATUM] : ADJ polluted, contaminated, tainted;

[COINQUINO, COINQUINARE, COINQUINAVI, COINQUINATUS] : V befoul/pollute/defile wholly (immorality); contaminate/taint/infect (w/disease);

[COINQUIO, COINQUIRE,] : V cut back, prune; cut off, cut down (l+s);

[COINQUO, COINQUERE,] : V cut back, prune; cut off, cut down (l+s);

[COITIO, COITIONIS] : N meeting, encounter; assemblage; conspiracy, plot, coalition; partnership;

[COITIO, COITIONIS] : N combination; physical/chemical union of elements; (late) sexual intercourse;

[COITUS, COITUS] : N meeting/encounter, gathering; conjunction (planets); meeting place; coalescence;

[COITUS, COITUS] : N union, sexual intercourse; fertilization; gathering/collection (fluid/pus);

[COITUS] : company.

[COIX, COICIS] : N kind of ethiopian palm;

[COJECTO, COJECTARE, COJECTAVI, COJECTATUS] : V throw together; assemble; throw (person in prison); interpret (portent);

[COJECTO, COJECTARE, COJECTAVI, COJECTATUS] : V conjecture, think, imagine, infer, guess, conclude; judge, draw a conclusion;

[COJECTURA, COJECTURAE] : N conjecture/guess/inference/reasoning/interpretation/comparison; prophecy/forecas

[COJUX, COJUGIS] : N spouse/mate/consort; husband (m); wife (f)/bride/fiancee/concubine; yokemate;

[COLAFUS, COLAFI] : N blow with the fist; buffet, cuff; box on the ear (l+s);

[COLAPHIZO, COLAPHIZARE, COLAPHIZAVI, COLAPHIZATUS] : V box one's ears; cuff;

[COLAPHUS, COLAPHI] : N blow with the fist; buffet, cuff; box on the ear (l+s);

[COLATURA, COLATURAE] : N flirtation; that which has been strained;

[COLATUS, COLATA, COLATUM] : ADJ cleansed, cleaned, purified;

[COLEATUS, COLEATA, COLEATUM] : ADJ provided with/having/pertaining to testicles;

[COLEGIUM, COLEGI(I)] : N college/board (priests); corporation; brotherhood/fraternity/guild/colleagueship

[COLENS, (GEN.), COLENTIS] : ADJ honoring, treating respectfully;

[COLENS, COLENTIS] : N reverer, worshiper;

[COLEPHIUM, COLEPHII] : N unidentified preparation of meat; choice/nourishing meat for athletes (l+s);

[COLEPIUM, COLEPII] : N knuckle of beef/pork;

[COLEPIUM, COLEPII] : N unidentified preparation of meat; choice/nourishing meat for athletes (l+s);

[COLES, COLIS] : N stalk/stem; stem of a cabbage/lettuce/etc; cabbage/lettuce; quill; penis;

[COLESCO, COLESCERE, COLUI, COLITUS] : V join/grow together; coalesce; close (wound); become unified/strong/established;

[COLEUS, COLEI] : N testicles (usu.pl.) or scrotum; (rude);

[COLEUS, COLEI] : N leather sack (wine/liquid); liquid measure (20 amphorae/120 gallons);

[COLIAS, COLIAE] : N coly-mackerel (scomber colias); kind of tuna (l+s);

[COLICES, COLICAE] : N remedy for the colic;

[COLICON, COLICI] : N remedy for the colic;

[COLICULUS, COLICULI] : N stalk/stem (small); small cabbage, cabbage sprout; pillar like a stalk/shoot;

[COLICUS, COLICA, COLICUM] : ADJ of/pertaining to the colic;

[COLIGO, COLIGARE, COLIGAVI, COLIGATUS] : V bind/tie/pack together/up, connect, unite, unify; fetter, bind, put in bonds;

[COLIMBUS, COLIMBI] : N swimming pool;

[COLINA, COLINAE] : N kitchen; portable kitchen; food/fare/board; cooking; place for burnt offerings;

[COLIPHIUM, COLIPHII] : N unidentified preparation of meat; choice/nourishing meat for athletes (l+s);

[COLIS, COLIS] : N stalk/stem; stem of a cabbage/lettuce/etc; cabbage/lettuce; quill; penis;

[COLISATUM, COLISATI] : N kind of vehicle;

[COLLABASCO, COLLABASCERE,] : V waver/totter/become unsteady at the same time; waver/totter with;

[COLLABEFACTO, COLLABEFACTARE, COLLABEFACTAVI, COLLABEFACTATUS] : V cause to topple over; make to reel/totter (l+s); overpower/subdue; melt (metal);

[COLLABEFIO, COLLABEFIERI, -, COLLABEFACTUS SUM] : V collapse/break up; sink together; be overthrown politically/brought to ruin;

[COLLABELLO, COLLABELLARE, COLLABELLAVI, COLLABELLATUS] : V make/form by putting the lips together;

[COLLABOR, COLLABI, -, COLLAPSUS SUM] : V collapse, fall down/in ruin; fall in swoon/exhaustion/death; slip/slink (meet);

[COLLABOR, COLLABI, -, COLLABSUS SUM] : V collapse, fall down/in ruin; fall in swoon/exhaustion/death; slip/slink (meet);

[COLLABORO, COLLABORARE, COLLABORAVI, COLLABORATUS] : V labor/work with/together;

[COLLACERATUS, COLLACERATA, COLLACERATUM] : ADJ torn to pieces; lacerated;

[COLLACERO, COLLACERARE, COLLACERAVI, COLLACERATUS] : V lacerate severely; tear to pieces (l+s);

[COLLACRIMATIO, COLLACRIMATIONIS] : N accompanying tears; weeping/lamenting (together/greatly);

[COLLACRIMO, COLLACRIMARE, COLLACRIMAVI, COLLACRIMATUS] : V weep together, weep in the company of someone; weep over/for (w/acc); bewail;

[COLLACRUMO, COLLACRUMARE, COLLACRUMAVI, COLLACRUMATUS] : V weep together, weep in the company of someone; weep over/for (w/acc); bewail;

[COLLACTANEA, COLLACTANEAE] : N foster-sister; one nourished at the same breast;

[COLLACTANEUS, COLLACTANEI] : N foster-brother; one nourished at the same breast;

[COLLACTEA, COLLACTEAE] : N foster-sister; one nourished at the same breast;

[COLLACTEUS, COLLACTEI] : N foster-brother; one nourished at the same breast;

[COLLACTIA, COLLACTIAE] : N foster-sister; one nourished at the same breast;

[COLLACTICIA, COLLACTICIAE] : N foster-sister; one nourished at the same breast;

[COLLACTICIUS, COLLACTICII] : N foster-brother; one nourished at the same breast;

[COLLACTIUS, COLLACTII] : N foster-brother; one nourished at the same breast;

[COLLAETOR, COLLAETARI, -, COLLAETATUS SUM] : V rejoice together;

[COLLAMBO, COLLAMBERE, COLLAMBI] : V lick thoroughly; lap/lick up; suck (up), absorb;

[COLLAPSIO, COLLAPSIONIS] : N precipitation, falling together;

[COLLARE, COLLARIS] : N collar, neckband; chain for the neck (l+s);

[COLLARIS, COLLARIS, COLLARE] : ADJ of/pertaining to/belonging to the neck;

[COLLARIS, COLLARIS] : N collar, neckband; chain for the neck (l+s);

[COLLARIUM, COLLARII] : N collar, neckband; chain for the neck (l+s);

[COLLATATUS, COLLATATA, COLLATATUM] : ADJ extended; diffuse;

[COLLATERO, COLLATERARE, COLLATERAVI, COLLATERATUS] : V admit on both sides;

[COLLATICIUS, COLLATICIA, COLLATICIUM] : ADJ contributed, raised/produced by contributions; brought together (l+s); mingled;

[COLLATIO, COLLATIONIS] : N placing/putting together, combination; data collation; (payment of) tribute/tax;

[COLLATIO, COLLATIONIS] : N comparison; (grammatical secunda ~o => comparative, tertia ~o => superlative);

[COLLATITIUS, COLLATITIA, COLLATITIUM] : ADJ contributed, raised/produced by contributions; brought together (l+s); mingled;

[COLLATIVUM, COLLATIVI] : N contribution in money;

[COLLATIVUS, COLLATIVA, COLLATIVUM] : ADJ supplied/produced by contributions from many quarters; collected, combined (l+s)

[COLLATOR, COLLATORIS] : N joint contributor, subscriber; he who brings/places together (l+s); comparer;

[COLLATOR] : contributor.

[COLLATRO, COLLATRARE, COLLATRAVI, COLLATRATUS] : V bark in chorus at; bark/yelp fiercely at (l+s); inveigh against;

[COLLATUS, COLLATUS] : N joining of battle; affray, attack (l+s); contributing (to knowledge, teaching);

[COLLAUDABILIS, COLLAUDABILIS, COLLAUDABILE] : ADJ worthy of praise in every respect;

[COLLAUDATIO, COLLAUDATIONIS] : N high/warm praise; commendation; eulogy;

[COLLAUDATOR, COLLAUDATORIS] : N one who praises highly/warmly;

[COLLAUDO, COLLAUDARE, COLLAUDAVI, COLLAUDATUS] : V praise/extol highly; commend; eulogize;

[COLLAUDO] : to praise very much, approve highly.

[COLLAXO, COLLAXARE, COLLAXAVI, COLLAXATUS] : V loosen; make loose/porous (l+s);

[COLLECTA, COLLECTAE] : N contribution; collection; meeting/assemblage (l+s); collect at mass (eccl.);

[COLLECTACULUM, COLLECTACULI] : N place of assembling; receptacle, reservoir;

[COLLECTANEUS, COLLECTANEA, COLLECTANEUM] : ADJ collected, assembled/gathered together from various sources;

[COLLECTARIUS, COLLECTARII] : N money-changer; banker, cashier;

[COLLECTE] : ADV summarily; briefly;

[COLLECTICIUS, COLLECTICIA, COLLECTICIUM] : ADJ obtained/collected from various quarters; gathered hastily without selection;

[COLLECTIM] : ADV summarily; briefly;

[COLLECTIO, COLLECTIONIS] : N collection/accumulation; gathering, abscess; recapitulation, summary; inference;

[COLLECTITIUS, COLLECTITIA, COLLECTITIUM] : ADJ obtained/collected from various quarters; gathered hastily without selection;

[COLLECTIVUS, COLLECTIVA, COLLECTIVUM] : ADJ proceeding by inference; deductive; gathered together (l+s); collective (noun);

[COLLECTOR, COLLECTORIS] : N collector, one who collects; fellow student (l+s);

[COLLECTUM, COLLECTI] : N that which is collected; (food); collected sayings/writings (pl.);

[COLLECTUS, COLLECTA -UM, COLLECTIOR -OR -US, COLLECTISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ compact (of style), concise; restricted; contracted, narrow;

[COLLECTUS, COLLECTUS] : N heap/pile; accumulation (of liquid); collection;

[COLLEGA, COLLEGAE] : N colleague (in official/priestly office); associate, fellow (not official);

[COLLEGATARIUS, COLLEGATARII] : N joint legatee; person bequeathed a legacy in common with others;

[COLLEGIALIS, COLLEGIALIS, COLLEGIALE] : ADJ of a collegium (guild/fraternity/board); collegial;

[COLLEGIARIUS, COLLEGIARII] : N member of a collegium (guild/fraternity/society/corporation/board);

[COLLEGIARIUS, COLLEGIARIA, COLLEGIARIUM] : ADJ of a collegium (guild/fraternity/board); collegial;

[COLLEGIATUS, COLLEGIATI] : N member of a collegium (guild/fraternity/society/corporation/board);

[COLLEGIUM, COLLEGI(I)] : N college/board (priests); corporation; brotherhood/fraternity/guild/colleagueship

[COLLEMA, COLLEMATIS] : N that which is glued/cemented together;

[COLLEPROSUS, COLLEPROSI] : N fellow-leper;

[COLLESCO, COLLESCERE, COLLUXI] : V lighten up, become illuminated; become clear/intelligible;

[COLLETICUS, COLLETICA, COLLETICUM] : ADJ suitable for gluing/sticking together;

[COLLETIS, COLLETIS] : N plant;

[COLLEVO, COLLEVARE, COLLEVAVI, COLLEVATUS] : V make (entirely) smooth; smooth;

[COLLIBERTA, COLLIBERTAE] : N fellow freedwoman; (having the same patronus);

[COLLIBERTUS, COLLIBERTI] : N fellow freedman; (having the same patronus);

[COLLIBRO, COLLIBRARE, COLLIBRAVI, COLLIBRATUS] : V measure; measure off (l+s);

[COLLICELLUS, COLLICELLI] : N very small hill;

[COLLICIA, COLLICIAE] : N gutter/drain(pl.) between two inwardly-sloping roofs; gully; field-drain/runnel

[COLLICIARIS, COLLICIARIS, COLLICIARE] : ADJ designed for making gullies; pertaining to water-channels (l+s);

[COLLICULUS, COLLICULI] : N hillock, small hill;

[COLLIDO, COLLIDERE, COLLISI, COLLISUS] : V strike/dash together; crush, batter, deform; set into conflict with each other;

[COLLIGA, COLLIGAE] : N place/cave for gathering natron (native sesquicarbonate of soda); (from dripping

[COLLIGATE] : ADV connectedly, jointly;

[COLLIGATIO, COLLIGATIONIS] : N binding together; bond/connection; thing that binds/connects band; conjunction;

[COLLIGO, COLLIGARE, COLLIGAVI, COLLIGATUS] : V bind/tie/pack together/up, connect, unite/unify; fetter/bind; immobilize, stop;

[COLLIGO, COLLIGERE, COLLEGI, COLLECTUS] : V obtain/acquire, amass; rally; recover; sum up; deduce, infer; compute, add up;

[COLLIGO, COLLIGERE, COLLEXI, COLLECTUS] : V collect, assemble, bring/gather/hold/keep together; combine; harvest; pick up;

[COLLIGO, COLLIGERE, COLLEXI, COLLECTUS] : V obtain/acquire, amass; rally; recover; sum up; deduce, infer; compute, add up;

[COLLIGO, COLLIGERE, COLLEGI, COLLECTUS] : V collect, assemble, bring/gather/hold/keep together; combine; harvest; pick up;

[COLLIGO] : legi, lectum, to collect, gather together, assemble.

[COLLIGO] : legi, lectum, to collect, gather together, assemble

[COLLIGO] : to bind.

[COLLIMITANEUS, COLLIMITANEA, COLLIMITANEUM] : ADJ bordering upon; (w/dat);

[COLLIMITO, COLLIMITARE, COLLIMITAVI, COLLIMITATUS] : V border upon; (w/dat);

[COLLIMITOR, COLLIMITARI, -, COLLIMITATUS SUM] : V border upon; (w/dat);

[COLLIMITUM, COLLIMITI] : N boundary between two countries;

[COLLIMO, COLLIMARE, COLLIMAVI, COLLIMATUS] : V direct (the eyes) sideways; glance sidelong;

[COLLINA, COLLINAE] : N hilly land; goddess of the hills;

[COLLINEATE] : ADV in a straight/direct line; skillfully, artistically;

[COLLINEO, COLLINEARE, COLLINEAVI, COLLINEATUS] : V align, direct, aim; direct in a straight line (l+s);

[COLLINIO, COLLINIARE, COLLINIAVI, COLLINIATUS] : V align, direct, aim; direct in a straight line (l+s);

[COLLINO, COLLINERE, COLLEVI, COLLITUS] : V besmear, smear over; soil, pollute, defile;

[COLLINUS, COLLINA, COLLINUM] : ADJ of/belonging to/pertaining to hills; found/growing on hill (l+s); hilly, hill-;

[COLLIPHIUM, COLLIPHII] : N unidentified preparation of meat; choice/nourishing meat for athletes (l+s);

[COLLIQUEFACIO, COLLIQUEFACERE, COLLIQUEFECI, COLLIQUEFACTUS] : V melt, liquefy; dissolve;

[COLLIQUEFACTUS, COLLIQUEFACTA, COLLIQUEFACTUM] : ADJ made fluid, liquefied, melted; dissolved;

[COLLIQUESCO, COLLIQUESCERE, COLLIQUI] : V melt, liquefy (w/in+acc); turn into by liquefying; melt along with; dissolve;

[COLLIQUIA, COLLIQUIAE] : N gutter/drain (pl.) between two inwardly-sloping roofs; gully; field-drain/runnel

[COLLIQUIARIUM, COLLIQUIARII] : N contrivance (pl.) for reliving air-pressure in water pipes;

[COLLIS, COLLIS] : N hill, hillock, eminence, hill-top; mound; high ground; mountains (pl.) (poetic);

[COLLISIO, COLLISIONIS] : N clash, collision; dashing/striking together (l+s);

[COLLISUS, COLLISA, COLLISUM] : ADJ crushed, flattened;

[COLLISUS, COLLISUS] : N striking/clashing together; collision;

[COLLOCATIO, COLLOCATIONIS] : N placing/siting (together); position; arrangement, ordering (things); marrying;

[COLLOCO, COLLOCARE, COLLOCAVI, COLLOCATUS] : V put together, assemble; settle/establish in a place/marriage; billet; lie down;

[COLLOCO, COLLOCARE, COLLOCAVI, COLLOCATUS] : V place/put/set in order/proper position, arrange; station, post, position; apply;

[COLLOCO] : to place, put, arrange.

[COLLOCO] : to station.

[COLLOCUPLETO, COLLOCUPLETARE, COLLOCUPLETAVI, COLLOCUPLETATUS] : V enrich, make wealthy/very rich; embellish, adorn;

[COLLOCUTIO, COLLOCUTIONIS] : N conversation (private), discussion, debate; conference, parley; talking together

[COLLOCUTOR, COLLOCUTORIS] : N he who talks with another;

[COLLOQUIUM, COLLOQUII] : N talk, conversation; colloquy/discussion; interview; meeting/conference; parley;

[COLLOQUIUM] : speech, conference.

[COLLOQUOR, COLLOQUI, -, COLLOCUTUS SUM] : V talk/speak to/with; talk together/over; converse; discuss; confer, parley;

[COLLUBUS, COLLUBI] : N cost of exchange, agio; discount/fee to change money/make change; coin;

[COLLUCEO, COLLUCERE, COLLUXI] : V shine brightly, light up (with fire); reflect light, shine, be lit up; glitter;

[COLLUCO, COLLUCARE, COLLUCAVI, COLLUCATUS] : V prune; thin out (trees); clear/thin (a forest) (l+s);

[COLLUCTATIO] : wrestling.

[COLLUCTIO, COLLUCTIONIS] : N struggling (physical w/person/animal); struggle, conflict; death struggle/agony;

[COLLUCTOR, COLLUCTARI, -, COLLUCTATUS SUM] : V struggle physically; wrestle/contend (with); struggle/fight against (adversity);

[COLLUCTOR, COLLUCTORIS] : N wrestler; antagonist, adversary;

[COLLUCTOR] : wrestle.

[COLLUDIUM, COLLUDII] : N sporting, playing together; secret, deceptive understanding, collusion;

[COLLUDO, COLLUDERE, COLLUSI, COLLUSUS] : V play/sport together/with; (also) make sport; act in collusion (with);

[COLLUGEO, COLLUGERE, COLLUXI] : V lament; grieve together;

[COLLUM, COLLI] : N neck; throat; head and neck; severed head; upper stem (flower); mountain ridge;

[COLLUM] : neck.

[COLLUMINO, COLLUMINARE, COLLUMINAVI, COLLUMINATUS] : V illuminate;

[COLLUO, COLLUERE, COLLUI, COLLUTUS] : V wash/rinse out; wash/rinse away (impurities); wash together; use as a wash(?);

[COLLURCHINATIO, COLLURCHINATIONIS] : N gormandizing, gross gluttony; guzzling;

[COLLUS, COLLI] : N neck; throat; head and neck; severed head; upper stem (flower); mountain ridge;

[COLLUSIM] : ADV in collusion;

[COLLUSIO, COLLUSIONIS] : N secret/deceptive understanding, collusion;

[COLLUSOR, COLLUSORIS] : N playmate, companion in play; fellow gambler; one in collusion to hurt another;

[COLLUSORIE] : ADV in/by collusion; in a concerted manner (l+s);

[COLLUSTRIUM, COLLUSTRII] : N ceremonial purification (of fields); corporation that procured the purification;

[COLLUSTRO, COLLUSTRARE, COLLUSTRAVI, COLLUSTRATUS] : V illuminate, make bright, light up fully; look over, survey; traverse, explore;

[COLLUTIO, COLLUTIONIS] : N rinsing; washing (l+s);

[COLLUTITO, COLLUTITARE, COLLUTITAVI, COLLUTITATUS] : V soil/defile greatly/thoroughly;

[COLLUTLENTO, COLLUTLENTARE, COLLUTLENTAVI, COLLUTLENTATUS] : V cover over with mud;

[COLLUVIARIS, COLLUVIARIS, COLLUVIARE] : ADJ swilled/slopped, fed on refuse/filth (pigs);

[COLLUVIES, COLLUVIEI] : N muck, decayed matter; refuse/sewage; pig-swill; filth; dregs; cesspool/mire;

[COLLUVIO, COLLUVIONIS] : N jumble/heterogeneous mass; fact/state of contamination, impure mixture; turmoil;

[COLLUVIO, COLLUVIONIS] : N muck, decayed matter; refuse/sewage; pig-swill; filth; dregs; cesspool/mire;

[COLLUVIUM, COLLUVII] : N muck, decayed matter; refuse/sewage; pig-swill; filth; dregs; cesspool/mire;

[COLLYBISTA, COLLYBISTAE] : N money-changer;

[COLLYBUS, COLLYBI] : N (cost of) exchange; agio, discount/fee to change money/make change; coin;

[COLLYRA, COLLYRAE] : N kind of pasta; macaroni/vermicelli (l+s);

[COLLYRICUS, COLLYRICA, COLLYRICUM] : ADJ made with collyra (kind of pasta); of vermicelli (l+s); (vermicelli soup);

[COLLYRIDA, COLLYRIDAE] : N roll/cake; head-dress of women; plant (also called malva erratica);

[COLLYRIOLUM, COLLYRIOLI] : N small suppository; packing; pessary/tent;

[COLLYRIS, COLLYRIDIS] : N roll/cake; head-dress of women; plant (also called malva erratica);

[COLLYRIUM, COLLYRI(I)] : N eye-salve; suppository; packing; pessary/tent (contraceptive); shaft/pillar (l+s

[COLO COLUI CULTUM] : cultivate, cherish

[COLO, COLARE, COLAVI, COLATUS] : V strain/filter (liquid), clarify; purify; remove solids by filtering; wash (gold)

[COLO, COLERE, COLUI, CULTUS] : V live in (place), inhabit; till, cultivate, promote growth; foster, maintain;

[COLO, COLERE, COLUI, CULTUS] : V honor, cherish, worship; tend, take care of; adorn, dress, decorate, embellish;

[COLO] : colui ; cultum ; cultivate, cherish.

[COLOBATHRARIUS, COLOBATHRARII] : N stilt-walker, one who walks on stilts;

[COLOBICUS, COLOBICA, COLOBICUM] : ADJ mutilated;

[COLOBIUM, COLOBII] : N undergarment with short sleeves;

[COLOBON] : ADJ mutilated, curtailed, cut off; in which one syllable is missing (verse);

[COLOBOS, COLOBOS] : ADJ mutilated, curtailed, cut off; in which one syllable is missing (verse);

[COLOBUM, COLOBI] : N undergarment with short sleeves;

[COLOCASIA, COLOCASIAE] : N the egyptian bean (lily); (plant/fruit);

[COLOCASIUM, COLOCASII] : N the egyptian bean (lily) (pl.); (plant/fruit);

[COLOCYNTHA, COLOCYNTHAE] : N kind of gourd; (rude of cunnilingi);

[COLOCYNTHIS, COLOCYNTHIDOS/IS] : N gourd plant/fruit, bitter apple, colocynth (citrullus colocynthis); (purgative);

[COLOCYNTHIS, COLOCYNTHIDIS] : N gourd plant/fruit, bitter apple, colocynth (citrullus colocynthis); (purgative);

[COLOCYNTIS, COLOCYNTIDOS/IS] : N gourd plant/fruit, bitter apple, colocynth (citrullus colocynthis); (purgative);

[COLOEPHIUM, COLOEPHII] : N unidentified preparation of meat; choice/nourishing meat for athletes (l+s);

[COLON, COLI] : N large intestine; pain in the large intestine, colic;

[COLON, COLI] : N part of a line of verse, metrical entity; clause of a period; line, fragment;

[COLONA, COLONAE] : N female farmer/tenant/cultivator of land; farmer's wife; countrywoman (l+s);

[COLONARIUS, COLONARIA, COLONARIUM] : ADJ of/pertaining to farmer/colonist; rustic;

[COLONATUS, COLONATUS] : N condition of a rustic;

[COLONIA, COLONIAE] : N colony/settlement or people thereof; colony of bees; land attached to a farm;

[COLONIA, COLONIAE] : N possession in land, landed estate, farm; abode, dwelling;

[COLONIARIA, COLONIARIAE] : N native of a colony (female); colonial;

[COLONIARIUS, COLONIARII] : N native of a colony; colonial;

[COLONIARIUS, COLONIARIA, COLONIARIUM] : ADJ of/belonging to/prescribed for a colony, colonial;

[COLONICUS, COLONICA, COLONICUM] : ADJ of/belonging to/prescribed for a colony, colonial; (troops); common/farm (sheep)

[COLONUS, COLONI] : N farmer, cultivator, tiller; tenant-farmer; settler, colonist; inhabitant;

[COLONUS] : tiller of the soil, inhabitant.

[COLOPHON, COLOPHONIS] : N summit; finishing/crowning touch/stroke;

[COLOPHON, COLOPHONOS/IS] : N summit; finishing/crowning touch/stroke;

[COLOR, COLORIS] : N color; pigment; shade/tinge; complexion; outward appearance/show; excuse/pretext

[COLOR] : color, luster.

[COLOR] : color.

[COLORABILIS, COLORABILIS, COLORABILE] : ADJ chromatic; (?) (divided tetrachord into 2 intervals of 1 semitone and 1 of 3);

[COLORATE] : ADV in a specious or plausible manner;

[COLORATILIS, COLORATILIS, COLORATILE] : ADJ sunburnt, brown, tanned;

[COLORATOR, COLORATORIS] : N colorer; house-painter(?); polisher (l+s);

[COLORATUS, COLORATA -UM, COLORATIOR -OR -US, COLORATISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ colored; sunburnt/tanned/not pallid; dark complected/swarthy, colored; specious;

[COLORATUS] : colored / dark-complexioned.

[COLORATUS] : colored/ dark-complexioned.

[COLOREUS, COLOREA, COLOREUM] : ADJ multi-colored, variegated;

[COLORIUS, COLORIA, COLORIUM] : ADJ multi-colored, variegated;

[COLORO, COLORARE, COLORAVI, COLORATUS] : V color; paint; dye; tan; make darker; give deceptive color/gloss/appearance to;

[COLORO] : to color.

[COLOS, COLORIS] : N color; pigment; shade/tinge; complexion; outward appearance/show; excuse/pretext

[COLOSSAEUS, COLOSSAEA, COLOSSAEUM] : ADJ colossal, huge, gigantic; much larger than life (statue);

[COLOSSEUS, COLOSSEA, COLOSSEUM] : ADJ colossal, huge, gigantic; much larger than life (statue);

[COLOSSICON] : ADJ colossal, huge, gigantic; much larger than life (statue);

[COLOSSICUS, COLOSSICA, COLOSSICUM] : ADJ colossal, huge, gigantic; much larger than life (statue);

[COLOSSOS, COLOSSI] : N the colossus of rhodes, colossal statue in harbor; any large statue (emperor);

[COLOSSUS, COLOSSI] : N the colossus of rhodes, colossal statue in harbor; any large statue (emperor);

[COLOSTRA, COLOSTRAE] : N colustrum/beestings (first milk from a cow after calving); (term of endearment);

[COLOSTRATIO, COLOSTRATIONIS] : N disease of new-born mammals; (falsely attributed to first milk/beestings);

[COLOSTRATUS, COLOSTRATI] : N one/those afflicted with disease (colostration) from first milk/beestings;

[COLOSTRATUS, COLOSTRATA, COLOSTRATUM] : ADJ afflicted with disease from first milk/beestings;

[COLOSTRUM, COLOSTRI] : N colustrum/beestings (first milk from a cow after calving); (term of endearment);

[COLOTES, COLOTAE] : N gecko/spotted lizard (platdactylus mauretanicus);

[COLPA, COLPAE] : N offense; error; (sense of) guilt; fault/defect (moral/other); sickness/injury;

[COLPA, COLPAE] : N fault/blame/responsibility (w/gen); crime (esp. against chastity); negligence;

[COLUBER, COLUBRI] : N snake; serpent; (forming hair of mythical monsters);

[COLUBRA, COLUBRAE] : N serpent, snake; (forming hair of mythical monsters); furies; (head of) hydra;

[COLUBRIAE] : -ae (fem.) edderwort A. Souter p.60

[COLUBRIFER, COLUBRIFERA, COLUBRIFERUM] : ADJ snaky; snake-haired; (of the gorgon/medusa);

[COLUBRIMODUS, COLUBRIMODA, COLUBRIMODUM] : ADJ snake-like, having the qualities of a snake;

[COLUBRINA, COLUBRINAE] : N plant; (also called bryonia and dracontea);

[COLUBRINUS, COLUBRINA, COLUBRINUM] : ADJ snake-like, having the qualities of a snake, cunning;

[COLUBROSUS, COLUBROSA, COLUBROSUM] : ADJ serpentine, winding;

[COLUM, COLI] : N large intestine, colon; pain in the large intestine, colic;

[COLUM, COLI] : N strainer, filter, sieve; vessel for straining, colander (l+s); wicker fish net;

[COLUMBA, COLUMBAE] : N pigeon; dove; (term of endearment); (bird of venus/symbol of love/gentleness);

[COLUMBAR, COLUMBARIS] : N pigeon compartment/cot/hole; collar for constraint, pillory; niche in sepulcher;

[COLUMBARE, COLUMBARIS] : N pigeon compartment/cot/hole; collar for constraint, pillory; niche in sepulcher;

[COLUMBARIUM, COLUMBARI(I)] : N hole for beam; exit of water-wheel near axle; dove-cot, pigeon house (l+s);

[COLUMBARIUM, COLUMBARI(I)] : N box for pair of pigeons; niche in sepulcher for ashes; hole for oars, oarlock;

[COLUMBARIUS, COLUMBARI(I)] : N pigeon-keeper; oarsman (term of reproach) (l+s);

[COLUMBATIM] : ADV in the manner of doves, like doves, dovey;

[COLUMBINACEUS, COLUMBINACEA, COLUMBINACEUM] : ADJ of/pertaining to pigeons/doves, dove/pigeon-; (~ pullus => young dove);

[COLUMBINUS, COLUMBINI] : N little dove;

[COLUMBINUS, COLUMBINA, COLUMBINUM] : ADJ of pigeons, pigeon-; variety of plants (dove-colored?) (chick-pea/vine/marl);

[COLUMBOR, COLUMBARI, -, COLUMBATUS SUM] : V bill and coo; (like doves);

[COLUMBULA, COLUMBULAE] : N little dove;

[COLUMBULATIM] : ADV in the manner of (little) doves, like (little) doves, dovey;

[COLUMBULUS, COLUMBULI] : N little dove;

[COLUMBUS, COLUMBI] : N male/cock pigeon; (of male persons) (l+s); dove;

[COLUMELLA, COLUMELLAE] : N small column/pillar; pivot of oil-mill; stanchion of catapult; column tombstone;

[COLUMELLARIS, COLUMELLARIS] : N canine teeth (pl.) of horses; grinding teeth of horses (l+s); (pillar-formed);

[COLUMELLARIS, COLUMELLARIS, COLUMELLARE] : ADJ pillar-formed; (of the grinding teeth of horses);

[COLUMEN, COLUMINIS] : N height, peak, summit, zenith; roof, gable, ridge-pole; head, chief; 'keystone';

[COLUMIS, COLUMIS, COLUME] : ADJ safe; unhurt, unimpaired; (?);

[COLUMNA, COLUMNAE] : N column/pillar (building/monument/pedestal/water-clock), post/prop; portico (pl.)

[COLUMNA, COLUMNAE] : N stanchion (press/ballista); water-spout; pillar of fire; penis (rude);

[COLUMNAR, COLUMNARIS] : N marble quarry; stone quarry (l+s);

[COLUMNARIS, COLUMNARIS, COLUMNARE] : ADJ rising in form of a pillar, pillar-like, columnar; (~ lux => pillar of fire);

[COLUMNARIUM, COLUMNARI(I)] : N a pillar-tax, tax on pillars/columns; (applied to fancy houses);

[COLUMNARIUS, COLUMNARII] : N one who was condemned at the columna maenia; criminal; debtor;

[COLUMNARIUS, COLUMNARII] : N frequenter of porticos, idler; builder of columns (?);

[COLUMNATIO, COLUMNATIONIS] : N supporting with/on pillars; support by pillars/columns;

[COLUMNATUS, COLUMNATA, COLUMNATUM] : ADJ supported on/by pillars/columns; provided with/having pillars;

[COLUMNELLA, COLUMNELLAE] : N small column/pillar; pivot of oil-mill; stanchion of catapult; column tombstone;

[COLUMNIFER, COLUMNIFERA, COLUMNIFERUM] : ADJ column-bearing; (~ radius => pillar of fire);

[COLURNUS, COLURNA, COLURNUM] : ADJ made of hazel, of hazel, hazel-;

[COLURUS, COLURA, COLURUM] : ADJ a syllable too short (w/metrum);

[COLURUS, COLURA, COLURUM] : ADJ (two circles) through equinoctial and solstitial points perpendicular at poles;

[COLUS, COLI] : N distaff; woman's concern; spinning; fate's distaff w/threads of life; destiny;

[COLUS, COLUS] : N distaff; woman's concern; spinning; fate's distaff w/threads of life; destiny;

[COLUSTRA, COLUSTRAE] : N colustrum/beestings (first milk from a cow after calving); (term of endearment);

[COLUSTRUM, COLUSTRI] : N colustrum/beestings (first milk from a cow after calving); (term of endearment);

[COLUTEUM, COLUTEI] : N pods (pl.) of an unidentified tree (?); pod-like fruit (l+s);

[COLUTHIUM, COLUTHII] : N kind of gastropod mollusk; kind of snail of dark color (l+s);

[COLYMBAS, COLYMBADOS/IS] : N pickled olive; (swimming in brine l+s);

[COLYMBUS, COLYMBI] : N swimming pool/bath;

[COLYPHIUM, COLYPHII] : N unidentified preparation of meat; choice/nourishing meat for athletes (l+s);

[COLYX, COLYCOS/IS] : N cavern where natron (native sesquicarbonate of soda/alkali) is distilling/drips;

[COM] : ADV together;

[COM] : PREP ABL under command/at the head of; having/containing/including; using/by means of;

[COM] : PREP ABL with, together/jointly/along/simultaneous with, amid; supporting; attached;

[COMA, COMAE] : N hair, hair of the head, mane of animal; wool, fleece; foliage, leaves; rays;

[COMA] : hair of the head, leaves, rays of light.

[COMA] : stalk.

[COMACUM, COMACI] : N aromatic plant (nutmeg?); (substitute for cinnamon); kind of cinnamon (l+s);

[COMACUM] : nutmeg, perhaps (?)

[COMANS, (GEN.), COMANTIS] : ADJ hairy; long-haired; flowing (beard); plumed; leafy; w/foliage; w/radiant train;

[COMARCHUS, COMARCHI] : N headman/chief/governor of a village; burgomeister, mayor;

[COMAROS, COMARI] : N (fruit of) the strawberry-tree (arbitus unedonis); plant (called fragum) (l+s);

[COMATORIUS, COMATORIA, COMATORIUM] : ADJ for the hair; (~ acus => hair-pin);

[COMATUS, COMATA, COMATUM] : ADJ long-haired, having (long) hair; (gallia comata => transalpine gaul); leafy;

[COMATUS, COMATI] : N one having long hair; (esp. as applied to the frankish royals);

[COMATUS, COMATI] : N county, earldom (england); county court (attendance/fine for non-attendance);

[COMAUDIO, COMAUDIRE, COMAUDIVI, COMAUDITUS] : V confine to narrow space, cramp; make narrower; narrow/limit scope/application;

[COMBARDUS, COMBARDA, COMBARDUM] : ADJ thoroughly stupid;

[COMBENNO, COMBENNONIS] : N those riding together in a benna (kind of (wickerwork?) carriage) (gallic);

[COMBIBO, COMBIBERE, COMBIBI] : V drink completely/together/up; hold back (tears); absorb, soak in; swallow up;

[COMBIBO, COMBIBONIS] : N drinking companion/buddy;

[COMBIBO] : to drink up, suck in.

[COMBINATIO, COMBINATIONIS] : N joining two by two;

[COMBINO, COMBINARE, COMBINAVI, COMBINATUS] : V unite, combine;

[COMBRETUM, COMBRETI] : N plant (unidentified); kind of rush (l+s);

[COMBULLIO, COMBULLIRE, COMBULLIVI, COMBULLITUS] : V boil fully/thoroughly;

[COMBURO, COMBURERE, COMBUSI, COMBUSTUS] : V burn up/away; (w/love); consume/destroy w/fire; reduce to ash, cremate; scald;

[COMBURO, COMBURERE, COMBUSSI, COMBUSTUS] : V burn up/away; (w/love); consume/destroy w/fire; reduce to ash, cremate; scald;

[COMBURO] : to burn up, to ruin, consume.

[COMBUSTIO, COMBUSTIONIS] : N burning, consuming;

[COMBUSTUM, COMBUSTI] : N burn, injury from burning/scalding;

[COMBUSTURA, COMBUSTURAE] : N burning;

[COME, COMES] : N one or more plants of the genus tragopogon, goat's beard or salsify;

[COMEDO COMEDI COMESUM] : to eat up, consume / waste, squander.

[COMEDO, COMEDERE, COMEDI, COMESUS] : V eat up/away, chew up; finish eating; fret, chafe; consume/devour; waste/squander

[COMEDO, COMEDERE, COMEDI, COMESSUS] : V eat up/away, chew up; finish eating; fret, chafe; consume/devour; waste/squander

[COMEDO, COMEDERE, COMEDI, COMESTUS] : V eat up/away, chew up; finish eating; fret, chafe; consume/devour; waste/squander

[COMEDO, COMEDONIS] : N glutton; gourmet; one who spends/squanders his money on feasting/revelling;

[COMEDO, COMESSE,] : V eat up/away, chew up; finish eating; fret, chafe; consume/devour; waste/squander

[COMEDO] : comedi ; comesum ; to eat up, consume/ waste, squander.

[COMEDUS, COMEDI] : N glutton; gourmet; one who spends/squanders his money on feasting/revelling;

[COMES COMITIS] : companion, friend, comrade / count.

[COMES, COMITIS] : N comrade, companion, associate, partner; soldier/devotee/follower of another;

[COMES, COMITIS] : N count, earl (england); official, magnate; occupant of any state office;

[COMES] : comitis ; companion, friend, comrade/ count.

[COMESALITER] : ADV wantonly; jovially;

[COMESATIO, COMESATIONIS] : N carousing, merry-making, feasting, revelry; bacchanial procession/rioting (l+s);

[COMESATOR, COMESATORIS] : N reveller, carouser; one who joins a festive procession (l+s); (vulgate one s);

[COMESOR, COMESORIS] : N glutton, gourmand; member of a dancing-club;

[COMESSALITER] : ADV wantonly; jovially;

[COMESSATIO, COMESSATIONIS] : N carousing, merry-making, feasting, revelry; bacchanial procession/rioting (l+s);

[COMESSATOR, COMESSATORIS] : N reveller, carouser; one who joins a festive procession (l+s);

[COMESTIBILIS, COMESTIBILIS, COMESTIBILE] : ADJ eatable;

[COMESTIO, COMESTIONIS] : N consuming;

[COMESTOR, COMESTORIS] : N glutton, gourmand; member of a dining-club;

[COMESUS, COMESUS] : N eating, consuming;

[COMETA, COMETAE] : N comet; meteor; luminous body in the sky having a trail; (portent of disaster);

[COMETERIUM, COMETERII] : N churchyard; cemetery, burying ground;

[COMETES, COMETAE] : N comet; meteor; luminous body in the sky having a trail; (portent of disaster);

[COMETES] : comet

[COMETES] : comet.

[COMETESSA, COMETESSAE] : N countess, lady; wife of a count/comes; (or widow or daughter);

[COMETISSA COMITISSA] : countess.

[COMETISSA, COMETISSAE] : N countess, lady; wife of a count/comes; (or widow or daughter);

[COMETISSA] : comitissa ; countess.

[COMICE] : ADV in a style suited to comedy; in the manner of comedy;

[COMICUS, COMICA, COMICUM] : ADJ comic, belonging/suited/appropriate to comedy; typical/characteristic of comedy;

[COMICUS, COMICI] : N comic actor, comedian; writer of comedy; comic poet;

[COMINCOMMODUS, COMINCOMMODA, COMINCOMMODUM] : ADJ agreeable/disagreeable; (facetious combination of commodus and incommodus);

[COMINUS] : ADV hand to hand (fight), in close combat/quarters; close at hand; in presence of;

[COMIS, COME, COMIOR -OR -US, COMISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ courteous/kind/obliging/affable/gracious; elegant, cultured, having good taste;

[COMIS] : courteous, kind, friendly.

[COMIS] : courteous, kind, friendly, obliging.

[COMISABUNDUS, COMISABUNDA, COMISABUNDUM] : ADJ carousing, revelling, banqueting; holding a riotous procession (l+s);

[COMISATIO, COMISATIONIS] : N carousing, merry-making, feasting, revelry; bacchanial procession/rioting (l+s);

[COMISATOR, COMISATORIS] : N reveller, carouser; one who joins a festive procession (l+s);

[COMISOR, COMISARI, -, COMISATUS SUM] : V carouse, revel, make merry; hold a festive procession (l+s);

[COMISSABUNDUS, COMISSABUNDA, COMISSABUNDUM] : ADJ carousing, revelling, banqueting; holding a riotous procession (l+s);

[COMISSALITER] : ADV wantonly; jovially;

[COMISSATIO, COMISSATIONIS] : N carousing, merry-making, feasting, revelry; bacchanial procession/rioting (l+s);

[COMISSATOR, COMISSATORIS] : N reveller, carouser; one who joins a festive procession (l+s);

[COMISSOR, COMISSARI, -, COMISSATUS SUM] : V carouse, revel, make merry; hold a festive procession (l+s);

[COMITABILIS, COMITABILIS, COMITABILE] : ADJ attending, accompanying;

[COMITAS, COMITATIS] : N politeness, courtesy; kindness, generosity, friendliness; good taste, elegance;

[COMITATENSIS, COMITATENSIS, COMITATENSE] : ADJ of/pertaining to the dignity/office of courtiers; court-;

[COMITATUS, COMITATA -UM, COMITATIOR -OR -US, COMITATISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ accompanied (by/in time); (comp) better attended, having a larger retinue;

[COMITATUS, COMITATUS] : N company of soldiers/mercenaries; war band; company/throng/crowd; rank and file;

[COMITATUS, COMITATUS] : N escort/retinue (of slaves/clients); court of a king; combination, association;

[COMITATUS] : accompanied.

[COMITATUS] : train, retinue, following / war band.

[COMITATUS] : train, retinue, following/ war band.

[COMITER, COMIUS, COMISSIME] : ADV courteously/kindly/civilly, readily; in friendly/sociable manner; w/good will;

[COMITER] : ADV courteously, affably, obligingly, graciously, kindly;

[COMITER] : courteously, in a kindly, friendly manner.

[COMITESSA, COMITESSAE] : N countess, lady; wife of a count/comes; (or widow or daughter);

[COMITIALIS, COMITIALIS, COMITIALE] : ADJ epileptic, suffering from epilepsy; (morbus/vitium ~ => major epilepsy);

[COMITIALIS, COMITIALIS, COMITIALE] : ADJ pertaining to/proper for the comitia (assembly of roman people); electoral;

[COMITIALIS, COMITIALIS] : N epileptic, one who has epilepsy; attacks of epilepsy (pl.);

[COMITIALITER] : ADV by/as a result of epilepsy; epileptically;

[COMITIANUS, COMITIANA, COMITIANUM] : ADJ of/pertaining to the comes orientis (byzantine court official);

[COMITIATUS, COMITIATUS] : N assembly of the people in the comitia;

[COMITIATUS, COMITIATI] : N military tribune elected at the assembly of the people in the comitia;

[COMITIO, COMITIARE, COMITIAVI, COMITIATUS] : V offer the sacrifice after which the comitia could be held; go to comitia (l+s);

[COMITISSA, COMITISSAE] : N countess, lady; wife of a count/comes; (or widow or daughter);

[COMITIUM, COMITI(I)] : N place in forum where comitia were held; comitia (pl.), assembly; elections;

[COMITIVUS, COMITIVA, COMITIVUM] : ADJ pertaining to a chief officer;

[COMITIVUS, COMITIVI] : N chief;

[COMITO, COMITARE, COMITAVI, COMITATUS] : V accompany, go along with; attend (funeral); follow (camp); grow alongside;

[COMITO] : to accompany.

[COMITO] : to accompany

[COMITOR, COMITARI, -, COMITATUS SUM] : V join as an attendant, guard/escort; accompany, follow; attend (funeral);

[COMITOR, COMITARI, -, COMITATUS SUM] : V go/be carried with; be retained/stay/grow/join with; be connected with; occur;

[COMITTO] : to entrust, commit.

[COMIUM, COMII] : N county, earldom (england); county court (attendance/fine for non-attendance);

[COMIVA, COMIVAE] : N county, earldom (england); county court (attendance/fine for non-attendance);

[COMMA, COMMAE] : N phrase, part of a line; division of a period (l+s); comma, punctuation mark;

[COMMACERATIO, COMMACERATIONIS] : N dissolution, maceration, steeping to soften;

[COMMACERO, COMMACERARE, COMMACERAVI, COMMACERATUS] : V macerate, soften by steeping in liquid;

[COMMACESCO, COMMACESCERE,] : V grow lean;

[COMMACULO, COMMACULARE, COMMACULAVI, COMMACULATUS] : V stain deeply, pollute, defile; contaminate, defile morally; sully (reputation);

[COMMADEO, COMMADERE, COMMADUI] : V become tender or sodden; become very soft (l+s);

[COMMAGISTER, COMMAGISTRI] : N joint-master (of a collegium);

[COMMALAXO, COMMALAXARE, COMMALAXAVI, COMMALAXATUS] : V soften/subdue completely; make entirely mild (l+s);

[COMMALLEO, COMMALLEARE, COMMALLEAVI, COMMALLEATUS] : V weld on, attach;

[COMMALLIOLO, COMMALLIOLARE, COMMALLIOLAVI, COMMALLIOLATUS] : V weld on, attach;

[COMMANDATICIUS, COMMANDATICIA, COMMANDATICIUM] : ADJ containing a recommendation or introduction (letters); commendatory (l+s);

[COMMANDO, COMMANDERE, COMMANDI, COMMANSUS] : V chew; (chew thoroughly/completely);

[COMMANDUCATIO, COMMANDUCATIONIS] : N chewing, mastication;

[COMMANDUCO, COMMANDUCARE, COMMANDUCAVI, COMMANDUCATUS] : V chew up, chew/masticate thoroughly; chew to pieces (l+s);

[COMMANDUCOR, COMMANDUCARI, -, COMMANDUCATUS SUM] : V chew up, chew/masticate thoroughly; chew to pieces (l+s);

[COMMANEO, COMMANERE, COMMANSI, COMMANSUS] : V remain somewhere constantly;

[COMMANIFESTO, COMMANIFESTARE, COMMANIFESTAVI, COMMANIFESTATUS] : V manifest together;

[COMMANIPLAR, COMMANIPLARIS] : N soldier/comrade of the same maniple; fellow soldier;

[COMMANIPLUS, COMMANIPLI] : N soldier/comrade of the same maniple; fellow soldier;

[COMMANIPULAR, COMMANIPULARIS] : N soldier/comrade of the same maniple; fellow soldier;

[COMMANIPULATIO, COMMANIPULATIONIS] : N companionship in a manipulus;

[COMMANIPULO, COMMANIPULONIS] : N soldier/comrade of the same maniple; fellow soldier;

[COMMANIPULUS, COMMANIPULI] : N soldier/comrade of the same maniple; fellow soldier;

[COMMANUPLAR, COMMANUPLARIS] : N soldier/comrade of the same maniple; fellow soldier;

[COMMANUPULAR, COMMANUPULARIS] : N soldier/comrade of the same maniple; fellow soldier;

[COMMARCEO, COMMARCERE,] : V wither; become wholly faint/inactive;

[COMMARGINO, COMMARGINARE, COMMARGINAVI, COMMARGINATUS] : V furnish with a parapet or railing;

[COMMARITUS, COMMARITI] : N fellow/associate husband; (facetious);

[COMMARTYR, COMMARTYRIS] : N fellow-martyr, companion in martyrdom;

[COMMASCULO, COMMASCULARE, COMMASCULAVI, COMMASCULATUS] : V screw up (one's courage); make manly/firm/courageous (l+s); invigorate/embolden;

[COMMASTICO, COMMASTICARE, COMMASTICAVI, COMMASTICATUS] : V chew;

[COMMATICUS, COMMATICA, COMMATICUM] : ADJ cut up, divided. short;

[COMMATURESCO, COMMATURESCERE, COMMATURUI] : V mature; ripen thoroughly/completely;

[COMMEABILIS, COMMEABILIS, COMMEABILE] : ADJ permeable, that is easily passed through; that easily passes through;

[COMMEATALIS, COMMEATALIS, COMMEATALE] : ADJ of/pertaining to provisions/supplies; accompanying the provisions;

[COMMEATOR, COMMEATORIS] : N go-between, messenger; one who goes to and fro (l+s); epithet of mercury;

[COMMEATUS, COMMEATUS] : N supplies/provisions; goods; voyage; passage; convoy/caravan; furlough/leave;

[COMMEDITOR, COMMEDITARI, -, COMMEDITATUS SUM] : V study, practice; imitate (poetic); impress carefully on one's mind (l+s);

[COMMEIO, COMMEIERE, COMMINXI, COMMINCTUS] : V defile with urine, wet; soil, defile; have sexual intercourse (adams);

[COMMEIO, COMMEIERE, COMMIXI, COMMICTUS] : V defile with urine, wet; soil, defile; have sexual intercourse (adams);

[COMMELETO, COMMELETARE, COMMELETAVI, COMMELETATUS] : V exercise, practice assiduously;

[COMMEMBRATUS, COMMEMBRATA, COMMEMBRATUM] : ADJ grown up together; united;

[COMMEMORABILIS, COMMEMORABILIS, COMMEMORABILE] : ADJ memorable, remarkable, worth mentioning;

[COMMEMORAMENTUM, COMMEMORAMENTI] : N reminder; mention; mentioning;

[COMMEMORATIO, COMMEMORATIONIS] : N remembrance/commemoration; observance (law); memory; mention/citation/reference;

[COMMEMORATOR, COMMEMORATORIS] : N commemorator, one who mentions/recalls a thing;

[COMMEMORATORIUM, COMMEMORATORII] : N means of remembrance;

[COMMEMORO, COMMEMORARE, COMMEMORAVI, COMMEMORATUS] : V recall (to self/other); keep in mind, remember; mention/relate; place on record;

[COMMEMORO] : to remind, relate, mention/ to keep in mind.

[COMMENDABILIS, COMMENDABILE, COMMENDABILIOR -OR -US, COMMENDABILISSIMUS -A -U] : ADJ praiseworthy, notable; to be commended, commendable;

[COMMENDATICIUS, COMMENDATICIA, COMMENDATICIUM] : ADJ containing a recommendation or introduction (letters); commendatory (l+s);

[COMMENDATIO, COMMENDATIONIS] : N entrusting, committal; recommendation, praise; excellence; approval, esteem;

[COMMENDATITIUS, COMMENDATITIA, COMMENDATITIUM] : ADJ containing a recommendation or introduction (letters); commendatory (l+s);

[COMMENDATIVUS, COMMENDATIVA, COMMENDATIVUM] : ADJ commendatory; serving for/as commendation/recommendation;

[COMMENDATOR, COMMENDATORIS] : N reference, one who recommends; recommended, commender;

[COMMENDATORIUS, COMMENDATORIA, COMMENDATORIUM] : ADJ commendatory; serving for/as commendation/recommendation;

[COMMENDATRIX, COMMENDATRICIS] : N reference, one who recommends (female);

[COMMENDATUS, COMMENDATA -UM, COMMENDATIOR -OR -US, COMMENDATISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ recommended (for attention/favor); entrusted; acceptable, agreeable, suitable;

[COMMENDO, COMMENDARE, COMMENDAVI, COMMENDATUS] : V entrust, give in trust; commit; recommend, commend to; point out, designate;

[COMMENDO] : to commit.

[COMMENSURABILIS, COMMENSURABILIS, COMMENSURABILE] : ADJ commensurable, having a common measure;

[COMMENSURATIO, COMMENSURATIONIS] : N symmetry, uniformity;

[COMMENSURATUS, COMMENSURATA, COMMENSURATUM] : ADJ equal;

[COMMENSUS, COMMENSUS] : N proportion, relative measurements; in due proportion (l+s); symmetry;

[COMMENTARIENSIS, COMMENTARIENSIS] : N secretary, accountant; official in charge of commentarii/public records/'books';

[COMMENTARIENSIS, COMMENTARIENSIS] : N registrar of public documents; prison keeper/recorder; one who lists soldiers;

[COMMENTARIOLUM, COMMENTARIOLI] : N notebook; textbook; short treatise; brief commentary (l+s);

[COMMENTARIOLUS, COMMENTARIOLI] : N notebook; textbook; short treatise; brief commentary (l+s);

[COMMENTARIUM, COMMENTARI(I)] : N notebook, private/historical journal; register; memo/note; commentary/treatise;

[COMMENTARIUS, COMMENTARI(I)] : N notebook, private/historical journal; register; memo/note; commentary/treatise;

[COMMENTATIO, COMMENTATIONIS] : N thinking out, mental preparation; study; piece of reasoning/argument; textbook;

[COMMENTATOR, COMMENTATORIS] : N inventor, deviser; contriver (l+s); author; interpreter (of law);

[COMMENTICIUS, COMMENTICIA, COMMENTICIUM] : ADJ invented, devised, improvised; imaginary; fabricated/fictitious; forged, false;

[COMMENTIOR, COMMENTIRI, -, COMMENTITUS SUM] : V state falsely; invent/devise a falsehood/lie (l+s);

[COMMENTITIUS, COMMENTITIA, COMMENTITIUM] : ADJ invented, devised, improvised; imaginary; fabricated/fictitious; forged, false;

[COMMENTO, COMMENTARE, COMMENTAVI, COMMENTATUS] : V delineate, sketch; (humorously) demonstrate on the face (cudgel/beat);

[COMMENTOR, COMMENTARI, -, COMMENTATUS SUM] : V think about; study beforehand, practice, prepare; discuss, argue over; imagine;

[COMMENTOR, COMMENTORIS] : N inventor, deviser; machinist (l+s);

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[COMMENTUM, COMMENTI] : N invention; intention, design, scheme, device; fiction, fabrication; argument;

[COMMENTUS, COMMENTA, COMMENTUM] : ADJ feigned, pretended, fabricated, devised, fictitious, invented;

[COMMEO, COMMEARE, COMMEAVI, COMMEATUS] : V go to, visit, travel; pass; resort to; go to and fro, come and go; communicate;

[COMMEO] : To go up and down, back and forth, in and out.

[COMMERCARI, COMMERCARIIS] : N fellow-purchaser;

[COMMERCATOR, COMMERCATORIS] : N fellow-trader;

[COMMERCIOR, COMMERCIARI, -, COMMERCIATUS SUM] : V trade;

[COMMERCIUM, COMMERCI(I)] : N trade/traffic/commerce (right/privilege); commercial/sex intercourse/relations;

[COMMERCIUM, COMMERCI(I)] : N exchange, trafficking; goods, military supplies; trade routes; use in common;

[COMMERCIUM] : wares,

[COMMERCOR, COMMERCARI, -, COMMERCATUS SUM] : V buy, purchase; buy up (l+s); trade/traffic together;

[COMMEREO, COMMERERE, COMMERUI, COMMERITUS] : V merit fully, deserve, incur, earn (punishment/reward); be guilty of, perpetuate;

[COMMEREOR, COMMERERI, -, COMMERITUS SUM] : V merit fully, deserve, incur, earn (punishment/reward); be guilty of, perpetuate;

[COMMERS, COMMERCIS] : N friendly intercourse;

[COMMESSATIO, ONIS] : eating together.

[COMMETACULUM, COMMETACULI] : N rods (pl.) carried by the flamens/priests;

[COMMETIOR, COMMETIRI, -, COMMENSUS SUM] : V measure; pace out/off; compare (in measurement);

[COMMETO, COMMETARE, COMMETAVI, COMMETATUS] : V go constantly/frequently; come and go; survey thoroughly (facetious);

[COMMI, UNDECLINED] : N gum, vicid secretion from trees;

[COMMICTILIS, COMMICTILIS, COMMICTILE] : ADJ filthy, foul; (term of abuse); despicable, vile, deserves to be defiled (l+s);

[COMMICTUS, COMMICTA, COMMICTUM] : ADJ filthy, foul; (term of abuse);

[COMMIGRATIO, COMMIGRATIONIS] : N removal (to a new place); wandering (l+s); migration;

[COMMIGRO, COMMIGRARE, COMMIGRAVI, COMMIGRATUS] : V migrate, go and live (elsewhere); move one's home with all effects; enter;

[COMMILES, COMMILITIS] : N fellow soldier;

[COMMILITIUM, COMMILITI(I)] : N comradeship/association in war/military service; fellowship in other activities;

[COMMILITO, COMMILITONIS] : N fellow soldier; (used by j caesar and others to troops); comrade, mate;

[COMMILITO, COMMILITARE, COMMILITAVI, COMMILITATUS] : V fight on the same side/in company; be a comrade/companion in arms/battle/war;

[COMMILITO] : comrade, companion in war.

[COMMINABUNDUS, COMMINABUNDA, COMMINABUNDUM] : ADJ threatening, menacing;

[COMMINATIO, COMMINATIONIS] : N threatening, menacing;

[COMMINATIVUS, COMMINATIVA, COMMINATIVUM] : ADJ threatening, menacing;

[COMMINATOR, COMMINATORIS] : N menace, intimidator, threatener;

[COMMINATUS, COMMINATA, COMMINATUM] : ADJ threatened, menaced;

[COMMINGO, COMMINGERE, COMMINXI, COMMINCTUS] : V pollute, defile;

[COMMINISCO, COMMINISCERE, -, COMMENTUS] : V devise, think up, invent; fabricate; state/contrive falsely, allege, pretend;

[COMMINISCOR, COMMINISCI, -, COMMENTUS SUM] : V devise, think up, invent; fabricate; state/contrive falsely, allege, pretend;

[COMMINO, COMMINARE, COMMINAVI, COMMINATUS] : V drive (cattle) together, round up;

[COMMINOR, COMMINARI, -, COMMINATUS SUM] : V threaten, make a threat;

[COMMINOR] : to threaten.

[COMMINUO, COMMINUERE, COMMINUI, COMMINUTUS] : V break/crumble into pieces, shatter; break up; crush, smash, pulverize; lessen;

[COMMINUO] : to scatter, weaken, damage.

[COMMINUS] : ADV hand to hand (fight), in close combat/quarters; close at hand; in presence of;

[COMMINUS] : hand to hand, in close combat.

[COMMINUTUS, COMMINUTA, COMMINUTUM] : ADJ broken, shattered; smashed;

[COMMIS, COMMIS] : N gum, vicid secretion from trees;

[COMMISATIO, COMMISATIONIS] : N carousing, merry-making, feasting, revelry; bacchanial procession/rioting (l+s);

[COMMISCEO, COMMISCERE, COMMISCUI, COMMIXTUS] : V intermingle, mix together/up, combine (ingredients); unite/join sexually;

[COMMISCEO, COMMISCERE, COMMISCUI, COMMIXTUS] : V mingle (with another race); transact business (w/cum), discuss; confuse;

[COMMISCEO] : to intermingle, join, mix.

[COMMISCIBILIS, COMMISCIBILIS, COMMISCIBILE] : ADJ that can be mingled/mixed/combined;

[COMMISCUUS, COMMISCUA, COMMISCUUM] : ADJ common;

[COMMISERATIO, COMMISERATIONIS] : N pathos, rousing of pity (esp. in a speech); part of oration exciting compassion;

[COMMISEREOR, COMMISERERI, -, COMMISERITUS SUM] : V pity; excite compassion; show pity at;

[COMMISERESCIT, COMMISERESCERE, COMMISERESCIT] : V one pities/sympathizes/feels sorry for (w/acc or gen); thou have pity upon;

[COMMISERESCO, COMMISERESCERE,] : V have/show pity/sympathy, commiserate;

[COMMISERET, COMMISERERE, COMMISERIT] : V one pities/feels sorry for (w/acc or gen);

[COMMISERO, COMMISERONIS] : N companion in misfortune;

[COMMISEROR, COMMISERARI, -, COMMISERATUS SUM] : V feel pity/compassion for; sympathize with; seek/arouse pity/sympathy for; bewail

[COMMISOR, COMMISARI, -, COMMISATUS SUM] : V carouse, revel, make merry; hold a festive procession (l+s);

[COMMISSARIUS, COMMISSARII] : N agent; (erasmus);

[COMMISSATIO, COMMISSATIONIS] : N carousing, merry-making, feasting, revelry; bacchanial procession/rioting (l+s);

[COMMISSIO, COMMISSIONIS] : N commencement/holding (of games/other contests); event; speech opening games;

[COMMISSIO] : perpetration, execution, performance, action.

[COMMISSOR, COMMISSARI, -, COMMISSATUS SUM] : V carouse, revel, make merry; hold a festive procession (l+s);

[COMMISSOR, COMMISSORIS] : N perpetrator;

[COMMISSORIA, COMMISSORIAE] : N sale contract clause by which creditor gets property/goods on non-payment;

[COMMISSORIUS, COMMISSORIA, COMMISSORIUM] : ADJ foreclosure (contract clause by which creditor gets property on non-payment);

[COMMISSUM, COMMISSI] : N undertaking, enterprise; trust, secret; thing entrusted/confiscated; crime;

[COMMISSUM] : offence.

[COMMISSUM] : undertaking, that which is entrusted.

[COMMISSURA, COMMISSURAE] : N joint, juncture, seam, gap; intersection, common point; boundary/dividing line;

[COMMISSURALIS, COMMISSURALIS, COMMISSURALE] : ADJ of/pertaining to a juncture/joining/intersection;

[COMMISTIM] : ADV jointly, in a mixed manner;

[COMMISTIO, COMMISTIONIS] : N mixture; mixing, mingling; sexual intercourse;

[COMMISTURA, COMMISTURAE] : N mixture; mixing, mingling (l+s);

[COMMITIGO, COMMITIGARE, COMMITIGAVI, COMMITIGATUS] : V soften; make soft (l+s); mellow;

[COMMITTO, COMMITTERE, COMMISI, COMMISSUS] : V bring together, unite/join, connect/attach; put together, construct; entrust;

[COMMITTO, COMMITTERE, COMMISI, COMMISSUS] : V engage (battle), set against; begin/start; bring about; commit; incur; forfeit;

[COMMITTO] : to place, intrust, join.

[COMMIXTIM] : ADV jointly, in a mixed manner;

[COMMIXTIO, COMMIXTIONIS] : N mixture; mixing, mingling; sexual intercourse;

[COMMIXTURA, COMMIXTURAE] : N mixture; mixing, mingling (l+s);

[COMMOBILIS, COMMOBILIS, COMMOBILE] : ADJ easily moving; easily moved/swayed;

[COMMODATE, COMMODATIUS, COMMODATISSIME] : ADV fittingly; in a suitable manner;

[COMMODATIO, COMMODATIONIS] : N accommodation, rendering of service;

[COMMODATOR, COMMODATORIS] : N lender;

[COMMODATUM, COMMODATI] : N loan; thing lent, borrowed object;

[COMMODE, COMMODIUS, COMMODISSIME] : ADV conveniently/neatly/tidily; aptly/well; suitably/properly/fittingly; tastefully;

[COMMODE, COMMODIUS, COMMODISSIME] : ADV agreeably, helpfully; comfortably/pleasantly; at a good time/the right moment;

[COMMODERATUS, COMMODERATA, COMMODERATUM] : ADJ exact; brought into the right measure; (standardized?);

[COMMODITAS, COMMODITATIS] : N timeliness; fitness, aptness; convenience; advantage, utility; complaisance;

[COMMODITAS, COMMODITATIS] : N due measure, just proportion; suitable (oratorical expression); symmetry;

[COMMODO, COMMODARE, COMMODAVI, COMMODATUS] : V lend, hire; give, bestow, provide; put at disposal of, oblige; make fit, adapt;

[COMMODO] : (+ acc.) to furnish, lend, give.

[COMMODO] : ADV suitably; seasonably; just, this very minute (l+s); even now, at this moment;

[COMMODO] : to make fit, adapt, please, oblige, serve.

[COMMODULATIO, COMMODULATIONIS] : N common adaptation to standard measure; regularity/proportion/symmetry (l+s);

[COMMODULE] : ADV fairly suitably, aptly; conveniently, at one's convenience (l+s);

[COMMODULUM, COMMODULI] : N small advantage/profit;

[COMMODULUM] : ADV fairly suitably, aptly;

[COMMODUM EX INIURIA SUA NEMO HABERE DEBET. ] : PHRASE no person ought to have advantage from his own wrong.

[COMMODUM, COMMODI] : N convenience, advantage, benefit; interest, profit, yield; wages, reward; gift;

[COMMODUM] : ADV just, a very short time before; that/this very minute; even now, at this moment;

[COMMODUM] : convenience, advantage, opportunity, comfort.

[COMMODUM] : profit, favorable condition, requirements.

[COMMODUM] : suitable time, opportunity, convenience, use.

[COMMODUS, COMMODA -UM, COMMODIOR -OR -US, COMMODISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ suitable, convenient, obliging; opportune/timely; favorable/lucky; advantageous;

[COMMODUS, COMMODA -UM, COMMODIOR -OR -US, COMMODISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ standard, full weight/size/measure; desirable, agreeable; good (health/news);

[COMMODUS] : proper, fit, commodius

[COMMODUS] : proper, fit, commodious.

[COMMODUS] : useful.

[COMMOENIO, COMMOENIRE, COMMOENIVI, COMMOENITUS] : V strongly fortify, entrench; strengthen, secure, reinforce;

[COMMOETACULUM, COMMOETACULI] : N small rod carried by flamines/priests and used in sacrifices;

[COMMOLIOR, COMMOLIRI, -, COMMOLITUS SUM] : V set in motion; move with an effort; put together, construct;

[COMMOLLIO, COMMOLLIRE,] : V soften;

[COMMOLO, COMMOLERE, COMMOLUI, COMMOLITUS] : V pound, grind down/thoroughly;

[COMMONEFACIO, COMMONEFACERE, COMMONEFECI, COMMONEFACTUS] : V recall; call to mind; remind (forcibly), warn, admonish; impress upon;

[COMMONEO, COMMONERE, COMMONUI, COMMONITUS] : V remind (forcibly), warn; bring to recollection (l+s); impress upon one;

[COMMONEO] : to impress upon one. to remind.

[COMMONEO] : to remember, recollect.

[COMMONEO] : to remind someone forcibly of somthing.

[COMMONITIO, COMMONITIONIS] : N reminder; earnest reminding (l+s); admonition;

[COMMONITOR, COMMONITORIS] : N one who earnestly reminds;

[COMMONITORIUM, COMMONITORII] : N aide-memoire, writing for reminding; letter of instructions; means of reminding;

[COMMONITORIUS, COMMONITORIA, COMMONITORIUM] : ADJ suitable for reminding;

[COMMONSTRO, COMMONSTRARE, COMMONSTRAVI, COMMONSTRATUS] : V point out (fully/distinctly), show where; make known, declare, reveal;

[COMMORANTES] : inhabitants.

