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English to Latin Dictionary
BY
THE REV. J. E. RIDDLE, M.A.
OF ST. EDMUND HALL, OXFORD.






Index Generalis
A B C D E F G H I J K L M
N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z




ENGLISH - LATIN DICTIONARY


ABC: - abecedarium
Abyssinian: - Æthiops
Academy: - Academia
Achaea: - Achaia
Achaia: - Achaia
Acheron: - Acheron | 2. Acheron
Actium: - Actium
Adam: - Adam
Adriatic: - Hadria
Adriatic Sea: - Hadria
Aeneas: - Æneas
Aeolus: - Æolus
Africa: - Africa
African: - Afer | 2. Afer
Alps: - Alpes
Antichrist: - antichristus
April: - Aprilis
Arab: - Arabs
Arabian: - Arabicus, Arabius
Arabic: - Arabicus, Arabius
Ares: - Ares
Argus: - Argo
Aries: - Aries
Asia: - Asia
Astraea: - Astræa
Athena: - Athenæ
Athene: - Athenæ
Athenian: - Atheniensis | 2. Atheniensis
Athens: - Athenæ
Attica: - Attica
Aventine: - Aventinus
Avernus: - Avernus
Babel: - Babylon
Babylon: - Babylon
Bacchus: - Bacchus, Iacchus, Liber, Lyæus
Bellona: - Bellona
788dae Forest: - Abnoba
788dae Sea: - Pontus, Pontus Axenus
Caesar: - Cæsar
Capitol: - Capitolium
Capricorn: - Capricornus
Carthage: - Carthago
Carthaginian: - Carthaginiensis, Poenicus, Poenus, Punicus
Catholic: - catholicus
Cerberus: - Cerberus
Ceres: - Ceres
Chaldean: - Chaldæi
Charon: - Charon
Charybdis: - Charybdis
Chimera: - Chimæra
Christ: - Christus
Christian: - Christianus
Christianity: - Christianismus
Cicero: - Cicero
Circe: - Circe
Colossus: - Colossus
Copenhagen: - Hafnia
Crete: - Creta
Cupid: - Amor
Cybele: - Cybele
Danube: - Hister
Diana: - Diana
Ebro: - Hiberus
Ethiopian: - Æthiops
Etruria: - Etruria
Europa: - Europa | 2. Europa
Europe: - Europa
Euxine Sea: - Pontus, Pontus Axenus
Evening Star: - Cytherea, Venus
February: - Februarius
Gaul: - Gallia | 2. Gallus
God: - Deus
God's acre: - capulus, cimeterium
Greece: - Achaia, Græcia
Greek: - Achivus | 2. Græcus
Greek woman: - Achaias
Hesperus: - Hesperus
Italy: - Italia
January: - Ianuarius
Janus: - Ianus
Jove: - Diespiter, Iuppiter
July: - Iulius
June: - Iunius
Jupiter: - Diespiter, Iuppiter | 2. Diespiter, Iuppiter
Lucifer: - Satanas, Zabulus
Malta: - Melita
March: - Martius
Mars: - Mars
Messiah: - Messias
Minerva: - Minerva
Mister: - dominus
Mr.: - dominus
Oceanus: - Oceanus
Parthian: - pars | 2. pars
Pegasus: - Pegasus
Pentecost: - pentecoste
Persian: - Achæmenius | 2. barbarus
Po: - Padus
Prussia: - Prusia
Rhone: - Rhodanus
Roman: - Romanus | 2. Romanus
Rome: - Roma
Russia: - Ruthenia
Sabbath: - sabbata, sabbatum
Satan: - Satanas, Zabulus
Saturday: - sabbata, sabbatum
Scandinavia: - Scandia | 2. Scandia
Sicily: - Sicilia, Trinacria
Spain: - Hispania
Spanish fly: - cantharis
Stockholm: - Holmia
Styx: - Styx
Syracuse: - Syracusæ | 2. Syracusæ
Syria: - Syria
Tiber: - Tiber
Trojan: - Tros
Troy: - Ilion, Ilium
Venus: - Cytherea, Venus | 2. Cytherea, Venus
Vesta: - Vesta
Vulcan: - Mulciber, Vulcanus
West: - occasus, occidens, vesper
Westener: - Ausonius
Whitsunday: - pentecoste
Zama: - Zama
... ago: - ... abhinc, abhinc ...
a: - aliquis
abacus: - abacus | 2. abacus | 3. abacus
abbess: - abbatissa
abbey: - abbatia
abbot: - abbas
abbreviate: - abbreviare, curtare | 2. breviare
abdicate: - abdicare, abire
abdication: - abdicatio
abdomen: - abdomen | 2. abdomen | 3. alvus, aqualiculus, costa, venter
abductor: - abactor
aberration: - error | 2. casus
abet: - concitare | 2. adiuvare, adiutare, iuvare
abhor: - abominare, abominari
abhorrence: - abominatio
abhorrent: - abominabilis, atrox, aversabilis
abide: - patiri
ability: - ops | 2. capacitas
abjuration: - abrenuntiatio
abjure: - abiurare, abrenuntiare
ablative: - ablativus
abnegate: - abnegare | 2. abiurare, abrenuntiare
abnegation: - abnegatio
abode: - atrium
abolish: - abolere
abolition: - abolicio, abrogatio | 2. abolitio, abrogatio
abominable: - abominabilis, atrox, aversabilis
abominate: - abominare, abominari
abomination: - abomiamentum | 2. abominatio
aboriginal: - indigena | 2. archetypus
abortion: - abortus
abortive: - vanus
abounding in water: - aquosus
about: - circa | 2. circa
above: - super, supera | 2. super
above all: - potissimum
abridge: - abbreviare, curtare | 2. breviare
abridgement: - breviarium
abrogate: - abolere
abrogation: - abolicio, abrogatio | 2. abolitio, abrogatio
abrupt: - arduus | 2. repentinus
abruptly: - abrupte
absent: - absens | 2. absens
absent onself: - abætere, abire, abitere, abscedere
absinth: - absinthium
absolute: - absolutus | 2. absolutus | 3. absolutus | 4. absolutus
absolution: - absolutio
absolve: - absolvere
abstract: - abdere, adimere | 2. breviarium
abstruse: - arcanus
absurd: - absurdus
absurdity: - alogia
abuse: - catachresis
abyss: - abruptum, abyssus, crater, fauces
acacia: - acacia, acanthus
acanthus: - acanthus
accelerate: - accelerare
accent: - accentus
accept: - accipere
acceptable: - acceptabilis
acceptance: - acceptatio
acceptor: - acceptator
accidence: - casus
accident: - accidens, casus
acclaim: - acclamare | 2. acclamatio | 3. applaudere
acclamation: - acclamatio | 2. acclamatio
acclivity: - clinamen
accommodation: - atrium
accomodate: - adiuvare, adiutare, iuvare
accomplish: - pervenire
accomplishment: - actum, factum
accord: - permittere
accost: - appellare
account: - causa | 2. credere | 3. opinari
account book: - matrix
accredit: - credere
accretion: - accretio
accrue: - adolescere, crescere, accrescere | 2. accrescere
accumulation: - massa, multitudo, turba
accusal: - accusatio, categoria, crimen
accusation: - accusatio, categoria, crimen
accusative: - accusativus
accuse: - accusare
accuser: - accusator
acerbic: - acerbus | 2. acerbus, austerus | 3. acerbus, austerus | 4. acer, acutus | 5.
acerbus, amarus, amarulentus, austerus
acerbity: - acies, acritas, acror, acumen | 2. acerbitas, aloe, amarities, amaritudo |
3. acerbitas, aloe, amarities, amaritudo
achieve: - conciliare | 2. pervenire | 3. facere
achievement: - actio, actum | 2. actum, factum | 3. successus
acid: - acerbus | 2. acidus | 3. acerbus, austerus
acidify: - acescere
acknowledge: - agnoscere
aconite: - aconitum
acorn: - glans
acquire: - conciliare
acquit: - absolvere
acrid: - acerbus | 2. acerbus, austerus
acrimony: - acies, acritas, acror, acumen
act: - agere | 2. actio, actum | 3. facere | 4. actum, factum
action: - actio, actum | 2. proelium, pugna | 3. actum, factum | 4. causa
actor: - actor, mimus
actress: - mima
actuate: - movere
act crazy: - morari
act of grace: - abolitio
acuity: - acies, acritas, acror, acumen
adage: - adagium
add: - accensere, accommodare
adder: - aspis
additional: - ceterus
addled: - cariosus | 2. bardus, blennus, stultus
address: - appellare
adieu: - ave
adjective: - adjectivum
administration: - regimen, regimentum
administration of the last sacraments: - chrisma
admirable: - admirabilis
admiration: - admirabilitas, admiratio
admire: - admirari
admirer: - admirator
admission: - acceptatio
admit: - permittere
admonish: - admonere
admonition: - admonitus
adolescent: - adolescens | 2. adolescens
adorable: - adorabilis
adoration: - adoratio
adore: - adorare
adorer: - adorator
adulterer: - adulter, moechus
adulteress: - adultera, moecha
adulterous: - adulter
advance: - adire | 2. proximare
advantageous: - faustus
adverb: - adverbium
adversary: - colluctator, hostis
adverse: - hostifer, hosticus, hostilis
advertise: - annuntiare
advise: - monere
advocate: - advocatus, causidicus
aeon: - æon
affable: - comis, lepidus
affair: - causa, res | 2. casus
affection: - agape, amor, caritas
affix: - affigere
afford: - permittere
after: - post
agape: - agape
age: - ætas, ævum
agitate: - concitare
agrarian: - colonus
agreeable: - acceptabilis
agriculture: - agricultura, agricultio | 2. agricultura, agricultio
ague: - febris
ah: - a, ah, ai, hei, hem, heu
ahead: - ante, antehac
aid: - assessor, auxiliator, minister | 2. adiuvare, adiutare, iuvare | 3. auxilium, ops |
4. assessor, auxiliator, minister | 5. adiuvare, adiutare, iuvare | 6. auxilium, ops
ailment: - ægritudo, ægror, morbus
air: - ær, æther
alcoholic: - bibitor | 2. bibitor
alder-: - alneus
alder: - alneus | 2. alnus
ale: - cerevisia, cervisia
alga: - alga
alien: - abominabilis, atrox, aversabilis | 2. advena, adventicius, alienigenus,
allophylus, barbarus, bracatus | 3. advena, allophylus, hospitus
all-powerful: - omnipotens
allow: - permittere
all about: - perubique
all of a sudden: - repente, subito
all the: - omnis
almighty: - omnipotens
almost: - fere, pæne, prope
aloe: - aloe
alone: - solus
alphabet: - abecedarium
alphabetical: - abecedarius
already: - iam
altar: - altaria, ara
alter: - mutare
alum: - alumen
always: - semper
ambiguous: - ambiguus, amphibolus | 2. ambiguus, amphibolus
ambition: - ambitio
ambrosia: - ambrosia
amethyst: - amethystus
amnesty: - abolitio
among: - inter
amphitheatre: - amphitheatrum
amphora: - amphora
ample: - amplus, capax
amputate: - amputare
amulet: - phylacterium, præbia
amuse: - oblectare
anapaest: - anapæstus
anathema: - anathema
anatomist: - anatomicus
anatomy: - anatomia
anchor: - ancora
anchovy: - mæna
and: - ac, atque
angel: - angela | 2. angelus
angelic: - angelicus
angle: - angulus
animal: - animal | 2. bestia, fera
announce: - annuntiare
annual: - anniversarius, annuus
another: - alius | 2. alius
another man: - alius
another man's: - alienus
another time: - alias
answer: - respondere | 2. responsum
ant: - formica
anthem: - hymnus
antidote: - antidotum | 2. antidotum
