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  1. caustice, caustices f
    a caustic plant, called scelerata in pure Latin
  2. camelopodion, camelopodii n
    a plant, camel’s-foot, horehound
  3. compartior 4
    be made partaker of
  4. conterminus, contermina, conterminum
    bordering upon, neighboring, having a common border
  5. conscreor 1
    clear the voice, hawk much, clear my throat, cough
  6. confuse
    confusedly, without order, disorderly
  7. communico 1
    divide a thing with one, communicate, impart, share, join to an equal part, unite, have intercourse with an inferior, make common, make low, make base, contaminate, defile
  8. caldamentum, caldamenti n
    fermentation, , warm compress, warm poultice
  9. compitalia, compitalium n
    festival, annually celebrated at cross-roads (compita) in honor of the Lares
  10. crementum, crementi n
    growth, increase
  11. convivas opperior
    guests expect
  12. collumino 1
    illuminate on all sides
  13. collabefacto 1
    make to reel, make to shake, make to totter
  14. contraria inter se
    opposites, contrasts
  15. comicus, comica, comicum
    pertaining to comedy, comic, represented in comedy
  16. corvinus, corvina, corvinum
    pertaining to the raven, raven-
  17. circumtollo 3
    remove on every side
  18. criminose
    reproach fully, slanderously
  19. capulum, capuli n
    sarcophagus, bier, sepulchre, tomb
  20. capulus, capuli m
    sarcophagus, bier, sepulchre, tomb, handle, hilt of a sword, halter for catching cattle, lasso, catch rope
  21. conditus, condita, conditum
    seasoned, savory, polished, ornamented
  22. conclaudo 3
    shut up closely, close up, enclose, confine
  23. colluctor 1
    struggle with, contend with, wrestle with
  24. caurio 4
    the natural sound of the rutting panther
  25. chromatice, chromatices f
    the science of the chromatic harmony
  26. cereum funale
    wax torch, wax flare
  27. consomnio 1
  28. cataphasis, cataphasis f
  29. confabulatus, confabulatus m
  30. cynodon, cynodontis
  31. cynodus, cynodontis c
  32. commodo alicui aliquid
  33. contineor aliqua re
    be enclosed by something
  34. convellor 3
    contract
  35. cibos ambulatione perficio
  36. crataegum, crataegi n
  37. certissimum signum amoris
  38. conquaterno 1
  39. consuetudo, consuetudinis f
  40. cena terrestris
  41. contemporalis, contemporalis m
    a contemporary
  42. crotaphos, crotaphi m
    a pain in the temples
  43. converto 3
    changeably
  44. colorabilis, colorabile
    chromatic
  45. colorarius, colorarii m
    chromatic
  46. crudele
    cruelly
  47. conspolium, conspolii n
    kind of sacrificial cake
  48. Corybantius, Corybantia, Corybantium
    of the Corybantes
  49. caurinus, caurina, caurinum
    of the north-west wind
  50. comitium, comitii n
    place for the assembling of the Romans voting by the curiœ situated near the Forum, any place of assembly
  51. Caudium, Caudii n
    small but ancient city of Samnium
  52. coctilia, coctilium n
    very dry wood, that burns without smoke
  53. cephus, cephi m
    , a kind of monkey,
  54. coracesia, coracesiae f
    , a magical herb said to make water freeze
  55. cryptarius, cryptarii m
    , a superintendent of vaults,
  56. comitiatus, comitiatus m
    , an assembly of the people in the comitia,
  57. crimen ad me revoco
    , bring the accusation upon oneself,
  58. comas como
    , comb one's hair,
  59. comas pecto
    , comb one's hair,
  60. contessero 1
    , contract friendship by means of the tesserae
  61. cotidiano
    , daily, everyday,
  62. cloacarium, cloacarii n
    , duty paid for conducting the private sewers into the public ones or for maintaining and cleansing the sewers,
  63. censum ago
    , hold the treasury, hold the census,
  64. circumteneo 2
    , keep around, possess,
  65. clavicularius, clavicularii m
    , key-keeper, jailer,
  66. chamaedracōn, chamaedracontos m
    , kind of African serpent, ground-serpent,
  67. condepso 3
    , knead together,
  68. caput litterarum
    , main content of the scripture
  69. confervefacio 5
    , make glowing, make melting
  70. contractor, contractoris m
    , one who makes a contract, contractor,
  71. complanator, complanatoris m
    , one who makes level,
  72. commeio 3
    , pissing,
  73. conicio 5
    , put together logically, connect, draw a conclusion from collected particulars, conclude, infer, conjecture,
  74. censoria subscriptio
    , reasoned indication of the censorial reprimand,
  75. casses pono
    , stretch the nets
  76. confine, confinis n
    , that which borders upon, boundary, border, confine, neighborhood,
  77. catumeum, catumei n
    (a kind of) sacrificial cake, offering cake
  78. comitia, comitiorum n
    (deciding) people's assembly
  79. communis salutis inimicus
    (politically) radical
  80. Cydippe, Cydippes f
    1) the mistress of Acontius, 2) a Nereid
  81. cursus impedimentorum centum decem metrorum
    110 meters hurdles, 110 meter hurdle race
  82. conserva, conservae f
    a (female) fellow-slave
  83. conscius, conscii m
    a (male or female) participant in a thing, an accessory, accomplice, confidant
  84. comessatio, comessationis f
    a Bacchanalian revel, and the succeeding nocturnal procession with torches and music, revelling, rioting
  85. comisatio, comisationis f
    a Bacchanalian revel, and the succeeding nocturnal procession with torches and music, revelling, rioting
  86. comissatio, comissationis f
    a Bacchanalian revel, and the succeeding nocturnal procession with torches and music, revelling, rioting
  87. cacozelus, cacozeli m
    a bad imitator
  88. cacozelia, cacozeliae f
    a bad, faulty, awkward imitation
  89. componitur
    a balance is achieved, a balance is reached, one compares
  90. consuetudo, consuetudinis f
    a being accustomed, custom, habit, use, usage, customary right, usage as a common law, social intercourse, companionship, familiarity, conversation, intercourse in love
  91. curvatio, curvationis f
    a bending
  92. curvamen, curvaminis n
    a bending, bend, vaulting
  93. curvamentum, curvamenti n
    a bending, bend, vaulting
  94. curvatura, curvaturae f
    a bending, rounding, bend, vault
  95. conexio, conexionis f
    a binding together, close union, an organic union, conclusion, a logical sequence, syllable
  96. constrictio, constrictionis f
    a binding together, drawing together, binding, stopping of the bowels
  97. cinnamolgos, cinnamolgi m
    a bird in Arabia
  98. cinnamolgus, cinnamolgi m
    a bird in Arabia
  99. cerceris
    a bird living in the water and on land
  100. circanea, circaneae f
    a bird so named from its circular flight
  101. ciris, ciris f
    a bird
  102. conca, concae f
    a bivalve shell-fish, mussel, pearl-oyster, pearl, purple-fish, mussel-shell, snail-shell, Triton’s trumpet, in form like a snail-shell, object in the form of a mussel-shell, vessel for holding oil, unguents, salt, the female pudenda
  103. concha, conchae f
    a bivalve shell-fish, mussel, pearl-oyster, pearl, purple-fish, mussel-shell, snail-shell, Triton’s trumpet, in form like a snail-shell, object in the form of a mussel-shell, vessel for holding oil, unguents, salt, the female pudenda
  104. cognata, cognatae f
    a blood relative, kinswoman
  105. cognatus, cognati m
    a blood-relation, kinsman
  106. conspiratio, conspirationis f
    a blowing together, breathing together, an agreement in feeling, agreement in opinion, union, unanimity, concord, harmony, plotting, plot, mutiny, conspiracy, the conspirators, body of conspirators
  107. conspiratus, conspiratus m
    a blowing together, breathing together, an agreement in feeling, agreement in opinion, union, unanimity, concord, harmony, plotting, plot, mutiny, conspiracy, the conspirators, body of conspirators
  108. cumatile, cumatilis n
    a bluish garment
  109. confractio, confractionis f
    a breach, rupture
  110. confractura, confracturae f
    a breach, rupture
  111. confractus, confractus m
    a breach, rupture
  112. clades, cladis f
    a breaking, beating, dashing to pieces, destruction, devastation, injury, mischief, harm, misfortune, disaster, loss, detriment, calamity, disaster, defeat, overthrow, discomfiture, massacre, destroyer, scourge, pest, corruption
  113. congestio, congestionis f
    a bringing together, a heaping up, accumulation, that which is heaped up, heap, mass, pile
  114. collatus, collatus m
    a bringing together, attack, contributing to knowledge, teaching
  115. conductio, conductionis f
    a bringing together, uniting, spasm, convulsion, hiring, farming
  116. chlamus, chlamudis f
    a broad, woollen upper garment worn in Greece, a Grecian military cloak, a state mantle
  117. chlamyda, chlamydae f
    a broad, woollen upper garment worn in Greece, a Grecian military cloak, a state mantle
  118. chlamys, chlamydis f
    a broad, woollen upper garment worn in Greece, a Grecian military cloak, a state mantle
  119. clamis, clamidis f
    a broad, woollen upper garment worn in Greece, a Grecian military cloak, a state mantle
  120. clamys, clamydis f
    a broad, woollen upper garment worn in Greece, a Grecian military cloak, a state mantle
  121. castellum omnium scelerum
    a bulwark of all crimes, a refuge of all crimes
  122. crematio, cremationis f
    a burning, consuming by fire, cremation
  123. captivus, captivi m
    a captive in war, captive, prisoner
  124. carmen, carminis n [2]
    a card, for wool or flax
  125. circumlatio, circumlationis f
    a carrying around
  126. convectio, convectionis f
    a carrying together, a bringing together
  127. consummatio, consummationis f
    a casting up, a reckoning together, a summing up, summary view, union, accumulation, a comprehending, a connecting together, a finishing, a completing, a accomplishing, consummation
  128. convolvolus, convolvoli m
    a caterpillar that wraps itself up in a leaf, web caterpillar, bind-weed
  129. convolvulus, convolvuli m
    a caterpillar that wraps itself up in a leaf, web caterpillar, bind-weed
  130. causa testimoniis communita
    a cause secured by credentials
  131. Cyprianus, Cypriani m
    a celebrated Church father of the third century, bishop at Carthage
  132. Cyllaros, Cyllari m
    a Centaur, horse of Pollux, given to him by Juno
  133. Cyllarus, Cyllari m
    a Centaur, horse of Pollux, given to him by Juno
  134. certa nota iudicandi
    a certain criterion for the judgment
  135. commutatio fit
    a change occurs, a change takes place
  136. crepundia, crepundiorum n
    a child’s rattle, amulet, rattling musical instruments
  137. chimaera est animal, quod constat e materia genetica humana et ex cellulis ovariis animalium
    a chimaera is a living being composed of human genetic material and animal oocytes, , a fabulous monster in Lycia, which vomited fire; in front a lion, in the hinder part a dragon, and in the middle a goat; slain by Bellerophon
  138. Christianus, Christiani m
    a Christian, a Christian clergyman
  139. chroma, chromatis n
    a chromatic scale
  140. circumventio, circumventionis f
    a circumventing, defrauding
  141. Cutina, Cutinar f
    a city of the Vestini
  142. caelum imbribus foedum
    a climate nasty because of its rains
  143. cusor, cusoris m
    a coiner of money
  144. collectio, collectionis f
    a collecting together, collecting, acquiring, summing up of things said, short repetition, recapitulation, summary, argumentation, reasoning, syllogism, conclusion, inference, swelling, tumor, abscess
  145. coactio, coactionis f
    a collecting, calling in
  146. coniugatio, coniugationis f
    a combining, connecting, mingling, mixture, conjugation, syllogism
  147. congressus, congressus m
    a coming together, going together, friendly meeting, social assembly, conference, conversation, close union, combination, carnal union, copulation, judicial contest
  148. coitus, coitus m
    a coming together, meeting together, assembling, assemblage, crowd, company, uniting, joining together, combination, sexual intercourse, coition, ingrafting
  149. coitio, coitionis f
    a coming together, meeting together, meeting, uniting, banding together, conspiracy, plot, coalition, sexual intercourse, coition
  150. civitas conficientissima litterarum
    a community that loves to note everything accurately, a writerly community
  151. comparatio militum fit
    a comparison of the soldiers is made
  152. certamen inter quosdam contrahitur
    a competition develops between some of them
  153. coitio facta est
    a compromise was reached
  154. commanipularis, commanipularis m
    a comrade who is in the same manipulus
  155. commanipulo, commanipulonis m
    a comrade who is in the same manipulus
  156. commanipulus, commanipuli m
    a comrade who is in the same manipulus
  157. commanuplius, commanuplii m
    a comrade who is in the same manipulus
  158. commanuplus, commanupli m
    a comrade who is in the same manipulus
  159. conmanipularis, conmanipularis m
    a comrade who is in the same manipulus
  160. certa definitaque causa
    a concrete legal case, a specific legal case
  161. condemnatio, condemnationis f
    a condemning
  162. concrescentia, concrescentiae f
    a condensing
  163. condensatio, condensationis f
    a condensing, condensation
  164. confessio, confessionis f
    a confession, acknowledgment, a creed, avowal of belief, acknowledgment of Christ, acknowledgment of Christ under torture, torture, suffering for religion’s sake
  165. confinium, confinii n
    a confine, common boundary, limit, border, neighborhood, nearness, close connection, confines, boundaries
  166. consolidatio, consolidationis f
    a confirming of ownership, establishing of ownership
  167. coniectatio, coniectationis f
    a conjecturing, guessing, conjecture, surmise
  168. copulatus, copulatus m
    a connecting together, joining together
  169. consequens, consequentis n
    a consequence
  170. consolatio, consolationis f
    a consoling, consolation, comfort, a consolatory discourse, a consolatory treatise, an encouraging, an encouragement, an alleviating
  171. consona, consonae f
    a consonant
  172. consonans, consonantis f
    a consonant
  173. coquitatio, coquitationis f
    a continuous cooking
  174. convocatio, convocationis f
    a convoking, calling together, assembling together
  175. cabus, cabi m
    a corn-measure, answering to the χοῖνιξ
  176. curculio, curculionis m
    a corn-worm, weevil, membrum virile, gurgler, gurgling person
  177. corruptio, corruptionis f
    a corrupt condition, corruption
  178. corruptio, corruptionis f
    a corrupting, spoiling, seducing, bribery
  179. copulatio, copulationis f
    a coupling, joining, connecting, uniting
  180. cuculio, cuculionis m
    a covering for the head, cap, hood
  181. cucullio, cucullionis m
    a covering for the head, cap, hood, conical wrapper, conical case
  182. cucullus, cuculli m
    a covering for the head, cap, hood, conical wrapper, conical case
  183. cuculla, cucullae f
    a covering, cap, hood, conical wrapper, conical case
  184. cancer et hoc et illoc quadrat
    a crab fits here and there
  185. creatio, creationis f
    a creating, producing, begetting, an electing to an office, choice
  186. cardamina, cardaminae f
    a cress-like plant
  187. criticus, critici m
    a critic
  188. coetus alienigenarum velut captivitas infertur
    a crowd of strangers is imposed like a captivity
  189. conglomeratio, conglomerationis f
    a crowding together, an assembly
  190. constipatio, constipationis f
    a crowding together, dense crowd
  191. cultura, culturae f
    a cultivating, care, cultivation, agriculture, tillage, husbandry, care, culture, a honoring, a courting, flattering
  192. cucurbitatio, cucurbitationis f
    a cupping
  193. curia, curiae f
    a curia or court, one of the thirty parts into which Romulus divided the Roman people
  194. coronis, coronidis f
    a curved line or flourish formed with a pen, which writers or transcribers were accustomed to make at the end of a book or chapte
  195. cubital, cubitalis n
    a cushion for leaning on, elbow-cushion
  196. caesa, caesae f
    a cut
  197. circumcisura, circumcisurae f
    a cutting around
  198. cisorium, cisorii n
    a cutting instrument
  199. consectio, consectionis f
    a cutting to pieces, a cleaving to pieces
  200. concisio, concisionis f
    a cutting, cutting to pieces, destruction, mutilation, separating of a sentence into short divisions or clauses
  201. Cyclops, Cyclopis m
    a Cyclops
  202. Cynicus, Cynici m
    a Cynic philosopher, a Cynic
  203. chryselectros, chryselectri f
    a dark-yellow precious stone, amber-colored hyacinth
  204. contenebratio, contenebrationis f
    a darkening
  205. consilium mihi captum est
    a decision was made by me
  206. corpus infirmum annis
    a decrepit body
  207. clades bello Gallico accepta
    a defeat suffered in the Gallic War
  208. comperendinatio, comperendinationis f
    a deferring of the time (of trial) to the third day or later, delay
  209. comperendinatus, comperendinatus m
    a deferring of the time (of trial) to the third day or later, delay
  210. cunctamen, cunctaminis n
    a delaying, hesitating
  211. contatio, contationis f
    a delaying, lingering, tarrying, delay, hesitation, doubt
  212. cunctatio, cunctationis f
    a delaying, lingering, tarrying, delay, hesitation, doubt
  213. contemptus, contemptus m
    a despising, contemning, contempt, scorn
  214. contemptio, contemptionis f
    a despising, disregard, contempt, scorn, disdain
  215. corcus, corci m
    a disease of the chest
  216. Calamis, Calamĭdis m
    a distinguished Greek sculptor and artificer in metals
  217. capreida, capreidae f
    a diuretic plant
  218. concisura, concisurae f
    a dividing, distributing, hollow, chink, cleft
  219. congeminatio, congeminationis f
    a doubling, an embracing
  220. corrivatio, corrivationis f
    a drawing together of streams of water
  221. constrictura, constricture f
    a drawing together
  222. contractus, contractus m
    a drawing together, shrinking, wrinkling, an entering upon an affair,a transacting of an affair, contract, agreement
  223. conscriptio, conscriptionis f
    a drawing up in writing, a composing, composition, a representation, treatise, writing, a levying of troops
  224. curmi n (indecl.)