[COMMORATIO, COMMORATIONIS] : N stay (at a place), tarrying, abiding; delay; dwelling on a point; residence;

[COMMORDEO, COMMORDERE, COMMORDI, COMMORSUS] : V bite/snap at; (literally/figuratively); (sharply/eagerly l+s);

[COMMORIOR, COMMORI, -, COMMORTUUS SUM] : V die together/with; work oneself to death (with); perish/be destroyed together;

[COMMORO, COMMORARE, COMMORAVI, COMMORATUS] : V stop/stay/remain, abide; linger, delay; detain, be delayed (menses); dwell on;

[COMMORO] : in loco insidiarum ; to lie in ambush.

[COMMOROR, COMMORARI, -, COMMORATUS SUM] : V stop/stay/remain, abide; linger, delay; detain, be delayed (menses); dwell on;

[COMMOROR] : remain, stay, abide, linger.

[COMMOROR] : to sojourn, remain, inhabit.

[COMMORSICO, COMMORSICARE, COMMORSICAVI, COMMORSICATUS] : V bite all over; devour (with the eyes); bite to pieces (l+s);

[COMMORSITO, COMMORSITARE, COMMORSITAVI, COMMORSITATUS] : V bite all over; devour (with the eyes); bite to pieces (l+s);

[COMMORTALIS, COMMORTALIS, COMMORTALE] : ADJ mortal, common to mortals; 'our mortal';

[COMMOSIS, COMMOSIS] : N 'gumming'; (said to be the first layer in the construction of honeycombs);

[COMMOSTRO, COMMOSTRARE, COMMOSTRAVI, COMMOSTRATUS] : V point out (fully/distinctly), show where; make known, declare, reveal;

[COMMOTIO, COMMOTIONIS] : N excitement, commotion, agitation; the arousing of emotion;

[COMMOTIO] : agitation.

[COMMOTIUNCULA, COMMOTIUNCULAE] : N mild agitation/upset/commotion; slight case of disease, indisposition (l+s);

[COMMOTO, COMMOTARE, COMMOTAVI, COMMOTATUS] : V move very violently; agitate;

[COMMOTOR, COMMOTORIS] : N mover, one who sets in motion;

[COMMOTUS, COMMOTA -UM, COMMOTIOR -OR -US, COMMOTISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ excited, nervous; frenzied/deranged; angry/annoyed; temperamental; tempestuous;

[COMMOTUS, COMMOTUS] : N movement; moving, agitation (l+s);

[COMMOTUS] : disordered, moved.

[COMMOVENS, COMMOVENTIS (GEN.), COMMOVENTIOR -OR -US, COMMOVENTISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ striking; rousing; that causes an impression;

[COMMOVEO, COMMOVERE, COMMOVI, COMMOTUS] : V shake/stir up, agitate; displace, disturb, trouble/worry, upset; jolt; excite;

[COMMOVEO, COMMOVERE, COMMOVI, COMMOTUS] : V waken; provoke; move (money/camp); produce; cause, start (war); raise (point);

[COMMOVEO] : to move violently, disturb, shake / excite, upset.

[COMMOVEO] : to move violently, disturb, shake/ excite, upset.

[COMMUATE] : ADV in an altered/changed manner;

[COMMULCEO, COMMULCERE, COMMULSI, COMMULSUS] : V caress, coax; soothe, please (much); cajole;

[COMMULCO, COMMULCARE, COMMULCAVI, COMMULCATUS] : V beat violently/thoroughly;

[COMMUNALIS, COMMUNALIS, COMMUNALE] : ADJ common, communal, belonging to the community;

[COMMUNDO, COMMUNDARE, COMMUNDAVI, COMMUNDATUS] : V clean/cleanse thoroughly; purify wholly (l+s);

[COMMUNE, COMMUNIS] : N common feature, characteristic, general rule/terms; general; common lot/remedy;

[COMMUNE, COMMUNIS] : N joint/common/public property/rights; public; public places/interests (pl.);

[COMMUNICABILIS, COMMUNICABILIS, COMMUNICABILE] : ADJ communicatable, capable of being communicated;

[COMMUNICABILITAS, COMMUNICABILITATIS] : N communicability;

[COMMUNICABILITER] : ADV in a way capable of being communicated;

[COMMUNICARIUS, COMMUNICARIA, COMMUNICARIUM] : ADJ days on which all the gods were sacrificed to together? (w/dies);

[COMMUNICATIO, COMMUNICATIONIS] : N sharing, imparting; partaking; fellowship; communication; consulting (w/audience

[COMMUNICATOR, COMMUNICATORIS] : N he who makes on a participant in a thing; he who has a part in a thing;

[COMMUNICATUS, COMMUNICATUS] : N intercommunication; participation (l+s);

[COMMUNICEPS, COMMUNNICIPIS] : N fellow citizen (of a municipium/municipality/town); born in the same town (l+s);

[COMMUNICO, COMMUNICARE, COMMUNICAVI, COMMUNICATUS] : V share; share/divide with/out; receive/take a share of; receive; join with;

[COMMUNICO, COMMUNICARE, COMMUNICAVI, COMMUNICATUS] : V communicate, discuss, impart; make common cause; take common counsel, consult;

[COMMUNICO] : to share.

[COMMUNICOR, COMMUNICARI, -, COMMUNICATUS SUM] : V share; share/divide with/out; receive/take a share of; receive; join with;

[COMMUNIO, COMMUNIONIS] : N community, mutual participation; association; sharing; fellowship; communion;

[COMMUNIO, COMMUNIRE, COMMUNIVI, COMMUNITUS] : V fortify strongly, entrench, barricade; strengthen, secure, reinforce;

[COMMUNIS, COMMUNIS, COMMUNE] : ADJ neutral, impartial (mars); applicable on either side; same form for two cases;

[COMMUNIS, COMMUNIS, COMMUNE] : ADJ common/joint/public; general/universal; ordinary; sociable, courteous; related;

[COMMUNIS] : common, general, run of the mill.

[COMMUNITAS, COMMUNITATIS] : N joint possession/use/participation, partnership; fellowship; community, kinship;

[COMMUNITER] : ADV in common, commonly; in joint action; indiscriminately; generally, ordinarily;

[COMMUNITIO, COMMUNITIONIS] : N fortification; building up (of a road); making/preparing (of a way) (l+s);

[COMMUNITUS] : ADV jointly, as a group;

[COMMURMURATIO, COMMURMURATIONIS] : N buzz, hum, murmur, confused noise of talking; general murmuring (l+s);

[COMMURMURO, COMMURMURARE, COMMURMURAVI, COMMURMURATUS] : V mutter, murmur; rumble; chatter/twitter (birds);

[COMMURMUROR, COMMURMURARI, -, COMMURMURATUS SUM] : V mutter, murmur; rumble; chatter/twitter (birds);

[COMMURO, COMMURERE, COMMUSSI, COMMUSTUS] : V burn up/away; (w/love); consume/destroy w/fire; reduce to ash, cremate; scald;

[COMMUTABILIS, COMMUTABILIS, COMMUTABILE] : ADJ changeable/variable; liable to change/reversal; plastic; adaptable (by adversary

[COMMUTATIO, COMMUTATIONIS] : N change, reversal; upheaval; alteration; exchange, substitution; interchange;

[COMMUTATUS, COMMUTATUS] : N change; alteration;

[COMMUTO, COMMUTARE, COMMUTAVI, COMMUTATUS] : V change; alter wholly, rearrange, replace; transform; exchange, barter, sell;

[COMO, COMARE,] : V be furnished/covered with hair; clothe/deck with hair/something hair-like;

[COMO, COMERE, COMPSI, COMPTUS] : V arrange/do (hair); adorn, make beautiful; embellish; arrange in order, set out;

[COMO, COMERE, COMSI, COMTUS] : V arrange/do (hair); adorn, make beautiful; embellish; arrange in order, set out;

[COMOEDIA, COMOEDIAE] : N comedy (as form of drama/literature; comedy (a work/play) ;

[COMOEDICE] : ADV in a manner appropriate to comedy; as in comedy (l+s);

[COMOEDICUS, COMOEDICA, COMOEDICUM] : ADJ comic, of comedy, pertaining to a comedy;

[COMOEDUS, COMOEDA, COMOEDUM] : ADJ that performs in comedy; given to acting (l+s); of/pertaining to comedy, comic;

[COMOEDUS, COMOEDI] : N comedian; comic actor;

[COMOINIS, COMOINIS, COMOINE] : ADJ common/joint/public; general/universal; ordinary; sociable, courteous; related;

[COMOINIS, COMOINIS, COMOINE] : ADJ neutral, impartial (mars); applicable on either side; same form for two cases;

[COMOSUS, COMOSA, COMOSUM] : ADJ having long or abundant hair; having many leaves (plant), leafy;

[COMPACISCOR, COMPACISCI, -, COMPACTUS SUM] : V make an agreement/arrangement/compact;

[COMPACISCOR] : agreed upon.

[COMPACO, COMPACARE, COMPACAVI, COMPACATUS] : V bring to peace;

[COMPACTA] : covenanted.

[COMPACTICIUS, COMPACTICIA, COMPACTICIUM] : ADJ agreed upon;

[COMPACTILIS, COMPACTILIS, COMPACTILE] : ADJ joined, fastened/fitted/pressed/joined together; thick-set, compact;

[COMPACTIO, COMPACTIONIS] : N framework, structure; act/action of fitting/joining together;

[COMPACTITIUS, COMPACTITIA, COMPACTITIUM] : ADJ agreed upon;

[COMPACTIVUS, COMPACTIVA, COMPACTIVUM] : ADJ suitable for joining;

[COMPACTOR] : constructor.

[COMPACTUM, COMPACTI] : N agreement/compact; (abl compacto => according to/in accordance with agreement);

[COMPACTURA, COMPACTURAE] : N act/action of fitting/joining together;

[COMPACTUS, COMPACTA, COMPACTUM] : ADJ joined/fastened together, united; close-packed, firm, thick; well-set, compact;

[COMPAEDAGOGITA, COMPAEDAGOGITAE] : N fellow member of a paedagogium (training establishment for slave boys); (m l+s);

[COMPAEDAGOGIUS, COMPAEDAGOGII] : N fellow member of a paedagogium (training establishment for slave boys);

[COMPAGANUS, COMPAGANI] : N fellow villager, inhabitant of the same village;

[COMPAGES, COMPAGIS] : N action of binding together, fastening; bond, tie; joint; structure, framework;

[COMPAGES] : structure.

[COMPAGINA, COMPAGINAE] : N joining together, combination; (peculiar to the agrimensores/land surveyors);

[COMPAGINATIO, COMPAGINATIONIS] : N joining; joint;

[COMPAGINO, COMPAGINARE, COMPAGINAVI, COMPAGINATUS] : V join together; border upon; (fields);

[COMPAGO, COMPAGINIS] : N fact/action of binding together, fastening; structure, framework;

[COMPAGUS, COMPAGI] : N fellow member of a pagus (country district/community); (as a cult-title);

[COMPALPO, COMPALPARE, COMPALPAVI, COMPALPATUS] : V stroke, caress;

[COMPAR, (GEN.), COMPARIS] : ADJ equal, equal to; like, similar, resembling; suitable, matching, corresponding;

[COMPAR, COMPARIS] : N fellow, partner, equal; comrade; husband/wife; pair (of animals also), mate;

[COMPAR, COMPARIS] : N sentence containing clauses of roughly the same number of syllables;

[COMPAR] : companion.

[COMPARABILIS, COMPARABILIS, COMPARABILE] : ADJ similar, comparable;

[COMPARATE] : ADV comparatively; in/by comparison (l+s);

[COMPARATIO, COMPARATIONIS] : N preparation, making ready; procuring, provision; arrangement, settlement;

[COMPARATIO, COMPARATIONIS] : N construction; material/constituent; combination/conjunction; relation (position)

[COMPARATIO, COMPARATIONIS] : N comparison, weighing of merits; plea from the greater good; comparative degree;

[COMPARATIVE] : ADV in a comparative sense;

[COMPARATIVUS, COMPARATIVA, COMPARATIVUM] : ADJ based on/involving consideration of relative merits; comparative;

[COMPARATOR, COMPARATORIS] : N buyer/purchaser, dealer; comparer (l+s);

[COMPARATUS, COMPARATUS] : N proportion; relation (l+s);

[COMPARCO, COMPARCERE, COMPARSI, COMPARSUS] : V save, husband well, lay up; forbear/abstain/refrain from (w/inf), spare (w/dat);

[COMPARCO, COMPARCERE, COMPEPERCI, COMPARSUS] : V save, husband well, lay up; forbear/abstain/refrain from (w/inf), spare (w/dat);

[COMPARCO, COMPARCERE, COMPARCUI, COMPARSUS] : V save, husband well, lay up; forbear/abstain/refrain from (w/inf), spare (w/dat);

[compare to saxifraga's meaning] Pliny, p. 365

[compare to saxifragia's meaning] p. 365

[COMPAREO, COMPARERE, COMPARUI] : V appear/come in sight; be visible/present/in evidence/clearly stated/forthcoming;

[COMPARILIS, COMPARILIS, COMPARILE] : ADJ equal, like;

[COMPARO, COMPARARE, COMPARAVI, COMPARATUS] : V prepare; provide; compose; collect, get together/hold of; raise (force); unite;

[COMPARO, COMPARARE, COMPARAVI, COMPARATUS] : V place together, match, couple, pair; set/pit against; treat as equal; compare;

[COMPARO, COMPARARE, COMPARAVI, COMPARATUS] : V set up/establish/institute; arrange, dispose, settle; buy, acquire, secure;

[COMPARO] : to compare.

[COMPARTICEPS, (GEN.), COMPARTICIPIS] : ADJ partaking/participating together;

[COMPARTIOR, COMPARTI,] : V share; divide something with one (l+s); (pass) be made partaker of;

[COMPARTURIO, COMPARTURIRE, COMPARTURIVI, COMPARTURITUS] : V be associated in childbirth with any one;

[COMPASCO, COMPASCERE, COMPAVI, COMPASTUS] : V pasture (cattle) on common land; feed up/together; use as cattle food; eat;

[COMPASCUA, COMPASCUAE] : N common pasture/land; pasture possessed/used in common;

[COMPASCUUM, COMPASCUI] : N common pasture/land (pl.); pasture possessed/used in common;

[COMPASCUUS, COMPASCUA, COMPASCUUM] : ADJ common pasture (land); right of common pasturage; grazed on/sharing a pasture;

[COMPASSIBILIS, COMPASSIBILIS, COMPASSIBILE] : ADJ suffering with one;

[COMPASSIO, COMPASSIONIS] : N fellow-feeling, fellow-suffering; sympathy;

[COMPASTOR, COMPASTORIS] : N fellow herdsman;

[COMPATER] : the godfather of a man's child.

[COMPATIOR, COMPATI, -, COMPASSUS SUM] : V suffer with one; pity, have compassion, feel pity;

[COMPATIOR] : to suffer with one, feel pity, have compassion.

[COMPATRIOTA, COMPATRIOTAE] : N compatriot, fellow countryman;

[COMPATRONUS, COMPATRONI] : N co-patron (one who has joined in manumitting a slave);

[COMPAUPER, COMPAUPERIS] : N fellow-pauper;

[COMPAVESCO, COMPAVESCERE,] : V become very afraid/full of fear/thoroughly terrified;

[COMPAVIO, COMPAVIRE, -, COMPAVITUS] : V trample on; beat (l+s);

[COMPAVITUS, COMPAVITA, COMPAVITUM] : ADJ trampled upon; beaten (l+s);

[COMPECCATOR, COMPECCATORIS] : N fellow-sinner;

[COMPECCO, COMPECCARE, COMPECCAVI, COMPECCATUS] : V err/sin/commit a fault together;

[COMPECISCOR, COMPECISCI, -, COMPECTUS SUM] : V make an agreement/arrangement/compact;

[COMPECTUM, COMPECTI] : N agreement/compact; (abl compacto => according to/in accordance with agreement);

[COMPEDAGOGITA, COMPEDAGOGITAE] : N fellow member of a paedagogium (training establishment for slave boys); (m l+s);

[COMPEDAGOGIUS, COMPEDAGOGII] : N fellow member of a paedagogium (training establishment for slave boys);

[COMPEDIO, COMPEDIRE, COMPEDIVI, COMPEDITUS] : V shackle, fetter; put fetters on;

[COMPEDITUS, COMPEDITI] : N fettered slave;

[COMPEDITUS, COMPEDITA, COMPEDITUM] : ADJ that wears fetters/shackles;

[COMPEDUS, COMPEDA, COMPEDUM] : ADJ that fetters or restrains; fettering, shackling (l+s);

[COMPELLATIO, COMPELLATIONIS] : N action of addressing/apostrophizing (aside to person)/reproaching, reproof;

[COMPELLO, COMPELLARE, COMPELLAVI, COMPELLATUS] : V address, accost, speak to, call upon; appeal to; challenge; chide/rebuke; accuse

[COMPELLO, COMPELLERE, COMPULI, COMPULSUS] : V drive together (cattle), round up; force, compel, impel, drive; squeeze; gnash;

[COMPELLO] : to drive together, collect, force, compel.

[COMPELLO] : to to urge, address, speak to.

[COMPENDIARIA, COMPENDIARIAE] : N short/quick route, short cut; quick/easy method, short cut;

[COMPENDIARIUM, COMPENDIARI(I)] : N short/quick route, short cut; fitment in a granary;

[COMPENDIARIUS, COMPENDIARIA, COMPENDIARIUM] : ADJ short/quick (of routes);

[COMPENDIO, COMPENDIARE, COMPENDIAVI, COMPENDIATUS] : V shorten, abridge (sermon); shorten/cut short (life), kill;

[COMPENDIOSE, COMPENDIOSIUS, COMPENDIOSISSIME] : ADV briefly, shortly, compendiously;

[COMPENDIOSE] : briefly.

[COMPENDIOSUS, COMPENDIOSA, COMPENDIOSUM] : ADJ profitable, advantageous; short/quick (route); compendious, succinct, short;

[COMPENDIUM, COMPENDI(I)] : N gain, profit; sparing/saving; abridgement, compendium; shorthand; a short cut;

[COMPENDO, COMPENDERE, COMPEPENDI, COMPENSUS] : V weigh/balance together;

[COMPENSATIO, COMPENSATIONIS] : N balancing of items in account, offsetting; weighing/balancing (of factors);

[COMPENSATIVUS, COMPENSATIVA, COMPENSATIVUM] : ADJ serving for compensation;

[COMPENSATO] : ADV with compensation/reward;

[COMPENSO, COMPENSARE, COMPENSAVI, COMPENSATUS] : V balance/weigh, offset; get rid of; make good, compensate; save/secure; short cut

[COMPERCO, COMPERCERE, COMPERSI, COMPERSUS] : V save, husband well, lay up; forbear/abstain/refrain from (w/inf), spare (w/dat);

[COMPERCO, COMPERCERE, COMPERCUI, COMPERSUS] : V save, husband well, lay up; forbear/abstain/refrain from (w/inf), spare (w/dat);

[COMPEREGRINUS, COMPEREGRINI] : N fellow-stranger;

[COMPERENDINATIO, COMPERENDINATIONIS] : N adjournment of a trial for two days; (to third day following or later l+s);

[COMPERENDINATUS, COMPERENDINATUS] : N adjournment of a trial for two days; (to third day following or later l+s);

[COMPERENDINO, COMPERENDINARE, COMPERENDINAVI, COMPERENDINATUS] : V adjourn the trial of a person; adjourn a trial; (for two days or later);

[COMPERENDINUS, COMPERENDINA, COMPERENDINUM] : ADJ on which an adjourned trial is resumed (of a day);

[COMPEREO, COMPERIRE, COMPERIVI(II), COMPERITUS] : V perish together;

[COMPERIO, COMPERIRE, COMPERI, COMPERTUS] : V learn/discover/find (by investigation); verify/know for certain; find guilty;

[COMPERIO] : to disclose fully, find out with certainty, lay open.

[COMPERIO] : to learn, find out, ascertain.

[COMPERIO] : to learn, find out.

[COMPERIOR, COMPERIRI, -, COMPERTUS SUM] : V learn/discover/find (by investigation); verify/know for certain; find guilty;

[COMPERNIS, COMPERNIS, COMPERNE] : ADJ having the thighs close together; knock-kneed (l+s);

[COMPERPETUUS, COMPERPETUA, COMPERPETUUM] : ADJ co-eternal;

[COMPERTE, COMPERTIUS, COMPERTISSIME] : ADV on good authority, on reliable information/intelligence; informedly;

[COMPERTE] : on good authority.

[COMPERTUM, COMPERTI] : N ascertained/proved/verified fact, certainty; (pro ~o => as certain/for a fact);

[COMPERTUS, COMPERTA, COMPERTUM] : ADJ ascertained, proved, verified; (res ~ => fact); (male ~ => bad character);

[COMPERTUS, COMPERTUS] : N experience, personal knowledge;

[COMPERTUSIO, COMPERTUSIONIS] : N joint tunneling operation;

[COMPES, COMPEDIS] : N shackles (for feet) (usu. pl.), fetters; things impeding movement; chains;

[COMPES] : fetters.

[COMPESCO, COMPESCERE, COMPESCUI] : V restrain, check; quench; curb, confine, imprison; hold in check; block, close;

[COMPESCO] : to restrain.

[COMPESCOR] : to fasten together, hold in check, restrain, curb

[COMPESCOR] : to fasten together, hold in check, curb.

[COMPESCOR] : to suppress, repress, check, restrain.

[COMPETAL, COMPETALIS] : N priest of the lares compitales/rural gods (worshiped at crossroads);

[COMPETALIS, COMPETALIS, COMPETALE] : ADJ associated with/worshiped at the cross-roads;

[COMPETENS, (GEN.), COMPETENTIS] : ADJ agreeing with, corresponding to, proper/appropriate/suitable; competent (legal);

[COMPETENTER, COMPETENTIUS, COMPETENTISSIME] : ADV suitably, appositely; properly, becomingly;

[COMPETENTIA, COMPETENTIAE] : N correspondence; proportion; symmetry (l+s); meeting, agreement; conjunction;

[COMPETENTIA] : agreement.

[COMPETITIO, COMPETITIONIS] : N agreement; judicial demand; rivalry, competition;

[COMPETITOR, COMPETITORIS] : N rival, competitor; other candidate for office; rival claimant (to throne);

[COMPETITRIX, COMPETITRICIS] : N rival, competitor (female); other candidate for office; rival claimant;

[COMPETO, COMPETERE, COMPETIVI, COMPETITUS] : V be sound/capable/applicable/relevant/sufficient/adequate/competent/admissible;

[COMPETO, COMPETERE, COMPETIVI, COMPETITUS] : V meet; happen at same time, coincide; agree; be candidate/face (death) together;

[COMPETO] : to be appropriate, suitable, fit.

[COMPETUM, COMPETI] : N cross-roads (usu. pl.), junction; people/shrine at crossroads; point of choice;

[COMPILATIO, COMPILATIONIS] : N burglary; raking together, pillaging/plundering (l+s); compilation (document);

[COMPILATOR, COMPILATORIS] : N plunderer; imitator (literary); plagiarizer; (compiler/anthologist?);

[COMPILO, COMPILARE, COMPILAVI, COMPILATUS] : V rob/pillage, snatch; steal from (another author)/plagiarize; beat up thoroughly;

[COMPINGO, COMPINGERE, COMPINXI, COMPICTUS] : V disguise, cover, paint over;

[COMPINGO, COMPINGERE, COMPEGI, COMPACTUS] : V join/fix/attach; bind together; build/construct/compose; put/shut away, confine;

[COMPINGUESCO, COMPINGUESCERE,] : V thicken to a solid substance;

[COMPITAL, COMPITALIS] : N priest of the lares compitales/rural gods (worshiped at crossroads);

[COMPITALICIUS, COMPITALICIA, COMPITALICIUM] : ADJ associated with the cross-roads; of the compitalia festival of the lares;

[COMPITALIS, COMPITALIS, COMPITALE] : ADJ associated with/worshiped at the cross-roads;

[COMPITALITIUS, COMPITALITIA, COMPITALITIUM] : ADJ associated with the cross-roads; of the compitalia festival of the lares;

[COMPITALIUM, COMPITALI(I)] : N festival celebrated at the cross-roads in honor of the lares/rural gods (pl.);

[COMPITENSIS, COMPITENSIS, COMPITENSE] : ADJ adjoining/sharing the same crossroads/road junction;

[COMPITUM, COMPITI] : N cross-roads (usu. pl.), junction; people/shrine at crossroads; point of choice;

[COMPITUM] : cross-road.

[COMPITUS, COMPITI] : N cross-roads (usu. pl.), junction; people/shrine at crossroads; point of choice;

[COMPLACEO, COMPLACERE, COMPLACUI, COMPLACITUS] : V please, take the fancy of, capture the affections of, be acceptable/agreed to;

[COMPLACEO] : to be very pleasing to.

[COMPLACITUS, COMPLACITA, COMPLACITUM] : ADJ pleased; favorable;

[COMPLACITUS] : favorable.

[COMPLACO, COMPLACARE, COMPLACAVI, COMPLACATUS] : V conciliate (greatly), placate; win the sympathy of;

[COMPLANATOR, COMPLANATORIS] : N thing/one that makes smooth/level; (toothpaste);

[COMPLANO, COMPLANARE, COMPLANAVI, COMPLANATUS] : V make (ground) level/flat; smooth out (trouble); pull down, raze to the ground;

[COMPLANTATIO, COMPLANTATIONIS] : N a planting;

[COMPLANTO, COMPLANTARE, COMPLANTAVI, COMPLANTATUS] : V plant together;

[COMPLATONICUS, COMPLATONICI] : N fellow-platonist;

[COMPLAUDO, COMPLAUDERE, COMPLAUSI, COMPLAUSUS] : V applaud together/enthusiastically;

[COMPLECTEO, COMPLECTERE, COMPLEXI, COMPLEXUS] : V lay hold of, grip; seize; grasp, take in/up; sum up; include in scope, cover;

[COMPLECTO, COMPLECTERE, COMPLEXI, COMPLEXUS] : V lay hold of, grip; seize; grasp, take in/up; sum up; include in scope, cover;

[COMPLECTO, COMPLECTERE, COMPLEXI, COMPLEXUS] : V embrace, hug; welcome; encircle, encompass; attain; include, bring in, involve;

[COMPLECTOR, COMPLECTI, -, COMPLEXUS SUM] : V embrace, hug; welcome; encircle, encompass; attain; include, bring in, involve;

[COMPLECTOR, COMPLECTI, -, COMPLEXUS SUM] : V lay hold of, grip; seize; grasp, take in/up; sum up; include in scope, cover;

[COMPLECTOR] : compass.

[COMPLECTUS] : embrace, grasp.

[COMPLEMENTUM, COMPLEMENTI] : N complement, something that fills out/up or completes;

[COMPLEO, COMPLERE, COMPLEVI, COMPLETUS] : V finish, complete, perfect; make pregnant; fulfill, make up, complete, satisfy;

[COMPLEO, COMPLERE, COMPLEVI, COMPLETUS] : V fill (up/in); be big enough to fill; occupy space, crowd; furnish/supply/man;

[COMPLEO] : to fill up, man, bring up to strength, fulfil.

[COMPLEO] : to finish, complete.

[COMPLEO] : to finish. completion of a course.

[COMPLETIO, COMPLETIONIS] : N filling, filling up; fulfillment;

[COMPLETIVUS, COMPLETIVA, COMPLETIVUM] : ADJ serving for filling up, completive;

[COMPLETOR, COMPLETORIS] : N one who fills up; fulfiller; (jesus);

[COMPLETORIUM, COMPLETORII] : N service of prayers at the close of the day;

[COMPLETUS, COMPLETA -UM, COMPLETIOR -OR -US, COMPLETISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ complete, round off; filled full, full (l+s); perfect;

[COMPLEX, (GEN.), COMPLICIS] : ADJ closely connected with one, confederate, participant;

[COMPLEX] : confederate.

[COMPLEXIO, COMPLEXIONIS] : N encircling; combination, association, connection; summary, resume; dilemma;

[COMPLEXIVUS, COMPLEXIVA, COMPLEXIVUM] : ADJ connective, conjunctive; (grammar); serving for connecting (l+s);

[COMPLEXO] : encompass, embrace

[COMPLEXOR, COMPLEXARI, -, COMPLEXATUS SUM] : V embrace closely;

[COMPLEXUS, COMPLEXUS] : N surrounding, encompassing, encircling; clasp, grasp, hold, embrace; inclusion;

[COMPLEXUS, COMPLEXUS] : N sexual intercourse (w/venerius/femineus); hand-to-hand fighting; stranglehold;

[COMPLICABILIS, COMPLICABILIS, COMPLICABILE] : ADJ that may be folded together;

[COMPLICATIO, COMPLICATIONIS] : N folding together, enveloping; multiplication;

[COMPLICO, COMPLICARE, COMPLICUI, COMPLICITUS] : V fold/tie up/together; roll/curl/double up, wind (round); involve; bend at joint;

[COMPLICO, COMPLICARE, COMPLICAVI, COMPLICATUS] : V fold/tie up/together; roll/curl/double up, wind (round); involve; bend at joint;

[COMPLICO] : to fold together

[COMPLICO] : to fold together.

[COMPLODO, COMPLODERE, COMPLOSI, COMPLOSUS] : V clap/strike (the hands) together, applaud (enthusiastically/with emotion);

[COMPLORATIO, COMPLORATIONIS] : N lamentation, (vocal) mourning; loud/violent complaint/bemoaning/bewailing (l+s);

[COMPLORATUS, COMPLORATUS] : N lamentation, (vocal) mourning; loud/violent complaint/bemoaning/bewailing (l+s);

[COMPLORO, COMPLORARE, COMPLORAVI, COMPLORATUS] : V bewail, bemoan; lament loudly/together/violently; despair of; morn for;

[COMPLUIT, COMPLUERE, COMPLUIT] : V rain-water runs/flows together/collects; it rains upon (l+s);

[COMPLUOR, COMPLUI, -, COMPLUTUS SUM] : V be rained upon;

[COMPLURIENS] : ADV several/many times, a good number of times; more than once;

[COMPLURIMUS, COMPLURIMA, COMPLURIMUM] : ADJ a great many (pl.), very many;

[COMPLUS, (GEN.), COMPLURIS] : ADJ many (pl.), several, a fair/good number; more than one (l+s);

[COMPLUS, COMPLURIS] : N many/several things/items(pl.), a fair/good number of things;

[COMPLUS, COMPLURIS] : N many/several people/men(pl.), a fair/good number of people;

[COMPLUSCULUS, COMPLUSCULA, COMPLUSCULUM] : ADJ several (pl.), more than one; a good many (l+s);

[COMPLUSICULE] : ADV fairly/pretty often, not infrequently;

[COMPLUTOR, COMPLUTORIS] : N he who gives rain/who waters;

[COMPLUVIATUS, COMPLUVIATA, COMPLUVIATUM] : ADJ shaped/square like a compluvium/inward-sloping roof; of vines on such frame;

[COMPLUVIUM, COMPLUVII] : N inward-sloping central roof (guides rainwater to cistern); like frame for vines;

[COMPONDERANS, (GEN.), COMPONDANTIS] : ADJ weighing;

[COMPONO, COMPONERE, COMPOSUI, COMPOSITUS] : V compare; place/put/add/collect together, collate; match (up); store/hoard; calm;

[COMPONO, COMPONERE, COMPOSUI, COMPOSITUS] : V construct, build; arrange, compile, compose, make up; organize, order; settle;

[COMPONO] : to adjust,

[COMPONO] : to put together, compose.

[COMPORTATIO, COMPORTATIONIS] : N transportation; bringing/carrying together (l+s);

[COMPORTIONALIS, COMPORTIONALIS, COMPORTIONALE] : ADJ between the boundaries of possessions/property (w/termmi/limits);

[COMPORTO, COMPORTARE, COMPORTAVI, COMPORTATUS] : V carry, transport, bring in, convey (to market); bring together; amass, collect;

[COMPOS, (GEN.), COMPOTIS] : ADJ in possession/control/mastery of; sharing, guilty of, afflicted with; granted;

[COMPOSCENS, (GEN.), COMPOSCENTIS] : ADJ demanding at the same time;

[COMPOSITE, COMPOSITIUS, COMPOSITISSIME] : ADV in orderly/skillful/well arranged/composed way; deliberately/regularly/properly;

[COMPOSITICIUS, COMPOSITICIA, COMPOSITICIUM] : ADJ compound (words);

[COMPOSITIO, COMPOSITIONIS] : N agreement, pact; mixture (medicine); composition (music/prose); storing;

[COMPOSITIO, COMPOSITIONIS] : N arrangement, combination; pairing/matching; order, sequence, structure; union;

[COMPOSITIO] : composition, agreement, pact/ arrangement.

[COMPOSITITIUS, COMPOSITITIA, COMPOSITITIUM] : ADJ compound (words);

[COMPOSITIVUS, COMPOSITIVA, COMPOSITIVUM] : ADJ suitable for uniting, compositive;

[COMPOSITO] : ADV by prearrangement; concertedly;

[COMPOSITOR, COMPOSITORIS] : N writer, composer; orderer, arranger, disposer, maker (l+s);

[COMPOSITUM, COMPOSITI] : N made-up/compound medicine; (ex/de ~o => by pre-arrangement); agreement/compact;

[COMPOSITUM, COMPOSITI] : N settled/peaceful situation (pl.), security, law and order;

[COMPOSITURA, COMPOSITURAE] : N assembling/fitting together; structure/assemblage; combination (words), syntax;

[COMPOSITUS, COMPOSITA -UM, COMPOSITIOR -OR -US, COMPOSITISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ prepared/ready/fit, suitable/trained/qualified; calm, peaceful; mature, sedate;

[COMPOSITUS, COMPOSITA -UM, COMPOSITIOR -OR -US, COMPOSITISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ well-arranged/ordered, regular, matching; made up of several parts, compound;

[COMPOSITUS] : orderly, matching, made up of pieces.

[COMPOSSESSOR, COMPOSSESSORIS] : N joint-possessor;

[COMPOSTURA, COMPOSTURAE] : N assembling/fitting together; structure/assemblage; combination (words), syntax;

[COMPOSTUS, COMPOSTA -UM, COMPOSTIOR -OR -US, COMPOSTISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ well-arranged/ordered, regular, matching; made up of several parts, compound;

[COMPOSTUS, COMPOSTA -UM, COMPOSTIOR -OR -US, COMPOSTISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ prepared/ready/fit, suitable/trained/qualified; calm, peaceful; mature, sedate;

[composus] to put together, compose.

[COMPOTATIO, COMPOTATIONIS] : N drinking party; (translation of the greek); a drink/drinking together (l+s);

[COMPOTENS, (GEN.), COMPOTENTIS] : ADJ that is able (to grant a prayer); having power with one (epithet of diana l+s);

[COMPOTIO, COMPOTIRE, COMPOTIVI, COMPOTITUS] : V put in possession of, make partaker of; (pass) attain; obtain, come into (l+s);

[COMPOTO, COMPOTARE, COMPOTAVI, COMPOTATUS] : V drink together;

[COMPOTOR, COMPOTORIS] : N drinking-companion/buddy;

[COMPOTRIX, COMPOTRICIS] : N drinking-companion (female); (bar girl?);

[COMPOTUS] : computus ; calculation, reckoning.

[COMPRAECIDO, COMPRAECIDERE, COMPRAECIDI, COMPRAECISUS] : V cut each other off; cut off at the same time (?) (l+s);

[COMPRAES, COMPRAEDIS] : N joint-surety;

[COMPRANSOR, COMPRANSORIS] : N table-companion; companion at a banquet; boon companion (l+s);

[COMPRECATIO, COMPRECATIONIS] : N public supplication or prayers; common imploring of a deity (l+s);

[COMPRECOR, COMPRECARI, -, COMPRECATUS SUM] : V implore, invoke (gods); supplicate, pray that; pray for; pray to;

[COMPREHENDIBILIS, COMPREHENDIBILIS, COMPREHENDIBILE] : ADJ comprehensible, able to be grasped by the senses/intellect; that can be seized;

[COMPREHENDO, COMPREHENDERE, COMPREHENDI, COMPREHENSUS] : V embrace; include/cover/deal with (in speech/law); express (by term/symbol);

[COMPREHENDO, COMPREHENDERE, COMPREHENDI, COMPREHENSUS] : V catch/seize/grasp firmly; arrest; take hold/root/fire, ignite; conceive (baby);

[COMPREHENDO] : to embrace, take firmly, include, seize.

[COMPREHENDO] : to grasp, take together, unite / comprehend.

[COMPREHENDO] : to grasp, take together, unite/ comprehend.

[COMPREHENDO] : to seize, arrest, take prisoner, catch red-handed.

[COMPREHENDO] : to to gather together, apprehend.

[COMPREHENSIBILIS, COMPREHENSIBILIS, COMPREHENSIBILE] : ADJ comprehensible, able to be grasped by the senses/intellect; that can be seized;

[COMPREHENSIO, COMPREHENSIONIS] : N arrest, grasping; comprehension, understanding; classifying; idea, perception;

[COMPREHENSIO, COMPREHENSIONIS] : N comprehensive argument; dilemma; region, zone; scope, range; grouping (words);

[COMPREHENSIVUS, COMPREHENSIVA, COMPREHENSIVUM] : ADJ comprehensive, conceivable;

[COMPREHENSO, COMPREHENSARE, COMPREHENSAVI, COMPREHENSATUS] : V seize in an embrace; embrace, hug;

[COMPRENDO, COMPRENDERE, COMPRENDI, COMPRENSUS] : V embrace; include/cover/deal with (in speech/law); express (by term/symbol);

[COMPRENDO, COMPRENDERE, COMPRENDI, COMPRENSUS] : V catch/seize/grasp firmly; arrest; take hold/root/fire, ignite; conceive (baby);

[COMPRENSIO, COMPRENSIONIS] : N arrest, grasping; comprehension, understanding; classifying; idea, perception;

[COMPRENSIO, COMPRENSIONIS] : N comprehensive argument; dilemma; region, zone; scope, range; grouping (words);

[COMPRESBYTER, COMPRESBYTERI] : N fellow-presbyter;

[COMPRESSE, COMPRESSIUS, COMPRESSISSIME] : ADV briefly, succinctly, in a compressed manner; urgently, pressingly, insistently;

[COMPRESSIO, COMPRESSIONIS] : N squeezing, compression; sexual embrace, copulation; abridging, compression;

[COMPRESSO, COMPRESSARE, COMPRESSAVI, COMPRESSATUS] : V press; oppress;

[COMPRESSOR, COMPRESSORIS] : N ravisher, rapist; one who presses/compresses (l+s);

[COMPRESSUS, COMPRESSA -UM, COMPRESSIOR -OR -US, COMPRESSISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ constricted/narrow/pressed together; bound/tight (bowels), constipated, binding;

[COMPRESSUS, COMPRESSUS] : N compression, pressure; closing, pressing together; sexual intercourse (of a man)

[COMPRIMENS, (GEN.), COMPRIMENTIS] : ADJ astringent;

[COMPRIMO, COMPRIMERE, COMPRESSI, COMPRESSUS] : V press/squeeze together, fold, crush; hem/shut/keep/hold in; copulate (male);

[COMPRIMO, COMPRIMERE, COMPRESSI, COMPRESSUS] : V suppress/control/stifle/frustrate/subdue/cow, put down; hold breath; silence;

[COMPRIMO] : to hold back, hinder, keep to oneself.

[COMPROBATIO, COMPROBATIONIS] : N approval;

[COMPROBATOR, COMPROBATORIS] : N approver;

[COMPROBO, COMPROBARE, COMPROBAVI, COMPROBATUS] : V approve, accept, sanction, ratify; prove, justify, confirm, attest, bear out;

[COMPROBO] : to approve fully/ to confirm, prove, establish.

[COMPROMISSARIUS, COMPROMISSARIA, COMPROMISSARIUM] : ADJ accepted as arbitrator by both parties (judge w/iudex); of arbitration;

[COMPROMISSUM, COMPROMISSI] : N joint undertaking guaranteed by deposit of money to abide by arbitration;

[COMPROMITTO, COMPROMITTERE, COMPROMISI, COMPROMISSUS] : V enter into agreement to submit to arbitration/arbiter; agree to pay award;

[COMPROMITTO] : to agree to refer to arbitration, or an arbitrator.

[COMPROVINCIALIS, COMPROVINCIALIS, COMPROVINCIALE] : ADJ born in the same province;

[COMPROVINCIALIS] : born in the same province.

[COMPTE, COMPTIUS, COMPTISSIME] : ADV neatly, elegantly, in a well arrange manner; with ornament (l+s);

[COMPTE] : elegantly, with ornament.

[COMPTIONALIS, COMPTIONALIS, COMPTIONALE] : ADJ of a mock/sham sale/marriage; (~ senex => one used in such); poor, worthless;

[COMPTOR, COMPTORIS] : N one who adorns; (hairdresser?);

[COMPTULUS, COMPTULA, COMPTULUM] : ADJ elegantly dressed; luxuriously decked (l+s);

[COMPTUS, COMPTA -UM, COMPTIOR -OR -US, COMPTISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ adorned/decorated, dressed/arranged/brushed (hair), smart; ornate/embellished;

[COMPTUS, COMPTA -UM, COMPTIOR -OR -US, COMPTISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ elegant (writing/writers), neat, in order, polished, smoothed;

[COMPTUS, COMPTA, COMPTUM] : ADJ adorned/ornamented/decked (hair); embellished, elegant/neat/pointed (discourse);

[COMPTUS, COMPTUS] : N union, conjunction; head-dress, hairband; adornment; well dressed hair (pl.);

[COMPTUS] : a head-dress, a hairband.

[COMPUGNATIA, COMPUGNATIAE] : N a fighting together/with;

[COMPUGNO, COMPUGNARE, COMPUGNAVI, COMPUGNATUS] : V fight together/with; struggle together (in argument);

[COMPULSAMENTUM, COMPULSAMENTI] : N impelling; exhortation;

[COMPULSATIO, COMPULSATIONIS] : N contest, contention, (hostile) pressing together;

[COMPULSIO, COMPULSIONIS] : N compulsion; (legal); urging (l+s)] : dunning; constraint;

[COMPULSO, COMPULSARE, COMPULSAVI, COMPULSATUS] : V batter, pound;

[COMPULSOR, COMPULSORIS] : N driver (of cattle); one who asks/forces a payment, exactor of money; (goon?);

[COMPULSUS, COMPULSUS] : N striking together (hostile);

[COMPUNCTIO, COMPUNCTIONIS] : N puncture, prick; remorse, sting/prick of conscience;

[COMPUNCTORIUS, COMPUNCTORIA, COMPUNCTORIUM] : ADJ admonitory; hortatory;

[COMPUNCTUS, COMPUNCTA, COMPUNCTUM] : ADJ aroused, pricked; inspired; feeling remorse, remorseful;

[COMPUNGO, COMPUNGERE, COMPUNXI, COMPUNCTUS] : V cause repentance; feel remorse/contrition; inspire w/devotion; (pass) repent;

[COMPUNGO, COMPUNGERE, COMPUNXI, COMPUNCTUS] : V prick, puncture (thoroughly); goad, stimulate; mark with points, tatoo;

[COMPURGATIO, COMPURGATIONIS] : N complete purification;

[COMPURGO, COMPURGARE, COMPURGAVI, COMPURGATUS] : V purify completely/thoroughly;

[COMPUTABILIS, COMPUTABILIS, COMPUTABILE] : ADJ calculable, computable;

[COMPUTATIO, COMPUTATIONIS] : N calculation, reckoning, computation; form/result of a particular calculation;

[COMPUTATOR, COMPUTATORIS] : N calculator, reckoner, accountant;

[COMPUTESCO, COMPUTESCERE, COMPUTUI] : V decay, rot, putrefy; (completely);

[COMPUTO, COMPUTARE, COMPUTAVI, COMPUTATUS] : V reckon/compute/calculate, sum/count (up); take/include in reckoning; work out;

[COMPUTRESCO, COMPUTRESCERE, COMPUTRUI] : V decay, rot, putrefy; (completely);

[COMPUTUS, COMPUTI] : N computation, calculation;

[COMTE, COMTIUS, COMTISSIME] : ADV neatly, elegantly, in a well arrange manner; with ornament (l+s);

[COMTUS, COMTA -UM, COMTIOR -OR -US, COMTISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ adorned/decorated, dressed/arranged/brushed (hair), smart; ornate/embellished;

[COMTUS, COMTA -UM, COMTIOR -OR -US, COMTISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ elegant (writing/writers), neat, in order, polished, smoothed;

[COMTUS, COMTA, COMTUM] : ADJ adorned/ornamented/decked (hair); embellished, elegant/neat/pointed (discourse);

[COMTUS, COMTUS] : N union, conjunction; head-dress, hairband; adornment; well dressed hair (pl.);

[COMULA, COMULAE] : N dainty/pretty hair;

[CONABILIS, CONABILIS, CONABILE] : ADJ laborious, difficult;

[CONAMEN, CONAMINIS] : N effort, exertion; power to move; attempt, endeavor, enterprise; prop, support;

[CONAMEN] : effort.

[CONAMENTUM, CONAMENTI] : N implement used in gathering esparto grass; tool for uprooting plants (l+s);

[CONANGUSTO, CONANGUSTARE, CONANGUSTAVI, CONANGUSTATUS] : V confine to narrow space, cramp; make narrower; narrow the scope/application;

[CONARACHE, CONARACHES] : N type of sundial;

[CONATIO, CONATIONIS] : N attempt; endeavor, effort (l+s);

[CONATUM, CONATI] : N effort; attempt/design/attempted action (in pejorative sense); (usu. pl.) (l+s);

[CONATUS, CONATUS] : N attempt, effort; exertion, struggle; impulse, tendency; endeavor, design;

[CONATUS] : exertion, effort / undertaking / impulse, inclination.

[CONATUS] : exertion, effort/ undertaking/ impulse, inclination.

[CONAUDITO, CONAUDITARE, CONAUDITAVI, CONAUDITATUS] : V confine to narrow space, cramp; make narrower; narrow the scope/application;

[CONBENNO, CONBENNONIS] : N those riding together in a benna (kind of (wickerwork?) carriage) (gallic);

[CONBIBO, CONBIBERE, CONBIBI] : V drink completely/together/up; hold back (tears); absorb, soak in; swallow up;

[CONBIBO, CONBIBONIS] : N drinking companion/buddy;

[CONBULLIO, CONBULLIRE, CONBULLIVI, CONBULLITUS] : V boil fully/thoroughly;

[CONBURO, CONBURERE, CONBUSI, CONBUSTUS] : V burn up/away; (w/love); consume/destroy w/fire; reduce to ash, cremate; scald;

[CONBURO, CONBURERE, CONBUSSI, CONBUSTUS] : V burn up/away; (w/love); consume/destroy w/fire; reduce to ash, cremate; scald;

[CONBUSTIO, CONBUSTIONIS] : N burning, consuming;

[CONBUSTUM, CONBUSTI] : N burn, injury from burning/scalding;

[CONBUSTURA, CONBUSTURAE] : N burning;

[CONCA, CONCAE] : N mollusk/murex/oyster/scallop; pearl/mollusk-shell; triton horn; female genitalia

[CONCACO, CONCACARE, CONCACAVI, CONCACATUS] : V soil, pollute, defile, make foul (with excrement/ordure/dung);

[CONCADO, CONCADERE,] : V fall together/at the same time;

[CONCAEDES, CONCAEDIS] : N barricade (of felled trees), abatis; (also pl.);

[CONCALEFACIO, CONCALEFACERE, CONCALEFECI, CONCALEFACTUS] : V make warm, heat; warm thoroughly (l+s);

[CONCALEO, CONCALERE, CONCALUI] : V be/become warm; (thoroughly);

[CONCALESCO, CONCALESCERE, CONCALUI] : V become/grow warm; warm up (with enthusiasm); glow with love (l+s);

[CONCALFACIO, CONCALFACERE, CONCALFECI, CONCALFACTUS] : V make warm, heat; warm thoroughly (l+s);

[CONCALFACTORIUS, CONCALFACTORIA, CONCALFACTORIUM] : ADJ causing warmth, thermogenic; (medical); warming, suitable for warming (l+s);

[CONCALLESCO, CONCALLESCERE, CONCALLUI] : V grow/become hard/hardened/callous/insensitive/shrewd/insensible/dull/obtuse;

[CONCALO, CONCALARE, CONCALAVI, CONCALATUS] : V summon;

[CONCAMARATIO, CONCAMARATIONIS] : N vaulting; vaulted roof; vault;

[CONCAMARATUS, CONCAMARATA, CONCAMARATUM] : ADJ vaulted, arched;

[CONCAMARO, CONCAMARARE, CONCAMARAVI, CONCAMARATUS] : V cover with an arch/vault, vault over;

[CONCAMERATIO, CONCAMERATIONIS] : N vaulting; vaulted roof;

[CONCAMERATUS, CONCAMERATA, CONCAMERATUM] : ADJ vaulted, arched;

[CONCAMERO, CONCAMERARE, CONCAMERAVI, CONCAMERATUS] : V cover with an arch/vault, vault over;

[CONCANDEFACIO, CONCANDEFACERE, CONCANDEFECI, CONCANDEFACTUS] : V heat thoroughly;

[CONCANDESCO, CONCANDESCERE, CONCANDUI] : V glow, become inflamed;

[CONCAPTIVUS, CONCAPTIVI] : N fellow-captive/prisoner;

[CONCARNATIO, CONCARNATIONIS] : N incarnation, uniting with flesh;

[CONCARNO, CONCARNARE, CONCARNAVI, CONCARNATUS] : V incarnate, unite/clothe with flesh;

[CONCASTIGO, CONCASTIGARE, CONCASTIGAVI, CONCASTIGATUS] : V chastise severely/thoroughly, punish; censure, dress down;

[CONCATENATIO, CONCATENATIONIS] : N connecting/joining; concatenation, sequence; fettering, binding;

[CONCATENO, CONCATENARE, CONCATENAVI, CONCATENATUS] : V link/bind together; connect;

[CONCATENO] : to link together, bind together.

[CONCATERVATUS, CONCATERVATA, CONCATERVATUM] : ADJ heaped/crowed together;

[CONCATUS, CONCATA, CONCATUM] : ADJ fouled w/excrement; (catillus ~ => mince/hash => sos/chipped beef on toast);

[CONCAVATUS, CONCAVATA, CONCAVATUM] : ADJ hollowed out;

[CONCAVITAS, CONCAVITATIS] : N cavity, hollow;

[CONCAVO, CONCAVARE, CONCAVAVI, CONCAVATUS] : V hollow out; round, curve; give a hollow/curved form to;

[CONCAVO] : to hollow out

[CONCAVO] : to hollow out.

[CONCAVUM, CONCAVI] : N void, gap, hollow space;

[CONCAVUS, CONCAVA, CONCAVUM] : ADJ hollow/hollowed out; concave/curving inwards; arched; bent/curved; sunken (eyes)

[CONCEDO, CONCEDERE, CONCESSI, CONCESSUS] : V relinquish/give up/concede; depart; pardon; submit, allow/grant/permit/condone;

[CONCEDO] : to concede, yield, allow, grant, withdraw, give up.

[CONCELEBRO, CONCELEBRARE, CONCELEBRAVI, CONCELEBRATUS] : V celebrate, make known; go often/in large numbers/together, frequent, haunt;

[CONCELLITA, CONCELLITAE] : N cell-mate, one who dwells with one in a cell;

[CONCELO, CONCELARE, CONCELAVI, CONCELATUS] : V keep secret, conceal altogether; conceal carefully (l+s);

[CONCENATIO, CONCENATIONIS] : N dinner party; (cicero from greek); supping together, table companionship (l+s);

[CONCENTIO, CONCENTIONIS] : N unison singing/utterance; harmony (l+s);

[CONCENTOR, CONCENTORIS] : N one who sings (with others in a chorus);

[CONCENTURIO, CONCENTURIARE, CONCENTURIAVI, CONCENTURIATUS] : V assemble by centuries, gather by hundreds; marshal, bring together, prepare;

[CONCENTUS, CONCENTUS] : N singing (esp. birds)/playing/shouting together; harmony; concord; tune; choir;

[CONCEPTA] : measures, capacity.

[CONCEPTACULUM, CONCEPTACULI] : N containing vessel/place/space/receptacle; reservoir; place emotion is conceived;

[CONCEPTIO, CONCEPTIONIS] : N conception, action/fact of conceiving, pregnancy; idea/notion/formula/system;

[CONCEPTIONALIS, CONCEPTIONALIS, CONCEPTIONALE] : ADJ pertaining to conception;

[CONCEPTIVUS, CONCEPTIVA, CONCEPTIVUM] : ADJ proclaimed/directed/movable (of holidays not held on the same day every year);

[CONCEPTO, CONCEPTARE, CONCEPTAVI, CONCEPTATUS] : V conceive, become pregnant; conceive in mind;

[CONCEPTUM, CONCEPTI] : N fetus, that which is conceived; concept/ideas; measurement of volume/capacity;

[CONCEPTUS, CONCEPTA -UM, CONCEPTIOR -OR -US, CONCEPTISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ conceived, imagined; understood, adopted; (verba ~ => solemn/formal utterance);

[CONCEPTUS, CONCEPTUS] : N conception; embryo/fetus; catching fire; storing water; cistern/basin/reservoir;

[CONCERNO, CONCERNARE, CONCREVI, CONCRETUS] : V mix/mingle together (as in sieve in order to separate by sifting); sift/examine;

[CONCERO] : connect join, twine, join in conflict.

[CONCERPO, CONCERPERE, CONCERPSI, CONCERPTUS] : V tear/pull in/to pieces; pluck off; tear up, rend; censure, abuse, revile;

[CONCERRA, CONCERRAE] : N playfellow; crony;

[CONCERRO, CONCERRONIS] : N fellow idler; boon/jolly companion; (one who contributes to a common feast);

[CONCERTATIO, CONCERTATIONIS] : N strife, conflict (esp. of words); wrangling, dispute, controversy;

[CONCERTATIVUS, CONCERTATIVA, CONCERTATIVUM] : ADJ counter (charge/accusation); (accusatio ~ => charge brought against the accuser)

[CONCERTATOR, CONCERTATORIS] : N rival; one who vies/contends with another (l+s);

[CONCERTATORIUS, CONCERTATORIA, CONCERTATORIUM] : ADJ controversial, concerned with disputes; of controversy/disputation (l+s);

[CONCERTO, CONCERTARE, CONCERTAVI, CONCERTATUS] : V fight, engage in a contest, vie with; dispute, debate (zealously); argue over;

[CONCERTOR, CONCERTARI, -, CONCERTATUS SUM] : V fight, engage in a contest, vie with, dispute, debate (zealously); argue over;

[CONCESSATIO, CONCESSATIONIS] : N action of stopping/resting (on a journey); stopping, delaying (l+s);

[CONCESSIO, CONCESSIONIS] : N permission; grant/concession; admission, plea of excuse/for pardon; yielding;

[CONCESSIVUS, CONCESSIVA, CONCESSIVUM] : ADJ pertaining to concession, concessive; (tending to concession);

[CONCESSO, CONCESSARE, CONCESSAVI, CONCESSATUS] : V cease/desist temporarily, leave off; rest;

[CONCESSUS, CONCESSA, CONCESSUM] : ADJ permitted/allowable/allowed/granted; lawful; relinquished; permitting/conceding;

[CONCESSUS, CONCESSUS] : N concession; agreement; permission, leave; movement?;

[CONCHA, CONCHAE] : N mollusk/murex/oyster/scallop; pearl/mollusk-shell; triton horn; female genitalia

[CONCHATUS, CONCHATA, CONCHATUM] : ADJ shell-formed, shell-like, shaped like a sea-shell;

[CONCHEUS, CONCHEA, CONCHEUM] : ADJ produced by an oyster; (~ baca => pearl); of/pertaining to a mollusk;

[CONCHICLA, CONCHICLAE] : N boiled bean; (boiled with the shell/pod?);

[CONCHICLATUS, CONCHICLATA, CONCHICLATUM] : ADJ prepared with beans;

[CONCHIS, CONCHIS] : N leguminous vegetable, kind of bean; (boiled with the shell/pod);

[CONCHITA, CONCHITAE] : N one who harvests/gathers mollusks/murex/oysters;

[CONCHORTALIS, CONCHORTALIS, CONCHORTALE] : ADJ belonging to the same cohort (battalion);

[CONCHULA, CONCHULAE] : N small mollusk/mussel/oyster;

[CONCHYLIARIUS, CONCHYLIARII] : N purple dyer; (one who dyes with murex/purple-fish dye);

[CONCHYLIATUS, CONCHYLIATA, CONCHYLIATUM] : ADJ purple-dyed (dye from murex/mussel); of a purple color; clothed in purple;

[CONCHYLIATUS, CONCHYLIATI] : N person dressed in clothes of a purple color; (nobility);

[CONCHYLILEGULUS, CONCHYLILEGULI] : N collector of mussels; he who goes in quest for the murex/purple-fish (leverett);

[CONCHYLIUM, CONCHYLII] : N mollusk, murex/purple-fish; purple, purple dye/garments (pl.); plant iasine;

[CONCHYTA, CONCHYTAE] : N one who harvests/gathers mollusks/murex/oysters;

[CONCIDO, CONCIDERE, CONCIDI] : V fall down/faint/dead/victim/to earth/short, collapse; drop, subside; decline;

[CONCIDO, CONCIDERE, CONCIDI, CONCISUS] : V cut/chop up/down/to pieces; crop; ruin, kill, destroy; divide minutely; beat;

[CONCIDO, CONCIDERE, CONCIDI] : V perish, be slain/sacrificed; lose one's case, fail, give out/lose heart, decay;

[CONCIDO] : to be ruined, fail/ cut up, cut down, destroy.

[CONCIDO] : to be ruined, fail / cut up, cut down, destroy.

[CONCIDO] : to fall down, sink, perish/ (wind) subside.

[CONCIDO] : to fall down, sink, perish / (wind) subside.

[CONCIENS, (GEN.), CONCIENTIS] : ADJ pregnant, teeming, full;

[CONCIEO, CONCIRE, CONCIVI(II), CONCITUS] : V move, set in violent motion, stir up; muster; rouse, excite, incite, provoke;

[CONCIEO] : to bring together, assemble.

[CONCILIABULUM, CONCILIABULI] : N meeting/assembly/public place; district administrative center; meeting/assembly;

[CONCILIATIO, CONCILIATIONIS] : N connection/union; winning over/favor; attraction; acceptance; desire; procuring;

[CONCILIATOR, CONCILIATORIS] : N mediator; intermediary, procurer; who provides/prepares/causes; promoter/agent;

[CONCILIATOR] : mediator.

[CONCILIATRICULA, CONCILIATRICULAE] : N one that commends; recommender; that which conciliates/unites (l+s);

[CONCILIATRIX, CONCILIATRICIS] : N go-between (marriage/liaison), match-maker; who commends/endears/procures; bawd;

[CONCILIATURA, CONCILIATURAE] : N practice of arranging liaisons; trade of procurer, pimping, pandering (l+s);

[CONCILIATUS, CONCILIATA -UM, CONCILIATIOR -OR -US, CONCILIATISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ favorably inclined/disposed; devoted; favorable to, amenable; friendly; beloved;

[CONCILIATUS, CONCILIATUS] : N conjunction, joining, union (of atoms), connection (of bodies);

[CONCILICIATUS, CONCILICIATA, CONCILICIATUM] : ADJ clothed in a garment of hair/hair-shirt; (of a penitent);

[CONCILIO, CONCILIARE, CONCILIAVI, CONCILIATUS] : V attract favor of, render favorably disposed; commend, endear; acquire; gain;

[CONCILIO, CONCILIARE, CONCILIAVI, CONCILIATUS] : V bring a woman to man as wife, match; procure as a mistress; obtain improperly;

[CONCILIO, CONCILIARE, CONCILIAVI, CONCILIATUS] : V unite, bring together/about; cause; win over, attract; acquire, procure, buy;

[CONCILIO] : to assemble, bring togethe.

[CONCILIO] : to assemble, bring together / win over, reconcile, unite / cause

[CONCILIO] : to make friendly, procure the favor, bring together.

[CONCILIO] : win over, reconcile, unite/ cause.

[CONCILIUM, CONCILI(I)] : N association, society, company; union/connection (of objects); league of states;

[CONCILIUM, CONCILI(I)] : N public gathering/meeting; popular assembly, council; hearing; debate/discussion;

[CONCILIUM, CONCILI(I)] : N sexual union/coition; close conjunction; bond of union; plant iasione blossom;

[CONCILIUM] : conciliation.

[CONCILIUM] : council.

[CONCILIUM] : council

[CONCINENS, CONCINENTIS (GEN.), CONCINENTIOR -OR -US, CONCINENTISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ harmonious, fitting; harmonious (l+s);

[CONCINENTIA, CONCINENTIAE] : N musical harmony; concord; symmetry;

[CONCINERATUS, CONCINERATA, CONCINERATUM] : ADJ sprinkled with ashes;

[CONCINGO, CONCINGERE, CONCINXI, CONCINCTUS] : V gird; surround completely;

[CONCINNATICIUS, CONCINNATICIA, CONCINNATICIUM] : ADJ exquisite, elegant; skillfully prepared (l+s);

[CONCINNATIO, CONCINNATIONIS] : N adjusting, preparing (economics); making, composing (letters/verses);

[CONCINNATOR, CONCINNATORIS] : N one who dresses up something; arranger (l+s); (hair) dresser; maker/inventor;

[CONCINNATUS, CONCINNATA, CONCINNATUM] : ADJ elaborated, dressed up;

[CONCINNE, CONCINNIUS, CONCINNISSIME] : ADV neatly, prettily, daintily, beautifully;

[CONCINNIS, CONCINNIS, CONCINNE] : ADJ ready for use, trimmed;

[CONCINNITAS, CONCINNITATIS] : N neatness/elegance; excessive ingenuity/refinement; grace/charm (of appearance);

[CONCINNITER] : ADV cleverly, ingeniously;

[CONCINNITUDO, CONCINNITUDINIS] : N neatness/elegance/beauty (of style);

[CONCINNO, CONCINNARE, CONCINNAVI, CONCINNATUS] : V prepare/make ready; repair, put/set right/in order, touch up; arrange suitably;

[CONCINNO, CONCINNARE, CONCINNAVI, CONCINNATUS] : V make up, construct, concoct, put together; bring about, cause; render, make;

[CONCINNUS, CONCINNA -UM, CONCINNIOR -OR -US, CONCINNISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ set in order, neatly arranged/made; neat/elegant/clever (style); pretty/pleasing

[CONCINO, CONCINERE, CONCINUI] : V sing/chant/shout/sound together; celebrate in song; say the same thing, agree;

[CONCINO] : to sing together, celebrate.

[CONCIO, CONCIONIS] : N meeting/assembly; audience/speech; public opinion; parade addressed by general;

[CONCIO, CONCIRE, CONCIVI, CONCITUS] : V move, set in violent motion, stir up; muster; rouse, excite, incite, provoke;

[CONCIO] : to stir up.

[CONCIPILO, CONCIPILARE, CONCIPILAVI, CONCIPILATUS] : V seize, take, catch; lay violent hands on;

[CONCIPIO, CONCIPERE, CONCEPI, CONCEPTUS] : V take in/up, receive, catch; derive/draw (from); contain/hold; grasp; adopt; wed;

[CONCIPIO, CONCIPERE, CONCEPI, CONCEPTUS] : V form, devise; understand, imagine; conceive, be mother of; utter (oath/prayer);

[CONCIPIO] : to take or lay hold of, receive, take in/ conceive.

[CONCIPIO] : to take or lay hold of, receive, take in.

[CONCISE] : ADV in detail; concisely, briefly (l+s);

[CONCISIO, CONCISIONIS] : N dividing up (into clauses); cutting to pieces/destruction/mutilation (l+s);

[CONCISOR, CONCISORIS] : N one who cuts down/fells;

[CONCISORIUS, CONCISORIA, CONCISORIUM] : ADJ suitable for cutting/felling;

[CONCISURA, CONCISURAE] : N cut, incision; distribution, dividing up, split; hollow/chink/cleft (l+s);

[CONCISUS, CONCISA -UM, CONCISIOR -OR -US, CONCISISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ cut up/off; broken, abrupt; short, brief, concise; minute/detailed, very small;

[CONCISUS] : cut up, broken, brief, concise.

[CONCITAMENTUM, CONCITAMENTI] : N incentive, thing which rouses/agitates the mind;

[CONCITATE, CONCITATIUS, CONCITATISSIME] : ADV rapidly/quickly/hurriedly; vehemently/animatedly/heatedly (speaking); ardently;

[CONCITATIO, CONCITATIONIS] : N action of arousing passion/sexual desire, stimulation; passion; excitement;

[CONCITATIO, CONCITATIONIS] : N rapid/quick/violent motion; impetuosity/animatedness (speaking); disturbance;

[CONCITATOR, CONCITATORIS] : N instigator, provoker, inciter, agitator, mover;

[CONCITATRIX, (GEN.), CONCITATRICIS] : ADJ which excites/stimulates; (sexually); exciting, stimulating;

[CONCITATRIX, CONCITATRICIS] : N that which excites/stimulates/stirs; (sexually);

[CONCITATUS, CONCITATUS] : N impulse;

[CONCITATUS, CONCITATA -UM, CONCITATIOR -OR -US, CONCITATISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ fast/rapid; roused/vehement/violent (emotions); passionate, energetic; excited;

[CONCITE] : quickly.

[CONCITO, CONCITARE, CONCITAVI, CONCITATUS] : V rush; urge/rouse/agitate; enrage/inflame; spur/impel; summon/assemble; cause;

[CONCITO, CONCITARE, CONCITAVI, CONCITATUS] : V stir up, disturb; discharge/hurl (missile); flow rapidly/strong current; rush;

[CONCITO] : ADV rapidly;

[CONCITO] : to move violently, stir up, excite, arouse.

[CONCITOR, CONCITORIS] : N instigator, provoker; inciter, agitator; one who stirs up;

[CONCITUS, CONCITA, CONCITUM] : ADJ moving rapidly; headlong; agitated, disturbed; inflamed, roused; impelled;

[CONCITUS, CONCITUS] : N inciting, spurring on; impetuosity; haste;

[CONCIVIS, CONCIVIS] : N fellow-citizen;

[CONCLAMANS, (GEN.), CONCLAMANTIS] : ADJ noisy;

[CONCLAMATIO, CONCLAMATIONIS] : N shouting/crying together (usu. grief); acclamation; loud shouting, shout (l+s);

[CONCLAMATUS, CONCLAMATA -UM, CONCLAMATIOR -OR -US, CONCLAMATISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ published abroad by crying out; known, celebrated; lamentable, unfortunate;

[CONCLAMITO, CONCLAMITARE, CONCLAMITAVI, CONCLAMITATUS] : V keep shouting loudly; cry; call/cry out loudly (l+s);

[CONCLAMO, CONCLAMARE, CONCLAMAVI, CONCLAMATUS] : V cry/shout aloud/out; make resound w/shouts; give a signal; summon; bewail/mourn;

[CONCLAMO] : to bewail as lost.