anus: - anus, culus, podex
any: - aliquis | 2. aliquis | 3. quisquis
anybody: - aliquis
anyway: - aliqua
apart from: - absque
ape: - cercops, clura, simia
apoplectic fit: - apoplexia
apostle: - apostolus
apostolic: - apostolicus
appeal to: - advocare
appear: - apparere, comparere
appearance: - aspectamen, facies
appellation: - nomen, vocabulum
applaud: - acclamare | 2. applaudere
apple: - pomum
appraise: - æstimare, appretiare, censere, taxare
approach: - adire
approval: - acclamatio
approve: - approbare
approximately: - circa
aquatic: - aqualis, aquarius
aqueduct: - aquæductus
aquittal: - absolutio
arable: - arabilis
arbiter: - arbiter | 2. arbitratus
arbitrary: - arbitrarius
arbitrator: - arbiter | 2. arbitratus
arboreal: - arboreus
arbutus: - arbutus
arbutus fruit: - arbutum
arc: - arcus
arch: - arcus
archangel: - archangelus
archbishop: - archiepiscopus
archimandrite: - archimandrita
are: - caterva, grex
area: - area
arena: - arena
arise: - nasci
arm-: - bracchialis
arm: - armare | 2. bracchialis | 3. armus, bracchium, lacertus
armchair: - cathedra
armpit: - ala, axilla
army: - exercitus, legio
arm of the sea: - bracchium
around: - circa
arrival: - adventus
arrive: - advenire, pervenire
arrow: - arundo, calamus, sagitta
arse: - anus, culus, podex
arsehole: - cimex, mæna
art: - ars
artery: - arteria
arthritis: - arthritis
artichoke: - cactus
article: - articulus
artist: - artifex
as: - sic | 2. quia, quod
ash: - cinis, spodium | 2. fraxinus
ask: - quærere | 2. petere, rogare
ask for: - petere, rogare
asparagus: - asparagus
aspect: - aspectamen, facies
asphalt: - bitumen
ass: - asinus
assault: - appugnare, oppugnare
assemble: - coire
assert: - autumare
assign: - assignare
assist: - adiuvare, adiutare, iuvare | 2. adiuvare, adiutare, iuvare
assistant: - assessor, auxiliator, minister
assistent: - assessor, auxiliator, minister
associate: - coire
ass's: - asinarius, asininus
astringent: - acerbus, austerus
astrologer: - astrologus, mathematicus
astrology: - astrologia, mathematica
astronomer: - astrologus
astronomic: - astrologicus
astronomical: - astrologicus
astronomy: - astrologia, astronomia
asylum: - asylum
as a result of: - a, ab, abs
as for the rest: - ceterum
as if: - quasi
as though: - quasi
at: - ad | 2. apud | 3. a, ab, abs
atheist: - atheos
athlete: - athleta
athletic: - athletice
atmospheric phenomenon: - chasma, fax
atom: - atomus
attach: - affigere
attack: - appugnare, oppugnare
attain: - conciliare | 2. pervenire
attempt: - attemptare | 2. argumentum
attend: - alere | 2. adesse
at night: - noctu
at present: - nunc
at that place: - ibi, illic
audacity: - ferocia
aunt: - amita
aurochs: - bison, urus
automoton: - automatum
autumn: - autumnus, autumnum
avarice: - avaritia, avarities
avaricious: - avarus
average: - medius
aviary: - aviarium, ornithon
avoid: - vitare
awful: - abominabilis, atrox, aversabilis
awkward: - brutus
axiom: - axioma
axis: - axis
axle: - axis
backbiting: - calumnia
back of the neck: - cervix, collum
bacon: - arvina
bad: - malus, phaulius | 2. cariosus
badly: - male
bag: - coleus | 2. coleus
bald: - calvus
baldness: - calvities
ball-frame: - abacus
ball: - pila
ban: - anathema
bandage: - fascia | 2. fascia
baptism: - baptisma, baptismus
baptistery: - baptisterium
baptize: - baptizare
bar: - aquarium
barbarian: - barbarus
barbaric: - barbarus
barbarism: - barbarismus
barbel: - mullus | 2. mullus
bard: - bardus
bark: - cortex
barley: - hordeum
barrel: - cupa, vas | 2. canalis, fistula
barren: - sterilis | 2. sterilis
barrister-at-law: - advocatus, causidicus
barrister: - advocatus, causidicus
barrow: - cinis
bashfulness: - aporia, aporiatio
basin: - alveus, crater | 2. pelvis
basket: - calathus, cophinus, corbis
bass: - perca
bastard: - hibrida | 2. cimex, mæna
bat: - vespertilio
bath: - alveus, labrum, puelus | 2. balneum
baton: - arundo, baculum, baculus
battle: - proelium, pugna
bawdy: - latrina, lustrum, meritorium
be: - esse
beach: - acta, arena
beak: - beccus
bean: - faba
bear: - patiri | 2. ursus
beard: - barba
beast: - bestia, fera
beat: - battuere, fligere, pellere, pulsare
beautiful: - formosus, pulcher
beaver: - castor
because: - quia, quod
become: - accidere
become a Christian: - Christianizare
become bitter: - amarescere
become holy: - sanctescere
bedbug: - cimex
beech: - fagus
beehive: - alvarium, alveus, alvus, cavea
beer: - cerevisia, cervisia
beet-: - betaceus
beet: - betaceus | 2. beta
beetle: - scarabæus | 2. scarabæus
before: - ante, præ, pro
beg: - æruscare | 2. petere, rogare
beggar: - æruscator
behead: - carnificare
behind: - post
believe: - credere
belly: - abdomen | 2. alvus, aqualiculus, costa, venter
belt: - ala, copula, zona
bend: - flectere
bent: - curvus | 2. curvus
berry: - acinus, baca
beryl: - beryllus
beside: - apud
besides: - ceterum
best: - optimus
better: - melior
between: - inter
bevy: - caterva, grex
beyond: - præter
be able to: - posse, potui
be absent: - abesse
be acid: - acere
be afraid of: - timere
be ailing: - ægrere, ægrotare
be alive: - vivere
be balding: - calvescere
be bold: - audere
be born: - nasci
be missing: - abesse
be possible: - posse
be present: - adesse
be sour: - acere
be taken ill: - ægrescere
bicolour: - bicolor
bicoloured: - bicolor
bid: - petere, rogare
biennial: - bimus
big: - grandis, magnus
bile: - bilis
bill: - beccus
bind: - ligare
bird-: - avitus
bird: - avitus | 2. ales, aves, volucris
bird's: - avitus
birth: - natio
bishop: - antistes, episcopus
bite: - mordere
bitter: - acerbus, amarus, amarulentus, austerus
bitterness: - acerbitas, aloe, amarities, amaritudo | 2. acerbitas, aloe, amarities,
amaritudo
788dae: - ater, niger
788daeberry: - rubus
788daeberry bush: - rubus
788daeness: - atritas
bladder: - vesica
blade: - calamus | 2. calamus
blame: - crimen, culpa
blanch: - albare
blank: - albus, candidus, canus
blaspheme: - blasphemare
blasphemer: - blasphemus
blasphemy: - blasphemia, blasphematio
bleak: - acidus, amarus
bleat: - balare
blend: - miscere
blessing: - benedictio
blind: - cæcus
blindness: - cæcitudo
block: - caudex, codex
blood: - sanguis
bloom: - flos
blot: - macula
blow: - aspirare
blushing: - ruber, russus
boar: - verres
board: - tabula
boat: - alveus, cumba, cymba, navia, scapha | 2. actuariola
bodily: - corporalis, corporeus
body-: - corporalis, corporeus
body: - corporalis, corporeus | 2. corpus
bold: - carnatus, crassus, obesus
boldness: - ferocia
bolt: - pessulus
bondwoman: - ancilla, serva
bone: - os
book-keeper: - calculo
book: - caudex, codex, liber
bookcase: - bibliotheca
bookseller: - bibliopola
boon: - benedictio
boot: - calceus
boozer: - bibitor | 2. bibitor
border: - labrum, limbus, ora
boss: - dux | 2. dominus | 3. dux
bough: - ramus, virga
boundary: - finis, limes, ora
bovine: - bovillus, bovinus, bublus, bubulus | 2. bos
bovine animal: - bos
bow: - arcus
bowdlerize: - castificare
bowl: - pelvis
box-tree: - buxus
box: - arca | 2. capsa | 3. alveus, olla
boxer: - pugil | 2. pugil
boy: - puer | 2. ambactus, anculus, calo, cliens, minister
bra: - fascia
bracelet: - armilla | 2. armilla
braid: - plectere
brain: - cerebellum, cerebrum
bramble: - rubus
branch: - ramus, virga
brand: - stigmare | 2. character, stigma
branding iron: - character
brass: - aurichalcum, orichalcum | 2. aurichalcum, orichalcum
bray: - oncare
bread: - panis
break: - abrumpere | 2. rumpere
break off: - abrumpere
breast: - mamma, uber
breath: - anima
breathe: - aspirare, halare
breed: - gens, genus, natio
breeze: - aura
bribe: - pervetere
brick: - later
bridge: - pons
brief: - brevis
brim: - labrum, limbus, ora
brimstone: - sulphur, sulpur
bring: - adducere, ferre
bring away: - asportare
brink: - labrum, limbus, ora
broad: - latus
bronze: - æneus, aheneus | 2. æs
broom: - virga
brothel: - latrina, lustrum, meritorium | 2. latrina, lustrum, meritorium
brother-in-law: - levir
brother: - frater
bubble: - borrire | 2. vesica
bucket: - aqualis
buffalo: - bubalus
buffet: - abacus
buffoon: - maccus
bug: - cimex
building: - ædificatio, ædificium
bulb: - ampulla | 2. bulbus
bulky: - amplus, capax
bull: - taurus
bullet: - globus
bump: - gibba
bunch: - fascis
bundle: - fascis
burden: - onus
burdensome: - brutus, gravis
burial mound: - cinis
burn: - flagrare
burn down: - cremare
burr: - lappa
business: - causa, res
business deal: - causa, res
but: - absque | 2. at, tamen
butcher: - cædere, mactare
butterfly: - papilio
by: - apud | 2. a, ab, abs | 3. a, ab, abs | 4. præter
bye: - ave
byname: - agnomen, cognomen, cognomentum
byre: - bovile, bubile
by accident: - casualis
by chance: - casualis
by night: - noctu
by now: - iam
cabbage: - brassica, crambe, raphanus
cabin: - canaba, casa
cabinet: - armarium
cadaver: - cadaver
calculate: - calculare
calf: - vitellus
call: - vocare
camel: - camelus
canal: - canalis, via
canary: - passer
candidate: - candidatus
candle: - candela
cane-: - arundineus, canneus
cane-field: - cannetum
cane: - arundo, baculum, baculus | 2. arundineus, canneus | 3. arundo, calamus,
canna
cantharides: - cantharis
capability: - capacitas
capture: - capere
card: - carere
care: - cura
careful: - cautus
carefully: - cautim
caress: - admulcere, adulare
carnivorous: - carnivorus | 2. carnivorus
carry: - portare, tulere, vehere
carry away: - asportare
case: - causa, res | 2. casus | 3. casus
cashier's stand: - fiscus
castle: - arx, turris | 2. turris
castrate: - castrare
cat: - feles
catastrophe: - catastropha
catch: - capere | 2. captus