    a drink made from grain
  225. circumpotatio, circumpotationis f
    a drinking around in a funeral meal
  226. caucus, cauci m
    a drinkingvessel
  227. commensus, commensus m
    a due proportion, a due measure, symmetry
  228. commoratio, commorationis f
    a dwelling, tarrying, abiding, lingering, sojourning, delaying, dwelling upon some important point, abiding place
  229. casus, casus m
    a falling, falling down, fall, overthrow, throwing down, destruction, end, moral fall, false step, error, change from a higher to a lower condition, occurrence, event, accident, chance, misfortune, emergency, occasion, opportunity, adverse event, misfortune, mishap, calamity
  230. conflatio, conflationis f
    a fanning, kindling, stirring up
  231. coepulonus, coepuloni m
    a fellowbanqueter, companion at a feast
  232. crotalistria, crotalistriae f
    a female castanet dancer, a (rattling) stork
  233. creditrix, creditrici f
    a female creditor, lender, creditor
  234. cymbalistria, cymbalistriae f
    a female cymbal-player
  235. curatrix, curatricis f
    a female guardian, supervisor, caregiver, superintendent
  236. corollaria, corollariae f
    a female merchant of flower-garlands, title of a drama of Nævius
  237. condiscipula, condiscipuliae f
    a female school-fellow
  238. copa, copae f
    a female tavern-keeper and castanet-dancer, who exhibited her arts in her ale-house
  239. codeta, codetae f
    a field overgrown with horsetail
  240. constantia, constantiae f
    a firm standing, steadiness, firmness, immutability, unchangeableness, constancy, perseverance, agreement, harmony, symmetry, consistency, firmness of character, steadfastness, immovability, self-possession
  241. ciris, ciris f
    a fish into which Scylla, the daughter of Nisus, was changed
  242. cirris, cirridis f
    a fish into which Scylla, the daughter of Nisus, was changed
  243. classis centum navium
    a fleet of one hundred ships
  244. concasus, concasus m
    a folding up
  245. continuatio, continuationis f
    a following of one thing after another, unbroken series, connection, continuation, succession, uninterrupted succession, a period
  246. certamen proeliale
    a formal fight
  247. castellum cognomento Volandum
    a fortress called Volandum
  248. Cyrene, Cyrenes f (3)
    a fountain in Thessaly
  249. Cyane, Cyanes f
    a fountain near Syracuse
  250. cyprinum, cyprini n
    a fragrant oil, made from the blossoms of the cyprus, cyprus-oil, cyprus-ointment
  251. canis timidus vehementius latrat quam mordet
    a frightened dog barks more terribly than it bites
  252. consutum, consuti n
    a garment stitched together
  253. crithologia, crithologiae f
    a gathering of barley
  254. colisatum, colisati n
    a Gaulish chariot]
  255. collis clementer et molliter adsurgens
    a gently rising hill
  256. collis leniter acclivis
    a gently rising hill
  257. cantharida, cantharidae f
    a genus of beetle, the (very poisonous) Spanish fly, worm injurious to the vine and rose
  258. cantharis, cantharidis f
    a genus of beetle, the (very poisonous) Spanish fly, worm injurious to the vine and rose
  259. condonatio, condonationis f
    a giving away
  260. coruscamen, coruscaminis n
    a glittering, a flash
  261. coruscatio, coruscationis f
    a glittering, a flash, coruscation
  262. collesis, collesis f
    a gluing together
  263. conglutinatio, conglutinationis f
    a gluing together, cementing together, a joining together
  264. circumgressus, circumgressus m
    a going about, compass, circuit of a thing
  265. commeatus, commeatus m
    a going to and fro, passing freely, going at will, place through which one can pass back and forth, thoroughfare, passage, leave of absence from one’s station for a definite time, furlough
  266. chrysites, chrysitae m
    a gold-colored precious stone
  267. chrysocephalos, chrysocephali m
    a golden basilisk
  268. complusculi, complusculae, compluscula
    a good many, not a few, several
  269. cucurbita, cucurbitae f
    a gourd, a cup, cupping-glass, a blockhead
  270. chlaena, chlaenae f
    a greek outer garment, a greek cloak
  271. chloreus, chlorei m
    a greenish bird
  272. consalutatio, consalutationis f
    a greeting, mutual salutation
  273. contritio, contritionis f
    a grinding, contrition, grief
  274. criminosus, criminosi m
    a guilty man
  275. Cynosarges, Cynosargis n
    a gymnasium near Athens sacred to Hercules
  276. consuetudo inveterascit
    a habit becomes entrenched
  277. Cynos, Cyni f
    a harbor of Locris, at the northern end of the Opuntian bay
  278. Cynus, Cyni f
    a harbor of Locris, at the northern end of the Opuntian bay
  279. corus, cori m (3)
    a Hebrew measure
  280. cudo, cudonis m
    a helmet made of raw skin
  281. collis leniter ab infimo acclivis
    a hill gently rising from below
  282. continentia, continentiae f
    a holding back, repressing, briding, restraining of one’s passions and desires, abstemiousness, continence, temperance, moderation, the contents of a work, contiguity, proximity
  283. cavamen, cavaminis n
    a hollowing out, cavern, hollow
  284. corniculum, corniculi n
    a horn-shaped ornament upon the helmet, as a reward for bravery
  285. centussis, centussis m
    a hundred asses
  286. centum sestertii
    a hundred sesterces
  287. centies milies
    a hundred thousand times
  288. centiens (centies)
    a hundred times
  289. centies
    a hundred times
  290. centum
    a hundred, an indefinite, large number
  291. centiplex, centiplicis
    a hundredfold
  292. centuplex, centuplicis
    a hundredfold
  293. centuplicata, centuplicatorum n
    a hundredfold
  294. centuplum, centupli n
    a hundredfold
  295. coniectio, coniectionis f
    a hurling, throwing, putting together, comparing, inference, conjecture, interpretation, the draft of a law-case, summary of a law-case, outline of a law-case, a controverted question, subject of a controversy
  296. contabulatio, contabulationis f
    a joining of boards together, a flooring, planking, floor, story, a covering of boards, folds, tucks
  297. contignatio, contignationis f
    a joining together of beams, floor composed of joists and boards, story, floor
  298. consertio, consertionis f
    a joining together
  299. compagina, compaginae f
    a joining together, combination
  300. conexus, conexus m
    a joining together, combination, connection
  301. connexus, connexus m
    a joining together, combination, connection
  302. commissura, commissurae f
    a joining together, connecting together, band, knot, joint, seam, juncture, commissure, mingling, connection in discourse
  303. coniunctio, coniunctionis f
    a joining together, connecting, uniting, union, conjunction, agreement, affinity, sympathy, conjugal connection, marriage, wedlock
  304. compages, compagis f
    a joining together, connection, joint, structure, a embrace
  305. compago, compaginis f
    a joining together, connection, joint, structure, a embrace
  306. contextus, contextus m
    a joining together, putting together, connection, coherence
  307. conclusura, conclusurae f
    a joining, connection
  308. compaginatio, compaginationis f
    a joining, joint
  309. contextio, contextionis f
    a joining, putting together, a preparing, composing
  310. copulatum, copulati n
    a joint sentence, called also conjunctum
  311. congener, congeneri m
    a joint son-inlaw
  312. conservatio, conservationis f
    a keeping, preserving
  313. callithrix, callithricis, f
    a kind of ape or monkey in Ethiopia
  314. coroniola, coroniolae f
    a kind of autumnal rose
  315. campagus, campagi m
    a kind of boot worn by military officers
  316. callarias, callariae m
    a kind of codfish
  317. cyparissias, cyparissiae m
    a kind of fiery meteor
  318. citrium, citrii n
    a kind of gourd
  319. choerogryllus, choerogrylli m
    a kind of hare
  320. cenchris, cenchridis f
    a kind of hawk
  321. chrysocanthos, chrysocanthi f
    a kind of ivy which bears gold-colored berries
  322. chrysocarpus, chrysocarpi f
    a kind of ivy which bears gold-colored berries
  323. chrysopteros, chrysopteri m
    a kind of jasper
  324. caesapon, ī
    a kind of lettuce
  325. cyniola, cyniolae f
    a kind of lettuce
  326. chamulcus, chamulci m
    a kind of machine, , cargo hauler, tug, wooden loop
  327. cynocardamon, cynocardami n
    a kind of nasturtium
  328. ciosmis, ciosmis f
    a kind of ointment
  329. cervisca, cerviscae f
    a kind of pear
  330. chrysomelinum malum
    a kind of quince
  331. chrysomelum, chrysomeli n
    a kind of quince
  332. ciperum, ciperi n
    a kind of rushes, Cyprus grass
  333. cyperon, cyperi n
    a kind of rushes, Cyprus grass
  334. cyperos, cyperi m
    a kind of rushes, Cyprus grass
  335. cyperum, cyperi n
    a kind of rushes, Cyprus grass
  336. cernuus, cernui m
    a kind of shoe
  337. ceua, ceuae f
    a kind of small cow
  338. ceva, cevae f
    a kind of small cow
  339. contarii, contariorum m
    a kind of soldiers armed with pikes, pike-bearers
  340. chrysoaspides, chrysoaspidpidum m
    a kind of soldiers under Alexander Severus
  341. cenchris, cenchridis m
    a kind of spotted serpent
  342. cypsellus, cypselli m
    a kind of swallow
  343. cypselus, cypseli m
    a kind of swallow
  344. capreolus, capreoli m
    a kind of wild goat, chamois, roebuck, weeding-hoe
  345. cantharites, cantharitae m
    a kind of wine
  346. Cepheus, Cephei m (Cepheus, Cepheos m)
    a king of Ethiopia
  347. conscientia, conscientiae f
    a knowing of a thing together with another person, joint knowledge, a joint knowledge of something, a being privy to, a knowing along with others, privity, cognizance
  348. cultus, cultus m
    a laboring at, labor, care, cultivation, culture, training, education, an honoring, reverence, adoration, veneration
  349. claudus, claudi m
    a lame man
  350. cantharum, canthari n
    a large, wide-bellied drinking-vessel, tankard, pot, water-pipe, vessel of holy water
  351. cantarus, cantari m
    a large, wide-bellied drinking-vessel, tankard, pot, water-pipe, vessel of holy water, kind of sea-fish
  352. cantharus, canthari m
    a large, wide-bellied drinking-vessel, tankard, pot, water-pipe, vessel of holy water, kind of sea-fish
  353. correptio, correptionis f
    a laying hold of, seizing, reproof, reproach, a shortening, decreasing
  354. culeum, culei n
    a leather bag, a sack for holding liquids, a large measure for liquids, holding 20 amphorae, the scrotum
  355. culeus, culei m
    a leather bag, a sack for holding liquids, a large measure for liquids, holding 20 amphorae, the scrotum
  356. corycus, coryci m
    a leathern sack filled with sand, flour etc
  357. causa centumviralis
    a legal case adjudicated by the centumvirs
  358. clementer factum
    a lenient act
  359. constrator, constratoris m
    a leveller, quieter, calmer
  360. candela, candelae f
    a light made of wax or tallow, wax-light, tallow-candle, taper, fire, a cord covered with wax
  361. cisium, cisii n
    a light two-wheeled vehicle, cabriolet
  362. consubstantialitas, consubstantialitatis f
    a like quality
  363. claudicatio, claudicationis f
    a limping
  364. cinisculus, cinisculi m
    a little ashes
  365. callidulus, callidula, callidulum
    a little cunning, a little sly
  366. celeriusculus,celeriuscula, celeriusculum
    a little faster
  367. corniculum, corniculi n
    a little horn, a small funnel of horn
  368. claudaster, claudastri m
    a little lame
  369. chartula, chartulae f
    a little paper, small writing, bill
  370. condalium, condalii n
    a little ring for slaves, title of a comedy not now extant
  371. curculiunculus, curculiunculi m
    a little weevil, something trifling, something worthless
  372. convictus, convictus m
    a living together, intimacy, social intercourse, a banquet, feast, entertainment
  373. convivium, convivii n
    a living together, meal in company, social feast, entertainment, banquet, company at table, guests
  374. conspectio, conspectionis f
    a look, sight, view
  375. convicium, convicii n
    a loud noise, a cry, clamor, outcry, the sound of wrangling, the cry of altercation or contention, an urgent, clamorous importunity, loud, violent disapprobation or contradiction, loud, violent reproaching, abuse, reviling, insult, the object of reproach
  376. convitium, convitii n
    a loud noise, a cry, clamor, outcry, the sound of wrangling, the cry of altercation or contention, an urgent, clamorous importunity, loud, violent disapprobation or contradiction, loud, violent reproaching, abuse, reviling, insult, the object of reproach
  377. cubitio, cubitionis f
    a lying down
  378. cubitura, cubiturae f
    a lying down
  379. cubitus, cubitus m
    a lying down, bed, couch
  380. cubatio terrena
    a lying down, lying on the ground, lying
  381. concubitus, concubitus m
    a lying together, reclining, copulation, coition
  382. causea, causeae f
    a Macedonian white hat with a broad brim, worn in Rome by the poorer people, as a protection against the sun, kind of roof for the protection of besiegers
  383. causia, causiae f
    a Macedonian white hat with a broad brim, worn in Rome by the poorer people, as a protection against the sun, kind of roof for the protection of besiegers
  384. charitoblepharon, charitoblephari n
    a magical plant producing love
  385. charitoblepharos, charitoblephari m
    a magical plant producing love
  386. confector, confectoris m
    a maker, preparer, finisher, tanner, dyer, destroyer, consumer, slayer
  387. conditio, conditionis f (2)
    a making, creating, a thing made, a work
  388. confectura, confecturae f
    a making, preparing
  389. confectio, confectionis f
    a making, preparing, producing, arranging, composing, completing, an exaction, that which is prepared, that which is made, a diminishing, destroying, a chewing, masticating, a weakening, impairing
  390. cinaedulus, cinaeduli m
    a male wanton
  391. causa parum iusta
    a matter too trivial
  392. consultatio, consultationis f
    a mature deliberation, consideration, consultation, subject of consultation, case proposed for decision, an inquiry concerning a case in law, , general inquiry upon a subject, a consideration of a principle, an asking for instructions
  393. chus, choos m
    a measure for liquids
  394. chus, chu m
    a measure for liquids
  395. cignus, cigni m
    a measure, = 8 scrupuli
  396. Cyrtaei, Cyrtaeorum m
    a Median tribe, celebrated as slingers
  397. Cyrtii, Cyrtiorum m
    a Median tribe, celebrated as slingers
  398. chlora, chlorae f
    a medicament
  399. caragogos, caragogi f
    a medicinal plant
  400. conventus praesidentium Europae Mediae et Orientalis erit
    a meeting of the Central and Eastern European Presidents of Europe will take place
  401. convenientia, convenientiae f
    a meeting together, agreement, accord, harmony, symmetry, conformity, suitableness, fitness
  402. conventus, conventus m
    a meeting, assembly, persons associated in a provincial town for the sake of trade, company, corporation, judicial assembly, court of justice, union, conjunction, connection, compact, agreement, covenant
  403. curialis, curialis m
    a member of the same curia, fellow Curiae, fellow citizen
  404. consilium militare terram regit
    a military junta rules the country
  405. cunicularius, cunicularii m
    a miner, tunnel builder
  406. cunīculator, cunīculatoris m
    a miner, tunnel builder
  407. confusio, confusionis f
    a mingling, mixture, union, a mixing, uniting, combining, confounding, confusion, disorder, a reddening, blushing
  408. causa parva eum impulit, ut ...