[CONCLAVE, CONCLAVIS] : N room, chamber; lockable enclosed space; coop/cage; public lavatory; dining hall;

[CONCLAVO, CONCLAVARE, -, CONCLAVATUS] : V nail together;

[CONCLERICUS, CONCLERICI] : N fellow-clergyman/cleric;

[CONCLUDENTER] : ADV consequently, by/in consequence;

[CONCLUDO, CONCLUDERE, CONCLUSI, CONCLUSUS] : V shut up, confine; contain, limit; close; include (limit); conceal, keep secret;

[CONCLUDO, CONCLUDERE, CONCLUSI, CONCLUSUS] : V conclude/finish; define; construct/compose (sentence); infer, deduce, imply;

[CONCLUSE] : ADV in a rounded manner; in the form of a period/complete sentence; harmonious (l+s)

[CONCLUSIO, CONCLUSIONIS] : N rounded arrangement of sentence; peroration, logical conclusion; deduction;

[CONCLUSIO, CONCLUSIONIS] : N state of siege; enclosing (area); fastening in position; conclusion, finish;

[CONCLUSIUNCULA, CONCLUSIUNCULAE] : N quibbling syllogism/argument; trifling/captious conclusion (l+s); sophism;

[CONCLUSIVE] : ADV conclusively; in form of a conclusion;

[CONCLUSUM, CONCLUSI] : N confined space; conclusion in a syllogism (l+s);

[CONCLUSURA, CONCLUSURAE] : N joint/fastening/joining (of an arch);

[CONCLUSUS, CONCLUSA -UM, CONCLUSIOR -OR -US, CONCLUSISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ restricted, closed, confined;

[CONCLUSUS, CONCLUSUS] : N shutting up; confining;

[CONCOCTIO, CONCOCTIONIS] : N digestion, process of digestion;

[CONCOHORTALIS, CONCOHORTALIS, CONCOHORTALE] : ADJ belonging to the same cohort (battalion);

[CONCOLONA, CONCOLONAE] : N fellow-citizen/inhabitant (female); she who inhabits the same town/house;

[CONCOLOR, (GEN.), CONCOLORIS] : ADJ of the same color/faction, matching; of uniform color throughout; agreeing with;

[CONCOLORANS, (GEN.), CONCOLORANTIS] : ADJ of the same color/faction, matching; like, similar; agreeing with;

[CONCOLORUS, CONCOLORA, CONCOLORUM] : ADJ of the same color/faction, matching; like, similar; agreeing with;

[CONCOMITATUS, CONCOMITATA, CONCOMITATUM] : ADJ accompanied, escorted;

[CONCOMITOR, CONCOMITARI, -, CONCOMITATUS SUM] : V attend, accompany, escort;

[CONCOPULO, CONCOPULARE, CONCOPULAVI, CONCOPULATUS] : V join, unite;

[CONCOQUO, CONCOQUERE, CONCOXI, CONCOCTUS] : V cook down; heat/burn thoroughly; concoct from various ingredients; ripen/mature;

[CONCOQUO, CONCOQUERE, CONCOXI, CONCOCTUS] : V digest/promote digestion; put up with/tolerate/stomach; ponder; devise/concoct;

[CONCORDABILIS, CONCORDABILIS, CONCORDABILE] : ADJ harmonizing, easily according;

[CONCORDATIO, CONCORDATIONIS] : N concord, unaminity;

[CONCORDE] : ADV harmoniously; in harmony;

[CONCORDIA PARVAE RES CRESCUNT, DISCORDIA MAXIMAE DILABUNTUR. ] : PHRASE through unity the small thing grows, through disunity the largest thing crumbles.

[CONCORDIA, CONCORDIAE] : N concurrence, mutual agreement, harmony; rapport, amity, concord; union; friend;

[CONCORDIA] : concord, harmony, agreement.

[CONCORDIALIS, CONCORDIALIS, CONCORDIALE] : ADJ of/pertaining to concord/union;

[CONCORDIS, CONCORDE, CONCORDIOR -OR -US, CONCORDISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ agreeing, concurring; like-minded; united, joint, shared; peaceful, harmonious;

[CONCORDIS] : harmonious, united.

[CONCORDITAS, CONCORDITATIS] : N concurrence, mutual agreement, harmony; rapport, amity, concord; union;

[CONCORDITER, CONCORDIUS, CONCORDISSIME] : ADV harmoniously, amicably, in a concordant manner;

[CONCORDO, CONCORDARE, CONCORDAVI, CONCORDATUS] : V harmonize; be in harmony/agreement/on good terms/friendly; agree; go by pattern;

[CONCORDO] : to harmonize, unite.

[CONCORPORAL, CONCORPORALIS] : N comrade, one belonging to the same body/company;

[CONCORPORALIS, CONCORPORALIS, CONCORPORALE] : ADJ of/belonging to the same body/company;

[CONCORPORATIO, CONCORPORATIONIS] : N union, harmony;

[CONCORPORIFICATUS, CONCORPORIFICATA, CONCORPORIFICATUM] : ADJ incorporated, united in one body;

[CONCORPORO, CONCORPORARE, CONCORPORAVI, CONCORPORATUS] : V unite into a single body, make one; incorporate (l+s);

[CONCORS, CONCORDIS (GEN.), CONCORDIOR -OR -US, CONCORDISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ agreeing, concurring; like-minded; united, joint, shared; peaceful, harmonious;

[CONCRASSO, CONCRASSARE, CONCRASSAVI, CONCRASSATUS] : V thicken, make thick;

[CONCREATUS, CONCREATA, CONCREATUM] : ADJ created together;

[CONCREBRESCO, CONCREBRESCERE, CONCREBRUI] : V become frequent; (thoroughly, very); increase, gather strength (l+s);

[CONCREDO, CONCREDERE, CONCREDIDI, CONCREDITUS] : V entrust for safe keeping; confide (a secret or similar); consign/commit (l+s);

[CONCREDUO, CONCREDUERE, CONCREDUI, CONCREDITUS] : V entrust for safe keeping; confide (a secret or similar); consign/commit (l+s);

[CONCREMATIO, CONCREMATIONIS] : N burning up; conflagration, great fire;

[CONCREMENTUM, CONCREMENTI] : N concretion; mixture (l+s);

[CONCREMO, CONCREMARE, CONCREMAVI, CONCREMATUS] : V consume by fire; burn up/down entirely/completely/thoroughly; burn together;

[CONCREMO] : to consume, burn up.

[CONCREPATIO, CONCREPATIONIS] : N noise; rattling/clatter; (of castanets);

[CONCREPATIO, CONCREPATIARE, CONCREPATIAVI, CONCREPATIATUS] : V rattle/sound much/thoroughly/loudly;

[CONCREPO, CONCREPARE, CONCREPUI, CONCREPITUS] : V make noise (door), grate/creak; sound, crash/clash, rattle; snap (fingers);

[CONCRESCENTIA, CONCRESCENTIAE] : N coagulation, solidification; condensing (l+s);

[CONCRESCO, CONCRESCERE, CONCREVI, CONCRETUS] : V thicken; condense/collect; set/curdle/congeal; clot/coagulate; solidify/freeze;

[CONCRESCO] : to take form, grow strong.

[CONCRETIO, CONCRETIONIS] : N formation into solid matter, compacting/condensing; materiality; matter/solid;

[CONCRETIO] : growing-together.

[CONCRETUM, CONCRETI] : N firm/solid matter;

[CONCRETUS, CONCRETA -UM, CONCRETIOR -OR -US, CONCRETISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ composed/formed; composite; concrete; solid/hard/stiff/frozen; matted; dense;

[CONCRETUS, CONCRETA -UM, CONCRETIOR -OR -US, CONCRETISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ condensed; curdled/clotted; cohering/closed up; constipated; ingrained (sin);

[CONCRETUS, CONCRETUS] : N coagulation; solidifying; condensation (l+s);

[CONCRIMINOR, CONCRIMINARI, -, CONCRIMINATUS SUM] : V bring a charge; make an accusation; make bitter accusations, complain (l+s);

[CONCRISPO, CONCRISPARE, CONCRISPAVI, CONCRISPATUS] : V curl (hair); move in curls, curl/swirl (vapors/fog); brandish (weapon) (l+s);

[CONCRISPUS, CONCRISPA, CONCRISPUM] : ADJ curled;

[CONCRUCIFIGO, CONCRUCIFIGERE, CONCRUCIFIXI, CONCRUCIFIXUS] : V crucify together;

[CONCRUCIFIGO, CONCRUCIFIGARE, CONCRUCIFIGAVI, CONCRUCIFIGATUS] : V crucify together;

[CONCRUSIO, CONCRUSIARE, CONCRUSIAVI, CONCRUSIATUS] : V cause violent pain; torment, rack, torture severely;

[CONCRUSTATUS, CONCRUSTATA, CONCRUSTATUM] : ADJ incrusted, entirely covered with a crust;

[CONCTABUNDUS, CONCTABUNDA, CONCTABUNDUM] : ADJ lingering, loitering; slow to action, delaying, hesitating, hesitant; tardy;

[CONCTANTER, CONCTIUS, CONCTISSIME] : ADV hesitantly, slowly, with delay/hesitation; tardily; stubbornly;

[CONCTIO, CONCTIONIS] : N meeting/assembly; audience/speech; public opinion; parade addressed by general;

[CONCUBATIO, CONCUBATIONIS] : N lying/reclining upon;

[CONCUBEO, CONCUBERE, CONCUBUI, CONCUBITUS] : V lie with (sexual and not); have sexual intercourse with;

[CONCUBINA, CONCUBINAE] : N concubine; kept mistress, one living in concubinage; (milder than paelex l+s);

[CONCUBINALIS, CONCUBINALIS, CONCUBINALE] : ADJ lascivious, lewd, wanton; voluptuous;

[CONCUBINATUS, CONCUBINATUS] : N state of being a concubine; cohabiting when not married; illicit intercourse;

[CONCUBINUS, CONCUBINI] : N catamite; male paramour; a kept man, one who lives in concubinage;

[CONCUBITALIS, CONCUBITALIS, CONCUBITALE] : ADJ relating to sexual intercourse;

[CONCUBITIO, CONCUBITIONIS] : N sexual intercourse;

[CONCUBITOR, CONCUBITORIS] : N fellow sleeper; sleeping partner; bed fellow/mate; cohabitor; concubine;

[CONCUBITUS, CONCUBITUS] : N lying together (sleeping/dining/sex); sexual intercourse; the sexual act;

[CONCUBITUS] : copulation.

[CONCUBIUM, CONCUBII] : N the early night/first sleep/bedtime; sexual intercourse;

[CONCUBIUS, CONCUBIA, CONCUBIUM] : ADJ of lying in sleep (nox ~ => the early night/first sleep/bedtime);

[CONCUBO, CONCUBARE, CONCUBAVI, CONCUBATUS] : V lie with (sexual and not); have sexual intercourse with;

[CONCULCATIO, CONCULCATIONIS] : N treading under foot, stamping on;

[CONCULCO, CONCULCARE, CONCULCAVI, CONCULCATUS] : V tread/trample upon/underfoot/down; crush, oppress; despise, disregard;

[CONCULCO] : to abuse, tread down, tread under foot.

[CONCULCO] : to tread under foot, despise, oppress, suppress.

[CONCULIUM, CONCULII] : N mollusk, murex/purple-fish; purple, purple dye/garments (pl.); plant iasine;

[CONCUMBO, CONCUMBERE, CONCUMBUI, CONCUMBITUS] : V lie with/together (w/dat); (for sexual intercourse); cohabit;

[CONCUMULATUS, CONCUMULATA, CONCUMULATUM] : ADJ heaped up; accumulated;

[CONCUPIENS, (GEN.), CONCUPIENTIS] : ADJ very desirous, warmly desiring;

[CONCUPIO, CONCUPERE, CONCUPIVI, CONCUPITUS] : V desire/wish greatly/eagerly/ardently; covet, long for;

[CONCUPISCENTIA, CONCUPISCENTIAE] : N longing, eager desire for; concupiscence; (desire for carnal/worldly things);

[CONCUPISCENTIA] : avarice, covetousness.

[CONCUPISCENTIALIS, CONCUPISCENTIALIS, CONCUPISCENTIALE] : ADJ full of desire; (lustful);

[CONCUPISCENTIVUS, CONCUPISCENTIVA, CONCUPISCENTIVUM] : ADJ passionately desiring;

[CONCUPISCIBILIS, CONCUPISCIBILIS, CONCUPISCIBILE] : ADJ worthy to be longed for, very desirable;

[CONCUPISCITIVUS, CONCUPISCITIVA, CONCUPISCITIVUM] : ADJ passionately desiring;

[CONCUPISCO, CONCUPISCERE, CONCUPIVI, CONCUPITUS] : V desire eagerly/ardently; covet, long for; aim at; conceive a strong desire for;

[CONCUPISCO] : to covet.

[CONCUPISCO] : to covet, aim at, desire eagerly.

[CONCUPITOR, CONCUPITORIS] : N one who longs eagerly for/covets something;

[CONCURATOR, CONCURATORIS] : N joint guardian; co-trustee;

[CONCURIALIS, CONCURIALIS] : N one belonging to the same curia/division of the roman people;

[CONCURIALIS, CONCURIALIS, CONCURIALE] : ADJ belonging to the same curia/division of the roman people;

[CONCURO, CONCURARE, CONCURAVI, CONCURATUS] : V attend to thoroughly/completely; care for suitably (l+s);

[CONCURRO, CONCURRERE, CONCURRI, CONCURSUS] : V run/assemble/knock/snap together; agree, fit, concur; coincide; make same claim;

[CONCURRO, CONCURRERE, CONCURRI, CONCURSUS] : V charge, fight/engage in battle; come running up/in large numbers; rally;

[CONCURRO] : to concur.

[CONCURSATIO, CONCURSATIONIS] : N running/pushing together; journeying to and fro; skirmish; disorderly meeting;

[CONCURSATOR, (GEN.), CONCURSATORIS] : ADJ skirmishing; that runs hither and thither/to and fro/about;

[CONCURSATOR, CONCURSATORIS] : N skirmisher; one who runs hither and thither/to and fro/about;

[CONCURSATORIUS, CONCURSATORIA, CONCURSATORIUM] : ADJ pertaining to skirmishing; (~ pugna => skirmish);

[CONCURSIO, CONCURSIONIS] : N running together, conjunction, meeting; coincidence; juxtaposition; repetition;

[CONCURSO, CONCURSARE, CONCURSAVI, CONCURSATUS] : V rush/run to and fro/about/together/to visit; clash; visit in turn; run through;

[CONCURSUS, CONCURSUS] : N running to and fro/together, collision, charge/attack; assembly/crowd; tumult;

[CONCURSUS, CONCURSUS] : N encounter; combination, coincidence; conjunction, juxtaposition; joint right;

[CONCURSUS] : charge, assembly.

[CONCURVO, CONCURVARE, CONCURVAVI, CONCURVATUS] : V bend down; bend, curve (l+s);

[CONCUSSIBILIS, CONCUSSIBILIS, CONCUSSIBILE] : ADJ that can be shaken;

[CONCUSSIO, CONCUSSIONIS] : N shaking/disturbance; earthquake; extortion by violence/intimidation, shake down;

[CONCUSSIO] : oppression, extortion.

[CONCUSSOR, CONCUSSORIS] : N extortionist; one who extorts money by threats;

[CONCUSSURA, CONCUSSURAE] : N extortion, extorting money by threats;

[CONCUSSUS, CONCUSSA, CONCUSSUM] : ADJ stirred/shaken up; restless;

[CONCUSSUS, CONCUSSUS] : N action of striking together; shock; shaking (l+s); concussion;

[CONCUSTODIO, CONCUSTODIRE, CONCUSTODIVI, CONCUSTODITUS] : V watch over/carefully, guard, protect;

[CONCUTIO, CONCUTERE, CONCUSSI, CONCUSSUS] : V strike together/to damage; weaken/shake/shatter; harass/intimidate; rouse;

[CONCUTIO, CONCUTERE, CONCUSSI, CONCUSSUS] : V shake/vibrate/agitate violently; wave, brandish; (sound) strike (the ear);

[CONCUTIO] : to shake together, agitate, alarm, disturb, shatter.

[CONCUTIO] : to strike together, shake, terrorize.

[CONDALIUM, CONDALI(I)] : N ring (worn on the finger);

[CONDATOR, CONDATORIS] : N joint contributor/giver/donor;

[CONDECENS, (GEN.), CONDECENTIS] : ADJ becoming, seemly;

[CONDECEO, CONDECERE,] : V be fitting/proper for, suit;

[CONDECERNO, CONDECERNERE, CONDECREVI, CONDECRETUS] : V decide, judge, determine together; jointly settle/resolve;

[CONDECET, CONDECERE, CONDECIT] : V it is fitting/becoming/seemly/meet; (w/acc + inf);

[CONDECO] : to meet.

[CONDECORO, CONDECORARE, CONDECORAVI, CONDECORATUS] : V adorn, embellish with ornament/excessively/carefully; decorate, grace;

[CONDECURALIS, CONDECURALIS] : N he who has been a decurion with one; fellow decurion;

[CONDECURIO, CONDECURIONIS] : N fellow decurion; he who is/has been a decurion with one;

[CONDELECTO, CONDELECTARE, CONDELECTAVI, CONDELECTATUS] : V delight in; (passive) be delighted with something;

[CONDELIQUESCO, CONDELIQUESCERE, CONDELICUI] : V melt wholly/completely (away); dissolve (completely), dissipate;

[CONDEMNABILIS, CONDEMNABILIS, CONDEMNABILE] : ADJ worthy of condemnation;

[CONDEMNATIO, CONDEMNATIONIS] : N condemnation; verdict; damages awarded in a civil case;

[CONDEMNATOR, CONDEMNATORIS] : N accuser, one who procures a condemnation; condemner, one who passes sentence;

[CONDEMNO, CONDEMNARE, CONDEMNAVI, CONDEMNATUS] : V condemn, doom, convict; find guilty; (pass) sentence; blame, censure, impugn;

[CONDENSATIO, CONDENSATIONIS] : N condensation; condensing, compressing;

[CONDENSEO, CONDENSERE,] : V compress; pack/press closely together; condense/make firm; (pass) grow thickly;

[CONDENSO, CONDENSARE, CONDENSAVI, CONDENSATUS] : V compress; pack/press closely together; condense/make firm; (pass) grow thickly;

[CONDENSUS, CONDENSA, CONDENSUM] : ADJ dense, thick; wedged together, closely/tightly packed; close; coherent;

[CONDEPSO, CONDEPSERE, CONDEPSUI, CONDEPSTUS] : V knead together;

[CONDESCENDO, CONDESENDERE, CONDESCENDI, CONDESCENSUS] : V condescend, stoop; let oneself down;;

[CONDESCENSIO, CONDESCENSIONIS] : N condescension;

[CONDESERTOR, CONDESERTORIS] : N fellow-deserter;

[CONDICIO, CONDICIONIS] : N agreement/contract; terms, proposal/option/alternative; situation; stipulation;

[CONDICIO, CONDICIONIS] : N marriage (contract); spouse, bride; relation of lover/mistress; paramour;

[CONDICIONABILIS, CONDICIONABILIS, CONDICIONABILE] : ADJ conditional;

[CONDICIONALIS, CONDICIONALIS, CONDICIONALE] : ADJ conditional, contingent upon certain conditions, with a condition attached;

[CONDICIONALITER] : ADV conditionally, in a conditional manner;

[CONDICO, CONDICERE, CONDIXI, CONDICTUS] : V agree (on), declare/promise; undertake; give notice; obligate, engage (to dine);

[CONDICO, CONDICERE, CONDIXI, CONDICTUS] : V claim redress/restitution; make actions for damages; fix/appoint (date/price);

[CONDICO] : to agree, fix, settle, make arrangements.

[CONDICTICIUS, CONDICTICIA, CONDICTICIUM] : ADJ relating to reclaiming property/restitution/repossession;

[CONDICTICIUS, CONDICTICIA, CONDICTICIUM] : ADJ legal action for the purpose of reclaiming property/restitution/repossession;

[CONDICTIO, CONDICTIONIS] : N proclamation of a religious festival;

[CONDICTIO, CONDICTIONIS] : N claim of restitution of property or for damages; giving notice of legal action;

[CONDICTITIUS, CONDICTITIA, CONDICTITIUM] : ADJ (legal action) for the purpose of reclaiming property/restitution/repossession;

[CONDICTOR, CONDICTORIS] : N fixer, arranger, one who fixes/arranges;

[CONDICTUM, CONDICTI] : N agreement; appointment;

[CONDIGNE] : ADV in an appropriate manner, fittingly, worthily; very worthily (l+s);

[CONDIGNUS, CONDIGNA, CONDIGNUM] : ADJ appropriate, worthy, befitting; wholly deserving, very worthy (l+s);

[CONDIMENTARIUS, CONDIMENTARII] : N one who prepares/sells spices/seasoning;

[CONDIMENTARIUS, CONDIMENTARIA, CONDIMENTARIUM] : ADJ used for seasoning; of/pertaining to spices/seasoning;

[CONDIMENTUM, CONDIMENTI] : N spice, seasoning; that which renders acceptable; condiment; tempering quality;

[CONDIO, CONDIRE, CONDIVI, CONDITUS] : V preserve/pickle; embalm/mummify; spice; season/flavor/render pleasant/give zest;

[CONDISCIPULA, CONDISCIPULAE] : N fellow pupil (female); schoolmate;

[CONDISCIPULATUS, CONDISCIPULATUS] : N time/fact of being a fellow pupil; companionship in school (l+s);

[CONDISCIPULUS, CONDISCIPULI] : N fellow pupil/student (male); schoolfellow, schoolmate;

[CONDISCO, CONDISCERE, CONDIDICI] : V learn thoroughly/well; learn about; learn in company with (another) (w/dat);

[CONDITA] : laid up store, foundation, establishment, making.

[CONDITANEUS, CONDITANEA, CONDITANEUM] : ADJ suitable for pickling/preserving; pickled/preserved (l+s);

[CONDITARIUS, CONDITARI(I)] : N dealer in preserved foods;

[CONDITICIUS, CONDITICIA, CONDITICIUM] : ADJ preserved; laid up;

[CONDITIO, CONDITIONIS] : N agreement/contract; terms, proposal/option; situation; (misread condicio);

[CONDITIO, CONDITIONIS] : N creating, making; thing made, work; creation (vulgate);

[CONDITIO, CONDITIONIS] : N marriage (contract); spouse; relation of lover; paramour; (misread condicio);

[CONDITIO, CONDITIONIS] : N seasoning/flavoring/spicing (of food/wine); method of preserving (food);

[CONDITIONABILIS, CONDITIONABILIS, CONDITIONABILE] : ADJ conditional;

[CONDITIONALIS, CONDITIONALIS, CONDITIONALE] : ADJ conditional, contingent upon certain conditions, with a condition attached;

[CONDITIONALITER] : ADV conditionally, in a conditional manner;

[CONDITITIUS, CONDITITIA, CONDITITIUM] : ADJ preserved; laid up;

[CONDITIVUM, CONDITIVI] : N tomb, sepulcher;

[CONDITIVUS, CONDITIVA, CONDITIVUM] : ADJ suitable for preserving/storing; preserved/stored/laid up (food);

[CONDITOR, CONDITORIS] : N seasoner, one who seasons; one who prepares a thing in a savory manner (l+s);

[CONDITOR, CONDITORIS] : N original builder, founder; originator/creator; author; preserver; organizer;

[CONDITOR] : creator.

[CONDITORIUM, CONDITORI(I)] : N tomb/sepulcher; coffin (l+s); place for ashes; repository, place to store;

[CONDITRIX, CONDITRICIS] : N foundress, female founder; she who lays to rest (l+s late);

[CONDITUM, CONDITI] : N secret, something hidden/concealed;

[CONDITUM, CONDITI] : N aromatic/spiced wine; seasoned food (pl.) (old);

[CONDITURA, CONDITURAE] : N preparing; preserving (fruits); material for preserving; condiment, spice;

[CONDITURA, CONDITURAE] : N method of flavoring/seasoning/pickling/preserving (fruit)/tempering (glass);

[CONDITUS, CONDITA -UM, CONDITIOR -OR -US, CONDITISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ seasoned, spiced up, flavored, savory; polished, ornamented (discourse/style);

[CONDITUS, CONDITA, CONDITUM] : ADJ preserved, kept in store; hidden, concealed, secret; sunken (eyes);

[CONDITUS, CONDITUS] : N founding (of a city); establishment; preparing (l+s); preserving fruit; hiding;

[CONDO, CONDERE, CONDIDI, CONDITUS] : V build/found, make; shut (eyes); conceal/hide/keep safe; put together, compose;

[CONDO, CONDERE, CONDIDI, CONDITUS] : V restore; sheathe (sword); plunge/bury (weapon in enemy); put out of sight;

[CONDO, CONDERE, CONDIDI, CONDITUS] : V put/insert (into); store up/put away, preserve, bottle (wine); bury/inter; sink;

[CONDO] : erect, establish, build.

[CONDO] : erect, establish, build

[CONDO] : to store, place.

[CONDOCEFACIO, CONDOCEFACERE, CONDOCEFECI, CONDOCEFACTUS] : V train; discipline; teach, instruct (l+s);

[CONDOCEO, CONDOCERE, CONDOCUI, CONDOCTUS] : V teach, instruct; train, exercise (l+s);

[CONDOCTOR, CONDOCTORIS] : N fellow-teacher;

[CONDOCTUS, CONDOCTA, CONDOCTUM] : ADJ taught; well learnt, well instructed;

[CONDOLEO, CONDOLERE, CONDOLUI, CONDOLITUS] : V feel severe pain; suffer greatly/with another; feel another's pain; empathize;

[CONDOLEO] : to suffer greatly.

[CONDOLESCO, CONDOLESCERE, CONDOLUI] : V be painful, ache; feel grief/sorrow; grieve;

[CONDOMO, CONDOMARE, CONDOMAVI, CONDOMATUS] : V check, curb; tame completely;

[CONDONATIO, CONDONATIONIS] : N giving away;

[CONDONO, CONDONARE, CONDONAVI, CONDONATUS] : V give (away/up); present; make present of; forgive/pardon/absolve; sacrifice to;

[CONDORMIO, CONDORMIRE, CONDORMIVI, CONDORMITUS] : V sleep soundly; be fast asleep;

[CONDORMISCO, CONDORMISCERE, CONDOMIVI] : V fall asleep, go to sleep;

[CONDRILLA, CONDRILLAE] : N plant, gum succory? (chondrilla funcea); spanish savory, endive/chicory (l+s);

[CONDRILLE, CONDRILLES] : N plant, gum succory? (chondrilla funcea); spanish savory, endive/chicory (l+s);

[CONDRION, CONDRII] : N plant, gum succory? (chondrilla funcea); spanish savory, endive/chicory (l+s);

[CONDRYLLA, CONDRYLLAE] : N plant, gum succory? (chondrilla funcea); spanish savory, endive/chicory (l+s);

[CONDUCENTER] : ADV profitably, wisely; becomingly; properly, suitably, appropriately (l+s);

[CONDUCIBILIS, CONDUCIBILE, CONDUCIBILIOR -OR -US, CONDUCIBILISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ expedient, advantageous; wise, advisable; profitable (l+s);

[CONDUCO, CONDUCERE, CONDUXI, CONDUCTUS] : V employ, hire; rent; borrow; contract for, undertake; farm the taxes;

[CONDUCO, CONDUCERE, CONDUXI, CONDUCTUS] : V be of advantage/profitable/expedient; be proper/fitting/concerned with; tend to

[CONDUCO, CONDUCERE, CONDUXI, CONDUCTUS] : V draw/bring together, collect, assemble; unite/join; cause to curdle/coagulate;

[CONDUCO] : hire, employ for wages, among many other meanings.

[CONDUCO] : to conduct, lead forth.

[CONDUCTICIUS, CONDUCTICIA, CONDUCTICIUM] : ADJ hired, mercenary; rented (house); of/pertaining to hire l+s);

[CONDUCTIO, CONDUCTIONIS] : N spasm; convulsion;

[CONDUCTIO, CONDUCTIONIS] : N renting, taking a lease; hiring; bringing together (premises of an argument);

[CONDUCTITIUS, CONDUCTITIA, CONDUCTITIUM] : ADJ hired, mercenary; rented (house); of/pertaining to hire l+s);

[CONDUCTOR, CONDUCTORIS] : N hirer, who employs for wage; contractor, who takes a contract; lessee/renter;

[CONDUCTRIX, CONDUCTRICIS] : N hirer (female), who hires or rents a thing; lessee/renter;

[CONDUCTUM, CONDUCTI] : N anything hired/leased; rented house/dwelling; lease/contract;

[CONDUCTUS, CONDUCTA, CONDUCTUM] : ADJ hired; composed of hired men/mercenaries; taken under contract, leased;

[CONDUCTUS, CONDUCTI] : N mercenary soldiers (pl.), hirelings; (bella conducta => war by mercenaries);

[CONDUCTUS, CONDUCTUS] : N contraction; (of the eye/other); (convulsion, spasm?);

[CONDULCO, CONDULCARE, CONDULCAVI, CONDULCATUS] : V sweeten;

[CONDULUS, CONDULI] : N knob/knuckle of a joint; joint of a reed, reed; fist (pl.); ring (old);

[CONDUMNO, CONDUMNARE, CONDUMNAVI, CONDUMNATUS] : V condemn, doom, convict; find guilty; (pass) sentence; blame, censure, impugn;

[CONDUPLICATIO, CONDUPLICATIONIS] : N doubling; (facetiously an embrace); reiteration/repetition (word/phrase);

[CONDUPLICO, CONDUPLICARE, CONDUPLICAVI, CONDUPLICATUS] : V double, make twofold/twice as much/great; make two kinds; embrace (w/corpora);

[CONDURDUM, CONDURDI] : N plant (unidentified);

[CONDURO, CONDURARE, CONDURAVI, CONDURATUS] : V harden, make hard;

[CONDUS, CONDI] : N one who stores (provisions);

[CONDYLOMA, CONDYLOMATIS] : N callous anal protuberance; swelling in the parts around the anus (l+s);

[CONDYLUS, CONDYLI] : N knob/knuckle of a joint; joint of a reed, reed; fist (pl.); ring (old);

[CONEA, CONEAE] : N stork; (praenestine form of circonia);

[CONECTIVE] : ADV connectively, conjunctively;

[CONECTO, CONECTERE, CONEXI, CONEXUS] : V join/fasten/link together, connect/associate; lead to; tie; implicate/involve;

[CONESTO, CONESTARE, CONESTAVI, CONESTATUS] : V honor, grace; do honor/pay respect to; make respectable; prevent baldness (l+s);

[CONEXE] : ADV in connection; connectively;

[CONEXIO, CONEXIONIS] : N binding together; close union; organic union; syllable;

[CONEXIO, CONEXIONIS] : N junction/meeting; causal sequence; conclusion/deduction; association/connection;

[CONEXIVUS, CONEXIVA, CONEXIVUM] : ADJ serving to unite/join (words/clauses), copulative, conjunctive, connective;

[CONEXO] : ADV in connection; connectively;

[CONEXUM, CONEXI] : N hypothetical proposition; necessary consequence, inevitable inference (l+s);

[CONEXUS, CONEXI] : N joined/linked; bound by ties; contiguous; related/associated/interdependent;

[CONEXUS, CONEXUS] : N connection; joining together; combination (l+s);

[CONFABRICOR, CONFABRICARI, -, CONFABRICATUS SUM] : V construct, build up; compose, make (l+s);

[CONFABULATIO, CONFABULATIONIS] : N conversation; discoursing together;

[CONFABULATOR, CONFABULATORIS] : N one who converses; (with god);

[CONFABULATUS, CONFABULATUS] : N conversation;

[CONFABULO, CONFABULONIS] : N companion; (erasmus);

[CONFABULOR, CONFABULARI, -, CONFABULATUS SUM] : V converse, talk together; talk about; discuss something (l+s);

[CONFACIO, CONFACERE, CONFECI, CONFACTUS] : V make together;

[CONFAMULANS, (GEN.), CONFAMULANTIS] : ADJ serving together; (in the same household);

[CONFAMULUS, CONFAMULI] : N fellow-servant;

[CONFARREATIO, CONFARREATIONIS] : N a marriage ceremony, in which meal/grain (far) was given as an offering;

[CONFARREO, CONFARREARE, CONFARREAVI, CONFARREATUS] : V marry by confarreatio (ceremony with meal/grain offering); contract marriage;

[CONFATALIS, CONFATALIS, CONFATALE] : ADJ fated by implication; jointly dependent on fate (l+s); decided by fate;

[CONFECTIO, CONFECTIONIS] : N destroying/diminishing/weakening/impairing; reduction (food chewing/digestion);

[CONFECTIO, CONFECTIONIS] : N making ready/preparation; compiling (book/account), composition; conclusion/end;

[CONFECTOR, CONFECTORIS] : N maker/preparer; who conducts (business); finisher; consumer; destroyer, slayer;

[CONFECTORARIUS, CONFECTORARI(I)] : N slaughter; butcher;

[CONFECTORIUM, CONFECTORII] : N slaughterhouse, place where swine/hogs are slaughtered/butchered;

[CONFECTRIX, CONFECTRICIS] : N destroyer, that which destroys;

[CONFECTURA, CONFECTURAE] : N preparation, making, manufacture;

[CONFECTUS, CONFECTA, CONFECTUM] : ADJ with her litter (w/sus of a sow); (offered with all her young for sacrifice);

[CONFERCIO, CONFERCIRE, CONFERSI, CONFERTUS] : V stuff/cram/pack/press (close) together; fill densely; raise a shout in unison;

[CONFERMENTO, CONFERMENTARE, CONFERMENTAVI, CONFERMENTATUS] : V leaven, ferment through and through;

[CONFERO, CONFERRE, CONTULI, COLLATUS] : V bring together, carry/convey; collect/gather, compare] : unite, add; direct/aim;

[CONFERO, CONFERRE, CONTULI, CONLATUS] : V discuss/debate/confer; oppose; pit/match against another; blame; bestow/assign;

[CONFERO, CONFERRE, CONTULI, CONLATUS] : V bring together, carry/convey; collect/gather, compare] : unite, add; direct/aim;

[CONFERO, CONFERRE, CONTULI, COLLATUS] : V discuss/debate/confer; oppose; pit/match against another; blame; bestow/assign;

[CONFERO] : discuss, debate, confer/ betake oneself, devote.

[CONFERO] : to bring together, put together, collect/ .

[CONFERO] : to bring together, put together, collect/

[CONFERRE (CF.) ] : PHRASE compare

[CONFERRUMINO, CONFERRUMINARE, CONFERRUMINAVI, CONFERRUMINATUS] : V cause to join; knit together (fractures); cement (l+s); solder together;

[CONFERSUS, CONFERSA -UM, CONFERSIOR -OR -US, CONFERSISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ full (of), crammed (with), abounding (in) (w/abl); as a whole, summarized;

[CONFERSUS, CONFERSA -UM, CONFERSIOR -OR -US, CONFERSISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ crowded/pressed together/thronging; in close order (troops); dense/compact;

[CONFERTE, CONFERTIUS, CONFERTISSIME] : ADV in a compact body/bunch/formation; closely;

[CONFERTIM] : ADV in a compact body/bunch/formation; closely;

[CONFERTUS, CONFERTA -UM, CONFERTIOR -OR -US, CONFERTISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ full (of), crammed (with), abounding (in) (w/abl); as a whole, summarized;

[CONFERTUS, CONFERTA -UM, CONFERTIOR -OR -US, CONFERTISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ crowded/pressed together/thronging; in close order (troops); dense/compact;

[CONFERUMINO, CONFERUMINARE, CONFERUMINAVI, CONFERUMINATUS] : V cause to join; knit together (fractures); cement (l+s); solder together;

[CONFERVA, CONFERVAE] : N aquatic plant; (kind of conferva/fresh water green algae?); (w/medicinal power);

[CONFERVEFACIO, CONFERVEFACERE, CONFERVEFECI, CONFERVEFACTUS] : V boil, make thoroughly hot; make glowing/melting hot (l+s);

[CONFERVESCO, CONFERVESCERE, CONFERVUI] : V become heated; grow hot; begin to boil (l+s); heal, grow together (bones);

[CONFERVESCO, CONFERVESCERE, CONFERBUI] : V become heated; grow hot; begin to boil (l+s); heal, grow together (bones);

[CONFERVO, CONFERVERE, CONFERVUI] : V knit (broken bones), grow together, heal; seethe/boil together (l+s);

[CONFERVO, CONFERVERE, CONFERBUI] : V knit (broken bones), grow together, heal; seethe/boil together (l+s);

[CONFESSIO, CONFESSIONIS] : N confession, acknowledgement; (act implying) admission (of guilt); proof, token;

[CONFESSIO, CONFESSIONIS] : N confession, creed, avowal of belief/faith; acknowledgement of christ; suffering;

[CONFESSIO, CONFESSIONIS] : N priise, thanksgivng; (vulgate);

[CONFESSOR, CONFESSORIS] : N confessor of christianity; martyr; lower clergy; pious monk; confessor (modern);

[CONFESSORIUS, CONFESSORIA, CONFESSORIUM] : ADJ based on admission/claiming a right (w/actio); of a confession/acknowledgement;

[CONFESSUM, CONFESSI] : N acknowledged/generally admitted fact; substance of a confession;

[CONFESSUS, CONFESSA, CONFESSUM] : ADJ admitted, acknowledged; generally admitted, manifest, obvious; confessed;

[CONFESSUS, CONFESSI] : N one who admits/confesses liability/crime;

[CONFESTIM] : ADV immediately, suddenly; at once, without delay, forthwith; rapidly, speedily;

[CONFESTIM] : speedily, rapidly, immediately, without delay.

[CONFESTIM] : without delay.

[CONFIBULA, CONFIBULAE] : N wooden double clamp/cramp, clincher;

[CONFICIENS, CONFICIENTIS (GEN.), CONFICIENTIOR -OR -US, CONFICIENTISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ productive of; (~ litterarum => diligent in keeping accounts);

[CONFICIO, CONFICERE, CONFECI, CONFECTUS] : V compose; amass, collect; raise (troops); traverse; eat up, consume; expend;

[CONFICIO, CONFICERE, CONFECI, CONFECTUS] : V finish off; kill, dispatch; defeat finally, subdue/reduce/pacify; chop/cut up;

[CONFICIO, CONFICERE, CONFECI, CONFECTUS] : V make, construct; prepare, complete, accomplish; cause; perform; do thoroughly;

[CONFICTIO, CONFICTIONIS] : N fabrication; invention (of an accusation/falsehood);

[CONFICTO, CONFICTARE, CONFICTAVI, CONFICTATUS] : V fabricate/invent/concoct an accusation/falsehood together; counterfeit/feign;

[CONFICTOR, CONFICTORIS] : N fabricator, he who fabricates/concocts a thing;

[CONFIDEJUSSOR, CONFIDEJUSSORIS] : N joint surety/bond;

[CONFIDELIS, CONFIDELIS] : N fellow-believer;

[CONFIDENS, (GEN.), CONFIDENTIS] : ADJ assured/confident; bold/daring/undaunted; overconfident, presumptuous; trusting;

[CONFIDENTER, CONFIDENTIUS, CONFIDENTISSIME] : ADV boldly, daringly, with assurance; audaciously, impudently, with effrontery;

[CONFIDENTER] : boldly, beyond a shadow of a doubt.

[CONFIDENTIA, CONFIDENTIAE] : N assurance/confidence; boldness, impudence, audacity; firm belief/expectation;

[CONFIDENTILOQUUS, CONFIDENTILOQUA -UM, CONFIDENTILOQUIOR -OR -U, CONFIDENTILOQUISSIMUS -A] : ADJ speaking audaciously; speaking confidently (l+s);

[CONFIDEO, CONFIDERE, -, CONFISUS SUM] : V rely on, trust (to); believe, be confident/assured/sure; (vulgate 4 ezra 7] : 98);

[CONFIDO, CONFIDERE, -, CONFISUS SUM] : V have confidence in, rely on, trust (to); believe, be confident/assured; be sure;

[CONFIDO] : have confidence in, be confident of, rely upon.

[CONFIDO] : to trust confidently, believe.

[CONFIGO, CONFIGERE, CONFIXI, CONFIXUS] : V pierce through, transfix; strike down, pierce with a weapon;

[CONFIGO, CONFIGERE, CONFIXI, CONFIXUS] : V fasten/nail together, construct; set/cover with studs/points; drive in (nails);

[CONFIGO] : to transfix.

[CONFIGURATIO, CONFIGURATIONIS] : N similar formation, configuration;

[CONFIGURO, CONFIGURARE, CONFIGURAVI, CONFIGURATUS] : V mold, shape; form from/after something, fashion accordingly (l+s);

[CONFINDO, CONFINDERE, CONFIDI, CONFISSUS] : V split, cleave; divide, cleave asunder (l+s);

[CONFINE, CONFINIS] : N boundary, border, border-line; confine, neighborhood (l+s);

[CONFINGO, CONFINGERE, CONFINXI, CONFICTUS] : V fashion/fabricate, construct by shaping/molding; invent/feign/devise; pretend;

[CONFINGO] : 3, to fabricate, make up

[CONFINGO] : to fabricate, make up.

[CONFINIO] : neighborhood, limit.

[CONFINIS, CONFINIS, CONFINE] : ADJ pertaining to boundaries; boundary-, border-;

[CONFINIS, CONFINIS, CONFINE] : ADJ adjoining, contiguous/having a common boundary; closely connected, allied, akin;

[CONFINIUM, CONFINI(I)] : N common boundary (area); border, limit; proximity/nearness/neighborhood;

[CONFINIUS, CONFINIA, CONFINIUM] : ADJ adjoining, contiguous/having a common boundary; closely connected, allied, akin;

[CONFINUS, CONFINI] : N one whose property is adjacent/adjoining, neighbor;

[CONFIO, CONFIERI, -, CONFACTUS SUM] : V compose; amass, collect; raise (troops); traverse; eat up, consume; expend;

[CONFIO, CONFIERI, -, CONFACTUS SUM] : V finish off; kill, dispatch; defeat finally, subdue/reduce/pacify; chop/cut up;

[CONFIO, CONFIERI, -, CONFACTUS SUM] : V make, construct; prepare, complete, accomplish; cause; perform; do thoroughly;

[CONFIO, CONFIERI, -, CONFACTUS] : V be done/accomplished/made/completed/spent/recorded/written; come about/happen;

[CONFIRMATE, CONFIRMATIUS, CONFIRMATISSIME] : ADV firmly;

[CONFIRMATE] : ADV confidently, with assurance; firmly (l+s);

[CONFIRMATIO, CONFIRMATIONIS] : N proof; corroboration; confirmation/verification/establishing; adducing proofs;

[CONFIRMATIO, CONFIRMATIONIS] : N making firm, quieting fears; encouragement/making confident/consolation;

[CONFIRMATIVE] : ADV confirmatively, corroboratively;

[CONFIRMATIVUM, CONFIRMATIVI] : N affirmation; affirmative;

[CONFIRMATIVUS, CONFIRMATIVA, CONFIRMATIVUM] : ADJ serving for confirmation, confirmative, corroborative;

[CONFIRMATOR, CONFIRMATORIS] : N guarantor; that/who confirms/establishes a thing (l+s); surety, security;

[CONFIRMATRIX, CONFIRMATRICIS] : N she who confirms/establishes a thing;

[CONFIRMATUS, CONFIRMATA -UM, CONFIRMATIOR -OR -US, CONFIRMATISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ confident/assured; well established/firmly based; well attested/certain/proven;

[CONFIRMATUS, CONFIRMATA -UM, CONFIRMATIOR -OR -US, CONFIRMATISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ encouraged; courageous, resolute; asserted/affirmed; certain, credible; proved;

[CONFIRMITAS, CONFIRMITATIS] : N self-assurance; firmness of will (l+s); obstinacy;

[CONFIRMO, CONFIRMARE, CONFIRMAVI, CONFIRMATUS] : V strengthen, develop, build up (w/troops); make secure/firm; reassure; secure;

[CONFIRMO, CONFIRMARE, CONFIRMAVI, CONFIRMATUS] : V assert positively; declare, prove, confirm, support; sanction; encourage;

[CONFIRMO] : to confirm

[CONFIRMO] : to confirm.

[CONFISCATIO, CONFISCATIONIS] : N confiscation/seizure of a person's property; forfeiting;

[CONFISCATOR, CONFISCATORIS] : N treasurer; master of the exchequer;

[CONFISCO, CONFISCARE, CONFISCAVI, CONFISCATUS] : V confiscate/seize (for the public treasury); lay-up in a treasury, store;

[CONFISIO, CONFISIONIS] : N assurance; trust, confidence;

[CONFITEOR CONFESSUS] : to confess, own up, admit, acknowledge.

[CONFITEOR, CONFITERI, -, CONFESSUS SUM] : V confess (w/acc), admit, acknowledge, reveal, disclose; concede, allow; denote;

[CONFIXILIS, CONFIXILIS, CONFIXILE] : ADJ fixed together, constructed; that can be joined together (l+s);

[CONFIXIO, CONFIXIONIS] : N firm joining together;

[CONFLABELLO, CONFLABELLARE, CONFLABELLAVI, CONFLABELLATUS] : V fan violently; kindle;

[CONFLACCESCO, CONFLACCESCERE,] : V grow weak; grow quite languid (l+s);

[CONFLAGRATIO, CONFLAGRATIONIS] : N conflagration, burning; (applied to the eruption of a volcano);

[CONFLAGRATUS, CONFLAGRATA, CONFLAGRATUM] : ADJ burnt up; completely consumed by fire;

[CONFLAGRO, CONFLAGRARE, CONFLAGRAVI, CONFLAGRATUS] : V be on fire/burn; be burnt down/consumed/utterly destroyed; be/become inflamed;

[CONFLAMMO, CONFLAMMARE, CONFLAMMAVI, CONFLAMMATUS] : V inflame;

[CONFLATILE, CONFLATILIS] : N cast idol/image;

[CONFLATILIS, CONFLATILIS, CONFLATILE] : ADJ cast;

[CONFLATIO, CONFLATIONIS] : N fanning, kindling, stirring up; casting, molding (in metal);

[CONFLATOR, CONFLATORIS] : N metal-caster;

[CONFLATORIUM, CONFLATORII] : N melting/casting furnace; (for metal);

[CONFLATURA, CONFLATURAE] : N melting (of metals by fire);

[CONFLAX, CONFLAGIS] : N places (pl.) exposed on all sides to the winds; (l+s);

[CONFLEXUS, CONFLEXA, CONFLEXUM] : ADJ bent; curved round;

[CONFLICTATIO, CONFLICTATIONIS] : N struggle, contest, contention; convulsion; dispute; punishing (l+s); collision;

[CONFLICTATRIX, CONFLICTATRICIS] : N she who afflicts;

[CONFLICTATUS, CONFLICTATA, CONFLICTATUM] : ADJ struck together; collided; contended, battled; argued, disagreed;

[CONFLICTIO, CONFLICTIONIS] : N collision/striking together; clash, disagreement/inconsistency; act of fighting;

[CONFLICTO, CONFLICTARE, CONFLICTAVI, CONFLICTATUS] : V harm, assail, harass, distress, torment, vex ; bring to ruin;

[CONFLICTO, CONFLICTARE, CONFLICTAVI, CONFLICTATUS] : V strike frequently/forcibly/violently; buffet; ruin;

[CONFLICTOR, CONFLICTARI, -, CONFLICTATUS SUM] : V contend, struggle; enter into a contest;

[CONFLICTUS, CONFLICTUS] : N clash, collision; impact; fight, contest (l+s); impulse; impression; necessity;

[CONFLICTUS] : contest, impulse.

[CONFLIGATUS, CONFLIGATA, CONFLIGATUM] : ADJ struck together; collided; contended, battled; argued, disagreed;

[CONFLIGIUM, CONFLIGII] : N striking/dashing together; (waves);

[CONFLIGO, CONFLIGERE, CONFLIXI, CONFLICTUS] : V clash, collide; contend/fight/combat; be in conflict/at war; argue/disagree;

[CONFLO, CONFLARE, CONFLAVI, CONFLATUS] : V kindle/ignite, blow on; arouse/stir up; melt (down), cast, weld; run up (debt);

[CONFLO, CONFLARE, CONFLAVI, CONFLATUS] : V start, cause, bring about; bring/rake together, compose; invent/concoct (lie);

[CONFLORENS, (GEN.), CONFLORENTIS] : ADJ blooming/blossoming/flourishing together/strongly;;

[CONFLOX, CONFLOGIS] : N places (pl.) exposed on all sides to the winds; (l+s);

[CONFLUCTUO, CONFLUCTUARE, CONFLUCTUAVI, CONFLUCTUATUS] : V wave, swell, undulate, fluctuate; surge/rise in waves on all sides (l+s);

[CONFLUENS, CONFLUENTIS] : N confluence, meeting place/junction of rivers; name of town (pl.) (now coblenz);

[CONFLUENTIA, CONFLUENTIAE] : N conflux, flowing together; confluence; (confluentia => coblenz);

[CONFLUO, CONFLUERE, CONFLUXI, CONFLUXUS] : V flow/flock/come together/abundantly, meet/assemble; gather/collect; be brought;

[CONFLUUS, CONFLUA, CONFLUUM] : ADJ flowing together;

[CONFLUVIUM, CONFLUVI(I)] : N confluence, place where streams of water/air meet; sink, drain;

[CONFLUX, CONFLUGIS] : N places (pl.) with rivers on all sides; junction/meeting of several rivers;

[CONFODIO, CONFODERE, CONFODI, CONFOSSUS] : V stab/run through, wound fatally; pierce, harm; dig up/turn over (land); trench;

[CONFOEDERATIO, CONFOEDERATIONIS] : N agreement, covenant; (league, confederation?);

[CONFOEDERO, CONFOEDERARE, CONFOEDERAVI, CONFOEDERATUS] : V unite, join in a league;

[CONFOEDO, CONFOEDARE, CONFOEDAVI, CONFOEDATUS] : V befoul, make filthy;

[CONFOEDUSTUS, CONFOEDUSTI] : N allies (pl.);

[CONFOEDUSTUS, CONFOEDUSTA, CONFOEDUSTUM] : ADJ allied, joined in alliance;

[CONFORANE, (GEN.), CONFORANEIS] : ADJ working/selling at the same market place;

[CONFORIO, CONFORIRE, CONFORIVI] : V defile/pollute with ordure/diarrhea; (rude);

[CONFORMALIS, CONFORMALIS, CONFORMALE] : ADJ similar, like, conformable;

[CONFORMATIO, CONFORMATIONIS] : N shape, form; character/constitution; idea, notion; figure of speech; inflection;

[CONFORMATOR, CONFORMATORIS] : N framer, former;

[CONFORMIS, CONFORMIS, CONFORME] : ADJ similar, like;

[CONFORMITAS, CONFORMITATIS] : N likeness; conformity (ecc); agreement;

[CONFORMO, CONFORMARE, CONFORMAVI, CONFORMATUS] : V shape/mold skillfully; outline, describe; train/educate/teach; make to agree;

[CONFORNICATIO, CONFORNICATIONIS] : N arching/vaulting over (of a space);

[CONFORNICO, CONFORNICARE, CONFORNICAVI, CONFORNICATUS] : V vault over, over-arch, cover with an arched roof;

[CONFORTARI] : to be strong.

[CONFORTO, CONFORTARE, CONFORTAVI, CONFORTATUS] : V strengthen very much; (reinforce, fortify); console, confort (bee);

[CONFORTO] : to strengthen much.

[CONFORTO] : to strengthen much, soothe.

[CONFOSSUS, CONFOSSA -UM, CONFOSSIOR -OR -US, CONFOSSISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ punctured, pierced; pierced through; full of holes;

[CONFOVEO, CONFOVERE, CONFOVI, CONFOTUS] : V care for, tend; warm (l+s); foster; cherish assiduously;

[CONFRACESCO, CONFRACESCERE, CONFRACUI] : V putrefy, rot;

[CONFRACTIO, CONFRACTIONIS] : N breach; rupture; fracture;

[CONFRACTURA, CONFRACTURAE] : N breach; rupture; fracture;

[CONFRACTUS, CONFRACTA, CONFRACTUM] : ADJ broken; irregular; uneven;

[CONFRAGA] : cracks.

[CONFRAGOSE] : ADV roughly, unevenly;

[CONFRAGOSUM, CONFRAGOSI] : N rough/uneven/broken ground; rough place; thicket; difficulty;

[CONFRAGOSUS, CONFRAGOSA -UM, CONFRAGOSIOR -OR -US, CONFRAGOSISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ rough, uneven, broken; difficult, hard, difficult to accomplish;

[CONFRAGUM, CONFRAGI] : N rough place; thicket (l+s);

[CONFRAGUS, CONFRAGA, CONFRAGUM] : ADJ rough, uneven, broken; difficult, hard, difficult to accomplish;

[CONFRAX, CONFRAGIS] : N places (pl.) exposed on all sides to the winds; (l+s);

[CONFREMO, CONFREMERE, CONFREMUI] : V resound, ring, echo; make a noise; murmur loudly;

[CONFREQUENTO, CONFREQUENTARE, CONFREQUENTAVI, CONFREQUENTATUS] : V celebrate/keep (festival); keep in mind; maintain (memory of the dead);

[CONFREQUENTO, CONFREQUENTARE, CONFREQUENTAVI, CONFREQUENTATUS] : V visit frequently/in large numbers, frequent; increase in numbers;

[CONFRICAMENTUM, CONFRICAMENTI] : N something/compound for rubbing; dentifrice;

[CONFRICATIO, CONFRICATIONIS] : N vigorous rubbing; friction;

[CONFRICO, CONFRICARE, CONFRICAVI, CONFRICATUS] : V rub vigorously; rub (with unguents, massage, rub down (body); rub/make smooth;

[CONFRINGO, CONFRINGERE, CONFREGI, CONFRACTUS] : V break up/down/in pieces/in two; shatter/destroy/crush/ruin/wreck; subvert/undo;

[CONFRIO, CONFRIARE, CONFRIAVI, CONFRIATUS] : V cover with power (or the like); rub in (l+s);

[CONFRIXO, CONFRIXARE, CONFRIXAVI, CONFRIXATUS] : V roast/fry (with something);

[CONFUGA, CONFUGAE] : N refugee, one who takes refuge;

[CONFUGELA, CONFUGELAE] : N place of refuge;

[CONFUGIO, CONFUGERE, CONFUGI, CONFUGITUS] : V flee (for refuge/safety/protection); take refuge; have recourse/appeal to;

[CONFUGIO] : to flee, have recourse to, take refuge.

[CONFUGIO] : to take refuge in, have recourse to.

[CONFUGIUM, CONFUGI(I)] : N sanctuary, refuge, place of refuge; shelter (l+s);

[CONFUGO] : to flee, have recourse to, take refuge.

[CONFULCIO, CONFULCIRE, CONFULSI, CONFULTUS] : V press together;

[CONFULGEO, CONFULGERE, CONFULSI] : V shine, gleam; be resplendent; shine brightly, glitter, glisten (l+s);

[CONFULTUS, CONFULTA, CONFULTUM] : ADJ pressed together;

[CONFUNDO, CONFUNDERE, CONFUDI, CONFUSUS] : V upset/confuse; blur/jumble; bring disorder/ruin; disfigure; bewilder, dismay;

[CONFUNDO, CONFUNDERE, CONFUDI, CONFUSUS] : V pour/mix/mass/bring together; combine/unite/blend/merge; spread over, diffuse;

[CONFUNDO] : to bring into disorder, confounding, destroy.

[CONFUNDO] : to pour together, mix, blend / confound, confuse, trouble.

[CONFUNDO] : to pour together, mix, blend/ confound, confuse, trouble.

[CONFUNERO, CONFUNERARE, CONFUNERAVI, CONFUNERATUS] : V bury, inter; ruin, destroy;

[CONFUSANEUS, CONFUSANEA, CONFUSANEUM] : ADJ composite, derived from several sources; mingled (l+s); miscellaneous;

[CONFUSE, CONFUSIUS, CONFUSISSIME] : ADV in a confused/disorderly/perplexed way, fumblingly; indiscriminately; vaguely;

[CONFUSICIUS, CONFUSICIA, CONFUSICIUM] : ADJ mixed; hodge-podge;

[CONFUSIM] : ADV confusedly, in a disorderly manner/fashion;

[CONFUSIM] : in a confused way, fumbling.

[CONFUSIO, CONFUSIONIS] : N mingling, mixture, uniting; confusion/confounding, disorder, trouble; blushing;

[CONFUSIO, CONFUSIONIS] : N shame;

[CONFUSIO] : a combining, blemish, disorder.

[CONFUSIO] : mingling, mixture / confounding, confusion, disorder

[CONFUSIO] : mingling, mixture/ confounding, confusion, disorder.

[CONFUSUS, CONFUSA -UM, CONFUSIOR -OR -US, CONFUSISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ mixed together/jumbled/disordered; in disorder; indistinct; inarticulate;

[CONFUSUS, CONFUSA -UM, CONFUSIOR -OR -US, CONFUSISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ confused/perplexed, troubled; vague/indefinite, obscure; embarrassed/blushing;

[CONFUSUS] : confused, disorderly / embarassed, troubled, confounded.

[CONFUSUS] : confused, disorderly/ embarassed, troubled, confounded.

[CONFUTATIO, CONFUTATIONIS] : N refutation; action of proving false; confutation (l+s);

[CONFUTO, CONFUTARE, CONFUTAVI, CONFUTATUS] : V restrain, check, repress, dampen, suppress, diminish; keep from boiling over;

[CONFUTO, CONFUTARE, CONFUTAVI, CONFUTATUS] : V abash, silence (accuser); shock; disprove, refute; convict of error; put down;

[CONFUTO] : supress, keep silent/ convict.

[CONFUTO] : supress, keep silent / convict.

[CONFUTO] : to check, repress, stop, halt, turn back / silence

[CONFUTO] : to check, repress, stop, halt, turn back/ silence.

[CONFUTO] : to confute/ restrain, check, repress.

[CONFUTO] : to confute / restrain, check, repress.

[CONFUTOR, CONFUTORIS] : N refuter; opponent;

[CONFUTUO, CONFUTUARE, CONFUTUAVI, CONFUTUATUS] : V have sexual intercourse with (a woman); (rude); lie with conjugally (l+s);

[CONG, ABB.] : N liquid measure (about 3 quarts); (6 sextarri, 1/4 urna); abb. cong.;

[CONGARRIO, CONGARRIRE, CONGARRIVI, CONGARRITUS] : V prattle;

[CONGAUDEO, CONGAUDERE, CONGAVISI, CONGAVISUS] : V rejoice with one/together;

[CONGELASCO, CONGELASCERE,] : V freeze; congeal owing to cold;

[CONGELATIO, CONGELATIONIS] : N frost; action of freezing; freezing, congealing (l+s);

[CONGELO, CONGELARE, CONGELAVI, CONGELATUS] : V cause to freeze/congeal/grow hard; (pass) become frozen, congeal/curdle/freeze;

[CONGELO, CONGELARE, CONGELAVI, CONGELATUS] : V harden; make/become hard; strike fear into, chill; render/become inactive;

[CONGELO] : to congeal, harden, freeze.

[CONGEMINATIO, CONGEMINATIONIS] : N doubling; (of an embrace, embracing);

[CONGEMINO, CONGEMINARE, CONGEMINAVI, CONGEMINATUS] : V double; increase; combine to double size; redouble; employ in repeated action;

[CONGEMISCO, CONGEMISCERE,] : V sigh deeply;

[CONGEMO, CONGEMERE, CONGEMUI, CONGEMITUS] : V groan/moan (loudly), utter a cry of grief/pain; bewail, lament; sigh deeply;

[CONGENATUS, CONGENATA, CONGENATUM] : ADJ akin; linguistically related (languages); innate;

[CONGENER, CONGENERI] : N joint son-in-law?;

[CONGENER, CONGERA, CONGERUM] : ADJ belonging to the same family (plant); of the same race/kind (l+s);

[CONGENERO, CONGENERARE, CONGENERAVI, CONGENERATUS] : V bind by ties of kinship, unite; give birth/beget/produce at the same time;

[CONGENICLATUS, CONGENICLATA, CONGENICLATUM] : ADJ forced to one's knees; fallen upon the knees (l+s);

[CONGENICLO, CONGENICLARE, CONGENICLAVI, CONGENICLATUS] : V fall on one's knees;

[CONGENITUS, CONGENITA, CONGENITUM] : ADJ congenital, existing from time of birth; coeval; born/produced together with;

[CONGENTILIS, CONGENTILIS] : N persons (pl.) belonging to the same gens; relatives, kindred;

[CONGENUCLATUS, CONGENUCLATA, CONGENUCLATUM] : ADJ forced to one's knees;

[CONGENUCLO, CONGENUCLARE, CONGENUCLAVI, CONGENUCLATUS] : V fall on one's knees;

[CONGER, CONGRI] : N conger eel; sea eel (l+s);

[CONGERIA, CONGERIAE] : N heap, pile, mass; collection/accumulation (events/words); the ruins; chaos;

[CONGERIES, CONGERIEI] : N heap, pile, mass; collection/accumulation (events/words); the ruins; chaos;

[CONGERIES] : pile, mass.

[CONGERMANATUS, CONGERMANATA, CONGERMANATUM] : ADJ related, associated;

[CONGERMANESCO, CONGERMANESCERE,] : V become allied/united (to); grow up/together with one (l+s);

[CONGERMANUS, CONGERMANA, CONGERMANUM] : ADJ grown together/up with; united with;

[CONGERMINALIS, CONGERMINALIS, CONGERMINALE] : ADJ from the same stalk/stock;

[CONGERMINO, CONGERMINARE, CONGERMINAVI, CONGERMINATUS] : V sprout, put forth shoots; shoot forth at the same time (l+s);

[CONGERO, CONGERERE, CONGESSI, CONGESTUS] : V collect, bring/get together, amass; heap/pile up/on; build, construct; compile;

[CONGERO, CONGERERE, CONGESSI, CONGESTUS] : V consign (to one's stomach); assemble/crowd together; give repeatedly, shower;

[CONGERO, CONGERONIS] : N thief;

[CONGERO] : to collect, compile.

[CONGERRA, CONGERRAE] : N playfellow; crony;

[CONGERRO, CONGERRONIS] : N fellow idler; boon/jolly companion; (one who contributes to a common feast);

[CONGESTE] : ADV briefly; summarily;

[CONGESTICIUS, CONGESTICIA, CONGESTICIUM] : ADJ raised, heaped/piled up; of material brought to the spot; brought together;

[CONGESTIM] : ADV in heaps; heaped together (l+s);

[CONGESTIO, CONGESTIONIS] : N action of filling (holes/ditches); heap/mass/pile; combination/accumulation;

[CONGESTITIUS, CONGESTITIA, CONGESTITIUM] : ADJ raised, heaped/piled up; of material brought to the spot; brought together;

[CONGESTO, CONGESTARE, CONGESTAVI, CONGESTATUS] : V bring/carry together;

[CONGESTUS, CONGESTA, CONGESTUM] : ADJ brought together; pressed/crowded together; thick;

[CONGESTUS, CONGESTA -UM, CONGESTIOR -OR -US, CONGESTISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ piled up, crowded together;

[CONGESTUS, CONGESTUS] : N action of bringing together/assembling/heaping; heap/pile/mass; big collection;

[CONGIALIS, CONGIALIS, CONGIALE] : ADJ holding a congius (3 quarts); (liquid measure);

[CONGIARIUM, CONGIARI(I)] : N largess for soldiers/poor; gift in corn/oil/wine/salt/money; 1 congius vessel;

[CONGIARIUS, CONGIARIA, CONGIARIUM] : ADJ of/pertaining to/holding the (liquid) measure of one congius (about 3 quarts);

[CONGIUS, CONGII] : N liquid measure (about 3 quarts); (6 sextarri, 1/4 urna); abb. cong.;

[CONGLACIO, CONGLACIARE, CONGLACIAVI, CONGLACIATUS] : V freeze, turn (entirely) to ice; cause to freeze up; be inactive;

[CONGLACIOR, CONGLACIARI, -, CONGLACIATUS SUM] : V freeze, turn to ice;

[CONGLISCO, CONGLISCERE,] : V grow, increase; blaze up, be kindled; become illustrious;

[CONGLOBATIM] : ADV in heaps, in a mass;

[CONGLOBATIO, CONGLOBATIONIS] : N accumulation; massing together (things); crowding/gathering together (people);

[CONGLOBO, CONGLOBARE, CONGLOBAVI, CONGLOBATUS] : V form/make into a ball; roll up; accumulate; crowd/press/mass together; clot;

[CONGLOBO] : to amass.

[CONGLOMERATIO, CONGLOMERATIONIS] : N assembly; crowding together;

[CONGLOMERO, CONGLOMERARE, CONGLOMERAVI, CONGLOMERATUS] : V concentrate, gather into a compact mass; heap (evils upon a person) (w/in+acc);

[CONGLORIFICO, CONGLORIFICARE, CONGLORIFICAVI, CONGLORIFICATUS] : V glorify together with;

[CONGLUTINATIO, CONGLUTINATIONIS] : N joint; joining by cohesion; gluing/cementing/joining together (l+s);

[CONGLUTINO, CONGLUTINARE, CONGLUTINAVI, CONGLUTINATUS] : V glue/stick/bind together; cement; make to cohere; bring into agreement; devise;

[CONGLUTINOSUS, CONGLUTINOSA, CONGLUTINOSUM] : ADJ glutinous; viscous;

[CONGLUVIALIS, CONGLUVIALIS, CONGLUVIALE] : ADJ additional/tacked on (days) for proceedings after a break?;

[CONGRADUS, CONGRADA, CONGRADUM] : ADJ keeping pace with; apace;

[CONGRAECO, CONGRAECARE, CONGRAECAVI, CONGRAECATUS] : V squander like a greek; lavish on banquets, squander on luxury (l+s);

[CONGRATULATIO, CONGRATULATIONIS] : N congratulations; wishing of joy, congratulating;

[CONGRATULOR, CONGRATULARI, -, CONGRATULATUS SUM] : V congratulate; wish joy; rejoice with (ecc);

[CONGRATULOR] : to rejoice.

[CONGREDIOR NAVIGIO] : to sail.

[CONGREDIOR, CONGREDI, -, CONGRESSUS SUM] : V meet, approach, near; join in battle, come to grips; contend/engage (at law);

[CONGREDIOR, CONGREDIRI, -, CONGRESSUS SUM] : V meet, approach, near; join in battle, come to grips; contend/engage (at law);

[CONGREDIOR] : to accost.

[CONGREGABILIS, CONGREGABILIS, CONGREGABILE] : ADJ that group(s) together; social, easily brought together (l+s);

[CONGREGALIS, CONGREGALIS, CONGREGALE] : ADJ uniting together; joining;

[CONGREGATIM] : ADV together; in crowds;

[CONGREGATIO, CONGREGATIONIS] : N act of forming social group; association, community; brotherhood; congregation;

[CONGREGATIO] : assembly, society, union.

[CONGREGATIVUS, CONGREGATIVA, CONGREGATIVUM] : ADJ suitable for uniting/congregating, copulative;

[CONGREGATOR, CONGREGATORIS] : N assembler, one who brings together; convener?;

[CONGREGATUS, CONGREGATUS] : N union, association;

[CONGREGO, CONGREGARE, CONGREGAVI, CONGREGATUS] : V collect/bring together/assemble/convene; flock, congregate; group; concentrate;

[CONGREGO] : to assemble.

[CONGREGO] : to gather together, assemble, convene.

[CONGREGUS, CONGREGA, CONGREGUM] : ADJ united/collected in flocks/herds;

[CONGRESSIO, CONGRESSIONIS] : N meeting, visit, interview; encounter; conflict, attack; sexual intercourse;

[CONGRESSOR, CONGRESSORIS] : N one who meets/assembles with;

[CONGRESSUS, CONGRESSUS] : N meeting, interview; assembly/conference; encounter; engagement, clash; contest;

[CONGRESSUS, CONGRESSUS] : N union, combination, coming together; sexual/social intercourse; companionship;

[CONGRESSUS] : a meeting, association.

[CONGRESSUS] : encounter, assembly, meeting, congress.

[CONGREX, (GEN.), CONGREGIS] : ADJ herded together; of same herd/flock (l+s); collected in flocks; intimate/close;

[CONGRUE] : ADV suitably, aptly; agreeably, harmoniously;

[CONGRUENS, CONGRUENTIS (GEN.), CONGRUENTIOR -OR -US, CONGRUENTISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ agreeing, according, consistent; harmonious, in unison/keeping; at same time;

[CONGRUENS, CONGRUENTIS (GEN.), CONGRUENTIOR -OR -US, CONGRUENTISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ congruent, corresponding to, similar, matching; appropriate, fitting; proper;

[CONGRUENS] : appropriate, proportioned.

[CONGRUENTER, CONGRUENTIUS, CONGRUENTISSIME] : ADV agreeably; in a corresponding manner; appropriately, aptly; suitably;

[CONGRUENTER] : harmoniously .

[CONGRUENTIA, CONGRUENTIAE] : N consistency/accordance; proper way; similarity/likeness; symmetry/proportion;

[CONGRUO, CONGRUERE, CONGRUI] : V agree, coincide, correspond, be consistent; be suited, be adapted; fit in;

[CONGRUO, CONGRUERE, CONGRUI] : V unite, combine, come together; blend, harmonize, act together; be congenial;

[CONGRUO] : coincide, agree, conform.

[CONGRUO] : coinside, agree, conform

[CONGRUS, CONGRI] : N conger eel; sea eel (l+s);

[CONGRUUS, CONGRUA, CONGRUUM] : ADJ agreeing, according; fit, suitable (l+s); harmonious;

[CONGRUUS] : agreeing, fit, suitable.

[CONGRUUS] : appropriate, suitable.