catechism: - catechismus
cattle-lifter: - abactor | 2. abactor
cattle-stealer: - abactor | 2. abactor
cause: - causa
caution: - monere, admonere | 2. cautela, cautio | 3. cautela, cautio
cautious: - cautus
cave: - antrum, caverna | 2. antrum, caverna | 3. antrum, caulæ, cavea, cavum,
cavus
cavern: - antrum, caverna
cavity: - antrum, caulæ, cavea, cavum, cavus | 2. antrum, caulæ, cavea, cavum,
cavus
cedar: - cedrinus | 2. cedrus
celebrate: - celebrare
celebration: - festum
celery: - apium
celestial: - ætherius, cæles, cælestis, cælicus
cell: - carcer
cemetery: - capulus, cimeterium
censer: - turibulum
centaur: - Centaurus
centipede: - scolopendra
cerastes: - cerastes
ceremony: - cæremonia, cærimonia | 2. cæremonia, cærimonia | 3. cæremonia,
cærimonia | 4. cæremonia, cærimonia | 5. cæremonia, cærimonia
certain: - cautus, certus
certainly: - certe, certim, certo
certainty: - certitudo
chain: - catena
chalk: - creta
chamber: - cella
chamois: - capra, capreolus
chance: - casus | 2. occasio
change: - mutare | 2. mutare
channel: - canalis, via | 2. canalis, fistula
chaos: - chaos
chapter: - caput
character: - natura
charcoal: - carbo
charge: - onus
charm: - phylacterium, præbia
charming: - bellus
chase away: - abigere
chasm: - abruptum, abyssus, crater, fauces
chaste: - castus
chasten: - castificare
chastity: - castimonia, castitas
cheese: - caseus
chef: - archimagirus
cherry-tree: - cerasus
cherry: - cerasus
chest: - arca | 2. thorax
chestnut-tree: - castanea | 2. castanea
chicken: - gallina
chicory: - cichorium, pancratium
chief: - dux | 2. dux
chiefly: - potissimum | 2. potissimum
child: - proles
choke: - astrangulare
choose: - optare
christen: - baptizare
christening: - baptisma, baptismus
chuck: - admulcere, adulare
cinder: - cinis, spodium
cinnamon: - casia, cinnamum, cinnamomum
circle: - circus, orbis | 2. circulus, orbis
circumvent: - ambire
city: - oppidum, urbs
clandestinely: - absconse, arcano, celatim
clap: - applaudere
clarion: - tuba
class: - classis
clay: - argilla
clean: - castus, purus, putus | 2. purgare
cleanse: - purgare
clergyman: - clericus
clerk: - amanuensis
clever: - captiosus, trebax, vafer
climate: - clima
cloak: - mantellum
close: - claudere | 2. angustus, artus
closet: - armarium
clothe: - vestire
cloud: - ær, nebula, nubes
clover: - trifolium
clown: - maccus
cluster: - fascis
co-operate: - collaborare
coast-: - orarius
coast: - orarius | 2. acta, litus, ora
coastal: - orarius
cock-pigeon: - columbus
cock: - gallus
cockroach: - tinea
coffin: - arca, capulus
coherent: - continuus
coition: - clinopale, coetus, coitus
cold: - frigus
collar: - boiæ
collateral branch: - bracchium
colleague: - collega
collection: - caterva, grex
colony: - colonia
colossal: - Colosseus, Colossicus
colour: - colorare | 2. color
coltsfoot: - farferis | 2. farferus
combination: - adunatio
come: - venire
comet: - cometes, fax
come about: - accidere | 2. accidere
come close: - proximare
come closer: - proximare
come flocking in: - affluere
come on: - adire | 2. proximare
commend: - laudare
common: - communis
commonplace: - abiectus
commotion: - scandalum
compact: - compactus
compare: - comparare
compel: - coercere
compensation: - præmium
competition: - agon, pugna
complete: - plenus
concave: - cassus, cavus
conceal: - abdere, abscondere, celare
concern: - causa | 2. cura
concert: - acroama
conduct: - ducere
confidence: - fides
congregate: - coire
connect: - copulare | 2. ligare
connected: - continuus
conquer: - profligare, vincere
consider: - spectare
consistent: - continuus
constringent: - acerbus, austerus
consul: - consul
consumption: - cachexia, phthisis
consumptive: - cachetcta
container: - alveus, olla
contest: - agon, pugna
continuous: - perpetuum
control: - gubernare, regere, regnare
convert: - converti
cook: - coquus, magirus
cool: - alsus
cooperate: - collaborare
copper: - æneus, aheneus, ærarius, chalceus | 2. æs
copy: - apographon
cord: - chorda | 2. ceruchus, funis
coriander: - coriandrum
cork: - cortex
corn: - callum
cornel: - cornum, cornus
corner: - angulus
corn cockle: - lolium
corona: - corona
corporal: - corporalis, corporeus
corporeal: - corporalis, corporeus
corpse: - cadaver
corpulent: - carnatus, crassus, obesus
cottage: - casa
cough: - tussis
counsel: - advocatus, causidicus | 2. monere
count: - calculare
counting-frame: - abacus
country: - rus
countryside: - rus
couple: - combinare
courage: - cervix
courier: - cursor
course: - catinus, tryblium
cover: - operire, tegere
cow-: - bovillus, bovinus, bublus, bubulus
cow: - bovillus, bovinus, bublus, bubulus | 2. vacca
cowhouse: - bovile, bubile
cowshed: - bovile, bubile
crack-brained: - cerritulus
cramped: - angustus, artus
crawl: - repere, serpere
crayfish: - cancer
craziness: - amentia, dementia | 2. amentia, dementia
crazy: - amens, astrosus, cerebrosus, Ceritus, Cerritus, demens
create: - creare
creep: - repere, serpere
crime: - crimen, scelus
croak: - coaxare
crocodile: - crocodilus
cross: - bifurcum, crux
crow: - cornix
crowd: - massa, multitudo, turba | 2. multitudo
crude: - crudus
cruel: - acerbus, atrox, barbarus, crudelis
crystal: - crystallus
cry out: - boare
cuckoo: - cuculus
cucumber: - cucumis
cultivate: - colere
cunning: - captiosus, trebax, vafer | 2. versutia
cupboard: - armarium
current: - amnis | 2. amnis
curse: - blasphemare
curtail: - breviare
curved: - curvus
cuss: - blasphemare
custom: - mos | 2. mos
cut: - scalpere, secare
cylinder: - cylindrus
cymbal: - cymbalum
cypres: - cupressus, cyparissus
dad: - tata
daddy: - tata
daffodil: - narcissus
daft: - cerritulus
dagger: - parazonium, pugio
daily: - cotidianus | 2. cotidie
danger: - periculum
dangerous: - acutus
dare: - audere
daring: - ferocia
dark: - ater, cæruleus, caligineus, caliginosus, obscurus, tenebricosus
darkness: - caligo, caligatio
dark #788dae: - cæruleus
darling: - cicaro
darn: - bombax
date: - caryota, caryotis | 2. caryota, caryotis
daughter: - filia
day: - dies
dazzle: - cæcare
dead-nettle: - lamium
dead: - mortuus
dear: - carus | 2. carus
death: - funus, letum, mors, obitus, Orcus
decapitate: - carnificare
decide: - censere
deem: - credere | 2. opinari | 3. spectare
deep: - profundus
deer-: - cervinus
deer: - cervinus | 2. cervus
defecate: - assidere, cacare
defend: - defendere
deference: - cæremonia, cærimonia
degree: - titulus
deluge: - cataclysmus
demand: - exigere, postulare
demigod: - heros, semideus
demigodess: - heroine, herois
den: - antrum, caverna
deny: - abnuere, negare
deny oneself: - abnegare
depart: - abætere, abire, abitere, abscedere
depth: - altum | 2. altum
desert: - arena
desire: - optare
despair: - desperare | 2. desperatio
despise: - apolactizare
despot: - dominus
despotic: - tyrannicus
destroy: - annihilare, annullare
devil: - antitheus
devotion: - cæremonia, cærimonia
diagram: - figura
diary: - commentarius
dictator: - dictator
die: - mori | 2. alea, cubus
different: - absimilis
dig: - fodere
dill: - anethum
dim: - ater, cæruleus, caligineus, caliginosus, obscurus, tenebricosus
diminutive: - parvus
direct: - rectus
disappear: - abolescere, aboriri, aborisci, abscedere
discover: - reperire
disease: - ægritudo, ægror, morbus
dish: - catinus, tryblium | 2. catinus, tryblium
dismal: - abiectus | 2. acidus, amarus
dismiss: - ablegare, amandare, relegare
disobedient: - inobsequens | 2. inobsequens
dispose of: - vendere
district: - regio | 2. vicus
ditch: - fossa
divide: - abiungere, abrumpere, segregare, seiungere
divine: - cælestis, dius, divus, sacer, sanctus
do: - facere
dock: - lapathum, rumex
doctor: - clinicus, medicus
doe: - cerva
dog: - canis
dogberry: - cornum, cornus
doll: - pupa
dolphin: - delphin
donkey-: - asinarius, asininus
donkey-driver: - agaso, asinarius, onagus
donkey: - asinarius, asininus | 2. asinus
door: - ianua
doorwoman: - ianitrix
doubt: - dubitare, addubitare | 2. dubium
dove: - columbula | 2. columba
do away with: - relegare
dragon: - draco, serpens
draw: - æquabilitas
dreary: - acidus, amarus
dress: - vestire
drink: - bibere
drinkable: - bibilis
drive away: - abigere
dromedary: - camelus
droop: - pendere
drop: - cadere | 2. cædere
drunk: - appotus
dry: - assiccare
duck-: - anatinus
duck: - anatinus | 2. anatina | 3. anas
duck's: - anatinus
duck meat: - anatina
dull: - brutus
dung: - merda
during: - dum
during the night: - noctu
dusk: - crepusculum
dust: - pulvis
dwell: - colere, habitare
dwelling: - atrium
dye: - color
each: - omnis
eagle: - aquila
ear-drop: - tribacca
ear: - auris, auricilla, auricula | 2. arista
earlobe: - auricilla, auricula
earn back: - reparare
earring: - tribacca
earth: - humus, tellus, terra
earthquake: - ostes, tremor
earthworm: - lumbricus
easily: - facile
easy: - facilis
edge: - labrum, limbus, ora
edging: - labrum, limbus, ora
education: - catechesis
eel: - anguilla
effort: - opera
egg: - ovum
eight: - octo
eighteen: - duodeviginti
eighth: - octavus
eighty: - octoginta
elbow: - ancon
elder: - sambucus
elect: - optare
elegy: - ælinos
element: - elementa | 2. basis
elements: - abecedarium
elephant-: - barrinus
elephant: - barrinus | 2. barrus, elephantus
elephantine: - barrinus
elephant's: - barrinus
eleven: - undecim
elk: - alces
else: - alius
elsewhere: - alibi
emerge: - apparere, comparere
emmet: - formica
emperor: - dominus, imperator
employ: - uti
empty: - inanis, vacuus
enchanter: - magus
enchantment: - magia
end: - finis
ending: - finis
endive: - cichorium
endure: - patiri | 2. tolerare