    a minor reason moved him to the fact that
  409. Cytheris, Cytheridis f
    a mistress of Antonius
  410. conflatile, conflatilis n
    a molten image
  411. cercopithecos, cercopitheci m
    a monkey with a tail, a proper name
  412. cercopithecus, cercopitheci m
    a monkey with a tail, a proper name
  413. cercupithecos, cercupitheci m
    a monkey with a tail, a proper name
  414. consilium explicitius
    a more obvious plan
  415. castissimus homo atque integerrimus
    a most unselfish and blameless man
  416. Cynthus, Cynthi m
    a mountain of Delos, celebrated as the birthplace of Apollo and Diana
  417. circumactus, circumactus m
    a moving round, turning round, turn, turnaround
  418. convenae, convenarum m
    a multitude collected together, assembled strangers, refugees, tramps
  419. crusma, crusmatis n
    a musical piece or tune played upon a stringed instrument
  420. cothon, cothonis m
    a name given to any artificial harbor, the artificial inner harbor of Carthage, a similar harbor at Adrumetum, the name of several islands
  421. concinnitas, concinnitatis f
    a neat, elegant, or skilful joining of several things, beauty of style, produced by a skilful connection of words and clauses, harmonious structure, artful connection
  422. concinnitudo, concinnitudinis f
    a neat, elegant, or skilful joining of several things, beauty of style, produced by a skilful connection of words and clauses, harmonious structure, artful connection
  423. Cicirrus, Cicirri m
    a nickname, mocking name for a brawler
  424. casmillus, casmilli m
    a noble youth employed in religious offices
  425. Cyane, Cyanes f
    a nymph changed into this fountain for her grief at the loss of Proserpine
  426. Cyanee, Cyanees f
    a nymph, daughter of Maeander, mother of Caunus and of Byblis
  427. Cyrene, Cyrenes f (2)
    A nymph, mother of Aristæus
  428. circinus, circini m
    a pair of compasses
  429. cephalo, cephalonis m
    a palmtree
  430. chenoboscion, chenoboscii n
    a pen for geese
  431. circumductum, circumducti n
    a period
  432. concessus, concessus m
    a permitting, conceding, concession, permission, leave
  433. casei Alpini aliquantulum
    a piece of Swiss cheese
  434. caruncula vitulina
    a piece of veal
  435. confugela, confugelae f
    a place of refuge, refuge, shelter
  436. confugium, confugii n
    a place of refuge, refuge, shelter
  437. conternatio, conternationis f
    a placing of three things together
  438. cypirus, cypiri m
    a plant = gladiolus
  439. cepaea, cepaeae f
    a plant similar to the portulacca, portulacca-leaved sedum
  440. callicia, calliciae f
    a plant that is said to freeze water
  441. chenamyche, chenamyches f
    a plant that shines by night
  442. chenomyche, chenomyches f
    a plant that shines by night
  443. chenomychos, chenomychi f
    a plant that shines by night
  444. circaea, circaeae f
    a plant used as a charm
  445. callithrix, callithricis f
    a plant used for coloring the hair, also called trichomanes
  446. callitrix, callitricis f
    a plant used for coloring the hair, also called trichomanes, a kind of ape or monkey in Ethiopia
  447. cerintha, cerinthae f
    a plant which bees are fond of, wax-flower
  448. campsanema, campsanematis n
    a plant, = ros marinus
  449. cammaron, cammari n
    a plant, also called aconitum
  450. colubrina, colubrinae f
    a plant, also called bryonia and draconte
  451. cachla, cachlae f
    a plant, also called buphthalmos, oxeye
  452. chrysocome, chrysocomes f
    a plant, also called chrysitis
  453. chrysitis, chrysitidis f
    a plant, also called chrysocome
  454. caprago, capraginis f
    a plant, also called cicer columbinum
  455. consolida, consolidae f
    a plant, also called conferva, black briony, comfrey
  456. caballion, caballii n
    a plant, also called cynoglossa, hartstongue, spleenwort
  457. clybatis, clybatis f
    a plant, also called helxine
  458. capnos, capni f
    a plant, also called in pure Lat, pes gallinaceus, fumitory
  459. chrysocalis, chrysocalis f
    a plant, also called parthenium
  460. calligonon, calligoni n
    a plant, also called polygonon mas
  461. clema, clematis n
    a plant, also called polygonon
  462. cappara, capparae f
    a plant, also called portulacc
  463. crysallion, crysalliī n
    a plant, also called psyllion
  464. crystallion, crystalliī n
    a plant, also called psyllion
  465. cneoron, cneori n
    a plant, also called thymelaea, mezereon
  466. cnestron, cnestri n
    a plant, also called thymelaea, mezereon
  467. come, comes f
    a plant, also called tragopogon
  468. cynomorion, cynomorii n
    a plant, broom-rape, also called orobanche
  469. cynozolon, cynozoli n
    a plant, called also chamaeleon and ulophonon
  470. cyamos, cyami m
    a plant, called also colocasia, Egyptian bean
  471. cyamus, cyami m
    a plant, called also colocasia, Egyptian bean
  472. chamaezelon, chamaezeli n
    a plant, called also gnaphalion
  473. cacalia, cacaliae f
    a plant, called also leontice, in pure Latin tussilago
  474. crataegon, crataegonis f
    a plant, called in pure Lat, aquifolia
  475. crataegos, crataegi f (crataegus, crataegi f)
    a plant, called in pure Lat, aquifolia
  476. callipetalon, callipetali n
    a plant, called in pure Latin quinquefolium
  477. callion, callii n
    a plant, called in pure Latin vesicaria
  478. callitrichon, callitrichī n
    a plant, commonly called adiantum or Capillus Veneris, maidenhair
  479. callitrichos, callitrichi f
    a plant, commonly called adiantum or Capillus Veneris, maidenhair
  480. chamaelygos, chamaelygi f
    a plant, otherwise called verbenaca
  481. carphos, carphis n
    a plant; in pure Lat, faenum Graecum, goat’s-thorn, fenugreek
  482. carphus, carphi m
    a plant; in pure Lat, faenum Graecum, goat’s-thorn, fenugreek
  483. conula, conulae f
    a plant
  484. crocodileon, crocodilei n
    a plant
  485. cynaris, cynaris f
    a plant
  486. cyparissos, cyparissi f
    a plant
  487. chondris, chondris f
    a plant, a kind of horehound resembling marjoram
  488. cunebula, cunebulae f
    a plant, a species of origanum
  489. cunela, cunelae f
    a plant, a species of origanum
  490. cunila, cunilae f
    a plant, a species of origanum
  491. cynops, cynopis f
    a plant, dog’s-eye
  492. calaminthe, calaminthes f
    a plant, kind of mint
  493. condurdum, condurdi n
    a plant, soapweed
  494. clinopodion, clinopodii n
    a plant, wild basil
  495. complantatio, complantationis f
    a planting
  496. chytropus, chytropodis m
    a pot or chafing-dish with feet for coals, heater
  497. chelonitis, chelonitidis f
    a precious stone like the tortoise
  498. chloritis, chloritidis f
    a precious stone of a grass-green color, the smaragdoprasus
  499. cissitis, cissitidis f
    a precious stone of the color of ivy-leaves
  500. chalcophonos, chalcophoni f
    a precious stone ringing like brass
  501. chrysitis, chrysitidis f
    a precious stone, also called phloginos
  502. cinaedia, cinaediae m
    a precious stone, said to be found in the brain of the fish cinaedus
  503. cinaedias, cinaediae m
    a precious stone, said to be found in the brain of the fish cinaedus
  504. chernitis, chernitidis f
    a precious stone
  505. chrysolampis, chrysolampidis f
    a precious stone
  506. corallis, corallidis f
    a precious stone
  507. cyanos, cyani m
    a precious stone, a species of lapis lazuli
  508. cyanus, cyani m
    a precious stone, a species of lapis lazuli
  509. chelonia, cheloniae f
    a precious stone, tortoise-stone
  510. cerachates, cerachatae m
    a precious stone, wax-agate
  511. chrysopis, chrysopidis f
    a precious variety of our topaz
  512. cursus praeceps
    a precipitating storm run
  513. Cypriarches, Cypriarchee m
    a prefect of Cyprus
  514. conditus, conditus m (2)
    a preparing, founding, establishment, concealing, hiding
  515. conditio, conditionis f
    a preserving of fruits, a spicing, seasoning, flavoring
  516. conditura, conditurae f
    a preserving of fruits, seasoning, a condiment, spice
  517. conspissatio, conspissationis f
    a pressing together, thickening, an accumulation
  518. cēna prior
    a previous invitation
  519. cactos, cacti m
    a prickly plant with edible stalks, artichoke, any thing thorny, unpleasant
  520. cactus, cacti m
    a prickly plant with edible stalks, artichoke, any thing thorny, unpleasant
  521. chalceos, chalcei m
    a prickly plant
  522. Cynosurae, Cynosurarum f
    a promontory in Attica, west of Marathon, now Schoinia, or Cap Cabala
  523. contemperatio, contemperationis f
    a proper mixture, a suitable mixture
  524. Cyrrestica, Cyrresticae f
    a province of Syria, called after its town Cyrrhus
  525. Cyrrhestica, Cyrrhesticae f
    a province of Syria, called after its town Cyrrhus
  526. Cyrrhestice, Cyrrhestices f
    a province of Syria, called after its town Cyrrhus
  527. cursorium, cursorii n
    a public post, mail
  528. condigna crimini ultio
    a punishment exactly corresponding to the crime
  529. collocatio, collocationis f
    a putting together, arrangement, setting up, erecting, placing, collocation, endowing, giving in marriage
  530. constructio, constructionis f
    a putting together, placing together, joining together, an erecting, building, construction, fit connection, grammatical connection, construction
  531. compilatio, compilationis f
    a raking together, pillaging, plundering, compilation
  532. casus rarior
    a rather rare opportunity
  533. crepitus, crepitus m
    a rattling, creaking, clattering, clashing, rustling, noise
  534. Cydnos, Cydni m
    a river in Cilicia
  535. Cydnus, Cydni m
    a river in Cilicia
  536. Cyrus, Cyri m (5)
    A river of Albania
  537. Cynapes, Cynapae m
    a river which empties into the Euxine
  538. crobylos, crobyli m
    a roll of hair knotted on the crown of the head
  539. cesticillus, cesticilli m
    a roll or hoop placed upon the head for the purpose of carrying the vessels at public sacrifices, , small ring or hoop placed upon the head to support a burden
  540. circumvolutatio, circumvolutationis f
    a rolling around, circulation
  541. Curtilius, Curtilii m
    a Roman proper name
  542. Cusinius, Cusinii m
    a Roman proper name
  543. confragosum, confragosi n
    a rough place, a rough region
  544. confraga, confragorum n
    a rough place, thicket
  545. cautes, cautis f (cotes, cotis f)
    a rough rock, a pointed rock, cliff
  546. cotes, cotis f
    a rough rock, a pointed rock, cliff
  547. cursus, cursus m
    a running (on foot, on a horse, chariot, ship), course, progress, direction, way
  548. cursitatio, cursitationis f
    a running about hither and thither
  549. currilitas, currilitatis f
    a running about
  550. cursilitas, cursilitatis f
    a running about
  551. circumcursio, circumcursionis f
    a running around, round trip
  552. concursio, concursionis f
    a running together, meeting together, concurrence, concourse, figure of speech, consisting of an emphatic repetition of the last words of a sentence
  553. cursatio, cursationis f
    a running
  554. cursio, cursionis f
    a running
  555. cursura, cursurae f
    a running
  556. curriculum, curriculi n
    a running, course, race, a running on a wager, race-ground, career, the time of the annual circuit of the sun, a year, a race-chariot
  557. crocofantia, crocofantiae f
    a saffron-colored court-dress
  558. crocyfantia, crocyfantiae f
    a saffron-colored court-dress
  559. crocotula, crocotulae f
    a saffron-colored court-robe
  560. consecrator, consecratoris m
    a saint, canonizer
  561. consparsio, consparsionis f
    a scattering, strewing, sprinkling, paste, dough
  562. conspersio, conspersionis f
    a scattering, strewing, sprinkling, paste, dough
  563. carcer vix carcere dignus
    a scoundrel, not worthy of prison
  564. circumrasio, circumrasionis f
    a scraping around, paring around
  565. chrysophrys, chrysophryos m
    a sea-fish with a golden spot over each eye
  566. callionymus, callionymi m
    a sea-fish, also called uranoscopus
  567. cynos dexia, cynos dexiae f
    a sea-polypus
  568. cynosdexia, cynosdexiae f
    a sea-polypus
  569. campus, campi m (2)
    a seaanimal
  570. chromis, chromis m
    a seafis
  571. confirmatio, confirmationis f
    a securing, establishing, confirming, ortifying, quieting of a wavering, fearful mind, encouragement, consolation, confirming, verifying of a fact, assertion, an adducing of proofs
  572. conspectus, conspectus m
    a seeing, looking at, look, sight, view, range of sight, reach of sight, power of seeing, public attention, notice, presence, proximity, appearance, mental view, glance, survey, consideration, short view, sketch, synopsis
  573. conquisitio, conquisitionis f
    a seeking, search for, a bringing together, procuring, collecting, a levying, levy
  574. comprehensio, comprehensionis f
    a seizing or laying hold of with the hands, hostile seizure, arresting, catching, apprehending, a mental comprehending, perceiving, comprehension, perception, idea, power to unite and grasp as a whole things which belong together, expression, style, period
  575. comprensio, comprensionis f
    a seizing or laying hold of with the hands, hostile seizure, arresting, catching, apprehending, a mental comprehending, perceiving, comprehension, perception, idea, power to unite and grasp as a whole things which belong together, expression, style, period
  576. continuae clades
    a series of defeats
  577. circumpositio, circumpositionis f
    a setting around, a placing around
  578. contrafactio, contrafactionis f
    a setting in opposition, setting in contrast
  579. conquassatio, conquassationis f
    a severe shaking, shattering
  580. consutio, consutionis f
    a sewing together, patching together
  581. caetra, caetrae f
    a short Spanish shield
  582. cetra, cetrae f
    a short Spanish shield
  583. copis, copidis f
    a short sword
  584. compendiaria, compendiariae f
    a short way, a short method
  585. compendiarium, compendiarii n
    a short way, a short method
  586. cotinus, cotini m
    a shrub that furnishes a purple color
  587. cytisum, cytisi n
    a shrubby kind of clover much valued by the ancients, perhaps the shrubby snail-clover
  588. cytisus, cytisi m
    a shrubby kind of clover much valued by the ancients, perhaps the shrubby snail-clover
  589. conclusus, conclusus m
    a shutting up
  590. conclusio, conclusionis f
    a shutting up, closing, a hostile shutting in, siege, blockade, conclusion, end, period, conclusion in a syllogism, the consequence
  591. clipeum argenteum cum imagine Hasdrubalis
    a silver medallion with Hasdrubal's portrait
  592. concentio, concentionis f
    a singing together, harmony
  593. consessus, consessus m
    a sitting together, sitting with, permission to sit with one, collection of persons sitting together, assembly
  594. cultrarius, cultrarii m
    a slayer of the victim
  595. corbita, corbitae f
    a slowsailing ship of burden
  596. conservula, conservulae f
    a small (female) fellow-slave
  597. caucula, cauculae f
    a small dish
  598. conservulus, conservuli m
    a small fellow-slave
  599. cortinula, cortinulaae f
    a small kettle
  600. cyathus, cyathi m
    a small ladle for transferring the wine from the mixing-bowl (crater) to the drinking-cup, a measure, both dry and liquid, the twelfth part of a sextarius, ten Greek drachmae
  601. copiolae, copiolarum f
    a small number of troops, paltry little troop, poor little troop, small supply
  602. crepitacillum, crepitacilli n
    a small rattle
  603. crepitaculum, crepitaculi n
    a small rattle
  604. corticulus, corticuli m
    a small rind, thin rind, thin bark, small shell
  605. circellus, circelli m
    a small ring
  606. crepidula, crepidulae f
    a small sandal
  607. caelibalis hasta
    a small spear or pin, with the point of which the bride’s hair was divided into six lock
  608. calcis, calcis f
    a small stone used in gaming, counter, limestone, lime, goal, end in the race-course, limit in the race-course, end, conclusion
  609. calx, calcis f
    a small stone used in gaming, counter, limestone, lime, goal, end in the race-course, limit in the race-course, end, conclusion
  610. circumlitio, circumlitionis f
    a smearing over, spreading over, anointing, overlaying of color, the tint or hue given to marble by rubbing it with a mixture of oil and wax
  611. contatus, contati m
    a soldier armed with a pike, a soldier armed with a pole
  612. crocodilina, crocodilinae f
    a sophism called crocodile, a crocodile-conclusion
  613. cydarum, cydari n
    a sort of ship
  614. confeta sus
    a sow offered in sacrifice with all her young
  615. consitio, consitionis f
    a sowing, planting
  616. consitura, consiturae f
    a sowing, planting
  617. candetum, candeti n
    a space of 100 or 150 square feet
  618. conditorium speciale institutum est
    a special storage room was set up
  619. cyprinus, cyprini m
    a species of carp
  620. cunilago, cunilaginis f
    a species of cunila
  621. clagalopes, clagalopis f
    a species of eagle
  622. cholās, cholae m
    a species of emerald
  623. cercitis, cercitidis f
    a species of olive-tree
  624. cobion, cobii n
    a species of the plant tithymalus (wolf’s-milk), called also dendroides and leptophyllon
  625. caryites, caryitae m
    a species of the plant tithymalus
  626. cyparissias, cyparissiae m
    a species of tithymalus
  627. celeritate caecata oratio
    a speech unintelligible because of its too great rapidity
  628. cardamomum, cardamomi n
    a spice, cardamon
  629. calcar, calcaris n
    a spur as worn on the heel, spur, stimulus, incitement, the spur on the leg of the cock
  630. cruentatio, cruentationis f
    a staining with blood
  631. circumstatio, circumstationis f
    a standing around, circle
  632. circumstantia, circumstantiae f
    a standing round, a surrounding, the state, condition, circumstances, attribute, quality
  633. consistio, consistionis f
    a standing still
  634. consurrectio, consurrectionis f
    a standing up
  635. collis arduus ascensu
    a steeply rising hill
  636. collis ex omni parte circumcisus
    a steeply sloping hill all around
  637. callis, callis m/f
    a stony, narrow footway, foot-path, mountain-path, path made by the treading of cattle, mountain-pasturage, alp, declivity, mountain-pass, defile, way, path, road
  638. caesum, caesi n
    a stop, pause, comma
  639. concessatio, concessationis f
    a stopping, delaying
  640. casus mirificus quidam intervenit
    a strange incident occurred
  641. Cyprius Vicus
    a street in Rome
  642. conflictio, conflictionis f
    a striking together, collision, conflict, combat, contest, conflict
  643. confrictio, confrictionis f
    a striking together, collision, conflict, combat, contest, conflict
  644. confligium, confligii n
    a striking together, dashing together
  645. conflictus, conflictus m
    a striking together, impulse, impression, necessity, a fight, contest
  646. calcitratus, calcitratus m
    a striking with the heel, kicking
  647. calthum, calthī n
    a strongsmelling yellow flower, marigold
  648. caltum, caltī n
    a strongsmelling yellow flower, marigold
  649. calta, caltae f (caltha)
    a strongsmelling yellow flower, pot marigold
  650. caltha, calthae f
    a strongsmelling yellow flower, pot marigold
  651. curia, curiae f
    a structure built for the religious services of a curia, One of the edifices in which the Senate held its consultations, the places of assembly of high councils out of Rome
  652. caverna subita
    a sudden cavity
  653. concenatio, concenationis f
    a supping together, companionship at table
  654. concoenatio, concoenationis f
    a supping together, companionship at table
  655. condyloma, condylomatis n
    a swelling in the parts about the anus
  656. cadytas, cadytae m
    a Syrian parasitical plant
  657. curatio, curationis f
    a taking care of something, administration, oversight, care, management, charge, management of state affairs, administration, office, guardianship, trusteeship, healing, cure
  658. conscissio, conscissionis f
    a tearing in pieces
  659. celebratum per totam Asiam templum
    a temple famous all over Asia
  660. cymula, cymulae f
    a tender sprout
  661. chelonium, chelonii n
    a tortoise-shell, the similarly formed shield, cramp, or stay in which the axis of the crane or windlass moved, a plant, also called cyclaminos
  662. cruciatio, cruciationis f
    a torturing
  663. contamen, contaminis n
    a touching, contact, touch, union, connection, contacl with something physically or morally unclean, contagion, infection, pollution, vicious companionship, vicious intercourse, participation, contamination
  664. contrectatio, contrectationis f
    a touching, touch, contact, an illegal appropriation, stealing, theft
  665. contactus, contactus m
    a touching, touch, contact, touching of something unclean, a contagion, infection
  666. Cyssus, Cyssuntis f
    a town and harbor in Ionia
  667. Cytae, Cytārum f
    a town in Colchis, the birthplace of Medea
  668. Cȳropolis, Cȳropolis f
    a town in Sogdiana
  669. Cyrrhus, Cyrrhi f
    a town in Syria
  670. Cyrrus, Cyrri f
    a town in Syria
  671. Cypsela, Cypselorum n
    a town in Thrace, on the Hebrus
  672. Cyretiae, Cyretiarum f
    a town of Thessaly
  673. cothurnatio, cothurnationis f
    a tragic representation
  674. conculcatus, conculcatus m
    a trampling upon, disregard, contempt
  675. conculcatio, conculcationis f
    a treading under foot, stamping upon, stomping together, abuse
  676. cyna, cynae f
    a tree in Arabia that produced cotton
  677. cuci (indecl.)