[CONGYRO, CONGYRARE, CONGYRAVI, CONGYRATUS] : V circle, make a circle around a person;

[CONIA, CONIAE] : N stork;

[CONICIO, CONICERE, CONJECI, CONJECTUS] : V throw/cast/fling (into area); devote/pour (money); thrust, involve; insert;

[CONICIO, CONICERE, CONJECI, CONJECTUS] : V throw/put/pile together; conclude, infer/guess; assign, make go; classify, put;

[CONICIO] : to hurl, throw / put together, conjecture.

[CONICIO] : to hurl, throw/ put together, conjecture.

[CONICUS, CONICA, CONICUM] : ADJ conical;

[CONIECTO] : to throw together, infer, guess, conclude.

[CONIECTURALEM ARTEM ESSE MEDICINAM. ] : PHRASE medicine is the art of guessing.

[CONIFER, CONIFERA, CONIFERUM] : ADJ coniferous, cone-bearing (tree); bearing fruit of a conical form (l+s);

[CONIGER, CONIFERA, CONIFERUM] : ADJ coniferous, cone-bearing (tree); bearing fruit of a conical form (l+s);

[CONILA, CONILAE] : N plant (of genus satureia, savory); (also called cunila and origanum l+s);

[CONINQUINO, CONINQUINARE, CONINQUINAVI, CONINQUINATUS] : V befoul/pollute/defile wholly (immorality); contaminate/taint/infect (w/disease);

[CONINQUO, CONINQUERE,] : V cut back, prune; cut off, cut down (l+s);

[CONIPTUM, CONIPTI] : N oblation/offering/rite made by sprinkling flour;

[CONISCO, CONISCARE, CONISCAVI, CONISCATUS] : V brandish/shake/quiver; flash/glitter, emit/reflect intermittent/quivering light;

[CONISTERIUM, CONISTERI(I)] : N room in a palaestra for wrestlers to sprinkle themselves with dust;

[CONITOR, CONITI, -, CONISUS SUM] : V strain, strive (physically); put forth; endeavor eagerly; struggle (to reach);

[CONITOR, CONITI, -, CONIXUS SUM] : V strain, strive (physically); put forth; endeavor eagerly; struggle (to reach);

[CONITOR] : to press upon, to struggle to reach.

[CONITOR] : to press upon, to struggle to reach

[CONITUM, CONITI] : N oblation/offering/rite made by sprinkling flour;

[CONIUM, CONII] : N hemlock; (pure latin cicuta);

[CONIURATIO] : conspiracy, plot.

[CONIURATUS] : conspirator, plotter.

[CONIURO] : to take an oath together, plot, conspire.

[CONIVENTIA, CONIVENTIAE] : N N connivance, tacit permission/sanction, overlooking/winking at an offense;

[CONIVEO, CONIVERE, CONIVI] : V close/screw up the eyes, blink; wink at, overlook, turn a blind eye, connive;

[CONIVEO, CONIVERE, CONIXI] : V be tightly closed (eyes); (other things); be inactive/eclipsed; lie dormant;

[CONIVOLUS, CONIVOLA, CONIVOLUM] : ADJ closed (eyes); hidden, covered;

[CONJACEO, CONJACERE, CONJACUI, CONJACITUS] : V lie together;

[CONJECTANEUM, CONJECTANEI] : N miscellany (pl.); (title of several books); note/commonplace book (l+s);

[CONJECTARIUS, CONJECTARIA, CONJECTARIUM] : ADJ conjectural, based on inferences; of/pertaining to conjecture (l+s);

[CONJECTATIO, CONJECTATIONIS] : N inference, conjecture, guess, surmise; act of guessing/surmising;

[CONJECTATOR, CONJECTATORIS] : N soothsayer, seer; conjecturer;

[CONJECTATORIUS, CONJECTATORIA, CONJECTATORIUM] : ADJ conjectural, based on inferences; of/pertaining to conjecture (l+s);

[CONJECTIO, CONJECTIONIS] : N summary; comparison; interpretation/exposition; inference/conjecture; throwing;

[CONJECTO, CONJECTARE, CONJECTAVI, CONJECTATUS] : V throw together; assemble; throw (person in prison); interpret (portent);

[CONJECTO, CONJECTARE, CONJECTAVI, CONJECTATUS] : V conjecture, think, imagine, infer, guess, conclude; judge, draw a conclusion;

[CONJECTOR, CONJECTORIS] : N soothsayer; interpreter of dreams; diviner, seer;

[CONJECTRIX, CONJECTRIS] : N interpreter of dreams (female); soothsayer (female); diviner, seer;

[CONJECTURA, CONJECTURAE] : N conjecture/guess/inference/reasoning/interpretation/comparison; prophecy/forecas

[CONJECTURALE, CONJECTURALIS] : N conjectures/inferences/guesses (pl.);

[CONJECTURALIS, CONJECTURALIS, CONJECTURALE] : ADJ conjectural, of/based on conjecture/guess/inference;

[CONJECTURALITER] : ADV by way of conjecture, conjecturally;

[CONJECTUS, CONJECTUS] : N throwing/crowding (together/into area), collection; joining battle (w/pugnae);

[CONJECTUS, CONJECTUS] : N throw/shot (distance); act of throwing (missile); glance/directing one's gaze;

[CONJICIO, CONJICERE, CONJECI, CONJECTUS] : V throw/cast/fling (into area); devote/pour (money); thrust, involve; insert;

[CONJICIO, CONJICERE, CONJECI, CONJECTUS] : V throw/put/pile together; conclude, infer/guess; assign, make go; classify, put;

[CONJUBEO, CONJUBERE,] : V command together;

[CONJUCUNDOR, CONJUCUNDARI, -, CONJUCUNDATUS SUM] : V rejoice together/with one;

[CONJUGA, CONJUGAE] : N wife; spouse; consort (l+s);

[CONJUGALIS, CONJUGALIS, CONJUGALE] : ADJ name of a species of myrtle?;

[CONJUGALIS, CONJUGALIS, CONJUGALE] : ADJ marital, conjugal, of/proper to marriage; faithful; belonging to husband/wife;

[CONJUGALUS, CONJUGALA, CONJUGALUM] : ADJ name of a species of myrtle;

[CONJUGATIO, CONJUGATIONIS] : N etymological connection; mixing together/combining, mixture; conjugation (late);

[CONJUGATITER] : ADV as married persons;

[CONJUGATOR, CONJUGATORIS] : N one who unites (in a pair); one who joins (l+s);

[CONJUGATUM, CONJUGATI] : N etymologically connected words;

[CONJUGATUS, CONJUGATA, CONJUGATUM] : ADJ etymologically connected/related (words); depending on etymological connection;

[CONJUGIALIS, CONJUGIALIS, CONJUGIALE] : ADJ belonging to a marriage, conjugal, connubial, marital; of a husband;

[CONJUGIUM, CONJUGI(I)] : N marriage/wedlock; husband/wife; couple; mating (animal), pair; close connection;

[CONJUGIUM] : wedlock.

[CONJUGO, CONJUGARE, CONJUGAVI, CONJUGATUS] : V join in marriage; form a friendship; join together, unite in (l+s);

[CONJUGO] : to unite.

[CONJUGULUS, CONJUGULA, CONJUGULUM] : ADJ name of a species of myrtle; pertaining to uniting/connecting (l+s);

[CONJUNCTE, CONJUNCTIUS, CONJUNCTISSIME] : ADV jointly, at same time; together, in a friendly/confidential fashion;

[CONJUNCTE] : ADV like compound proposition; hypothetically? (l+s);

[CONJUNCTIM] : ADV jointly, in common; together; in combination;

[CONJUNCTIO, CONJUNCTIONIS] : N union; mutual love/familiarity, match, fellowship; joint occurrence/conjunction;

[CONJUNCTIO, CONJUNCTIONIS] : N conjunction (word); combination; compound proposition; association/affinity;

[CONJUNCTIVUS, CONJUNCTIVI] : N conjunctive/subjunctive mood;

[CONJUNCTIVUS, CONJUNCTIVA, CONJUNCTIVUM] : ADJ connective; of connection, serving to connect (l+s); subjunctive (mood);

[CONJUNCTRIX, CONJUNCTRICIS] : N that which joins/unites together;

[CONJUNCTUM, CONJUNCTI] : N connected word/proposition; compound proposition; connection (l+s);

[CONJUNCTUS, CONJUNCTA, CONJUNCTUM] : ADJ closely connected/related/attached/associated (friendship/kinship/wed);

[CONJUNCTUS, CONJUNCTUS] : N process/state of being joined together; connection, conjunction (l+s); (abl s);

[CONJUNCTUS, CONJUNCTA, CONJUNCTUM] : ADJ adjoining/contiguous/linked; connected/contemporary (time), continuous; complex;

[CONJUNGO, CONJUNGERE, CONJUNXI, CONJUNCTUS] : V connect, join/yoke together; marry; connect/compound (words) (w/conjunctions);

[CONJUNGO, CONJUNGERE, CONJUNXI, CONJUNCTUS] : V unite (sexually); place/bring side-by-side; juxtapose; share; add; associate;

[CONJUNGO] : to unite.

[CONJUNX, (GEN.), CONJUGIS] : ADJ yoked together; paired; linked as a pair;

[CONJUNX, CONJUGIS] : N spouse/mate/consort; husband (m); wife (f)/bride/fiancee/concubine; yokemate;

[CONJURATIO, CONJURATIONIS] : N conspiracy, plot, intrigue; alliance; band of conspirators; taking joint oath;

[CONJURATIO] : confederacy.

[CONJURATUS, CONJURATA, CONJURATUM] : ADJ conspiring; leagued;

[CONJURATUS, CONJURATI] : N conspirator; (usu. pl.);

[CONJURATUS] : sworn.

[CONJURO, CONJURARE, CONJURAVI, CONJURATUS] : V swear/act together, join in an oath/plot; conspire, plot; form alliance/league;

[CONJURO] : to unite by an oath, conspire.

[CONJUX, CONJUGIS] : N spouse/mate/consort; husband (m); wife (f)/bride/fiancee/concubine; yokemate;

[CONJUX] : consort.

[CONLABASCO, CONLABASCERE,] : V waver/totter/become unsteady at the same time; waver/totter with;

[CONLABEFACTO, CONLABEFACTARE, CONLABEFACTAVI, CONLABEFACTATUS] : V cause to topple over; make to reel/totter (l+s); overpower/subdue; melt (metal);

[CONLABEFIO, CONLABEFIERI, -, CONLABEFACTUS SUM] : V collapse/break up; sink together; be overthrown politically/brought to ruin;

[CONLABELLO, CONLABELLARE, CONLABELLAVI, CONLABELLATUS] : V make/form by putting the lips together;

[CONLABO, CONLABARE, CONLABAVI, CONLABATUS] : V labor/work with/together;

[CONLABOR, CONLABI, -, CONLAPSUS SUM] : V collapse, fall down/in ruin; fall in swoon/exhaustion/death; slip/slink (meet);

[CONLABOR, CONLABI, -, CONLABSUS SUM] : V collapse, fall down/in ruin; fall in swoon/exhaustion/death; slip/slink (meet);

[CONLACERATUS, CONLACERATA, CONLACERATUM] : ADJ torn to pieces; lacerated;

[CONLACERO, CONLACERARE, CONLACERAVI, CONLACERATUS] : V lacerate severely; tear to pieces (l+s);

[CONLACRIMATIO, CONLACRIMATIONIS] : N accompanying tears; weeping/lamenting (together/greatly);

[CONLACRIMO, CONLACRIMARE, CONLACRIMAVI, CONLACRIMATUS] : V weep together, weep in the company of someone; weep over/for (w/acc); bewail;

[CONLACRUMO, CONLACRUMARE, CONLACRUMAVI, CONLACRUMATUS] : V weep together, weep in the company of someone; weep over/for (w/acc); bewail;

[CONLACTANEA, CONLACTANEAE] : N foster-sister; one nourished at the same breast;

[CONLACTANEUS, CONLACTANEI] : N foster-brother; one nourished at the same breast;

[CONLACTEA, CONLACTEAE] : N foster-sister; one nourished at the same breast;

[CONLACTEUS, CONLACTEI] : N foster-brother; one nourished at the same breast;

[CONLACTIA, CONLACTIAE] : N foster-sister; one nourished at the same breast;

[CONLACTICIA, CONLACTICIAE] : N foster-sister; one nourished at the same breast;

[CONLACTICIUS, CONLACTICII] : N foster-brother; one nourished at the same breast;

[CONLACTIUS, CONLACTII] : N foster-brother; one nourished at the same breast;

[CONLAETOR, CONLAETARI, -, CONLAETATUS SUM] : V rejoice together;

[CONLAPSIO, CONLAPSIONIS] : N precipitation, falling together;

[CONLATERO, CONLATERARE, CONLATERAVI, CONLATERATUS] : V admit on both sides;

[CONLATICIUS, CONLATICIA, CONLATICIUM] : ADJ contributed, raised/produced by contributions; brought together (l+s); mingled;

[CONLATIO, CONLATIONIS] : N placing/putting together, combination; data collation; (payment of) tribute/tax;

[CONLATIO, CONLATIONIS] : N comparison; (grammatical secunda ~o => comparative, tertia ~o => superlative);

[CONLATITIUS, CONLATITIA, CONLATITIUM] : ADJ contributed, raised/produced by contributions; brought together (l+s); mingled;

[CONLATIVUM, CONLATIVI] : N contribution in money;

[CONLATIVUS, CONLATIVA, CONLATIVUM] : ADJ supplied/produced by contributions from many quarters; collected, combined (l+s)

[CONLATOR, CONLATORIS] : N joint contributor, subscriber; he who brings/places together (l+s); comparer;

[CONLATRO, CONLATRARE, CONLATRAVI, CONLATRATUS] : V bark in chorus at; bark/yelp fiercely at (l+s); inveigh against;

[CONLATUS, CONLATUS] : N joining of battle; affray, attack (l+s); contributing (to knowledge, teaching);

[CONLAUDABILIS, CONLAUDABILIS, CONLAUDABILE] : ADJ worthy of praise in every respect;

[CONLAUDATIO, CONLAUDATIONIS] : N high/warm praise; commendation; eulogy;

[CONLAUDATOR, CONLAUDATORIS] : N one who praises highly/warmly;

[CONLAUDO, CONLAUDARE, CONLAUDAVI, CONLAUDATUS] : V praise/extol highly; commend; eulogize;

[CONLAXO, CONLAXARE, CONLAXAVI, CONLAXATUS] : V loosen; make loose/porous (l+s);

[CONLECTA, CONLECTAE] : N contribution; collection; meeting/assemblage (l+s); collect at mass (eccl.);

[CONLECTACULUM, CONLECTACULI] : N place of assembling; receptacle, reservoir;

[CONLECTANEUS, CONLECTANEA, CONLECTANEUM] : ADJ collected, assembled/gathered together from various sources;

[CONLECTARIUS, CONLECTARII] : N money-changer; banker, cashier;

[CONLECTE] : ADV summarily; briefly;

[CONLECTICIUS, CONLECTICIA, CONLECTICIUM] : ADJ obtained/collected from various quarters; gathered hastily without selection;

[CONLECTIM] : ADV summarily; briefly;

[CONLECTIO, CONLECTIONIS] : N collection/accumulation; gathering, abscess; recapitulation, summary; inference;

[CONLECTITIUS, CONLECTITIA, CONLECTITIUM] : ADJ obtained/collected from various quarters; gathered hastily without selection;

[CONLECTIVUS, CONLECTIVA, CONLECTIVUM] : ADJ proceeding by inference; deductive; gathered together (l+s); collective (noun);

[CONLECTOR, CONLECTORIS] : N collector, one who collects; fellow student (l+s);

[CONLECTUM, CONLECTI] : N that which is collected; (food); collected sayings/writings (pl.);

[CONLECTUS, CONLECTA -UM, CONLECTIOR -OR -US, CONLECTISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ compact (of style), concise; restricted; contracted, narrow;

[CONLECTUS, CONLECTUS] : N heap/pile; accumulation (of liquid); collection;

[CONLEGA, CONLEGAE] : N colleague (in official/priestly office); associate, fellow (not official);

[CONLEGATARIUS, CONLEGATARII] : N joint legatee; person bequeathed a legacy in common with others;

[CONLEGIALIS, CONLEGIALIS, CONLEGIALE] : ADJ of a collegium (guild/fraternity/board); collegial;

[CONLEGIARIUS, CONLEGIARII] : N member of a collegium (guild/fraternity/society/corporation/board);

[CONLEGIARIUS, CONLEGIARIA, CONLEGIARIUM] : ADJ of a collegium (guild/fraternity/board); collegial;

[CONLEGIATUS, CONLEGIATI] : N member of a collegium (guild/fraternity/society/corporation/board);

[CONLEGIUM, CONLEGI(I)] : N college/board (priests); corporation; brotherhood/fraternity/guild/colleagueship

[CONLEPROSUS, CONLEPROSI] : N fellow-leper;

[CONLESCO, CONLESCERE, CONLUXI] : V lighten up, become illuminated; become clear/intelligible;

[CONLEVO, CONLEVARE, CONLEVAVI, CONLEVATUS] : V make (entirely) smooth; smooth;

[CONLIBERTA, CONLIBERTAE] : N fellow freedwoman; (having the same patronus);

[CONLIBERTUS, CONLIBERTI] : N fellow freedman; (having the same patronus);

[CONLIBRO, CONLIBRARE, CONLIBRAVI, CONLIBRATUS] : V measure; measure off (l+s);

[CONLICIA, CONLICIAE] : N gutter/drain (pl.) between inwardly-sloping roofs; gully; field-drain/runnel;

[CONLICIARIS, CONLICIARIS, CONLICIARE] : ADJ designed for making gullies; pertaining to water-channels (l+s);

[CONLICULUS, CONLICULI] : N hillock, small hill;

[CONLIDO, CONLIDERE, CONLISI, CONLISUS] : V strike/dash together; crush, batter, deform; set into conflict with each other;

[CONLIGATE] : ADV connectedly, jointly;

[CONLIGATIO, CONLIGATIONIS] : N binding together; bond/connection; thing that binds/connects band; conjunction;

[CONLIGO, CONLIGARE, CONLIGAVI, CONLIGATUS] : V bind/tie/pack together/up, connect, unite/unify; fetter/bind; immobilize, stop;

[CONLIGO, CONLIGERE, CONLEGI, CONLECTUS] : V collect, assemble, bring/gather/hold/keep together; combine; harvest; pick up;

[CONLIGO, CONLIGERE, CONLEXI, CONLECTUS] : V collect, assemble, bring/gather/hold/keep together; combine; harvest; pick up;

[CONLIGO, CONLIGERE, CONLEXI, CONLECTUS] : V obtain/acquire, amass; rally; recover; sum up; deduce, infer; compute, add up;

[CONLIGO, CONLIGERE, CONLEGI, CONLECTUS] : V obtain/acquire, amass; rally; recover; sum up; deduce, infer; compute, add up;

[CONLIMITANEUS, CONLIMITANEA, CONLIMITANEUM] : ADJ bordering upon; (w/dat);

[CONLIMITO, CONLIMITARE, CONLIMITAVI, CONLIMITATUS] : V border upon; (w/dat);

[CONLIMITOR, CONLIMITARI,] : V border upon; (w/dat);

[CONLIMITUM, CONLIMITI] : N boundary between two countries;

[CONLIMO, CONLIMARE, CONLIMAVI, CONLIMATUS] : V direct (the eyes) sideways; glance sidelong;

[CONLINEATE] : ADV in a straight/direct line; skillfully, artistically;

[CONLINEO, CONLINEARE, CONLINEAVI, CONLINEATUS] : V align, direct, aim;

[CONLINIO, CONLINIARE, CONLINIAVI, CONLINIATUS] : V align, direct, aim;

[CONLINO, CONLINERE, CONLEVI, CONLITUS] : V besmear, smear over; soil, pollute, defile;

[CONLIQUEFACIO, CONLIQUEFACERE, CONLIQUEFECI, CONLIQUEFACTUS] : V melt, liquefy; dissolve;

[CONLIQUEFACTUS, CONLIQUEFACTA, CONLIQUEFACTUM] : ADJ made fluid, liquefied, melted; dissolved;

[CONLIQUESCO, CONLIQUESCERE, CONLIQUI] : V melt, liquefy (w/in+acc); turn into by liquefying; melt along with; dissolve;

[CONLIQUIA, CONLIQUIAE] : N gutter/drain (pl.) between inwardly-sloping roofs; gully; field-drain/runnel;

[CONLIQUIARIUM, CONLIQUIARII] : N contrivance (pl.) for reliving air-pressure in water pipes;

[CONLISIO, CONLISIONIS] : N clash, collision; dashing/striking together (l+s);

[CONLISUS, CONLISA, CONLISUM] : ADJ crushed, flattened;

[CONLISUS, CONLISUS] : N striking/clashing together; collision;

[CONLOCATIO, CONLOCATIONIS] : N placing/siting (together); position; arrangement, ordering (things); marrying;

[CONLOCO, CONLOCARE, CONLOCAVI, CONLOCATUS] : V place/put/set in order/proper position, arrange; station, post, position; apply;

[CONLOCO, CONLOCARE, CONLOCAVI, CONLOCATUS] : V put together, assemble; settle/establish in a place/marriage; billet; lie down;

[CONLOCUPLETO, CONLOCUPLETARE, CONLOCUPLETAVI, CONLOCUPLETATUS] : V enrich, make wealthy/very rich; embellish, adorn;

[CONLOCUTIO, CONLOCUTIONIS] : N conversation (private), discussion, debate; conference, parley; talking together

[CONLOCUTOR, CONLOCUTORIS] : N he who talks with another;

[CONLOQUIUM, CONLOQUII] : N talk, conversation; colloquy/discussion; interview; meeting/conference; parley;

[CONLOQUOR, CONLOQUI, -, CONLOCUTUS SUM] : V talk/speak to/with; talk together/over; converse; discuss; confer, parley;

[CONLUCEO, CONLUCERE, CONLUXI] : V shine brightly, light up (with fire); reflect light, shine, be lit up; glitter;

[CONLUCO, CONLUCARE, CONLUCAVI, CONLUCATUS] : V prune; thin out (trees); clear/thin (a forest) (l+s);

[CONLUCTIO, CONLUCTIONIS] : N struggling (physical w/person/animal); struggle, conflict; death struggle/agony;

[CONLUCTOR, CONLUCTARI, -, CONLUCTATUS SUM] : V struggle physically; wrestle/contend (with); struggle/fight against (adversity);

[CONLUCTOR, CONLUCTORIS] : N wrestler; antagonist, adversary;

[CONLUDIUM, CONLUDII] : N sporting, playing together; secret, deceptive understanding, collusion;

[CONLUDO, CONLUDERE, CONLUSI, CONLUSUS] : V play/sport together/with; (also) make sport; act in collusion (with);

[CONLUGEO, CONLUGERE, CONLUXI] : V lament; grieve together;

[CONLUMINO, CONLUMINARE, CONLUMINAVI, CONLUMINATUS] : V illuminate (on all sides/fully);

[CONLUO, CONLUERE, CONLUI, CONLUTUS] : V wash/rinse out; wash/rinse away (impurities); wash together; use as a wash(?);

[CONLURCHINATIO, CONLURCHINATIONIS] : N gormandizing, gross gluttony; guzzling;

[CONLUSIM] : ADV in collusion(?);

[CONLUSIO, CONLUSIONIS] : N secret/deceptive understanding, collusion;

[CONLUSOR, CONLUSORIS] : N playmate, companion in play; fellow gambler; one in collusion to hurt another;

[CONLUSORIE] : ADV in/by collusion; in a concerted manner (l+s);

[CONLUSTRIUM, CONLUSTRII] : N ceremonial purification (of fields); corporation that procured the purification;

[CONLUSTRO, CONLUSTRARE, CONLUSTRAVI, CONLUSTRATUS] : V illuminate, make bright, light up fully; look over, survey; traverse, explore;

[CONLUTIO, CONLUTIONIS] : N rinsing; washing (l+s);

[CONLUTITO, CONLUTITARE, CONLUTITAVI, CONLUTITATUS] : V soil/defile greatly/thoroughly;

[CONLUTLENTO, CONLUTLENTARE, CONLUTLENTAVI, CONLUTLENTATUS] : V cover over with mud;

[CONLUVIARIS, CONLUVIARIS, CONLUVIARE] : ADJ swilled/slopped, fed on refuse/filth (pigs);

[CONLUVIES, CONLUVIEI] : N muck, decayed matter; refuse/sewage; pig-swill; filth; dregs; cesspool/mire;

[CONLUVIO, CONLUVIONIS] : N jumble/heterogeneous mass; fact/state of contamination, impure mixture; turmoil;

[CONLUVIO, CONLUVIONIS] : N muck, decayed matter; refuse/sewage; pig-swill; filth; dregs; cesspool/mire;

[CONLUVIUM, CONLUVII] : N muck, decayed matter; refuse/sewage; pig-swill; filth; dregs; cesspool/mire;

[CONMEMORABILIS, CONMEMORABILIS, CONMEMORABILE] : ADJ memorable, remarkable, worth mentioning;

[CONMEMORAMENTUM, CONMEMORAMENTI] : N reminder; mention; mentioning;

[CONMEMORATIO, CONMEMORATIONIS] : N remembrance/commemoration; observance (law); memory; mention/citation/reference;

[CONMEMORATOR, CONMEMORATORIS] : N commemorator, one who mentions/recalls a thing;

[CONMEMORATORIUM, CONMEMORATORII] : N means of remembrance;

[CONMEMORO, CONMEMORARE, CONMEMORAVI, CONMEMORATUS] : V recall (to self/other); keep in mind, remember; mention/relate; place on record;

[CONMERCIUM, CONMERCI(I)] : N trade/traffic/commerce (right/privilege); commercial/sex intercourse/relations;

[CONMERCIUM, CONMERCI(I)] : N exchange, trafficking; goods, military supplies; trade routes; use in common;

[CONMERCOR, CONMERCARI, -, CONMERCATUS SUM] : V buy, purchase; buy up (l+s); trade/traffic together;

[CONMEREO, CONMERERE, CONMERUI, CONMERITUS] : V merit fully, deserve, incur, earn (punishment/reward); be guilty of, perpetuate;

[CONMEREOR, CONMERERI, -, CONMERITUS SUM] : V merit fully, deserve, incur, earn (punishment/reward); be guilty of, perpetuate;

[CONMETIOR, CONMETIRI, -, CONMENSUS SUM] : V measure; pace out/off; compare (in measurement);

[CONMITIGO, CONMITIGARE, CONMITIGAVI, CONMITIGATUS] : V soften; make soft (l+s); mellow;

[CONMITTO, CONMITTERE, CONMISI, CONMISSUS] : V engage (battle), set against; begin/start; bring about; commit; incur; forfeit;

[CONMITTO, CONMITTERE, CONMISI, CONMISSUS] : V bring together, unite/join, connect/attach; put together, construct; entrust;

[CONMOLIOR, CONMOLIRI, -, CONMOLITUS SUM] : V set in motion; move with an effort; put together, construct;

[CONMONEFACIO, CONMONEFACERE, CONMONEFECI, CONMONEFACTUS] : V recall; call to mind; remind (forcibly), warn, admonish; impress upon;

[CONMONEO, CONMONERE, CONMONUI, CONMONITUS] : V remind (forcibly), warn; bring to recollection (l+s); impress upon one;

[CONMONSTRO, CONMONSTRARE, CONMONSTRAVI, CONMONSTRATUS] : V point out (fully/distinctly), show where; make known, declare, reveal;

[CONMORIOR, CONMORI, -, CONMORTUUS SUM] : V die together/with; work oneself to death (with); perish/be destroyed together;

[CONMORO, CONMORARE, CONMORAVI, CONMORATUS] : V stop/stay/remain, abide; linger, delay; detain, be delayed (menses); dwell on;

[CONMOROR, CONMORARI, -, CONMORATUS SUM] : V stop/stay/remain, abide; linger, delay; detain, be delayed (menses); dwell on;

[CONMOSTRO, CONMOSTRARE, CONMOSTRAVI, CONMOSTRATUS] : V point out (fully/distinctly), show where; make known, declare, reveal;

[CONMOTUS, CONMOTA -UM, CONMOTIOR -OR -US, CONMOTISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ excited, nervous; frenzied/deranged; angry/annoyed; temperamental; tempestuous;

[CONMOVEO, CONMOVERE, CONMOVI, CONMOTUS] : V shake/stir up, agitate; displace, disturb, trouble/worry, upset; jolt; excite;

[CONMOVEO, CONMOVERE, CONMOVI, CONMOTUS] : V waken; provoke; move (money/camp); produce; cause, start (war); raise (point);

[CONMUNICABILIS, CONMUNICABILIS, CONMUNICABILE] : ADJ communicatable, capable of being communicated;

[CONMUNICABILITAS, CONMUNICABILITATIS] : N communicability;

[CONMUNICABILITER] : ADV in a way capable of being communicated;

[CONMUNICO, CONMUNICARE, CONMUNICAVI, CONMUNICATUS] : V share; share/divide with/out; receive/take a share of; receive; join with;

[CONMUNICO, CONMUNICARE, CONMUNICAVI, CONMUNICATUS] : V communicate, discuss, impart; make common cause; take common counsel, consult;

[CONMUNICOR, CONMUNICARI, -, CONMUNICATUS SUM] : V share; share/divide with/out; receive/take a share of; receive; join with;

[CONMUNIS, CONMUNIS, CONMUNE] : ADJ common/joint/public; general/universal; ordinary; sociable, courteous; related;

[CONMUNIS, CONMUNIS, CONMUNE] : ADJ neutral, impartial (mars); applicable on either side; same form for two cases;

[CONMUNITUS] : ADV jointly, as a group;

[CONMURO, CONMURERE, CONMUSSI, CONMUSTUS] : V burn up/away; (w/love); consume/destroy w/fire; reduce to ash, cremate; scald;

[CONNASCOR, CONNASCI, -, CONNATUS SUM] : V born with/at the same time; arise together with;

[CONNATUS, CONNATA, CONNATUM] : ADJ innate;

[CONNATUS, CONNATI] : N twin; double; one similar/alike;

[CONNECTO, CONNECTERE, CONNEXI, CONNEXUS] : V join/fasten/link together, connect/associate; lead to; tie; implicate/involve;

[CONNECTO] : to join, bind.

[CONNEXE] : ADV in connection; connectively;

[CONNEXIO, CONNEXIONIS] : N binding together; close union; organic union; syllable;

[CONNEXIO, CONNEXIONIS] : N junction/meeting; causal sequence; conclusion/deduction; association/connection;

[CONNEXIO] : bond.

[CONNEXIVUS, CONNEXIVA, CONNEXIVUM] : ADJ serving to unite/join (words/clauses), copulative, conjunctive, connective;

[CONNEXO] : ADV in connection; connectively;

[CONNEXUM, CONNEXI] : N hypothetical proposition; necessary consequence, inevitable inference (l+s);

[CONNEXUS, CONNEXI] : N joined/linked; bound by ties; contiguous; related/associated/interdependent;

[CONNEXUS, CONNEXUS] : N connection; joining together; combination (l+s);

[CONNITOR, CONNITI, -, CONNISUS SUM] : V endeavor eagerly; struggle; strain, strive;

[CONNITOR, CONNITI, -, CONNIXUS SUM] : V strain, strive (physically); put forth; endeavor eagerly; struggle (to reach);

[CONNIVEO, CONNIVERE, CONNIVI] : V close/screw up the eyes, blink; wink at, overlook, turn a blind eye, connive;

[CONNIVEO, CONNIVERE, CONNIXI] : V be tightly closed (eyes); (other things); be inactive/eclipsed; lie dormant;

[CONNUBIALIS, CONNUBIALIS, CONNUBIALE] : ADJ of/belonging to marriage/wedlock (or a specific marriage), conjugal/connubial;

[CONNUBIALIS] : sexual.

[CONNUBIALITER] : ADV in a conjugal manner, connubially;

[CONNUBIUM, CONNUBI(I)] : N marriage/wedlock; right to marry; act/ceremony of marriage (usu. pl.);

[CONNUBIUM] : sexual union.

[CONNUDATUS, CONNUDATA, CONNUDATUM] : ADJ completely/wholly naked/bare; stark naked;

[CONNUMERATIO, CONNUMERATIONIS] : N reckoning together;

[CONNUMERO, CONNUMERARE, CONNUMERAVI, CONNUMERATUS] : V reckon in, include in counting/the count; number with, reckon among (l+s);

[CONOPEUM, CONOPEI] : N mosquito-net, gauze net; canopy; bed provided with a mosquito-net;

[CONOPIUM, CONOPI(I)] : N mosquito-net, gauze net; canopy; bed provided with a mosquito-net;

[CONOR, CONARI, -, CONATUS SUM] : V attempt/try/endeavor, make an effort; exert oneself; try to go/rise/speak;

[CONOR] : to try, endeavor.

[CONOR] : to undertake, try, venture, presume, attempt, presume.

[CONPACISCOR, CONPACISCI, -, CONPACTUS SUM] : V make an agreement/arrangement/compact;

[CONPACTUM, CONPACTI] : N agreement/compact; (abl compacto => according to/in accordance with agreement);

[CONPACTUS, CONPACTA, CONPACTUM] : ADJ joined/fastened together, united; close-packed, firm, thick; well-set, compact;

[CONPAEDAGOGITA, CONPAEDAGOGITAE] : N fellow member of a paedagogium (training establishment for slave boys); (m l+s);

[CONPAEDAGOGIUS, CONPAEDAGOGII] : N fellow member of a paedagogium (training establishment for slave boys);

[CONPAGANUS, CONPAGANI] : N fellow villager, inhabitant of the same village;

[CONPAGES, CONPAGIS] : N action of binding together, fastening; bond, tie; joint; structure, framework;

[CONPAGO, CONPAGINIS] : N fact/action of binding together, fastening; structure, framework;

[CONPAR, (GEN.), CONPARIS] : ADJ equal, equal to; like, similar, resembling; suitable, matching, corresponding;

[CONPAR, CONPARIS] : N fellow, partner, equal; comrade; husband/wife; pair (of animals also), mate;

[CONPAR, CONPARIS] : N sentence containing clauses of roughly the same number of syllables;

[CONPARABILIS, CONPARABILIS, CONPARABILE] : ADJ similar, comparable;

[CONPARATE] : ADV comparatively; in/by comparison (l+s);

[CONPARATICIUS, CONPARATICIA, CONPARATICIUM] : ADJ similar, comparable; furnished by contribution;

[CONPARATIO, CONPARATIONIS] : N construction; material/constituent; combination/conjunction; relation (position)

[CONPARATIO, CONPARATIONIS] : N comparison, weighing of merits; plea from the greater good; comparative degree;

[CONPARATIO, CONPARATIONIS] : N preparation, making ready; procuring, provision; arrangement, settlement;

[CONPARATIVE] : ADV in a comparative sense;

[CONPARATIVUS, CONPARATIVA, CONPARATIVUM] : ADJ based on/involving consideration of relative merits; comparative;

[CONPARATOR, CONPARATORIS] : N buyer/purchaser, dealer; comparer (l+s);

[CONPARATUS, CONPARATUS] : N proportion; relation (l+s);

[CONPARCO, CONPARCERE, CONPARCUI, CONPARSUS] : V save, husband well, lay up; forbear/abstain/refrain from (w/inf), spare (w/dat);

[CONPARCO, CONPARCERE, CONPARSI, CONPARSUS] : V save, husband well, lay up; forbear/abstain/refrain from (w/inf), spare (w/dat);

[CONPARCO, CONPARCERE, CONPEPERCI, CONPARSUS] : V save, husband well, lay up; forbear/abstain/refrain from (w/inf), spare (w/dat);

[CONPAREO, CONPARERE, CONPARUI] : V appear/come in sight; be visible/present/in evidence/clearly stated/forthcoming;

[CONPARO, CONPARARE, CONPARAVI, CONPARATUS] : V prepare; provide; compose; collect, get together/hold of; raise (force); unite;

[CONPARO, CONPARARE, CONPARAVI, CONPARATUS] : V set up/establish/institute; arrange, dispose, settle; buy, acquire, secure;

[CONPARO, CONPARARE, CONPARAVI, CONPARATUS] : V place together, match, couple, pair; set/pit against; treat as equal; compare;

[CONPARTIOR, CONPARTI,] : V share; divide something with one (l+s); (pass) be made partaker of;

[CONPASCO, CONPASCERE, CONPAVI, CONPASTUS] : V pasture (cattle) on common land; feed up/together; use as cattle food; eat;

[CONPASCUA, CONPASCUAE] : N common pasture/land; pasture possessed/used in common;

[CONPASCUUM, CONPASCUI] : N common pasture/land (pl.); pasture possessed/used in common;

[CONPASCUUS, CONPASCUA, CONPASCUUM] : ADJ common pasture (land); right of common pasturage; grazed on/sharing a pasture;

[CONPASTOR, CONPASTORIS] : N fellow herdsman;

[CONPATRIOTA, CONPATRIOTAE] : N compatriot, fellow countryman;

[CONPATRONUS, CONPATRONI] : N co-patron (one who has joined in manumitting a slave);

[CONPAVESCO, CONPAVESCERE,] : V become very afraid/full of fear/thoroughly terrified;

[CONPAVIO, CONPAVIRE, -, CONPAVITUS] : V trample on; beat (l+s);

[CONPAVITUS, CONPAVITA, CONPAVITUM] : ADJ trampled upon; beaten (l+s);

[CONPECISCOR, CONPECISCI, -, CONPECTUS SUM] : V make an agreement/arrangement/compact;

[CONPECTUM, CONPECTI] : N agreement/compact; (abl compacto => according to/in accordance with agreement);

[CONPEDAGOGITA, CONPEDAGOGITAE] : N fellow member of a paedagogium (training establishment for slave boys); (m l+s);

[CONPEDAGOGIUS, CONPEDAGOGII] : N fellow member of a paedagogium (training establishment for slave boys);

[CONPEDIO, CONPEDIRE, CONPEDIVI, CONPEDITUS] : V shackle, fetter; put fetters on;

[CONPEDITUS, CONPEDITI] : N fettered slave;

[CONPEDITUS, CONPEDITA, CONPEDITUM] : ADJ that wears fetters/shackles;

[CONPEDUS, CONPEDA, CONPEDUM] : ADJ that fetters or restrains; fettering, shackling (l+s);

[CONPELLATIO, CONPELLATIONIS] : N action of addressing/apostrophizing (aside to person)/reproaching, reproof;

[CONPELLO, CONPELLARE, CONPELLAVI, CONPELLATUS] : V address, accost, speak to, call upon; appeal to; challenge; chide/rebuke; accuse

[CONPELLO, CONPELLERE, CONPULI, CONPULSUS] : V drive together (cattle), round up; force, compel, impel, drive; squeeze; gnash;

[CONPENDIARIA, CONPENDIARIAE] : N short/quick route, short cut; quick/easy method, short cut;

[CONPENDIARIUM, CONPENDIARI(I)] : N short/quick route, short cut; fitment in a granary;

[CONPENDIARIUS, CONPENDIARIA, CONPENDIARIUM] : ADJ short/quick (of routes);

[CONPENDIOSE, CONPENDIOSIUS, CONPENDIOSISSIME] : ADV briefly, shortly, compendiously;

[CONPENDIOSUS, CONPENDIOSA, CONPENDIOSUM] : ADJ profitable, advantageous; short/quick (route); compendious, succinct, short;

[CONPENDIUM, CONPENDI(I)] : N gain, profit; sparing/saving; abridgement, compendium; shorthand; a short cut;

[CONPENDO, CONPENDERE, CONPEPENDI, CONPENSUS] : V weigh/balance together;

[CONPENSATIO, CONPENSATIONIS] : N balancing of items in account, offsetting; weighing/balancing (of factors);

[CONPENSO, CONPENSARE, CONPENSAVI, CONPENSATUS] : V balance/weigh, offset; get rid of; make good, compensate; save/secure; short cut

[CONPERCO, CONPERCERE, CONPERSI, CONPERSUS] : V save, husband well, lay up; forbear/abstain/refrain from (w/inf), spare (w/dat);

[CONPERCO, CONPERCERE, CONPERCUI, CONPERSUS] : V save, husband well, lay up; forbear/abstain/refrain from (w/inf), spare (w/dat);

[CONPERENDINATIO, CONPERENDINATIONIS] : N adjournment of a trial for two days; (to third day following or later l+s);

[CONPERENDINATUS, CONPERENDINATUS] : N adjournment of a trial for two days; (to third day following or later l+s);

[CONPERENDINO, CONPERENDINARE, CONPERENDINAVI, CONPERENDINATUS] : V adjourn the trial of a person; adjourn a trial; (for two days or later);

[CONPERENDINUS, CONPERENDINA, CONPERENDINUM] : ADJ on which an adjourned trial is resumed (of a day);

[CONPERIO, CONPERIRE, CONPERI, CONPERTUS] : V learn/discover/find (by investigation); verify/know for certain; find guilty;

[CONPERIOR, CONPERIRI, -, CONPERTUS SUM] : V learn/discover/find (by investigation); verify/know for certain; find guilty;

[CONPERTUSIO, CONPERTUSIONIS] : N joint tunneling operation;

[CONPES, CONPEDIS] : N shackles (for feet) (usu. pl.), fetters; things impeding movement; chains;

[CONPESCO, CONPESCERE, CONPESCUI] : V restrain, check; quench; curb, confine, imprison; hold in check; block, close;

[CONPETAL, CONPETALIS] : N priest of the lares compitales/rural gods (worshiped at crossroads);

[CONPETALIS, CONPETALIS, CONPETALE] : ADJ associated with/worshiped at the cross-roads;

[CONPETENS, (GEN.), CONPETENTIS] : ADJ agreeing with, corresponding to, apposite, suitable; competent (legal);

[CONPETENTER, CONPETENTIUS, CONPETENTISSIME] : ADV suitably, appositely; properly, becomingly;

[CONPETENTIA, CONPETENTIAE] : N correspondence; proportion; symmetry (l+s); meeting, agreement; conjunction;

[CONPETITIO, CONPETITIONIS] : N agreement; judicial demand; rivalry;

[CONPETITOR, CONPETITORIS] : N rival, competitor; other candidate for office; rival claimant (to throne);

[CONPETITRIX, CONPETITRICIS] : N rival, competitor (female); other candidate for office; rival claimant;

[CONPETO, CONPETERE, CONPETIVI, CONPETITUS] : V be sound/capable/applicable/relevant/sufficient/adequate/competent/admissible;

[CONPETO, CONPETERE, CONPETIVI, CONPETITUS] : V meet; happen at same time, coincide; agree; be candidate/face (death) together;

[CONPETUM, CONPETI] : N cross-roads (usu. pl.), junction; people/shrine at crossroads; point of choice;

[CONPHRETOR, CONPHRETORIS] : N fellow member of a phretria (division in a greek community);

[CONPILATIO, CONPILATIONIS] : N burglary; raking together, pillaging/plundering (l+s); compilation (document);

[CONPILATOR, CONPILATORIS] : N plunderer; imitator (literary); plagiarizer; (compiler/anthologist?);

[CONPILO, CONPILARE, CONPILAVI, CONPILATUS] : V beat up thoroughly;

[CONPILO, CONPILARE, CONPILAVI, CONPILATUS] : V rob, pillage, steal from (another writer), plagiarize; beat up thoroughly;

[CONPINGO, CONPINGERE, CONPEGI, CONPACTUS] : V join/fix/attach; bind together; build/construct/compose; put/shut away, confine;

[CONPINGO, CONPINGERE, CONPINXI, CONPICTUS] : V disguise, cover, paint over;

[CONPITAL, CONPITALIS] : N priest of the lares compitales/rural gods (worshiped at crossroads);

[CONPITALICIUS, CONPITALICIA, CONPITALICIUM] : ADJ associated with the cross-roads; of the compitalia festival of the lares;

[CONPITALIS, CONPITALIS, CONPITALE] : ADJ associated with/worshiped at the cross-roads;

[CONPITALITIUS, CONPITALITIA, CONPITALITIUM] : ADJ associated with the cross-roads; of the compitalia festival of the lares;

[CONPITALIUM, CONPITALI(I)] : N festival celebrated at the cross-roads in honor of the lares/rural gods (pl.);

[CONPITENSIS, CONPITENSIS, CONPITENSE] : ADJ adjoining/sharing the same crossroads/road junction;

[CONPITUM, CONPITI] : N cross-roads (usu. pl.), junction; people/shrine at crossroads; point of choice;

[CONPLACEO, CONPLACERE, CONPLACUI, CONPLACITUS] : V please, take the fancy of, capture the affections of, be acceptable/agreed to;

[CONPLACO, CONPLACARE, CONPLACAVI, CONPLACATUS] : V conciliate (greatly), placate; win the sympathy of;

[CONPLANATOR, CONPLANATORIS] : N thing/one that makes smooth/level; (toothpaste);

[CONPLANO, CONPLANARE, CONPLANAVI, CONPLANATUS] : V make (ground) level/flat; smooth out (trouble); pull down, raze to the ground;

[CONPLECTEO, CONPLECTERE, CONPLEXI, CONPLEXUS] : V lay hold of, grip; seize; grasp, take in/up; sum up; include in scope, cover;

[CONPLECTO, CONPLECTERE, CONPLEXI, CONPLEXUS] : V embrace, hug; welcome; encircle, encompass; attain; include, bring in, involve;

[CONPLECTO, CONPLECTERE, CONPLEXI, CONPLEXUS] : V lay hold of, grip; seize; grasp, take in/up; sum up; include in scope, cover;

[CONPLECTOR, CONPLECTI, -, CONPLEXUS SUM] : V lay hold of, grip; seize; grasp, take in/up; sum up; include in scope, cover;

[CONPLECTOR, CONPLECTI, -, CONPLEXUS SUM] : V embrace, hug; welcome; encircle, encompass; attain; include, bring in, involve;

[CONPLEMENTUM, CONPLEMENTI] : N complement, something that fills out/up or completes;

[CONPLEO, CONPLERE, CONPLEVI, CONPLETUS] : V finish, complete, perfect; make pregnant; fulfill, make up, complete, satisfy;

[CONPLEO, CONPLERE, CONPLEVI, CONPLETUS] : V fill (up/in); be big enough to fill; occupy space, crowd; furnish/supply/man;

[CONPLETUS, CONPLETA -UM, CONPLETIOR -OR -US, CONPLETISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ complete, round off; filled full, full (l+s); perfect;

[CONPLEXIO, CONPLEXIONIS] : N encircling; combination, association, connection; summary, resume; dilemma;

[CONPLEXIVUS, CONPLEXIVA, CONPLEXIVUM] : ADJ connective, conjunctive; (grammar); serving for connecting (l+s);

[CONPLEXUS, CONPLEXUS] : N sexual intercourse (w/venerius/femineus); hand-to-hand fighting; stranglehold;

[CONPLEXUS, CONPLEXUS] : N surrounding, encompassing, encircling; clasp, grasp, hold, embrace; inclusion;

[CONPLICO, CONPLICARE, CONPLICUI, CONPLICITUS] : V fold/tie up/together; roll/curl/double up, wind (round); involve; bend at joint;

[CONPLICO, CONPLICARE, CONPLICAVI, CONPLICATUS] : V fold/tie up/together; roll/curl/double up, wind (round); involve; bend at joint;

[CONPLODO, CONPLODERE, CONPLOSI, CONPLOSUS] : V clap/strike (the hands) together, applaud (enthusiastically/with emotion);

[CONPLORATIO, CONPLORATIONIS] : N lamentation, (vocal) mourning; loud/violent complaint/bemoaning/bewailing (l+s);

[CONPLORATUS, CONPLORATUS] : N lamentation, (vocal) mourning; loud/violent complaint/bemoaning/bewailing (l+s);

[CONPLORO, CONPLORARE, CONPLORAVI, CONPLORATUS] : V bewail, bemoan; lament loudly/together/violently; despair of; morn for;

[CONPLUIT, CONPLUERE, CONPLUIT] : V rain-water runs/flows together/collects; it rains upon (l+s);

[CONPLUOR, CONPLUI, -, CONPLUTUS SUM] : V be rained upon;

[CONPLURIENS] : ADV several/many times, a good number of times; more than once;

[CONPLURIMUS, CONPLURIMA, CONPLURIMUM] : ADJ a great many (pl.), very many;

[CONPLUS, (GEN.), CONPLURIS] : ADJ many (pl.), several, a fair/good number;

[CONPLUS, CONPLURIS] : N many/several things/items(pl.), a fair/good number of things;

[CONPLUS, CONPLURIS] : N many/several people/men(pl.), a fair/good number of people;

[CONPLUSCULUS, CONPLUSCULA, CONPLUSCULUM] : ADJ several (pl.), more than one; a good many (l+s);

[CONPLUSICULE] : ADV fairly/pretty often, not infrequently;

[CONPLUVIATUS, CONPLUVIATA, CONPLUVIATUM] : ADJ shaped/square like a compluvium/inward-sloping roof; of vines on such frame;

[CONPLUVIUM, CONPLUVII] : N inward-sloping central roof (guides rainwater to cistern); like frame for vines;

[CONPONO, CONPONERE, CONPOSUI, CONPOSITUS] : V compare; place/put/add/collect together, collate; match (up); store/hoard; calm;

[CONPONO, CONPONERE, CONPOSUI, CONPOSITUS] : V construct, build; arrange, compile, compose, make up; organize, order; settle;

[CONPORTATIO, CONPORTATIONIS] : N transportation; bringing/carrying together (l+s);

[CONPORTO, CONPORTARE, CONPORTAVI, CONPORTATUS] : V carry, transport, bring in, convey (to market); bring together; amass, collect;

[CONPOS, (GEN.), CONPOTIS] : ADJ in possession/control/mastery of; sharing, guilty of, afflicted with; granted;

[CONPOSITE, CONPOSITIUS, CONPOSITISSIME] : ADV in orderly/skillful/well arranged/composed way; deliberately/regularly/properly;

[CONPOSITICIUS, CONPOSITICIA, CONPOSITICIUM] : ADJ compound (words);

[CONPOSITIO, CONPOSITIONIS] : N arrangement, combination; pairing/matching; order, sequence, structure; union;

[CONPOSITIO, CONPOSITIONIS] : N agreement, pact; mixture (medicine); composition (music/prose); storing;

[CONPOSITITIUS, CONPOSITITIA, CONPOSITITIUM] : ADJ compound (words);

[CONPOSITO] : ADV by prearrangement; concertedly;

[CONPOSITOR, CONPOSITORIS] : N writer, composer; orderer, arranger, disposer, maker (l+s);

[CONPOSITUM, CONPOSITI] : N made-up/compound medicine; (ex/de ~o => by pre-arrangement); agreement/compact;

[CONPOSITUM, CONPOSITI] : N settled/peaceful situation (pl.), security, law and order;

[CONPOSITURA, CONPOSITURAE] : N assembling/fitting together; structure/assemblage; combination (words), syntax;

[CONPOSITUS, CONPOSITA -UM, CONPOSITIOR -OR -US, CONPOSITISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ prepared/ready/fit, suitable/trained/qualified; calm, peaceful; mature, sedate;

[CONPOSITUS, CONPOSITA -UM, CONPOSITIOR -OR -US, CONPOSITISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ well-arranged/ordered, regular, matching; made up of several parts, compound;

[CONPOSTURA, CONPOSTURAE] : N assembling/fitting together; structure/assemblage; combination (words), syntax;

[CONPOSTUS, CONPOSTA -UM, CONPOSTIOR -OR -US, CONPOSTISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ well-arranged/ordered, regular, matching; made up of several parts, compound;

[CONPOSTUS, CONPOSTA -UM, CONPOSTIOR -OR -US, CONPOSTISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ prepared/ready/fit, suitable/trained/qualified; calm, peaceful; mature, sedate;

[CONPOTATIO, CONPOTATIONIS] : N drinking party; (translation of the greek); a drink/drinking together (l+s);

[CONPOTENS, (GEN.), CONPOTENTIS] : ADJ that is able (to grant a prayer); having power with one (epithet of diana l+s);

[CONPOTIO, CONPOTIRE, CONPOTIVI, CONPOTITUS] : V put in possession of, make partaker of; (pass) attain; obtain, come into (l+s);

[CONPOTO, CONPOTARE, CONPOTAVI, CONPOTATUS] : V drink together;

[CONPOTOR, CONPOTORIS] : N drinking-companion/buddy;

[CONPOTRIX, CONPOTRICIS] : N drinking-companion (female); (bar girl?);

[CONPRAECIDO, CONPRAECIDERE, CONPRAECIDI, CONPRAECISUS] : V cut each other off; cut off at the same time (?) (l+s);

[CONPRAES, CONPRAEDIS] : N joint-surety;

[CONPRANSOR, CONPRANSORIS] : N table-companion; companion at a banquet; boon companion (l+s);

[CONPRECATIO, CONPRECATIONIS] : N public supplication or prayers; common imploring of a deity (l+s);

[CONPRECOR, CONPRECARI, -, CONPRECATUS SUM] : V implore, invoke (gods); supplicate, pray that; pray for; pray to;

[CONPREHENDIBILIS, CONPREHENDIBILIS, CONPREHENDIBILE] : ADJ comprehensible, able to be grasped by the senses/intellect; that can be seized;

[CONPREHENDO, CONPREHENDERE, CONPREHENDI, CONPREHENSUS] : V catch/seize/grasp firmly; arrest; take hold/root/fire, ignite; conceive (baby);

[CONPREHENDO, CONPREHENDERE, CONPREHENDI, CONPREHENSUS] : V embrace; include/cover/deal with (in speech/law); express (by term/symbol);

[CONPREHENSIBILIS, CONPREHENSIBILIS, CONPREHENSIBILE] : ADJ comprehensible, able to be grasped by the senses/intellect; that can be seized;

[CONPREHENSIO, CONPREHENSIONIS] : N comprehensive argument; dilemma; region, zone; scope, range; grouping (words);

[CONPREHENSIO, CONPREHENSIONIS] : N arrest, grasping; comprehension, understanding; classifying; idea, perception;

[CONPREHENSO, CONPREHENSARE, CONPREHENSAVI, CONPREHENSATUS] : V seize in an embrace; embrace, hug;

[CONPRENDO, CONPRENDERE, CONPRENDI, CONPRENSUS] : V catch/seize/grasp firmly; arrest; take hold/root/fire, ignite; conceive (baby);

[CONPRENDO, CONPRENDERE, CONPRENDI, CONPRENSUS] : V embrace; include/cover/deal with (in speech/law); express (by term/symbol);

[CONPRENSIO, CONPRENSIONIS] : N arrest, grasping; comprehension, understanding; classifying; idea, perception;

[CONPRENSIO, CONPRENSIONIS] : N comprehensive argument; dilemma; region, zone; scope, range; grouping (words);

[CONPRESSE, COMPRESSIUS, COMPRESSISSIME] : ADV briefly, succinctly, in a compressed manner; urgently, pressingly;

[CONPRESSE, CONPRESSIUS, CONPRESSISSIME] : ADV brief, succinctly; urgently, insistently;

[CONPRESSIO, CONPRESSIONIS] : N squeezing, compression; sexual embrace, copulation; abridging, compression;

[CONPRESSOR, CONPRESSORIS] : N ravisher, rapist; one who presses/compresses (l+s);

[CONPRESSUS, CONPRESSUS] : N compression, pressure; closing, pressing together; sexual intercourse (of a man)

[CONPRESSUS, CONPRESSA -UM, CONPRESSIOR -OR -US, CONPRESSISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ constricted/narrow/pressed together; bound/tight (bowels), constipated, binding;

[CONPRIMENS, (GEN.), CONPRIMENTIS] : ADJ astringent;

[CONPRIMO, CONPRIMERE, CONPRESSI, CONPRESSUS] : V press, squeeze together, close;

[CONPRIMO, CONPRIMERE, CONPRESSI, CONPRESSUS] : V suppress/control/stifle/frustrate/subdue/cow, put down; hold breath; silence;

[CONPRIMO, CONPRIMERE, CONPRESSI, CONPRESSUS] : V press/squeeze together, fold, crush; hem/shut/keep/hold in; copulate (male);

[CONPROBATIO, CONPROBATIONIS] : N approval;

[CONPROBATOR, CONPROBATORIS] : N approver;

[CONPROBO, CONPROBARE, CONPROBAVI, CONPROBATUS] : V approve, accept, sanction, ratify; prove, justify, confirm, attest, bear out;

[CONPROMISSARIUS, CONPROMISSARIA, CONPROMISSARIUM] : ADJ accepted as arbitrator by both parties (judge w/iudex); of arbitration;

[CONPROMISSUM, CONPROMISSI] : N joint undertaking guaranteed by deposit of money to abide by arbitration;

[CONPROMITTO, CONPROMITTERE, CONPROMISI, CONPROMISSUS] : V enter a promissum, agree to submit to an arbiter; agree to pay the award;

[CONPULSIO, CONPULSIONIS] : N compulsion; (legal); urging (l+s)] : dunning; constraint;

[CONPULSO, CONPULSARE, CONPULSAVI, CONPULSATUS] : V batter, pound;

[CONPUNGO, CONPUNGERE, CONPUNXI, CONPUNCTUS] : V prick, puncture (thoroughly); goad, stimulate; mark with points, tatoo;

[CONPUNGO, CONPUNGERE, CONPUNXI, CONPUNCTUS] : V cause repentance; feel remorse/contrition; inspire w/devotion; (pass) repent;

[CONPUNGO, CONPUNGERE, CONPUNXI, CONPUNCTUS] : V prick, puncture (thoroughly); goad, stimulate;

[CONPURGO, CONPURGARE, CONPURGAVI, CONPURGATUS] : V purify completely/thoroughly;

[CONPUTABILIS, CONPUTABILIS, CONPUTABILE] : ADJ calculable, computable;

[CONPUTATIO, CONPUTATIONIS] : N calculation, reckoning, computation; form/result of a particular calculation;

[CONPUTATOR, CONPUTATORIS] : N calculator, reckoner, accountant;

[CONPUTESCO, CONPUTESCERE, CONPUTUI] : V decay, rot, putrefy; (completely);

[CONPUTO, CONPUTARE, CONPUTAVI, CONPUTATUS] : V reckon/compute/calculate, sum/count (up); take/include in reckoning; work out;

[CONPUTRESCO, CONPUTRESCERE, CONPUTRUI] : V decay, rot, putrefy; (completely);

[CONQUADRO, CONQUADRARE, CONQUADRAVI, CONQUADRATUS] : V agree with, be proportioned to; square to;

[CONQUADRO, CONQUADRARE, CONQUADRAVI, CONQUADRATUS] : V make square, square;

[CONQUAERO, CONQUAERERE, CONQUAESIVI, CONQUAESITUS] : V seek out; hunt/rake up; investigate; collect; search out/down/for diligently;

[CONQUAESTOR, CONQUAESTORIS] : N inspector, one who searches; recruiting officer;

[CONQUASSATIO, CONQUASSATIONIS] : N shaking up; severe shaking (l+s); shattering;

[CONQUASSO, CONQUASSARE, CONQUASSAVI, CONQUASSATUS] : V shake violently; break, shatter; unsettle, disturb, throw into confusion;

[CONQUATERNO] : ADV by fours (yoked oxen); in a team of four;

[CONQUEROR, CONQUERI, -, CONQUESTUS SUM] : V bewail, lament, utter a complaint; complain of, deplore;

[CONQUEROR] : to complain loudly.

[CONQUESTIO, CONQUESTIONIS] : N lament, action of complaining/bewailing; part of a speech to excite pity;

[CONQUESTIO, CONQUESTIONIS] : N questioning;

[CONQUESTUS, CONQUESTUS] : N complaint (violent), (strenuous) complaining;

[CONQUIESCO, CONQUIESCERE, CONQUIEVI, CONQUIETUS] : V be inactive; pause (speaking); relax; settle/quiet down; come to an end/cease;

[CONQUIESCO, CONQUIESCERE, CONQUIEVI, CONQUIETUS] : V rest, take repose/be quiet, nap/go to sleep; have respite/pause from (w/ab/ex);

[CONQUIETUS, CONQUIETA, CONQUIETUM] : ADJ dead; still in death;

[CONQUILIARIUS, CONQUILIARI(I)] : N dyer; purple-fisher;

[CONQUINISCO, CONQUINISCERE, CONQUEXI] : V cower down, crouch down; stoop; squat;

[CONQUIRO, CONQUIRERE, CONQUISIVI, CONQUISITUS] : V seek out; hunt/rake up; investigate; collect; search out/down/for diligently;

[CONQUISITE] : ADV carefully, painstakingly; with great pains (l+s);

[CONQUISITIO, CONQUISITIONIS] : N questioning; (acts 15] : 7);

[CONQUISITIO, CONQUISITIONIS] : N levy/levying (troops)/conscription; raising/requisition; collecting/search;

[CONQUISITOR, CONQUISITORIS] : N inspector, one who searches; recruiting officer;

[CONQUISITUS, CONQUISITA -UM, CONQUISITIOR -OR -US, CONQUISITISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ select, chosen; sought out with great pains; costly (l+s);

[CONQUISTOR, CONQUISTORIS] : N inspector, one who searches; recruiting officer; claqueur (theater) (l+s);

[CONRADO, CONRADERE, CONRASI, CONRASUS] : V rake/sweep/draw together; amass with difficulty, scrape together; scrape off;

[CONRATIONALITAS, CONRATIONALITATIS] : N analogy;

[CONRECTIO, CONRECTIONIS] : N amendment, rectification; improvement, correction; word substitution; reproof;

[CONRECTOR, CONRECTORIS] : N corrector/improver, reformer; one who sets things right; financial commissioner;

[CONRECTURA, CONRECTURAE] : N office of a corrector (financial commissioner/land bailiff);

[CONRECTUS, CONRECTA -UM, CONRECTIOR -OR -US, CONRECTISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ reformed (person); improved, amended, corrected (l+s);

[CONRECUMBENS, (GEN.), CONRECUMBENTIS] : ADJ lying down with (anyone);

[CONREGIO, CONREGIONIS] : N drawing of boundary lines (within which auspices may be taken);

[CONREGIONALIS, CONREGIONALIS] : N adjoining/neighboring people;

[CONREGNO, CONREGNARE, CONREGNAVI, CONREGNATUS] : V reign together with one;

[CONREPO, CONREPERE, CONREPSI, CONREPTUS] : V creep, crawl; slink, move stealthily; take to the bush; creep (of the flesh);

[CONREPTE, CONREPTIUS, CONREPTISSIME] : ADV shortly; with a short vowel or syllable;

[CONREPTIO, CONREPTIONIS] : N seizure/attack, onset (disease); rebuking/censure; shorting/decrease, (in vowel)

[CONREPTO, CONREPTARE, CONREPTAVI, CONREPTATUS] : V creep;

[CONREPTOR, CONREPTORIS] : N reprover, censurer, corrector;

[CONREPTUS, CONREPTA, CONREPTUM] : ADJ short; (of a syllable);

[CONRESUCITO, CONRESUCITARE, CONRESUCITAVI, CONRESUCITATUS] : V raise from the dead together;

[CONRESUPINATUS, CONRESUPINATA, CONRESUPINATUM] : ADJ bent backwards at the same time;

[CONREUS, CONREI] : N joint defendant; co-respondent;

[CONRIDEO, CONRIDERE, CONRISI, CONRISUS] : V laugh together; laugh out loud (l+s);

[CONRIGIA, CONRIGIAE] : N shoe-lace, thong for securing shoes to feet; thong of any kind;

[CONRIGO, CONRIGERE, CONREXI, CONRECTUS] : V correct, set right; straighten; improve, edit, reform; restore, cure; chastise;

[CONRIPIO, CONRIPERE, CONRIPUI, CONREPTUS] : V censure/reproach/rebuke, chastise; shorten/abridge; hasten (upon); catch (fire

[CONRIPIO, CONRIPERE, CONRIPUI, CONREPTUS] : V seize/grasp/snatch up, lay hold of; sweep off; carry away; appropriate/arrogate;

[CONRIVALIS, CONRIVALIS] : N joint rival;

[CONRIVATIO, CONRIVATIONIS] : N leading/channeling (water) into the same channel/basin, collection;

[CONRIVIUM, CONRIVII] : N confluence of brooks/streams;

[CONRIVO, CONRIVARE, CONRIVAVI, CONRIVATUS] : V lead/channel (water) into the same channel/basin, collect;

[CONROBORAMENTUM, CONROBORAMENTI] : N means of strengthening;

[CONROBORO, CONROBORARE, CONROBORAVI, CONROBORATUS] : V strengthen, harden, reinforce; corroborate; mature; make powerful, fortify;

[CONRODO, CONRODERE, CONROSI, CONROSUS] : V gnaw, gnaw away; chew up; gnaw to pieces (l+s);

[CONROGATIO, CONROGATIONIS] : N bringing together; gathering, assembly (ecc); collection;

[CONROGO, CONROGARE, CONROGAVI, CONROGATUS] : V collect money by begging/entreaty; summon/invite (persons) to a gathering;

[CONROTUNDO, CONROTUNDARE, CONROTUNDAVI, CONROTUNDATUS] : V make round; round off; amass/make up a round sum of money;

[CONRUDA, CONRUDAE] : N wild asparagus;

[CONRUGIS, CONRUGIS, CONRUGE] : ADJ wrinkled, having wrinkles/folds; corrugated;

[CONRUGO, CONRUGARE, CONRUGAVI, CONRUGATUS] : V make wrinkled; (make one turn up one's nose); corrugate;

[CONRUGUS, CONRUGI] : N channel/canal/conduit/sluice constructed to bring water for washing ore (mining)

[CONRUMPO, CONRUMPERE, CONRUPI, CONRUPTUS] : V pervert, corrupt, deprave; bribe, suborn; seduce, tempt, beguile; falsify;

[CONRUMPO, CONRUMPERE, CONRUPI, CONRUPTUS] : V spoil/rot; taint/contaminate; damage/ruin, undo; destroy/deface; digest; infect;

[CONRUMPTELA, CONRUMPTELAE] : N seduction/seducing; enticement to sexual misconduct; brothel/place of seduction

[CONRUMPTELA, CONRUMPTELAE] : N corruption/bribery/suborning; corrupting/perverting influence; seducer/misleader

[CONRUO, CONRUERE, CONRUI, CONRUTUS] : V fall/break down, fall to ground/from height, collapse; be ruined, come to grief;

[CONRUO, CONRUERE, CONRUI, CONRUTUS] : V topple (houses); subside (ground); rush/sweep together; overthrow;

[CONRUPTE, CONRUPTIUS, CONRUPTISSIME] : ADV incorrectly; perversely; in bad style/depraved manner; licentiously, corruptly;

[CONRUPTELA, CONRUPTELAE] : N seduction/seducing; enticement to sexual misconduct; brothel/place of seduction

[CONRUPTELA, CONRUPTELAE] : N corruption/bribery/suborning; corrupting/perverting influence; seducer/misleader

[CONRUPTIBILIS, CONRUPTIBILE, CONRUPTIBILIOR -OR -US, CONRUPTIBILISSIMUS -A -U] : ADJ corruptible, liable to decay, perishable;

[CONRUPTIBILITAS, CONRUPTIBILIATATIS] : N corruptibility, perishability;

[CONRUPTIO, CONRUPTIONIS] : N corruption; bribery, seduction from loyalty; diseased/corrupt condition;

[CONRUPTIVE] : ADV corruptibly; perishably;

[CONRUPTIVUS, CONRUPTIVA, CONRUPTIVUM] : ADJ corruptible; perishable;

[CONRUPTOR, CONRUPTORIS] : N corruptor, briber; seducer, ravisher; one who ruins/spoils/spreads infection;

[CONRUPTORIUS, CONRUPTORIA, CONRUPTORIUM] : ADJ destructible; corruptible, perishable;

[CONRUPTRIX, (GEN.), CONRUPTRICIS] : ADJ tending to deprave/corrupt, corruptive;

[CONRUPTRIX, CONRUPTRICIS] : N she who corrupts/seduces;

[CONRUPTUM, CONRUPTI] : N corrupted parts (pl.) (of the body);

[CONRUPTUS, CONRUPTA -UM, CONRUPTIOR -OR -US, CONRUPTISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ incorrect/improper/disorderly; impure/adulterated/changed for worse; seditious;

[CONRUPTUS, CONRUPTA -UM, CONRUPTIOR -OR -US, CONRUPTISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ rotten/decayed; infected (wounds), corrupt; degenerate/decadent; depraved/venal;

[CONRUSPOR, CONRUSPARI, -, CONRUSPUS SUM] : V search for, seek out; search carefully after (l+s);

[CONRUTUNDO, CONRUTUNDARE, CONRUTUNDAVI, CONRUTUNDATUS] : V make round; round off; amass/make up a round sum of money;

[CONS, ABB.] : N consul (the highest elected roman official); abb. cons./cos.;

[CONSACERDOS, CONSACERDOTIS] : N fellow-priest/priestess;

[CONSACRANEUS, CONSACRANEA, CONSACRANEUM] : ADJ bound by the same (military) oath;

[CONSACRANEUS, CONSACRANEI] : N one united/bound by the same (military) oath;

[CONSACRATIO, CONSACRATIONIS] : N consecration, dedication; making sacred; deification; devoting person to a god;

[CONSACRATOR, CONSACRATORIS] : N one who consecrates/dedicates/makes sacred;

[CONSACRATRIX, CONSACRATRICIS] : N she who consecrates/dedicates/makes sacred;

[CONSACRATUS, CONSACRATA -UM, CONSACRATIOR -OR -US, CONSACRATISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ consecrated, holy, sacred;

[CONSACRO, CONSACRARE, CONSACRAVI, CONSACRATUS] : V consecrate/dedicate, set apart; hallow, sanctify; deify; curse; vow to a god;

[CONSAEPIO, CONSAEPIRE, CONSAEPSI, CONSAEPTUS] : V surround with a wall/fence/hedge; enclose, fence; fence/hedge in;

[CONSAEPTO, CONSAEPTARE, CONSAEPTAVI, CONSAEPTATUS] : V surround with a wall/fence/hedge; enclose, fence; fence/hedge in;

[CONSAEPTUM, CONSAEPTI] : N enclosure; precinct; fenced/hedged off area; fence/hedge (l+s);

[CONSAEPTUS, CONSAEPTUS] : N hedging in; fencing around; constraining;

[CONSALUTATIO, CONSALUTATIONIS] : N greeting; exchange of greetings; several mutual salutations (l+s);

[CONSALUTO, CONSALUTARE, CONSALUTAVI, CONSALUTATUS] : V hail/greet/salute (as); exchange greetings; greet/salute cordially (l+s);

[CONSANESCO, CONSANESCERE, CONSANUI, CONSANITUS] : V heal up (wounds/plants); be healed (persons); become whole/sound/well (l+s);

[CONSANGUINEA, CONSANGUINEAE] : N sister; kin, blood relation; kindred/relations (pl.);

[CONSANGUINEI] : relations.