end up: - advenire, pervenire
enemy: - colluctator, hostis
engine: - machina
enigma: - ænigma, griphus
enigmatic character: - ænigma
enjoyable: - acceptabilis
enlargement: - accretio
ennumeration: - catalogus
enough: - satis
entire: - universus
entrée: - antecenium
equal: - æquus, par
equality: - æquabilitas
equestrian: - caballinus, canterinus
equilibrium: - æquilibrium
err: - errare
errand: - nuntius
error: - error
especially: - potissimum
essay: - thesis
estate: - vicus, villa
estimate: - æstimare, appretiare, censere, taxare
estuary: - bracchium
eternal: - æternalis, æternus
eternity: - æternitas, ævum, ævitas
ether: - æther
eunuch: - castratus
evade: - vitare
even: - æquus, planus | 2. æquus, par
evening: - vesper
event: - occasio
ever: - semper
every: - omnis
everybody: - omnis
everywhere: - perubique
every one: - omnis
ever since: - a, ab, abs
exceed: - antepollere, antestare, antevenire, superare
except: - absque
exclusively: - modo, solum, tantum
excommunication: - anathema
excrement: - merda
executioner: - carnifex
exhale: - exhalare
exhortation: - admonitus
expel: - abigere
expensive: - carus
expert: - artifex
expire: - mori
expurgate: - castificare
extensive: - amplus, capax | 2. amplus, latus
eye: - oculus
fabric: - tela, textile, textura, textus
face: - facies, vultus
facile: - facilis
faint: - æger
fair: - forum
faith: - fides
fall: - cadere | 2. casus
fall ill: - ægrescere
false: - falsus
false step: - casus
fame: - fama | 2. gloria
family: - familia, gens
famine: - fames
famous: - famosus
farewell: - ave
farm: - vicus, villa
farmer: - colonus | 2. agoris | 3. colonus
farming: - agricultura, agricultio
farmland: - arvum
fast: - firmus
fat: - carnatus, crassus, obesus | 2. crassus, pinguis | 3. arvina
father-in-law: - socer
father: - pater | 2. pater
fatherland: - patria
fatherless: - apator
fatty: - crassus, pinguis
fault: - crimen, culpa
favor: - favere | 2. faventia, favor
favour: - favere | 2. faventia, favor
favourable: - faustus
favourite: - favea
fear: - timere
feed: - alere, nutrire
feel: - sentire
fellow: - vir
female: - femineus, femininus | 2. femineus, femininus
female angel: - angela
female martyr: - martyria
female panther: - pardalis
female pigeon: - columbula
female singer: - cantrix
female slave: - ancilla, serva
female stranger: - hospita
female thief: - fur
feminine: - femineus, femininus
fennel: - feniculum
fertile: - fecundus | 2. fecundus
festival: - festum
fetch: - adducere, ferre
fever: - febris
fewer: - minus
fiber: - fibra
fibre: - fibra
field: - ager | 2. arvum | 3. arvum | 4. arvum
fifteen: - quindecim
fifth: - quintus
fifty: - quinquaginta
fig-tree: - ficus | 2. ficus
fig: - ficus
fight: - battuere, dimicare, fendere, pugnare
fighting cock: - cicirrus
figure: - figura | 2. calculare
file: - limare | 2. lima
fill: - opplere
fillet: - fascia
fill in: - opplere
fill up: - opplere
find: - reperire
fine: - formosus, pulcher | 2. cardinalis
finger: - digitus
fir: - abies
fire: - ignis, incendium
firebox: - caminus
fire on the hearth: - caminus
firm: - firmus | 2. solidus
first: - primus
first name: - prænomen
firth: - bracchium
fish: - piscis
fishing rod: - arundo, calamus
fist: - pugnus
fit: - apoplexia
fitness: - capacitas
five: - quinque
fix: - reparare
flame: - flamma
flamingo: - phoenicopterus
flat: - æquus, planus
flax: - linum
flee: - profugere
flee back: - refugere
flesh: - caro, corpus
flight: - fuga
flint: - silex
float: - nare, natare
flock: - grex
flood: - cataclysmus
flow: - fluere | 2. amnis
flower: - flos
flow towards: - affluere
fly: - volare | 2. musca
fly away: - avolare
fog: - caligo
fold: - plicare | 2. ovile
folk: - plebs, populus
follow: - sequi
fondle: - admulcere, adulare
fool: - baceolus
foolish: - demens, stultus | 2. bardus, blennus, stultus
foot: - pes | 2. pes
for: - dum | 2. quia, quod
forbid: - prohibire, vetare
force: - coercere | 2. cervix, ops, vis
forefather: - abavus, avus
forehead: - frons
foreign: - advena, adventicius, alienigenus, allophylus, barbarus, bracatus | 2.
advena, allophylus, hospitus
foreigner: - advena | 2. advena, barbarus | 3. hospes
foreign country: - barbaria, barbaries
foreign lady: - advena
foreign woman: - advena
foreleg: - antepes
forest: - lustrum, silva
forest path: - callis
fork: - furca
form: - facies, forma
formerly: - ante, antehac
fortification: - castellum, castrum
fortune: - fortuna
forty: - quadraginta
for the rest: - ceterum
foundation: - basis
four: - quattuor
fourteen: - quattuordecim
fourth: - quartus
fowl: - gallina
fox: - vulpes
fragment: - fragmentum
freezing cold: - gelu
frequently: - sæpe
friend: - amica | 2. amicus, cultor
friendly: - comis, lepidus | 2. amicus
friendship: - amicitia, hospitium
fringe: - labrum, limbus, ora
frog: - rana
from: - a, ab, abs | 2. a, ab, abs | 3. a, ab, abs, e, ex
from where: - unde
frontier: - finis, limes, ora
front paw: - antepes
frost: - gelu | 2. gelu
fruit-tree: - pomum, pomus
fruit: - fructus, pomum
fruitful: - fecundus
full: - plenus
function: - officium
fund: - fiscus
fungus: - fungus
furnace: - caminus
futile: - vanus
fuzzy: - caliginosus
gadfly: - asilus
gag: - iocatio, ioculatio, iocus
gain: - lucrum
gall: - bilis
gamecock: - cicirrus
gammer: - anus, cinis
gaol: - phylaca | 2. phylaca | 3. phylaca
garden: - hortus
garlic: - alium, allium
gate: - porta
gateway: - porta
gather: - coire
gaunt: - angularis, angulatus, angulosus | 2. petilus | 3. petilus
gazelle: - bubalus
gelding: - canterius
general: - catholicus
generation: - ætas
gentle: - suavis
gentleman: - dominus
gently: - cautim
geography: - geographia
germinate: - germinare
get: - conciliare | 2. advenire, pervenire | 3. pervenire | 4. capere
get hungry: - adesurire
get rid of: - relegare
ghastly: - acidus, amarus
ghost: - lamina, larva, phasma
gift: - donum
giraffe: - panthera
girdle: - ala, copula, zona
girl: - puella, puera
give: - dare, donare
give notice: - annuntiare
glad: - lætus
glass: - vitrum
glory: - gloria
glow: - ardere, calere, flagrare
glow with heat: - ardere, calere, flagrare
gnaw: - rodere
go: - ire, vadere | 2. vehere
goblet: - calix, cyathus
god: - deus, divus
gold-coloured: - aureus, aurulentus, chrysizon
gold-mine: - auraria
gold: - aurarius, aureus, chryseus | 2. aurum, chrysos
golden: - aurarius, aureus, chryseus | 2. auricomus | 3. aureus, aurulentus, chrysizon
goldfinch: - acalanthis, carduelis
goldsmith: - aurifex
good-for-nothing: - ballio
good-natured: - comis, lepidus
good: - bonus | 2. bonum
goodbye: - ave
goose: - anser
gourd: - cucurbita
gout: - podagra
govern: - gubernare, regere, regnare
government: - regimen, regimentum
go around: - ambire
go away: - abætere, abire, abitere, abscedere
go for a walk: - ambulare
grammar: - grammatica
grandfather: - avus
grandmother: - avia
grape: - acinus, botrus, botrys
grapevine: - vitis
grapple: - capere
grass: - herba, gramen
grasshopper: - locusta
grave-mound: - cinis
grave: - tumba
gravel: - silex
graveyard: - capulus, cimeterium
grease: - arvina
greasy: - crassus, pinguis
great-grandfather: - abavus, avus
great: - cardinalis | 2. grandis, magnus
greatgrandchild: - abnepos
green: - cæruleus
greenweed: - genista
greet: - salutare
grey: - canens, canus, ravus
grief: - ægrimonia, mæstitia
grisly: - acidus, amarus
groan: - gemere
groom: - agaso | 2. agaso
grotto: - antrum, caverna
ground: - humus
group: - caterva, grex
grow: - accidere | 2. adolescere, crescere, accrescere | 3. colere
growth: - accretio
grow sour: - acescere
grub: - fodere | 2. uterus
gruesome: - abominabilis, atrox, aversabilis
guard: - gustos
guelder rose: - viburnum
guess: - putare
guest: - hospes, hospitator
guide: - ducere
guilt: - crimen, culpa
gulf: - abruptum, abyssus, crater, fauces
habit: - mos
haddock: - asellus
hair: - capillus
hairpiece: - caliandrum, caliendrum, capillamentum
hair ribbon: - fascia
halcyon: - alcedo, alcyon | 2. alcedo, alcyon
halo: - halos
hammer: - malleus, marcus
hand: - manus
handsome: - formosus, pulcher
hang: - pendere
hangman: - carnifex
hang onto: - habere, tenere
happen: - accidere | 2. accidere
happy: - lætus
harbor: - portus
harbour: - portus
hard: - durus | 2. durus
hardly: - ægre
haricot: - phaselus
harmony: - harmonia
harp: - harpa
harpy: - Harpyia
harsh: - acerbus | 2. acerbus, austerus
hate: - odisse | 2. odium
have: - habere
have compassion on: - compati
have got: - habere
hawk: - accipiter
hay: - fenum
hazard: - casus
hazel-tree: - corylus | 2. corylus
hazel: - corylus | 2. corylus
he-goat: - caper, hircus
head: - caput | 2. caput | 3. caput | 4. caput
heading: - titulus
health: - sanitas
healthy: - sanus
heap: - massa, multitudo, turba | 2. caterva, grex
hear: - audire
hearsay: - fama
heart: - cor
hearth: - caminus, focus
heat: - caldor, calor
heaven: - æther, æthra, axis, cælum
heavenly: - ætherius, cæles, cælestis, cælicus
heavenly body: - aster, astrum
heavy: - brutus, gravis
heel: - calx, calcanium
height: - altitudo, altum
heir: - heres
hello: - ave
helmet: - cassis
help: - adiuvare, adiutare, iuvare | 2. auxilium, ops | 3. adiuvare, adiutare, iuvare |
4. auxilium, ops
helper: - assessor, auxiliator, minister | 2. assessor, auxiliator, minister
hemlock: - cicuta
hemp: - cannabis
herald: - ceryx
herb: - herba, gramen
herd: - caterva, grex | 2. grex
here: - hinc, huc
hermit: - cellulanus
hero: - heros
heroin: - heroine, herois
heroine: - heroine, herois
hey: - heu
hide: - abdere, abscondere, celare