    a tree similar to the palm
  678. casia, casiae f
    a tree with an aromatic bark, similar to cinnamon, wild cinnamon, a fragrant, shrub-like plant, mexereon, also called thymelaea
  679. cassia, cassiae f
    a tree with an aromatic bark, similar to cinnamon, wild cinnamon, a fragrant, shrub-like plant, mexereon, also called thymelaea
  680. crista, cristae f
    a tuft on the head of animals, the comb of a cock, a tuft of leaves on plants, crest of a helmet, plume, clitoris
  681. controversia, controversiae f
    a turning against, turning of the water against it, controversy, contention, quarrel, question, dispute, debate
  682. circumactio, circumactionis f
    a turning around, revolving, turning, revolution, circulation, turnaround
  683. conversus, conversus m
    a turning round, a twisting round
  684. crepis, crepidis f
    a unknown plant
  685. confornicatio, confornicationis f
    a vaulting over
  686. concameratio, concamerationis f
    a vaulting, vault
  687. caccitus, cacciti m
    a veritable Ganymede
  688. Canusium, Canusii n
    a very ancient town in Apulia
  689. callistruthia, callistruthiae f
    a very delicate kind of figs, which sparrows were fond of
  690. callistruthis, callistruththidis f
    a very delicate kind of figs, which sparrows were fond of
  691. craterites, crateritae m
    a very hard unknown precious stone
  692. conquestio, conquestionis f
    a violent complaining, violent bewailing, complaint
  693. carpentaria, carpentariae f
    a wagon- or carriage-maker’s workshop
  694. crebrisurum, crebrisuri n
    a wall densely covered with posts
  695. crambe repetita
    a warmed over story, an old story
  696. custodela, custodelae f
    a watching, watch, guard, care, protection
  697. custodia, custodiae f
    a watching, watch, guard, care, protection, sentinel, a place where guard is kept, watch-house, guard-house, watch-station, a guarding, custody, restraint, confinement, prison, hold
  698. cuneatio, cuneationis f
    a wedgeshaped point
  699. collacrimatio, collacrimationis f
    a weeping together, weeping very much, lamenting
  700. compensatio, compensationis f
    a weighing, balancing of several things together, a balancing of accounts, a rendering of an equivalent, an equalizing
  701. contortio, contortionis f
    a whirling round, intertwining, involving, intricacy, complication
  702. consceleratus, conscelerati m
    a wicked person, villain
  703. coronamen, coronaminis n
    a wreathing, crowning
  704. consignatio, consignationis f
    a written proof, document
  705. chlorion, chlorionis m
    a yellow bird, the yellow thrush, the oriole
  706. charadrios, charadrii m
    a yellowish bird
  707. charadrius, charadrii m
    a yellowish bird
  708. consilium depono
    abandon a plan, discard a plan, refrain from a plan, not go ahead with one's plan
  709. consilium abicio
    abandon a plan, distance oneself from a plan, discontinue a plan, drop a plan
  710. consilium omitto
    abandon a plan, refrain from a plan, discontinue a plan, drop a plan, discard a plan
  711. consilium meum minuo
    abandon one's plan, go back on one's plan
  712. conatu desisto
    abandon one's project
  713. capitis aliquem perdo
    abandon someone to death, cause someone's death
  714. custodiam dimitto
    abandon the guard
  715. consilio desisto
    abandon the plan, give up the plan
  716. compendium facio pultandi
    abbreviate the beating
  717. correptivus, correptiva, correptivum
    abbreviated
  718. conversor 1
    abide, live somewhere, dwell somewhere, live with, have intercourse with, keep company with, pass one’s life
  719. casus comparativus
    ablative
  720. cibi capacissimus
    able to take very much food
  721. corticosus, corticosa, corticosum
    abounding in bark
  722. cuniculosus, cuniculosa, cuniculosum
    abounding in caves, rich in mines
  723. cretosus, cretosa, cretosum
    abounding in chalk, abounding in clay
  724. carnosus, carnosa, carnosum
    abounding in flesh, fleshy
  725. caesposus, caesposa, caesposum
    abounding in turf, abounding in grass
  726. circa quingentos
    about five hundred
  727. circiter milia passuum ducenta
    about two hundred miles
  728. circiter ducenti
    about two hundred
  729. circiter + Akk.
    about, near
  730. cohibilis, cohibile
    abridged, short
  731. culpa libero
    absolve from guilt, exonerate from guilt
  732. crimine aliquem purgo
    absolve someone from a charge, exonerate someone from a charge
  733. cibo abstineo
    abstain from food
  734. cibo me abstineo
    abstain from food
  735. castus, castus m
    abstinence from sensual enjoyments on religious grounds
  736. cogitationi tantum subiectus
    abstract
  737. copia rei frumentariae
    abundance of cereals, abundance of grain
  738. copia omnium rerum
    abundance of everything, plenty of everything, blessing in everything
  739. circumfluentia, circumfluentiae f
    abundance, rich fullness
  740. copia, copiae f
    abundant power, wealth, riches, abundance, resources, wealth, supplies, riches, prosperity, fulness, copiousness, multitude, number, access to a person
  741. copis, copis
    abundantly supplied with something, abounding in, rich
  742. cops, copis
    abundantly supplied with something, abounding in, rich
  743. cumulatim
    abundantly, in heaps, in abundance
  744. contumelia, contumeliae f
    abuse, insult, affront, reproach, invective, contumely, violation, injury, assault, annoyance, violence, blows
  745. contumia, contumiae f
    abuse, insult, affront, reproach, invective, contumely, violation, injury, assault, annoyance, violence, blows
  746. carino 1 [1]
    abuse, revile, blame
  747. carmen probrosum
    abusive song, mocking poem, derisive poem, satirical poem
  748. contumeliose
    abusively, insolently
  749. condicionem accipio
    accept a condition, accept a proposal, accept a marriage proposal
  750. crimina pro adprobatis accipio
    accept allegations as proven
  751. causam accipio
    accept an apology
  752. condico aliquo ad cenam foras
    accepting an invitation to dine somewhere away from home, arranging to dine somewhere away from home
  753. condico cenam alicui
    accepting someone's invitation to dinner, promising to be someone's guest
  754. commune, communis n
    accessible, familiar, courteous, condescending, affable
  755. casualiter
    accidentally
  756. comitatu triginta equitum
    accompanied by thirty horsemen
  757. comitiatus, comitiata, comitiatum
    accompanied
  758. concomitatus, concomitata, concomitatum
    accompanied
  759. comitatus, comitata, comitatum
    accompanied, attended
  760. comito 1
    accompany, attend, follow
  761. comitor 1
    accompany, attend, follow
  762. compacto (compecto)
    according to agreement, according to concert, , in accordance with a previous compact
  763. canonice
    according to Church discipline, regularly
  764. consequens, consequentis
    according to reason, correspondent, suitable, fit, that follows logically, consequent
  765. canonicus, canonica, canonicum
    according to rule, according to measure, according to the theory of harmony, following at regular intervals
  766. composito
    according to the appointment, by appointment
  767. celebri usu
    according to widespread use, in common use
  768. compello 1
    accost one, address, address one reproachfully, address one abusively, reproach, chide, rebuke, upbraid, abuse, take to task, call to account, arraign one before a tribunal, summon one to answer a charge, accuse of crime
  769. calculatrix, calculatricis f
    accountant, arithmetic master, bookkeeper
  770. cura tabularum publicarum
    accounting of the state, government accounting,
  771. collectus umor
    accumulated moisture
  772. circumluvio, circumluvionis f
    accumulation of land by alluvion around a piece of land, alluvial land
  773. circumluvium, circumluvii n
    accumulation of land by alluvion around a piece of land, alluvial land
  774. coetus multitudinis
    accumulation of the crowd, rush of the crowd
  775. collectus aquae
    accumulation of water, water retention
  776. cumulatio, cumulationis f
    accumulation, multiplication, increase
  777. coaptatio, coaptationis f
    accurate joining together
  778. crimen tribuarium
    accusation of bribing the tribus, bribing the tribus
  779. criminatio, criminationis f
    accusation, complaint, calumny
  780. categoria, categoriae f
    accusation, predicament, category or class of predicables
  781. calumnior 1
    accuse falsely, bring false information against a person, practise chicanery, practise trickery, practise subterfuge, depreciate, misrepresent, calumniate, blame unjustly, interpret injuriously, set in a false light
  782. criminor 1
    accuse one of crime, complain of, impeach, calumniate, charge with, accuse, criminate
  783. crimini aliquem substituo
    accuse someone of a crime, charge someone with a crime, blame someone for a crime
  784. crimino 1
    accuse, make an accusation
  785. criminator, criminatoris m
    accuser, calumniator
  786. causator, causatoris m
    accuser, complainer, denouncer, plaintiff
  787. consuefacio 5
    accustom one to a thing
  788. consuesco 3
    accustom, inure, habituate a person or thing, accustom one’s self, be accustomed, be wont, have carnal in tercourse with, to cohabit with
  789. corpus Achaeorum
    Achaean League, Achaean Confederation
  790. confiteor 2
    acknowledge, confess, own, avow, acknowledge
  791. causam disco
    acquaint oneself with the state of the case as a legal expert
  792. cognoscens, cognosccentis
    acquainted with
  793. callens, callentis
    acquainted with, versed in, skilful, expert
  794. consuetudinem capio
    acquire a habit, pick up a habit
  795. cognitiones mihi acquiro
    acquire knowledge
  796. captus bonorum
    acquisition of goods
  797. capitis absolvere
    acquit from a charge of life and death
  798. capitis aliquem absolvo
    acquit someone of the death penalty
  799. crimine purgo
    acquit
  800. crudelem me praebeo alicui
    act cruelly against someone, deal cruelly with someone
  801. considerate ago
    act prudently, act thoughtfully
  802. consilio ago
    act reasonably, act with prudence
  803. consilium agendi
    action plan
  804. comicus, comici m
    actor of comedy, comedian, comic poet, writer of comedy
  805. cluden, cludinis n
    actor sword
  806. corgo
    actually, indeed, really, truly, surely, assuredly, by all means, certainly
  807. corruptis moribus libidines circumdo
    add covetousness to degenerate morality
  808. coaddo 3
    add with, add also
  809. concapio 5
    add, take at the same time
  810. congluviales dies
    additional days, substitute days, make-up days
  811. cynosura ova
    addle-eggs, wind-eggs
  812. catus excipere aprum
    adept at capturing a boar
  813. Cyrenaici, Cyrenaicorum m
    adherents of the school of philosophy founded by Aristippusenaic
  814. Cyrenenses, Cyrenensium m
    adherents of the school of philosophy founded by Aristippusenaic
  815. continentia, continentium n
    adjoining places, the neighborhood
  816. commodo 1
    adjust according to a measure, make fit, make suitable, make right, adapt, accommodate, put in order, give something to one for his convenience or use, give, bestow, lend, grant, allow, please one, be kind to, be obliging to, serve, favor
  817. cochlea regulatorea
    adjusting screw
  818. corniclarius, corniclarii m
    adjutant of a centurion, tribune, proprætor, assistant, aid, secretary
  819. cornicularius, cornicularii m
    adjutant of a centurion, tribune, proprætor, assistant, aid, secretary
  820. cornuclarius, cornuclarii m
    adjutant of a centurion, tribune, proprætor, assistant, aid, secretary
  821. civitatem administro
    administer the state, govern the state
  822. custodia urbis
    administration of the city, city administration
  823. colens, colentis c
    admirer, worshiper
  824. collatero 1
    admit on both sides
  825. conlatero 1
    admit on both sides
  826. civem aliquem ascisco
    admit someone to citizenship
  827. confessionem facio
    admit, confess, acknowledge
  828. cultum muto
    adopt a different way of life, change the way of life
  829. compendiosus, compendiosa, compendiosum
    advantageous, abridged, short, brief, compendious
  830. conducibilis, conducibile
    advantageous, profitable, expedient
  831. cum lucro
    advantageous, with advantage
  832. cum quaestu
    advantageously, to the advantage, for the benefit
  833. casus singularis
    adventure, unique experience
  834. casus mirificus
    adventure
  835. casus mirabilis
    adventure, extraordinary experience
  836. commendo 1
    advertise
  837. columna Litfassiana
    advertising pillar, litfass pillar
  838. consulta, consultae f
    advice, counsel
  839. consulo in publicum
    advise all people
  840. consuadeo 2
    advise strongly, counsel strongly
  841. captivorum redendorum auctor sum
    advise the return of the prisoners, advocate for the return of prisoners
  842. Cythereius heros
    Aeneas, son of Venus
  843. cosmonavigatio, cosmonavigationis f
    aerospace, space travel
  844. communitas Miltiadis
    affability of Miltiades
  845. commotus vultu
    affected, aroused, entered
  846. consentiva, consentivae f
    affirmative particle
  847. consentivus, consentiva, consentivum
    affirmative, affirming, approving, agreeing
  848. crucior 1
    afflict one’s self, to grieve, be afflicted
  849. catarrhosus, catarrhosa, catarrhosum
    afflicted with catarrh
  850. colostratus, colostrata, colostratum
    afflicted with colostratio
  851. coriaginosus, coriaginosa, coriaginosum
    afflicted with the coriago
  852. crudelitate utor
    afford cruelty
  853. censu habito
    after a census
  854. consilio commutato
    after abandoning the plan, after giving up the plan
  855. coepta luce
    after daybreak, after daylight
  856. cibō praebitō
    after food has been served
  857. cognito
    after having learned
  858. comperto
    after having learned, after having experienced
  859. cognita causa
    after investigation of the case
  860. captivo retracto
    after retrieving the prisoner
  861. corpore concremato
    after the corpse is brought in, after the corpse is cremated
  862. circumactis duodeviginti mensibus
    after the course of eighteen months
  863. certato
    after the fight was fought
  864. commutata fortuna
    after the luck had turned, after the tide had turned
  865. columbatim
    after the manner of doves, like doves
  866. castigatorius, castigatoria, castigatorium
    after the manner of reprovers or correctors, reproving, censuring
  867. concilio dimisso
    after the meeting has passed, after dismissal of the assembly
  868. confecta caede
    after the murder
  869. coepta hieme
    after the onset of winter
  870. contestata lite
    after the process was initiated
  871. cum rumor tota urbe manavisset
    after the rumor spread across the city
  872. cum + iInd.
    after, , as soon as
  873. celerius omnium opinione
    against all expectations, fast
  874. contra spem exspectationemque
    against hope and expectation
  875. contra ea
    against it, on the contrary
  876. contra vetitum
    against the prohibition
  877. contrario amne
    against the stream
  878. conglobatus, conglobata, conglobatum
    agglomerated, rolled up, accumulated
  879. curae ultrices
    agony of conscience, torment of conscience, plaguing remorse, tormenting remorse
  880. convenit inter nos
    agree among themselves
  881. compono tempus alicuius rei gerendae
    agree on the timing of a project
  882. comparare inter se
    agree together in respect to the division of duties, come to an agreement
  883. concordo 1
    agree together, be united, be of one mind, harmonize, bring into union
  884. consentio cum aliquo
    agree with someone
  885. competo 3
    agree with something, coincide with something, answer to it, be qualified, be competent, be appropriate, be fit, be suitable, correspond, belong to, be due to
  886. congruenter
    agreeably, filly, suitably
  887. compacticius, compacticia, compacticium
    agreed upon
  888. consentaneus, consentanea, consentaneum
    agreeing with something, according with something, suited to, becoming, meet, fit, proper
  889. consentiens, consentientis
    agreeing, accordant, unanimous
  890. conveniens, convenientis
    agreeing, consistent, accordant, harmonious, fitting to something, appropriate to, meet, fit, suitable
  891. consonans, consonantis
    agreeing, consonant, fit, suitable
  892. congruens, congruentis
    agreeing, fit, appropriate, suitable, consistent, congruous, fit, proper, meet, symmetrical, proportioned, accordant, consistent, harmonious
  893. congruus, congrua, congruum
    agreeing, fit, suitable, harmonious, concordant
  894. compactum, compacti n (compectum, compecti n)
    agreement, , arrangement, understanding, contract
  895. consensus, consensus m
    agreement, accordance, unanimity, concord, plot, conspiracy, harmony, sympathy, common feeling, common life
  896. conventum, conventi n
    agreement, compact, covenant, convention, accord
  897. congruentia, congruentiae f
    agreement, harmony, congruity, symmetry
  898. consonantia, consonantiae f
    agreement, harmony, consonance
  899. competitio, competitionis f
    agreement, judicial demand, rivalry
  900. condicio, condicionis f
    agreement, stipulation, condition, compact, proposition, terms, demand, marriage, match, amour, the relation of lover or mistress, external position, external situation, condition, rank, place, circumstances, situation, nature, mode, manner
  901. conditio, conditionis f (3)
    agreement, stipulation, condition, compact, proposition, terms, demand, marriage, match, amour, the relation of lover or mistress, external position, external situation, condition, rank, place, circumstances, situation, nature, mode, manner
  902. contemplabilis, contemplabile
    aiming, taking aim
  903. caeci ignes
    aimless lightning bolts
  904. copiae aeriae
    Air Force
  905. centrum volatus gubernandi
    Air traffic control centre, Air Navigation Services Centre
  906. commeatus aerius
    air traffic
  907. coenaeroplanum, coenaeroplani n
    airbus
  908. campus aeroportuensis
    airfield, airport
  909. cōnsociātiō aeria
    airline
  910. custodia aerispatii
    airspace surveillance, airspace monitoring
  911. circumstant properi aurigae
    all around are busy the drivers
  912. circumcirca
    all around, round about
  913. cunctus, cuncta, cunctum
    all in a body, all together, the whole, all, entire
  914. conctus, concta, conctum
    all in a body, whole, total
  915. cuncti aut magna pars
    all or at least a large part
  916. communicarius, communicaria, communicarium
    all partaking
  917. cuncta hominum
    all people
  918. cuncti homines
    all people
  919. cuncti hominum
    all people
  920. clausa nobis erant omnia maria
    all seas were closed to us
  921. cuncticinus, cuncticina, cuncticinum
    all together, concordant, harmonious
  922. cuncti, cunctae, cuncta
    all together, the whole, all, whole, all unanimous, all in all, in mass, all in total, in bulk, all, all for one
  923. crimina rebus revicta
    allegations refuted by the facts
  924. causificor 1
    allege a cause, make a pretext, make a pretence, pretend
  925. continua translatio (tralatio)
    allegory
  926. chalasticamen, chalasticaminis n
    alleviating remedy
  927. civitates foederatae
    alliance (between nations), league of nations
  928. clientes, clientium m
    allies, dependents, vassals of a more powerful people
  929. confoedusti, confoedustorum m
    allies, alliance partners
  930. culo 1
    allow to procreate
  931. cunctipotens, cunctipotentis
    almighty, omnipotent, all-powerful
  932. centenario contiguus
    almost a hundred years old
  933. commuto 1
    alter wholly, change entirely, change one’s form of expression, vary one's style, exchange something with another, change, interchange, replace, substitute, barter, traffic, make an exchange, exchange words, discourse, converse
  934. citati non conveniebant
    although they were summoned, they did not come together
  935. cum + Konj.