[CONSANGUINEUS, CONSANGUINEI] : N kinsman, blood relation; brother (m); a sister (f); kindred/relations (pl.);

[CONSANGUINEUS, CONSANGUINEA, CONSANGUINEUM] : ADJ of the same blood; related by blood; kindred; fraternal; brotherly/sisterly;

[CONSANGUINITAS, CONSANGUINITATIS] : N blood-relationship/kinship/consanguinity; (esp. between brothers/sisters l+s);

[CONSANO, CONSANARE, CONSANAVI, CONSANATUS] : V heal; make whole; make wholly sound (l+s);

[CONSARCINO, CONSARCINARE, CONSARCINAVI, CONSARCINATUS] : V stitch/sew/patch together;

[CONSARIO, CONSARIRE, CONSARIVI, CONSARITUS] : V hoe thoroughly/to pieces; hoe; weed (crops); dig over (land); rake (l+s);

[CONSARIO, CONSARIRE, CONSARUI, CONSARITUS] : V hoe thoroughly/to pieces; hoe; weed (crops); dig over (land); rake (l+s);

[CONSARIO, CONSARIRE, CONSARUI, CONSARITUS] : V hoe thoroughly/to pieces; rake (l+s);

[CONSARRIO, CONSARRIRE, CONSARRIVI, CONSARRITUS] : V hoe thoroughly/to pieces; hoe; weed (crops); dig over (land); rake (l+s);

[CONSARRIO, CONSARRIRE, CONSARRUI, CONSARRITUS] : V hoe thoroughly/to pieces; hoe; weed (crops); dig over (land); rake (l+s);

[CONSATIO, CONSATIONIS] : N procreation;

[CONSAUCIO, CONSAUCIARE, CONSAUCIAVI, CONSAUCIATUS] : V injure, wound severely;

[CONSAVIO, CONSAVIARE, CONSAVIAVI, CONSAVIATUS] : V cover with kisses; kiss affectionately (l+s);

[CONSAVIOR, CONSAVIARI, -, CONSAVIATUS SUM] : V cover with kisses; kiss affectionately (l+s);

[CONSCELERATUS, CONSCELERATI] : N wicked/depraved person; criminal; villain (l+s);

[CONSCELERATUS, CONSCELERATA -UM, CONSCELERATIOR -OR -US, CONSCELERATISSIMUS -A -U] : ADJ wicked, depraved; criminal; (person/actions);

[CONSCELERO, CONSCELERARE, CONSCELERAVI, CONSCELERATUS] : V stain with crime, pollute with guilt, dishonor, disgrace by wicked conduct;

[CONSCENDO NAVEM] : to embark.

[CONSCENDO, CONSCENDERE, CONSCENDI, CONSCENSUS] : V climb up, ascend, scale; rise to; mount (horse); board (ship)/embark/set out;

[CONSCENDO] : to ascend, mount, go up.

[CONSCENSIO, CONSCENSIONIS] : N embarkation; setting out; ascending into (l+s); mounting up;

[CONSCENSUS, CONSCENSUS] : N ascending, mounting;

[CONSCIENTIA, CONSCIENTIAE] : N (joint) knowledge, complicity (of crime); conscience; sense of guilt, remorse;

[CONSCIENTIA] : conscience, consciouness, knowledge

[CONSCIENTIA] : conscience, consciouness, knowledge.

[CONSCINDO, CONSCINDERE, CONSCIDI, CONSCISSUS] : V rend/tear to pieces, destroy by tearing; slaughter, cut to pieces;

[CONSCINDO] : to tear in pieces.

[CONSCIO, CONSCIRE, CONSCIVI] : V feel guilty; be conscious of (wrong); have on conscience; know well (late);

[CONSCISCO, CONSCISCERE, CONSCIVI, CONSCITUS] : V ordain/decree/determine/resolve; decide/inflict on; bring on oneself (w/sibi);

[CONSCISSIO, CONSCISSIONIS] : N tearing to pieces, rending asunder;

[CONSCIUS, CONSCI(I)] : N accomplice, accessory; partner; confidante; one privy to (a crime/plot);

[CONSCIUS, CONSCIA, CONSCIUM] : ADJ conscious, aware of, knowing, privy (to); sharing (secret) knowledge; guilty;

[CONSCIUS] : conscious of, aware of.

[CONSCIUS] : privy to.

[CONSCREOR, CONSCREARI, -, CONSCREATUS SUM] : V clear the throat/voice; hawk (much);;

[CONSCRIBILLO, CONSCRIBILLARE, CONSCRIBILLAVI, CONSCRIBILLATUS] : V scrawl/scribble over/upon, cover with scribbling; mark by beating (l+s);

[CONSCRIBO, CONSCRIBERE, CONSCRIPSI, CONSCRIPTUS] : V enroll/enlist/raise (army); write on/down, commit to/cover with writing; compose

[CONSCRIBTOR, CONSCRIBTORIS] : N author; framer;

[CONSCRIPTIO, CONSCRIPTIONIS] : N account/written record/writing; treatise/composition; conscription/troop levy;

[CONSCRIPTOR, CONSCRIPTORIS] : N author; framer; composer; writer;

[CONSCRIPTUS, CONSCRIPTI] : N senator or counselor; enrolling of the people for the purpose of bribery (l+s);

[CONSECO, CONSECARE, CONSECUI, CONSECTUS] : V dismember, chop/cut up/short/off/in pieces/deep; prune/top; lacerate; intersect;

[CONSECO] : to dismember, cut into pieces, chop up.

[CONSECRANEUS, CONSECRANEI] : N one united/bound by the same (military) oath;

[CONSECRANEUS, CONSECRANEA, CONSECRANEUM] : ADJ bound by the same (military) oath;

[CONSECRATIO, CONSECRATIONIS] : N consecration, dedication; making sacred; deification; devoting person to a god;

[CONSECRATOR, CONSECRATORIS] : N one who consecrates/dedicates/makes sacred;

[CONSECRATRIX, CONSECRATRICIS] : N she who consecrates/dedicates/makes sacred;

[CONSECRATUS, CONSECRATA -UM, CONSECRATIOR -OR -US, CONSECRATISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ consecrated, holy, sacred;

[CONSECRO, CONSECRARE, CONSECRAVI, CONSECRATUS] : V consecrate/dedicate, set apart; hallow, sanctify; deify; curse; vow to a god;

[CONSECRO] : to dedicate, consecrate, sanctify/ to curse/ deify.

[CONSECRO] : to dedicate, consecrate, sanctify/ to curse/ deify

[CONSECRO] : to dedicate.

[CONSECTANDUS, CONSECTANDA, CONSECTANDUM] : ADJ cropped, cut short;

[CONSECTANEUS, CONSECTANEI] : N adherent, follower; one following eagerly after/hanging upon;

[CONSECTANEUS, CONSECTANEA, CONSECTANEUM] : ADJ following eagerly after; hanging upon;

[CONSECTARIUM, CONSECTARII] : N conclusions (pl.); inferences;

[CONSECTARIUS, CONSECTARIA, CONSECTARIUM] : ADJ conclusive; effecting proof (syllogism); following logically, consequent (l+s);

[CONSECTATIO, CONSECTATIONIS] : N striving, striving after, (eager) pursuit;

[CONSECTATIO] : striving, pursuit.

[CONSECTATIO] : striving, pursuit

[CONSECTATOR, CONSECTATORIS] : N one who pursues/strives after; adherent, friend;

[CONSECTATRIX, CONSECTATRICIS] : N one who pursues/strives after; adherent, friend;

[CONSECTIO, CONSECTIONIS] : N cutting/cleaving up/to pieces;

[CONSECTOR, CONSECTARI, -, CONSECTATUS SUM] : V hunt down, overtake, seek out (to destroy); attack/inveigh against; persecute;

[CONSECTOR, CONSECTARI, -, CONSECTATUS SUM] : V seek, pursue, make for (eagerly); research into; imitate, follow example of;

[CONSECUE] : ADV consequently; consecutively?;

[CONSECUTIO, CONSECUTIONIS] : N investigation of consequences/effects; acquiring/obtaining (l+s); attainment;

[CONSECUTIO, CONSECUTIONIS] : N order; orderly/logical/proper sequence/consequence/connection; result, effect;

[CONSEDO, CONSEDARE, CONSEDAVI, CONSEDATUS] : V stop, check, allay; still, quiet (l+s);

[CONSEDO, CONSEDONIS] : N assessor?; one who sits by (to advise?);

[CONSEMINALIS, CONSEMINALIS, CONSEMINALE] : ADJ planted/sown with several varieties (of vines/trees/seeds);

[CONSEMINEUS, CONSEMINEA, CONSEMINEUM] : ADJ planted/sown with several varieties (of vines/trees/seeds);

[CONSEMINIA, CONSEMINIAE] : N kind of vine;

[CONSENESCO, CONSENESCERE, CONSENUI] : V lose force, become invalid, fall into disuse; become of no account;

[CONSENESCO, CONSENESCERE, CONSENUI] : V grow old; grow old together; spend one's whole life/grow old in; decay, spoil;

[CONSENESCO, CONSENESCERE, CONSENUI] : V decline, go gray, grow feeble; fade/waste away, sink; lose respect;

[CONSENESCO] : to grow old, weak, feeble, infirm

[CONSENESCO] : to grow old, weak, feeble, infirm.

[CONSENIOR, CONSENIORIS] : N fellow-elder; fellow-presbyter;

[CONSENS, (GEN.), CONSENTIS] : ADJ (dei consentes (pl.) => the twelve major deities); (rites) connected with them;

[CONSENSIO, CONSENSIONIS] : N agreement (opinion), consent, accordance, harmony; unanimity; plot, conspiracy;

[CONSENSIO] : agreement, harmony, cooperation / plot, conspiracy

[CONSENSIO] : agreement, harmony, cooperation/ plot, conspiracy.

[CONSENSUS, CONSENSA, CONSENSUM] : ADJ agreed upon;

[CONSENSUS, CONSENSUS] : N general consensus; (concensu => by general consent); custom; combined action;

[CONSENSUS, CONSENSUS] : N agreement (opinion), consent, harmony; unanimity; conclusion, plot, conspiracy;

[CONSENTANEUM, CONSENTANEI] : N concurrent circumstances (pl.); (~ est => it is fitting/reasonable/consistent);

[CONSENTANEUS, CONSENTANEA, CONSENTANEUM] : ADJ agreeable; consistent/appropriate/fitting; in harmony with (l+s);

[CONSENTANEUS] : suited to.

[CONSENTIENS, (GEN.), CONSENTIENTIS] : ADJ unanimous; harmonious, agreeing closely; consistent; favorable;

[CONSENTIO, CONSENTIRE, CONSENSI, CONSENSUS] : V join/share in sensation/feeling; be in agreement/harmony; be of the same mind;

[CONSENTIO, CONSENTIRE, CONSENSI, CONSENSUS] : V act together; plot, conspire, combine; coincide; be in conjunction (planets);

[CONSENTIO, CONSENTIRE, CONSENSI, CONSENSUS] : V agree, consent; fit/be consistent/in sympathy/unison with; favor; assent to;

[CONSENTIO] : to agree, consent/ plot, conspire.

[CONSENTIO] : to agree, consent / plot, conspire

[CONSENTIUM, CONSENTII] : N (sacred) rites (pl.) established by common agreement (w/sacra);

[CONSENTIUM, CONSENTI(I)] : N council/body of dei consentes; (dei consentes => the twelve major deities);

[CONSEPIO, CONSEPIRE, CONSEPSI, CONSEPTUS] : V surround with a wall/fence/hedge; enclose, fence; fence/hedge in;

[CONSEPIO] : to hedge in.

[CONSEPTO, CONSEPTARE, CONSEPTAVI, CONSEPTATUS] : V surround with a wall/fence/hedge; enclose, fence; fence/hedge in;

[CONSEPTUM, CONSEPTI] : N enclosure; precinct; fenced/hedged off area; fence/hedge (l+s);

[CONSEPTUS, CONSEPTUS] : N hedging in; fencing around; constraining;

[CONSEQUE] : ADV consequently; consecutively?;

[CONSEQUENS, CONSEQUENTIS (GEN.), CONSEQUENTIOR -OR -US, CONSEQUENTISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ subsequent/later; as a logical consequence; reasonable/consistent; analogous;

[CONSEQUENS, CONSEQUENTIS] : N (logical) consequence; analogy?; (strange form, cicero uses as neuter);

[CONSEQUENS] : according to reason.

[CONSEQUENTER] : ADV consequently/as a result; appropriate/aptly; in accordance with/agreeable to;

[CONSEQUENTIA, CONSEQUENTIAE] : N logical consequence; succession/sequence/progression (of events); analogy;

[CONSEQUENTIA] : f, consequential, relating

[CONSEQUENTIA] : f, consequential, relating.

[CONSEQUIA, CONSEQUIAE] : N consequence; retinue; rear guard;

[CONSEQUIUS, CONSEQUII] : N who(/that which) follows or is in attendance;

[CONSEQUIUS, CONSEQUIA, CONSEQUIUM] : ADJ which follows or is in attendance;

[CONSEQUOR, CONSEQUI, -, CONSECUTUS SUM] : V seek after, aim at; achieve, reach; obtain; acquire, gain; grasp/comprehend;

[CONSEQUOR, CONSEQUI, -, CONSECUTUS SUM] : V follow, go/come after; attend on; pursue; catch up with, overtake; follow up;

[CONSEQUOR, CONSEQUI, -, CONSECUTUS SUM] : V happen subsequently, ensue/follow in order/time; act accordingly, follow plan;

[CONSEQUOR] : to follow, go after, pursue\ to follow logically (deponent).

[CONSEQUTIO, CONSEQUTIONIS] : N investigation of consequences/effects; acquiring/obtaining (l+s); attainment;

[CONSEQUTIO, CONSEQUTIONIS] : N order; orderly/logical/proper sequence/consequence/connection; result, effect;

[CONSEQUUS, CONSEQUA, CONSEQUUM] : ADJ following;

[CONSERBA, CONSERBAE] : N fellow-slave (female); (sometimes informal wife);

[CONSERMONOR, CONSERMONARI, -, CONSERMONUS SUM] : V talk, converse;

[CONSERO, CONSERERE, CONSERVI, CONSERTUS] : V connect/link, fasten/press/put together; construct/compose; join, engage (in);

[CONSERO, CONSERERE, CONSEVI, CONSITUS] : V sow, plant (field/crops/seeds/tree), set; breed; sow/strew plentifully/thickly;

[CONSERO, CONSERERE, CONSEVI, CONSATUS] : V sow, plant (field/crops/seeds/tree), set; breed; sow/strew plentifully/thickly;

[CONSERO, CONSERERE, CONSERUI, CONSERTUS] : V connect/link, fasten/press/put together; construct/compose; join, engage (in);

[CONSERTE] : ADV in a connected manner; as if bound/fastened together (l+s);

[CONSERTIO, CONSERTIONIS] : N joining together;

[CONSERVA, CONSERVAE] : N fellow-slave (female); (sometimes informal wife);

[CONSERVABILIS, CONSERVABILIS, CONSERVABILE] : ADJ that can be preserved;

[CONSERVANS, (GEN.), CONSERVANTIS] : ADJ preservative (w/gen);

[CONSERVATIO, CONSERVATIONIS] : N preservation, conservation, keeping (intact); observance/maintenance (duty);

[CONSERVATOR, CONSERVATORIS] : N keeper, one who preserves; defender; savior; worshiper (late) (l+s);

[CONSERVATORIUM, CONSERVATORI(I)] : N greenhouse;

[CONSERVATRIX, CONSERVATRICIS] : N keeper (female), one who preserves/defends; protectress;

[CONSERVITIUM, CONSERVITII] : N joint servitude/slavery; the fellow-slaves (late);

[CONSERVITIUM, CONSERVITI(I)] : N fellowship in slavery;

[CONSERVO, CONSERVARE, CONSERVAVI, CONSERVATUS] : V keep safe/intact, save (from danger); preserve, maintain; spare; keep/observe;

[CONSERVO] : to preserve, conserve, maintain, keep, hold to.

[CONSERVULA, CONSERVULAE] : N small fellow-slave (female);

[CONSERVUS, CONSERVI] : N fellow-slave; companion in servitude (l+s);

[CONSESSOR, CONSESSORIS] : N companion, one who sits near (at assembly/gathering); fellow juror; assessor;

[CONSESSUS, CONSESSUS] : N assembly/gathering/meeting; audience; court; the right to a place, seat;

[CONSIDERANTER, CONSIDERANTIUS, CONSIDERANTISSIME] : ADV carefully, with consideration; in a deliberate considerate manner (l+s);

[CONSIDERANTIA, CONSIDERANTIAE] : N consideration, reflection, due thought;

[CONSIDERATE, CONSIDERATIUS, CONSIDERATISSIME] : ADV carefully, cautiously, considerately; upon consideration;

[CONSIDERATIO, CONSIDERATIONIS] : N gaze/inspection/act of looking; mental examination/contemplation/consideration;

[CONSIDERATOR, CONSIDERATORIS] : N one who examines/considers/reflects on a problem;

[CONSIDERATUS, CONSIDERATA -UM, CONSIDERATIOR -OR -US, CONSIDERATISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ thought out, careful, considered (thing); cautious/deliberate/careful (person);

[CONSIDERO, CONSIDERARE, CONSIDERAVI, CONSIDERATUS] : V examine/look at/inspect; consider closely, reflect on/contemplate; investigate;

[CONSIDERO] : to contemplate, inspect.

[CONSIDERO] : to look at, regard carefully,

[CONSIDERO] : to look at, regard carefully,.

[CONSIDIUM, CONSIDI(I)] : N court of justice;

[CONSIDO, CONSIDERE, CONSEDI, CONSESSUS] : V sit down/be seated; hold sessions, sit (judge), try; alight; subside/sink (in);

[CONSIDO, CONSIDERE, CONSEDI, CONSESSUS] : V encamp/bivouac; take up a position; stop/stay, make one's home, settle; lodge;

[CONSIDO, CONSIDERE, CONSIDI, CONSESSUS] : V encamp/bivouac; take up a position; stop/stay, make one's home, settle; lodge;

[CONSIDO, CONSIDERE, CONSIDI, CONSESSUS] : V sit down/be seated; hold sessions, sit (judge), try; alight; subside/sink (in);

[CONSIDO] : to set down, settle.

[CONSIGNATE, CONSIGNATIUS, CONSIGNATISSIME] : ADV aptly; expressively; in a distinct manner, plainly, distinctly (l+s);

[CONSIGNATIO, CONSIGNATIONIS] : N affixing a seal/sealing/authentication; sealed/attested document; written proof;

[CONSIGNO, CONSIGNARE, CONSIGNAVI, CONSIGNATUS] : V (fix a) seal; put on record; indicate precisely/establish; attest/authenticate;

[CONSILATIO, CONSILATIONIS] : N consulting, consult; counseling, advice;

[CONSILESCO, CONSILESCERE, CONSILUI] : V fall silent; become still; be hushed (l+s); keep silent; grow dumb;

[CONSILIARIS, CONSILIARIS] : N counsel, advice; counseling;

[CONSILIARIUS, CONSILIARIA, CONSILIARIUM] : ADJ counseling, advising; suitable for counsel (l+s);

[CONSILIARIUS, CONSILIARI(I)] : N counselor/adviser; sharer of counsels; assessor; consilium princips member;

[CONSILIATOR, CONSILIATORIS] : N counselor, adviser; sharer in the counsels (of); epithet of jupiter (l+s);

[CONSILIATRIX, CONSILIATRICIS] : N adviser (female); she who counsels (l+s);

[CONSILIGO, CONSILIGINIS] : N medicinal herb (pulmonaria officinalis), lugwort (or green hellebore);

[CONSILIO] : intentionally, on purpose, designedly.

[CONSILIOR, CONSILIARI, -, CONSILIATUS SUM] : V take counsel, consult; deliberate; advise, give advice;

[CONSILIOSUS, CONSILIOSA -UM, CONSILIOSIOR -OR -US, CONSILIOSISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ instructive; giving good advice; full of prudence/wisdom, considerate (l+s);

[CONSILIUM, CONSILI(I)] : N decision/resolution; intention/purpose/policy/plan/action; diplomacy/strategy;

[CONSILIUM, CONSILI(I)] : N deliberative/advisory body; council of state, senate; jury; board of assessors;

[CONSILIUM, CONSILI(I)] : N intelligence, sense, capacity for judgment/invention; mental ability; choice;

[CONSILIUM, CONSILI(I)] : N debate/discussion/deliberation/consultation; advice/counsel/suggestion; adviser;

[CONSILIUM] : deliberation, consultation, assembly, council.

[CONSILIUM] : deliberation, resolution, measure as in plan, advice.

[CONSIMILE, CONSIMILIS] : N similar things (pl.); and the like (l+s);

[CONSIMILIS, CONSIMILIS, CONSIMILE] : ADJ like, very similar; similar in all respects (l+s);

[CONSIMILITER] : ADV (very) similarly; in a like manner (l+s);

[CONSIMILO, CONSIMILARE, CONSIMILAVI, CONSIMILATUS] : V compare;

[CONSIPIO, CONSIPERE,] : V be sane, be in one's right mind; be of sound mind (l+s);

[CONSIPIO, CONSIPIRE, CONSIPSI, CONSIPTUS] : V surround with a wall/fence/hedge; enclose, fence; fence/hedge in;

[CONSIPTUM, CONSIPTI] : N enclosure; precinct; fenced/hedged off area;

[CONSISTIO, CONSISTIONIS] : N action of standing in place; a standing still/(~ loci => in a place) (l+s);

[CONSISTIO, CONSISTIONIS] : N act of planting/sowing;

[CONSISTO, CONSISTERE, CONSTITI, CONSTITUS] : V stop/stand/halt/cease; pause, linger; stop spreading/flowing; take a position;

[CONSISTO, CONSISTERE, CONSTITI, CONSTITUS] : V come about, exist; fall due (tax); be established; remain valid/applicable;

[CONSISTO, CONSISTERE, CONSTITI, CONSTITUS] : V stand together/fast; consist of/be reckoned in; rest/depend upon; be unaltered;

[CONSISTO, CONSISTERE, CONSTITI, CONSTITUS] : V make a stand; stay, remain (fixed), stand still/erect/upright; correspond to;

[CONSISTO] : (+ abl. etc.) to be formed of, consist/ stop, stay.

[CONSISTO] : (+ in) to depend on, rely on.

[CONSISTO] : to take one's stand, stand still, stop, be posted.

[CONSISTORIANUS, CONSISTORIANI] : N assessor, aid in council; (in emperor's council);

[CONSISTORIANUS, CONSISTORIANA, CONSISTORIANUM] : ADJ of/pertaining to the emperor's cabinet; (w/comes) assessor, aid in council;

[CONSISTORIUM, CONSISTORII] : N (place of) the emperor's council; place of assembly/where servants wait; earth;

[CONSITOR, CONSITORIS] : N sower, planter;

[CONSITOR] : sower, planter.

[CONSITURA, CONSITURAE] : N planting/sowing of land;

[CONSITUS, CONSITA, CONSITUM] : ADJ laid to rest in a tomb; ("planted");

[CONSOBRINA, CONSOBRINAE] : N first cousin (female); (on mother's side); children of sisters (l+s); relation;

[CONSOBRINUS, CONSOBRINI] : N first cousin (male); (on mother's side); children of sisters (l+s); relation;

[CONSOBRINUS] : maternal first cousin.

[CONSOCER, CONSOCERI] : N one's child's father-in-law; one of two joint fathers-in-law (l+s);

[CONSOCIA, CONSOCIAE] : N companion (female); consort;

[CONSOCIABILIS, CONSOCIABILIS, CONSOCIABILE] : ADJ compatible, suitable;

[CONSOCIATIM] : ADV together, unitedly, jointly;

[CONSOCIATIO, CONSOCIATIONIS] : N association, union; associating, uniting;

[CONSOCIATUS, CONSOCIATA -UM, CONSOCIATIOR -OR -US, CONSOCIATISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ closely linked/associated; united (l+s); agreeing, harmonious;

[CONSOCIO, CONSOCIARE, CONSOCIAVI, CONSOCIATUS] : V associate/join/unite (in), share; bring in close relation/alliance/partnership;

[CONSOCIUS, CONSOCIA, CONSOCIUM] : ADJ united; connected;

[CONSOCIUS, CONSOCII] : N partaker; aid; companion; associate, ally (bee);

[CONSOCRUS, CONSOCRUS] : N one's child's mother-in-law; one of two joint mothers-in-law (l+s);

[CONSOL, CONSOLIS] : N consul (highest elected roman official - 2/year); supreme magistrate elsewhere;

[CONSOLABILIS, CONSOLABILIS, CONSOLABILE] : ADJ consolable, admitting of consolation; consolatory, bringing consolation;

[CONSOLAMEN, CONSOLAMINIS] : N consolation;

[CONSOLATIO, CONSOLATIONIS] : N consolation; comfort/encouragement (act/instance); consoling fact/circumstance;

[CONSOLATIO, CONSOLATIONIS] : N confirming; establishing of ownership;

[CONSOLATIO] : encouragement, amelioration, consolation.

[CONSOLATIO] : encouragement, amelioration, consolation

[CONSOLATIVUS, CONSOLATIVA, CONSOLATIVUM] : ADJ comforting; consolatory;

[CONSOLATOR, CONSOLATORIS] : N comforter, consoler; one who comforts/consoles;

[CONSOLATORIE] : ADV in a consolatory/comforting manner;

[CONSOLATORIUS, CONSOLATORIA, CONSOLATORIUM] : ADJ consolatory, consoling; (~ literae => letters of consolation);

[CONSOLIDA, CONSOLIDAE] : N plant; (also called conferva); black briony, comfrey;

[CONSOLIDATIO, CONSOLIDATIONIS] : N merging of usufruct (temporary use/possession) in property, consolidation;

[CONSOLIDATOR, CONSOLIDATORIS] : N confirmer; fortifier;

[CONSOLIDO, CONSOLIDARE, CONSOLIDAVI, CONSOLIDATUS] : V solidify, make solid/thick; merge (usufruct) attached property, consolidate;

[CONSOLIDO] : to make firm.

[CONSOLO, CONSOLARE, CONSOLAVI, CONSOLATUS] : V console, cheer, comfort; (pass) console oneself, take comfort;

[CONSOLO] : to comfort.

[CONSOLOR, CONSOLARI, -, CONSOLATUS SUM] : V console, (be source of) comfort/solace; soothe; alleviate/allay/assuage (grief);

[CONSOLTUM, CONSOLTI] : N decision/resolution/plan; decree (of senate/other authority); oracular response;

[CONSOLUTUS, CONSOLUTA, CONSOLUTUM] : ADJ dissolved together;

[CONSOMNIO, CONSOMNIARE, CONSOMNIAVI, CONSOMNIATUS] : V dream of;

[CONSONA, CONSONAE] : N consonant; (letter not a vowel);

[CONSONANS, (GEN.), CONSONANTIS] : ADJ agreeing; sounding in accord; fitting, suitable, appropriate;

[CONSONANS, CONSONANTIS] : N consonant; (letter not a vowel);

[CONSONANTER, CONSONANTIUS, CONSONANTISSIME] : ADV concordantly; in concord/agreement; agreeably (l+s); consonantly, harmoniously;

[CONSONANTIA, CONSONANTIAE] : N concord, consonance (music); harmony (of spoken sounds); agreement (l+s);

[CONSONATIO, CONSONATIONIS] : N resemblance of sound;

[CONSONE] : ADV in unison, (sounding) together; harmoniously (l+s);

[CONSONO, CONSONARE, CONSONUI] : V sound/utter/make noise together, harmonize; resound/re-echo; agree;

[CONSONUS, CONSONA, CONSONUM] : ADJ sounding together; harmonious; having common sound; agreeing; unanimous; fit;

[CONSOPIO, CONSOPIRE, CONSOPIVI, CONSOPITUS] : V lull/put to sleep, make unconscious; stupefy, benumb; make obsolete;

[CONSORS, (GEN.), CONSORTIS] : ADJ sharing inheritance/property; shared, in common; kindred, brotherly, sisterly;

[CONSORS, CONSORTIS] : N sharer; partner/associate/collogue/fellow; consort/wife; brother/sister; co-heir

[CONSORS] : companion, comradeship.

[CONSORTALIS, CONSORTALIS, CONSORTALE] : ADJ joint, held in association/common/partnership; pertaining to common property;

[CONSORTIO, CONSORTIONIS] : N partnership/association; fellowship, community; conjunction (things); sympathy;

[CONSORTIO] : partnership, company .

[CONSORTIUM, CONSORTI(I)] : N sharing, partnership, fellowship, participation; close connection; partner;

[CONSORTIUM, CONSORTI(I)] : N possession in common, sharing property; community life; conjunction (stars);

[CONSPARGO, CONSPARGERE, CONSPARSI, CONSPARSUS] : V sprinkle/strew/spatter, cover with small drops/particles; diversify/intersperse;

[CONSPARSIO, CONSPARSIONIS] : N scattering, strewing, sprinkling, sprinkle; paste, dough;

[CONSPATIANS, (GEN.), CONSPATIANTIS] : ADJ walking together;

[CONSPECTIO, CONSPECTIONIS] : N look, sight, view;;

[CONSPECTOR, CONSPECTORIS] : N inspector; overseer; he who sees/beholds (l+s);

[CONSPECTUS, CONSPECTUS] : N view, (range of) sight; aspect/appearance/look; perception/contemplation/survey;

[CONSPECTUS, CONSPECTA -UM, CONSPECTIOR -OR -US, CONSPECTISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ visible, open to view; remarkable/striking/eminent/distinguished; conspicuous;

[CONSPELIO, CONSPELIRE, -, CONSPULTUS] : V bury with;

[CONSPERGO, CONSPERGERE, CONSPERSI, CONSPERSUS] : V sprinkle/strew/spatter, cover with small drops/particles; diversify/intersperse;

[CONSPERGO] : to sprinkle, bestrew.

[CONSPERSIO, CONSPERSIONIS] : N scattering, strewing, sprinkling, sprinkle; paste, dough;

[CONSPICABILIS, CONSPICABILIS, CONSPICABILE] : ADJ visible; remarkable, notable;

[CONSPICABUNDUS, CONSPICABUNDA, CONSPICABUNDUM] : ADJ considering attentively;

[CONSPICIENDUS, CONSPICIENDA, CONSPICIENDUM] : ADJ conspicuous, attracting attention; worth seeing/attention (l+s); distinguished;

[CONSPICIENS, (GEN.), CONSPICIENTIS] : ADJ intelligent, having understanding;

[CONSPICIENTIA, CONSPICIENTIAE] : N faculty of considering;

[CONSPICILLUM, CONSPICILLI] : N lookout post, place for spying out?; watching (l+s);

[CONSPICIO, CONSPICERE, CONSPEXI, CONSPECTUS] : V have appearance; attract attention; discern; (pass) be conspicuous/visible;

[CONSPICIO, CONSPICERE, CONSPEXI, CONSPECTUS] : V observe/see/witness; notice; watch; gaze/stare on; catch/be in sight of; face;

[CONSPICIO, CONSPICIONIS] : N looking/observing/discerning, action of looking; (augury);

[CONSPICIO] : to catch sight of, perceive, behold, understand.

[CONSPICIO] : to observe.

[CONSPICOR, CONSPICARI, -, CONSPICATUS SUM] : V catch sight of, see; observe, notice; perceive; be conspicuous; be regarded;

[CONSPICUUS, CONSPICUA, CONSPICUUM] : ADJ visible, clearly seen, in sight/full view; illustrious/notable/famous/striking;

[CONSPICUUS] : striking .

[CONSPIRATE, CONSPIRATIUS, CONSPIRATISSIME] : ADV unanimously, with one accord, all together;

[CONSPIRATIO, CONSPIRATIONIS] : N concord/harmony/unanimity/agreement in feeling/opinion; conspirator;

[CONSPIRATIO, CONSPIRATIONIS] : N illegal/hostile combination/conspiracy/plot; blowing/breathing together;

[CONSPIRATIO] : union.

[CONSPIRATUS, CONSPIRATUS] : N sounding together (of musical instruments); agreement (l+s); harmony;

[CONSPIRATUS, CONSPIRATA, CONSPIRATUM] : ADJ having conspired/agreed, having entered into a conspiracy; acting in concert;

[CONSPIRO, CONSPIRARE, CONSPIRAVI, CONSPIRATUS] : V coil up;

[CONSPIRO, CONSPIRARE, CONSPIRAVI, CONSPIRATUS] : V plot/conspire/unite; sound/act in unison/harmony/accord; blow together (horns);

[CONSPISSATIO, CONSPISSATIONIS] : N thickening, condensing; pressing together; accumulation;

[CONSPISSATUS, CONSPISSATA, CONSPISSATUM] : ADJ thickened, condensed; pressed together; dense;

[CONSPISSO, CONSPISSARE, CONSPISSAVI, CONSPISSATUS] : V thicken; condense;

[CONSPLENDESCO, CONSPLENDESCERE,] : V shine very much/brightly/splendidly;;

[CONSPOLIO, CONSPOLIARE, CONSPOLIAVI, CONSPOLIATUS] : V rob;

[CONSPOLIUM, CONSPOLII] : N kind of sacrificial fruit cake;

[CONSPONDEO, CONSPONDERE, CONSPONDI, CONSPONSUS] : V exchange pledges; engage/promise mutually (l+s);

[CONSPONSATA, CONSPONSATAE] : N bride; betrothed, fiance, intended;

[CONSPONSOR, CONSPONSORIS] : N joint surety; one who takes a joint/mutual oath; who obligates himself (l+s);

[CONSPONSUS, CONSPONSA, CONSPONSUM] : ADJ bound by mutual pledges;

[CONSPULTUS, CONSPULTA, CONSPULTUM] : ADJ buried with;

[CONSPUO, CONSPUERE, CONSPUI, CONSPUTUS] : V spit on, sputter over; besplatter with saliva; (contempt); spit; spit it out;

[CONSPUO, CONSPUERE, CONSPUI, CONSPUTUS] : V spit; spit out much; spit it out;

[CONSPURCATUS, CONSPURCATA, CONSPURCATUM] : ADJ polluted; (erasmus);

[CONSPURCO, CONSPURCARE, CONSPURCAVI, CONSPURCATUS] : V befoul, pollute; defile sexually;

[CONSPUTO, CONSPUTARE, CONSPUTAVI, CONSPUTATUS] : V spit on/over; (in contempt);

[CONSS, ABB.] : N consuls (pl.) (highest elected official); abb. conss./coss.; (two of a year);

[CONSTABILIO, CONSTABILIRE, CONSTABILIVI, CONSTABILITUS] : V establish; put on a firm basis; strengthen; confirm, make firm (l+s);

[CONSTAGNO, CONSTAGNARE, CONSTAGNAVI, CONSTAGNATUS] : V cause to stand; congeal;

[CONSTANS, CONSTANTIS (GEN.), CONSTANTIOR -OR -US, CONSTANTISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ constant, unchanging; steadfast, resolute; steady, stable; immovable; secure;

[CONSTANS, CONSTANTIS (GEN.), CONSTANTIOR -OR -US, CONSTANTISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ consistent; standing firm; firm; persistent; mentally/morally settled/certain;

[CONSTANS] : constant.

[CONSTANS] : steady, firm, unchanging, constant, unwavering.

[CONSTANTER, CONSTANTIUS, CONSTANTISSIME] : ADV firmly, immovably; steadily, constantly, without change; resolutely; loyally;

[CONSTANTER, CONSTANTIUS, CONSTANTISSIME] : ADV evenly, uniformly, regularly; calmly; continually, persistently; consistently;

[CONSTANTER] : steadily, firmly, dependably, steadily.

[CONSTANTER] : steadily, firmly.

[CONSTANTIA, CONSTANTIAE] : N steadiness, regularity, consistency; constancy; resistance to change;

[CONSTANTIA, CONSTANTIAE] : N perseverance; harmony; steadfastness, persistence; firmness; courage; loyalty;

[CONSTANTIA] : constancy, firmness, solidity.

[CONSTANTINOPOLIS, CONSTANTINOPOLIS] : N constantinople (elsewhen byzantium or istanbul);

[CONSTANTINUS, CONSTANTINI] : N constantine; (flavius valierius constantinus, roman emperor 306-337);

[CONSTAT, CONSTARE, CONSTIT] : V it is agreed/evident/understood/correct/well known (everyone knows/agrees),;

[CONSTAT] : it is certain.

[CONSTELLATIO, CONSTELLATIONIS] : N constellation; group of stars supposed to influence human affairs;

[CONSTELLATUS, CONSTELLATA, CONSTELLATUM] : ADJ starry; studded with stars;

[CONSTERNATIO, CONSTERNATIONIS] : N confusion/dismay/shock/alarm; excitement; disturbance/disorder; mutiny/sedition;

[CONSTERNO, CONSTERNARE, CONSTERNAVI, CONSTERNATUS] : V overcome; stretch/lay out upon the ground; excite to sedition/revolt/mutiny;

[CONSTERNO, CONSTERNERE, CONSTRAVI, CONSTRATUS] : V strew/cover/spread (rugs); cover/lay/pave/line; bring down, lay low; calm (sea);

[CONSTERNO, CONSTERNARE, CONSTERNAVI, CONSTERNATUS] : V confound/shock/confuse/perplex/dismay; terrify/alarm/frighten, drive frantic;

[CONSTIBILIS, CONSTIBILIS, CONSTIBILE] : ADJ strong; stout;

[CONSTIPATIO, CONSTIPATIONIS] : N crowding together; a dense crowd;

[CONSTIPATUS] : surrounded.

[CONSTIPO, CONSTIPARE, CONSTIPAVI, CONSTIPATUS] : V crowd together; press/crowd closely together (l+s);

[CONSTITIO, CONSTITIONIS] : N act of standing in place; abiding (l+s); abode; stay; (w/loci => in same place);

[CONSTITUO, CONSTITUERE, CONSTITUI, CONSTITUTUS] : V establish/create/institute; draw up, arrange/set in order; make up, form; fix;

[CONSTITUO, CONSTITUERE, CONSTITUI, CONSTITUTUS] : V set up/in position, erect; place/dispose/locate; (call a) halt; plant (trees);

[CONSTITUO, CONSTITUERE, CONSTITUI, CONSTITUTUS] : V decide/resolve; decree/ordain; appoint, post/station (troops); settle (colony);

[CONSTITUO] : to arrange, decide, appoint, settle, found, set up.

[CONSTITUO] : to establish, appoint.

[CONSTITUO] : to fix, station, place, cause to stand, set

[CONSTITUO] : to fix, station, place, cause to stand, set.

[CONSTITUO] : to set up, place, establish, post, station.

[CONSTITUTIO, CONSTITUTIONIS] : N constitution/disposition/structure/character; arrangement/organization/system;

[CONSTITUTIO, CONSTITUTIONIS] : N ordinance, decree, decision; position/ordering; destiny; definition of a term;

[CONSTITUTIONARIUS, CONSTITUTIONARII] : N he who presides over the copying of the imperial constitutions;

[CONSTITUTOR, CONSTITUTORIS] : N founder, one who establishes; orderer, arranger (l+s);

[CONSTITUTORIUS, CONSTITUTORIA, CONSTITUTORIUM] : ADJ relating to a constitutum (agreement to pay/agreed price);

[CONSTITUTUM, CONSTITUTI] : N agreed price; decree, ordinance, law; order/conventional rule (architecture);

[CONSTITUTUM, CONSTITUTI] : N agreed arrangement, appointment; agreement to pay a sum on a date, note, iou;

[CONSTITUTUS, CONSTITUTA, CONSTITUTUM] : ADJ constituted/disposed, endowed with a nature; ordered/arranged/appointed; being;

[CONSTITUTUS, CONSTITUTI] : N meeting;

[CONSTO, CONSTARE, CONSTITI, CONSTATUS] : V stand firm/still/erect/together; remain motionless/constant; consist of/in;

[CONSTO, CONSTARE, CONSTITI, CONSTATUS] : V agree/correspond/fit, be correct; be dependent/based upon; exist/continue/last;

[CONSTO, CONSTARE, CONSTITI, CONSTATUS] : V be certain/decided/consistent/sure/fixed/established/well-known/apparent/plain;

[CONSTO] : to be established, stand firm, stop, endure.

[CONSTRATUM, CONSTRATI] : N platform; deck; covering (l+s);

[CONSTRATUS, CONSTRATA, CONSTRATUM] : ADJ flat, plane; (navis ~ => decked ship);

[CONSTREPO, CONSTREPERE, CONSTREPUI, CONSTREPITUS] : V make a loud noise; resound; sound loudly/boisterously (l+s); (of vivid speech);

[CONSTRICTE] : ADV closely;

[CONSTRICTIO, CONSTRICTIONIS] : N compression, constriction; binding/drawing together (l+s); constipation;

[CONSTRICTIO] : to bind together, draw together

[CONSTRICTIO] : to bind together, draw together.

[CONSTRICTIVE] : ADV astringently;

[CONSTRICTIVUS, CONSTRICTIVA, CONSTRICTIVUM] : ADJ contracting; drawing together; astringent;

[CONSTRICTO, CONSTRICTARE, CONSTRICTAVI, CONSTRICTATUS] : V draw together; (medical term associated with cauterization and amputation);

[CONSTRICTURA, CONSTRICTURAE] : N drawing together;

[CONSTRICTUS, CONSTRICTA -UM, CONSTRICTIOR -OR -US, CONSTRICTISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ small/limited in size; marked by contraction/tightening; compressed/contracted;

[CONSTRINGO CONSTRIXI CONSTRICTUM] : to bind, confine, restrain.

[CONSTRINGO, CONSTRINGERE, CONSTRINXI, CONSTRICTUS] : V compress/squeeze; make smaller/lessen/contract; hold together; congeal/freeze;

[CONSTRINGO, CONSTRINGERE, CONSTRINXI, CONSTRICTUS] : V bind fast/tight, tie up/together; confine, restrain; hinder, inhibit, control;

[CONSTRINGO] : to fetter.

[CONSTRUCTIO, CONSTRUCTIONIS] : N erection, putting/joining together; building, construction; arrangement (words);

[CONSTRUO CONSTRUXICONSTRUCTUM] : to construct, build, arrange.

[CONSTRUO, CONSTRUERE, CONSTRUXI, CONSTRUCTUS] : V heap/pile/load (up); make/build/construct; arrange (in group); amass, collect;

[CONSTRUO] : construxi ; constructum ; to construct, build, arrange.

[CONSTRUO] : to bring together.

[CONSTUPATOR] : ravisher, debaucher.

[CONSTUPEO, CONSTUPERE, CONSTUPUI] : V be very much astonished;

[CONSTUPRATOR, CONSTUPRATORIS] : N ravisher, debaucher, defiler; one perpetrating illicit (adultery/forcible) sex;

[CONSTUPRO, CONSTUPRARE, CONSTUPRAVI, CONSTUPRATUS] : V ravish, rape; debauch, defile, corrupt; have illicit (adultery/forcible) sex;

[CONSTUPRO] : to ravish, corrupt.

[CONSTURATOR] : ravisher, debaucher.

[CONSUADEO, CONSUADERE, CONSUASI, CONSUASUS] : V advocate, recommend/advise strongly; try to persuade (w/dat);

[CONSUALIUM, CONSUALII] : N festival of consus (ancient god); (21 august, buried altar at circus uncovered);

[CONSUASOR, CONSUASORIS] : N advisor, counselor; one who recommends/advocates/counsels;

[CONSUAVIO, CONSUAVIARE, CONSUAVIAVI, CONSUAVIATUS] : V cover with kisses; kiss affectionately (l+s);

[CONSUAVIOR, CONSUAVIARI, -, CONSUAVIATUS SUM] : V cover with kisses; kiss affectionately (l+s);

[CONSUBIGO, CONSUBIGERE, CONSUBEGI, CONSUBACTUS] : V knead/work/mix/force together;

[CONSUBSTANTIALIS, CONSUBSTANTIALIS, CONSUBSTANTIALE] : ADJ of like nature/essence/quality;

[CONSUBSTANTIALITAS, CONSUBSTANTIALITATIS] : N like quality/nature/essence;

[CONSUBSTANTIVUS, CONSUBSTANTIVA, CONSUBSTANTIVUM] : ADJ of like nature/essence/quality;

[CONSUCIDUS, CONSUCIDA, CONSUCIDUM] : ADJ fresh; juicy; (applied to a girl);

[CONSUDASCO, CONSUDASCERE,] : V sweat profusely/thoroughly/much; exude moisture (of packed olives l+s);

[CONSUDESCO, CONSUDESCERE,] : V sweat profusely/thoroughly/a lot; exude moisture (of packed olives l+s);

[CONSUDO, CONSUDARE, CONSUDAVI, CONSUDATUS] : V sweat profusely/well/a lot; (also applied to packed olives/fruit);

[CONSUEFACIO, CONSUEFACERE, CONSUEFECI, CONSUEFACTUS] : V accustom, acclimate, make used to, habituate, inure;

[CONSUEFACIO] : to accustom, acclimate, become used to.

[CONSUEO, CONSUERE, CONSUEVI, CONSUETUS] : V accustom; become accustomed; be accustomed, inure, habituate. familiarize;

[CONSUESCO, CONSUESCERE, CONSUEVI, CONSUETUS] : V accustom oneself; become/be accustomed/used; inure, habituate; familiarize;,;

[CONSUESCO, CONSUESCERE, CONSUEVI, CONSUETUS] : V be intimate/have sexual intercourse with; form a habit; be in the habit of;

[CONSUESCO] : to accustom, inure, habituate.

[CONSUESCO] : to accustom, inure, habituate

[CONSUETA] : customary, usual.

[CONSUETE] : ADV in the usual/accustomed manner, as usual; according to custom;

[CONSUETIO, CONSUETIONIS] : N intimacy; sexual intimacy/intercourse;

[CONSUETUDINARIE] : ADV in the usual/accustomed manner, as usual; according to custom;

[CONSUETUDINARIUS, CONSUETUDINARIA, CONSUETUDINARIUM] : ADJ usual, ordinary, customary;

[CONSUETUDINIS MAGNA VIS EST. ] : PHRASE the force of habit is great.

[CONSUETUDO QUASI ALTERA NATURA. ] : PHRASE habit is our second nature.

[CONSUETUDO, CONSUETUDINIS] : N habit/custom/usage/way; normal/general/customary practice, tradition/convention;

[CONSUETUDO, CONSUETUDINIS] : N experience; empirical knowledge; sexual/illicit intercourse, intimacy, affair;

[CONSUETUDO] : custom, usage, habit/ intimacy, familiar acquaintance.

[CONSUETUDO] : custom, usage, habit / intimacy, familiar acquaintance.

[CONSUETUS, CONSUETA -UM, CONSUETIOR -OR -US, CONSUETISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ accustomed. used (to); customary, habitual, usual; ordinary, commonly employed;

[CONSUL, CONSULIS] : N consul (highest elected roman official - 2/year); supreme magistrate elsewhere;

[CONSUL] : magistrate.

[CONSULANS, CONSULANTIS] : N those (pl.) who seek advice (from lawyer/oracle);

[CONSULARIS, CONSULARIS, CONSULARE] : ADJ consular, of/proper to a consul; of consular rank; proposed/governed by consul;

[CONSULARITAS, CONSULARITATIS] : N office/dignity of consul or imperial governor;

[CONSULARITER] : ADV in a manner befitting/worthy of a consul;

[CONSULARIUS, CONSULARIA, CONSULARIUM] : ADJ consular, of/proper to a consul; of consular rank; proposed/governed by consul;

[CONSULATIO] : deliberation, inquiry, full consideration.

[CONSULATUS, CONSULATUS] : N consulship/consulate; (term of) office of consul; actions/acts as consul;

[CONSULO, CONSULERE, CONSULUI, CONSULTUS] : V ask information/advice of; consult, take counsel; deliberate/consider; advise;

[CONSULO, CONSULERE, CONSULUI, CONSULTUS] : V decide upon, adopt; look after/out for (dat), pay attention to; refer to;

[CONSULO] : (+ dat.) look to the interests of/ consult, ask advice.

[CONSULO] : + dat ; take care of, for, advise.

[CONSULO] : to look to the interests of, come to a conclusion.

[CONSULO] : to reflect, consider, ponder, reflect.

[CONSULO] : to take counsel.

[CONSULTATIO, CONSULTATIONIS] : N full/mature deliberation/consideration/discussion; consultation; inquiry;

[CONSULTATIO, CONSULTATIONIS] : N meeting/opportunity for debate; subject for consideration, problem, question;

[CONSULTATOR, CONSULTATORIS] : N inquirer; one who consults; one who asks advice (l+s);

[CONSULTATORIUS, CONSULTATORIA, CONSULTATORIUM] : ADJ of/pertaining to consultation;

[CONSULTATUM, CONSULTATI] : N resolution, decision; deliberations (pl.) (old);

[CONSULTE, CONSULTIUS, CONSULTISSIME] : ADV prudently, with due deliberation; advisedly; deliberately, on purpose;

[CONSULTO, CONSULTARE, CONSULTAVI, CONSULTATUS] : V consult, take counsel; form plans, provide; consult oracle/astrologer;

[CONSULTO, CONSULTARE, CONSULTAVI, CONSULTATUS] : V deliberate, debate, discuss; consider carefully, weigh, ponder;

[CONSULTO] : ADV purposely, deliberately, on purpose, by design; of set purpose;

[CONSULTO] : to ask the advice of, consult.

[CONSULTO] : to consider carefully, weigh, ponder.

[CONSULTO] : to consult + acc.

[CONSULTOR, CONSULTARI, -, CONSULTATUS SUM] : V consult, go for/ask/take counsel; consult oracle/astrologer;

[CONSULTOR, CONSULTORIS] : N adviser, counselor, one who gives counsel; client/one who asks (lawyer/oracle);

[CONSULTRIX, CONSULTRICIS] : N one who takes thought for; she who has a care for/provides (l+s);

[CONSULTUM, CONSULTI] : N decision/resolution/plan; decree (of senate/other authority); oracular response;

[CONSULTUM] : decree.

[CONSULTUS, CONSULTA -UM, CONSULTIOR -OR -US, CONSULTISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ skilled/practiced/learned/experienced; planned/prudent, well-considered/advised;

[CONSULTUS, CONSULTI] : N lawyer, jurist; (also jurisconsultus, one or two words); expert;

[CONSULTUS, CONSULTUS] : N decision/resolution/plan; decree (of senate/other authority); oracular response;

[CONSUM, CONESSE, CONFUI, CONFUTURUS] : V be together/with, coexist; be, happen; (confore => to be about to happen);

[CONSUMMABILIS, CONSUMMABILIS, CONSUMMABILE] : ADJ perfectible, capable of being perfected/completed;

[CONSUMMATIO, CONSUMMATIONIS] : N final result, conclusion, completion, achievement; consummation; perfection;

[CONSUMMATIO, CONSUMMATIONIS] : N accumulation, process/result of addition; total/sum; purpose; acme/zenith;

[CONSUMMATIO] : completion, summing up, adding up.

[CONSUMMATOR, CONSUMMATORIS] : N completer, finisher;

[CONSUMMATUS, CONSUMMATA -UM, CONSUMMATIOR -OR -US, CONSUMMATISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ complete, perfect, nothing lacking; perfect/consummate (people);

[CONSUMMO, CONSUMMARE, CONSUMMAVI, CONSUMMATUS] : V bring to perfection; put finishing/crowning touch; serve one's time; be grown;

[CONSUMMO, CONSUMMARE, CONSUMMAVI, CONSUMMATUS] : V add/reckon/total/sum/make up; finish off, end; bring about, achieve/accomplish;

[CONSUMMO] : to add together, sum up, make perfect, complete.

[CONSUMO, CONSUMERE, CONSUMPSI, CONSUMPTUS] : V burn up, destroy/kill; put end to; reduce/wear away; annul; extinguish (right);

[CONSUMO, CONSUMERE, CONSUMPSI, CONSUMPTUS] : V devour/swallow up/consume/eat/use up/exhaust/expend; spend; squander/waste;

[CONSUMO] : to devour.

[CONSUMO] : to spend, employ, use up, finish, waste away, destroy.

[CONSUMPTIBILIS, CONSUMPTIBILIS, CONSUMPTIBILE] : ADJ transient; consumable; that can be consumed/destroyed;

[CONSUMPTIO, CONSUMPTIONIS] : N consumption, process of consuming or wearing away; wasting; employing, use;

[CONSUMPTOR, CONSUMPTORIS] : N one who consumes, consumer; spendthrift, waster; destroyer;

[CONSUMPTRIX, CONSUMPTRICIS] : N she who consumes/wastes, consumer; spendthrift;

[CONSUO CONSUI CONSUTUM] : to sew together, stitch.

[CONSUO, CONSUERE, CONSUI, CONSUTUS] : V sew together/up, stitch/join; make by sewing together; patch up; devise, plan;

[CONSUPPLICATRIX, CONSUPPLICATRICIS] : N fellow suppliant; she who supplicates with (l+s);

[CONSURGO, CONSURGERE, CONSURREXI, CONSURRECTUS] : V rise/stand up (body of people); rise (jury/from meal/to speak/from bed); ambush;

[CONSURGO, CONSURGERE, CONSURREXI, CONSURRECTUS] : V aspire to, rouse, prepare; break out, come from hiding; grow/spring up, rise;

[CONSURGO] : to stand up, rise up / to arise, break out.

[CONSURGO] : to stand up, rise up/ to arise, break out.

[CONSURRECTIO, CONSURRECTIONIS] : N rising, action of standing up; (as sign of assent in public meeting l+s);

[CONSUS, CONSI] : N consus, ancient italian god (earth/fertility/agriculture/counsels/secret plans);

[CONSUSRRO, CONSUSRRARE, CONSUSRRAVI, CONSUSRRATUS] : V whisper together;

[CONSUTILIS, CONSUTILIS, CONSUTILE] : ADJ sewed together;

[CONSUTUM, CONSUTI] : N garment stitched together;

[CONTABEFACIO, CONTABEFACERE, CONTABEFECI, CONTABEFACTUS] : V make to waste away; wear away; consume;

[CONTABESCO, CONTABESCERE, CONTABUI] : V melt/waste slowly/completely away, decline in health; be consumed, pine away;

[CONTABESCO] : to waste slowly away, decline in health.

[CONTABULATIO, CONTABULATIONIS] : N floor/roof made of boards; flooring, boarding; (folds/tucks of a garment);

[CONTABULO, CONTABULARE, CONTABULAVI, CONTABULATUS] : V board over, cover with boards; furnish with roof/floor/bridge; build; bridge;

[CONTACTUS, CONTACTUS] : N touch, contact; contagion, infection, pollution; (personal/logical) association;

[CONTACTUS] : touching, contact/ contagion.

[CONTACTUS] : touching, contact / contagion.

[CONTAGES, CONTAGIS] : N contact, touch; infection, contagion;

[CONTAGES] : a touch, contact.

[CONTAGIO CONTAGIUM] : contagion, infection / touching, contact.

[CONTAGIO CONTAGIUM] : contagion, infection/ touching, contact.

[CONTAGIO, CONTAGIONIS] : N contact/touch (to contagion/infection); social contact/intercourse; influence;

[CONTAGIO] : infection.

[CONTAGIOSUS, CONTAGIOSA, CONTAGIOSUM] : ADJ contagious;

[CONTAGIUM, CONTAGI(I)] : N action/fact of touching, contact; contact communicating infection, contagion;

[CONTAMEN, CONTAMINIS] : N action/fact of touching, contact; contact communicating infection, contagion;

[CONTAMINABILUS, CONTAMINABILA, CONTAMINABILUM] : ADJ that may be polluted/defiled;

[CONTAMINATIO, CONTAMINATIONIS] : N defilement; pollution, contamination;

[CONTAMINATOR, CONTAMINATORIS] : N defiler; polluter;

[CONTAMINATUM, CONTAMINATI] : N adulterated/contaminated things (pl.);

[CONTAMINATUS, CONTAMINATI] : N abandoned youths (pl.); (juvenile delinquents?);

[CONTAMINATUS, CONTAMINATA -UM, CONTAMINATIOR -OR -US, CONTAMINATISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ contaminated, polluted, adulterated; used, second-hand, soiled by use; profane;

[CONTAMINATUS, CONTAMINATA -UM, CONTAMINATIOR -OR -US, CONTAMINATISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ impure, vile, defiled, degraded; morally foul, guilt stained; ritually unclean;

[CONTAMINO, CONTAMINARE, CONTAMINAVI, CONTAMINATUS] : V corrupt, defile (w/filth/intercourse), stain, befoul spoil; ruin, dishonor;

[CONTAMINO, CONTAMINARE, CONTAMINAVI, CONTAMINATUS] : V debase w/mixture of inferior material; contaminate, infect; pollute (morally);

[CONTAMINO] : to defile.

[CONTAMINO] : to pollute, infect.

[CONTANS, CONTANTIS (GEN.), CONTANTIOR -OR -US, CONTANTISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ hesitant/delaying/slow to act, tardy; clinging; stubborn, resistant to movement;

[CONTARIUS, CONTARI(I)] : N soldier armed with a contus (lance/pike/long spear); pike-bearer;

[CONTATIO, CONTATIONIS] : N delay, hesitation; tardiness, inactivity; hesitating about/delaying of (w/gen);

[CONTATOR, CONTATORIS] : N delayer/procrastinator; one prone to delay; considerate/cautious person (l+s);

[CONTATUS, CONTATI] : N soldier armed with a contus (lance/pike/long spear); pike-bearer;

[CONTECHNOR, CONTECHNARI, -, CONTECHNATUS SUM] : V plot, devise/contrive a trick;

[CONTEGO, CONTEGERE, CONTEXI, CONTECTUS] : V cover up, conceal, hide; protect; clothe; roof over; bury/entomb; strew thickly;

[CONTEGO] : to conceal.

[CONTEGO] : to cover, shield, protect, defend.

[CONTEMERO, CONTEMERARE, CONTEMERAVI, CONTEMERATUS] : V violate; defile, pollute; stain;

[CONTEMNENDUS, CONTEMNENDA, CONTEMNENDUM] : ADJ be despised/neglected; (w/negative => considerable, not negligible);

[CONTEMNENTER] : ADV in a contemptuous manner;

[CONTEMNIFICUS, CONTEMNIFICA, CONTEMNIFICUM] : ADJ scornful, contemptuous; despising;

[CONTEMNO, CONTEMNERE, CONTEMPSI, CONTEMPTUS] : V think little of; look down on, take poor view of; pay no heed/disregard/slight;

[CONTEMNO, CONTEMNERE, CONTEMPSI, CONTEMPTUS] : V treat with/hold in contempt, scorn, disdain; despise; keep away from, avoid;

[CONTEMNO] : to defy.

[CONTEMNO] : to think meanly of, despise, condemn, hate.

[CONTEMPERATIO, CONTEMPERATIONIS] : N proper/suitable mixture;

[CONTEMPERO, CONTEMPERARE, CONTEMPERAVI, CONTEMPERATUS] : V temper (by mixing) (a drink); moderate (l+s);

[CONTEMPLABILIS, CONTEMPLABILIS, CONTEMPLABILE] : ADJ aiming, taking aim;

[CONTEMPLABILITER] : ADV taking aim;

[CONTEMPLABUNDUS, CONTEMPLABUNDA, CONTEMPLABUNDUM] : ADJ considering/contemplating attentively;

[CONTEMPLATIO, CONTEMPLATIONIS] : N view, survey; taking aim; contemplation, consideration, study; meditation;

[CONTEMPLATIO, CONTEMPLATIONIS] : N taking into consideration (abl w/gen); in consideration of, for the sake of;

[CONTEMPLATIO] : survey, contemplation.

[CONTEMPLATIVUS, CONTEMPLATIVA, CONTEMPLATIVUM] : ADJ theoretical, speculative; contemplative;

[CONTEMPLATOR, CONTEMPLATORIS] : N observer, surveyor; one who observes/studies/examines/ponders/contemplates;

[CONTEMPLATRIX, CONTEMPLATRICIS] : N she who observes/studies/ponders/contemplates;

[CONTEMPLATUS, CONTEMPLATUS] : N contemplation, pondering; consideration (l+s); observance; regard, respect;

[CONTEMPLO, CONTEMPLARE, CONTEMPLAVI, CONTEMPLATUS] : V observe/note/notice, gaze/look hard at, regard; contemplate/consider carefully;

[CONTEMPLOR, CONTEMPLARI, -, CONTEMPLATUS SUM] : V observe/note/notice, gaze/look hard at, regard; contemplate/consider carefully;

[CONTEMPLOR] : to mark out, regard, consider carefully, survey.

[CONTEMPLOR] : to observe.

[CONTEMPLUM, CONTEMPLI] : N place for observation in augury;

[CONTEMPORAL, CONTEMPORALIS] : N contemporary;

[CONTEMPORALIS, CONTEMPORALIS, CONTEMPORALE] : ADJ contemporary;

[CONTEMPORANEUS, CONTEMPORANEI] : N contemporary;

[CONTEMPORANEUS, CONTEMPORANEA, CONTEMPORANEUM] : ADJ contemporary;

[CONTEMPORO, CONTEMPORARE, CONTEMPORAVI, CONTEMPORATUS] : V be contemporary, be at the same time;

[CONTEMPTE, CONTEMPTIUS, CONTEMPTISSIME] : ADV with great/greater/greatest contempt; contemptibly, despicably;

[CONTEMPTIBILIS, CONTEMPTIBILE, CONTEMPTIBILIOR -OR -US, CONTEMPTIBILISSIMUS -A -] : ADJ contemptible, worthless;

[CONTEMPTIBILITAS, CONTEMPTIBILITATIS] : N contemptibleness;

[CONTEMPTIM] : ADV contemptuously, with contempt, scornfully; fearlessly, without regard to danger;

[CONTEMPTIM] : contemptuously.

[CONTEMPTIO, CONTEMPTIONIS] : N contempt/scorn/destain (act/state); (act) disregard/paying no attention to;

[CONTEMPTIO] : scorn, disdain, contempt.

[CONTEMPTOR, CONTEMPTORIS] : N despiser; one who looks down on/scorns; who disregards/pays no heed (to life);

[CONTEMPTRIX, CONTEMPTRICIS] : N despiser; she who looks down on/scorns; who disregards/pays no heed (to life);

[CONTEMPTUS, CONTEMPTUS] : N contempt/scorn/despising (act/state); ignominy; disregard; object of contempt;

[CONTEMPTUS, CONTEMPTA -UM, CONTEMPTIOR -OR -US, CONTEMPTISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ despised, despicable, paltry, mean; contemptible, vile;

[CONTEMPTUS] : despised, despicable, contemptible.

[CONTEMTE, CONTEMTIUS, CONTEMTISSIME] : ADV with great/greater/greatest contempt; contemptibly, despicably;

[CONTEMTIBILIS, CONTEMTIBILE, CONTEMTIBILIOR -OR -US, CONTEMTIBILISSIMUS -A -U] : ADJ contemptible, worthless;

[CONTEMTIBILITAS, CONTEMTIBILITATIS] : N contemptibleness;

[CONTEMTIM] : ADV contemptuously, with contempt, scornfully; fearlessly, without regard to danger;

[CONTEMTIO, CONTEMTIONIS] : N contempt/scorn/destain (act/state); (act) disregard/paying no attention to;

[CONTEMTOR, CONTEMTORIS] : N despiser; one who looks down on/scorns; who disregards/pays no heed (to life);

[CONTEMTRIX, CONTEMTRICIS] : N despiser; she who looks down on/scorns; who disregards/pays no heed (to life);

[CONTEMTUS, CONTEMTA -UM, CONTEMTIOR -OR -US, CONTEMTISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ despised, despicable, paltry, mean; contemptible, vile;

[CONTEMTUS, CONTEMTUS] : N contempt/scorn/despising (act/state); ignominy; disregard; object of contempt;

[CONTENDO, CONTENDERE, CONTENDI, CONTENTUS] : V stretch, draw tight, make taut; draw/bend (bow/catapult); tune; stretch out;

[CONTENDO, CONTENDERE, CONTENDI, CONTENTUS] : V strain/tense; make an effort, strive for; speak seriously/passionately; assert;

[CONTENDO, CONTENDERE, CONTENDI, CONTENTUS] : V compete/contend (fight/law), dispute; compare/match/contrast; demand/press for;

[CONTENDO, CONTENDERE, CONTENDI, CONTENTUS] : V hurl, shoot; direct; travel; extend; rush to, be in a hurry, hasten;

[CONTENDO] : to assert, maintain / shoot (a missile), cast.

[CONTENDO] : to assert, maintain/ shoot (a missile), cast.

[CONTENDO] : to compare, contrast/ compete.

[CONTENDO] : to compare, contrast / compete.

[CONTENDO] : to contend, strive, struggle, hasten.

[CONTENEBRASCO, CONTENEBRASCERE, CONTENEBRAVI] : V become/grow completely/very dark; (used impers => it grew very/completely dark);

[CONTENEBRO, CONTENEBRARE, CONTENEBRAVI, CONTENEBRATUS] : V grow dark;

[CONTENTE, CONTENTIUS, CONTENTISSIME] : ADV with great exertion, vehemently, vigorously; eagerly, earnestly;

[CONTENTE] : ADV closely, in a restrictive/restrained manner;

[CONTENTE] : eagerly, earnestly.

[CONTENTIO, CONTENTIONIS] : N stretching, tension; strenuous exercise (physical/mental); comparison (of adj);

[CONTENTIO, CONTENTIONIS] : N raising the voice, speaking passionately/vigorously/formally; intensification;

[CONTENTIO, CONTENTIONIS] : N competition, struggle, effort, exertion; controversy, contention, contrast;

[CONTENTIO] : controversy, straining.

[CONTENTIOSE, CONTENTIOSIUS, CONTENTIOSISSIME] : ADV emphatically; persistently/obstinately; vigorously/passionately; argumentively;

[CONTENTIOSUS, CONTENTIOSA, CONTENTIOSUM] : ADJ persistent, obstinate, headstrong; argumentive, quarrelsome, contentious;

[CONTENTUS, CONTENTA -UM, CONTENTIOR -OR -US, CONTENTISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ content, satisfied (w/abl); content with, pleased; (se ~ +. self contained);

[CONTENTUS, CONTENTA -UM, CONTENTIOR -OR -US, CONTENTISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ tense, tight, strained, exerted; energetic, vigorous, intent, eager, serious;

[CONTENTUS] : contented, satisfied.