hideous: - abominabilis, atrox, aversabilis
high: - altus, arduus, celsus
hill: - collis
hillside: - clinamen
hind: - cerva
hinny: - burdo
hip: - coxa, coxendix, femur
hippo: - hippopotamus
hippopotamus: - hippopotamus
hired house: - meritorium
hit: - battuere, fligere, pellere, pulsare
hither: - hinc, huc
hoarse: - raucus
hog: - maialis, porcus
hold: - habere, tenere
hole: - fossa | 2. cavum, cavus
holiness: - cæremonia, cærimonia
hollow: - cassus, cavus
holly: - ilex
holy: - sacer, sacratus, sanctus
holy deed: - cæremonia, cærimonia
holy object: - sacrum
honey: - mel
honeycomb: - cerium, favus
honor: - honor
honour: - honor
hoof: - calx
hoop: - circulus, trochus
hoopoo: - upupa
hooter: - cornu
hope: - sperare | 2. spes
horn: - cornu | 2. cornu
horned viper: - cerastes
hornet: - crabro
horrible: - abominabilis, atrox, aversabilis | 2. acidus, amarus
horror: - abominatio | 2. horror
horse-: - caballinus, canterinus
horse-fly: - asilus
horse: - caballinus, canterinus | 2. caballus, equus
hospitable: - hospitalis, hospitus
hospitality: - hospitalitas
host: - copa
hostage: - obses | 2. obses
hostess: - copa | 2. hospita
hostile: - hostifer, hosticus, hostilis
hour: - hora
house: - ædes, domus
housefly: - musca
housewife: - domina
house of ill fame: - latrina, lustrum, meritorium
house to let: - meritorium
however: - at, tamen
howl: - bovinari
huddle: - cohabitare
huge: - Colosseus, Colossicus
human: - humanus
human being: - homo
hump: - gibba
hundred: - centum
hundred thousand: - centum milia
hunger: - fames
hurricane: - catægis
hut: - canaba, casa
hyaena: - hyæna
hymn: - hymnus
hysterical: - hystericus
ibex: - ægoceros, petro | 2. ægoceros, petro
ibis: - ibis
if: - si
ill: - æger, ægrotus
illness: - ægritudo, ægror, morbus
image: - imago | 2. figura
immensely rich: - zaplutus
important: - gravis
incense: - tus
incensory: - turibulum
incest: - incestum
incite: - concitare
increase: - accrescere | 2. accretio
incubate: - incubare
indicate: - monstrare
indication: - ales, avis, omen | 2. ales, omen
indivisible: - indivisibilis
inexplicable: - inexplanabilis
infertile: - sterilis | 2. sterilis
ink: - atramentum
innkeeper: - copa
insane: - amens, astrosus, cerebrosus, Ceritus, Cerritus, demens
insanity: - amentia, dementia | 2. amentia, dementia
instead of: - pro
insubordinate: - inobsequens | 2. inobsequens
intercessor: - advocatus, causidicus
intoxicated: - appotus
invite tenders for: - ablocare
invoke: - advocare
in a way: - quasi
in consequence of: - a, ab, abs
in front of: - ante, præ, pro
in the morning: - mane
in the presence of: - apud
iron: - ferrum
island: - insula
ivy: - hedera
jail: - phylaca | 2. phylaca | 3. phylaca
javelin: - curis, cuspis, matara, taxus, tragula, veru, verutum
jaw: - bucca, mala
jawbone: - bucca, mala
jeer at: - illudere
jenny-ass: - asella
jest: - iocare
jester: - maccus
job: - labor | 2. officium
join: - copulare | 2. ligare | 3. adunare | 4. coire
joining: - adunatio
joint: - artus | 2. communis
joke: - iocare | 2. iocatio, ioculatio, iocus
journey: - via
judge: - censere, iudicare
jug: - aqualis | 2. olla | 3. alveus, olla
jump: - salire
junction: - adunatio
just: - modo, solum, tantum
keel: - carina
kerchief: - calautica
key: - clavis
kidney: - ren
kill: - mortificare, necare, occidere
kiln: - caminus
kind: - comis, lepidus
king: - rex
kingdom: - regnum
kingfisher: - alcedo, alcyon | 2. alcedo, alcyon
kingship: - regnum
kiss: - basiare | 2. basiatio, basium, philema
kitchen: - culina
kite: - miluus
klaxon: - cornu
knee: - genu, poples
knot: - nodare
know: - scire
know how: - scire
lad: - puer
laddie: - puer
lake: - lacus
lamb: - agninus | 2. agnellina, agnina | 3. agna
lame: - catax, claudus
lament: - lamentari
lance: - abies, framea, phalarica
land: - humus, tellus, terra
landlady: - copa
landlord: - copa
land tortoise: - chersus
language: - lingua
lantern: - lanterna
larch: - larix
large: - grandis, magnus
lark: - alauda
larkspur: - vaccinium
larva: - uterus
lass: - puella, puera
late: - serus
laud: - laudare
laughter: - risus
laurel: - laurus
lavender: - casia
law: - lex
lawsuit: - causa
lawyer: - advocatus, causidicus
laxative: - catharticum
lay down: - ponere
lay hold of: - capere
lazy: - piger
lead: - ducere | 2. molybdus, plumbum
leader: - dux
leaf: - folium
lean: - petilus | 2. petilus
leap: - salire
leasurely: - lente
leather: - corium
leave: - abætere, abire, abitere, abscedere
leech: - hirudo
leek: - alium, allium
leg: - crus
legion: - legio
lemon-tree: - citrus | 2. citrus
less: - minus
let: - ablocare
letter: - charta, epistola, littera | 2. littera
lettuce: - thridax
level: - æquus, planus | 2. æquus, par
lever: - levare
lewd: - incestus
lewdly: - incaste
librarian: - bibliothecarius
lie: - mentiri
life: - vita
lift: - levare
light: - lumen, lux | 2. æger
lighten: - fulgere
lightly: - cautim
lightning: - fulmen
like that: - sic
lily: - lilium
lime-: - tiliaceus, tiliagineus, tiliaris
lime-tree: - tilia
lime: - calx | 2. tiliaceus, tiliagineus, tiliaris
limit: - finis, limes, ora
linden-tree: - tilia
line: - linea
lineage: - origo
linguistic: - grammaticus
lion: - leo
lip: - labea, labia, labium, labrum
liquidate: - mortificare, necare, occidere
lira: - chelys, lyra
list: - caudex, codex
listen: - auscultare
listener: - audiens
little: - parvus
little bird: - aucella, avicula
little boat: - acatium
little owl: - bubo
little stick: - bacillum
live: - colere, habitare | 2. vivere
liver: - hepar
living-room: - atrium
load: - onus
loaf: - panis
loathe: - abominare, abominari
lobe of the ear: - auricilla, auricula
lobster: - locusta
location: - locus
loch: - lacus
lock: - cataracta | 2. claudere
lofty: - altus, arduus, celsus
long: - longus
look: - aspectamen, facies | 2. spectare
look at: - spectare
loopy: - cerritulus
lord: - dominus
loss: - zamia
louse: - pedis
love: - amare | 2. agape, amor, caritas | 3. ætaluta, amor | 4. caritas
lovely: - acceptabilis | 2. formosus, pulcher | 3. aureus, basilicus | 4. carus | 5. bellus
lover: - amator
low: - brevis
lower-arm: - bracchium
lower part of the body: - abdomen
lump: - fragmentum
lunacy: - amentia, dementia | 2. amentia, dementia
lunar: - lunaris
lunatic: - cerebrosus
lung: - pulmo
lupine: - lupa
lust: - libido
lute: - barbitos
luxury: - luxus
lynx: - lynx
lyre: - chelys, lira
lyric: - textus
machine: - machina
mad: - amens, astrosus, cerebrosus, Ceritus, Cerritus, demens
madness: - amentia, dementia | 2. amentia, dementia
magic: - magicus, magus | 2. magia
magician: - magus
magpie: - pica
maid: - ancilla, ancula
mainly: - potissimum
majoram: - amaracus
make: - facere
make a mistake: - errare
make a note: - annotare
make bitter: - amarare
make clean: - purgare
make fun of: - illudere
make love: - battuere
make use of: - uti
make war: - bellare, bellari, belligerare
male: - mas
male cook: - coquus, magirus
man: - homo | 2. vir
manner: - via
mantle: - mantellum
maple-: - acernus
maple: - acernus | 2. acer
marble: - lapis, marmor
marigold: - caltha, chrysanthes
maritime: - æquoreus, maritimus, thalassicus
mark: - signum
market: - forum
market trader: - æruscator
marsh: - lama, lustrum, palus
marten: - martes
martial: - bellator, bellatrix, bellax, bellicosus
martyr: - martyria | 2. martyr
marvel: - mirari
marvel at: - mirari
mass: - massa, multitudo, turba | 2. multitudo
master: - dominus
masturbate: - masturbari
match: - combinare
mathematician: - mathematicus
mathematics: - mathematica
matter: - causa, res | 2. casus | 3. materia
mattress: - sisurna
mature: - maturus
maybe: - fortasse
mayhap: - fortasse
meager: - petilus
mean: - medius
measure: - metiri
meat: - caro, pulpa
meet: - coire
melody: - canor
memory: - memoria
message: - nuntius
metal: - metallum
method: - via
metropolis: - metropolis
middle: - medius
migrate: - migrare
military: - bellatorius, bellicus
milk: - lac
millet: - milium
million: - decies centena milia
mind: - mens
mine: - metallum
mingle: - miscere
mint: - menta
miscarriage: - abortus
miser: - avarus
miserable: - malus, phaulius
miserliness: - avaritia, avarities
miserly: - avarus
mist: - caligo
mistake: - error
mistress: - domina
misty: - caliginosus
mix: - miscere
moan: - gemere
mock: - illudere
mode: - via
mole: - talpa
monastery: - cenobium, monasterium
money-box: - fiscus
money-grubber: - accipiter
money: - æs, pecunia
money box: - fiscus
monk: - cenobita, monachus, nonnus
monkey: - cercops, clura, simia
monkshood: - aconitum
monogamy: - monogamia
monopoly: - monopolium
monster: - belua
month: - mensis
monument: - memoranculum, monumentum, mnemosynon, tropæum
moon: - luna
moose: - alces
more: - plus
moreover: - ceterum
mores: - mos
mortgage: - hypotheca
moss: - muscus
moth: - blatta, tinea
mother-in-law: - socrus
mother: - mater
mountain-ash: - sorbus
mountain-ash berry: - sorbum
mountain: - mons
mountain path: - callis
mouse: - mus
mouth: - bucca, os | 2. bucca, os | 3. bucca, os
move: - movere
mucus: - mucus, virus
mud: - cænum, limus, lutum
mule: - hinnus
multitude: - massa, multitudo, turba | 2. multitudo
murk: - caligo, caligatio
muscle: - musculus, nervus
mushroom: - fungus | 2. boletus
music: - cantus
must: - mustum
mustard: - saurion
myrrh: - murra, myrrha
mysterious: - arcanus
mysteriousness: - ænigma
nail: - clavus
name: - nomen, vocabulum
nape: - cervix, collum
narcissus: - narcissus
narrate: - narrare
narrow: - angustus, artus
nasty: - acidus, amarus | 2. turpis | 3. malus, phaulius
nation: - gens, natio | 2. plebs, populus