    although, though
  936. chorda semper oberro eadem
    always miss on the same string
  937. cusque
    always, constantly, all the time
  938. criobolium, criobolii n
    am as an offering
  939. commixtus ex aliqua re
    amalgamated from something, having come into being from something by mixing
  940. currus valetudinarius
    ambulance, medical car
  941. copias in insidiis colloco
    ambush troops
  942. coemendatus, coemendata, coemendatum
    amended at the same time
  943. correctio, correctionis f
    amendment, improvement, correction
  944. concaedes, concaedis f
    an abattis, barricade of felled trees
  945. compellatio, compellationis f
    an accosting, reprimand, reproof, rebuke
  946. crimen meum (tuum, suum)
    an accusation made against me (you, him), a charge brought against me (you, him)
  947. crimen meum (tuum, suum)
    an accusation made by me (you, him), an accusation raised by me (you, him)
  948. consectaneus, consectanei m
    an adherent, follower
  949. concinnatio, concinnationis f
    an adjusting, preparing, making, composing
  950. contristatio, contristationis f
    an afflicting, affliction, grief
  951. celthis, celthis f
    an African species of lotus
  952. celtis, celtis f
    an African species of lotus
  953. cicerculum, cicerculi n
    an African species of the pigment sinopis
  954. consensio, consensionis f
    an agreeing together, agreement, unanimity, common accord, harmony, plot, combination, conspiracy, those who have banded together, conspirators
  955. concordia, concordiae f
    an agreeing together, union, harmony, concord, an intimate friend, harmonious singing
  956. concorditas, concorditatis f
    an agreeing together, union, harmony, concord, an intimate friend, harmonious singing
  957. concessio, concessionis f
    an allowing, granting, conceding, permission, leave, yielding, concession (retiring figure of speech), plea of confession and excuse or mitigation
  958. chersydrus, chersydri m
    an amphibious serpent
  959. Cutilĭa, Cutilĭae f
    an ancient city in the Sabine land
  960. Cutilĭae, Cutilĭarum f
    an ancient city in the Sabine land
  961. Cumae, Cumarum f
    an ancient colony of the Chalcidians, in Campania, renowned on account of its Sibyl
  962. Cyme, Cymes f
    an ancient colony of the Chalcidians, on the sea-coast of Campania; renowned on account of its Sibyl
  963. confarreatio, confarreationis f
    an ancient solemn manner of marrying
  964. Copae, Coparum f
    an ancient town in Bœotia, now Topolia
  965. caristia, caristiorum n
    an annual family repast made three days after the Parentalia, on the 20th of February, family banquet, at which existing family feuds were settled
  966. charistia, charistiorum n
    an annual family repast made three days after the Parentalia, on the 20th of February, family banquet, at which existing family feuds were settled
  967. cubiclum, cubicli n
    an apartment for reclining, an apartment for sleeping, restingchamber, sleepingchamber, bedchamber
  968. cubiculum, cubiculi n
    an apartment for reclining, an apartment for sleeping, restingchamber, sleepingchamber, bedchamber
  969. cubuculum, cubuculi n
    an apartment for reclining, an apartment for sleeping, restingchamber, sleepingchamber, bedchamber
  970. cynocephalos, cynocephali m
    an ape with a dog’s head, the dog-headed Anubis, a kind of wild man
  971. cynocephalus, cynocephali m
    an ape with a dog’s head, the dog-headed Anubis, a kind of wild man
  972. cachry, cachryos n
    an appendage to the catkin of certain trees in autumn, cone, capsule of rosemary, white kernel of the plant crethmos
  973. cachrys, cachryos f
    an appendage to the catkin of certain trees in autumn, cone, capsule of rosemary, white kernel of the plant crethmos
  974. cancamum, cancami n
    an Arabian gum used for incense
  975. Cyrus, Cyri m (3)
    an architect of the time of Cicero
  976. costamomum, costamomi n
    an aromatic plant, similar to the costum and amomum
  977. conscensus, conscensus m
    an ascending, mounting, embarking
  978. cistophorus, cistophori i
    an Asiatic coin of the value of about four drachms, on which a cista was stamped
  979. cistophoros, cistophori i
    an Asiatic coin of the value of about four drachms, on which a cista was stamped, bearer of the sacred box
  980. congregatio, congregationis f
    an assembling together, union, society, association, recapitulating
  981. comitia fiunt regi creando
    an assembly is held for the election of the king
  982. conventiculum, conventiculi n
    an assembly, meeting, association, place of assembly
  983. corporatio, corporationis f
    an assuming of a body, incarnation
  984. Cyrsĭlus, Cyrsĭli m
    an Athenia
  985. Cynaegirus, Cynaegiri m
    an Athenian, famous for his valor in the battle of Marathon
  986. cura, curae f
    an attendant, guardian, overseer, anxiety, solicitude, concern, disquiet, trouble, grief, sorrow, care of love, pain of love, anxiety of love, love, the loved object, the mistress
  987. contemplatio, contemplationis f
    an attentive considering, a viewing, surveying, contemplation, an aiming with a weapon, a taking aim, survey, consideration, regard
  988. contestatio, contestationis f
    an attesting, proving by witness, testimony, attestation, conclusive proof, an earnest entreaty
  989. choenica, choenicae f
    an Attic measure for grain, containing 2 sextarii
  990. choenix, choenicis f
    an Attic measure for grain, containing 2 sextarii
  991. coroneola, coroneolae f
    an autumnal rose
  992. concupiscentia, concupiscentiae f
    an eager desire, longing, concupiscence
  993. consectator, consectatoris m
    an eager follower
  994. consectatio, consectationis f
    an eager pursuit of a thing, a striving after
  995. contentio, contentionis f
    an eager stretching, a straining, exertion of the powers of body or mind, tension, effort, a vigorous struggling or striving for something, a struggle after
  996. circumspectus, circumspectus m
    an eagerly looking around, a cautiously looking around, a spying, searching around, consideration, a view around
  997. cyphi, iis n
    an Egyptian perfuming powder
  998. cici n (indecl.)
    an Egyptian tree, castor-oil tree, also called croton
  999. cultor, cultoris m
    an elaborator, cultivator, cultivator of land, tiller of land, husbandman, planter, countryman, inhabitant, dweller, fosterer, supporter, tutor, teacher, worshipper, reverencer, priest of some deity
  1000. chalcosmaragdos, chalcosmaragdi f
    an emerald with veins of brass, malachite
  1001. carcer, carceris m
    an enclosed place, prison, jail, the imprisoned criminals, barrier or starting-place in the race-course, commencement, beginning
  1002. circumplexus, circumplexus m
    an encompassing, embracing, folding around
  1003. compar, comparis c
    an equal, companion, comrade, colleague, one beloved, spouse, consort, mate, figure of speech whereby several members of a period have an equal number of syllables
  1004. campus, campi m
    an even, flat place, plain, field, the produce of the field, any level surface, place of action
  1005. conglobatio, conglobationis f
    an heaping, gathering, crowding together
  1006. compulsamentum, compulsamenti n
    an impelling, exhortation
  1007. catachresis, catachresis f
    an improper use of a word
  1008. certa stabilisque sententia
    an incontrovertible dogma that cannot be shaken
  1009. cacosyntheton, cacosyntheti n
    an incorrect connection of words
  1010. caballus, caballi m
    an inferior riding horse, pack-horse, nag
  1011. cynanche, cynanches f
    an inflammation of the throat, which caused the tongue to be thrust out
  1012. character, characteris m
    an instrument for branding or marking, the mark or sign burned or imprinted, a characteristic, mark, character, style
  1013. characterium, characterii n
    an instrument for branding or marking, the mark or sign burned or imprinted, a characteristic, mark, character, style
  1014. chorobates, chorobatae m
    an instrument for finding the level of water, ground-level
  1015. chorda, chordae f
    an intestine as food, catgut, string, rope, cord
  1016. Cytis, Cytis f
    an island at the entrance of the Arabian Gulf, producing chrysolite; now Perim
  1017. Cythera, Cytherorum n
    an island in the Aegean Sea, celebrated for the worship of Venus
  1018. Cypros, Cypri f
    an island in the Mediterranean Sea, renowned for its rich copper-mines and for the worship of Venus
  1019. Cyprus, Cypri f
    an island in the Mediterranean Sea, renowned for its rich copper-mines and for the worship of Venus
  1020. cacoethes, cacoethis n
    an obstinate, malignant disease, an incurable passion
  1021. costum, costi n
    an Oriental aromatic plant
  1022. costus, costi m
    an Oriental aromatic plant
  1023. cidar n (indecl.)
    an ornament for the head of Persian kings, diadem, tiara, a head-dress of the high-priest of the Jews
  1024. cidara, cidarae f
    an ornament for the head of Persian kings, diadem, tiara, a head-dress of the high-priest of the Jews
  1025. cidaris, cidaris f
    an ornament for the head of Persian kings, diadem, tiara, a head-dress of the high-priest of the Jews
  1026. cruditatio, cruditationis f
    an overloading of the stomach, indigestion
  1027. cruditas, cruditatis f
    an overloading, repletion of the stomach, superabundance of nutritious juices, undigested food, bitterness
  1028. caucalis, caucalidis f
    an umbelliferous plant
  1029. confessum, confessi n
    an undoubted thing, a certain matter, an acknowledged thing, an acknowledged matter
  1030. capillare, capillaris n
    an unguent for the hair, pomatum
  1031. calicia, caliciae f
    an unknown herb
  1032. cenchros, cenchri m
    an unknown kind of precious stone
  1033. calcetum, calceti m
    an unknown medicinal plant
  1034. cemos, cemi m
    an unknown plant
  1035. cinaris, cinaris f
    an unknown plant
  1036. clymenus, clymeni f
    an unknown plant
  1037. crocis, crocidis f
    an unknown plant
  1038. corsoides, corsoidis m
    an unknown precious stone
  1039. cytis, cytis f
    an unknown precious stone
  1040. crocottas, crocottae m
    an unknown witd animal in Ethiopia, (perhaps) the hyena
  1041. corocotta, corocottae m
    an unknown witd animal in Ethiopia, (perhaps) the hyena
  1042. corocottas, corocottae m
    an unknown witd animal in Ethiopia, (perhaps) the hyena
  1043. crocuta, crocutae m
    an unknown witd animal in Ethiopia, (perhaps) the hyena
  1044. crocallis, crocallidis f
    an unknown, cherryshaped precious stone
  1045. crocias, crociae m
    an unknown, saffron-colored precious stone
  1046. crimen caecum
    an unprovable accusation, an unprovable charge
  1047. citatior solito amnis
    an unusually torrential river
  1048. compulsio, compulsionis f
    an urging, constraint, compulsion, a dunning
  1049. certa stabilisque sententia
    an utter and irrefutable principle
  1050. color exsanguis
    anaemic complexion, anaemic complexion
  1051. corrationalitas, corrationalitatis f
    analogy
  1052. classem constituo (in alto)
    anchor the fleet
  1053. casci populi
    ancient peoples
  1054. candidatus, candidati m
    andidates, applicant
  1055. civis furialis
    angry citizen, raging citizen
  1056. cohortor 1
    animate, encourage, incite, exhort, admonish
  1057. concilium indico
    announce a meeting
  1058. conventum indīcō
    announce a meeting
  1059. circen solis
    annual cycle of the sun
  1060. consilia restituo
    annul the resolutions, revoke the resolutions
  1061. crocino 1
    anoint with saffron-ointment
  1062. christus, christa, christum
    anointed
  1063. corysidia, corysidiae f
    another name of the plant Minyas
  1064. cynoides, cynoidis n
    another name of the plant psyllion
  1065. crataegis, crataegidis f
    another name of the plant satyrion
  1066. consultationi alicuius respondeo
    answer someone's inquiry, reply to someone's request
  1067. classis formicarum
    ant colony
  1068. contrapositum, contrapositi n
    antithesis
  1069. Cytherius, Cytherii m
    Antonius
  1070. castrum, castri n
    any fortified place, castle, fort, fortress
  1071. cos, cotis f
    any hard stone, flintstone, whetstone, hone, grindstone
  1072. cotis, cotis f
    any hard stone, flintstone, whetstone, hone, grindstone
  1073. cetos, cetis n (pl. cete n)
    any large sea-animal, seamonster, a species of whale, shark, dog-fish, seal, dolphin
  1074. cetus, ceti m (pl. cete n)
    any large sea-animal, seamonster, a species of whale, shark, dog-fish, seal, dolphin, a constellation, the Whale
  1075. corpus, corporis n
    any object composed of materials perceptible by the senses, body, substance, the flesh of animal bodies, the wood under the bark of a tree, a lifeless body, corpse, trunk, the individual, person, the testicles
  1076. casa, casae f
    any simple house, any poorly-built house, cottage, hut, cabin, shed, country estate, farm
  1077. conductum, conducti n
    any thing hired, a hired house, a hired dwelling
  1078. cum a vobis discesserim
    apart from you, except you
  1079. clura, clurae f
    ape
  1080. contionabilis, contionabile
    appearing in the people's assembly, speaking before the people's assembly
  1081. concitatam multitudinem reprimo
    appease the angry crowd, calm the angry mob
  1082. caelestes pacifico
    appease the celestials
  1083. canem cibo avoco
    appease the dog with food
  1084. caecum intestinum
    appendix
  1085. cectorialis, cectoriale
    appertaining to the boundary ditch
  1086. circumplaudo 3
    applaud or greet on all sides by clapping the hands
  1087. complaudo 3
    applaud together
  1088. candidatus consularis
    applicant for the consulate
  1089. catheterismus, catheterism m
    application of the catheter
  1090. candidatus, candidatus m
    application, candidacy, candidature
  1091. clysterio 1
    apply a clyster
  1092. clysterizo 1
    apply a clyster
  1093. cataplasmo 1
    apply a poultice to
  1094. civitatem peto
    apply for citizenship
  1095. Cincinnatum dictatorem dicere
    appoint Cincinnatus as Dictator
  1096. centuriatim populum cito
    appoint the people according to electoral bodies
  1097. comprehendo 3
    apprehend someone in any crime, discover, detect, take root, conceive, become pregnant, contain, include, perceive, observe, see, comprehend intellectually, receive into one’s mind, grasp, put under obligation, embrace with kindness, shut in, include
  1098. comprendo 3
    apprehend someone in any crime, discover, detect, take root, conceive, become pregnant, contain, include, perceive, observe, see, comprehend intellectually, receive into one’s mind, grasp, put under obligation, embrace with kindness, shut in, include
  1099. citato equo advehor
    approach at a stretched gallop
  1100. cessio diei
    approach of a term, expiry date
  1101. comprobatio, comprobationis f
    approbation, approval
  1102. comprobabilis, comprobabile
    approbationable, approvalable, reasonable, justifiable, consensual
  1103. commoditas corporis
    appropriate physical skill
  1104. commodate
    appropriate, accommodated, adapted, fitted
  1105. curialiter
    appropriate, adequate, fine
  1106. conscisco 3
    approve of, decree, determine upon something in common, resolve upon something in common, adjudge, appropriate to one’s self, inflict upon one’s self, bring upon one’s self
  1107. comprobo 1
    approve wholly of something, assent to, sanction, acknowledge, prove, establish, attest, make good, show, confirm, verify something
  1108. comprobative
    approvingly
  1109. Cythereius mensis
    April, consecrated to Venu
  1110. campus, campi m
    arable land, level ground, area, free play space, realm, sea area, lowland, square, seed field, battlefield, playing field, playground, romping ground
  1111. curvor 1
    arch up, bend down, bulge, bend
  1112. chartophylacium, chartophylacii n
    archive, registry, briefcase
  1113. chartarium, chartarii n
    archives
  1114. caelum grave
    arduous climate
  1115. castra habeo
    are on the battlefield, be at war
  1116. contra dico
    argue against
  1117. cretus, creta, cretum
    arisen from, sprung from, descended from, born of
  1118. civitas, quae optimatium arbitrio regitur
    Aristocracy
  1119. complexi inter se
    arm in arm, hand in hand, tightly connected
  1120. complexi unus alterum
    arm in arm, hand in hand, tightly connected
  1121. coarmo 1
    arm together
  1122. clipeo 1 (clupeo 1)
    arm with a shield, furnish with a shield
  1123. clupeo 1
    arm with a shield, furnish with a shield
  1124. clypeo 1
    arm with a shield, furnish with a shield
  1125. cathedra supina
    armchair, recliner chair
  1126. copiae foederales
    armed forces, federal armed forces, federal army
  1127. cetratus, cetrata, cetratum
    armed with a caetra, shield-bearing
  1128. caetratus, caetrata, caetratum (cetratus)
    armed with a caetra, shield-bearing
  1129. cinctus cultro venatorio
    armed with a hunting knife
  1130. clibanarius, clibanaria, clibanarium
    armored with the breastplate, belonging to breastplate, belonging to cuirass, belonging to chain mail, belonging to baking pan
  1131. carrus cataphractus
    armoured vehicle
  1132. chelae, chelarum f
    arms of Scorpio, Libra
  1133. commercium armorum
    arms trade
  1134. cerea bracchia
    arms white as wax
  1135. circummuranus, circummurana, circummuranum
    around (but beyond) the walls, outside the walls, external
  1136. circumpetitus, circumpetita, circumpetitum
    around embraced
  1137. circiter meridiem
    around noon, around midday
  1138. circiter Kalendas
    around the beginning of the month
  1139. circumcordialis, circumcordiale
    around the heart
  1140. circa eandem horam
    around the same hour
  1141. circum + Akk.