[CONTENTUS] : contented, satisfied

[CONTENTUS] : strained, stretched / eager, zealous.

[CONTENTUS] : strained, stretched/ eager, zealous.

[CONTEREBRO, CONTEREBRARE, CONTEREBRAVI, CONTEREBRATUS] : V pierce/bore through;

[CONTEREO, CONTERERE, CONTERUI, CONTERITUS] : V frighten thoroughly; fill with terror; suppress/intimidate by terrorizing;

[CONTERITO, CONTERITARE,] : V frighten much/greatly/thoroughly, terrorize;

[CONTERMINO, CONTERMINARE, CONTERMINAVI, CONTERMINATUS] : V border on; be a borderer, have a common boundary;

[CONTERMINUM, CONTERMINI] : N region bordering on; neighboring/adjacent region/area;

[CONTERMINUS, CONTERMINI] : N neighbor;

[CONTERMINUS, CONTERMINA, CONTERMINUM] : ADJ close by, neighboring, adjacent, close; bordering on, having a common boundary;

[CONTERNANS, (GEN.), CONTERNANTIS] : ADJ three years old;

[CONTERNATIO, CONTERNATIONIS] : N group of three; grouping (persons/things) in threes; placing of three together;

[CONTERNO, CONTERNARE, CONTERNAVI, CONTERNATUS] : V divide into groups of three; (persons);

[CONTERO, CONTERERE, CONTRIVI, CONTRITUS] : V spend, exhaust, waste (time), use up; wear out/down; make weary;

[CONTERO, CONTERERE, CONTRIVI, CONTRITUS] : V grind, crush, pound to pieces; bruise, crumble; rub/wipe away/out/off, expunge;

[CONTERO] : to crush .

[CONTERRANEUS, CONTERRANEI] : N fellow countryman;

[CONTERREO, CONTERRERE, CONTERRUI, CONTERRITUS] : V frighten thoroughly; fill with terror; suppress/intimidate by terrorizing;

[CONTERRITO, CONTERRITARE,] : V frighten much/greatly/thoroughly, terrorize;

[CONTESSERATIO, CONTESSERATIONIS] : N contract of friendship with tesserae (token divided between friends as sign);

[CONTESSERO, CONTESSERARE, CONTESSERAVI, CONTESSERATUS] : V contract friendship with tesserae (token divided between friends as sign);

[CONTESTATIO, CONTESTATIONIS] : N affirmation of declaration; joinder of issue (w/litis)/formal entering of suit;

[CONTESTATIO, CONTESTATIONIS] : N attesting, proving by witnesses, testimony; conclusive proof; earnest entreaty;

[CONTESTATIUNCULA, CONTESTATIUNCULAE] : N short speech;

[CONTESTATO] : ADV in the presence of witnesses; by aid of witnesses (l+s);

[CONTESTATUS, CONTESTATA, CONTESTATUM] : ADJ attested; proved;

[CONTESTIFICANS, (GEN.), CONTESTIFICANTIS] : ADJ attesting at the same time;

[CONTESTOR, CONTESTARI, -, CONTESTATUS SUM] : V call to witness; appeal to the gods that (w/ut); join issue (w/litis);

[CONTEXO, CONTEXERE, CONTEXUI, CONTEXTUS] : V weave/entwine/braid/twist together; compose/connect/link/combine; make/join/form

[CONTEXTE] : ADV in close combination; in a connected/coherent manner; connected together (l+s);

[CONTEXTIM] : ADV in a continuous/uninterrupted/connected manner;

[CONTEXTIO, CONTEXTIONIS] : N joining, putting together; preparing, composing;

[CONTEXTOR, CONTEXTORIS] : N composer, author, one who puts writing together;

[CONTEXTUS, CONTEXTA, CONTEXTUM] : ADJ interwoven; closely joined; connected, coherent (literary composition);

[CONTEXTUS, CONTEXTA, CONTEXTUM] : ADJ continuous, uninterrupted, unbroken; covered with a network (of rivers);

[CONTEXTUS, CONTEXTUS] : N ordered scheme, plan/course; structure/fabric; series, complex/whole of parts;

[CONTEXTUS, CONTEXTUS] : N weaving (action), joining/putting together; connection, coherence; continuity;

[CONTHEROLETA, CONTHEROLETAE] : N fellow destroyer of wild beasts;

[CONTICEO, CONTICERE,] : V be silent; keep quiet/still;

[CONTICEO] : to be silent.

[CONTICESCO, CONTICESCERE, CONTICUI] : V cease to talk, fall silent, lapse into silence; cease to function, become idle;

[CONTICINIUM, CONTICINI(I)] : N quiet/still of night; (immediately following nightfall and preceding dawn);

[CONTICINIUM] : first part of the night, evening.

[CONTICINNUM, CONTICINNI] : N quiet/still of night; (immediately following nightfall and preceding dawn);

[CONTICISCO, CONTICISCERE, CONTICUI] : V cease to talk, fall silent, lapse into silence; cease to function, become idle;

[CONTICIUM, CONTICI(I)] : N quiet/still of night; (immediately following nightfall and preceding dawn);

[CONTIFICIS, CONTIFICIS] : N spearmen (pl.), lancers;

[CONTIGER, CONTIGERI] : N lancer, spear-bearer;

[CONTIGNATIO, CONTIGNATIONIS] : N raftering; story, floor; joists and boards erected for roof/upper floor;

[CONTIGNO, CONTIGNARE, CONTIGNAVI, CONTIGNATUS] : V join/furnish with joists/beams; rafter, floor;

[CONTIGNUM, CONTIGNI] : N structure of beams; roast/meat with seven ribs;

[CONTIGO] : (with dat.), to happen, befall.

[CONTIGUE] : ADV closely; (w/sequor => follow at/on his heels);

[CONTIGUUS, CONTIGUA, CONTIGUUM] : ADJ touching, contiguous; side by side; closely connected; allied;

[CONTIGUUS, CONTIGUA, CONTIGUUM] : ADJ near, adjoining/adjacent/neighboring; bordering upon; within reach;

[CONTINENS, CONTINENTIS (GEN.), CONTINENTIOR -OR -US, CONTINENTISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ close (in time); linked; continuous, unbroken, uninterrupted; homogeneous;

[CONTINENS, CONTINENTIS (GEN.), CONTINENTIOR -OR -US, CONTINENTISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ bordering, adjacent, contiguous, next; immediately, without delay (w/in/ex);

[CONTINENS, CONTINENTIS] : N essential point, central argument, hinge, basis; suburbs (pl.), (outside walls);

[CONTINENS, CONTINENTIS] : N mainland; continent; forming part of a continuous mass;

[CONTINENS, CONTINENTIS (GEN.), CONTINENTIOR -OR -US, CONTINENTISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ temperate, moderate, nit indulging in excess; restrained, exhibiting restraint;

[CONTINENTER] : ADV unbroken/continuously/without pause, uninterruptedly; repeatedly/successively;

[CONTINENTER] : ADV in unbroken succession, in a row; w/self-restraint; temperately, moderately;

[CONTINENTIA, CONTINENTIAE] : N contents of a work; contiguity; proximity;

[CONTINENTIA, CONTINENTIAE] : N restraint/self-control/abstemiousness/holding back/repression (passion/appetite)

[CONTINEO CONTIGI, CONTECTUM] : border on / befall (good luck).

[CONTINEO CONTIGI, CONTECTUM] : border on/ befall (good luck).

[CONTINEO, CONTINERE, CONTINUI, CONTENTUS] : V keep/hold/hang together/fast; surround, enclose, contain, limit; concentrate;

[CONTINEO, CONTINERE, CONTINUI, CONTENTUS] : V secure, maintain, sustain; fasten/hold in position; retain, keep safe, preserve;

[CONTINEO, CONTINERE, CONTINUI, CONTENTUS] : V hinder, contain/shut in/confine; stay; restrain/hold back; comprise/form basis;

[CONTINEO] : hold together, keep together, connect, join.

[CONTINEO] : to hold, to keep togethere, to contian

[CONTINEO] : to hold back, restrain.

[CONTINEO] : to hold, to keep togethere, to contian.

[CONTINEO] : to keep in, surround, contain, confine, include.

[CONTINEO] : to touch, reach, grasp, affect, infect.

[CONTINGIT, CONTINGERE, CONTINGIT] : V it happens, it turns out; (perf) it came to pass;

[CONTINGO, CONTINGERE, CONTIGI, CONTACTUS] : V color/stain; lay hands on, appropriate; smite; affect emotionally, move/touch;

[CONTINGO, CONTINGERE, CONTIGI, CONTACTUS] : V touch; reach (to); border on, be connected with; affect, hit; take hold, seize;

[CONTINGO, CONTINGERE, CONTIGI, CONTACTUS] : V sprinkle, cover; wet, moisten; affect with a disease, infect; contaminate;

[CONTINGO, CONTINGERE, CONTIGI, CONTACTUS] : V to happen, befall, to turn out, come to pass, be granted to one; be produced;

[CONTINGO] : (contactum) to touch closely, happen to, befall.

[CONTINGO] : to concern, meet with, attain.

[CONTINGO] : to touch /(intransitive) to happen, befall, occur

[CONTINGO] : to touch/ (intransitive) to happen, befall, occur.

[CONTINOR, CONTINARI, -, CONTINATUS SUM] : V encounter, meet with;

[CONTINUANTER] : ADV continuously, uninterruptedly; in uninterrupted succession;

[CONTINUATE] : ADV continuously, uninterruptedly;

[CONTINUATIM] : ADV continuously, uninterruptedly;

[CONTINUATIO, CONTINUATIONIS] : N unbroken extent, continuous stretch; uninterrupted practice; period/sentence;

[CONTINUATIO, CONTINUATIONIS] : N continuation/succession/prolongation; continuity/interconnection; concatenation;

[CONTINUATIVUS, CONTINUATIVA, CONTINUATIVUM] : ADJ copulative, conjunctive, serving to connect the discourse;

[CONTINUATUS, CONTINUATA, CONTINUATUM] : ADJ uninterrupted, unbroken; consecutive ;contiguous/adjacent to;

[CONTINUE] : ADV continuously; without interruption;

[CONTINUITAS, CONTINUATATIS] : N prolongation, continuation, extension; being uninterrupted; connected series;

[CONTINUO, CONTINUARE, CONTINUAVI, CONTINUATUS] : V bridge (gap); extend/prolong/draw out/last/renew; keep on; do without pause;

[CONTINUO, CONTINUARE, CONTINUAVI, CONTINUATUS] : V make continuous (space/time); put in line, join (in succession), connect, unite;

[CONTINUO] : (adv.) immediately, at once.

[CONTINUO] : ADV immediately, forthwith, at once, without delay/intermission; continuously;

[CONTINUO] : ADV without further evidence/ado; (w/negative) necessarily, in consequence;

[CONTINUO] : forthwith, without delay.

[CONTINUO] : to join (together), to be after

[CONTINUO] : to join (together), to be after.

[CONTINUOR, CONTINUARI, -, CONTINUATUS SUM] : V encounter, meet with; join, unite oneself to/with (l+s);

[CONTINUUS, CONTINUA, CONTINUUM] : ADJ incessant/unremitting, constantly repeated/recurring; successive, next in line;

[CONTINUUS, CONTINUA, CONTINUUM] : ADJ continuous, connected/hanging together; uninterrupted; indivisible; lasting;

[CONTINUUS, CONTINUI] : N attendant, one who is always around;

[CONTINUUS] : connected together, continuous, uninterrupted.

[CONTINUUS] : uninterrupted, next.

[CONTIO, CONTIONIS] : N meeting/assembly; audience/speech; public opinion; parade addressed by general;

[CONTIONABUNDUS, CONTIONABUNDA, CONTIONABUNDUM] : ADJ delivering public speech/harangue; proposing something at public assembly (l+s);

[CONTIONALIS, CONTIONALIS, CONTIONALE] : ADJ belonging/proper to public assembly/meeting; (disparaging) devoted to meetings;

[CONTIONARIUS, CONTIONARIA, CONTIONARIUM] : ADJ belonging/proper to public assembly/meeting; (disparaging) devoted to meetings;

[CONTIONATOR, CONTIONATORIS] : N demagogue/agitator; haranguer of the people; one who addresses public meetings;

[CONTIONOR, CONTIONARI, -, CONTIONATUS SUM] : V address assembly, deliver public speech; preach/harangue; attend public meeting;

[CONTIRO, CONTIRONIS] : N fellow recruit;

[CONTIUNCULA, CONTIUNCULAE] : N small or negligible meeting; short harangue, trifling speech (l+s);

[CONTOGATUS, CONTOGATI] : N law-colleague;

[CONTOLLO, CONTOLLERE,] : V step up/go (to meet a person) (w/gradum); bring together (l+s);

[CONTONAT, CONTONARE, CONTONIT] : V it thunders violently/loudly/heavily;

[CONTOR, CONTARI, -, CUNCTATUS SUM] : V delay, impede, hold up; hesitate, tarry, linger; be slow to act; dawdle; doubt;

[CONTOR, CONTARI, -, CONTATUS SUM] : V inquire;

[CONTORQUEO, CONTORQUERE, CONTORSI, CONTORTUS] : V twist, make twisted/crooked; twirl/whirl, rotate/move in arc; brandish; fling;

[CONTORQUEO, CONTORQUERE, CONTORSI, CONTORTUS] : V stir up/agitate, make rough (sea); utter with vigor; turn about/sway (emotions);

[CONTORQUEO] : to twist.

[CONTORREO, CONTORRERE, CONTORRUI, CONTOSTUS] : V dry up entirely; parch, scorch;

[CONTORTE, CONTORTIUS, CONTORTISSIME] : ADV in an involved/contorted fashion; intricately; perplexedly (l+s);

[CONTORTIO, CONTORTIONIS] : N involving; intricacy/complication; (w/orationis) involved expression;

[CONTORTIO, CONTORTIONIS] : N action of twisting/whirling/flinging around, twirling/swinging; intertwining;

[CONTORTIPLICATUS, CONTORTIPLICATA, CONTORTIPLICATUM] : ADJ compounded in an involved fashion; entangled, complicated (l+s);

[CONTORTOR, CONTORTORIS] : N twister, one who perverts;

[CONTORTULUS, CONTORTULA, CONTORTULUM] : ADJ somewhat complicated/intricate;

[CONTORTUS, CONTORTA, CONTORTUM] : ADJ involved, intricate, obscure (discourse); tangled/complicated;

[CONTORTUS, CONTORTA, CONTORTUM] : ADJ brandished/hurled; vehement, energetic, strong, full of motion;

[CONTRA] : (+ acc.) against.

[CONTRA] : ADV against, opposite, opposed/hostile/contrary/in reply to; directly over/level;

[CONTRA] : ADV facing, face-to-face, in the eyes; towards/up to; across; in opposite direction;

[CONTRA] : ADV otherwise, differently; conversely; on the contrary; vice versa;

[CONTRA] : PREP against, facing, opposite; weighed against; as against; in resistance/reply to;

[CONTRA] : PREP contrary to, not in conformance with; the reverse of; otherwise than;

[CONTRA] : PREP towards/up to, in direction of; directly over/level with; to detriment of;

[CONTRABIUM, CONTRABII] : N framework of beams, flooring;

[CONTRACTABILIS, CONTRACTABILIS, CONTRACTABILE] : ADJ that may be felt/handled;

[CONTRACTABILITER] : ADV caressingly; so as just to be felt;

[CONTRACTE, CONTRACTIUS, CONTRACTISSIME] : ADV sparingly, economically, on a restricted/contracted scale;

[CONTRACTIO, CONTRACTIONIS] : N contraction; abridgement; clamp; compression/condensation (of speech/syllable);

[CONTRACTIUNCULA, CONTRACTIUNCULAE] : N slight (mental) depression (w/animi); dejection, sadness (l+s);

[CONTRACTO, CONTRACTARE, CONTRACTAVI, CONTRACTATUS] : V handle amorously, caress/fondle; have sex with; deal with/handle/apply oneself;

[CONTRACTO, CONTRACTARE, CONTRACTAVI, CONTRACTATUS] : V touch repeatedly, handle, finger; feel; handle unlawfully (theft/embezzlement);

[CONTRACTOR, CONTRACTORIS] : N contractor, one who makes a contract;

[CONTRACTORIUM, CONTRACTORII] : N lace; string;

[CONTRACTURA, CONTRACTURAE] : N contracture, narrowing of columns towards the top, tapering;

[CONTRACTUS, CONTRACTUS] : N shrinking/narrowing; undertaking; legal/commercial agreement/contract;

[CONTRACTUS, CONTRACTA, CONTRACTUM] : ADJ close/narrow/restricted/pinched; short (time); abridged, terse; restrained;

[CONTRACTUS, CONTRACTA, CONTRACTUM] : ADJ violated; dishonored; touched carnally; stolen, purloined, taken by stealth;

[CONTRADICIBILIS, CONTRADICIBILIS, CONTRADICIBILE] : ADJ that may be contracted or spoken against;

[CONTRADICO, CONTRADICERE, CONTRADIXI, CONTRADICTUS] : V gainsay/contradict; speak against/speak for adversary, oppose/object to/contest;

[CONTRADICO] : to speak against, oppose verbally, gainsay.

[CONTRADICO] : to speak against, oppose verbally, gainsay

[CONTRADICTIO, CONTRADICTIONIS] : N objection; contradiction; opposition; argument against, counter-argument; reply;

[CONTRADICTIO] : a speaking against, contradiction.

[CONTRADICTIO] : contradiction, opposition.

[CONTRADICTIO] : objection.

[CONTRADICTOR, CONTRADICTORIS] : N opponent, one who replies/objects;

[CONTRADICTORIUS, CONTRADICTORIA, CONTRADICTORIUM] : ADJ containing an objection/contradiction;

[CONTRADO, CONTRADERE, CONTRADIDI, CONTRADITUS] : V deliver together/wholly;

[CONTRADO] : to deliver together, or wholly.

[CONTRAEO, CONTRAIRE, CONTRAIVI(II), CONTRAITUS] : V go against, oppose; make resistance; (w/dat);

[CONTRAFACTIO, CONTRAFACTIONIS] : N setting in opposition, contrast;

[CONTRAHO, CONTRAHERE, CONTRAXI, CONTRACTUS] : V enter into/upon relationship/agreement/business/marriage/loan/battle, deal with;

[CONTRAHO, CONTRAHERE, CONTRAXI, CONTRACTUS] : V sadden/depress; diminish/contract/tighten; cause/provoke (disease/war); commit;

[CONTRAHO, CONTRAHERE, CONTRAXI, CONTRACTUS] : V bring/draw together/in, assemble, collect/gather; unite in friendship/alliance;

[CONTRAHO] : to conclude (an agreement)/ to reduce, contract, constrict

[CONTRAHO] : to conclude (an agreement)/ to reduce, contract, constrict.

[CONTRAHO] : to gather together, assemble, draw up, unite

[CONTRAHO] : to gather together, assemble, draw up, unite.

[CONTRAJURIS, CONTRAJURIS, CONTRAJURE] : ADJ unlawful, illegal, contrary to law;

[CONTRAPONO, CONTRAPONERE, CONTRAPOSUI, CONTRAPOSITUS] : V put/place/set/station against/opposite; place in opposition;

[CONTRAPOSITUM, CONTRAPOSITI] : N antithesis;

[CONTRARIA CONTRARIIS CURANTUR. ] : PHRASE the opposite is cured with the opposite.

[CONTRARIE] : ADV in opposite directions; in opposition (to what was said/written); contrariwise;

[CONTRARIETAS, CONTRARIETATIS] : N contrast, opposite; opposition, contrarity; misfortune, evil;

[CONTRARIUM, CONTRARII] : N opposite (quantity), reverse, contrary (fact/argument); argument from contraries

[CONTRARIUM, CONTRARII] : N opposite direction; antithesis; contrast; (ex ~ => on the contrary/other hand);

[CONTRARIUS, CONTRARIA, CONTRARIUM] : ADJ incompatible; reversed, inverted; reciprocal, mutual; counterbalancing;

[CONTRARIUS, CONTRARII] : N opponent, adversary; antagonist;

[CONTRARIUS, CONTRARIA, CONTRARIUM] : ADJ opposite, contrary, in contradiction; antithetical; opposed, hostile, adverse;

[CONTRARIUS] : contrary, opposed.

[CONTRARIUS] : contrary, opposed

[CONTRASCRIBA, CONTRASCRIBAE] : N checking-clerk; counter-signer (l+s); comptroller;

[CONTRASCRIBO, CONTRASCRIBERE, CONTRASCRIPSI, CONTRASCRIPTUS] : V counter-sign;

[CONTRASCRIPTOR, CONTRASCRIPTORIS] : N checking-clerk; counter-signer (l+s); comptroller;

[CONTRATE, CONTRATIS] : N gladiator matched against the retiarius (net);

[CONTRAVENIO, CONTRAVENIRE, CONTRAVENI, CONTRAVENTUS] : V oppose;

[CONTRAVERSIA, CONTRAVERSIAE] : N controversy/dispute; debate; moot case debated in school, forensic exercise;

[CONTRAVERSIM] : ADV in reverse (as in a mirror);

[CONTRAVERSUM] : ADV on the contrary, on the other hand;

[CONTRAVERSUS, CONTRAVERSA, CONTRAVERSUM] : ADJ turned opposite; lying over against;

[CONTRECTABILIS, CONTRECTABILIS, CONTRECTABILE] : ADJ that may be felt/handled;

[CONTRECTABILITER] : ADV caressingly; so as just to be felt;

[CONTRECTATIO, CONTRECTATIONIS] : N touching/handling (action); fondling/caressing; handling with felonious intent;

[CONTRECTATOR, CONTRECTATORIS] : N thief; (who touches/handles with felonious intent, theft/embezzlement);

[CONTRECTO, CONTRECTARE, CONTRECTAVI, CONTRECTATUS] : V touch repeatedly, handle, finger; feel; handle unlawfully (theft/embezzlement);

[CONTRECTO, CONTRECTARE, CONTRECTAVI, CONTRECTATUS] : V handle amorously, caress/fondle; have sex with; deal with/handle/apply oneself;

[CONTRECTO] : to touch, handle, feel.

[CONTRECTO] : to touch, handle, feel

[CONTRECTUS, CONTRECTA, CONTRECTUM] : ADJ violated; dishonored; touched carnally; stolen, purloined, taken by stealth;

[CONTREMESCO, CONTREMESCERE, CONTREMUI] : V tremble all over; shake (violently), quake; tremble at/with fear, be afraid of;

[CONTREMISCO, CONTREMISCERE, CONTREMUI] : V tremble all over; shake (violently), quake; tremble at/with fear, be afraid of;

[CONTREMISCO] : to tremble, shake, quake / be afraid of

[CONTREMISCO] : to tremble, shake, quake/ be afraid of.

[CONTREMO, CONTREMERE,] : V tremble/shake violently; quake;

[CONTREMO] : to tremble, shake.

[CONTREMO] : to tremble, shake

[CONTREMULUS, CONTREMULA, CONTREMULUM] : ADJ tremulous, shimmering; trembling/shaking violently (l+s);

[CONTREO, CONTRIRE, CONTRIVI(II), CONTRITUS] : V destroy, crush; go against;

[CONTRIBUL, CONTRIBULIS] : N fellow tribesman, member of the same tribe; one from the same region;

[CONTRIBULATIO, CONTRIBULATIONIS] : N anguish;

[CONTRIBULIS, CONTRIBULIS, CONTRIBULE] : ADJ from the same tribe/region;

[CONTRIBULIS, CONTRIBULIS] : N one from the same tribe/region;

[CONTRIBULO, CONTRIBULARE, CONTRIBULAVI, CONTRIBULATUS] : V crush, bruise; afflict much, crush;

[CONTRIBUO, CONTRIBUERE, CONTRIBUI, CONTRIBUTUS] : V unite/incorporate, join/attach (to state); assign/allot; contribute/give, share;

[CONTRIBUTIO, CONTRIBUTIONIS] : N payment, contribution; dividing/distributing, distribution (l+s);

[CONTRICIO] : crushing, contrition.

[CONTRICO, CONTRICARE, CONTRICAVI, CONTRICATUS] : V fritter away, waste;

[CONTRIO, CONTRIRE,] : V wear down;

[CONTRISTATIO, CONTRISTATIONIS] : N grief; affliction, afflicting;

[CONTRISTO, CONTRISTARE, CONTRISTAVI, CONTRISTATUS] : V sadden, make gloomy, depress, discourage; afflict, sap, damage (crops); darken;

[CONTRISTO] : to make sad or gloomy

[CONTRISTO] : to make sad or gloomy.

[CONTRISTO] : to sadden, afflict, damage (of crops).

[CONTRITIO, CONTRITIONIS] : N grief, dismay, despondency; grinding (l+s);

[CONTRITUS, CONTRITA, CONTRITUM] : ADJ trite, hackneyed, worn out; common (l+s);

[CONTRITUS, CONTRITA, CONTRITUM] : ADJ contrite; penitent;

[CONTROVERSIA, CONTROVERSIAE] : N controversy/dispute; debate; moot case debated in school, forensic exercise;

[CONTROVERSIA, CONTROVERSIAE] : N turning against; (turning of water against (w/aqua) (undermining land));

[CONTROVERSIALIS, CONTROVERSIALIS, CONTROVERSIALE] : ADJ controversial; pertaining to controversy;

[CONTROVERSIOLA, CONTROVERSIOLAE] : N little/minor controversy;

[CONTROVERSIOSUS, CONTROVERSIOSA, CONTROVERSIOSUM] : ADJ much disputed, debatable; very much controverted/contested (l+s);

[CONTROVERSOR, CONTROVERSARI, -, CONTROVERSATUS SUM] : V dispute; (used by cicero as translation of greek); be at variance (l+s);

[CONTROVERSUM, CONTROVERSI] : N controversial/debatable/disputed/questionable/doubtful points (pl.);

[CONTROVERSUS, CONTROVERSA, CONTROVERSUM] : ADJ controversial/debatable/disputed; turned against, in opposite direction (l+s);

[CONTROVERSUS] : ADV in opposite directions;

[CONTRUCIDO, CONTRUCIDARE, CONTRUCIDAVI, CONTRUCIDATUS] : V slaughter/butcher; cut/hew down/about; cut to/in pieces;

[CONTRUCIDO, CONTRUCIDARE, CONTRUCIDAVI, CONTRUCIDATUS] : V inflict many wounds on, kill large numbers; slay (l+s); put to the sword;

[CONTRUDO, CONTRUDERE, CONTRUSI, CONTRUSUS] : V thrust/crowd (together), impel; thrust/press/push in (to receptacle), cram/stow;

[CONTRUNCO, CONTRUNCARE, CONTRUNCAVI, CONTRUNCATUS] : V hack/cut down/to pieces; gobble up, dispatch (food);

[CONTUBERNALIS, CONTUBERNALIS] : N tent mate, comrade-in-arms; staff trainee; companion; colleague; slave's mate;

[CONTUBERNIUM, CONTUBERNI(I)] : N companionship in a tent; band/brotherhood; shared war tent; apartment/lodging;

[CONTUBERNIUM, CONTUBERNI(I)] : N cohabitation, concubinage (with/between slaves); attendance on a general;

[CONTUBERNIUM] : band of armed retainers.

[CONTUBERNIUS, CONTUBERNII] : N tent mate, comrade-in-arms; staff trainee; companion; colleague; slave's mate;

[CONTUEOR, CONTUERI, -, CONTUITUS SUM] : V look at/gaze on/behold; see to; be in sight of, have view of; contemplate/weigh;

[CONTUITUS, CONTUITUS] : N contemplation; gaze; attentive looking at (l+s); view/sight; (~u => in view of);

[CONTUMACIA, CONTUMACIAE] : N stubbornness/obstinacy; proud/defiant behavior; disobedience to judicial order;

[CONTUMACIA] : arrogance.

[CONTUMACITER, CONTUMACIUS, CONTUMACISSIME] : ADV stubbornly, obstinately; defiantly;

[CONTUMAX, CONTUMACIS (GEN.), CONTUMACIOR -OR -US, CONTUMACISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ proud/unyielding/stubborn/defiant; (usu. bad); insolent/stiff-necked/obstinate;

[CONTUMAX, CONTUMACIS (GEN.), CONTUMACIOR -OR -US, CONTUMACISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ willfully disobedient to decree/summons; not yielding, immovable (things);

[CONTUMAX] : insolent.

[CONTUMELIA, CONTUMELIAE] : N indignity, affront, abuse/insult; insulting language/behavior; rough treatment;

[CONTUMELIA] : blow.

[CONTUMELIO, CONTUMELIARE, CONTUMELIAVI, CONTUMELIATUS] : V insult; treat outrageously;

[CONTUMELIOSE, CONTUMELIOSIUS, CONTUMELIOSISSIME] : ADV in an insulting manner; abusively, insolently (l+s);

[CONTUMELIOSE] : insolently.

[CONTUMELIOSUS, CONTUMELIOSA -UM, CONTUMELIOSIOR -OR -US, CONTUMELIOSISSIMUS -A -U] : ADJ insulting, outrageous, humiliating; rude, insolent, abusive; reproachful (l+s);

[CONTUMESCO, CONTUMESCERE, CONTUMI] : V swell greatly;

[CONTUMIA, CONTUMIAE] : N indignity, affront, abuse/insult; insulting language/behavior; rough treatment;

[CONTUMULO, CONTUMULARE, CONTUMULAVI, CONTUMULATUS] : V bury, inter; heap together; heap up like a mound (l+s); furnish with a mound;

[CONTUNDO, CONTUNDERE, CONTUDI, CONTUSUS] : V quell/crush/outdo/subdue utterly; bruise/beat; pound to pieces/powder/pulp;

[CONTUNDO] : to pound.

[CONTUO, CONTUERE,] : V look at/gaze on/behold; see to; be in sight of, have view of; contemplate/weigh;

[CONTUOLUS, CONTUOLA, CONTUOLUM] : ADJ surrounded by a partial closing of the eyelid (eyes w/oculi);

[CONTUOR, CONTUI,] : V look at/gaze on/behold; see to; be in sight of, have view of; contemplate/weigh;

[CONTURBATIO, CONTURBATIONIS] : N disorder (physical/mental/emotional); perturbation, dismay, confusion, panic;

[CONTURBATOR, (GEN.), CONTURBATORIS] : ADJ leading to bankruptcy, ruinous, expensive, costly;

[CONTURBATOR, CONTURBATORIS] : N disturber; who/that which brings/spreads disorder/ruin; bankrupt;

[CONTURBATUS, CONTURBATA -UM, CONTURBATIOR -OR -US, CONTURBATISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ disturbed, perplexed, disquieted, confused; disordered, diseased (l+s);

[CONTURBO, CONTURBARE, CONTURBAVI, CONTURBATUS] : V confuse, disquiet/confound/derange/dismay, upset/mix up; go bankrupt, default;

[CONTURBO] : to confuse, scatter, throw into confusion, distress.

[CONTURBO] : to derange.

[CONTURMAL, CONTURMALIS] : N fellow soldier from the same turma/squadron (small unit of cavalry);

[CONTURMO, CONTURMARE, CONTURMAVI, CONTURMATUS] : V arrange in turmae/squadrons (cavalry);

[CONTUS, CONTI] : N long pole esp. used on ship); lance, pike;

[CONTUSIO, CONTUSIONIS] : N bruising; bruise, contusion; crushing, battering (l+s);

[CONTUSUM, CONTUSI] : N bruise, contusion;

[CONTUTOR, CONTUTARI, -, CONTUTATUS SUM] : V place in safety;

[CONTUTOR, CONTUTORIS] : N joint guardian;

[CONTUTUS, CONTUTUS] : N contemplation; gaze; attentive looking at (l+s); view/sight; (~u => in view of);

[CONUBIALIS, CONUBIALIS, CONUBIALE] : ADJ of/belonging to marriage/wedlock (or a specific marriage), conjugal/connubial;

[CONUBIUM, CONUBI(I)] : N marriage/wedlock; right to marry; act/ceremony of marriage (usu. pl.);

[CONUBIUM, CONUBI(I)] : N married partner/husband/wife; sexual union; ingrafting (plants);

[CONUBIUM, CONUBI(I)] : N intermarriage between two groups of people/instance of it; right to intermarry;

[CONULA, CONULAE] : N plant (of genus satureia, savory); (also called conila and origanum l+s);

[CONUS, CONI] : N cone, conical figure/shape; apex of a helmet; form of a sundial; pine cone;

[CONVADOR, CONVADARI, -, CONVADUS SUM] : V make a person give surety/bail to appear in court;

[CONVALESCENS, CONVALESCENTIS] : N convalescents (pl.), those convalescing/regaining health;

[CONVALESCENTIA, CONVALESCENTIAE] : N convalescence, regaining of health;

[CONVALESCO, CONVALESCERE, CONVALUI] : V grow strong/thrive/gain in power; regain strength, recover (illness)/get better;

[CONVALESCO, CONVALESCERE, CONVALUI] : V become valid; (legal term);

[CONVALESCO] : to grow strong, gain strength.

[CONVALLIS, CONVALLIS] : N valley (much shut in), ravine, deep/narrow/enclosed valley, glen; (also pl.);

[CONVALLO, CONVALLARE, CONVALLAVI, CONVALLATUS] : V surround with a rampart/entrenchment; hedge in; encircle, surround (l+s);

[CONVARIO, CONVARIARE, CONVARIAVI, CONVARIATUS] : V vary, be different;

[CONVARIO, CONVARIARE, CONVARIAVI, CONVARIATUS] : V spot, variegate;

[CONVASO, CONVASARE, CONVASAVI, CONVASATUS] : V pack up (baggage); pack vessels/implements together (l+s); pile up;

[CONVECTIO, CONVECTIONIS] : N carrying/bringing together;

[CONVECTO, CONVECTARE, CONVECTAVI, CONVECTATUS] : V carry/bring together (in abundance); gather, collect;

[CONVECTOR, CONVECTORIS] : N gatherer; collector; one who brings together; (title of grain harvest god);

[CONVECTOR, CONVECTORIS] : N fellow traveler/passenger; he who goes with one (l+s);

[CONVEHO, CONVEHERE, CONVEXI, CONVECTUS] : V bring/carry/bear together/to one place; collect, gather; get in (harvest) (l+s);

[CONVELLO, CONVELLERE, CONVELLI, CONVULSUS] : V shatter, batter, convulse, shake violently; heave up, set in motion; overthrow;

[CONVELLO, CONVELLERE, CONVELLI, CONVULSUS] : V pull/pluck/tug/tear up/at dislodge, uproot; wrench, strain, dislocate (limbs);

[CONVELLO] : to shatter.

[CONVELO, CONVELARE, CONVELAVI, CONVELATUS] : V cover (over), veil; wrap around;

[CONVENA, CONVENAE] : N refugees (pl.), immigrants; those together for some purpose (asylum); tramps;

[CONVENIENS, CONVENIENTIS (GEN.), CONVENIENTIOR -OR -US, CONVENIENTISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ fitting; appropriate; comfortable; internally consistent, harmonious;

[CONVENIENS, CONVENIENTIS (GEN.), CONVENIENTIOR -OR -US, CONVENIENTISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ agreed, conventional, based on agreement; agreeable, compliant;

[CONVENIENS] : agreeing, accordant.

[CONVENIENTER] : ADV suitably, consistently; comfortably; conformably (l+s);

[CONVENIENTER] : consistently.

[CONVENIENTIA, CONVENIENTIAE] : N agreement (things), consistency; harmony (music); arrangement; convention;

[CONVENIO, CONVENIRE, CONVENI, CONVENTUS] : V resort to; sue, prosecute, take legal action; be agreed upon/arranged (pass);

[CONVENIO, CONVENIRE, CONVENI, CONVENTUS] : V meet/assemble; go to meet; come together; (have sex); converge; visit/approach;

[CONVENIO, CONVENIRE, CONVENI, CONVENTUS] : V be appropriate to, fit, be correctly shaped/consistent; harmonize, agree, tally;

[CONVENIO] : to address, speak to, visit/ agree with

[CONVENIO] : to join together, come together, assemble, meet.

[CONVENIT, CONVENIRE, CONVENIIT] : V it agrees/came together/is agreed/asserted; (bene ~ nobis=>we are on good terms)

[CONVENIT] : it is agreed upon, it is decided.

[CONVENTICIUM, CONVENTICI(I)] : N fee paid to attend an assembly; (paid to poor greek citizens as inducement l+s);

[CONVENTICIUS, CONVENTICIA, CONVENTICIUM] : ADJ pertaining to coming together or intercourse; coming from various quarters;

[CONVENTICIUS, CONVENTICIA, CONVENTICIUM] : ADJ met by chance;

[CONVENTICULUM, CONVENTICULI] : N small assembly; place of assembly/resort; assembly, meeting, association (l+s);

[CONVENTIO, CONVENTIONIS] : N assembly of the people; (in manum ~o => wife passing into control of husband);

[CONVENTIO, CONVENTIONIS] : N assembly/meeting; suing/prosecuting a defendant; agreement, compact, covenant;

[CONVENTIO] : covenant, assembly.

[CONVENTIONALIS, CONVENTIONALIS, CONVENTIONALE] : ADJ based on an agreement; of/pertaining to agreement/compact (l+s); conventional;

[CONVENTITIUM, CONVENTITI(I)] : N fee paid to attend an assembly; (paid to poor greek citizens as inducement l+s);

[CONVENTITIUS, CONVENTITIA, CONVENTITIUM] : ADJ pertaining to coming together or intercourse; coming from various quarters;

[CONVENTIUNCULA, CONVENTIUNCULAE] : N small assembly;

[CONVENTUM, CONVENTI] : N agreement, compact, covenant; convention, accord (l+s);

[CONVENTUM] : agreement, pact, covenant,

[CONVENTUS, CONVENTUS] : N agreement, covenant; coming together; conjunction (astrology); roman district;

[CONVENTUS, CONVENTUS] : N convent, monastery;

[CONVENTUS, CONVENTUS] : N gathering, meeting; assembly, people in assembly; provincial court, 'assize';

[CONVENTUS] : assembly.

[CONVENTUS] : coming tohether, assembly, union, congress.

[CONVENUS, CONVENA, CONVENUM] : ADJ coming together for some purpose; (strangers); meeting;

[CONVENUSTO, CONVENUSTARE, CONVENUSTAVI, CONVENUSTATUS] : V ornament, adorn;

[CONVERBERO, CONVERBERARE, CONVERBERAVI, CONVERBERATUS] : V beat, batter; bruise; strike severely (l+s); chastise;

[CONVERGO, CONVERGERE,] : V incline together;

[CONVERRITOR, CONVERRITORIS] : N sweeper; one who sweeps up/together; (janitor?);

[CONVERRO, CONVERRERE, CONVERRI, CONVERSUS] : V sweep/brush/scrape together/thoroughly/up; sweep/beat clean; clear away (l+s);

[CONVERSATIO, CONVERSATIONIS] : N way/manner of life, conduct/behavior; monastic life; frequent resorting (place);

[CONVERSATIO, CONVERSATIONIS] : N familiar intercourse/intimacy (w/person); acquaintance; (habitual) association;

[CONVERSATIO, CONVERSATIONIS] : N turning around; moving in place; constant practical experience; frequent use;

[CONVERSATIO] : frequent abode in a place.

[CONVERSATIO] : way, manner of life/ monastic life.

[CONVERSATIO] : way, manner of life / monastic life.

[CONVERSATOR, CONVERSATORIS] : N companion;

[CONVERSIBILIS, CONVERSIBILIS, CONVERSIBILE] : ADJ changeable;

[CONVERSIBILITER] : ADV changeably;

[CONVERSIO, CONVERSIONIS] : N turning upside down, inversion, transposition; prolapse; paraphrase/rewrite;

[CONVERSIO, CONVERSIONIS] : N rotation/revolution/turning in complete circle; cycle (time); partial turn;

[CONVERSIO, CONVERSIONIS] : N change/alteration; political change/upheaval; countering w/opposite conclusion;

[CONVERSIUNCULA, CONVERSIUNCULAE] : N slight change/alteration;

[CONVERSO, CONVERSARE, CONVERSAVI, CONVERSATUS] : V turn, turn over in the mind, ponder; turn around (l+s);

[CONVERSO] : to abide.

[CONVERSOM] : ADV conversely;

[CONVERSOR, CONVERSARI, -, CONVERSATUS SUM] : V consort/associate (with); be constant visitor (to); conduct oneself, behave/act;

[CONVERSOR, CONVERSARI, -, CONVERSATUS SUM] : V abide, live, dwell (somewhere); keep company with; live with; pass one's life;

[CONVERSUS, CONVERSA, CONVERSUM] : ADJ upside down; inverted; turned backward; recurved; facing in a specified directio

[CONVERSUS, CONVERSUS] : N turning, twisting around;

[CONVERTIBILIS, CONVERTIBILIS, CONVERTIBILE] : ADJ changeable;

[CONVERTIBILITER] : ADV changeably;

[CONVERTO, CONVERTERE, CONVERTI, CONVERSUS] : V cause to turn/revolve, rotate; turn/wheel about; reverse; shift/transfer;

[CONVERTO, CONVERTERE, CONVERTI, CONVERSUS] : V turn backwards, recoil; retort; drive back, repulse; direct (course/attention);

[CONVERTO, CONVERTERE, CONVERTI, CONVERSUS] : V translate; modify, adapt; change/alter/transform; convert (to cash), pay over;

[CONVERTO, CONVERTERE, CONVERTI, CONVERSUS] : V turn upside down/side-to-side; invert/transpose/convulse; turn over (soil)/dig;

[CONVERTO] : to convert

[CONVERTO] : to convert.

[CONVERTO] : to transform.

[CONVERTO] : to turn around, cause to turn/ to adopt the monastic life.

[CONVERTO] : to turn around, cause to turn / to adopt the monastic life.

[CONVESCOR, CONVESCI,] : V eat with one; (eccl.);

[CONVESTIO, CONVESTIRE, CONVESTIVI, CONVESTITUS] : V clothe, dress; cover; cover with clothing (l+s); surround;

[CONVETERANUS, CONVETERANI] : N fellow veteran;

[CONVEXIO, CONVEXIONIS] : N convexity; curvature; vaulting (l+s); concavity;

[CONVEXITAS, CONVEXITATIS] : N arched formation, vaulting, curvature; concavity, hollowness; convexity (l+s);

[CONVEXO, CONVEXARE, CONVEXAVI, CONVEXATUS] : V jostle, push against; press/squeeze together (l+s);

[CONVEXUM, CONVEXI] : N arch, vault; dome; dome of the sky; concavity (l+s); (usu. pl.);

[CONVEXUS, CONVEXA, CONVEXUM] : ADJ arching/arched, vaulted, convex; well-rounded; (~ in => set in a curve round);

[CONVEXUS, CONVEXA, CONVEXUM] : ADJ inclined, sloping downwards; concave;

[CONVIBRO, CONVIBRARE, CONVIBRAVI, CONVIBRATUS] : V move rapidly, flash; set in rapid motion; move something quickly/rapidly;

[CONVICIATOR, CONVICIATORIS] : N one who utters abuse, reviler;

[CONVICIOLUM, CONVICIOLI] : N slight reproach; taunt;

[CONVICIOR, CONVICIARI, -, CONVICIATUS SUM] : V scold, jeer, revile, utter abuse against; reproach, taunt, rail at (l+s);

[CONVICIUM, CONVICI(I)] : N noise (angry), chatter/outcry/clamor/bawling; noise source; noisy importuning;

[CONVICIUM, CONVICI(I)] : N reprimand/reproach/reproof; abuse/jeers/mockery/insults; object of shame;

[CONVICTIO, CONVICTIONIS] : N companionship, intimacy; living with a person; social intercourse; companion;

[CONVICTIO, CONVICTIONIS] : N demonstration, proof;

[CONVICTOR, CONVICTORIS] : N messmate, friend, companion; one who lives with a person on intimate terms;

[CONVICTUS, CONVICTUS] : N intimacy; association; living together; close friends; banquet, dinner party;

[CONVICUS, CONVICI] : N inhabitant of the same vicus (village/street/row of houses); fellow villager;

[CONVINCO, CONVINCERE, CONVICI, CONVICTUS] : V conquer, establish; convince; overcome, demonstrate, prove clearly; grant;

[CONVINCO, CONVINCERE, CONVICI, CONVICTUS] : V find guilty/against, convict; prove wrong, refute (person/statement); expose;

[CONVINCO] : to overcome, to demonstrate

[CONVINCO] : to overcome, conquer.

[CONVINCO] : to overcome, to demonstrate.

[CONVINCTIO, CONVINCTIONIS] : N conjunction, connective particle;

[CONVIOLO, CONVIOLARE, CONVIOLAVI, CONVIOLATUS] : V violate, desecrate (a tomb/etc.);

[CONVIRESCO, CONVIRESCERE,] : V grow green, become verdant;

[CONVISERO, CONVISERARE, CONVISERAVI, CONVISERATUS] : V incorporate, unite;

[CONVISO, CONVISERE, CONVISI, CONVISUS] : V watch/look at/scan; visit, go to see; consider attentively, examine thoroughly (

[CONVITIATOR, CONVITIATORIS] : N one who utters abuse, reviler;

[CONVITIO, CONVITIARE, CONVITIAVI, CONVITIATUS] : V attack/injure at some later time;

[CONVITIUM, CONVITI(I)] : N reprimand/reproach/reproof; abuse/jeers/mockery/insults; object of shame;

[CONVITIUM, CONVITI(I)] : N noise (angry), chatter/outcry/clamor/bawling; noise source; noisy importuning;

[CONVIVA, CONVIVAE] : N guest, table companion; (literally one who lives with another);

[CONVIVALIS, CONVIVALIS, CONVIVALE] : ADJ convivial, festal, party; of/proper to a feast/dinner party;

[CONVIVATOR, CONVIVATORIS] : N host; one who gives a dinner party/entertainment; master of feast (l+s);

[CONVIVIFICO, CONVIVIFICARE, CONVIVIFICAVI, CONVIVIFICATUS] : V quicken together; revive, give/restore life together (physical/spiritual);

[CONVIVIUM, CONVIVI(I)] : N banquet/feast/dinner party; guests/people at party; dining-club; living together

[CONVIVO, CONVIVARE, CONVIVAVI, CONVIVATUS] : V give/attend dinner party/banquet; carouse; eat/feast together (l+s); live with;

[CONVIVO, CONVIVERE, CONVIXI, CONVICTUS] : V live at same time, be contemporary; spend time in company; live/dine together;

[CONVIVOR, CONVIVARI, -, CONVIVATUS SUM] : V give/attend a dinner party/feast; carouse/feast/banquet together (l+s); eat;

[CONVOCATIO, CONVOCATIONIS] : N assembling, convoking, action of calling together;

[CONVOCO, CONVOCARE, CONVOCAVI, CONVOCATUS] : V call/bring together; assemble; convoke/convene; summon/muster; collect (thing);

[CONVOCO] : to call together, convene.

[CONVOLNERO, CONVOLNERARE, CONVOLNERAVI, CONVOLNERATUS] : V wound/inflict severe wounds (person/body part); cut; bore, perforate (pipe);

[CONVOLO, CONVOLARE, CONVOLAVI, CONVOLATUS] : V fly/flock together; run together; assemble rapidly; have recourse to (w/ad);

[CONVOLSIO, CONVOLSIONIS] : N dislocation, violent displacement of body part; cramp, convulsion (l+s);

[CONVOLSUM, CONVOLSI] : N dislocations (pl.); wrenches;

[CONVOLSUS, CONVOLSA, CONVOLSUM] : ADJ suffering from wrenching/dislocation of a limb;

[CONVOLUTO, CONVOLUTARE, -, CONVOLUTATUS] : V revolve; whirl around; wallow in vice;

[CONVOLUTO, CONVOLUTARE, CONVOLUTAVI, CONVOLUTATUS] : V whirl/roll around rapidly?;

[CONVOLVO, CONVOLVERE, CONVOLVI, CONVOLUTUS] : V fasten together, interweave, interlace; unroll and roll up (scroll), look up;

[CONVOLVO, CONVOLVERE, CONVOLVI, CONVOLUTUS] : V roll/whirl together/round; carry/sweep away; roll up/coil/twist; enfold; writhe;

[CONVOLVOLUS, CONVOLVOLI] : N caterpillar which rolls up leaves; plant bindweed (calystegia sepium);

[CONVOMO, CONVOMERE, CONVOMUI, CONVOMITUS] : V vomit over/on; bespew upon (l+s);

[CONVORO, CONVORARE, CONVORAVI, CONVORATUS] : V eat up, devour;

[CONVORRO, CONVORRERE, CONVORRI, CONVORSUS] : V sweep/brush/scrape together/thoroughly/up; sweep/beat clean; clear away (l+s);

[CONVOTUS, CONVOTI] : N binding vow; legal oath;

[CONVOVEO, CONVOVERE, CONVOVI, CONVOTUS] : V join in taking a vow/oath; devour together (l+s)?;

[CONVULNERO, CONVULNERARE, CONVULNERAVI, CONVULNERATUS] : V inflict severe wounds (on person/part of body); cut; bore, perforate (pipe);

[CONVULSIO, CONVULSIONIS] : N dislocation, violent displacement of body part; cramp, convulsion (l+s);

[CONVULSUM, CONVULSI] : N dislocations (pl.); wrenches;

[CONVULSUS, CONVULSA, CONVULSUM] : ADJ suffering from wrenching/dislocation of a limb;

[CONVULSUS] : shattered.

[CONYZA, CONYZAE] : N strong-smelling composite plant (inula viscosa and related species); fleabane;

[COODIBILIS, COODIBILIS, COODIBILE] : ADJ exceedingly/extremely hateful, detestable;

[COOPERATIO, COOPERATIONIS] : N co-operation; joint operation;

[COOPERATOR, COOPERATORIS] : N joint-laborer, co-operator;

[COOPERCULUM, COOPERCULI] : N lid/cover (of a jar/coffin/etc.);

[COOPERIMENTUM, COOPERIMENTI] : N covering;

[COOPERIO, COOPERIRE, COOPERUI, COOPERTUS] : V cover wholly/completely, cover up; overwhelm, bury deep; (lapidibus ~ => stone);

[COOPERIO] : covered wholly.

[COOPEROR, COOPERARI, -, COOPERATUS SUM] : V work with/together, cooperate (with); combine, unite;

[COOPERTORIUM, COOPERTORI(I)] : N covering, garment; cover (l+s);

[COOPERTUS, COOPERTA, COOPERTUM] : ADJ overwhelmed, buried deep (in crime/misfortune/etc.);

[COOPTATIO, COOPTATIONIS] : N co-option (into office or body); adoption; election, choice (l+s); confirmation;

[COOPTO, COOPTARE, COOPTAVI, COOPTATUS] : V choose (a colleague in office), elect; co-opt, admit;

[COORIOR, COORIRI, -, COORTUS SUM] : V appear, originate; arise, break out (bad); be born; spring forth/to attack;

[COORTUS, COORTUS] : N coming into being, birth; breaking out (storm); rising, originating (l+s);

[COPA, COPAE] : N dancing-girl; female tavern-keeper and castanet-dancer (l+s);

[COPADIUM, COPADII] : N delicacy, tidbit; (usu. pl.) delicacies; dainty dishes, tidbits (l+s);

[COPERCULUM, COPERCULI] : N lid/cover (of a jar/coffin/etc.);

[COPERIMENTUM, COPERIMENTI] : N covering;

[COPERIO, COPERIRE, COPERUI, COPERTUS] : V cover wholly/completely, cover up; overwhelm, bury deep; (lapidibus ~ => stone);

[COPEROR, COPERARI, -, COPERATUS SUM] : V work with/together, cooperate (with); combine, unite;

[COPERTORIUM, COPERTORI(I)] : N covering, garment; cover (l+s);

[COPERTUS, COPERTA, COPERTUM] : ADJ overwhelmed, buried deep (in crime/misfortune/etc.);

[COPH, UNDECLINED] : N qof; (19th letter of hebrew alphabet); (transliterate as k);

[COPHINUS, COPHINI] : N basket, hamper;

[COPIA CORNU] : fruitful and abundant supply.

[COPIA, COPIAE] : N plenty, abundance, supply; troops (pl.), supplies; forces; resources; wealth;

[COPIA, COPIAE] : N number/amount/quantity; sum/whole amount; means, opportunity; access, admission

[COPIA] : abundamce, supply.

[COPIA] : abundant supply.

[COPIAE COPIE] : supplies, troops, forces.

[COPIARIUS, COPIARII] : N purveyor;

[COPIATA, COPIATAE] : N sexton; grave-digger;

[COPIATES, COPIATAE] : N sexton; grave-digger;

[copie] supplies, troops, forces.

[COPIOLA, COPIOLAE] : N small military forces (pl.); small number of troops (l+s);

[COPIOR, COPIARI, -, COPIATUS SUM] : V furnish oneself (with supplies); (military); provide oneself abundantly (l+s);

[COPIOSE, COPIOSIUS, COPIOSISSIME] : ADV eloquently/fully/at length; w/abundant provisions, sumptuously/copiously/richly;

[COPIOSE] : fully, at length, copiously.

[COPIOSUS, COPIOSA -UM, COPIOSIOR -OR -US, COPIOSISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ eloquent, w/plentiful command of the language; verbose; rich/wealthy; fruitful;

[COPIOSUS, COPIOSA -UM, COPIOSIOR -OR -US, COPIOSISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ plentiful/copious/abundant; well supplied/equipped, w/ample resources; prolific;

[COPIOSUS] : wealthy, rich, abundantly provided, well-equipped.

[COPIOSUS] : well supplied, plentiful,.

[COPIS, COPIDIS] : N short curved sword;

[COPO, COPONIS] : N shopkeeper, salesman, huckster; innkeeper, keeper of a tavern;

[COPONA, COPONAE] : N landlady; (female) shopkeeper, hostess; inn, tavern, lodging-house; shop;

[COPPA, UNDECLINED] : N the archaic greek letter koppa;

[COPPADIUM, COPPADII] : N delicacy, tidbit; (usu. pl.) delicacies; dainty dishes, tidbits (l+s);

[COPREA, COPREAE] : N buffoon, jester;

[COPS, (GEN.), COPIS] : ADJ well/abundantly equipped/supplied; rich; swelling (of chest with pride);

[COPTA, COPTAE] : N kind of hard-baked cake; cake made with pounded materials (l+s);

[COPTATIO, COPTATIONIS] : N co-option (into office or body); adoption; election, choice (l+s); confirmation;

[COPTO, COPTARE, COPTAVI, COPTATUS] : V choose (a colleague in office), elect; co-opt, admit;

[COPTOPLANCENTA, COPTOPLANCENTAE] : N kind of hard-baked cake; cake made with pounded materials (l+s);

[COPULA, COPULAE] : N string, rope; tie, bond, fastening; leash, harness; mooring cable; ligament;

[COPULA, COPULAE] : N friendly/close relationship, bond, intimate connection; (used in grammar);

[COPULA] : bond.

[COPULABILIS, COPULABILIS, COPULABILE] : ADJ that can be connected;

[COPULATE] : ADV as a compound word, connectedly;

[COPULATIM] : ADV in union;

[COPULATIO, COPULATIONIS] : N connecting, combining, joining, uniting; union, synthesis, association;

[COPULATIVE] : ADV connectedly;

[COPULATIVUS, COPULATIVA, COPULATIVUM] : ADJ of/pertaining to connecting, copulative;

[COPULATOR, COPULATORIS] : N connector, binder;

[COPULATRIX, COPULATRICIS] : N connector, she who connects/couples;

[COPULATUM, COPULATI] : N joint sentence; (also called conjunctum);

[COPULATUS, COPULATA -UM, COPULATIOR -OR -US, COPULATISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ closely connected/associated/joined (blood/marriage); intimate; compound/complex

[COPULATUS, COPULATUS] : N connecting/joining together;

[COPULO OR COPULOR] : to couple.

[COPULO, COPULARE, COPULAVI, COPULATUS] : V connect, join physically, couple; bind/tie together, associate, unite, ally;

[COPULOR, COPULARI, -, COPULATUS SUM] : V connect, join physically, couple; bind/tie together, associate, unite, ally;

[COQUA, COQUAE] : N cook (female);

[COQUE] : ADV likewise; no less; besides, as well, also/too; not only; even/indeed, actually;

[COQUIBILIS, COQUIBILIS, COQUIBILE] : ADJ easy to cook; easily cooked (l+s);

[COQUINA, COQUINAE] : N cooking; art of cookery; kitchen (l+s);

[COQUINARIS, COQUINARIS, COQUINARE] : ADJ belonging in a kitchen; used in cooking;

[COQUINARIUS, COQUINARIA, COQUINARIUM] : ADJ belonging in a kitchen; used in cooking; pertaining to kitchen, culinary (l+s);

[COQUINATORIUM, COQUINATORI(I)] : N kitchen, place for cooking;

[COQUINATORIUS, COQUINATORIA, COQUINATORIUM] : ADJ culinary, used in cooking; pertaining to the kitchen (l+s);

[COQUINO, COQUINARE, COQUINAVI, COQUINATUS] : V befoul/pollute/defile wholly (immorality); contaminate/taint/infect (w/disease);

[COQUINO, COQUINARE, COQUINAVI, COQUINATUS] : V cook, prepare food;

[COQUINUS, COQUINA, COQUINUM] : ADJ of/pertaining to cooks/cooking; (forum ~ => market where cooks were hired);

[COQUITATIO, COQUITATIONIS] : N long and thorough process of cooking; continuous cooking (l+s);

[COQUITATORIUS, COQUITATORIA, COQUITATORIUM] : ADJ culinary; used in cooking;

[COQUITO, COQUITARE, COQUITAVI, COQUITATUS] : V cook; boil, fry, bake; burn, parch (sun); stir up; ripen, mature (plot); digest;

[COQUO, COQUERE, COXI, COCTUS] : V cook; boil, fry, bake; burn, parch (sun); stir up; ripen, mature (plot); digest;

[COQUOS, COQUI] : N cook;

[COQUULA, COQUULAE] : N cook (female);

[COQUULUM, COQUULI] : N cooking vessel/pot/pan; (bronze);

[COQUUS, COQUI] : N cook;

[COR, CORDIS] : N heart; mind, soul, spirit; intellect/judgment; sweetheart; souls (pl.), persons;

[CORA, CORAE] : N pupil of the eye;

[CORACESIA, CORACESIAE] : N name of a magical herb; (said to make water freeze l+s);

[CORACICUM, CORACICI] : N mysteries of mithras;

[CORACICUS, CORACICA, CORACICUM] : ADJ of/belonging to/resembling a raven;

[CORACINO, CORACINARE, CORACINAVI, CORACINATUS] : V caw (like a crow); croak (like a frog);

[CORACINUS, CORACINA, CORACINUM] : ADJ raven-black;

[CORACINUS, CORACINI] : N fish; one of several dark-colored fish; (usu. egyptian bolti tilapia nilotica);

[CORAGUS, CORAGI] : N he who has care of chorus and supplies; he who pays the cost of a banquet;

[CORAGUS, CORAGI] : N theatrical supplier, one supplying equipment/properties to dramatic company;

[CORALIUM, CORALII] : N coral; (esp. red coral);

[CORALLACHATES, CORALLACHATAE] : N precious stone (coral agate);

[CORALLINUS, CORALLINA, CORALLINUM] : ADJ coral-red;

[CORALLIS, CORALLIDIS] : N precious stone (unidentified);

[CORALLITICUS, CORALLITICA, CORALLITICUM] : ADJ name given to a white marble; made of this stone (of statues);

[CORALLIUM, CORALLI(I)] : N coral;

[CORALLIUS, CORALLII] : N coral;

[CORALLOACHATES, CORALLOACHATAE] : N precious stone (coral agate);

[CORALLUM, CORALLI] : N coral; (esp. red coral);

[CORAM] : ADV in person, face-to-face; in one's presence, before one's eyes; publicly/openly;

[CORAM] : adv. and prep. in the presence of, before

[CORAM] : PREP ABL in the presence of, before; (may precede or follow object); personally (l+s);

[CORAMBE, CORAMBES] : N cultivated plant (unidentified); kind of cabbage injurious to the eyes (l+s);

[CORARIUS, CORARIA, CORARIUM] : ADJ of/related to the tanning of hides; (frutex coriarius => sumac, rhus coriaria);

[CORAX, CORACIS] : N kind of siege engine; raven (l+s); hooked war engine; battering ram (corvus);

[CORBAM, UNDECLINED] : N gift; offering; (mark 7] : 11); (aramaic);

[CORBAN, UNDECLINED] : N corban (hebrew); offering given to god usually associated with a vow;

[CORBAN, UNDECLINED] : N gift; offering; (mark 7] : 11); (aramaic);

[CORBANAS, CORBANAE] : N corban, treasury of the temple in jerusalem where money offerings are placed;

[CORBEIAM] : Corbie.

[CORBICULA, CORBICULAE] : N little basket;

[CORBIS, CORBIS] : N basket; (esp. one used for gathering grain/fruit; basketful (quantity);

[CORBITA, CORBITAE] : N slow-sailing merchant/cargo vessel; shipload (quantity);

[CORBITUS, CORBITA, CORBITUM] : ADJ with a scuttle; (w/navis => slow sailing ship of burden);

[CORBONA, CORBONAE] : N treasure chamber;

[CORBULA, CORBULAE] : N basket (small); contents of a small basket;

[CORCHOLOPIS, CORCHOLOPIS] : N ape having tuft of hair at the end of its tail;

[CORCHOROS, CORCHORI] : N edible plant ; (prob. jute, corchorus olitorius); poor wild legume (l+s);

[CORCHORUM, CORCHORI] : N edible plant ; (prob. jute, corchorus olitorius); poor wild legume (l+s);

[CORCHORUS, CORCHORI] : N edible plant ; (prob. jute, corchorus olitorius); poor wild legume (l+s);

[CORCILLUM, CORCILLI] : N heart (as the seat of intelligence); brains; savoir-faire; little heart (l+s);

[CORCODILLUS, CORCODILLI] : N crocodile; land reptile, nile monitor;

[CORCODILUS, CORCODILI] : N crocodile; land reptile, nile monitor;

[CORCOTA, CORCOTAE] : N saffron-colored dress; (worn by women and effeminate men);

[CORCOTARIUS, CORCOTARIA, CORCOTARIUM] : ADJ concerned with saffron-colored robes; (worn by women and effeminate men);

[CORCOTTA, CORCOTTAE] : N wild animal of ethiopia; (unidentified); (perh. hyena);

[CORCULUM, CORCULI] : N little heart; (seat of feelings); sweetheart (endearment); wise/shrewd person;

[CORCUS, CORCI] : N disease of the chest;

[CORDA, CORDAE] : N tripe; catgut, musical instrument string; rope/cord (binding a slave) (l+s);

[CORDATE] : ADV sensibly, shrewdly; with intelligence; wisely, with prudence (l+s);

[CORDATUS, CORDATA -UM, CORDATIOR -OR -US, CORDATISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ prudent, wise; sensible, judicious; endowed with intelligence;

[CORDAX, (GEN.), CORDACIS] : ADJ lively, tripping;

[CORDAX, CORDACIS] : N trochaic meter; cordax (indecent/extravagant dance of greek comedy l+s);

[CORDICITUS] : ADV from the heart; deep in the heart;

[CORDIPUGUS, CORDIPUGA, CORDIPUGUM] : ADJ heart-piercing;

[CORDOLIUM, CORDOLI(I)] : N heartfelt grief; sorrow of the heart, grief (l+s);

[CORDUBA, CORDUBAE] : N cordova (town in hispania baetica); (on the river baetis);

[CORDUS, CORDA, CORDUM] : ADJ late-born/produced out of/late in the season; second (crop of hay), aftermath;

[CORDYLA, CORDYLAE] : N young tuna; fry of the tuna (l+s);

[CORGO] : ADV surely, certainly;

[CORIACEUS, CORIACEA, CORIACEUM] : ADJ of leather, made of leather;

[CORIAGINOSUS, CORIAGINOSA, CORIAGINOSUM] : ADJ afflicted with the coriago (skin disease of cattle);

[CORIAGO, CORIAGINIS] : N hide-bound condition in cattle; disease of the skin of animals (l+s);

[CORIANDRATUM, CORIANDRATI] : N coriander-water;

[CORIANDRON, CORIANDRI] : N coriander (aromatic herb);

[CORIANDRUM, CORIANDRI] : N coriander (aromatic herb);

[CORIANDRUM] : coriander Coriandrum sativum

[CORIANDRUS, CORIANDRI] : N coriander (aromatic herb);

[CORIARIUS, CORIARIA, CORIARIUM] : ADJ of/related to leather/the tanning of hides; (frutex ~ => sumac, rhus coriaria);

[CORIARIUS, CORIARII] : N leather worker; tanner; currier (processes/dyes leather after the tanning);

[CORICUS, CORICI] : N heavy punching bag; sand-bag;

[CORINTHEUS, CORINTHEA, CORINTHEUM] : ADJ of/from/pertaining to corinth, corinthian; of corinthian bronze/order;

[CORINTHIACUS, CORINTHIACA, CORINTHIACUM] : ADJ of/from/pertaining to corinth, corinthian; of corinthian bronze/order;

[CORINTHIENIS, CORINTHIENIS, CORINTHIENE] : ADJ of/from/pertaining to corinth, corinthian; of roman settlers at corinth;

[CORINTHIUM, CORINTHII] : N corinthian bronze vessels (pl.); buildings of the corinthian order/style;

[CORINTHIUS, CORINTHII] : N worker/dealer in corinthian bronze vessels;

[CORINTHIUS, CORINTHIA, CORINTHIUM] : ADJ of/from/pertaining to corinth, corinthian; of corinthian bronze/order;

[CORINTHOS, CORINTHI] : N corinth;

[CORINTHUS, CORINTHI] : N corinth;

[CORIOLUM, CORIOLI] : N small piece of leather;

[CORION, CORII] : N plant; (also called chamaepitys or hypericon);

[CORIOR, CORIRI, -, CORTUS SUM] : V appear, originate; arise, break out (bad); be born; spring forth/to attack;

[CORIS, CORIDOS/IS] : N plant; (a species of hypericon); its seed;

[CORIS, CORIS] : N plant; (a species of hypericon); its seed;

[CORISSUM, CORISSI] : N plant (st. john's wort); chamaepitys (l+s);

[CORIUM, CORI(I)] : N skin/leather/hide; peel/rind/shell/outer cover; layer/coating; thong/strap/whip;

[CORIUM] : skin.

[CORIUS, CORI(I)] : N skin/leather/hide; peel/rind/shell/outer cover; layer/coating; thong/strap/whip;

[CORNATUS, CORNATA, CORNATUM] : ADJ horn-like; horn-shaped;

[CORNEOLUS, CORNEOLA, CORNEOLUM] : ADJ made of cornel-wood;

[CORNESCO, CORNESCERE,] : V become horny; (sexually stimulated); become like horn, turn to horn (l+s);

[CORNETUM, CORNETI] : N plantation/orchard/grove of cornelian cherry trees;

[CORNEUS, CORNEA, CORNEUM] : ADJ made of/belonging to cornel-tree/wood; (of genus cornus); (for arrow/javelin);

[CORNEUS, CORNEA, CORNEUM] : ADJ of horn, made of horn, horn-; resembling horn (hardness/appearance); horny;

[CORNICEN, CORNICINIS] : N trumpeter, bugler; horn blower;

[CORNICOR, CORNICARI, -, CORNICUS SUM] : V say in a croaking voice, croak out; caw like a crow (l+s);

[CORNICULA, CORNICULAE] : N crow; little crow (l+s);

[CORNICULANS, (GEN.), CORNICULANTIS] : ADJ horn-shaped; horned; crescent-shaped; (like the new moon);

[CORNICULARIUS, CORNICULARI(I)] : N adjutant/aide (officer's); (given the corniculum/promoted); assistant/secretary;

[CORNICULATUS, CORNICULATA, CORNICULATUM] : ADJ crescent-shaped; (like a horn); in the form of a horn, horned (l+s);

[CORNICULUM, CORNICULI] : N little/small horn; (used as funnel); a horn-shaped decoration for soldiers;

[CORNICULUS, CORNICULI] : N civil office of a cornicularius (aide/secretary);

[CORNIFER, CORNIFERA, CORNIFERUM] : ADJ horn-bearing, horned; having horns/antlers;

[CORNIFRONS, (GEN.), CORNIFRONTIS] : ADJ horned; having horns on the forehead;

[CORNIGER, CORNIGERA, CORNIGERUM] : ADJ horn-bearing, horned; having horns/antlers; (jupiter coniger => ammon);

[CORNIGER, CORNIGERI] : N horn-bearing/horned animal;

[CORNIGER, CORNIGERI] : N horn-bearing/horned animals/cattle (pl.);

[CORNIGERA, CORNIGERAE] : N hind; doe, female deer (esp. after third year);

[CORNIPES, (GEN.), CORNIPEDIS] : ADJ hoofed, horn-footed;

[CORNIPES, CORNIPEDIS] : N hoofed animal; (horse); (centaur);

[CORNIPETUS, CORNIPETA, CORNIPETUM] : ADJ pushing/goring with horns;

[CORNIX, CORNICIS] : N crow; (or related bird); (example of longevity); (insulting for old woman);

[CORNU, CORNUS] : N horn; hoof; beak/tusk/claw; bow; horn/trumpet; end, wing of army; mountain top;

[CORNU] : horn.