native: - autochton | 2. indigena
nature: - natura | 2. natura
near: - apud
nearby: - apud
nearly: - fere, pæne, prope
near to: - apud
neck: - cervix, collum
need: - requirere
needle: - acus | 2. acus
neigh: - hinnire
neighbourhood: - vicus
neither: - nemo, nullus
nerve: - nervus
nettle: - urtica
never: - nunquam
nevertheless: - at, tamen
new: - novus
next to: - apud
nice: - acceptabilis | 2. bonus
nickname: - agnomen, cognomen, cognomentum
niggard: - avarus
night: - nox
nightingale: - ædon, lucinia, lucinius
nine: - novem
nineteen: - undeviginti
ninety: - nonaginta
ninth: - nonus
no-one: - nemo, nullus
no: - non
nobody: - nemo, nullus
none: - nemo, nullus
nonsense: - alogia
northern: - borealis, celsus
nose: - naris, nasus
nostril: - naris
not: - non
note: - annotare
nothing: - nihil
notify: - monere
not easily: - ægre
nourish: - alere, nutrire
novel: - novus
now: - hui | 2. nunc
no doubt: - certe, haud dubie
number: - numerus
numeral: - numerus
nun: - nonnus, sanctimonialis
nurse: - alere
nut: - calva
nuts: - amens, astrosus, cerebrosus, Ceritus, Cerritus, demens | 2. cerritulus
oak-wood: - æsculetum | 2. robur
oak: - quercus | 2. robur
oar: - remus
oath: - ius
oats: - avena
obey: - obedire, parere
obtain: - conciliare
obtuse: - brutus
occur: - accidere
occurence: - occasio
odor: - odor
odour: - odor
of: - a, ab, abs
office: - officium
offspring: - proles | 2. proles
often: - sæpe
of Actium: - Actiacus
of an alder: - alneus
of an ass: - asinarius, asininus
of an elephant: - barrinus
of a beet: - betaceus
of a bird: - avitus
of a cedar: - cedrinus
of a deer: - cervinus
of a demigod: - heroicus, semideus
of a duck: - anatinus
of a horse: - caballinus, canterinus
of a lime-tree: - tiliaceus, tiliagineus, tiliaris
of a maple: - acernus
of a pig: - porcarius
of a spider: - araneus
of a star: - astralis
of a tree: - arboreus
of a wild boar: - aprugnus
of lamb: - agninus
of sand: - arenaceus, arenarius, arenosus
of silk: - bombycinus
of steal: - chalybæus
of the body: - corporalis, corporeus
of the coast: - orarius
of the sea: - æquoreus, maritimus, thalassicus
of the sun: - solaris
of the winter: - brumalis, hiemalis
of two colours: - bicolor
of water: - aqualis, aquarius
oh: - a, ah, ai, hei, hem, heu
oil: - oleum
okay: - bonus | 2. bene
old: - anus, vetus, vetustus | 2. vetus, vetustus
old woman: - anus, cinis
olive-tree: - olea, oliva | 2. olea, oliva
olive: - olea, oliva
omen: - ales, avis, omen | 2. ales, omen
omnipotent: - omnipotens
on: - a, ab, abs
onager: - onagrus
one: - aliquis | 2. una, unum, unus
onerous: - brutus, gravis
one hundred: - centum
one thousand: - mille
onion: - bulbus, cæpa, cæpe
only: - modo, solum, tantum | 2. solus
onyx: - onyx
on top: - super
opine: - opinari
opportunity: - occasio
oppress: - premere
or: - aut
orache: - blitum
orbit: - cavea
ore: - metallum
origin: - origo
original: - archetypus
orphan: - orphanus
orthography: - orthografia
ostrich: - passer, struthocamelus
other: - alius
other people's: - alienus
other than: - absque
out of: - a, ab, abs, e, ex
oven: - caminus
over: - super, supera
overall: - universus
overflow: - supereffluere
overhead: - super
overthrow: - cædere
overture: - anteludium
over there: - ibi, illic
ow: - a, ah, ai, hei, hem, heu
owe: - debere
owing to: - a, ab, abs
own: - possidere
oyster: - ostrea
o'clock: - hora
pace: - gradi | 2. gradus, passus
pad: - caudex, codex
pail: - aqualis
paint: - colorare | 2. pingere
pair: - combinare
palace: - atrium, palatium, turris
panther: - panthera, pardus, varia
pantry: - cella, cellarium
pants: - bracæ
paper: - biblus, charta, papyrus
paradise: - paradisus
paradoxical: - admirabilis
paralysis: - paralysis
parent: - parens
parents: - parentes
park: - hortus
parrot: - psittaca
parsley: - petroselinum
part: - pars | 2. pars
party: - festum
pass away: - mori
past: - præter
pate: - caput
paw: - crus
pawn: - miles
peace: - pax
peaceful: - placidus
peacock: - pavo
pear-tree: - pirus
pearl: - baca, margarita
pedestal: - basis
pedestrian: - pedes
pelican: - pelicanus
pelvis: - pelvis
pen: - arundo, calamus | 2. ovile
pencil: - plumbum
penetrate: - penetrare
peninsula: - pæninsula
penis: - cauda, caulis, curculio, fascinum, mentula, palus, penis, verpa
people: - plebs, populus
pepper: - piper
perchance: - fortasse
perform: - apparere, comparere | 2. facere
perfume: - hedychrum
perhaps: - fortasse
peril: - periculum
perish: - perire
permission: - licentia
permit: - permittere
person: - persona
persuade: - persuadere
phallus: - phallus
phantom: - lamina, larva, phasma
pheasant: - phasianus
phlegm: - mucus, virus
physical: - physicus | 2. corporalis, corporeus
physician: - clinicus, medicus
physicist: - physicus
physics: - physica
pick-axe: - ligo
pick: - carpere
pick out: - optare
pick up: - capere
picture: - imago | 2. figura
piece: - fragmentum | 2. pars
pig-: - porcarius
pig: - porcarius | 2. maialis, porcus
pigeon: - columba
piglet: - porcella, porcula
pile: - massa, multitudo, turba
pillow: - cervical
pine-tree: - picea, pinus, tæda
pine: - picea, pinus, tæda
pious: - castus, pius, sanctus, sanctimonialis
pipe: - canalis, fistula
pirate-chief: - archipirata
pit: - fossa
pitch: - pix
pitcher: - aqualis
pity: - compati
place: - locus | 2. locus | 3. ponere
plain: - campus
plait: - plectere
plane-tree: - platanus
plane: - platanus
plank: - tabula
plant: - planta
plate: - catinus, tryblium
platter: - catinus, tryblium
play: - ludere | 2. ludere | 3. ludere
pleasant: - acceptabilis
plough: - arare
pluck: - carpere
plunder: - harpagare
poem: - carmen, poema
poet: - poeta
point out: - monstrare
poison: - venenare | 2. aconitum, cantharis, venenum
pole: - palus, vacerra | 2. polus | 3. asser, contus, hasta, trudis
polyp: - polypus
pomegranate: - apyrenus, malogranatum
pool: - baptisterium | 2. coire
poop: - puppis | 2. puppis
poopdeck: - puppis | 2. puppis
poor: - malus, phaulius
poppy: - papaver
porcupine: - hystrix
pork: - porcina
port: - portus
portal: - porta
portent: - ales, avis, omen | 2. ales, omen
porter: - ianitor
possess: - possidere
possibility: - possibilitas
possible: - possibilis
possibly: - fortasse
post: - palus, vacerra | 2. officium
postulate: - exigere, postulare
pot: - olla
power: - potentia, potestas
powerful: - potens
praise: - laudare
pray: - orare, precare
precede: - antecedere, anteire, anteviare
precipice: - abruptum, abyssus, crater, fauces | 2. arduum
precursor: - ales, avis, omen
prefer: - malle
pregnant: - gravis, prægnans | 2. gravis, prægnans
prelude: - anteludium
presage: - ales, avis, omen | 2. ales, omen
present: - donum
presentiment: - antepassio
preservative: - cautela
press: - premere
presume: - putare
pretty: - bellus
prevent: - antevenire, antevertere, prohibere
previously: - ante, antehac
prey: - accipitrina, captura | 2. captus | 3. accipitrina
pride: - typhus
priest: - sacerdos, sacricola
priestly: - sacerdotalis
principally: - potissimum
prison: - phylaca | 2. phylaca | 3. phylaca
privet: - ligustrum
profit: - lucrum
profound: - profundus
prohibit: - prohibire, vetare
prologue: - antelogium
promise: - polliceri, promittere
property: - vicus, villa
prostitute: - prostituere | 2. meretrix
prostitution: - meretricium
protégé: - cliens
protégée: - clienta
proud: - altus
prove: - experiri, probare
proverb: - adagium
provided that: - si
province: - provincia
pub: - aquarium
public: - publicus
pulpit: - cathedra
pulsate: - palpitare
pumpkin: - cucurbita
punish: - plectere, punire
punishment: - poena
puppet: - pupa
pure: - purus, putus
purge: - purgare
purify: - castificare
purity: - castimonia, castitas
purple: - purpura
pus: - pus
put: - ponere
put down: - ponere
put out to tender: - ablocare
put up with: - patiri | 2. tolerare
puzzle: - ænigma, griphus
quadrangle: - tetragonum
quail: - coturnix, ortigometra
quarter: - vicus
quash: - annihilare, annullare
queen: - regina
quite: - satis | 2. admodum, antigerio, apprime
quiver: - tremere | 2. tremor
quivering: - tremor
rabbit: - cuniculus
race: - currere, volare | 2. gens, genus, natio
radish: - radix, raphanum, rapulum
rain: - imber, pluvia
raincoat: - pænula
raise: - levare
ram: - aries
ranch: - vicus, villa
rand: - labrum, limbus, ora
rare: - rarus
rate: - æstimare, appretiare, censere, taxare
rather: - satis
rave: - morari
raven: - corax, corvus
ravine: - barathrum, crater
raw: - crudus
re-: - re-, red-
reach: - pervenire
read: - legere
reality: - veritas
realize: - intellegere
reason: - causa | 2. causa
receive: - accipere
reception room: - atrium
reciter: - acroama
recognize: - agnoscere | 2. accognoscere | 3. accognoscere
recollection: - memoria
record: - matrix
red: - ruber, russus | 2. ruber, russus
reed: - arundo, calamus, canna
referee: - arbiter
regain: - reparare
regal: - basilicus, regalis, regificus, regillus, regius
regard: - spectare | 2. spectare
region: - regio
register: - matrix
regularly: - sæpe
relate: - narrare
release: - liberare
religion: - religio
remain: - manere
remaining: - ceterus
remove: - relegare
renew: - renovare, reparare
renown: - fama | 2. gloria
rented house: - meritorium
rent out: - ablocare
repair: - reparare
reply: - respondere | 2. responsum
repose: - requiescere
representation: - figura
reproach: - crimen
repute: - fama
request: - petere, rogare
require: - requirere | 2. exigere, postulare
reservoir: - alveus, crater
residence: - atrium
resign: - abdicare, abire
resist: - resistere