    around, abow, about, upon, near, in, into, among - around, to - around
  1142. circa
    around, round about, all around, in the environs, in the neighborhood
  1143. compono seditionem
    arrange a riot, arrange an insurrection, arrange a rebellion
  1144. conturmo 1
    arrange in squadrons
  1145. comas compono
    arrange one's hair
  1146. confuse aliquid dispono
    arrange something quite illogically
  1147. copias in acie colloco
    arrange the troops in battle formation
  1148. condico alicui
    arrange to meet someone, make a date with someone
  1149. cena adventicia
    arrival banquet
  1150. citus advenio
    arrive quickly
  1151. caelatura, caelaturae f
    art of engraving or carving bass-reliefs in metals and ivory, engraving, celature, the engraved figures themselves, carved work
  1152. carisa, carisae f
    artful woman
  1153. carissa, carissae f
    artful woman
  1154. concinnis, concinne
    artfully decorated, delicate
  1155. calumniose
    artfully, by trickery
  1156. carduus agrestis
    artichoke
  1157. cinara, cinarae f
    artichoke
  1158. cynara, cynarae f
    artichoke
  1159. caput legis
    article of the law
  1160. cohors tormentaria
    artillery
  1161. caelator, caelatoris m
    artisan in basso-relievo, carver, engraver
  1162. corruptelarum illecebrae
    arts of seduction
  1163. conviva non multi cibi sum
    as a guest I am not a strong eater
  1164. caligant oculi ex lippitudine
    as a result of the eye inflammation, the eyes lose their sight
  1165. coacervatis cadaveribus
    as corpses lay piled up
  1166. cetera
    as for the rest, otherwise
  1167. conserte
    as if bound together, as if fastened together, in connection, , concatenated, contiguous, chained, connected
  1168. consertim
    as if bound together, as if fastened together, in connection, , concatenated, contiguous, chained, connected
  1169. comisantium modo currum secuti sunt
    as if in bacchanalian procession they followed the wagon
  1170. ceu si
    as if
  1171. comissaliter
    as in revelling processions, wantonly, jovially
  1172. comoedice
    as in the comedy
  1173. coniugaliter
    as married persons
  1174. cum maxime (maxume)
    as much as possible
  1175. cum + Ind.
    as often as
  1176. cum inciderit, ut id apte fieri possit
    as soon as a suitable opportunity arises to do so, if it arises, at a suitable opportunity
  1177. cum erit tuum commodum
    as soon as it suits you, when it is convenient for you
  1178. cum me adederit ignis
    as soon as the fire has consumed me
  1179. cum + Ind.
    as soon as
  1180. circumagente se vento
    as the wind changes (changed)
  1181. ceu cum
    as when
  1182. ceu
    as, like as, just as, as if, as it were, like as if
  1183. cum m. Ind.
    as, when
  1184. comperior 4
    ascertain, learn, obtain certain knowledge that
  1185. culpam in aliquem confero
    ascribe blame to someone, lay the blame on someone
  1186. cinus, cineris n
    ashes
  1187. ciner, cineris m
    ashes, ashes of a corpse that is burned, person after death, ruins of a city laid waste and reduced to ashes
  1188. cinis, cineris m
    ashes, ashes of a corpse that is burned, person after death, ruins of a city laid waste and reduced to ashes
  1189. consilium expetesso ab aliquo
    ask someone for advice
  1190. cenae aliquem adhibeo
    ask someone to a meal, invite someone to a meal
  1191. causam ex amico quaerere
    ask the friend why
  1192. confidentiam quaero
    ask the question of no confidence, ask the question of mistrust
  1193. culus, culi m
    ass, butt, the posteriors, fundament
  1194. coarguo 3
    assail in different directions, overwhelm with reasoning, refute, silence, expose, convict of guilt, convict of crime, prove guilty, prove incontestably a crime, prove incontestably a wrong, prove incontestably a fallacy, demonstrate to be wrong, show to be wrong
  1195. circumvado 3
    assail on every side, attack on every side, encompass, beset
  1196. caedem perpetro
    assassinate, cause a bloodbath, commit a murder
  1197. circumtundo 3
    assault all around
  1198. centuria, centuriae f
    assemblage or a division consisting of a hundred things of a kind, any division, number of acres of ground, division of troops, century, company
  1199. concenturio 1
    assemble by centuries, collect, bring together, prepare
  1200. comitia centuriata
    assembly by asset classes
  1201. comitia, comitiorum n
    assembly of the Romans for electing magistrates, the comitia, elections
  1202. comitia tribunicia
    assembly to elect the tribunes of the people
  1203. confirmo 1
    assert, affirm, protest something as true or certain
  1204. consiliarius urbanus
    assessor in the city council, member of the city council, councilor of the city
  1205. consistorianus, consistoriani m
    assessor, aid in council
  1206. commalleo 1
    assign to one's property
  1207. commalliolo 1
    assign to one's property
  1208. coadiutor, coadiutoris m
    assistant
  1209. consiliaris, consiliaris m
    associate judge at court, assessor at court
  1210. coutor 3
    associate with, have dealings with
  1211. commaritus, commariti m
    associatehusband
  1212. Consortium institutionum radiodiffusionum publicarum Rei Publicae Foederalis Germaniae (ARD)
    Association of Public Service Broadcasters in the Federal Republic of Germany (ARD)
  1213. corporasco 3
    assume a body, become incarnate
  1214. civitatem ascisco
    assume citizenship
  1215. coassumo 3
    assume together
  1216. conscientia aliquem obstringo
    assure someone's fidelity through co-science, secure someone's fidelity through fellow science
  1217. confirmo + aci
    assure that
  1218. constrictive
    astringently
  1219. clandestinus perfugarum subintroductor
    asylum smuggler-trafficker
  1220. condam
    at a certain time, at one time, once, heretofore, formerly, the late, the former, the deceased, at certain times, at times, sometimes, one day, some day, ever
  1221. commodum
    at a fit time, just in time, at the very nick, at the very moment, opportunely, seasonably
  1222. cuspiam
    at any place
  1223. cumquam
    at any time, ever
  1224. Caesare auctore
    at Caesar's instigation
  1225. certo anni
    at certain season
  1226. circa lucem
    at dawn, at daybreak
  1227. cum primo luci
    at dawn, at daybreak, at first light
  1228. cum primo lucu
    at dawn, at daybreak, at first light
  1229. cum luci simul
    at daybreak, at dawn
  1230. caelo albente
    at daybreak, at the dawn
  1231. crepusculo
    at dusk, in the dusk, in the twilight
  1232. comitiis
    at election time
  1233. citato equo
    at full gallop
  1234. constanter quidem certe fecit
    at least he stayed true to his system
  1235. commodulum
    at one’s convenience, conveniently, suilably
  1236. commodule
    at one’s convenience, conveniently, suilably, fitly
  1237. cum damno alicuius
    at someone's expense, to someone's detriment
  1238. cum aestas summa iam esse coeperat
    at the height of summer
  1239. cum tardissime
    at the latest
  1240. coordino 1
    at the same time co-arrange, neatly assemble, put together neatly
  1241. celeberrimo fori
    at the time when the Forum was most frequented
  1242. concursus atomorum
    atomic compounds, atomic connections
  1243. corpora individua
    atoms
  1244. corpora insecabilia
    atoms
  1245. capite luo
    atone with his life, atone with his head
  1246. convitio 1
    attack at the same time, injure at the same time
  1247. castra repeto
    attack the camp again, attack the camp once more
  1248. castra appugno
    attack the camp
  1249. castra arripio
    attack the camp
  1250. classem appugno
    attack the fleet
  1251. circumfusus hostium concursu
    attacked all around by the enemies
  1252. clamoribus aliquem circumvadunt
    attacking someone with shouting from all sides
  1253. curva corrigo
    attempt to make crooked straight, try to straighten crooked
  1254. conamen eversionis
    attempted coup, attempted overthrow
  1255. comitia obeo
    attend a meeting
  1256. convivio intersum
    attend the banquet, partake of the banquet
  1257. colo 3
    attend to, dress, clothe, adorn, cherish, seek, practise, devote one’s self to, live in, experience, live through, pass, spend, regard one with care, honor, revere, reverence, worship, respect
  1258. concomitor 1
    attend, accompany
  1259. castrensiani, castrensianorum m
    attendants of the Castrensis S, Palatii, servants of the court
  1260. comitabilis, comitabile
    attending, accompanying
  1261. contuitus, contuitus m
    attentive looking at, view, sight
  1262. contutus, contutus m
    attentive looking at, view, sight
  1263. contemplatim
    attentively considering
  1264. contestificor 1
    attesting at the same time
  1265. chrysatticum, chrysattici n
    attic gold wine
  1266. cenacularius, cenacularii m
    attic tenant
  1267. coenacularius, coenacularii m
    attic tenant
  1268. conspicuus sum
    attract attention
  1269. conspicior 5
    attract attention, to be conspicuous, to be noticed, to be observed, to be distinguished, to be admired
  1270. conspicior in aliqua re
    attract the eyes of people by something
  1271. catalogus auctionarius
    auction catalogue
  1272. consignator, consignatoris m
    authenticator, sealer, certifier, guarantor
  1273. cuius potestas est
    available
  1274. calamitas maritima
    average, accident at sea
  1275. calamitas aeria
    aviation accident, air disaster
  1276. culpam a me amoveo
    avoid guilt, avert blame from oneself
  1277. complexum armorum vito
    avoid the melee, avoid the scuffle
  1278. corona muralis
    award for the first climbing of the enemy wall
  1279. cogitatio iniuriae
    awareness of injustice, consciousness of wrongdoing
  1280. cardo securiclatus
    axeshaped tenon, dovetail
  1281. cede!
    back!
  1282. cedite!
    back!
  1283. crates spinae
    backbone
  1284. corpus caecum
    backside, back
  1285. conscientia culpae
    bad conscience, sense of guilt
  1286. conscientia delicti
    bad conscience, sense of guilt
  1287. conscientia flagitii
    bad conscience, sense of guilt
  1288. coquus nundinalis
    bad cook
  1289. crapula et gravedo capitis
    bad luck, blues
  1290. cacophemia, cacophemiae f
    bad reputation
  1291. cerium, cerii n
    bad species of swelling or ulcer
  1292. corona vallaris
    badge of honor for wall climbing
  1293. cacochymia, cacochymiae f
    badness of the humours
  1294. coactor iudicialis
    bailiff, judicial officer
  1295. coactor iudiciarius
    bailiff, judicial officer
  1296. casa furnaria
    bakery, bakehouse
  1297. calculorum subductio
    balance sheet, accounting, conclusion, final account
  1298. compensatio iuris et officii
    balancing rights and obligations
  1299. calvus, calva, calvum
    bald, without hair
  1300. calvities, calvitiei f
    baldness
  1301. calvitium, calvitii n
    baldness, bareness, sterility
  1302. carroballista, carroballistae f
    ballista mounted on a carriage, mobile gun
  1303. chartula delectus
    ballot paper
  1304. carpobalsamum, carpobalsami n
    Balsam fruit
  1305. civitas Baltica
    Baltic state, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania
  1306. collare, collaris n
    band for the neck, chain for the neck, collar
  1307. collarium, collarii n
    band for the neck, chain for the neck, collar
  1308. comptus, comptus m
    band, tie, assembling, joining together
  1309. Ciceroni aqua et igni interdicere
    banish Cicero, outlaw Cicero
  1310. curas pello
    banish the worries, dispel the worries, displace the worries
  1311. curas pello
    banish the worries, drive away the worries
  1312. charta nummaria
    banknote, bill, security
  1313. charta argentaria
    banknote, money card, bank bill, credit card
  1314. cena sollemnis
    banquet, feast, festive dinner
  1315. convivatio, convivationis f
    banquet, festive banquet, feast, gala dinner
  1316. cenae antelucanae
    banquets lasting all night, , meals lasting until the early morning
  1317. collis nudus
    bare hill
  1318. caput adaperio
    bare one's head
  1319. caput aperio
    bare one's head
  1320. caput revelo
    bare the head (out of reverence)
  1321. capite aperto
    bareheaded
  1322. circumlatro 1
    bark around, roar around
  1323. circulans, circulantis m
    barker, barker orator
  1324. cervisia, cervisiae f
    barley brew
  1325. crepitus polentarius
    barley fart
  1326. clumae, clumarum f
    barley husks, barley pods, barley hulls
  1327. cerea, cereae g
    barley juice, beer
  1328. cervesa, cervesae f
    barley juice, beer
  1329. cervesia, cervesiae f
    barley juice, beer
  1330. cancellatus, cancellata, cancellatum
    barred, invalid, void, coined, cancelled, annulled
  1331. compensatio mercium
    barter, , arter trade, exchange
  1332. color nativus
    basic colour
  1333. contractus fundamentalis
    basic contract, basic treaty
  1334. canephoros, canephori f
    basket carrier (at the Panathenaic procession)
  1335. canister, canistri m
    basket woven from reeds (κάννα), breadbasket, fruitbasket, flowerbasket
  1336. canistra, canistrorum n
    basket woven from reeds (κάννα), breadbasket, fruitbasket, flowerbasket
  1337. canistrum, canistri n
    basket woven from reeds (κάννα), breadbasket, fruitbasket, flowerbasket
  1338. canistrifer, canistrifera, canistriferum
    basket-carrying, basket-bearing
  1339. cartallus, cartalli m
    basket
  1340. cophinus, cophini m
    basket
  1341. corbis, corbis c
    basket
  1342. canistrum, canistri n
    basketball hoop
  1343. canistrifollis, canistrifollis m
    basketball
  1344. canistripila, canistripilae f
    basketball
  1345. caelamen, caelaminis n
    basso-relievo
  1346. calida lavor
    bathe oneself warmly
  1347. calamitas lavatoria
    bathing accident
  1348. cohors beneficiaria
    Battalion of Honour, Division of Honour
  1349. clamor mīlitaris
    battle cries, battle cry
  1350. clamor proeliantium
    battle cries, battle cry
  1351. clamor pugnantium
    battle cries, battle cry
  1352. classicum, classici n
    battle-signal upon the trumpet, war-trumpet
  1353. certāmen cerno
    battle, struggle, fight
  1354. clamator, clamatoris m
    bawler, noisy declaimer
  1355. captivitas Babylonica
    Baylonian captivity
  1356. contermino 1
    be a borderer, to border upon
  1357. commilito 1
    be a companion in war, fight in company
  1358. cucurbitae caput habeo
    be a fool, have a pumpkin head
  1359. coleos habeo
    be a man, have balls
  1360. civitatis sum Rhodiorum
    be a Rhodian citizen, be a citizen of Rhodes
  1361. commode salto
    be a skilful dancer
  1362. cupiditatibus pareo
    be a slave to one's passions
  1363. cupiditatibus servio
    be a slave to one's passions
  1364. curvo possum dignoscere rectum
    be able to distinguish the wrong from the right
  1365. copia alicuius mihi est
    be able to get in front of someone, have access to someone
  1366. capax sum
    be able to stand up to, can stand up to
  1367. consueo 2
    be accustomed, be wont
  1368. commoveor 2
    be affected, be aroused, be disturbed
  1369. celebritatem odi
    be afraid of people, be shy of people, shy away from people
  1370. contrarior 1
    be against, oppose
  1371. caleo in agendo
    be all fire to do, be full of zeal to do, being on fire to do
  1372. censeo 2 [2]
    be angry
  1373. comparturio 4
    be associated in childbirth with any one
  1374. contemporo 1
    be at the same time, be contemporary
  1375. controversor 1
    be at variance one with another, dispute
  1376. conscius mihi sum alicuius rei
    be aware of something
  1377. conscius sum alicuius rei
    be aware of something
  1378. calveo 2
    be bald
  1379. culpa careo
    be blameless, be guiltless, have no guilt
  1380. caecutio 4
    be blind, see badly
  1381. caecuttio 4
    be blind, see badly
  1382. cupiditatibus occaecor
    be blinded by passions, be dazzled by passions
  1383. connascor 3
    be born at the same time, be born with, arise together with
  1384. cerebro perfunctus sum
    be braindead
  1385. candeo 2
    be brilliant, be glittering, shine, glitter, glisten, glow with heat, be glowing hot, glowing with passion, be excited
  1386. calleo 2
    be callous, be thickskinned, be hardened, be insensible, be unfeeling, be practised, be wise by experience, be skilful, be versed in, know by experience or practice, know, have the knowledge of, understand
  1387. cavefacio 5
    be careful, , take precautions
  1388. celebresco 3
    be celebrated
  1389. clareo 2
    be clear, be bright, shine, be obvious, be clear, be evident, be manifest, be distinguished, be illustrious, be famous, be renowned
  1390. conexum et aptum esse inter se
    be closely related, be closely connected, be in close connection
  1391. colligatius adhaereo alicuo
    be closer to someone
  1392. consto 1
    be composed of, rest upon something
  1393. contineor
    be comprised, be enclosed, be surrounded, be encompassed, be environed by, hang together, be composed of, consist of, consist in, rest upon, be supported by
  1394. condemnationem patior
    be condemned
  1395. cohaereo 2
    be connected with, cleave to, be in contact with, be closely connected with, be in agreement with, be in harmony with, be vitally connected with, depend upon
  1396. coniunctus sum
    be connected, be in connection with something
  1397. conscio 4
    be conscious of wrong, know well
  1398. conscius mihi sum
    be conscious
  1399. censeor de aliquo
    be considered as belonging to someone
  1400. coniunctivo addor
    be constructed with the subjunctive
  1401. coniunctivo adiungo
    be constructed with the subjunctive
  1402. contrarius sum
    be contrast, be opposite
  1403. contionor 1
    be convened in an assembly, be united in an assembly, form an assembly, deliver an oration before an assembly of the people, harangue, address, declare before the people, say publicly, publish, make known, declare
  1404. concionor 1
    be convened in an assembly, be united in an assembly, form an assembly, deliver an oration before an assembly of the people, harangue, address, say publicly, publish, make known, declare
  1405. calumniae condemnor
    be convicted of false impeachment
  1406. curvesco 3
    be crooked, be curved, make a curve
  1407. capite deminuor
    be curtailed in one's civil rights, become a citizen of inferior rights, become a second choice citizen
  1408. careo 2
    be cut off from, be without, want, be in want of, not to have, be devoid of, be free from, abstain from, hold one’s self aloof from, not to go to, be absent from, be deprived of, feel the want of, miss
  1409. carus atque iucundus sum alicui
    be dear to someone, be fond to someone
  1410. causa cado
    be defeated in court, fail in court, lose the case, be dismissed in court
  1411. condelector 1
    be delighted with something
  1412. caecus sum
    be deluded, be blinded
  1413. convario 1
    be different, vary
  1414. conculcatui sum
    be disregarded, be an object of contempt
  1415. conficio 5
    be efficient, accomplish a direct result, be an active cause, complete, finish, end, spend, pass, bring forward as proved, show, deduce
  1416. comitiis consul creor
    be elected consul at the elective assembly
  1417. cunctis centuriis creor
    be elected unanimously
  1418. complexum accipio
    be embraced, be hugged
  1419. cresco 3
    be enlarged, be strengthened, rise in distinction, increase in honor, rise in courage, be promoted, be advanced, prosper, become great, attain honor
  1420. conquiesco 3
    be entirely easy, be unconcerned, pause, stop, be quiet, enjoy entire repose, find rest, find recreation, find pleasure in something
  1421. consto 1
    be established, be settled, be certain, be manifest, be evident, be well known
  1422. cum invidia sum
    be exposed to envy, be hostile
  1423. consisto 3
    be firm, remain firm, be unshaken, be immovable, be steadfast, be at rest, stand one’s ground, continue, endure, subsist, be, exist, come to a stand, stand still, take rest, cease
  1424. certo scio
    be firmly convinced
  1425. carus sum alicui
    be fond of someone
  1426. culpa vaco
    be free from guilt
  1427. carere dolore
    be free from pain
  1428. consternor 1
    be frightened, become shy
  1429. como 1
    be furnished with hair, having long hair, be hairy, be covered with hair, clothe with hair, deck with hair, deck with something like hair
  1430. cunctis hominibus amabilis sum
    be generally popular, be liked by all
  1431. cingor 3
    be girded with something, be encircled with something, make one’s self ready for any thing, prepare, getting ready
  1432. compungor 3
    be goaded by the stings of conscience, feel remorse
  1433. caneo 2
    be gray, be hoary, be white
  1434. capillor 1
    be hairy, wear hair
  1435. contigue aliquem sequor
    be hot on someone's heels
  1436. commercium habeo cum aliquo
    be in contact with someone
  1437. clavum imperii teneo
    be in government, be at the helm of the state, direct the state
  1438. capitis periclitor
    be in mortal danger, be in danger of death, risking head and neck
  1439. consipio 5
    be in one’s right mind, be in one’s senses, be of sound mind
  1440. claustris poenalibus contineor
    be in prison
  1441. castra habeo contra aliquem
    be in the battlefield against someone, be at war against someone
  1442. carpento sedeo cum uxore
    be in the car
  1443. coinquinor 1
    be infected, defile oneself
  1444. conquinor 1
    be infected, defile oneself
  1445. cedere alicui virtute
    be inferior to anyone in gallantry