[CORNUALIS, CORNUALIS, CORNUALE] : ADJ of/with/pertaining to horns;

[CORNUARIUS, CORNUARI(I)] : N maker of bugles/horns/trumpets;

[CORNUCULARIUS, CORNUCULARI(I)] : N adjutant/aide (officer's); (given the corniculum/promoted); assistant/secretary;

[CORNUCULUM, CORNUCULI] : N little/small horn; (used as funnel); a horn-shaped decoration for soldiers;

[CORNULUM, CORNULI] : N little horn;

[CORNUM, CORNI] : N cornel berry/cherry, fruit of cornelian cherry tree; javelin (of cornel wood);

[CORNUM, CORNI] : N horn; hoof; beak/tusk/claw; bow; horn/trumpet; end, wing of army; mountain top;

[CORNUPETUS, CORNUPETA, CORNUPETUM] : ADJ pushing/goring with horns;

[CORNUS, CORNI] : N cornel-cherry-tree (cornus mas); cornel wood; javelin (of cornel wood);

[CORNUS, CORNUS] : N cornel-cherry-tree (cornus mas); cornel wood; javelin (of cornel wood);

[CORNUTA, CORNUTAE] : N any horned animal; name of a fish/sea-animal (unidentified); horned syllogism;

[CORNUTUS, CORNUTA, CORNUTUM] : ADJ horned; having horns/horn-like appendages; tusked;

[CORNUTUS, CORNUTI] : N ox, bullock; oxen (pl.), bullocks;

[COROCOTTAS, COROCOTTAE] : N animal (unidentified);

[COROLITICUS, COROLITICA, COROLITICUM] : ADJ name given to a white marble; made of this stone (of statues);

[COROLLA, COROLLAE] : N small garland, small wreath/crown of flowers;

[COROLLARIA, COROLLARIAE] : N flower girl; (comedy by naevius); female flower-garlands merchant (l+s);

[COROLLARIUM, COROLLARII] : N flower garland; (reward/prize); (money for); present/gratuity; corollary (l+s);

[COROLLARIUM] : flower-garland.

[COROLLITICUS, COROLLITICA, COROLLITICUM] : ADJ name given to a white marble; made of this stone (of statues);

[CORONA, CORONAE] : N crown; garland, wreath; (sub ~ => as slaves); halo/ring; circle of men/troops;

[CORONA] : crown, diadem.

[CORONALIS, CORONALIS, CORONALE] : ADJ of/associated with a wreath/garland/crown;

[CORONAMEN, CORONAMINIS] : N wreaths collectively, garlandry; wreathing/crowning (l+s);

[CORONAMENTUM, CORONAMENTI] : N flowers (pl.) for making garlands; garland/crown itself (l+s);

[CORONARIA, CORONARIAE] : N woman who makes/sells garlands/wreaths;

[CORONARIUS, CORONARIA, CORONARIUM] : ADJ connected with/used for crowns/garlands/wreaths or the manufacture; of cornice;

[CORONARIUS, CORONARII] : N maker/seller of garlands/wreaths/crowns;

[CORONATOR, CORONATORIS] : N crowner;

[CORONATUS, CORONATA, CORONATUM] : ADJ garlanded, adorned with wreaths; (of persons/animals/buildings);

[CORONEOLA, CORONEOLAE] : N kind of autumn rose;

[CORONIOLA, CORONIOLAE] : N kind of autumn rose;

[CORONIS, CORONIDIS] : N colophon, device for marking the end of a book; curved line/flourish at end;

[CORONO, CORONARE, CORONAVI, CORONATUS] : V wreathe, crown, deck with garlands; award prize; surround/encircle, ring round;

[CORONOPUS, CORONOPI] : N plant w/toothed leaves, buckthorn plantain (plantago coronopus); swine's cress;

[CORONOPUS, CORONOPODIS] : N plant w/toothed leaves, buckthorn plantain (plantago coronopus); swine's cress;

[CORONULA, CORONULAE] : N ornament on mitre; rim/border on base of basin/laver; hair crown at horse hoof;

[CORPORALIS, CORPORALIS, CORPORALE] : ADJ of/belonging/related to body, physical; having tangible body, material/corporeal

[CORPORALITAS, CORPORALITATIS] : N materiality, corporality; (as opposed to spirituality);

[CORPORALITER] : ADV in respect of material things; carnally; corporally, bodily (l+s);

[CORPORASCO, CORPORASCERE,] : V assume a body; become incarnate;

[CORPORATIO, CORPORATIONIS] : N build, physical make-up; assuming a body, incarnation (l+s);

[CORPORATIVUS, CORPORATIVA, CORPORATIVUM] : ADJ of/pertaining to the forming of a body;

[CORPORATURA, CORPORATURAE] : N build, frame; physical/corporeal structure/nature;

[CORPORATUS, CORPORATI] : N member of a corporate society/corporation;

[CORPORATUS, CORPORATA, CORPORATUM] : ADJ endowed with a tangible body; formed into a corporate society;

[CORPOREUS, CORPOREA, CORPOREUM] : ADJ corporeal/material/physical, endowed w/body; fleshy, composed of animal tissue;

[CORPOREUS] : fleshly.

[CORPORICIDA, CORPORICIDAE] : N butcher;

[CORPORO, CORPORARE, CORPORAVI, CORPORATUS] : V kill, strike dead; form into a body, furnish w/a body; form (corporate society);

[CORPOROSUS, CORPOROSA, CORPOROSUM] : ADJ corpulent, gross, large, fat, obese;

[CORPULENTIA, CORPULENTIAE] : N obesity, corpulence, fleshiness of body; putting on of flesh/fat;

[CORPULENTUS, CORPULENTA -UM, CORPULENTIOR -OR -US, CORPULENTISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ corpulent, fat, stout, of a heavy build of body; large; great (l+s);physical;

[CORPUS CORPORIS] : body, corpse.

[CORPUS, CORPORIS] : N body; person, self; virility; flesh; corpse; trunk; frame(work); collection/sum;

[CORPUS, CORPORIS] : N substantial/material/concrete object/body; particle/atom; corporation, guild;

[CORPUS] : corporis ; body, corpse.

[CORPUSCULUM, CORPUSCULI] : N small/little body/object, atom/minute particle; human body (contempt/pity/love);

[CORRADO, CORRADERE, CORRASI, CORRASUS] : V rake/sweep/draw together; amass with difficulty, scrape together; scrape off;

[CORRATIONALITAS, CORRATIONALITATIS] : N analogy;

[CORRECTIO, CORRECTIONIS] : N amendment, rectification; improvement, correction; word substitution; reproof;

[CORRECTOR, CORRECTORIS] : N corrector/improver, reformer; one who sets things right; financial commissioner;

[CORRECTURA, CORRECTURAE] : N office of a corrector (financial commissioner/land bailiff);

[CORRECTUS, CORRECTA -UM, CORRECTIOR -OR -US, CORRECTISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ reformed (person);

[CORRECTUS, CORRECTI] : N reformed person; one who has/is reformed;

[CORRECUMBENS, (GEN.), CORRECUMBENTIS] : ADJ lying down with (anyone);

[CORREGIO, CORREGIONIS] : N drawing of boundary lines (within which auspices may be taken);

[CORREGIONALIS, CORREGIONALIS] : N adjoining/neighboring people;

[CORREGNO, CORREGNARE, CORREGNAVI, CORREGNATUS] : V reign together with one;

[CORREPO, CORREPERE, CORREPSI, CORREPTUS] : V creep, crawl; slink, move stealthily; take to the bush; creep (of the flesh);

[CORREPTE, CORREPTIUS, CORREPTISSIME] : ADV shortly; with a short vowel or syllable;

[CORREPTIO, CORREPTIONIS] : N seizure/attack, onset (disease); reproof/rebuke/censure; shorting (in vowel);

[CORREPTIO] : reproof.

[CORREPTIUS] : more shortly.

[CORREPTO, CORREPTARE, CORREPTAVI, CORREPTATUS] : V creep;

[CORREPTOR, CORREPTORIS] : N reprover, censurer, corrector;

[CORREPTUS, CORREPTA, CORREPTUM] : ADJ short; (of a syllable);

[CORRESUCITO, CORRESUCITARE, CORRESUCITAVI, CORRESUCITATUS] : V raise from the dead together;

[CORRESUPINATUS, CORRESUPINATA, CORRESUPINATUM] : ADJ bent backwards at the same time;

[CORREUS, CORREI] : N joint defendant; co-respondent;

[CORRIDEO, CORRIDERE, CORRISI, CORRISUS] : V laugh together; laugh out loud (l+s);

[CORRIGIA, CORRIGIAE] : N shoe-lace/tie, thong for securing shoes to feet; thong of any kind;

[CORRIGIA] : rein.

[CORRIGO, CORRIGERE, CORREXI, CORRECTUS] : V correct, set right; straighten; improve, edit, reform; restore, cure; chastise;

[CORRIGO] : (correctum) to make correct, make right.

[CORRIGO] : to correct.

[CORRIPIO, CORRIPERE, CORRIPUI, CORREPTUS] : V seize/grasp/snatch up, lay hold of; sweep off; carry away; appropriate/arrogate;

[CORRIPIO, CORRIPERE, CORRIPUI, CORREPTUS] : V censure/reproach/rebuke, chastise; shorten/abridge; hasten (upon); catch (fire

[CORRIPIO] : to seize, snatch up, steal, (of a disease) attack

[CORRIPIO] : to seize, snatch up, steal, (of a disease) attack.

[CORRIVALIS, CORRIVALIS] : N joint rival;

[CORRIVATIO, CORRIVATIONIS] : N leading/channeling (water) into the same channel/basin, collection;

[CORRIVIUM, CORRIVII] : N confluence of brooks/streams;

[CORRIVO, CORRIVARE, CORRIVAVI, CORRIVATUS] : V lead/channel (water) into the same channel/basin, collect;

[CORRIXATIO, CORRIXATIONIS] : N violent quarrel/brawl/dispute/altercation/conflict/clash/struggle;

[CORROBORAMENTUM, CORROBORAMENTI] : N means of strengthening;

[CORROBORO, CORROBORARE, CORROBORAVI, CORROBORATUS] : V strengthen, harden, reinforce; corroborate; mature; make powerful, fortify;

[CORROBORO] : to strengthen.

[CORROCO, CORROCONIS] : N kind of fish (unidentified);

[CORRODO, CORRODERE, CORROSI, CORROSUS] : V gnaw, gnaw away; chew up; gnaw to pieces (l+s);

[CORROGATIO, CORROGATIONIS] : N bringing together; gathering, assembly (ecc); collection;

[CORROGO, CORROGARE, CORROGAVI, CORROGATUS] : V collect money by begging/entreaty; summon/invite (persons) to a gathering;

[CORROTUNDO, CORROTUNDARE, CORROTUNDAVI, CORROTUNDATUS] : V make round; round off; amass/make up a round sum of money;

[CORRUDA, CORRUDAE] : N wild asparagus;

[CORRUGIS, CORRUGIS, CORRUGE] : ADJ wrinkled, having wrinkles/folds; corrugated;

[CORRUGO, CORRUGARE, CORRUGAVI, CORRUGATUS] : V make wrinkled; (make one turn up one's nose); corrugate;

[CORRUGUS, CORRUGI] : N channel/canal/conduit/sluice constructed to bring water for washing ore (mining)

[CORRUMPO, CORRUMPERE, CORRUPI, CORRUPTUS] : V spoil/rot; taint/contaminate; damage/ruin, undo; destroy/deface; digest; infect;

[CORRUMPO, CORRUMPERE, CORRUPI, CORRUPTUS] : V pervert, corrupt, deprave; bribe, suborn; seduce, tempt, beguile; falsify;

[CORRUMPO] : (documents) to falsify/ (character) to corrupt.

[CORRUMPO] : (documents) to falsify / (character) to corrupt.

[CORRUMPO] : to break up, destroy, annihilate / spoil, weaken.

[CORRUMPO] : to break up, destroy, annihilate/ spoil, weaken.

[CORRUMPTELA, CORRUMPTELAE] : N corruption/bribery/suborning; corrupting/perverting influence; seducer/misleader

[CORRUMPTELA, CORRUMPTELAE] : N seduction/seducing; enticement to sexual misconduct; brothel/place of seduction

[CORRUO, CORRUERE, CORRUI, CORRUTUS] : V topple (house/wall), totter; subside (ground); rush/sweep together; overthrow;

[CORRUO, CORRUERE, CORRUI, CORRUTUS] : V fall/break down, fall to ground/from height, collapse; be ruined, come to grief;

[CORRUO] : to fall to the ground, sink down/ be ruined, destroyed.

[CORRUO] : to fall to the ground, sink down / be ruined, destroyed.

[CORRUO] : to tumble.

[CORRUPTE, CORRUPTIUS, CORRUPTISSIME] : ADV incorrectly; perversely; in bad style/depraved manner; licentiously, corruptly;

[CORRUPTELA, CORRUPTELAE] : N corruption/bribery/suborning; corrupting/perverting influence; seducer/misleader

[CORRUPTELA, CORRUPTELAE] : N seduction/seducing; enticement to sexual misconduct; brothel/place of seduction

[CORRUPTIBILIS, CORRUPTIBILE, CORRUPTIBILIOR -OR -US, CORRUPTIBILISSIMUS -A -U] : ADJ corruptible, liable to decay, perishable;

[CORRUPTIBILITAS, CORRUPTIBILIATATIS] : N corruptibility, perishability;

[CORRUPTIO, CORRUPTIONIS] : N corruption; bribery, seduction from loyalty; diseased/corrupt condition;

[CORRUPTIO] : downtumble, seduction, bribery.

[CORRUPTISSIMA RE PUBLICA PLURIMAE LEGES. ] : PHRASE the more corrupt the state is, the more numerous are the laws.

[CORRUPTIVE] : ADV corruptibly; perishably;

[CORRUPTIVUS, CORRUPTIVA, CORRUPTIVUM] : ADJ corruptible; perishable;

[CORRUPTOR, CORRUPTORIS] : N corruptor, briber; seducer, ravisher; one who ruins/spoils/spreads infection;

[CORRUPTORIUS, CORRUPTORIA, CORRUPTORIUM] : ADJ destructible; corruptible, perishable;

[CORRUPTRIX, (GEN.), CORRUPTRICIS] : ADJ tending to deprave/corrupt, corruptive;

[CORRUPTRIX, CORRUPTRICIS] : N she who corrupts/seduces;

[CORRUPTUM, CORRUPTI] : N corrupted parts (pl.) (of the body);

[CORRUPTUS, CORRUPTA -UM, CORRUPTIOR -OR -US, CORRUPTISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ incorrect/improper/disorderly; impure/adulterated/changed for worse; seditious;

[CORRUPTUS, CORRUPTA -UM, CORRUPTIOR -OR -US, CORRUPTISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ rotten/decayed; infected (wounds), corrupt; degenerate/decadent; depraved/venal;

[CORRUSPOR, CORRUSPARI, -, CORRUSPUS SUM] : V search for, seek out; search carefully after (l+s);

[CORRUTUNDO, CORRUTUNDARE, CORRUTUNDAVI, CORRUTUNDATUS] : V make round; round off; amass/make up a round sum of money;

[CORS, CORTIS] : N cohort, tenth part of legion (360 men); armed force; band; ship crew; bodyguard

[CORS, CORTIS] : N court; enclosure/yard/pen, farmyard; attendants, retinue, staff; circle; crowd;

[CORSA, CORSAE] : N facia; (architectural flat surface/tablet/plate on column/door jamb/lintel);

[CORSICA, CORSICAE] : N corsica; (island);

[CORSOIDES, CORSOIDIS] : N precious stone (unidentified); (gender does not follow rule old);

[CORSUM] : ADV in what direction; to what place/condition/action/point/end; with what view?

[CORSUS] : ADV in what direction; to what place/condition/action/point/end; with what view?

[CORTEX, CORTICIS] : N bark; cork; skin, rind, husk, hull; outer covering, shell, carapace, chrysalis;

[CORTICATUS, CORTICATA, CORTICATUM] : ADJ derived from bark; covered with bark (l+s);

[CORTICEUS, CORTICEA, CORTICEUM] : ADJ made from bark; of bark/cork (l+s);

[CORTICIUS, CORTICIA, CORTICIUM] : ADJ made from bark;

[CORTICOSUS, CORTICOSA, CORTICOSUM] : ADJ covered in bark/rind; containing pieces of bark/rind/shell; abounding in bark;

[CORTICULUS, CORTICULI] : N thin rind (of the olive); small/thin rind/bark/shell (l+s);

[CORTINA, CORTINAE] : N cauldron, (of delphi oracle), kettle; water-organ; vault/arch; curtain (l+s);

[CORTINALE, CORTINALIS] : N cauldron-room; (where new wine was boiled down);

[CORTINIPOTENS, CORTINIPOTENTIS] : N master of the (oracular) cauldron (apollo);

[CORTINULA, CORTINULAE] : N small kettle;

[CORTUMIO, CORTUMIONIS] : N augural word (uncertain meaning);

[CORTURIACUM] : Courtrai.

[CORTUS, CORTUS] : N coming into being, birth; breaking out (storm); rising, originating (l+s);

[CORULUS, CORULI] : N hazel-tree; hazel wood; filbert shrub (l+s);

[CORUS, CORI] : N north-west wind;

[CORUSCAMEN, CORUSCAMINIS] : N flash, gleam; glittering (l+s);

[CORUSCATIO, CORUSCATIONIS] : N flash, gleam; glittering;

[CORUSCIFER, CORUSCIFERA, CORUSCIFERUM] : ADJ lightening-bearing;

[CORUSCO, CORUSCARE, CORUSCAVI, CORUSCATUS] : V brandish/shake/quiver; flash/glitter, emit/reflect intermittent/quivering light;

[CORUSCO] : to glitter, glittering.

[CORUSCUM, CORUSCI] : N lightening;

[CORUSCUS, CORUSCA, CORUSCUM] : ADJ vibrating/waving/tremulous/shaking; flashing, twinkling; brilliant (l+s);

[CORUSCUS, CORUSCUS] : N lightening; (2 ezra 6] : 2);

[CORUSCUS] : (a) flashing, twinkling, shaking, trembling.

[CORVINUS, CORVINA, CORVINUM] : ADJ raven-, of/belonging/pertaining to a raven;

[CORVUS, CORVI] : N military engine; grappling iron; surgical instrument; fellator (rude)(l+s);

[CORVUS, CORVI] : N raven; cormorant (w/aquaticus); kind of sea fish; constellation corvus/raven;

[CORYCEUM, CORYCEI] : N room in a palaestra for exercise with the heavy punching-bag;

[CORYCOMACHIA, CORYCOMACHIAE] : N exercise of athlete with the corycus (heavy punching-bag);

[CORYCUS, CORYCI] : N heavy punching bag; sand-bag;

[CORYDALUS, CORYDALI] : N crested lark;

[CORYLETUM, CORYLETI] : N copse of hazel-trees, hazel-thicket;

[CORYLUS, CORYLI] : N hazel-tree; hazel wood; filbert shrub (l+s);

[CORYMBIAS, CORYMBIAE] : N species of giant fennel (ferula);

[CORYMBIATUS, CORYMBIATA, CORYMBIATUM] : ADJ set round with clusters of ivy-berries;

[CORYMBIFER, CORYMBIFERA, CORYMBIFERUM] : ADJ wearing garlands of clusters of ivy-berries; (epithet of bacchus);

[CORYMBION, CORYMBII] : N curled wig/hair; (curled in the form of clusters of ivy-berries l+s);

[CORYMBITES, CORYMBITAE] : N kind of spurge; species of the plant tithymalus (l+s);

[CORYMBUS, CORYMBI] : N cluster of ivy-berries/flowers/fruit; stern of a ship (pl.); nipple (l+s);

[CORYPHAEUS, CORYPHAEI] : N leader, chief, head;

[CORYPHION, CORYPHII] : N small shell-fish; winkle; whelk; kind of murex/snail yielding purple dye (l+s);

[CORYTOS, CORYTI] : N quiver, case holding arrows;

[CORYTUS, CORYTI] : N quiver, case holding arrows;

[CORYZA, CORYZAE] : N catarrh; cold, runny nose;

[COS, ABB.] : N consul (the highest elected roman official); abb. cons./cos.;

[COS, COTIS] : N flint-stone; whetstone, hone, grinding stone; rocks (pl.); any hard stone (l+s);

[COS] : whetstone.

[COSCINOMANTIA, COSCINOMANTIAE] : N divination by the sieve;

[COSENTIO, COSENTIRE, COSENSI, COSENSUS] : V join/share in sensation/feeling; be in agreement/harmony; be of the same mind;

[COSENTIO, COSENTIRE, COSENSI, COSENSUS] : V agree, consent; fit/be consistent/in sympathy/unison with; favor; assent to;

[COSENTIO, COSENTIRE, COSENSI, COSENSUS] : V act together; plot, conspire, combine; coincide; be in conjunction (planets);

[COSIDERO, COSIDERARE, COSIDERAVI, COSIDERATUS] : V examine/look at/inspect; consider closely, reflect on/contemplate; investigate;

[COSIGNO, COSIGNARE, COSIGNAVI, COSIGNATUS] : V (fix a) seal; put on record; indicate precisely/establish; attest/authenticate;

[COSMETA, COSMETAE] : N woman's valet; slave responsible for the adornment of his mistress;

[COSMETES, COSMETAE] : N woman's valet; slave responsible for the adornment of his mistress;

[COSMICE] : ADJ of the world; fashionable; cosmopolitan;

[COSMICON] : ADJ of the world; fashionable; cosmopolitan;

[COSMICOS, COSMIC] : ADJ of the world; fashionable; cosmopolitan;

[COSMICOS, COSMICI] : N citizen of the world;

[COSMICUM, COSMICI] : N worldly things (pl.);

[COSMICUS, COSMICA, COSMICUM] : ADJ of the world; fashionable; cosmopolitan;

[COSMITTO, COSMITTERE, COSMISI, COSMISSUS] : V engage (battle), set against; begin/start; bring about; commit; incur; forfeit;

[COSMITTO, COSMITTERE, COSMISI, COSMISSUS] : V bring together, unite/join, connect/attach; put together, construct; entrust;

[COSMOGRAPHIA, COSMOGRAPHIAE] : N description of the universe;

[COSMOGRAPHUS, COSMOGRAPHI] : N cosmologist, one who describes the universe;

[COSMOS, COSMI] : N universe; one of the chief magistrates of crete;

[COSS, ABB.] : N consuls (pl.) (highest elected official); abb. conss./coss.; (two of a year);

[COSSIM] : ADV as to give way/lose ground; bending/turning in; (turned) backwards; obliquely;

[COSSIM] : ADV squatting on the haunches in a crouching posture; doubled up (with old age);

[COSSIS, COSSIS] : N worm or grub found in wood;

[COSSUS, COSSI] : N worm or grub found in wood;

[COSTA, COSTAE] : N rib; side/flank/back; rib with meat; ribs/frame of ship; sides (pl.) of pot;

[COSTABILIS, COSTABILIS, COSTABILE] : ADJ riblike;

[COSTAMOMUM, COSTAMOMI] : N aromatic plant (similar to costum and amomum);

[COSTATUS, COSTATA, COSTATUM] : ADJ ribbed, having ribs;

[COSTOS, COSTI] : N aromatic plant/its powdered root; (saussurea lappa);

[COSTUM, COSTI] : N aromatic plant/its powdered root; (saussurea lappa);

[COSTUS, COSTI] : N aromatic plant/its powdered root; (saussurea lappa);

[COTARIA, COTARIAE] : N quarry for whetstones;

[COTENEA, COTENEAE] : N plant; (perh. comfrey); wallwort (l+s); black briony;

[COTES, COTIS] : N rough pointed/detached rock, loose stone; rocks (pl.), cliff, crag; reef;

[COTHO, COTHONIS] : N basin, artificial harbor; (artificial inner harbor at carthage l+s);

[COTHURNATE, COTHURNATIUS, COTHURNATISSIME] : ADV loftily, tragically;

[COTHURNATIO, COTHURNATIONIS] : N tragic representation;

[COTHURNATUS, COTHURNATA, COTHURNATUM] : ADJ wearing the buskin (greek actor's boot); in lofty style, of tragic themes;

[COTHURNUS, COTHURNI] : N elevated/tragic/solemn style; tragic poetry; the tragic stage;

[COTHURNUS, COTHURNI] : N high boot/buskin (worn by greek tragic actors to increase their height);

[COTICULA, COTICULAE] : N touchstone (used to test gold); small mortar (medical); test (l+s);

[COTIDIANO] : ADV every day, daily;

[COTIDIANUS, COTIDIANA, COTIDIANUM] : ADJ daily, everyday; usual/habitual, normal/regular; ordinary/common/unremarkable;

[COTIDIE] : ADV daily, every day; day by day; usually, ordinarily, commonly;

[COTIDIE] : daily, every day.

[COTIDIO] : ADV daily, every day; day by day; usually, ordinarily, commonly;

[COTILA, COTILAE] : N small cup; liquid measure (= 6 cyathi/1 hemina/half sextarius/about 1/2 pint);

[COTINUS, COTINI] : N shrub producing purple dye; sumac-tree (rhus cotinus);

[COTIO, COTIONIS] : N dealer; broker;

[COTONEUM, COTONEI] : N quince; quince tree;

[COTONEUS, COTONEA, COTONEUM] : ADJ quince-; (malum ~ => quince fruit/tree); (of cydonia/city in crete/now canea)

[COTONUM, COTONI] : N kind of small fig; (grown in syria);

[COTORIA, COTORIAE] : N quarry for whetstones;

[COTTA, COTTAE] : N cotta, roman cognomen;

[COTTABUS, COTTABI] : N game in which wine is thrown so as to fall noisily on a mark; blows (humorous);

[COTTANUM, COTTANI] : N kind of small fig; (grown in syria);

[COTTATIUM, COTTATII] : N some sort of gold ornament;

[COTTIDIANO] : ADV every day, daily;

[COTTIDIANUS, COTTIDIANA, COTTIDIANUM] : ADJ daily, everyday; usual/habitual, normal/regular; ordinary/common/unremarkable;

[COTTIDIE] : ADV daily, every day; day by day; usually, ordinarily, commonly;

[COTTIDIO] : ADV daily, every day; day by day; usually, ordinarily, commonly;

[COTTONUM, COTTONI] : N kind of small fig; (grown in syria);

[COTULA, COTULAE] : N small cup; liquid measure (= 6 cyathi/1 hemina/half sextarius/about 1/2 pint);

[COTURNATUS, COTURNATA, COTURNATUM] : ADJ wearing the buskin (greek actor's boot); in lofty style, of tragic themes;

[COTURNIX, COTURNICIS] : N quail; (also term of endearment);

[COTYLA, COTYLAE] : N small cup; liquid measure (= 6 cyathi/1 hemina/half sextarius/about 1/2 pint);

[COTYLEDON, COTYLEDONIS] : N plant, navelwort;

[COUM, COI] : N coan wine (from cos); garments (pl.) of coan/fine silk;

[COUM, COI] : N hole in middle of yoke in which pole fits; thong used to attach pole to yoke;

[COURTACUM] : Courtrai.

[COUS, COA, COUM] : ADJ of/from/belonging to cos (island in aegean, now stanchio); (its wine/fine silk);

[COUTOR, COUTI, -, COUSUS SUM] : V associate with, have dealings with;

[COUTOR] : to associate with, have dealings with.

[COVINNARIUS, COVINNARII] : N soldier who fought from a war chariot;

[COVINNUS, COVINNI] : N war-chariot (w/scythes on axle) (celtic); a traveling-chariot/carriage;

[COXA, COXAE] : N hip (of human); haunch (of animal); hip bone (l+s); bend inwards;

[COXENDIX, COXENDICIS] : N hip; hip bone;

[COXIM] : ADV on the hips; (at the hip?);

[COXO, COXONIS] : N hobbling;

[COXUS, COXA, COXUM] : ADJ lame;

[CRABATTUS, CRABATTI] : N cot, camp bed, pallet; low couch or bed; (usu.) mean/wretched bed/couch;

[CRABATUS, CRABATI] : N cot, camp bed, pallet; low couch or bed; (usu.) mean/wretched bed/couch;

[CRABRO, CRABRONIS] : N hornet; (irritare crabones => to disturb a hornets' nest); wasp;

[CRACCA, CRACCAE] : N kind of wild vetch;

[CRACENS, (GEN.), CRACENTIS] : ADJ slender; neat, graceful (l+s);

[CRAMBE, CRAMBES] : N cabbage; (~ repetita => of stale repetition);

[CRAPULA, CRAPULAE] : N drunkenness, intoxication; hangover; resin residue used to flavor wine;

[CRAPULA] : wine ; intoxication, drunkenness.

[CRAPULA] : wine-drinking, intoxication, drunkenness.

[CRAPULANUS, CRAPULANA, CRAPULANUM] : ADJ resinous, containing resin; (wine);

[CRAPULARIUS, CRAPULARIA, CRAPULARIUM] : ADJ good for curing hangovers; pertaining to intoxication (l+s);

[CRAPULATIO, CRAPULATIONIS] : N intoxication;

[CRAPULATUS, CRAPULATA, CRAPULATUM] : ADJ inebriated, intoxicated, drunk; drunken with wine;

[CRAPULENTUS, CRAPULENTA, CRAPULENTUM] : ADJ very drunk, very much intoxicated;

[CRAPULOSUS, CRAPULOSA, CRAPULOSUM] : ADJ inclined to drunkenness;

[CRAS] : (adv.) tomorrow, on the morrow.

[CRAS] : ADV tomorrow; after today, on the morrow; hereafter, in the future;

[CRASSAMEN, CRASSAMINIS] : N sediment; dregs (l+s);

[CRASSAMENTUM, CRASSAMENTI] : N thickness (of an object); thick sediment of a liquid, dregs, grounds (l+s);

[CRASSATOR, CRASSATORIS] : N vagabond; footpad, highway robber;

[CRASSE, CRASSIUS, CRASSISSIME] : ADV dimly/indistinctly, w/out detail; coarsely/inartistically; w/thick layer/thickly

[CRASSENDO, CRASSENDINIS] : N thickness; stupidity;

[CRASSESCO, CRASSESCERE,] : V thicken, fatten, become thick/hard/large/fat/dense/solid; condense; set;

[CRASSIFICATIO, CRASSIFICATIONIS] : N thickness; making thick or fat;

[CRASSITAS, CRASSITATIS] : N density; thickness;

[CRASSITIES, CRASSITIEI] : N density; thickness; plumpness, fleshiness;

[CRASSITUDO, CRASSITUDINIS] : N thickness (measure); density/consistency (liquid); richness (soil); sediment;

[CRASSIVENIUS, CRASSIVENIA, CRASSIVENIUM] : ADJ having thick veins; (name of type of maple tree);

[CRASSO, CRASSARE, CRASSAVI, CRASSATUS] : V thicken, condense, make thick;

[CRASSUNDIUM, CRASSUNDII] : N fat pork? (pl.); thick intestines (l+s);

[CRASSUS, CRASSA -UM, CRASSIOR -OR -US, CRASSISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ thick/deep; thick coated (w/abl); turbid/muddy (river); dense/concentrated/solid

[CRASSUS, CRASSA -UM, CRASSIOR -OR -US, CRASSISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ fat/stout; rude, coarse, rough, harsh, heavy, gross; stupid, crass/insensitive;

[CRASSUS, CRASSI] : N crassus, roman cognomen; m. licinius crassus dives, the triumvir;

[CRASTINO] : ADV tomorrow;

[CRASTINUM, CRASTINI] : N tomorrow;

[CRASTINUS, CRASTINA, CRASTINUM] : ADJ of tomorrow/the next day/the future; (in ~um => for/til tomorrow/following day);

[CRASTINUS] : of the morrow, the morrow.

[CRATAEGIS, CRATAEGOS/IS] : N plant (unidentified); another name for the plant satyrion l+s);

[CRATAEGON, CRATAEGONIS] : N holly; (the greek name for holly); plant called aquifolia in pure latin (l+s);

[CRATAEGONON, CRATAEGONI] : N plant; (perh. polygonum hydropiper); common fleawort (l+s);

[CRATAEGONOS, CRATAEGONI] : N plant; (perh. polygonum persicaria); common fleawort (l+s);

[CRATAEGOS, CRATAEGI] : N holly; (the greek name for holly); plant called aquifolia in pure latin (l+s);

[CRATAEGUM, CRATAEGI] : N kind of gall which grows on holm-oaks; kernel of fruit of the box-tree (l+s);

[CRATER, CRATERIS] : N mixing bowl; depression, volcano crater, basin of fountain; cup (constellation);

[CRATERA, CRATERAE] : N mixing bowl; depression, volcano crater, basin of fountain; cup (constellation);

[CRATERAA, CRATERAAE] : N mixing bowl; depression, volcano crater, basin of fountain; cup (constellation);

[CRATERITE, CRATERITES] : N 1 6 precious stone (unidentified);

[CRATERITIS, CRATERITIDIS] : N precious stone (unidentified);

[CRATICIUS, CRATICIA, CRATICIUM] : ADJ made of wattle; (interlaced twigs/wickerwork, may be plastered with mud/clay);

[CRATICULA, CRATICULAE] : N gridiron; grating, grill; griddle; small gridiron (l+s); fine hurdle-work;

[CRATICULUS, CRATICULA, CRATICULUM] : ADJ composed of lattice-work; wattled;

[CRATIO, CRATIRE, CRATIVI, CRATITUS] : V bush-harrow;

[CRATIS, CRATIS] : N wickerwork; bundle of brush, fascine; framework, network, lattice; bush-harrow;

[CRATITIO, CRATITIONIS] : N action of bush-harrowing;

[CRATITIUS, CRATITIA, CRATITIUM] : ADJ made of wattle; (interlaced twigs/wickerwork, may be plastered with mud/clay);

[CREABILIS, CREABILIS, CREABILE] : ADJ creatable, that can be made/created;

[CREAGRA, CREAGRAE] : N flesh-hook;

[CREAMEN, CREAMINIS] : N elements of which created things consist;

[CREATIO, CREATIONIS] : N creation; creating/producing/bringing forth something from nothing/something;

[CREATIO, CREATIONIS] : N begetting of children; creating/producing; election/appointment (of official);

[CREATOR, CREATORIS] : N creator (of world); maker, author; founder (city); father; one who appoints;

[CREATOR] : creator, founder.

[CREATRIX, CREATRICIS] : N mother, she who brings forth; creator (of the world); authoress, creatress;

[CREATUM, CREATI] : N things made (pl.);

[CREATURA, CREATURAE] : N creation; creature, thing created; servant (late latin);

[CREATURA] : creature, servant.

[CREATUS, CREATA, CREATUM] : ADJ sprung from, begotten by, born of;

[CREATUS, CREATI] : N child, offspring;

[CREBER, CREBRA -UM, CREBRIOR -OR -US, CREBERRIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ thick/crowded/packed/close set; frequent/repeated, constant] : numerous/abundant;

[CREBER] : thick, frequent, numerous.

[CREBESCO, CREBESCERE, CREBUI] : V become frequent/widespread, increase, grow strong; spread/be noised abroad (l+s)

[CREBO, CREBRIUS, CREBERRIME] : ADV repeatedly, often, frequently, many times; closely, close one after another;

[CREBRA] : ADV repeatedly;

[CREBRA] : frequent, repeated.

[CREBRATUS, CREBRATA, CREBRATUM] : ADJ closely woven; thick, close (l+s);

[CREBRE] : ADV thickly, densely; frequently; closely; compactly (l+s);

[CREBRESCO, CREBRESCERE, CREBRUI] : V become frequent/widespread, increase, grow strong; spread/be noised abroad (l+s)

[CREBRESCO] : to to become frequent.

[CREBRINODOSUS, CREBRINODOSA, CREBRINODOSUM] : ADJ having frequent knots;

[CREBRINODUS, CREBRINODA, CREBRINODUM] : ADJ having frequent knots;

[CREBRISURUS, CREBRISURA, CREBRISURUM] : ADJ fortified by closely packed stakes;

[CREBRITAS, CREBRITATIS] : N frequency; closeness in succession/space/of parts/density; thickness (l+s);

[CREBRITER] : ADV repeatedly; frequently;

[CREBRITUDO, CREBRITUDINIS] : N frequency; closeness in succession/space; crowding; closeness of parts/density;

[CREBRO, CREBRIUS, CREBERRIME] : ADV frequently/repeatedly/often, one after another, time after time; thickly/densely

[CREBRO] : repeatedly, often, one after the other, time after time.

[CREDIBILIS, CREDIBILIS, CREDIBILE] : ADJ credible/trustworthy/believable/plausible/convincing/likely/probable/conceivable

[CREDIBILTER] : ADV credibly; in a credible manner;

[CREDITO, CREDITARE, CREDITAVI, CREDITATUS] : V believe strongly;

[CREDITOR, CREDITORIS] : N lender, creditor; one to whom money is due; (w/gen of debtor/debt);

[CREDITRIX, CREDITRICIS] : N female lender/creditor;

[CREDITUM, CREDITI] : N loan, debt, what is lent; (in ~ accipere => to receive a loan);

[CREDITUS, CREDITA, CREDITUM] : ADJ loan;

[CREDO CERTE NE CRAS. ] : PHRASE i believe with certainty that there is no tomorrow.

[CREDO, CREDERE, CREDIDI, CREDITUS] : V trust, entrust; commit/consign; believe, trust in, rely on, confide; suppose;

[CREDO, CREDERE, CREDIDI, CREDITUS] : V lend (money) to, make loans/give credit; believe/think/accept as true/be sure;

[CREDO] : to believe/ trust, commit/ trust in, rely on/ think.

[CREDO] : to believe / trust, commit / trust in, rely on/ think.

[CREDO] : to believe.

[CREDRA, CREDRAE] : N a citrus fruit;

[CREDULITAS, CREDULITATIS] : N credulity, trustfulness; easiness of belief (l+s);

[CREDULITAS] : easiness of belief, just belief.

[CREDULUS, CREDULA, CREDULUM] : ADJ credulous, trusting, trustful; prone to believe/trust; full of confidence (l+s);

[CREDULUS] : full of confidence.

[CREMABILIS, CREMABILIS, CREMABILE] : ADJ combustible;

[CREMASTER, CREMASTEROS/IS] : N cremaster muscle; (muscle of the spermatic cord by which testicle is suspended);

[CREMATIO, CREMATIONIS] : N burning; consumption by fire (l+s); cremation;

[CREMATOR, CREMATORIS] : N burner, consumer by fire; (god);

[CREMENTUM, CREMENTI] : N increase, growth;

[CREMIALIS, CREMIALIS, CREMIALE] : ADJ suitable for firewood; (trees);

[CREMITO, CREMITARE, CREMITAVI, CREMITATUS] : V burn; cremate;

[CREMIUM, CREMII] : N firewood; (singular or collective); dry fire-wood (pl.), brush-wood l+s);

[CREMNOS, CREMNI] : N plant (unidentified);

[CREMO, CREMARE, CREMAVI, CREMATUS] : V burn (to ashes)/cremate; consume/destroy (fire); burn alive; make burnt offering

[CREMO] : to consume by fire.

[CREMOR, CREMORIS] : N gruel, pap, decoction; thick juice made by boiling grain or animal/vegetables);

[CREMUM, CREMI] : N gruel, pap, decoction; thick juice made by boiling grain or animal/vegetables);

[CRENA, CRENAE] : N notch; serration;

[CREO, CREARE, CREAVI, CREATUS] : V institute; conjure up; (pass) be born/spring from; be home/native of;

[CREO, CREARE, CREAVI, CREATUS] : V produce/bear fruit; bring about; cause to grow; elect, appoint, invest;

[CREO, CREARE, CREAVI, CREATUS] : V create/bring into being/make; procreate; beget/sire; give birth to;

[CREO] : to create, make.

[CREO] : to create, make

[CREPA, CREPAE] : N she-goat, nanny-goat; (caprae palus => on campus martius/circus flaminus site);

[CREPA, CREPAE] : N female goat;

[CREPATURA, CREPATURAE] : N fissure, crack;

[CREPAX, (GEN.), CREPACIS] : ADJ noisy; creaking;

[CREPER, CREPERA, CREPERUM] : ADJ obscure, doubtful, uncertain; dark, dusky (l+s); wavering;

[CREPERUM, CREPERI] : N darkness;

[CREPERUM] : darkness.

[CREPICULUM, CREPICULI] : N rattling ornament for the head;

[CREPIDA, CREPIDAE] : N slipper, sandal; (thick sole attached by straps, greek, affectation by romans);

[CREPIDARIUS, CREPIDARIA, CREPIDARIUM] : ADJ used in/concerned with making of crepidae (thick soled greek sandals);

[CREPIDARIUS, CREPIDARII] : N maker of crepidae (sandals);

[CREPIDATUS, CREPIDATA, CREPIDATUM] : ADJ wearing crepidae (thick soled greek sandals);

[CREPIDO, CREPIDINIS] : N pedestal/base/foundation; dam, retaining wall, bank; pier/quay, sidewalk; rim;

[CREPIDO] : (-inis) foundation, base / pedestal / pier, quay / dam

[CREPIDO] : (-inis) foundation, base/ pedestal/ pier, quay/ dam.

[CREPIDULA, CREPIDULAE] : N small boot/sandal;

[CREPIDULUM, CREPIDULI] : N rattling ornament for the head;

[CREPIS, CREPIDIS] : N small boot/sandal; some sort of prickly plant;

[CREPITACILLUM, CREPITACILLI] : N rattle; (child's); small rattle (l+s);

[CREPITACULUM, CREPITACULI] : N rattle; instrument for making a loud percussion; the sisteum of isis;

[CREPITACULUM] : a rattle.

[CREPITACULUM] : a rattle

[CREPITO, CREPITARE, CREPITAVI, CREPITATUS] : V rattle/clatter; rustle/crackle; produce rapid succession of sharp/shrill noises;

[CREPITO] : (-are) to rattle, creak, rustle.

[CREPITO] : (-are) to rattle, creak, rustle

[CREPITULUM, CREPITULI] : N rattling ornament for the head;

[CREPITUS, CREPITUS] : N rattling, rustling, crash (thunder); chattering (teeth); snap (fingers); fart;

[CREPO, CREPARE, CREPUI, CREPITUS] : V rattle/rustle/clatter; jingle/tinkle; snap (fingers); harp on, grumble at; fart;

[CREPTIO] : taking by force, seizure.

[CREPULUS, CREPULA, CREPULUM] : ADJ rattling; resounding; crashing;

[CREPUNDIA] : a toy, rattle, plaything.

[CREPUNDIA] : a toy, rattle, plaything

[CREPUNDIUM, CREPUNDI(I)] : N child's rattle/toy (pl.) (for id); childhood; amulet, religious emblem; cymbals;

[CREPUSCULASCENS, (GEN.), CREPUSCULASCENTIS] : ADJ growing dusk; dusky;

[CREPUSCULUM, CREPUSCULI] : N twilight, dusk; darkness (l+s);

[CREPUSCULUM] : dusk, twilight.

[CRESCENTIA, CRESCENTIAE] : N increase, lengthening; augmentation (l+s);

[CRESCIT AMOR NUMMI, QUANTUM IPSA PECUNIA CREVIT. ] : PHRASE the love of wealth grows as the wealth itself grew.

[CRESCO, CRESCERE, CREVI, CRETUS] : V thrive, increase (size/number/honor), multiply; ascend; attain, be promoted;

[CRESCO, CRESCERE, CREVI, CRETUS] : V come forth/to be; arise/spring (from); be born; become visible/great; grow (up);

[CRESCO] : (cretum) to grow, increase, expand/ spring forth, arise.

[CRESCO] : (cretum) to grow, increase, expand / spring forth, arise

[CRETA, CRETAE] : N clay/clayey soil; chalk; white/fuller's earth; paint/whitening; white goal line;

[CRETA] : chalk, fuller's earth

[CRETA] : chalk, fuller's earth.

[CRETACEUS, CRETACEA, CRETACEUM] : ADJ resembling chalk or pipe-clay; chalk-like, creataceous (l+s);

[CRETARIA, CRETARIAE] : N shop for chalk/cretan earth;

[CRETARIUS, CRETARIA, CRETARIUM] : ADJ dealing in chalk or pipe-clay; of/pertaining to chalk/cretan earth (l+s);

[CRETATUS, CRETATA, CRETATUM] : ADJ chalked, marked with chalk; in white; whitened with pipe-clay; powdered (woman);

[CRETATUS] : chalked, in white

[CRETATUS] : chalked, in white.

[CRETERRA, CRETERRAE] : N large bowl for water or wine;

[CRETEUS, CRETEA, CRETEUM] : ADJ made of clay/chalk;

[CRETHMOS, CRETHMI] : N plant (sampire) crethmum maritimum; sea fennel (l+s);

[CRETHMOS] : (fem.) samphire, rock fennel Crithmum maritimum (L.)

[CRETICUM] : ;

[CRETIFODINA, CRETIFODINAE] : N clay or chalk pit;

[CRETIO, CRETIONIS] : N declaration of acceptance of an inheritance; (terms of/clause on); heritage;

[CRETOSUS, CRETOSA, CRETOSUM] : ADJ abounding in chalk or clay; clayey;

[CRETOSUS] : abounding in chalk

[CRETOSUS] : abounding in chalk.

[CRETULA, CRETULAE] : N white clay for sealing;

[CRETULENTUM, CRETULENTI] : N right of fulling garments;

[CRETURA, CRETURAE] : N chaff, siftings of bran;

[CRETUS, CRETA, CRETUM] : ADJ born of; arisen/sprung/descended from;

[CRETUS] : descended from.

[CRIBARIUS, CRIBARIA, CRIBARIUM] : ADJ sifted;

[CRIBELLO, CRIBELLARE, CRIBELLAVI, CRIBELLATUS] : V sift, pass through a sieve;

[CRIBELLUM, CRIBELLI] : N small sieve;

[CRIBRARIUS, CRIBRARII] : N sieve maker;

[CRIBRARIUS, CRIBRARIA, CRIBRARIUM] : ADJ sifted;

[CRIBRO, CRIBRARE, CRIBRAVI, CRIBRATUS] : V sift, pass through a sieve;

[CRIBRO] : to sift.

[CRIBRUM, CRIBRI] : N sieve; (in ~ gerere => carry in a sieve/perform useless task); riddle (l+s);

[CRIBRUM] : sieve.

[CRICOTAS, CROCATAE] : N african animal; (prob. some sort of hyena);

[CRIMEN, CRIMINIS] : N indictment/charge/accusation; blame/reproach/slander; verdict/judgment (l+s);

[CRIMEN, CRIMINIS] : N sin/guilt; crime/offense/fault; cause of a crime, criminal (l+s); adultery;

[CRIMEN] : an accusation, charge/ fault, guilt, crim.

[CRIMEN] : an accusation, charge / fault, guilt, crime / cause of a crime

[CRIMEN] : cause of a crime.

[CRIMEN] : guilt.

[CRIMINALIS, CRIMINALIS, CRIMINALE] : ADJ criminal; (as opposed to civil); of/pertaining to crime (l+s);

[CRIMINALITER] : ADV according to criminal procedure; (legal term); criminally (l+s);

[CRIMINATIO, CRIMINATIONIS] : N accusation, complaint, charge, indictment; making of an accusation;

[CRIMINATIO] : accusation, charge, calumny.

[CRIMINATIO] : accusation, charge, calumny

[CRIMINATOR, CRIMINATORIS] : N accuser; slanderer;

[CRIMINATOR] : accuser.

[CRIMINATOR] : accuser

[CRIMINATRIX, CRIMINATRICIS] : N accuser (female); slanderer;

[CRIMINO, CRIMINARE, CRIMINAVI, CRIMINATUS] : V accuse, denounce; charge (with); allege with accusation; make accusations;

[CRIMINOR, CRIMINARI, -, CRIMINATUS SUM] : V accuse, denounce; charge (with); allege with accusation; make accusations;

[CRIMINOR] : to accuse/ complain of.

[CRIMINOR] : to accuse / complain of

[CRIMINOSE, CRIMINOSIUS, CRIMINISSIME] : ADV reproachfully, abusively, slanderously; a manner which invites accusation;

[CRIMINOSE] : reproachfully.

[CRIMINOSE] : reproachfully

[CRIMINOSUS, CRIMINOSI] : N guilty man;

[CRIMINOSUS, CRIMINOSA -UM, CRIMINOSIOR -OR -US, CRIMINOSISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ accusatory/reproachful; slanderous/vituperative; shameful/dishonoring/criminal;

[CRIMINOSUS] : slanderous, reproachful

[CRIMINOSUS] : slanderous, reproachful.

[CRINALE, CRINALIS] : N ornament for the hair; hair-comb (l+s);

[CRINALIS, CRINALIS, CRINALE] : ADJ worn in the hair; covered with hair-like filaments; of/pertaining to hair (l+s);

[CRINES] : hair, locks.

[crines] to cut hair.

[CRINIGER, CRINIGERA, CRINIGERUM] : ADJ long-haired; having long hair;

[CRININUS, CRININA, CRININUM] : ADJ lily-, made of lilies;

[CRINIO, CRINIRE, -, CRINITUS] : V deck/cover/provide with hair;

[CRINIS, CRINIS] : N hair; lock of hair, tress, plait; plume (helmet); tail of a comet;

[CRINIS] : hair.

[CRINIS] : hair/ tail of comet, rays of sun.

[CRINITUS, CRINITA, CRINITUM] : ADJ hairy; having long locks, long haired; (stella crinita => comet); hair-like;

[CRINITUS] : long haired

[CRINITUS] : long haired.

[CRINOMENON, CRINOMENI] : N point at issue in a dispute;

[CRINON, CRINI] : N variety of lily; kind of ointment/unguent (pl.);

[CRINUM, CRINI] : N variety of lily; kind of ointment/unguent (pl.);

[CRIOBOLIUM, CRIOBOLII] : N ram (as an offering);

[CRIPA, CRIPAE] : N plant (unidentified);

[CRISIMUS, CRISIMA, CRISIMUM] : ADJ critical, decisive; (~ dies => day of a crisis in disease);

[CRISIS, CRISOS/IS] : N judgment (literary); crisis, critical stage in one's life; decision (l+s);

[CRISO, CRISARE, CRISAVI, CRISATUS] : V move the haunches as in copulation (women); (rude);

[CRISPANS, (GEN.), CRISPANTIS] : ADJ curled; uneven, wrinkled; trembling (of an earthquake);

[CRISPANS] : wavy, curly

[CRISPANS] : wavy, curly.

[CRISPCANS, (GEN.), CRISPCANTIS] : ADJ curling, ruffling; (sea);

[CRISPICAPILLUS, CRISPICAPILLA, CRISPICAPILLUM] : ADJ having curled hair;

[CRISPICO, CRISPICARE, CRISPICAVI, CRISPICATUS] : V curl (hair); make/appear wavy; ripple; shake/brandish; tremble/quiver; wiggle;

[CRISPICULCANS, (GEN.), CRISPISULCANTIS] : ADJ wavy, undulating, serpentine;

[CRISPITUDO, CRISPITUDINIS] : N trembling/vibratory motion;

[CRISPO, CRISPARE, CRISPAVI, CRISPATUS] : V curl (hair); make/appear wavy; ripple; shake/brandish; tremble/quiver; wiggle;

[CRISPO] : (-are) to curl / move rapidly / brandish, wave

[CRISPO] : (-are) to curl/ move rapidly/ brandish, wave.

[CRISPULUS, CRISPULA, CRISPULUM] : ADJ having short curly hair; crisped/crimped; artificial/affected/elaborate (style);

[CRISPUS, CRISPA, CRISPUM] : ADJ curled/curly; trembling/vibrating; uneven/wrinkled/twisted; elegant (style);

[CRISPUS] : curly-haired, curly / trembling, quivering, shaking

[CRISPUS] : curly-haired, curly/ trembling, quivering, shaking.

[CRISSO, CRISSARE, CRISSAVI, CRISSATUS] : V move the haunches as in copulation (women); (rude);

[CRISTA, CRISTAE] : N crest/comb (bird/beast); plume (helmet); plant yellow-rattle; clitoris (l+s);

[CRISTA] : crest, plume/ rooster's comb.

[CRISTA] : crest, plume / rooster's comb

[CRISTATUS, CRISTATA, CRISTATUM] : ADJ tufted, crested; having a comb/tuft on head; (~ ales => cock); plumed;

[CRISTATUS, CRISTATI] : N one who wares a plumed helmet; head of penis (rude) (sex);

[CRISTATUS] : crested, plumed

[CRISTATUS] : crested, plumed.

[CRISTULA, CRISTULAE] : N small comb; (on head of a hen); small tuft (l+s);

[CRITA, CRITAE] : N judges among the hebrews;

[CRITHE, CRITHES] : N sty, swelling on the eyelid;

[CRITHOLOGIA, CRITHOLOGIAE] : N gathering of barley;

[CRITICUM, CRITICI] : N literary criticism (pl.);

[CRITICUS, CRITICA, CRITICUM] : ADJ critical; decisive;

[CRITICUS, CRITICI] : N literary critic;

[CROBYLOS, CROBYLI] : N topknot, roll of hair knotted on the crown of the head;

[CROCA, CROCAE] : N filament of a stamen;

[CROCALLIS, CROCALLIDIS] : N precious stone (unidentified); (cherry-shaped l+s);

[CROCATIO, CROCATIONIS] : N croaking; (of ravens l+s);

[CROCATUS, CROCATA, CROCATUM] : ADJ saffron-colored; (yellow);

[CROCCIO, CROCCIRE,] : V croak/caw (like a raven);

[CROCEUS, CROCEA, CROCEUM] : ADJ yellow, golden; saffron colored; of saffron or its oil, saffron-;

[CROCEUS] : yellow, golden, saffron-colored, of saffron.

[CROCEUS] : yellow, golden, saffron-colored, of saffron

[CROCIAS, CROCIAE] : N precious stone (unidentified); (yellow/saffron-colored l+s);

[CROCIDISMUS, CROCIDISMI] : N picking off of flocks (of wool);

[CROCINO, CROCINARE, CROCINAVI, CROCINATUS] : V anoint with saffron-ointment;

[CROCINUM, CROCINI] : N saffron oil used as a perfume; color of saffron, saffron-yellow (l+s);

[CROCINUS, CROCINA, CROCINUM] : ADJ of/made from saffron; saffron colored, yellow;

[CROCINUS] : yellow, saffron-colored / saffron oil

[CROCINUS] : yellow, saffron-colored/ saffron oil.

[CROCIO, CROCIRE,] : V croak/caw (like a raven);

[CROCIS, CROCIDIS] : N plant; (perh. one of the catchflies silene);

[CROCITO, CROCITARE, CROCITAVI, CROCITATUS] : V croak/caw (like a raven); (loudly l+s);

[CROCITUS, CROCITUS] : N croaking of the raven;

[CROCO, CROCARE, CROCAVI, CROCATUS] : V dye saffron-yellow;

[CROCODES, CROCODIS] : N eye-slave made from saffron; (old says neuter);

[CROCODILEA, CROCODILEAE] : N eye-salve (extracted from intestines of crocodile); crocodile excrement (l+s);

[CROCODILEON, CROCODILEI] : N prickly sea-shore plant; (so called because of the rough skin of its stalk);

[CROCODILEON, CROCODILEI] : N some prickly sea-shore plant;

[CROCODILION, CROCODILII] : N plant; (so called because of the rough skin of its stalk);

[CROCODILLINA, CROCODILLINAE] : N dialectical puzzle about a crocodile; crocodile-conclusion;

[CROCODILLOS, CROCODILLI] : N crocodile; land reptile, nile monitor;

[CROCODILLUS, CROCODILLI] : N crocodile; land reptile, nile monitor;

[CROCODILOS, CROCODILI] : N crocodile; land reptile, nile monitor;

[CROCODILUS, CROCODILI] : N crocodile; land reptile, nile monitor;

[CROCODILUS] : crocodile

[CROCODILUS] : crocodile.

[CROCOFANTIA, CROCOFANTIAE] : N saffron-colored dress; (worn by women and effeminate men);

[CROCOMAGMA, CROCOMAGMATIS] : N residue left after refining saffron oil;

[CROCOPHANTIA, CROCOPHANTIAE] : N saffron-colored dress; (worn by women and effeminate men);

[CROCOTA, CROCOTAE] : N saffron-colored dress; (worn by women and effeminate men);

[CROCOTARIUS, CROCOTARIA, CROCOTARIUM] : ADJ of/concerned with saffron-colored robes/dresses; (worn by women/effeminate men);

[CROCOTILLUS, CROCOTILLA, CROCOTILLUM] : ADJ very thin;

[CROCOTTA, CROCOTTAE] : N wild animal of ethiopia; (unidentified); (perh. hyena);

[CROCOTULA, CROCOTULAE] : N saffron-colored woman's dress/robe; (saffron-colored court robe l+s);

[CROCOTULA] : saffron-colored robe.

[CROCOTULA] : saffron-colored robe

[CROCUFANTIA, CROCUFANTIAE] : N saffron-colored dress; (worn by women and effeminate men);

[CROCUM, CROCI] : N filament of a stamen; yellow anther (stamen part containing pollen/medicinal);

[CROCUM, CROCI] : N saffron color/dye/oil/perfume (theater); crocus/saffron (crocus sativus);

[CROCUM] : -i, (neut.) saffron, used in medicines, as a spice and in perfumes Celsus, SpencerOvid, Cassell

[CROCUS, CROCI] : N filament of a stamen; yellow anther (stamen part containing pollen/medicinal);

[CROCUS, CROCI] : N crocus/saffron (crocus sativus); its oil; saffron-color (l+s); yellow stamens;

[CROCUS] : crocus, saffron / yellow, saffron-colored

[CROCUS] : crocus, saffron/ yellow, saffron-colored.

[CROCUS] : -i, (masc.) saffron, used in medicines, as a spice and in perfumes Celsus, Spencer; Ovid, Cassell

[CROCUTA, CROCUTAE] : N wild animal of ethiopia; (unidentified); (perh. hyena);

[CROCYFANTIUM, CROCYFANTII] : N kind of woven ornament for the head (pl.);

[CROMA, CROMAE] : N instrument for taking bearings to fix lines of orientation; (surveying);

[CROSMIS, CROSMIS] : N kind of sage;

[CROTAL, CROTALIS] : N ear-rings (pl.); ear pendants of several loosely hanging/rattling pearls;

[CROTALI, CROTALIIS] : N ear-rings (pl.); ear pendants of several loosely hanging/rattling pearls;

[CROTALIA] : ear-rings

[CROTALIA] : ear-rings.

[CROTALISSO, CROTALISSARE, CROTALISSAVI, CROTALISSATUS] : V clack/sound/rattle with castanets;

[CROTALISTRIA, CROTALISTRIAE] : N castanet-dancer (female); (applied to stork from the rattling sound it makes);

[CROTALUM, CROTALI] : N castanet, kind used to accompany (wanton) dance; rattle/clapper/bell;

[CROTAPHOS, CROTAPHI] : N pain in the temples;

[CROTO, CROTONIS] : N castor-oil tree (ricinus communis);

[CROTOLO, CROTOLARE, CROTOLAVI, CROTOLATUS] : V clack, make the characteristic sound of the stork;

[CROTON, CROTONIS] : N castor-oil tree (ricinus communis);

[CROYSIDIA, CROYSIDIAE] : N another name for plant minyas;

[CRUCIABILIS, CRUCIABILIS, CRUCIABILE] : ADJ agonizing/painful/tormenting/excruciating, characterized by extreme pain/anguish

[CRUCIABILITAS, CRUCIABILITATIS] : N torment, torture; agony;

[CRUCIABILITER] : ADV with torture; (excruciatingly?);

[CRUCIABUNDUS, CRUCIABUNDA, CRUCIABUNDUM] : ADJ tormenting, torturing; painful; agonizing;

[CRUCIAMEN, CRUCIAMINIS] : N torture, torment, pain;

[CRUCIAMENTUM, CRUCIAMENTI] : N torture, torment; pain;

[CRUCIAMENTUM] : torture, torment

[CRUCIAMENTUM] : torture, torment.

[CRUCIARIUS, CRUCIARI(I)] : N crucified person; one deserving crucifixion/fit for the gallows, gallows-bird;

[CRUCIARIUS, CRUCIARIA, CRUCIARIUM] : ADJ of/pertaining to the cross/torture; full of torture (l+s);

[CRUCIATIO, CRUCIATIONIS] : N torturing; torture;

[CRUCIATOR, CRUCIATORIS] : N tormenter, torturer;

[CRUCIATORIUS, CRUCIATORIA, CRUCIATORIUM] : ADJ full of torture;

[CRUCIATUS, CRUCIATUS] : N torture/cruelty; torture form/apparatus; suffering, severe physical/mental pain;

[CRUCIATUS] : torture, torment

[CRUCIATUS] : torture, torment.

[CRUCIFER, CRUCIFERI] : N cross-bearer; (christ);

[CRUCIFIGO, CRUCIFIGERE, CRUCIFIXI, CRUCIFIXUS] : V crucify; attach to a cross;

[CRUCIFIXIO, CRUCIFIXIONIS] : N crucifixion; (act of putting to death by nailing to a cross);

[CRUCIFIXOR, CRUCIFIXORIS] : N crucifer (attendant who carries a cross in procession), cross-bearer; (christ);

[CRUCIFIXUS, CRUCIFIXA, CRUCIFIXUM] : ADJ crucified;

[CRUCIO, CRUCIARE, CRUCIAVI, CRUCIATUS] : V torment, torture; cause grief/anguish; suffer torture; grieve, be in agony;

[CRUCIO] : to be afflicted.

[CRUCIO] : to torture, torment

[CRUCIO] : to torture, torment.

[CRUDARIUS, CRUDARIA, CRUDARIUM] : ADJ outcropping; (of a vein of silver); vein of silver that lies on surface (l+s);

[CRUDELE, CRUDELIUS, CRUDELISSIME] : ADV cruelly, harshly, severely, unmercifully, savagely, fiercely;

[CRUDELIS, CRUDELE, CRUDELIOR -OR -US, CRUDELISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ cruel/hardhearted/unmerciful/severe, bloodthirsty/savage/inhuman; harsh/bitter;

[CRUDELIS] : cruel

[CRUDELIS] : cruel.

[CRUDELITAS, CRUDELITATIS] : N cruelty/barbarity, harshness/severity, savagery/inhumanity; instance of cruelty;

[CRUDELITAS] : cruelty, inhumanity

[CRUDELITAS] : cruelty, inhumanity.

[CRUDELITER, CRUDELIUS, CRUDELISSIME] : ADV cruelly, savagely, relentlessly; with cruel effect;

[CRUDELITER] : cruelly.

[CRUDELITER] : cruely

[CRUDELITER] : in a cruel manner.

[CRUDESCO, CRUDESCERE, CRUDUI] : V become fierce/violent/savage/hard; (of persons/battle/disease); grow worse (l+s)

[CRUDESCO] : to become violent, become hard

[CRUDESCO] : to become violent, become hard.

[CRUDITAS, CRUDITATIS] : N indigestion; inability to digest; too full stomach; undigested food; bitterness;

[CRUDITAS] : an overly full stomach

[CRUDITAS] : an overly full stomach.

[CRUDITATIO, CRUDITATIONIS] : N indigestion, overloading of the stomach;

[CRUDITO, CRUDITARE, CRUDITAVI, CRUDITATUS] : V suffer from indigestion;

[CRUDUS, CRUDA -UM, CRUDIOR -OR -US, CRUDISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ raw; bloody/bleeding; crude, cruel, rough, merciless; fierce/savage; grievous;

[CRUDUS, CRUDA -UM, CRUDIOR -OR -US, CRUDISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ youthful/hardy/vigorous; fresh/green/immature; undigested; w/undigested food;

[CRUDUS] : bleeding / raw, uncooked / unripe / unprepared food

[CRUDUS] : bleeding/ raw, uncooked/ unripe/ unprepared food.

[CRUDUS] : green, fresh, immature, untimely / undigested / harsh

[CRUDUS] : green, fresh, immature, untimely/ undigested/ harsh.

[CRUENTATIO, CRUENTATIONIS] : N staining with blood;

[CRUENTATUS, CRUENTATA, CRUENTATUM] : ADJ bloodstained, besplattered;

[CRUENTE, CRUENTIUS, CRUENTISSIME] : ADV savagely, bloodthirstily; cruelly, severely (l+s);

[CRUENTER] : ADV savagely, bloodthirstily; cruelly, severely (l+s);

[CRUENTIFER, CRUENTIFERA, CRUENTIFERUM] : ADJ bloody;

[CRUENTO, CRUENTARE, CRUENTAVI, CRUENTATUS] : V make/dye blood-red; soak/besplatter with any liquid; tinge with red (l+s);

[CRUENTO, CRUENTARE, CRUENTAVI, CRUENTATUS] : V stain/spot/mark with blood; cause to bleed, wound; pollute with blood-guilt;

[CRUENTO] : to make bloody, stain with blood.

[CRUENTUS, CRUENTA -UM, CRUENTIOR -OR -US, CRUENTISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ bloodthirsty, insatiably cruel, savage; accompanied by/involving bloodshed;

[CRUENTUS, CRUENTA -UM, CRUENTIOR -OR -US, CRUENTISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ bloody/bleeding/discharging blood; gory; blood red; polluted w/blood-guilt;

[CRUENTUS] : bloody, bloodthirsty, blood-red

[CRUENTUS] : bloody, bloodthirsty, blood-red.

[CRUMENA, CRUMENAE] : N pouch, purse; small money-bag; store/supply of money/cash, funds, resources;

[CRUMENS] : bag, purse / funds, store of cash

[CRUMENS] : bag, purse/ funds, store of cash.

[CRUMILLA, CRUMILLAE] : N small/little purse;

[CRUMINA, CRUMINAE] : N pouch, purse; small money-bag; store/supply of money/cash, funds, resources;

[CRUMINO, CRUMINARE, CRUMINAVI, CRUMINATUS] : V fill like a purse;

[CRUOR, CRUORIS] : N blood; (fresh/clotted from wound); (spilt in battle); vegetable/other juice;

[CRUOR, CRUORIS] : N gore; murder/bloodshed/slaughter; blood (general); stream of blood (l+s);

[CRUOR] : blood, gore.

[CRUOR] : cruoris ; bloodshed, murder, slaughter, gore

[CRUOR] : cruoris ; bloodshed, murder, slaughter, gore.

[CRUPPELLARIUS, CRUPPELLARI(I)] : N fighter encased in armor from head to foot; harnessed gallic combatants (l+s);

[CRUPTA, CRUPTAE] : N crypt/underground room for rites; vault, grotto, covered gallery/passage/arcade;

[CRUR, CRURIS] : leg, shank, shin, also foot

[CRURALIS, CRURALIS, CRURALE] : ADJ of the shin; (fasciae ~ => puttees/leggings); belonging to the legs (l+s);

[CRURICREPIDA, CRURICREPIDAE] : N one who has chains clanking about his legs, rattle-shin; slave fighting name;

[CRURIFRAGIUS, CRURIFRAGII] : N one whose legs/shins are broken;

[CRUS, CRURIS] : leg, shank, shin, also foot.