respect: - cæremonia, cærimonia | 2. cæremonia, cærimonia
respectability: - cæremonia, cærimonia
respond: - respondere
rest: - requiescere
restrain: - gubernare, regere, regnare
rest of: - ceterus
resumé: - breviarium
reward: - præmium
rhino: - rhinoceros
rhinoceros: - rhinoceros
rice: - oryza
riddle: - ænigma, griphus
ride: - vehere
rigour: - acerbitas
rim: - labrum, limbus, ora
ring: - anulus, circulus
ripe: - maturus
rite: - ritus
river: - flumen, fluvius
road: - via
roam: - migrare | 2. vagari
roar: - bovinari
roar with laughter: - cachinnare
rob: - harpagare
rock: - petra, saxum
rod: - asser, contus, hasta, trudis
roe: - caprea
roller: - cylindrus
rolling in money: - zaplutus
room: - capacitas | 2. cella
rooster: - gallus
root: - radix
rope: - ceruchus, funis
rose: - rosa
rostrum: - tribunal
rotten: - cariosus
rottenness: - caries
rough: - crudus
round: - circa
round dance: - chorea, chorus
rouse: - stimulare
route: - via
row: - remigare
rowan: - sorbus
rowan berry: - sorbum
rower: - remex
royal: - basilicus, regalis, regificus, regillus, regius
royalty: - regnum
rub: - fricare
rubbish: - alogia
rudiments: - abecedarium
ruff: - cicirrus
ruin: - pervertere
rule: - gubernare, regere, regnare
ruler: - dominus
rumor: - fama | 2. fama
rumour: - fama | 2. fama
run: - fuga | 2. currere, volare | 3. currere
runner: - cursor
run away: - profugere
rural: - rusticus
ruse: - vaframentum | 2. ars, machina
rush towards: - affluere
sack: - coleus
sacred: - sacer, sacratus, sanctus
sacred object: - sacrum
sadness: - ægrimonia, mæstitia | 2. ægrimonia, mæstitia
safety: - salus
sagacious: - sapiens, sophus
sage: - sapiens, sophus
sail: - velum
sailor: - nauta
salamander: - salamandra
salary: - æs, merces
saliva: - saliva
salmon: - salmo
salt: - sal
salty: - salsus
salute: - salutare
sanctify: - sacrare, sancire, sanctificare
sanctuary: - delubrum, fanum
sanctum: - delubrum, fanum
sand-: - arenaceus, arenarius, arenosus
sand: - arenaceus, arenarius, arenosus | 2. arena, harena
sandal: - sandalium
savage: - sævus
say: - dicere | 2. heu
scaffold: - catasta
scale: - squama
scandal: - calumnia | 2. scandalum
scar: - cicatrix
scene: - scæna
scent: - odor
sceptre: - sceptrum
school: - schola
scissors: - axicia, bracchium
scold: - admonere
scorpion: - scorpio
scratch: - scabere
scream: - boare
scuffle: - proelium, pugna
scythe: - falx
sea-: - æquoreus, maritimus, thalassicus
sea-dog: - phoca
sea-monster: - cetus
sea: - æquoreus, maritimus, thalassicus | 2. æquor, mare, pontus
seagull: - gavia, larus
seal: - phoca
seaside: - acta, litus, ora
seaweed: - alga
second: - secundus
secret: - arcanus
secretly: - absconse, arcano, celatim
see: - videre
seed: - semen
seizure: - apoplexia
seldom: - raro
sell: - vendere
send: - mittere
sense: - sentire
separate: - abiungere, abrumpere, segregare, seiungere
sepia: - sepia
serf: - ambactus, cliens
serious: - gravis
serpent: - anguis, serpens
servant: - ancilla, ancula | 2. ambactus, anculus, calo, cliens, minister
serve: - anculare, ministrare, servire
set: - caterva, grex
settlement: - colonia
seven: - septem
seventeen: - septendecim
seventh: - septimus
seventy: - septuaginta
severe: - acerbus, austerus, severus
severity: - acerbitas
sewer: - cloaca
sex: - sexus
sexual love: - ætaluta, amor
sexual pleasure: - libido
shack: - canaba, casa
shade: - umbra
shadow: - umbra
shake one's head: - abnutare | 2. abnuere
shallop: - actuariola
shallow: - brevis
shame: - phui
shamrock: - trifolium
shape: - facies, forma
share: - pars | 2. pars | 3. portio
sharp: - acer, acutus | 2. acer, acutus
sharpen: - acurere
sharpness: - acies, acritas, acror, acumen
she-ass: - asella
she-bear: - ursa
she-goat: - capra
she-wolf: - lupa
sheaf: - fascis
sheep: - ovis
sheet: - folium
shepherd: - pastor, opilio, upilio
shin-bone: - tibia
ship: - abies, carina, navis
ship's boat: - actuariola
shiver: - tremere
shoe: - calceus
shoemaker: - calceolarius | 2. calceolarius
shore: - acta, litus, ora
short: - brevis | 2. brevis
shorten: - abbreviare, curtare | 2. breviare
shoulderblade: - armus
shout: - boare
show: - monstrare
shuffle: - miscere
shut: - claudere
shyness: - aporia, aporiatio
sick: - æger, ægrotus
sickle: - falx
side-branch: - bracchium
side: - costa, latus
sideboard: - armarium
sideral: - astralis
sieve: - cribrum
sift: - cernere, cribrare, cribellare
sight: - aspectamen, facies
sign: - ales, avis, omen | 2. ales, omen | 3. signum
signal: - signum
signature: - subnotatio
silent: - silens
silk-: - bombycinus
silk: - bombycinus
silken: - bombycinus
silkworm: - bombyx
sill: - limen
silver: - argenteus | 2. argentum
since: - a, ab, abs | 2. a, ab, abs | 3. a, ab, abs | 4. a, ab, abs | 5. quia, quod
sinew: - nervus
sinful: - nefas
sing: - canere, cantare, canturire
singer: - cantrix | 2. cantor
singing: - cantus, carmen
single: - agamus, cælebs
sir: - dominus
sirocco: - atabulus
sit: - incubare
sitting-room: - atrium
sit down: - assidere | 2. assidere
six: - sex
sixteen: - sedecim
sixth: - sextus
sixty: - sexaginta
skimpy: - petilus
skin: - cutis, pellis
skinflint: - avarus
skinny: - petilus
sky: - æther, æthra, axis, cælum
slander: - calumnia
slaughter: - cædere, mactare
slave: - ancilla, serva | 2. chrestus, servus
slay: - mortificare, necare, occidere
sleep: - somnus, sopor
slender: - petilus
slice: - scalpere, secare
sloop: - actuariola
slope: - clinamen
slowly: - lente
slug: - limax
sluice: - cataracta
slut: - cunnus
sly: - captiosus, trebax, vafer
slyness: - versutia
small: - parvus
small basket: - canistrum
smart: - captiosus, trebax, vafer
smell: - odor
smoke: - fumus
smooth: - æquus, planus
snail-shell: - helica
snail: - cochlea
snake: - anguis, serpens
snare: - casses
snow: - nix
snowball: - viburnum
so: - sic | 2. sic | 3. sic
soap: - sapo
sobriquet: - agnomen, cognomen, cognomentum
sod: - cæspes
sod of grass: - cæspes
soft: - suavis | 2. lenis, malacus, mitis, mollis
soil: - humus | 2. humus, tellus, terra
solair: - solaris
soldier: - miles
sole: - solus
solemnity: - cæremonia, cærimonia | 2. cæremonia, cærimonia
solicitor: - advocatus, causidicus
solid: - solidus
solitary: - solus
soloist: - acroama
some: - aliquis
somebody: - aliquis
somehow: - aliqua
someone: - aliquis
somewhere: - quo
some one: - aliquis
son-of-a-bitch: - cimex, mæna
son: - filius, natus
song: - cantus, carmen
soon: - mox
sorcerer: - magus
sorcery: - magia | 2. magia
sore: - ulcus
sorrel: - lapathum, rumex
sorrow: - ægrimonia, mæstitia | 2. ægrimonia, mæstitia
soul: - anima, animus, cor
sound: - accentus, canor
sour: - acerbus | 2. acescere | 3. acerbus, austerus
south: - antarcticus, australis
southern: - antarcticus, australis
south wind: - auster
sow: - porca, scrofa
spa: - aquæ
space: - capacitas
spacious: - amplus, latus
spade: - fodere
sparrow: - passer
speak: - loquere, loqui, orare
speaker's platform: - tribunal
spear: - abies, framea, phalarica
specialist: - artifex
speed up: - accelerare
spelt: - ador
spider: - aranea
spiderweb: - aranea, araneum, casses, tela
spiral: - helica
spirit: - spiritus
splinter: - assula
spot: - locus | 2. macula
spread: - propagare
spring: - salire
spy: - otacustes
square decametre: - caterva, grex
squash: - cucurbita
squeeze: - premere
squirrel: - sciurus
stable: - firmus
stableman: - agaso | 2. agaso
stake: - palus, vacerra
stalk: - calamus | 2. gradi | 3. calamus, caulis | 4. calamus
stalk of cabbage: - caulis
stammer: - balbutire
stanchion: - palus, vacerra
stand: - stare
star-: - astralis
star: - astralis | 2. aster, astrum, sidus, stella
state: - autumare | 2. respublica
statue: - statua
stay: - manere
stay over: - manere
steal: - chalybæus | 2. abigere, clepere, clepsere
steam: - vapor, vapos
steel: - adamas, chalybs
steep: - arduus
steepness: - arduitas
stem: - caudex, codex, matrix | 2. calamus, caulis
step: - gradi | 2. gradus, passus
sterile: - sterilis | 2. sterilis
stern: - puppis | 2. puppis
sterness: - acerbitas
stick: - bacillum | 2. arundo, baculum, baculus
stimulate: - stimulare
sting: - aculeus, cuspis
stinginess: - avaritia, avarities
stingy: - avarus
stir up: - concitare | 2. stimulare
stomach: - alvus, aqualiculus, venter
stomach ache: - cardimona
stone-cutter: - cæmentarius
stone: - lapis
stonemason: - cæmentarius
stork: - ciconia
storm: - auster, tempestas
stove: - caminus
straight: - rectus
straight past: - præter
strait: - fauces
strange: - advena, allophylus, hospitus
stranger: - hospita | 2. hospes
strangle: - astrangulare
stratagem: - vaframentum
strawberry: - fragum
strawberry tree: - arbutus
stream: - amnis
stream towards: - affluere
street: - via, vicus
strength: - cervix, ops, vis
stress: - accentus
strict: - acerbus, austerus, severus
stride: - gradi | 2. gradus, passus
strike: - battuere, fligere, pellere, pulsare
string: - chorda | 2. nervus | 3. ceruchus, funis
stroke: - apoplexia | 2. admulcere, adulare
stroke of apoplexy: - apoplexia
stroll: - ambulare
strong: - fortis, robustus
struggle: - battuere, dimicare, fendere, pugnare | 2. proelium, pugna | 3. colluctari
study: - studium
stupid: - brutus | 2. bardus, blennus, stultus
stupidly: - stulte
sturgeon: - acipenser
stutter: - balbutire
sty: - hara
subtlety: - versutia
success: - successus
successor: - proles
such: - sic
sudden: - repentinus
suddenly: - repente, subito
suffer: - patiri
sufficiently: - satis
suitability: - capacitas
sulphur: - sulphur, sulpur
summer: - æstas
summery: - breviarium
summit: - culmen | 2. culmen
summon: - vocare