  1446. cupiditate alicuius rei accensus sum
    be inflamed with desire for something
  1447. cupiditate alicuius rei inflamatus sum
    be inflamed with desire for something
  1448. caleo sordibus
    be inflamed with love for the Kanaille, be kindled for the rabble in love
  1449. crapulor 1
    be intoxicated, be drunk, have an intoxication
  1450. communitate coniunctus sum cum aliquo
    be joined together with someone
  1451. conglisco 3
    be kindled up, become illustrious
  1452. constat + aci
    be known
  1453. careo aliqua re
    be lacking in something
  1454. clementi sum animo in aliquem
    be lenient against someone, indulge someone
  1455. caeculto 1
    be like one blind, be dim-sighted
  1456. certisco 3
    be made sure, be made certain
  1457. certisso 3
    be made sure, be made certain
  1458. collabefio
    be made to reel, be made to totter, be brought to ruin, sink together, be overthrow, be supplant
  1459. circummetior 4
    be measured around
  1460. continens sum
    be moderate, lie together
  1461. clueor 2
    be named, be called, be reputed, be esteemed
  1462. cognomen habeo
    be named, have the epithet
  1463. cognomine appellor
    be named, have the epithet
  1464. contiguo 1
    be nearby
  1465. credo 3
    be of opinion, think, believe, suppose
  1466. constans sum
    be of strong character
  1467. catholicae confessionis sum
    be of the Catholic faith, be Catholic
  1468. coaetaneo 1
    be of the same age
  1469. coaeto 1
    be of the same age
  1470. causam amicitiae habeo cum aliquo
    be on friendly terms with someone
  1471. caveo 2
    be on one’s guard, take care, take heed, beware, guard against, avoid, take care for, provide, order something, order, decree, dispose of in writing, dispose by will
  1472. clerificor 1
    be ordained to the priesthood, be ordained
  1473. calamitatibus obruor
    be overwhelmed with misfortune
  1474. compareo 2
    be perfectly evident, be apparent, appear, be visible, be present, be in existence, exist
  1475. complaceo 2
    be pleasing at the same time, please also, be very pleasing to
  1476. circumstagno 1
    be poured forth all around
  1477. coexsisto 3
    be present at the same time, exist at the same time, coexist
  1478. coram adsum
    be present in person, be there in person
  1479. celebritatem odi
    be publicity-shy
  1480. cognatione inter se continentur
    be related to each other
  1481. copiis abundo
    be rich, have abundance
  1482. cicatricor 1
    be scarred over, be cicatrized
  1483. conspicor 1
    be seen
  1484. conflictor 1
    be severely tormented, be vexed, be harassed, be afflicted, be brought to ruin
  1485. calamitate doctus sum
    be shrewd under adversity, be crafty through misfortune, have learned from misfortune
  1486. coaegroto 1
    be sick at the same time with
  1487. Caesaris partes sequor
    be side with Caesar
  1488. conticeo 2
    be silent, be still
  1489. comminuor alicuius lacrimis
    be softened by someone's tears
  1490. centuplicato veneo
    be sold a hundred times dearer
  1491. collum pono in pulvere
    be stretched out, put the neck on the floor
  1492. calamitatibus affligor
    be stricken with misfortune
  1493. cervicor 1
    be stubborn, be obstinate
  1494. compendio capior
    be tempted by profit
  1495. causa sum belli
    be the cause of war
  1496. cum summo imperio et potestate sum
    be the holder of supreme military and civil power
  1497. calamitati sum alicui
    be the undoing of someone, be fatal to someone
  1498. concaleo 2
    be thoroughly warm
  1499. conterno 1
    be three years old
  1500. conscientia animi moveor
    be tortured by conscience, be plagued by remorse
  1501. censeor aliqua re
    be valued after something
  1502. concupio 5
    be very desirous, to long much for
  1503. constupeo 2
    be very much astonished
  1504. caleo 2
    be warm, be hot, glow, feel warm, glow in mind, be roused, be warmed, be inflamed, be carried on warmly, be urged on zealously, be yet warm, be yet new, be yet fresh, be eagerly sought, be frequented
  1505. capior 5
    be weakened, be curtailed in one's possibilities
  1506. candico 1
    be whitish, be white
  1507. conquiesco 3
    be wholly at rest, rest, take rest, repose, be at rest, cease from exertion, be idle, be inactive, be in repose, take rest, halt, take repose, take a nap
  1508. consumor 3
    be wiped out, be swept away
  1509. curis conficior
    be worn down by worries, be worn down by cares
  1510. capero 1
    be wrinkled
  1511. calceus rostratus
    beak shoe
  1512. calceoli repandi
    beak shoes
  1513. clavus trabalis
    beam nail
  1514. cyamias, cyamiae m
    beanstone, a precious stone
  1515. confero
    bear a thing somewhere, carry a thing somewhere, convey a thing somewhere, direct a thing somewhere, devote something to a certain purpose, apply something to a certain purpose, employ, direct, confer, bestow upon, give, lend, grant, transfer to
  1516. circumgesto 1
    bear around, carry around
  1517. convecto 1
    bear in abundance together, carry together in abundance, bring together in abundance
  1518. circumfero
    bear round, move round, carry round, carry about, pass around, spread around, publish abroad, proclaim, divulge, disseminate among the people, report, lustrate, purify any one by carrying around him consecrated objects
  1519. causam alicuius rei sustineo
    bear the guilt of something
  1520. culpam alicuius rei sustineo
    bear the guilt of something, have the guilt of something
  1521. comporto 1
    bear together, carry together, bring together, collect
  1522. congero 3
    bear together, carry together, bring together, collect, prepare, heap up, throw in great numbers, accumulate, shower, make by heaping together, build by bringing together, construct
  1523. constanter fero aliquid
    bear with composure
  1524. cestifer, cestiferi m
    bearer of a box, bearer of a chest
  1525. cistifer, cistiferi m
    bearer of a box, bearer of a chest
  1526. cistophorus, cistophori m
    bearer of the sacred box
  1527. caducifer, caducifera, caduciferum
    bearing a herald’s staff
  1528. corymbifer, corymbifera, corymbiferum
    bearing clusters of ivy-berries
  1529. carniger, carnigera, carnigerum
    bearing flesh, clothed with flesh
  1530. cunifer, cunifera, cuniferum
    bearing fruit of a conical form
  1531. cornifer, cornifera, corniferum
    bearing horns, having horns, horned
  1532. circumpavio 4
    beat close around, trod close around
  1533. commulco 1
    beat violently
  1534. contundo 3
    beat, bruise, grind, crush, pound, break to pieces, break, lessen, weaken, destroy, subdue, put down, baffle, check
  1535. caio 1
    beat, cudgel
  1536. circumpavitus, circumpavita, circumpavitum
    beaten close around, trodden close around
  1537. cum + Konj.
    because
  1538. civitatem muto
    become a citizen of another state
  1539. calceos muto
    become a senator
  1540. coacesco 3
    become acid, become sour, deteriorate, become corrupt
  1541. calvesco 3
    become bald, grow up thin, grow up far apart
  1542. claresco 3
    become bright, grow bright, become clear, grow clear, begin to shine, become visible, sound clear, become audible, become manifest, become evident, become obvious, become illustrious, become famous, become renowned
  1543. cancerasco 3
    become cancerous, be afflicted with a cancer, suppurate like a cancer
  1544. carbonesco 3
    become charcoal
  1545. charmidor 1
    become Charmides, rejoice
  1546. commarcesco 3
    become completely dull, become completely flabby
  1547. crudelesco 3
    become cruel, become brutal, become violent, become vicious
  1548. cernor aliqua re
    become distinguished or known in something
  1549. cernor in aliqua re
    become distinguished or known in something
  1550. callesco 3
    become dull, become insensible, become blunt
  1551. callisco 3
    become dull, become insensible, become blunt
  1552. clarus fio
    become famous
  1553. corpus facio
    become fat, thrive, get stout, become obese, become fat, gain weight, put on flesh
  1554. colliquefio
    become fluid, liquefy, melt, dissolve
  1555. colliquesco 3
    become fluid, liquefy, melt, dissolve
  1556. concrebresco 3
    become frequent, increase, gather strength
  1557. crebesco 3
    become frequent, increase, grow strong, spread abroad
  1558. crebresco 3 (crebesco 3)
    become frequent, increase, grow strong, spread abroad
  1559. confracesco 3
    become friable, become rotten, wither together, decay together
  1560. concallesco 3
    become insensible, become obtuse, become shrewd, become practised
  1561. cornesco 3
    become like horn, grow horny, turn to horn
  1562. consopior 4
    become obsolete
  1563. candesco 3
    become of a bright, glittering white, begin to glisten, begin to radiate, begin to glow, grow red hot
  1564. compotior 4
    become partaker of, become master of
  1565. corpus amitto
    become poor, become lean, fall off the flesh, lose weight, get skinny
  1566. contemperor 1
    become quite the same
  1567. contristor 1
    become sad, grieve, become depressed
  1568. candefio
    become shiny white, become glowing
  1569. coaegresco 3
    become sick at the same time with
  1570. conticesco 3 (conticisco 3)
    become still, cease speaking, cease sounding, keep silence, not to speak, become still, become quiet, come to rest, cease, decline, stop, abate
  1571. conticisco 3
    become still, cease speaking, cease sounding, keep silence, not to speak, become still, become quiet, come to rest, cease, decline, stop, abate
  1572. consilesco 3
    become still, to be hushed, keep silent, grow dumb
  1573. corroboror 1
    become stronger, become greater, be grown up
  1574. certamine battuendi Olympia vinco
    become the Olympic gold medalist in fencing
  1575. cognosco 3
    become thoroughly acquainted with, learn by inquiring, examine, investigate, perceive, see, understand, learn, become acquainted with, recognize, acknowledge, identify, seek or strive to know something, inquire into, reconnoitre, act the part of a scout
  1576. concalesco 3
    become thoroughly warm, grow thoroughly warm, glow, glow with love
  1577. contenebrasco 3
    become very dark, grow very dark
  1578. contenebresco 3
    become very dark, grow very dark
  1579. commadeo 2
    become very soft
  1580. consanesco 3
    become whole, become sound, be healed
  1581. commarceo 2
    become wholly faint, become wholly inactive
  1582. computesco 3
    become wholly putrid, putrefy, rot
  1583. computresco 3
    become wholly putrid, putrefy, rot
  1584. cognitus, cognitus m
    becoming acquainted with, knowing
  1585. cognitio, cognitionis f
    becoming acquainted with, learning to know, acquiring knowledge, knowing, acquaintance, cognition, conception, notion, idea, branch of learning, judicial examination, inquiry, cognizance, trial,recognition, discovery
  1586. condecens, condecentis
    becoming, seemly, fit
  1587. condecenter
    becomingly, fitly
  1588. conducenter
    becomingly, fitly
  1589. concubitor, concubitoris m
    bed-fellow
  1590. consors tori
    bedmate, mistress
  1591. cubans, cubantis m
    bedridden sick person, patient
  1592. cubiculum dormitorium
    bedroom
  1593. cubiculare tapete
    bedside rug, bed rug, bed mat
  1594. cerinthus, cerinthi m
    beebread, called also erithace or sandaraca
  1595. caro bovina
    beef
  1596. cerea castra
    beehive, cells of wax, honey-comb
  1597. cervisiae officina
    beer brewery
  1598. cerevisia,cerevisiae f
    beer
  1599. coram omnibus
    before all eyes, before all the world
  1600. citra tertiam (syllabam)
    before the third syllable
  1601. cloaco 1
    befoul, stain, pollute, defile
  1602. clementiam expeto
    beg mercy
  1603. congenero 1
    beget at the same time, produce at the same time, produce of the same litter, unite by affinity, connect
  1604. committo 3
    begin any course of action, undertake a action, carry on a action
  1605. confloresco 3
    begin to bloom at the same time, begin to florish together
  1606. confervesco 3
    begin to boil, become heated, grow hot
  1607. coepto diffidere dictis
    begin to mistrust the words
  1608. coepio 5
    begin, commence, undertake
  1609. coipio 5
    begin, commence, undertake
  1610. coepto 1
    begin, undertake, attempt, commence, make a beginning
  1611. coeptus, coeptus m
    beginning, undertaking, project
  1612. coeptus, coepta, coeptum
    begun, commenced, undertaken
  1613. contumacius me gero
    behave defiantly, act defiantly
  1614. caput amputo
    behead, decapitate
  1615. caput demo
    behead, decapitate
  1616. caput detrunco
    behead, decapitate
  1617. centenionalis, centenionale
    being a hundredth
  1618. capitali odio dissideo ab aliquo
    being divided with someone to the point of deadly hatred
  1619. carentia, carentiae f
    being free, not having
  1620. cohaerens, cohaerentis
    being in accord, corresponding
  1621. coniunctissime vivo cum aliquo
    being in very close contact with someone
  1622. coniunctissimus sum cum aliquo
    being in very close contact with someone
  1623. credito 1
    believe firmly
  1624. crimina ausculto
    believe the accusations, listen to the accusations
  1625. chiliastae, chiliastārum m
    believers in the millennial kingdom, , chilean
  1626. campana, campanae f
    bell
  1627. Cythereias, Cythereiadis f
    belonging to Venus, consecrated to Venus
  1628. currulis, currule
    belonging to a chariot, belonging to a chariot-race
  1629. classicus, classica, classicum
    belonging to a classis, belonging to a fleet, belonging to a division of the Roman people, belonging to the first class, of the highest class, of the highest rank, classical, superior, standard
  1630. carcerarius, carceraria,carcerarium
    belonging to a prison
  1631. cubitorius, cubitoria, cubitorium
    belonging to a reclining posture
  1632. cauponius, cauponia, cauponium
    belonging to a retail shopkeeper, belonging to an innkeeper
  1633. confanens, confanentis
    belonging to a sanctuary, belonging to a parish
  1634. cycneus, cycnea, cycneum
    belonging to a swan, swan’s-
  1635. cygneus, cygnea, cygneum
    belonging to a swan, swan’s-
  1636. coronarius, coronaria, coronarium
    belonging to a wreath, suitable for garlands
  1637. concionalis, concionale
    belonging to an assembly of the people, suitable for an assembly of the people
  1638. contionalis, contionale (concionalis)
    belonging to an assembly of the people, suitable for an assembly of the people, who went about in the assemblies of the people for the purpose of exciting the multitude
  1639. curatoricius, curatoricia, curatoricium
    belonging to an overseer
  1640. Cairicus, Cairici f
    belonging to Cairo
  1641. coniecturalis, coniecturale
    belonging to conjecture or guessing, conjectural
  1642. Cupidineus, Cupidinea, Cupidineum
    belonging to Cupid
  1643. Cyzicenus, Cyzicena, Cyzicenum
    belonging to Cyzicum
  1644. carnarius, carnaria, carnarium
    belonging to flesh
  1645. cavillatorius, cavillatoria, cavillatorium
    belonging to irony, belonging to teasing
  1646. Carciviensis, Carciviense
    belonging to Kharkiv, belonging to Charkiv, belonging to Kharkov
  1647. Chioviensis, Chioviense
    belonging to Kiev
  1648. concubius, concubia, concubium
    belonging to lying in sleep, belonging to the time of sleep
  1649. coniugialis, coniugiale
    belonging to marriage, conjugal, connubial
  1650. conviperinus, conviperina, conviperinum
    belonging to snake
  1651. calathinus, calathina, calathinum
    belonging to the basket, basket-like
  1652. capularis, capulare [2]
    belonging to the cable
  1653. comprehensorius, comprehensoria, comprehensorium
    belonging to the capture
  1654. cicinus, cicina, cicinum
    belonging to the castor tree
  1655. catapultarius, catapultaria, catapultarium
    belonging to the catapult, that is thrown by the catapult
  1656. caelibalis, caelibale
    belonging to the celibate
  1657. caelibaris, caelibare
    belonging to the celibate
  1658. cellularis, cellulare
    belonging to the cell, cellular
  1659. cretarius, cretaria, cretarium
    belonging to the chalk, coated with chalk, chalked
  1660. cinematographicus, cinematographica, cinematographicum
    belonging to the cinema, cinematic
  1661. circeiensis, circeiense
    belonging to the circus
  1662. convectorius, convectoria, convectorium
    belonging to the co-driver, serving for riding along
  1663. coalitionarius, coalitionaria, coalitionarium
    belonging to the coalition
  1664. coferarius, coferaria, coferarium
    belonging to the coffee
  1665. centuriatus, centuriata, centuriatum
    belonging to the comitia centuriata, advised in the comitia centuriata
  1666. communalis, communale
    belonging to the community
  1667. compitalicius, compitalicia, compitalicium
    belonging to the compitalia
  1668. computatorius, computatoria, computatorium
    belonging to the computer, relating to the computer
  1669. computatralis, computatrale
    belonging to the computer, relating to the computer
  1670. congressualis, congressuale
    belonging to the congress
  1671. corneus, cornea, corneum (2)
    belonging to the cornel-tree, belonging to cornelwood
  1672. casanicus, casanica, casanicum
    belonging to the cottage
  1673. casalis, casale
    belonging to the court, belonging to the farm
  1674. Crimensis, Crimense
    belonging to the Crimea, Crimean
  1675. culturalis, culturale
    belonging to the culture, cultural
  1676. Cyaneus, Cyanea, Cyaneum
    belonging to the Cyaneae
  1677. cyberspatialis, cyberspatiale
    belonging to the cyberspace, belonging to the internet world
  1678. coactiliarius, coactiliaria, coactiliarium
    belonging to the felt walker
  1679. campensis, campense
    belonging to the flat field
  1680. classeus, classea, classeum
    belonging to the fleet
  1681. choraulicus, choraulica, choraulicum
    belonging to the flute-players of the chorus
  1682. chrysomelinus, chrysomelina, chrysomelinum
    belonging to the golden apple, quince related
  1683. canabensis, canabense
    belonging to the grocer's quarter
  1684. citharoedicus, citharoedica, citharoedicum
    belonging to the guitar player
  1685. curionius, curionia, curionium
    belonging to the head of the curia
  1686. caputalis, caputale
    belonging to the head, relating to life
  1687. capitalis, capitale
    belonging to the head, relating to life, by which life is endangered, capital, punishable by death, punishable by the loss of civil rights, that is at the head, chief, first in something, pre-eminent, distinguished, of the first rank, important
  1688. curialis, curiale
    belonging to the imperial court
  1689. calendarius, calendaria, calendarium
    belonging to the Kalends
  1690. calendalis, calendale
    belonging to the Kalends, belonging to the first day of the month
  1691. calendaris, calendare
    belonging to the Kalends, belonging to the first day of the month
  1692. cruralis, crurale
    belonging to the legs, crural
  1693. creditorius, creditoria, creditorium
    belonging to the loan, serving a loan, belonging to the credit
  1694. commemorativus, commemorativa, commemorativum
    belonging to the memory, serving the memory
  1695. cellariensis, cellariense
    belonging to the pantry
  1696. crocotarius, crocotaria, crocotarium
    belonging to the preparation of saffron-colored garments
  1697. cauponarius, cauponara, cauponarum
    belonging to the pub
  1698. coracicus, coracica, coracicum
    belonging to the raven
  1699. concorporalis, concorporale
    belonging to the same body or company
  1700. concibo, concibonis
    belonging to the same food department
  1701. clabularis, clabulare
    belonging to the transport wagons
  1702. clabularius, clabularia, clabularium
    belonging to the transport wagons
  1703. clavularis, clavulare
    belonging to the transport wagons
  1704. cunicularius, cunicularia, cunicularium
    belonging to the tunnel
  1705. cosmicus, cosmica, cosmicum
    belonging to the world
  1706. chimerinus, chimerina, chimerinum
    belonging to winter, winter
  1707. circumflecto 3
    bend about, turn about, mark with a circumflex, pronounce as long
  1708. clino 1
    bend
  1709. cessim
    bending in, turning in, turned backwards, backwards
  1710. cossim
    bending in, turning in, turned backwards, backwards
  1711. circumflexus, circumflexus m
    bending round, winding round
  1712. campter, campteris m
    bending, turning, angle
  1713. camter, camteris m
    bending, turning, angle
  1714. commoda, commodorum n
    benefits, privileges, rights, borrowed objects, fruit
  1715. circumactus, circumacta, circumactum
    bent around, curved
  1716. corresupinatus, corresupinata, corresupinatum
    bent backwards at the same time
  1717. castra nautica
    berth of the vessels, location of the vessels
  1718. collino 3
    besmear, cover over, defile, pollute
  1719. convomo 3
    bespew, vomit upon
  1720. civitate dono
    bestow with the citizenship, confer the right of citizenship
  1721. curiosus, curiosa, curiosum
    bestowing cares upon a thing, bestowing pains upon a thing, applying one’s self assiduously, careful, diligent, thoughtful, devoted
  1722. cogitata patefacio
    betray one's thoughts
  1723. comploro 1
    bewail, lament together loudly, lament together violently
  1724. cautio incommodorum
    beware of adversity
  1725. caveo a veneno
    beware of poison
  1726. cave, ne hosti opportunus fias
    beware of show the enemy an ignorance
  1727. caveo ab aliquo
    beware of someone
  1728. cavete, ne ...