[CRUS, CRURIS] : N leg; shank; shin; main stem of shrub, stock; upright support of a bridge;

[CRUSMA, CRUSMATIS] : N tune, musical air; tune played on a stringed instrument (l+s);

[CRUSMATICUS, CRUSMATICA, CRUSMATICUM] : ADJ suitable for playing on a musical instrument;

[CRUSTA, CRUSTAE] : N cup holder, embossed work; inlay; plaster/stucco/mosaic work (l+s);

[CRUSTA, CRUSTAE] : N rind/shell/peel/bark/crust, hard surface; scab; leaf/flake/thin slab (mineral);

[CRUSTA] : rind, peel, bark, shell/ inlay, embossing.

[CRUSTA] : rind, peel, bark, shell / inlay, embossing

[CRUSTALLINUM, CRUSTALLINI] : N vessel made of crystal;

[CRUSTALLINUS, CRUSTALLINA, CRUSTALLINUM] : ADJ made of crystal; resembling crystal in appearance/quality;

[CRUSTALLOS, CRUSTALLI] : N ice; rock crystal; crystal drinking cup; crystal-ware (pl.);

[CRUSTALLUM, CRUSTALLI] : N ice; rock crystal; crystal drinking cup; crystal-ware (pl.); crystal-like thing;

[CRUSTALLUS, CRUSTALLI] : N ice; rock crystal; crystal drinking cup; crystal-ware (pl.);

[CRUSTARIUS, CRUSTARIA, CRUSTARIUM] : ADJ of/pertaining to/selling encrusted/embossed ware (shops);

[CRUSTARIUS, CRUSTARII] : N one who makes embossed/chased figures;

[CRUSTATUM, CRUSTATI] : N crustacean; animal with a hard shell; shellfish (l+s);

[CRUSTO, CRUSTARE, CRUSTAVI, CRUSTATUS] : V encrust/cover w/layer/coating/plaster; emboss/carve/decorate w/relief/embossing;

[CRUSTOSUS, CRUSTOSA -UM, CRUSTOSIOR -OR -US, CRUSTOSISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ encrusted, covered with a hard crust/rind;

[CRUSTULA, CRUSTULAE] : N little rind/shell/crust;

[CRUSTULARIUS, CRUSTULARI(I)] : N confectioner, seller/maker of cakes;

[CRUSTULUM, CRUSTULI] : N small cake/pastry, cookie; confectionery (l+s);

[CRUSTULUM] : pastery, cookie.

[CRUSTULUM] : pastery, cookie

[CRUSTUM, CRUSTI] : N pastry, cake; anything baked (l+s);

[CRUSTUM] : bread, cake.

[CRUSTUM] : bread, cake

[CRUSULUM, CRUSULI] : N small leg/shank;

[CRUX CRUCIS] : cross

[CRUX CRUCIS] : cross.

[CRUX, CRUCIS] : N cross; hanging tree; impaling stake; crucifixion; torture/torment/trouble/misery

[CRYPTA, CRYPTAE] : N crypt/underground room for rites; vault, grotto, covered gallery/passage/arcade;

[CRYPTARIUS, CRYPTARI(I)] : N crypt-keeper, caretaker of covered gallery where gladiators practiced;

[CRYPTICUS, CRYPTICA, CRYPTICUM] : ADJ covered, concealed;

[CRYPTOPORTICUS, CRYPTOPORTICUS] : N cloister, covered gallery/passage; vault, hall (l+s);

[CRYSTALLINUM, CRYSTALLINI] : N vessel made of crystal;

[CRYSTALLINUS, CRYSTALLINA, CRYSTALLINUM] : ADJ made of crystal; resembling crystal in appearance/quality;

[CRYSTALLINUS] : of crystal.

[CRYSTALLINUS] : of crystal

[CRYSTALLION, CRYSTALLII] : N plant; (prob. plantago psyllium); (also called psyllion l+s);

[CRYSTALLOIDES, CRYSTALLOIDES, CRYSTALLOIDES] : ADJ crystalline; crystal-like (l+s);

[CRYSTALLOS, CRYSTALLI] : N ice; rock crystal; crystal drinking cup; crystal-ware (pl.);

[CRYSTALLUM, CRYSTALLI] : N ice; rock crystal; crystal drinking cup; crystal-ware (pl.); crystal-like thing;

[CRYSTALLUS, CRYSTALLI] : N ice; rock crystal; crystal drinking cup; crystal-ware (pl.);

[CRYSTALUS] : crystallus ; a crystal, crystal drinking cup

[CRYSTALUS] : crystallus ; a crystal, crystal drinking cup.

[CUBANS, (GEN.), CUBANTIS] : ADJ lying, resting on the ground; low lying; sagging, sloping, liable to subside;

[CUBANS] : sloping

[CUBANS] : sloping.

[CUBATIO, CUBATIONIS] : N action of lying down;

[CUBATOR, CUBATORIS] : N one who lies down;

[CUBI] : ADV at any place; on any occasion; (w/ne necubi => lest at any place/occasion);

[CUBICULARIS, CUBICULARIS, CUBICULARE] : ADJ of a bedroom, pertaining to a bedroom;

[CUBICULARIS] : pertaining to a bedroom

[CUBICULARIS] : pertaining to a bedroom.

[CUBICULARIUS, CUBICULARIA, CUBICULARIUM] : ADJ of a bedroom, pertaining to a bedroom;

[CUBICULARIUS, CUBICULARI(I)] : N valet-de-chambre, bed-chamber servant; chamberlain, head of chamber servants;

[CUBICULARIUS] : bed-chamber servant, chamberlain.

[CUBICULATA, CUBICULATAE] : N ship equipped with sleeping apartments/staterooms;

[CUBICULATUS, CUBICULATA, CUBICULATUM] : ADJ equipped with sleeping apartments/staterooms (ship);

[CUBICULUM, CUBICULI] : N bed (any sort); any room; emperor's box; inner shrine of temple; tomb/sepulcher

[CUBICULUM, CUBICULI] : N bedroom; sleeping chamber/apartment/suite; (as scene of marital/other sex);

[CUBICULUM] : bedroom, sleeping chamber.

[CUBICUS, CUBICA, CUBICUM] : ADJ cubic, cubical; of cubes;

[CUBILE, CUBILIS] : N bed, couch, seat; marriage bed; lair, den, nest, pen, hive of bees; base, bed;

[CUBILE] : bed, (marriage bed)/ lair, den, nest/ hive of bees/ seat.

[CUBILE] : bed, (marriage bed) / lair, den, nest / hive of bees / seat

[CUBITAL, CUBITALIS] : N elbow cushion; cushion for leaning on (l+s);

[CUBITALIS, CUBITALIS, CUBITALE] : ADJ cubit long/broad/high; (elbow to finger tip, roman cubit = 17.4 inches); elbow-;

[CUBITALIS] : a cubit long.

[CUBITALIS] : a cubit long

[CUBITIO, CUBITIONIS] : N reclining/lying down;

[CUBITISSIM] : ADV lying down?;

[CUBITO, CUBITARE, CUBITAVI, CUBITATUS] : V recline, lie down, take rest, sleep; lie down often; lie/sleep (sexual);

[CUBITO] : to lie down often

[CUBITO] : to lie down often.

[CUBITOR, CUBITORIS] : N one who lies down; (on the job); (of an ox refusing to work);

[CUBITORIUS, CUBITORIA, CUBITORIUM] : ADJ suitable for reclining in at dinner; of a reclining posture (l+s);

[CUBITUM IRE] : to go to bed, retire.

[CUBITUM IRE] : to go to bed, retire

[CUBITUM, CUBITI] : N elbow; forearm; ulna; cubit (length - 17.4 inches); elbow bend/pipe;

[CUBITUM] : the elbow/ a cubit.

[CUBITUM] : the elbow / a cubit

[CUBITURA, CUBITURAE] : N state/action of reclining/lying down/taking rest; bed, couch;

[CUBITUS, CUBITI] : N elbow; forearm; ulna; cubit (length - 17.4 inches); elbow bend/pipe;

[CUBITUS, CUBITUS] : N state/action of reclining/lying down/taking rest; bed, couch;

[CUBITUS] : cubitus ; a lying down, rest.

[CUBITUS] : cubitus ; a lying down, rest

[CUBO, CUBARE, CUBUI, CUBITUS] : V lie (down/asleep); recline, incline; lie/be in bed, rest/sleep; be sick/dead;

[CUBO] : to lie down, recline / be ill in bed

[CUBO] : to lie down, recline/ be ill in bed.

[CUBUS, CUBI] : N cube (geometric figure), die/dice; lump; cubic number;

[CUCCUBIO, CUCCUBIRE,] : V hoot; (of owls);

[CUCCURU] : INTERJ cock-a-doodle-doo!

[CUCI, UNDECLINED] : N doum-palm (hyphanae thebaica);

[CUCUBALUS, CUCUBALI] : N plant; strychnon; (of the nightshade family); (also called strumus l+s);

[CUCUBO, CUCUBARE, CUCUBAVI, CUCUBATUS] : V hoot; (of the screech owl);

[CUCULIO, CUCULIONIS] : N hood, kind of headgear;

[CUCULLA, CUCULLAE] : N hood, cowl; covering for the head; cap (l+s); conical wrapper/case (goods);

[CUCULLA] : cowl.

[CUCULLATUS, CUCULLATA, CUCULLATUM] : ADJ hooded, having a hood;

[CUCULLIO, CUCULLIONIS] : N hood, kind of headgear;

[CUCULLIUNCULUM, CUCULLIUNCULI] : N small hood;

[CUCULLUS, CUCULLI] : N hood, cowl; covering for the head; cap (l+s); conical wrapper/case (goods);

[CUCULLUS, CUCULLI] : N plant; strychnon; (of the nightshade family);

[CUCULO, CUCULARE, CUCULAVI, CUCULATUS] : V utter the cry of the cuckoo;

[CUCULUS, CUCULI] : N cuckoo (bird); fool, ninny; cuckold; bastard;

[CUCUMA, CUCUMAE] : N large cooking vessel/kettle; (humorously a small bath);

[CUCUMELLA, CUCUMELLAE] : N small vessel/kettle;

[CUCUMERACEUS, CUCUMERACEA, CUCUMERACEUM] : ADJ cucumber-like; of a cucumber;

[CUCUMERARIUM, CUCUMERARII] : N cucumber field; (translation of the hebrew);

[CUCUMIS, CUCUMERIS] : N cucumber (plant/fruit); kind of marine animal (sea cucumber?);

[CUCUMULA, CUCUMULAE] : N cooking vessel (small);

[CUCURBITA, CUCURBITAE] : N gourd (plant/fruit) (cucurbitaceae); dolt/pumpkin-head; cup, cupping-glass;

[CUCURBITARIUS, CUCURBITARII] : N gourd planter;

[CUCURBITATIO, CUCURBITATIONIS] : N cupping; (medical);

[CUCURBITINUS, CUCURBITINA, CUCURBITINUM] : ADJ variety of pear or fig, (gourd-pear); gourd-like, gourd-;

[CUCURBITIVUS, CUCURBITIVA, CUCURBITIVUM] : ADJ variety of pear or fig, gourd-;

[CUCURBITULA, CUCURBITULAE] : N bitter gourd (plant/fruit)(cucurbitaceae); dolt/pumpkinhead; cupping-glass+use;

[CUCURBITULARIS, CUCURBITULARIS] : N field cypress; (chamaepitys);

[CUCURRIO, CUCURRIRE,] : V crow; (of cocks);

[CUCURRU] : INTERJ cock-a-doodle-doo!

[CUCUS, CUCI] : N daw, jackdaw (corvus monedula?); (might be used of a fool/sluggard/slut);

[CUCUTIUM, CUCUTII] : N kind of hood;

[CUDO, CUDERE, CUDI, CUSUS] : V beat/pound/thresh; forge/stamp/hammer (metal); make by beating/striking, coin;

[CUDO, CUDONIS] : N helmet; (made of raw skin l+s);

[CUFERION, CUFERII] : N nose bleed; (disease of horses);

[CUI BONO? ] : PHRASE to whose profit?

[CUI PECCARE LICET PECCAT MINUS. ] : PHRASE one who is allowed to sin, sins less.

[CUI] : (fem. sing. dat.) IN WHICH (province) did you live?

[CUI] : (fem. sing. dat.) IN WHICH (province) did you live?.

[CUI] : (masc. sing. dat.) TO WHOM did you give it?

[CUI] : (masc. sing. dat.) TO WHOM did you give it?.

[CUI] : (neut. sing. dat.) (the monster), TO WHOM the cattle belonged.

[CUICUIMODI] : ADV of what kind/sort/nature soever;

[CUIMODI] : ADV of what kind/sort/nature soever;

[CUIUS] : (fem. sing. gen.) (the queen), the vices OF WHOM were many.

[CUIUS] : (masc. sing. gen.) (the saint) WHOSE virtues were many.

[CUIUS] : (neut. sing. gen) (the building) the size OF WHICH was great.

[CUIUSMODI] : of what kind.

[CUIUSVIS HOMINIS EST ERRARE, NULLIUS NISI INSIPIENTIS IN ERRORE PERSEVERARE] : PHRASE anybody can err, but only the fool persists in his fault.

[CUJAS, (GEN.), CUJATIS] : ADJ of what country/town/locality?; whence? (l+s);

[CUJATIS, (GEN.), CUJATIS] : ADJ of what country/town/locality?; whence? (l+s);

[CUJUS, CUJA, CUJUM] : ADJ of whom?, whose?; (interrogative); of/to whom, whose (relative);

[CUJUSCEMODI] : ADV of what kind/sort/nature soever;

[CUJUSCUJUSMODI] : ADV of what kind/sort/nature soever;

[CUJUSDAMMODI] : ADV of some sort;

[CUJUSMODI] : ADV of what kind/sort/nature soever;

[CUJUSMODICUMQUE] : ADV of whatever kind/sort/nature;

[CUJUSQUEMODI] : ADV of whatever kind/sort/nature;

[CULCITA, CULCITAE] : N stuffed (feathers/wool/hair) mattress/pillow/cushion for a bed/couch; eye patch;

[CULCITARIUS, CULCITARII] : N cushion maker;

[CULCITELIA, CULCITELIAE] : N small/little stuffed mattress/cushion (for a bed/couch);

[CULCITRA, CULCITRAE] : N stuffed (feathers/wool/hair) mattress/pillow/cushion for a bed/couch; eye patch;

[CULCITULA, CULCITULAE] : N small/little stuffed mattress/cushion (for a bed/couch);

[CULCULARE, CULCULARIS] : N fly-net, mosquito net; screen;

[CULEARIS, CULEARIS, CULEARE] : ADJ holding a culleus; (20 amphorae); (120 gallons);

[CULEUS, CULEI] : N leather sack in which parricides were sewn up and drowned; this punishment;

[CULEUS, CULEI] : N leather sack (wine/liquid); liquid measure (20 amphorae/120 gallons);

[CULEX, CULICIS] : N gnat, midge, similar insect; (poem by virgil); moving spots before eyes (pl.);

[CULEX, CULICIS] : N plant (unidentified);

[CULIBONIA, CULIBONIAE] : N prostitute offering anal intercourse; (rude);

[CULICELLUS, CULICELLI] : N tiny gnat; (or insignificant person);

[CULICULUS, CULICULI] : N tiny gnat; (or insignificant person);

[CULIGNA, CULIGNAE] : N small vessel/cup; cupful;

[CULILLA, CULILLAE] : N drinking vessel/beaker/goblet or its contents; (originally sacrificial vessel);

[CULILLUS, CULILLI] : N drinking vessel/beaker/goblet or its contents; (originally sacrificial vessel);

[CULINA, CULINAE] : N kitchen; portable kitchen; food/fare/board; cooking; place for burnt offerings;

[CULINARIUS, CULINARIA, CULINARIUM] : ADJ of/pertaining to the kitchen, culinary, kitchen-;

[CULINARIUS, CULINARI(I)] : N kitchen servant;

[CULIOLA, CULIOLAE] : N prostitute offering anal intercourse; (rude);

[CULIX, CULICIS] : N plant (unidentified);

[CULLEARIS, CULLEARIS, CULLEARE] : ADJ holding a culleus; (20 amphorae); (120 gallons);

[CULLEARIUS, CULLEARI(I)] : N maker/seller of leather sacks (cullei);

[CULLEUM, CULLEI] : N leather sack in which parricides were sewn up and drowned; this punishment;

[CULLEUM, CULLEI] : N leather sack (wine/liquid); liquid measure (20 amphorae/120 gallons);

[CULLEUS, CULLEI] : N leather sack in which parricides were sewn up and drowned; this punishment;

[CULLEUS, CULLEI] : N leather sack (wine/liquid); liquid measure (20 amphorae/120 gallons);

[CULLIOLUM, CULLIOLI] : N small leather sack?; skin of a green nut/walnut?;

[CULLUS, CULLI] : N type of windlass using leather;

[CULMEN, CULMINIS] : N height/peak/top/summit/zenith; roof, gable, ridge-pole; head, chief; 'keystone';

[CULMEN] : summit, pillar.

[CULMEUS, CULMEA, CULMEUM] : ADJ of straw;

[CULMINALIS, CULMINALIS, CULMINALE] : ADJ of the heights; (perh. of jupiter);

[CULMOSUS, CULMOSA, CULMOSUM] : ADJ stalk-like; (~ fratres => stalk-like brothers => sprung from the dragon teeth);

[CULMUS, CULMI] : N stalk, stem (of cereal grass/others); hay; straw; thatch;

[CULO, CULARE, CULAVI, CULATUS] : V drive, thrust, shove; (perh. slang); push (one) by/in the culus (sex) (rude);

[CULPA, CULPAE] : N offense; error; (sense of) guilt; fault/defect (moral/other); sickness/injury;

[CULPA, CULPAE] : N fault/blame/responsibility (w/gen); crime (esp. against chastity); negligence;

[CULPA] : fault, blame, (esp. aginst chastity).

[CULPA] : fault.

[CULPABILIS, CULPABILE, CULPABILIOR -OR -US, CULPABILISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ reprehensible, deserving of censure; worthy of blame (l+s); culpable, criminal;

[CULPABILITER, CULPABILIUS, CULPABILISSIME] : ADV culpably; criminally;

[CULPANDUM, CULPANDI] : N things (pl.) deserving censure;

[CULPATIO, CULPATIONIS] : N censure, rebuke; reproach, blame (l+s);

[CULPATUS, CULPATA -UM, CULPATIOR -OR -US, CULPATISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ reprehensible, deserving of censure; corrupted (l+s);

[CULPITO, CULPITARE, CULPITAVI, CULPITATUS] : V censure, find fault with; blame/reproach severely/harshly (l+s);

[CULPO, CULPARE, CULPAVI, CULPATUS] : V blame, find fault with, censure, reproach, reprove, disapprove; accuse, condemn;

[CULPO] : to blam, censure, accuse.

[CULTE, CULTIUS, CULTISSIME] : ADV elegantly, smartly, stylishly; (of oratorical style); with polish/refinement;

[CULTELLATUS, CULTELLATA, CULTELLATUM] : ADJ shaped like a small knife;

[CULTELLO, CULTELLARE, CULTELLAVI, CULTELLATUS] : V make in shape of a knife; level ground by the coulter (vertical blade on plow);

[CULTELLO, CULTELLARE, CULTELLAVI, CULTELLATUS] : V measure horizontal distances over rough ground with vertical rods;

[CULTELLULUS, CULTELLULI] : N little/small knife;

[CULTELLUS, CULTELLI] : N little/small knife; peg/pin; dagger (bee);

[CULTELLUS] : a little knife.

[CULTER, CULTRI] : N knife; (weapon/sacrificial/hunt/trim); pruner edge; spear point; plowshare (l+s)

[CULTER] : cultri ; plough-coulter.

[CULTIO, CULTIONIS] : N cultivation/tillage; ground preparation (l+s); agriculture; veneration/reverence

[CULTOR, CULTORIS] : N inhabitant; husbandman/cultivator/grower; supporter; worshiper; who has interest

[CULTOR] : cultivator, worshipper.

[CULTOR] : cultivator, planter/ with gen.= resident, inhabitant.

[CULTOR] : cultivator, planter / with gen.= resident, inhabitant.

[CULTRARIUS, CULTRARI(I)] : N official at a sacrifice who wields the knife; slayer of the victim (l+s);

[CULTRATUS, CULTRATA, CULTRATUM] : ADJ shaped like a knife;

[CULTRIX, CULTRICIS] : N female inhabitant; female worshiper/adherent/devotee; she who follows/promotes;

[CULTUM, CULTI] : N cultivated/tilled/farmed lands (pl.); gardens; plantations; standing crops;

[CULTURA, CULTURAE] : N agriculture/cultivation/tilling, care of plants; field; care/upkeep; training;

[CULTURA] : cultivation.

[CULTURA] : cultivation

[CULTUS, CULTA -UM, CULTIOR -OR -US, CULTISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ cultivated/tilled/farmed (well); ornamented, neat/well groomed; polished/elegant

[CULTUS, CULTUS] : N personal care/maintenance/grooming; style; finery, splendor; neatness/order;

[CULTUS, CULTUS] : N care, worship, devotion/observance; form of worship, cult; training/education;

[CULTUS, CULTUS] : N habitation; cultivation (land); civilization, refinement; polish, elegance;

[CULTUS] : worship, reverence/ splendor.

[CULULLA, CULULLAE] : N drinking vessel/beaker/goblet or its contents; (originally sacrificial vessel);

[CULULLUS, CULULLI] : N drinking vessel/beaker/goblet or its contents; (originally sacrificial vessel);

[CULUS, CULI] : N buttocks; posterior; anus; (rude);

[CUM GRANO SALIS ] : PHRASE with a grain of salt

[CUM TACENT, CLAMANT. ] : PHRASE when they are silent, they cry out.

[CUM...TUM] : both...and especially, not only...but also.

[CUM] : (prep + abl.) with.

[CUM] : (with indicative) when.

[CUM] : (with subjunctive) when, as, while, since, although.

[CUM] : ADV as soon; while, as (well as); whereas, in that, seeing that; on/during which;

[CUM] : ADV when, at the time/on each occasion/in the situation that; after; since, although

[CUM] : CONJ when, while, as, since, although; as soon;

[CUM] : PREP ABL under command/at the head of; having/containing/including; using/by means of;

[CUM] : PREP ABL with, together/jointly/along/simultaneous with, amid; supporting; attached;

[CUMA, CUMAE] : N spring shoots of cabbage/similar; hollow sphere (l+s); spherical layer, stratum;

[CUMA, CUMATIS] : N spring shoots of cabbage/similar; hollow sphere (l+s); spherical layer, stratum;

[CUMATILE, CUMATILIS] : N bluish garment;

[CUMATILIS, CUMATILIS, CUMATILE] : ADJ wave/sea colored; water-colored, blue (l+s); of the waves; (deus ~ => neptune);

[CUMATION, CUMATII] : N molding; (esp. echinus of ionic capital); channel, waved molding on ogee (l+s)

[CUMATIUM, CUMATII] : N molding; (esp. echinus of ionic capital); channel, waved molding on ogee (l+s)

[CUMBA, CUMBAE] : N skiff, small boat; (esp. that in which charon ferried the dead across the styx);

[CUMBULA, CUMBULAE] : N small boat;

[CUMERA, CUMERAE] : N box/basket to hold grain; (ritual object in a bridal procession);

[CUMERUM, CUMERI] : N box/basket to hold grain; (ritual object in a bridal procession);

[CUMI, UNDECLINED] : V arise; (aramaic); (mark 5] : 41);

[CUMINATUS, CUMINATA, CUMINATUM] : ADJ seasoned/mixed with cumin;

[CUMININUS, CUMININA, CUMININUM] : ADJ of cumin; (oil);

[CUMINUM, CUMINI] : N cumin (plant/seed); (spice/drug);

[CUMMAGIS] : ADV the more particularly;

[CUMMAXIME] : ADV at the/this/that very moment; most particularly;

[CUMMI, UNDECLINED] : N gum, vicid secretion from trees;

[CUMMINOSUS, CUMMINOSA, CUMMINOSUM] : ADJ gummy, full of gum;

[CUMMIS, CUMMIS] : N gum, vicid secretion from trees;

[CUMMITIO, CUMMITIONIS] : N application of gum;

[CUMPRIME] : ADV especially, particularly;

[CUMPRIMIS] : ADV chiefly, pre-eminently, in the highest degree; first of all; (cum primis);

[CUMQUAM] : CONJ ever; (in combination sicumquam => if ever);

[CUMQUE] : ADV at any time; -ever, -soever; appended to give generalized/indefinite force;

[CUMQUE] : ADV whenever/always/at any time; (add for generalized/indefinite force -ever/-soever

[CUMULATE, CUMULATIUS, CUMULATISSIME] : ADV abundantly, copiously, liberally; in rich abundance;

[CUMULATIM] : ADV abundantly, in abundance, copiously, liberally; in heaps (l+s);

[CUMULATIUS] : in rich abundance.

[CUMULATUS, CUMULATA -UM, CUMULATIOR -OR -US, CUMULATISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ heaped (up), abounding in; great/abundant/vast; increased/augmented (l+s); full;

[CUMULO, CUMULARE, CUMULAVI, CUMULATUS] : V heap/pile up/high, gather into a pile/heap; accumulate, amass; load/fill full;

[CUMULO, CUMULARE, CUMULAVI, CUMULATUS] : V increase/augment/enhance/do finishing touch/perfect; (pass) be made/composed o

[CUMULO] : to heap.

[CUMULUS, CUMULI] : N finishing touch, consummation, pinnacle, summit, peak, crown; ending of speech;

[CUMULUS, CUMULI] : N heap/pile/mound/aggregate/mass/accumulation; wave (water); surplus, increase;

[CUMULUS] : surplus.

[CUNA, CUNAE] : N cradle (usu. pl.); nest for young birds; one's earliest years;

[CUNABULA] : cradle.

[CUNABULUM, CUNABULI] : N cradle (pl.); earliest home/years/childhood; hereditary station; nest/hive;

[CUNAE] : nest for young birds.

[CUNARIA, CUNARIAE] : N baby-sitter, nanny; attendant for infants;

[CUNARIUS, CUNARI(I)] : N baby-sitter, nanny (male); attendant for infants;

[CUNCTA, CUNCTAE] : N all (pl.) (f); all with a stated/implied exception;

[CUNCTABUNDUS, CUNCTABUNDA, CUNCTABUNDUM] : ADJ lingering, loitering; slow to action, delaying, hesitating, hesitant; tardy;

[CUNCTALIS, CUNCTALIS, CUNCTALE] : ADJ general;

[CUNCTAMEN, CUNCTAMINIS] : N delay, delaying, hesitating, hesitation;

[CUNCTANS, CUNCTANTIS (GEN.), CUNCTANTIOR -OR -US, CUNCTANTISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ hesitant/delaying/slow to act, tardy; clinging; stubborn, resistant to movement;

[CUNCTANTER, CUNCTIUS, CUNCTISSIME] : ADV hesitantly, slowly, with delay/hesitation; tardily; stubbornly;

[CUNCTATIO, CUNCTATIONIS] : N delay, hesitation; tardiness, inactivity; hesitating about/delaying of (w/gen);

[CUNCTATIO] : delay.

[CUNCTATOR, CUNCTATORIS] : N delayer/procrastinator; one prone to delay; considerate/cautious person (l+s);

[CUNCTATOR] : delayer, procrastinator,.

[CUNCTATOR] : delayer, procrastinator,

[CUNCTATRIX, CUNCTATRICIS] : N procrastinator, she who hesitates; she who acts deliberately/cautiously;

[CUNCTATUS, CUNCTATA -UM, CUNCTATIOR -OR -US, CUNCTATISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ hesitant; tardy;

[CUNCTICINUS, CUNCTICINA, CUNCTICINUM] : ADJ concordant, harmonious; sounding all together;

[CUNCTIM] : ADV collectively, taken all together; in a body (l+s);

[CUNCTIPARENS, CUNCTIPARENTIS] : N parent of all;

[CUNCTIPOTENS, (GEN.), CUNCTIPOTENTIS] : ADJ omnipotent, all-powerful;

[CUNCTO, CUNCTARE, CUNCTAVI, CUNCTATUS] : V delay, impede, hold up; hesitate, tarry, linger; be slow to act; dawdle; doubt;

[CUNCTOR, CUNCTARI, -, CUNCTATUS SUM] : V delay, impede, hold up; hesitate, tarry, linger; be slow to act; dawdle; doubt;

[CUNCTOR] : to delay, impede, hold up.

[CUNCTUM, CUNCTI] : N all (pl.) (n); all with a stated/implied exception;

[CUNCTUS, CUNCTA, CUNCTUM] : ADJ altogether (usu. pl.), in a body; every, all, entire; total/complete; whole of;

[CUNCTUS, CUNCTI] : N all (pl.) (m); all with a stated/implied exception;

[CUNCTUS] : all, all collectively, the whole.

[CUNCUMQUE] : CONJ whenever;

[CUNEATIM] : ADV in a closely packed/wedge formation; in the form of a wedge, wedge-shaped;

[CUNEATIO, CUNEATIONIS] : N action of making wedge-shaped/tapering; wedge-shaped point (nose) (l+s);

[CUNEATUS, CUNEATA, CUNEATUM] : ADJ wedge-shaped, tapering; pointed like a wedge (l+s);

[CUNELA, CUNELAE] : N plant (of genus cetera, savory); (also called canal and origanum l+s);

[CUNEO, CUNEARE, CUNEAVI, CUNEATUS] : V wedge in, secure by wedging; force in like a wedge; form a wedge, taper; mass;

[CUNEOLUS, CUNEOLI] : N small wedge; pin; small gore/triangular piece (l+s);

[CUNEUS, CUNEI] : N wedge; wedge-shaped stone/area/rack/block of seats; battalion/etc in a wedge;

[CUNEUS] : troops drawn up for battle in the shape of a wedge.

[CUNICA, CUNICAE] : N bushing; (fitted round the axle on which millstones revolve);

[CUNICULARIS, CUNICULARIS, CUNICULARE] : ADJ of/pertaining to the rabbit, rabbit-; (of an herb);

[CUNICULARIUS, CUNICULARII] : N miner; (military slang); (burrows like a rabbit);

[CUNICULATIM] : ADV in channels;

[CUNICULATOR, CUNICULATORIS] : N miner; (burrows like a rabbit);

[CUNICULATUS, CUNICULATA, CUNICULATUM] : ADJ in the form of a channel or tube;

[CUNICULOSUS, CUNICULOSA, CUNICULOSUM] : ADJ abounding in rabbits, full of rabbits; full of/abounding in caves/burrows (l+s);

[CUNICULUM, CUNICULI] : N excrement, filth; (fluxus ventris); (menstrual discharge?);

[CUNICULUS, CUNICULI] : N rabbit; underground tunnel/burrow/hole; mine/excavation; channel; secret device;

[CUNILA, CUNILAE] : N plant (of genus satureia, savory); (also called conila and origanum l+s);

[CUNILAGO, CUNILAGINIS] : N plant (a variety of genus satureia, savory);

[CUNIO, CUNIRE,] : V defecate;

[CUNNILINGUS, CUNNILINGA, CUNNILINGUM] : ADJ type of sexual pervert, practicing cunnilingus;

[CUNNIO, CUNNIONIS] : N type of sexual pervert, one practicing cullilingus;

[CUNNULIGGETER, CUNNULIGGETERI] : N type of sexual pervert, one practicing cullilingus;

[CUNNUS, CUNNI] : N female pudenda/external genitalia; a female; unchaste woman; (rude);

[CUNULA, CUNULAE] : N plant (of genus satureia, savory); (also called conila and origanum l+s);

[CUNULA, CUNULAE] : N little cradle (usu. pl.);

[CUPA, CUPAE] : N bar of an oil press (axle for millstones); axle; crooked handle (l+s);

[CUPA, CUPAE] : N barrel, cask, vat, tun; (esp. for wine); niche in a columbarium (for ashes);

[CUPA, CUPAE] : N dancing-girl; female tavern-keeper and castanet-dancer (l+s); female vintner;

[CUPARIUS, CUPARI(I)] : N maker of casks, cooper;

[CUPEDIA, CUPEDIAE] : N gourmandism; fondness for dainties (l+s); daintiness; delicacies (pl.);

[CUPEDINARIUS, CUPEDINARIA, CUPEDINARIUM] : ADJ of/pertaining to dainty dishes/delicacies; (forem ~ => delicacy market in rome);

[CUPEDIUM, CUPEDII] : N delicacy, tidbit; (usu. pl.) delicacies; dainty dishes, tidbits (l+s);

[CUPEDO, CUPEDINIS] : N (forem cuppedinis => market in rome where delicacies were sold);

[CUPELLA, CUPELLAE] : N small vat/cask;

[CUPES, (GEN.), CUPEDIS] : ADJ gluttonous; fond of delicacies (l+s); dainty;

[CUPIDE, CUPIDIUS, CUPIDISSIME] : ADV eagerly/zealously/passionately; w/alacrity; hastily/rashly; partially/unfairly;

[CUPIDITAS, CUPIDITATIS] : N enthusiasm/eagerness/passion; (carnal) desire; lust; greed/usury/fraud; ambition

[CUPIDITAS] : ambition, avarice, party spirit, eager desire.

[CUPIDIUM, CUPIDII] : N delicacy, tidbit; (usu. pl.) delicacies; dainty dishes, tidbits (l+s);

[CUPIDO, CUPIDINIS] : N desire/love/wish/longing (passionate); lust; greed, appetite; desire for gain;

[CUPIDO, CUPIDINIS] : N cupid, son of venus; personification of carnal desire;

[CUPIDO] : passion, desire, wantining, yearning, longing.

[CUPIDUS, CUPIDA -UM, CUPIDIOR -OR -US, CUPIDISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ eager/passionate; longing for/desirous of (with gen.); greedy; wanton/lecherous;

[CUPIDUS] : eager for.

[CUPIENS, CUPIENTIS (GEN.), CUPIENTIOR -OR -US, CUPIENTISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ desirous, eager for, longing; anxious;

[CUPIENTER] : ADV eagerly, avidly; earnestly (l+s);

[CUPIO, CUPERE, CUPIVI, CUPITUS] : V wish/long/be eager for; desire/want, covet; desire as a lover; favor, wish well;

[CUPIO] : to desire, wish, long for, desire.

[CUPIO] : to desire, long for/ to.

[CUPISCO, CUPISCERE,] : V wish, desire;

[CUPITA, CUPITAE] : N beloved, loved one;

[CUPITOR, CUPITORIS] : N one who desires/wishes; seeker after;

[CUPITUM, CUPITI] : N one's desire, that which one desires;

[CUPITUS, CUPITA, CUPITUM] : ADJ much desired/longed for;

[CUPITUS, CUPITI] : N beloved, loved one;

[CUPLA, CUPLAE] : N small barrel/cask/tub; niche in a columbarium (for ashes); small burying vault;

[CUPLA, CUPLAE] : N string, rope; tie, bond, fastening; leash, harness; mooring cable; ligament;

[CUPLA, CUPLAE] : N friendly/close relationship, bond, intimate connection; (used in grammar);

[CUPO, CUPONIS] : N shopkeeper, salesman, huckster; innkeeper, keeper of a tavern;

[CUPONA, CUPONAE] : N landlady; (female) shopkeeper, innkeeper; inn, tavern, lodging-house;

[CUPPA, CUPPAE] : N bar of an oil press (on which millstones were mounted); axle;

[CUPPA, CUPPAE] : N barrel, cask, tun; niche in a columbarium (for ashes);

[CUPPEDENARIUS, CUPPEDENARI(I)] : N confectioner; maker/seller of delicacies;

[CUPPEDIA, CUPPEDIAE] : N gourmandism; fondness for dainties (l+s); daintiness; delicacies (pl.);

[CUPPEDIA] : delicacies, candies, sweetmeats.

[CUPPEDINARIUS, CUPPEDINARI(I)] : N confectioner; maker/seller of delicacies;

[CUPPEDINARIUS, CUPPEDINARIA, CUPPEDINARIUM] : ADJ of/pertaining to dainty dishes/delicacies; (forem ~ => delicacy market in rome);

[CUPPEDIUM, CUPPEDII] : N delicacy, tidbit; (usu. pl.) delicacies; dainty dishes, tidbits (l+s);

[CUPPEDO, CUPPEDINIS] : N desire/longing/love (passionate); lust; greed, appetite; desire for gain;

[CUPPEDO, CUPPEDINIS] : N (forem cuppedinis => market in rome where delicacies were sold);

[CUPPES, (GEN.), CUPPEDIS] : ADJ gluttonous; fond of delicacies (l+s); dainty;

[CUPPULA, CUPPULAE] : N small barrel/cask/tub; niche in a columbarium (for ashes); small burying vault;

[CUPRESSETUM, CUPRESSETI] : N cypress wood/grove/plantation;

[CUPRESSEUS, CUPRESSEA, CUPRESSEUM] : ADJ of cypress; of/belonging to cypress trees; made of cypress wood; cypress-;

[CUPRESSIFER, CUPRESSIFERA, CUPRESSIFERUM] : ADJ cypress-bearing;

[CUPRESSINUS, CUPRESSINA, CUPRESSINUM] : ADJ of cypress; of/belonging to cypress trees; made of cypress wood; cypress-;

[CUPRESSUS, CUPRESSI] : N cypress-tree; cypress oil/wood, cypress-wood casket, spear of cypress-wood;

[CUPRESSUS, CUPRESSUS] : N cypress-tree; cypress oil/wood, cypress-wood casket, spear of cypress-wood;

[CUPRESSUS] : cypress, cyrpess wood, a cypress-wood casket.

[CUPREUS, CUPREA, CUPREUM] : ADJ copper-. of copper;

[CUPRINUS, CUPRINA, CUPRINUM] : ADJ copper-. of copper;

[CUPULA, CUPULAE] : N small barrel/cask/tub; niche in a columbarium (for ashes); small burying vault;

[CUPULA, CUPULAE] : N small crooked handle;

[CUR] : ADV why, wherefore; for what reason/purpose?; on account of which? because;

[CUR] : why, wherefore.

[CURA POSTERIOR. ] : PHRASE a later concern.

[CURA, CURAE] : N concern, worry, anxiety, trouble; attention, care, pains, zeal; cure, treatment;

[CURA, CURAE] : N office, task, responsibility, post; administration, supervision; command (army

[CURA] : concern.

[CURA] : management, administration, care, concern, charge.

[CURABILIS, CURABILIS, CURABILE] : ADJ requiring medical treatment; that is to be apprehended/feared (l+s); curable;

[CURAGENDARIUS, CURAGENDARII] : N manager, overseer;

[CURAGO, CURAGERE, CUREGI, CURACTUS] : V manage, take charge;

[CURALIUM, CURALI(I)] : N coral; (esp. red coral);

[CURANDUS, CURANDI] : N patient; (medical);

[CURANS, CURANTIS] : N one who treats a patient; physician (l+s);

[CURATE, CURATIUS, CURATISSIME] : ADV carefully, with care; diligently; elaborately;

[CURATIO, CURATIONIS] : N administration, management, taking charge; office charged with duties;

[CURATIO, CURATIONIS] : N treatment, surgical operation, medical care; healing/curing; object of care;

[CURATIO] : attention/ medical attention, healing, curing.

[CURATIO] : attention / medical attention, healing, curing.

[CURATOR, CURATORIS] : N manager, superintendent, supervisor, overseer; keeper; guardian (of minor/ward);

[CURATOR] : guardian, overseer

[CURATOR] : guardian, overseer.

[CURATORIA, CURATORIAE] : N guardian; (of minor/woman/imbecile); trustee; (for absent person);

[CURATORICIUS, CURATORICIA, CURATORICIUM] : ADJ of/belonging to an overseer; (equi ~ => horses of the provincial commissary);

[CURATORITIUS, CURATORITIA, CURATORITIUM] : ADJ of/belonging to an overseer; (equi ~ => horses of the provincial commissary);

[CURATORIUS, CURATORIA, CURATORIUM] : ADJ of/belonging to a curator/guardian; pertaining to guardianship (l+s);

[CURATRIX, CURATRICIS] : N guardian (female);

[CURATURA, CURATURAE] : N treatment/care/attention; office of curator/guardian; management/superintendence

[CURATUS, CURATA -UM, CURATIOR -OR -US, CURATISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ well looked after; carefully prepared; anxious, solicitous, earnest;

[CURCULIO, CURCULIONIS] : N grain-worm/weevil; weevil;

[CURCULIUNCULUS, CURCULIUNCULI] : N small/little weevil; something trifling/worthless (l+s);

[CURENA, CURENAE] : N cyrenae (pl.), town in north-west libia, associated district including crete;

[CURENE, CURENES] : N cyrenae (pl.), town in north-west libia, associated district including crete;

[CURES, CURIS] : N spear; (sabine word);

[CURIA, CURIAE] : N senate; meeting house; curia/division of roman people; court (papal/royal);

[CURIA] : court

[CURIA] : court.

[CURIAL, CURIALIS] : N member of the same curia (district/division of the roman people);

[CURIALIS, CURIALIS, CURIALE] : ADJ of/belonging/pertaining to a curia (district/division of the roman people);

[CURIATIM] : ADV by curia (the 30 divisions of the roman people);

[CURIATIUS, CURIATIA, CURIATIUM] : ADJ of curiae; (w/comitia) (pl.) assembly in which people voted according to curia;

[CURIATUS, CURIATA, CURIATUM] : ADJ of curiae; (w/comitia) (pl.) assembly in which people voted according to curia;

[CURILIS, CURILIS, CURILE] : ADJ of/belonging/pertaining to chariots/chariot race;

[CURIO, (GEN.), CURIONIS] : ADJ lean, emaciated; wasted by sorrow;

[CURIO, CURIONIS] : N priest presiding over a curia; (~ maximus => chief of this priesthood); crier;

[CURIONATUS, CURIONATUS] : N office of curio (priest presiding over a curia);

[CURIONIUS, CURIONIA, CURIONIUM] : ADJ of/pertaining to the priest of a curia;

[CURIONUS, CURIONI] : N priest presiding over a curia; (~ maximus => chief of this priesthood); crier;

[CURIOSE, CURIOSIUS, CURIOSISSIME] : ADV carefully/attentively, w/care; elaborately; curiously; inquisitively, w/curiosit

[CURIOSITAS, CURIOSITATIS] : N curiosity, inquisitiveness; excessive eagerness for knowledge; nosiness;

[CURIOSITAS] : curiosity, inquisitiveness, nosiness.

[CURIOSULUS, CURIOSULA, CURIOSULUM] : ADJ somewhat inquisitive/curious/nosey;

[CURIOSUS, CURIOSA -UM, CURIOSIOR -OR -US, CURIOSISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ labored/elaborate/complicated; eager to know, curious, inquisitive; careworn;

[CURIOSUS, CURIOSA -UM, CURIOSIOR -OR -US, CURIOSISSIMUS -A -UM] : ADJ careful, diligent, painstaking; attentive; fussy; meddlesome, interfering;

[CURIOSUS, CURIOSI] : N spy, one who is prying; scout; informer; class of secret spys; secret police;

[CURIOSUS] : careful, attentive/ curious, inquisitive/ worn out by cares.

[CURIS QURIS] : a spear.

[CURIS, CURIS] : N spear; (sabine word);

[CURITO, CURITARE, CURITAVI, CURITATUS] : V give frequent/abundant attention to; take care of, cherish (l+s);

[CURIUS, CURIA, CURIUM] : ADJ grievous; full of sorrow;

[CURO, CURARE, CURAVI, CURATUS] : V undertake; procure; regard w/anxiety/interest; take trouble/interest; desire;

[CURO, CURARE, CURAVI, CURATUS] : V arrange/see/attend to; take care of; provide for; worry/care about; heal/cure;

[CURO] : (+gerundive) to see to a thing being done/ cure, rest.

[CURO] : (+gerundive) to see to a thing being done / cure, rest.

[CURO] : manage, administer / provide money.

[CURO] : manage, administer/ provide money.

[CURO] : to

[CURO] : to care for, trouble about, pay attention to.

[CUROTROPHOE] : ADJ nourishing children;

[CURRAX, (GEN.), CURRACIS] : ADJ agile, quick, swift, lively; (laqueus ~ => running noose); running fast (l+s);

[CURRICULO] : ADV on the double, at the run; quickly;

[CURRICULUM VITAE (CV) ] : PHRASE course of life

[CURRICULUM, CURRICULI] : N act of running; race; lap, track; chariot; course of action/heavenly bodies;

[CURRICULUM] : a running, race, lap around the track, course.

[CURRILIS, CURRILIS, CURRILE] : ADJ of/belonging/pertaining to chariots/chariot race;

[CURRO, CURRERE, CUCURRI, CURSUS] : V run/trot/gallop, hurry/hasten/speed, move/travel/proceed/flow swiftly/quickly;

[CURRULIS, CURRULIS, CURRULE] : ADJ of/belonging/pertaining to chariots/chariot race;

[CURRUS, CURRUS] : N chariot, light horse vehicle; triumphal chariot; triumph; wheels on plow; cart;

[CURRUS] : cart / a plow with wheels.

[CURRUS] : cart/ a plow with wheels.

[CURSATIO, CURSATIONIS] : N action of running; a running;

[CURSILITAS, CURSILITATIS] : N running about (act/action of);

[CURSIM] : ADV swiftly/rapidly; hastily, without great pain, cursorily; in passing; at the run;

[CURSIM] : hastily, quickly, rapidly.

[CURSIO, CURSIONIS] : N action of running;

[CURSITATIO, CURSITATIONIS] : N running about to-and-fro/hither-and-thither (act/action of);

[CURSITO, CURSITARE, CURSITAVI, CURSITATUS] : V run about/to and-fro/habitually; race/run races; resort frequently; be in motion

[CURSITO] : to run up and down.

[CURSO, CURSARE, CURSAVI, CURSATUS] : V run/rush/hurry to-and-fro/hither-and-thither; run constantly about; run over;

[CURSO] : to run back and forth.

[CURSOR, CURSORIS] : N runner; chariot-racer; courier/carrier/messenger; footman (runs before carriage)

[CURSOR] : runner, carrier, messenger.

[CURSORIA, CURSORIAE] : N yacht, cutter;

[CURSORIUM, CURSORII] : N mail, public post;

[CURSORIUS, CURSORIA, CURSORIUM] : ADJ of/pertaining to running/race course;

[CURSUALIS, CURSUALIS, CURSUALE] : ADJ of/pertaining to running/course; hasty/speedy; (equi ~ => post-horses);

[CURSURA, CURSURAE] : N running; (esp. in a race);

[CURSUS, CURSUS] : N running; speed/zeal; charge, onrush; forward movement, march; revolution (wheel)

[CURSUS, CURSUS] : N course/direction, line of advance, orbit; voyage/passage; race; career; series;

[CURSUS] : a race, a running, race course, race track, course.

[CURSUS] : course.

[CURTO, CURTARE, CURTAVI, CURTATUS] : V shorten, cut short, abbreviate; diminish; circumcise; geld; dock (dog's tail);

[CURTO] : to shorten, abbreviate.

[CURTRACUS] : Courtrai.

[CURTUS, CURTA, CURTUM] : ADJ mutilated; incomplete, missing a part; circumcised; castrated, gelded; docked;

[CURTUS] : shortened/ mutilated, defective/ gelded.

[CURTUS] : shortened / mutilated, defective / gelded.

[CURULIS, CURULIS, CURULE] : ADJ of/belonging/pertaining to chariots/chariot race; of ceremonial chariot;

[CURULIS, CURULIS, CURULE] : ADJ curule, of curule rank (of consul/praetor/curule aedile);

[CURULIS, CURULIS] : N curule magistrate; (perh. aedile);

[CURVABILIS, CURVABILIS, CURVABILE] : ADJ flexible; that may be bent;

[CURVAMEN, CURVAMINIS] : N curvature, curve/bend, bending; curved form/outline; arc (of the sky); vaulting;

[CURVATIO, CURVATIONIS] : N curvature; bend;

[CURVATURA, CURVATURAE] : N curve/bend, curved shape/outline/part; rounding (l+s); vault/arched ceiling;

[CURVATUS, CURVATA, CURVATUM] : ADJ curved, bent; crooked; swelling;

[CURVESCO, CURVESCERE,] : V be crooked/curved; make a curve;

[CURVILINEUS, CURVILINEA, CURVILINEUM] : ADJ curvilinear; in a curved line;

[CURVITAS, CURVITATIS] : N crookedness; curvature;

[CURVO, CURVARE, CURVAVI, CURVATUS] : V bend/arch, make curved/bent; form a curve; make stoop/bow/yield; influence;

[CURVO] : to bend, arch, curve/ influence.

[CURVO] : to bend, arch, curve / influence.

[CURVO] : to bow.

[CURVOR, CURVORIS] : N curvature; crookedness (l+s);

[CURVUM, CURVI] : N curve; curved object or line; that which is crooked/wrong (l+s); (morally);

[CURVUS, CURVA, CURVUM] : ADJ curved/bent/arched; crooked; morally wrong; stooped/bowed; winding; w/many bends

[CURVUS] : arched, bent, bowed, curved, crooked, wrong (morally crooked).

[CUSCOLIUM, CUSCOLI(I)] : N excrescence on kind of holm oak used for scarlet dye; berry of the oak (l+s);

[CUSCULIUM, CUSCULI(I)] : N excrescence on kind of holm oak used for scarlet dye; berry of the oak (l+s);

[CUSIO, CUSIONIS] : N stamping of money; (coining?);

[CUSO, CUSARE, CUSAVI, CUSATUS] : V coin/stamp money;

[CUSPIDATIM] : ADV like a spear-point; to a point; with a point (l+s);

[CUSPIDO, CUSPIDARE, CUSPIDAVI, CUSPIDATUS] : V tip, provide with a point; make pointed (l+s);

[CUSPIS, CUSPIDIS] : N point/tip (spear), pointed end; spit/stake; blade; javelin/spear/lance; sting;

[CUSPIS] : point, the pointed end / spear, javelin / cooking spit.

[CUSPIS] : point, the pointed end/ spear, javelin/ cooking spit.

[CUSPIS] : spear.

[CUSSILIRIS, CUSSILIRIS, CUSSILIRE] : ADJ lazy/idle/sluggish; spiritless; cowardly, faint-hearted; ignoble, mean; useless;

[CUSTODELA, CUSTODELAE] : N custody (of person/thing), charge, keeping; watch. guard, care (l+s);

[CUSTODIA, CUSTODIAE] : N protection, safe-keeping, defense, preservation; custody, charge; prisoner;

[CUSTODIA, CUSTODIAE] : N watch/guard/picket; guard post/house; prison; confinement; protective space;

[CUSTODIA] : guardianship.

[CUSTODIA] : protection, custody.

[CUSTODIAE CUSTODIE] : guards, wardens.

[CUSTODIARIUM, CUSTODIARII] : N watch/guard house;

[CUSTODIARIUS, CUSTODIARI(I)] : N jailer, warder;

[CUSTODIO, CUSTODIRE, CUSTODIVI, CUSTODITUS] : V guard/protect/preserve, watch over, keep safe; take heed/care, observe; restrain

[CUSTODIO] : to guard.

[CUSTODIO] : watch over, observe.

[CUSTODIOLA, CUSTODIOLAE] : N place of confinement; (tomb);

[CUSTODITE, CUSTODITIUS, CUSTODITISSIME] : ADV cautiously, guardedly; carefully (l+s);

[CUSTODITIO, CUSTODITIONIS] : N protection, guarding; guardianship (l+s); keeping, observance;

[CUSTOS, CUSTODIS] : N guard; sentry/watch; guardian/protector/keeper; doorkeeper/watchman/janitor;

[CUSTOS, CUSTODIS] : N jailer, warden; poll watcher; spy; garrison; container; replacement vine shoot;

[CUSTOS] : (custodis) guardian, keeper, watchman, attendant,, guard / spy.

[CUSTOS] : (custodis) guardian, keeper, watchman, attendant,, guard/ spy.

[CUSTOS] : guard.

[CUSUC, UNDECLINED] : N shanty, small hut;

[CUTICULA, CUTICULAE] : N skin; cuticle;

[CUTIO, CUTIONIS] : N small insect; millipede;

[CUTIS, CUTIS] : N skin; external appearance, surface; person, body; leather/hide; rind; membrane;

[CUTITUS, CUTITA, CUTITUM] : ADJ skinned, skinable; (used in sense of having sexual intercourse);

[CYAMIAS, CYAMIAE] : N precious stone (unidentified); beanstone (l+s);

[CYAMOS, CYAMI] : N egyptian bean (nelumbium speciosum); (also called colocasia l+s);

[CYAMUS, CYAMI] : N egyptian bean (nelumbium speciosum); (also called colocasia l+s);

[CYANEUS, CYANEA, CYANEUM] : ADJ dark blue; sea blue (l+s);

[CYANOS, CYANI] : N precious stone (like lapis-lazuli); blue cornflower/blue-bottle centaurea cyanus

[CYANUS, CYANI] : N precious stone (like lapis-lazuli); blue cornflower/blue-bottle centaurea cyanus

[CYATHISCUS, CYATHISCI] : N kind of forceps;

[CYATHISSO, CYATHISSARE, CYATHISSAVI, CYATHISSATUS] : V ladle out wine; fill a cyathus/ladle (l+s);

[CYATHUS, CYATHI] : N 1/12 sextarius/pint; shot (liquid measure); 10 drachmae (dry measure);

[CYATUS, CYATI] : N wine-ladle; wine-measure, shot; office of wine-mixer/cup-bearer;

[CYATUS, CYATI] : N 1/12 sextarius/pint; shot (liquid measure); 10 drachmae (dry measure);

[CYBAEA, CYBAEAE] : N merchantman, transport/merchant/cargo ship; (with or without navis);

[CYBAEUS, CYBAEA, CYBAEUM] : ADJ transport/merchant/cargo (of a ship);

[CYBIARIUS, CYBIARII] : N dealer in salt fish; (dubious);

[CYBICUS, CYBICA, CYBICUM] : ADJ cubic, cubical; of cubes;

[CYBINDIS, CYBINDIDIS] : N nocturnal bird of prey; night hawk (l+s);

[CYBION, CYBII] : N young tuna; chopped and salted pieces of young tunafish;

[CYBIUM, CYBI(I)] : N young tuna; chopped and salted pieces of young tunafish;

[CYBUS, CYBI] : N cube (geometric figure), die/dice; lump; cubic number;

[CYCEON, CYCEONIS] : N drink made with barley-grits and grated goat-cheese and wine;

[CYCHRAMUS, CYCHRAMI] : N bird accompanying quail on migration; (perh. corncrake/landrail); (ortolan? l+s)

[CYCLADATUS, CYCLADATA, CYCLADATUM] : ADJ dressing/dressed in a cyclas (light female outer garment with decorated border);

[CYCLAMINON, CYCLAMINI] : N plant cycamen, sowbread; (cyclamen europaeum l+s);

[CYCLAMINOS, CYCLAMINI] : N plant cycamen, sowbread; (cyclamen europaeum l+s);

[CYCLAMINUM, CYCLAMINI] : N plant cycamen, sowbread; (cyclamen europaeum l+s);

[CYCLAS, CYCLADIS] : N female's light outer garment with decorative border; state robe of women (l+s);

[CYCLICUS, CYCLICA, CYCLICUM] : ADJ cyclic; of epic cycle (poet); (perh.) conventional, commonplace; encyclopedic;

[CYCLICUS] : circuitous.

[CYCLOPHORETICUS, CYCLOPHORETICA, CYCLOPHORETICUM] : ADJ circular, moving in a circle;

[CYCLOPS, CYCLOPOS/IS] : N cyclops; one of the cyclopes (one-eyed giants of sicily); (esp. polyphemus);

[CYCNARIUM, CYCNARII] : N kind of eye-salve;

[CYCNEUS, CYCNEA, CYCNEUM] : ADJ of/pertaining to a swan, swan-like; (vox ~ => swan-song, last utterance);

[CYCNION, CYCNII] : N kind of eye-salve;

[CYCNIUM, CYCNI(I)] : N kind of eye-salve;

[CYCNON, CYCNI] : N kind of eye-salve;

[CYCNUS, CYCNI] : N swan; (favorable omen); (drawing chariot of venus);

[CYDARUM, CYDARI] : N kind of small ship;

[CYDONEA, CYDONEAE] : N cydonia, city in crete; (now canea l+s))

[CYDONIA, CYDONIAE] : N cydonia, city in crete; (now canea l+s))

[CYDONIUM, CYDONII] : N quince wine/juice; quince (pl.);

[CYDONIUS, CYDONII] : N quince tree;

[CYGNUS, CYGNI] : N swan; (favorable omen); (drawing chariot of venus);

[CYITIS, CYITIDIS] : N precious stone (unidentified);

[CYIX, CYICIS] : N name of a bulbous plant;

[CYLINDRATUS, CYLINDRATA, CYLINDRATUM] : ADJ cylindrical, shaped like a cylinder;

[CYLINDRUS, CYLINDRI] : N cylinder; stone roller (for leveling the ground); gem cut in cylindrical form;

[CYLISTERIUM, CYLISTERII] : N kind of exercise room in a bathing establishment;

[CYLIX, CYLICIS] : N cup;

[CYLON, CYLI] : N hollowness of the eyes;

[CYLON, CYLI] : N kind of azurite;

[CYMA, CYMAE] : N spring shoots of cabbage/similar; hollow sphere (l+s); spherical layer, stratum;

[CYMA, CYMATIS] : N spring shoots of cabbage/similar; hollow sphere (l+s); spherical layer, stratum;

[CYMA] : turnip-tops Celsus, W. G. Spencer p.493, list of alimenta, Vol. I

[CYMATILE, CYMATILIS] : N bluish garment;

[CYMATILIS, CYMATILIS, CYMATILE] : ADJ wave/sea colored; water-colored, blue (l+s); of the waves; (deus ~ => neptune);

[CYMATION, CYMATII] : N molding; (esp. echinus of ionic capital); channel, waved molding on ogee (l+s)

[CYMATIUM, CYMATII] : N molding; (esp. echinus of ionic capital); channel, waved molding on ogee (l+s)

[CYMBA, CYMBAE] : N skiff, small boat; (esp. that in which charon ferried the dead across the styx);

[CYMBALARIS, CYMBALARISIS] : N plant; (also called cotyedon);

[CYMBALICUS, CYMBALICA, CYMBALICUM] : ADJ of/pertaining to a cymbal;

[CYMBALISSO, CYMBALISSARE, CYMBALISSAVI, CYMBALISSATUS] : V play/strike the cymbals;

[CYMBALISTA, CYMBALISTAE] : N cymbal-player;

[CYMBALISTES, CYMBALISTAE] : N cymbal-player;

[CYMBALISTRIA, CYMBALISTRIAE] : N cymbal-player (female);

[CYMBALON, CYMBALI] : N cymbal; (term for tedious/stupid speaker); cymbals (usu. pl.); valve;

[CYMBALUM, CYMBALI] : N cymbal; (term for tedious/stupid speaker); cymbals (usu. pl.); valve;

[CYMBIUM, CYMBI(I)] : N small cup/bowl/drinking vessel; (especially for wine); lamp in same form (l+s);

[CYMBULA, CYMBULAE] : N small boat;

[CYMINATUM, CYMINATI] : N cumin spice;

[CYMINATUS, CYMINATA, CYMINATUM] : ADJ seasoned/mixed with cumin;

[CYMINDIS, CYMINDIDIS] : N nocturnal bird of prey; night hawk (l+s);

[CYMININUS, CYMININA, CYMININUM] : ADJ of cumin; (oil);

[CYMINUM, CYMINI] : N cumin (plant/seed); (spice/drug);

[CYMOSUS, CYMOSA, CYMOSUM] : ADJ full of/abounding in young sprouts;

[CYMULA, CYMULAE] : N small molding; tender sprout (l+s);

[CYNA, CYNAE] : N tree in arabia that produced cotton;

[CYNACANTHA, CYNACANTHAE] : N kind of thorn; (perh. dog-rose);

[CYNANCHE, CYNANCHES] : N inflammation of the throat (which caused the tongue to be thrust out);

[CYNAPANXIS, CYNAPANXIS] : N kind of rose;

[CYNARIUM, CYNARII] : N remedy for eye trouble;

[CYNAS, CYNADOS/IS] : N arabian tree;

[CYNEGIOLUM, CYNEGIOLI] : N group of hunters;

[CYNICE] : ADV after the manner of the cynics;

[CYNICUS, CYNICA, CYNICUM] : ADJ of/pertaining to cynic philosophy; (spasticus ~ => who has facial paralysis);

[CYNIFES, CYNIFOS/IS] : N kind of stinging insects; very small flies, gnats; other small creatures (old);

[CYNIOLA, CYNIOLAE] : N kind of lettuce;

[CYNIPHES, CYNIPHOS/IS] : N kind of stinging insects; very small flies, gnats; other small creatures (old);

[CYNISMUS, CYNISMI] : N cynical philosophy or conduct;

[CYNOCARDAMON, CYNOCARDAMI] : N kind of nasturtium;

[CYNOCAUMA, CYNOCAUMATIS] : N heat of the dog-days;

[CYNOCEPHALEA, CYNOCEPHALEAE] : N plant; (kind of snapdragon misopates orontium); dog's-head, magic plant (l+s);

[CYNOCEPHALIA, CYNOCEPHALIAE] : N plant; (kind of snapdragon misopates orontium); dog's-head, magic plant (l+s);

[CYNOCEPHALIAS, CYNOCEPHALIAE] : N N plant; (kind of snapdragon misopates orontium); dog's-head, magic plant (l+s);

[CYNOCEPHALUS, CYNOCEPHALI] : N dog-faced baboon; (prob. simia hamadryas); anubis (l+s); kind of wild man;

[CYNODON, (GEN.), CYNODONTIS] : ADJ having pairs of projecting teeth;

[CYNOGLOSSOS, CYNOGLOSSI] : N plant, hound's-tongue; another plant producing small burs (l+s);

[CYNOIDES, CYNOIDIS] : N plant; (prob. plantago psyllium);

[CYNOMAZON, CYNOMAZI] : N plant, dog-bread;

[CYNOMIA, CYNOMIAE] : N bitting fly (vulgate); dog-fly (souter);

[CYNOMORIUM, CYNOMORII] : N parasitic plant, dodder; broom-rape (also called orobanche) (l+s);

[CYNOMYIA, CYNOMYIAE] : N plant; (prob. plantago psyllium); herb fleabane (l+s);

[CYNOMYIA, CYNOMYIAE] : N dog-fly;

[CYNON, CYNI] : N kind of eye-salve;

[CYNOPHANIS, CYNOPHANIS] : N men (pl.) with dog's heads;

[CYNOPS, CYNOPIS] : N marine animal (unidentified); plant dog's eye (l+s);

[CYNORRHODA, CYNORRHODAE] : N dog-rose; kind of lily; blossom of the red lily (l+s);

[CYNORRHODON, CYNORRHODI] : N dog-rose; kind of lily; blossom of the red lily (l+s);

[CYNORRHODUM, CYNORRHODI] : N dog-rose; kind of lily; blossom of the red lily (l+s);

[CYNORRODA, CYNORRODAE] : N dog-rose; kind of lily; blossom of the red lily (l+s);

[CYNORRODON, CYNORRODI] : N dog-rose; kind of lily; blossom of the red lily (l+s);

[CYNORRODUM, CYNORRODI] : N dog-rose; kind of lily; blossom of the red lily (l+s);

[CYNOSBATOS, CYNOSBATI] : N kind of rose; caper (plant/fruit); dog-rose (l+s); wild-briar; black current;

[CYNOSDEXIA, CYNOSDEXIAE] : N marine animal (unidentified); sea-polypus (l+s);

[CYNOSORCHIS, CYNOSORCHIS] : N kind of orchid; plant, hound's-cod (l+s);

[CYNOSPASTOS, CYNOSPASTI] : N kind of rose; caper (plant/fruit); dog-rose (l+s); wild-briar; black current;

[CYNOSURA, CYNOSURAE] : N little bear (constellation); mythical person, nurse of zeus;

[CYNOSURUS, CYNOSURA, CYNOSURUM] : ADJ addled; (of eggs);

[CYNOZOLON, CYNOZOLI] : N plant; thistle; (also called chamaeleon/ulophonon, prob. chamaeleon niger l+s);

[CYPARISSIAS, CYPARISSIAE] : N kind of comet/meteor; kind of fiery meteors (pl.) (l+s);

[CYPARISSIAS, CYPARISSIAE] : N species of tithymatus/spurge;

[CYPARISSIFER, CYPARISSIFERA, CYPARISSIFERUM] : ADJ cypress-bearing;

[CYPARISSOS, CYPARISSI] : N plant (unidentified);

[CYPARISSUS, CYPARISSI] : N cypress-tree; cypress oil/wood, cypress-wood casket, spear of cypress-wood;

[CYPARITTIAS, CYPARITTIAE] : N species of spurge;

[CYPERIS, CYPERIDIS] : N root of the plant cyperos (kind of rush);

[CYPERON, CYPERI] : N plant, galingale; preparation of its aromatic root;

[CYPEROS, CYPERI] : N plant, galingale; preparation of its aromatic root;

[CYPERUM, CYPERI] : N plant, galingale; preparation of its aromatic root;

[CYPERUS, CYPERI] : N plant, galingale; preparation of its aromatic root;

[CYPHI, CYPHIS] : N egyptian perfuming powder;

[CYPHUS, CYPHI] : N bowl, goblet, cup; communion cup;

[CYPIRA, CYPIRAE] : N indian plant; (prob. turmeris curcuma longa);

[CYPIROS, CYPIRI] : N one/several sorts of gladiolus; (confused with cyperos);

[CYPIRUS, CYPIRI] : N one/several sorts of gladiolus; (confused with cyperos);

[CYPRESSINUS, CYPRESSINA, CYPRESSINUM] : ADJ of cypress; of/belonging to cypress trees; made of cypress wood; cypress-;

[CYPRESSUS, CYPRESSI] : N cypress-tree; cypress oil/wood, cypress-wood casket, spear of cypress-wood;

[CYPREUS, CYPREA, CYPREUM] : ADJ henna; (oleum ~ => henna oil); copper-. of copper (l+s);

[CYPRIANUS, CYPRIANI] : N cyprian; (st./bishop of carthage, ?-258, first great church organizer;

[CYPRINUM, CYPRINI] : N henna oil; fragrant oil from blossoms of cyprus, cyprus oil/ointment (l+s);

[CYPRINUM, CYPRINI] : N precious stone (unidentified);

[CYPRINUS, CYPRINA, CYPRINUM] : ADJ of the henna tree lawsonia inermis; henna oil; copper-. of copper (l+s);

[CYPRINUS, CYPRINI] : N carp;

[CYPRINUS, CYPRINI] : N henna oil;

[CYPRIUS, CYPRIA, CYPRIUM] : ADJ cyprian, of/belonging to cyprus; (island); (plants/metals); of cyprian copper;

[CYPRIUS, CYPRII] : N cypiran, inhabitant of cyprus; (island);

[CYPROS, CYPRI] : N cyprus; (island);

[CYPROS, CYPRI] : N henna-tree, egyptian privet lawsonia inermis; tree which yielded cyprium (l+s);

[CYPRUM, CYPRI] : N henna oil;

[CYPRUM, CYPRI] : N cyprian copper;

[CYPRUS, CYPRA, CYPRUM] : ADJ good; (sabine for bonus);

[CYPRUS, CYPRI] : N henna-tree, egyptian privet lawsonia inermis; tree which yielded cyprium (l+s);

[CYPRUS, CYPRI] : N cyprus; (island);

[CYPSELUS, CYPSELI] : N bird; (perh. swift);

[CYRENA, CYRENAE] : N cyrenae (pl.), town in north-west libia, associated district including crete;

[CYRENAEUS, CYRENAEA, CYRENAEUM] : ADJ cyrenean (of town in north-west libia and associated district including crete);

[CYRENAEUS, CYRENAEI] : N cyrenean, inhabitant of cyrenae (town in north-west libia/district w/crete);

[CYRENE, CYRENES] : N cyrenae (pl.), town in north-west libia, associated district including crete;

[CYRENEUS, CYRENEA, CYRENEUM] : ADJ cyrenean (of town in north-west libia and associated district including crete);

[CYRENEUS, CYRENEI] : N cyrenean, inhabitant of cyrenae (town in north-west libia/district w/crete);

[CYSTHOS, CYSTHI] : N female pudenda/exterior genitalia;

[CYTINUS, CYTINI] : N undeveloped flower/calyx of the pomegranate;

[CYTIS, CYTIS] : N precious stone (unidentified);

[CYTISUM, CYTISI] : N fodder plant, tree-medick medicago arborea; wood of this; scrubby snail-clover;

[CYTROPUS, CYTROPODIS] : N chafing dish/pot with feet (for cooking directly over coals on the ground); W:

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