sun-: - solaris
sun: - solaris | 2. sol
superficial: - brevis
superstition: - religio, superstitio
supporting base: - basis
suppose: - putare
sure: - cautus, certus
surface: - culmen | 2. culmen
surgery: - chirurgia | 2. chirurgia
surmise: - putare
surname: - cognomen
surpass: - antepollere, antestare, antevenire, superare
swallow: - hirundo
swamp: - lama, lustrum, palus
swan: - cycnus, olor
swathe: - fascia
swear: - blasphemare | 2. iurare
sweet: - suavis
sweet william: - amaranthus
swim: - nare, natare
swimming-bath: - baptisterium
swimming-pool: - baptisterium
swim away: - abnatare
swindle: - fraus
swine: - maialis, porcus
sword: - gladius
sycamore: - acer | 2. platanus
synagogue: - synagoge
table: - mensa
tactic: - ars
tactics: - ars
tail: - cauda, penis
take: - accipere | 2. capere
take action: - agere
take away: - abdere, adimere
take in: - accipere
talisman: - phylacterium, præbia
talk: - loquere, loqui, orare
tall: - altus, arduus, celsus
tamarisk: - tamarix
tambourine: - tympanum
tame: - cicur | 2. cicurare
tangle: - chaos
taper: - cereus
tardy: - serus
tart: - acerbus | 2. acerbus, austerus | 3. acerbus, austerus
taste: - gustus
tasteless: - bliteus
tax: - vectigal
teach: - docere | 2. docere
team of three horses: - trigarium
tear: - lacrima
teat: - mamma, uber
tell: - dicere | 2. narrare
tell a lie: - mentiri
temple: - delubrum, fanum, templum
ten: - decem
tench: - tinca
tender: - suavis
tendon: - nervus
tend to: - alere
tenth: - decimus
test: - attemptare | 2. argumentum
text: - textus
textile: - tela, textile, textura, textus
that: - qui | 2. sic
that way: - sic | 2. eo, illuc
theatre: - theatrum
thee: - tibi | 2. tibi
theologian: - theologus
theology: - theologia
theory: - ars
there: - eo, illuc | 2. ibi, illic | 3. ibi, illic
thesis: - thesis
thick: - carnatus, crassus, obesus
thief: - fur | 2. clepta, fur
thigh: - bracchium, femur
thin: - petilus | 2. petilus
think: - opinari | 2. censere, cogitare, reri
third: - tertius
thirteen: - tredecim
thirty: - triginta
thisle-field: - carduetum
thisle: - carduus, tribulus
this way: - hinc, huc
thither: - eo, illuc
thoughtfulness: - cura
thousand: - mille
thrash: - cassare
thread: - acia, filum, linum, padus
three: - tres, tria
threshold: - limen
throat: - fauces, guttur
throb: - palpitare
throw: - iacere
thrush: - turda, turdus
thurible: - turibulum
thus: - sic | 2. sic
tibia: - tibia
tie: - ligare
tie up: - ligare
tiger: - tigris
till: - fiscus | 2. ad, adusque, donec
tillage: - agricultura, agricultio
timber: - lignum
timbrel: - tympanum
time: - hora | 2. tempestas, tempus
timidity: - aporia, aporiatio
tired: - fessus, lassus
title: - titulus
titmouse: - parus
to: - ad
toad: - bufo, rana
today: - hodie
toga: - toga
toilet: - latrina
token: - signum
tolerate: - tolerare
tomb: - tumba
tomorrow: - cras
tone: - tonus
tongue: - lingua | 2. lingua
tool: - machina, machinamentum, machinatio
tooth: - dens
top: - culmen | 2. culmen
topaz: - chrysolithus
torch: - fax
tortoise: - chelys
torture: - carnificina
torturer: - carnifex
touch: - tangere
toward: - ad
towards: - ad | 2. circa
tower: - turris
town: - oppidum, urbs
to some place: - quo
to thee: - tibi | 2. tibi | 3. tibi
to you: - tibi | 2. tibi | 3. tibi | 4. tibi | 5. tibi
transmit: - mittere
trap: - casses
travel: - vehere
tread: - gradi
tree-: - arboreus
tree-trunk: - caudex, codex, matrix
tree: - arboreus | 2. arbor
trefoil: - trifolium
tremble: - tremere
triangle: - triangulum, trigonium
triangular: - triangularis, triangulus, trigonicus, trigonus, triquetrus
tribune: - tribunus
trick: - vaframentum | 2. ars, machina
trip: - via
trite: - abiectus
triumph: - triumphare | 2. adorea, adoria, triumphus
trollop: - cunnus
troop: - caterva
troupe: - caterva
trousers: - bracæ
trousers wearing: - bracatus
trout: - tructa
true: - verus
trumpet: - tuba
trunk: - caudex, codex, matrix
trust: - fides
truth: - veritas | 2. veritas
try: - attemptare
tube: - canalis, fistula
tuberculosis: - cachexia, phthisis
tufted lark: - cassita
tummy: - alvus, aqualiculus, costa, venter
tumulus: - cinis
tuna-fish: - cybium, thynnus
tuna: - cybium, thynnus
tune: - canor
tunic: - tunica
tunny: - cybium, thynnus
tup: - aries
turf: - cæspes
turn: - tornare
turnip: - rapum
turn around: - tornare
turn away: - ablegare, amandare, relegare | 2. amoliri
turn round: - tornare
turret: - turricula
turtle-dove: - turtur
twelve: - duodecim
twenty: - viginti
twice: - bis
twig: - virga
twine: - plectere
two-footed: - bipes
two-year-old: - bimus
two-year: - bimus
two: - duæ, duo
tyranny: - tyrannis
tyrant: - tyrannus
udder: - mamma, uber
ugly: - turpis
ulcer: - ulcus
umpire: - arbiter
uncertain: - incertus
uncivilized: - barbarus
uncle: - patruus
uncover: - reperire
understand: - intellegere
undoubtedly: - certe, haud dubie
unfruitful: - sterilis
union: - adunatio
unite: - combinare | 2. adunare
unmarried: - agamus, cælebs
unripe: - acerbus
until: - ad, adusque, donec
upon: - a, ab, abs
upper-arm: - armus
upper arm: - armus
upstairs: - super
urban: - asticus
urine: - urina
use: - uti
useless: - vanus
usual: - catholicus
uterus: - utriculus, volva
vacation: - feriæ
vagina: - vagina
vain: - vanus
valerian: - baccar
valley: - vallis
valuable: - carus
value: - caritas, pretium | 2. caritas | 3. caritas, pretium
vampire: - lamia
vapor: - vapor, vapos
vapour: - vapor, vapos
vase: - vas
vast: - amplus, latus
veal: - vitulina
vegetable: - olus
vehicle: - carrus
veil: - calautica
vend: - vendere
venerability: - cæremonia, cærimonia
verb: - verbum
vermouth: - absinthiatum
very: - admodum, antigerio, apprime
very much: - admodum, antigerio, apprime
vessel: - alveus, olla | 2. vas | 3. abies, carina, navis
vibration: - tremor
victim: - victima
victor: - victor
victory: - adorea, adoria, victoria
view: - aspectamen, facies | 2. spectare
vigour: - cervix, ops, vis
village: - vicus
villain: - ambactus, cliens
vinager-bottle: - acetabulum
vine: - vitis
vinegar: - acetum
violet: - viola
viper: - aspis
virgin: - virgo
voice: - vox | 2. vox
void: - inanis, vacuus
vote: - vox
voyage: - via
vulture: - vultur
wade: - vadare
wage: - æs, merces
wages: - æs, merces
wage war: - bellare, bellari, belligerare
wail: - lamentari
wall: - murus
wander: - migrare | 2. vagari
wander about: - migrare
want of civilization: - barbaria, barbaries
war: - bellum
warlike: - bellator, bellatrix, bellax, bellicosus
warlock: - magus
warm: - caldus, calidus
warn: - monere, admonere
warrior: - bellator, belligerator
wart: - verruca
wash: - luere
wasp: - vespa
watch: - spectare
water-: - aqualis, aquarius
water: - aqualis, aquarius | 2. aqua, urina
watercress: - sisymbrium
waterfall: - catadupa, cataracta | 2. catadupa | 3. catadupa, cataracta
wave: - fluctus, unda
wax: - cera
wax candle: - cereus
way: - mos | 2. via | 3. via
weak: - æger
weapon: - arma
wear: - portare, tulere, vehere
weasel: - ictis, mustela
weather: - tempestus
weave: - texere
weever: - cantharus
weight: - onus, pondus
weird: - cerritulus
well: - bene | 2. hui | 3. sanus
well then: - hui
wench: - puella, puera
west: - occasus, occidens, vesper
western: - occidaneus, occidentalis, occidualis, vesperalis, vespertinus
whale: - balæna
what's more: - ceterum
what for: - cur, quare
wheat: - triticum
wheel: - rota
when: - quando | 2. quando | 3. quando | 4. quando
whence: - unde
whereas: - dum
wherever: - quaqua
which: - qui | 2. qui
whichever: - quisquis
while: - dum | 2. tempestas, tempus
whilst: - dum
whirlwind: - typhon
white-tailed eagle: - haliaeetus
white: - albus, candidus, canus | 2. albus, candidus, canus
whiten: - albare
white clay: - argilla
who: - qui
whoever: - quisquis
whole: - universus
whorehouse: - latrina, lustrum, meritorium
why: - cur, quare | 2. cur, quare
wide: - amplus, latus
wife: - uxor
wig: - caliandrum, caliendrum, capillamentum
wild: - sævus
wild boar: - aper
wild goat: - capreolus
will: - voluntas
willingness: - voluntas
willow: - salix
wind: - anima, ventus
window: - fenestra
wine: - vinum
wing: - ala
winter-: - brumalis, hiemalis
winter: - brumalis, hiemalis | 2. hiems, hibernum
win back: - reparare
wisdom: - sapientia, sophia
wise: - sapiens, sophus
wish: - optare | 2. voluntas
witch: - maga
witchcraft: - magia
without: - absque
withstand: - resistere
with difficulty: - ægre
with effort: - vix
with young: - gravis, prægnans
witness: - adesse
witticism: - acumen
wizard: - magus
wizardry: - magia
woe: - hei, heu
wolf: - lupus
woman: - femina, mulier
womb: - utriculus, volva
wonder: - mirari
wood: - lignum
wooden: - caudicalis, caudicarius, caudiceus
woodpecker: - picus
woods: - lustrum, silva
word: - verbum, vocabulum
work: - labor | 2. opus
workplace: - fabrica
work of art: - ars, machina
work out: - calculare
worm: - vermis
worse: - peior
worship: - adoratio | 2. adorare
worshipper: - adorator
worth: - caritas, pretium | 2. caritas | 3. caritas, pretium
wreathe: - plectere
wrench: - clavis
wrestle: - colluctari
write: - scribere
write down: - annotare
yard: - antenna | 2. antenna | 3. antenna
yawn: - oscitare, oscitari
year: - annus
yearly: - anniversarius, annuus
yesterday: - here, heri
yet: - iam | 2. at, tamen | 3. adhuc
yew-tree: - taxus
yoke: - iugum
yon: - ibi, illic
yonder: - eo, illuc | 2. ibi, illic
you: - tibi | 2. tibi | 3. tibi | 4. tibi
young: - proles
young of a wild boar: - porcellus, porculus
zither: - cithara
zone: - zona






 
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