    beware that
  1729. capito, capitonis
    big-headed
  1730. cephalo, cephalonis m
    bighead
  1731. certamen birotariorum
    bike race
  1732. certamen birotarium
    bike race
  1733. certamen birotulariorum
    bike race
  1734. certamen birotularium
    bike race
  1735. cholagogus, cholagoga, cholagogum
    bile draining
  1736. cholericus, cholerica, cholericum
    bilious, jaundiced
  1737. columbor 1
    bill like doves, kiss like doves
  1738. circumstringo 3
    bind about, put on, tie around, surround, clothe with
  1739. circumvincio 4
    bind around
  1740. convador 1
    bind one to appear in court by giving surely, cite someone to the court, made an appointment with someone
  1741. consuetudine aliquem devincio
    bind someone to oneself by one's company, bind someone to oneself by one's association,
  1742. circumligo 1
    bind something to something, bind something with something, encompass, surround
  1743. coniungo 3
    bind together, connect, join, unite, yoke together, contract, carry on concert, wage in concert, continue without interruption, compose, form by uniting, join in marriage, join in love, unite by the ties of relationship or friendship
  1744. coligo 1
    bind together, tie together, fasten together, connect, bind, tie up, unite, combine, connect, join together, restrain, check, stop, hinder
  1745. colligo 1
    bind together, tie together, fasten together, connect, bind, tie up, unite, combine, connect, join together, restrain, check, stop, hinder
  1746. conligo 1
    bind together, tie together, fasten together, connect, bind, tie up, unite, combine, connect, join together, restrain, check, stop, hinder
  1747. coniunctio conexiva
    binding particle
  1748. colligatio, colligationis f (conligatio)
    binding together, connection, ligature, band, fastening
  1749. conligatio, conligationis f
    binding together, connection, ligature, band, fastening
  1750. catenatio, catenationis f
    binding, band, clamp, clincher, pin
  1751. cychramus, cychrami m
    bird migrating with quails, perh, the ortolan
  1752. circumvolitantes alites
    birds flying around
  1753. commordeo 2
    bite sharply, bite eagerly
  1754. commorsito 1
    bite to pieces
  1755. canes et latrare et mordere possunt
    biting accusers can do both: bark and bite
  1756. canis, canis c
    biting prosecutor
  1757. cucurbitella, cucurbitellae f
    bitter gourd, cupping-glass
  1758. cucurbitula, cucurbitulae f
    bitter gourd, cupping-glass
  1759. capsa nigra
    black box, flight recorder
  1760. capsella nigra
    black box, flight recorder
  1761. cacabatus, cacabata, cacabatum
    black, sooty, besmeared like a cooking-pot
  1762. caccabatus, caccabata, caccabatum
    black, sooty, besmeared like a cooking-pot
  1763. cossyphus, cossyphi m
    blackbird
  1764. culpam imprudentiae assigno
    blame a lack of caution
  1765. crimen invicem intentant
    blame each other for the crime
  1766. crimen invicem intentant
    blame each other, accuse each other
  1767. culpito 1
    blame severely, reproach severely, blam harshly, reproach harshly
  1768. culpam alicuius rei in aliquem confero
    blame someone for something
  1769. culpam alicui assigno
    blame someone, attribute guilt to someone
  1770. culpam alicui attribuo
    blame someone, attribute guilt to someone
  1771. carinator, carinatoris m
    blasphemer, taunter, detractor
  1772. clamor apertus
    blatant screaming
  1773. circumflagro 1
    blaze all around, scorch all around
  1774. captus altero oculo
    blind in one eye
  1775. caecus amor sui
    blind self-love
  1776. caecatus libidine
    blinded by lust
  1777. caecatus libidinibus
    blinded by passions
  1778. caeco impetu
    blindly, in blind urge
  1779. caecitas, caecitatis f
    blindness
  1780. caecitudo, caecitudinis f
    blindness
  1781. captivitas oculorum
    blindness
  1782. cruor, cruoris m
    blood (which flows from a wound), stream of blood, vital power, bloodshed, murder, blood in the body
  1783. cognatio, cognationis f
    blood relationship, kindred, connection by birth, relations, persons, allied by descent, relationship, association, intimate connection, natural connection, agreement, kindred, resemblance, affinity
  1784. consanguinitas, consanguinitatis f
    blood-relationship, consanguinity, relationship between brothers and sisters, relationship, affinity, similarity
  1785. cochlea sanguine cassa
    bloodless snail
  1786. cruentus et maculatus
    bloodstained and sullied with murder
  1787. caedes atrox
    bloody carnage, bloody slaughter
  1788. crudus, cruda, crudum
    bloody, bleeding, trickling with blood, raw, not cooked, undigested, suffering from indigestion, unripe, immature, crude, yet young, yet fresh, not yet armed
  1789. cruore oblitus
    bloody, gory, sanguinary, smeared with blood
  1790. cruore respersus
    bloody, spattered with blood
  1791. confloreo 2
    bloom together, flourish together
  1792. charta bibula
    blotting paper, absorbent paper
  1793. calamitatis ictus
    blow of fate, stroke of fate
  1794. circumflo 1
    blow round about
  1795. classicum inflo
    blow the signal
  1796. conflo 1
    blow together, blow up, stir up, kindle, light, inflame, bring about, effect, accomplish, bring together, raise, procure, produce, cause, occasion, melt, fuse, melt down
  1797. conspiro 1
    blow together, breathe together, sound together, harmonize, agree, accord, agree together in thought or feeling, accord, unite, combine, plot together, enter into a conspiracy, conspire
  1798. colaphus, colaphi m
    blow with the fist, cuff, a box on the ear
  1799. circumspiro 1
    blowing all around
  1800. cauricrepus, cauricrepa, cauricrepum
    blown through by the north-west wind
  1801. caeruleum, caerulei n
    blue color, steel-color
  1802. caerulum, caeruli n
    blue color, steel-color
  1803. caeruleis oculis
    blue-eyed, with blue eyes
  1804. caesiis oculis
    blue-eyed, with blue eyes
  1805. caesios oculos Minervae, caeruleos esse Neptuni
    blue-grey be the eyes of Minerva, sea-blue those of Neptunus
  1806. caesitas, caesitatis f
    blue, blueness
  1807. caesius, caesia, caesium
    bluish gray, cat-eyed
  1808. caesicius, caesicia, caesicium
    bluish, dark blue
  1809. caesitius, caesitia, caesitium
    bluish, dark blue
  1810. color verecundus
    blush, shame
  1811. clavus tabularis
    board nail
  1812. curatorium, curatorii n
    Board of Trustees, Committee, Seat of the Trustee, Board of Trustees
  1813. cicatrices meas ostento
    boastfully show one's scars
  1814. cumba, cumbae f
    boat, skif, barge, gondola, the boat of Charon
  1815. cymba, cymbae f (cumba, cumbae f )
    boat, skif, barge, gondola, the boat of Charon
  1816. cymba, cymbae f (cumba, cumbae f )
    boat, skiff, the boat of Charon
  1817. compago corporis
    bodily structure
  1818. corpus et animus
    body and soul
  1819. crementum corporis
    body growth
  1820. corpus insumentia
    body weakening agents, debilitating agents, body weakening substances
  1821. corpus mortui
    body, corpse
  1822. corpus hominis mortui
    body, corpse, dead body
  1823. corporis custodes
    bodyguard, lifeguard
  1824. custodia corporis
    bodyguard, lifeguard
  1825. combullio 4
    boil fully
  1826. concoquo 3
    boil together, seethe together, digest, prepare, ripen, mature, endure, suffer, put up with, brook, tolerate, revolve in mind, think upon, weigh, reflect maturely upon, consider well
  1827. conchicla, conchiclae f
    boiled bean
  1828. conchicula, conchiculae f
    boiled bean
  1829. concicla, conciclae f
    boiled bean
  1830. caro cocta
    boiled meat, cooked meat
  1831. caccabinus, caccabina, caccabinum
    boiled, simmered
  1832. confidenter
    boldly, daringly, audaciously, impudently
  1833. coniectio telorum
    bombardment, shelling
  1834. coniectio tormentorum
    bombardment, shelling
  1835. coagulum amicitiae
    bond of friendship
  1836. catechismus, catechismi m
    book of elementary Christian instruction, catechism
  1837. capsaria, capsariae f
    booth for bathing needs, bathroom girl
  1838. combibiones, combibionum m
    boozing brothers, fellow boozers, co-drinkers
  1839. controversia finium
    border conflict, boundary dispute
  1840. claustra imperii
    border fortress of the empire
  1841. custodia limitanea
    border guard, border patrol, border protection
  1842. cursorium, cursorii n
    border path, path running along the border
  1843. custodes limitanei
    border police, border guards
  1844. collimito 1
    border upon
  1845. collimitor 1
    border upon
  1846. compagino 1
    border upon
  1847. confinis, confine
    bordering one upon another, bordering on, adjoining, contiguous, nearly related, nearly like, similar
  1848. confinius, confinia, confinium
    bordering one upon another, bordering on, adjoining, contiguous, nearly related, nearly like, similar
  1849. collimitaneus, collimitana, collimitanum
    bordering upon
  1850. contiguus, contigua, contiguum
    bordering upon, neighboring, contiguous, near, that may be touched, within reach
  1851. classem deprimo
    bore a fleet into the ground
  1852. caecigenus, caecigena, caecigenum
    born blind
  1853. cavaticus, cavatica, cavaticum
    born in caves, living in caves
  1854. comprovincialis, comprovinciale
    born in the same province
  1855. congenitus, congenita, congenitum
    born together with, produced together with, congenital, coëval with
  1856. creatus, creata, creatum
    born, begotten
  1857. comminus ad aliquem accedo
    bother someone, get on someone's body, take action against someone
  1858. collum lagenae
    bottleneck
  1859. circumtermino 1
    bound round about, limit round about
  1860. catenatus, catenata, catenatum
    bound with a chain, chained, fettered, intertwined, connected, continued, unremitting
  1861. circumtentus, circumtenta, circumtentum
    bound with something that is stretched around, begirt
  1862. cecturium, cecturii n
    boundary ditch
  1863. cectoria, cectoriae f
    boundary ditch, round pit
  1864. confinia, confinium n
    boundary, border, confine, neighborhood
  1865. caput submitto
    bow one's head, lower one's head
  1866. corpore inclinato aliquem saluto
    bow to someone, greet someone with a bow
  1867. capedo, capedinis f
    bowl or cup used in sacrifices
  1868. cappudo, cappudinis f
    bowl or cup used in sacrifices
  1869. capudo, capudinis f
    bowl or cup used in sacrifices
  1870. capis, capidis f
    bowl with one handle,sacrificial bowl
  1871. cistarius, cistariī m
    box keeper
  1872. colaphizo 1
    box one’s ears, give a slap
  1873. colapho aliquem ferio
    box one’s ears, give a slap
  1874. campsa, campsae f
    box, ark, chest
  1875. catlaster, catlastri m
    boy, lad, stripling
  1876. catulaster, catulastri m
    boy, lad, stripling
  1877. cerebellare, cerebellaris n
    brain-covering, head-covering
  1878. cerebrum, cerebri n
    brain, understanding, anger, choler, the pith in the upper part, content, meaning
  1879. calva, calvae f
    brainpan, brain shell, cranium, skull, nut with a smooth shell, scalp without hair
  1880. currum sufflamine tardo
    brake the car, slow down the car, decelerate the car
  1881. cantabries, cantabriei f
    bran grind, bran lichen
  1882. cauterem adhibeo ambitioni
    brand the ambition
  1883. cauteroma, cauteromatis n
    brand
  1884. cauter, cauteris m
    branding-iron, wound made by burning
  1885. chalceus, chalcea, chalceum
    brazen, of brass
  1886. clibanicius, clibanicia, clibanicium
    bread baked in a clibanus
  1887. crusta panis
    bread crust
  1888. canistellum, canistelli n
    bread-basket, fruit-basket
  1889. canistellus, canistelli m
    bread-basket, fruit-basket
  1890. cibicida, cibicidae m
    breadwaster, bread-consumer
  1891. claustra nobilitatis refringo
    break down the barriers drawn by the nobility
  1892. claustra effringo
    break down the barriers
  1893. cardines effringo
    break down the door
  1894. confringo 3
    break in pieces, violate, bring to naught, destroy, d, ,
  1895. confrango 3
    break in pieces, violate, bring to naught, destroy, dissipate
  1896. carcerem refringo
    break into prison, burgle the jail
  1897. clausa effringo
    break open locks and bolts
  1898. carcerem effringo
    break open the prison
  1899. cervices alicui frango
    break someone's neck
  1900. cervices alicuius frango
    break someone's neck
  1901. claustra revello
    break the bolt, break the latch
  1902. claustra portarum revello
    break the gates, break the gates open
  1903. claustra discutio
    break the latch
  1904. claustra manu rumpo
    break the lock by hand
  1905. contra regulam committo
    break the rule, violate the rule, go against the rule
  1906. conrumpo 3
    break to pieces, destroy, ruin, waste, bring to naught, corrupt, mar, injure, spoil, adulterate, make worse, seduce, entice, mislead, bribe, buy over, falsify, spoil
  1907. corrumpo 3
    break to pieces, destroy, ruin, waste, bring to naught, corrupt, mar, injure, spoil, adulterate, make worse, seduce, entice, mislead, bribe, buy over, falsify, spoil, forfeit
  1908. cibus meridianus
    breakfast
  1909. continens, continentis n
    breakpoint, stopping point
  1910. compertusio, compertusionis f
    breakthrough
  1911. cervisiam coquo
    brew beer
  1912. cervisia, cervisiae f
    brew
  1913. crura, crurum n
    bridge piers, bridge supports
  1914. creditum transitorium
    bridging loan
  1915. cognitiuncula, cognitiunculae f
    brief investigation
  1916. circumcise
    briefly
  1917. concise
    briefly, concisely
  1918. congeste
    briefly, summarily
  1919. cohortium praefectus
    Brigadier General
  1920. clarisonae voces
    bright voices
  1921. clarificus, clarifica, clarificum
    brightening, illuminating, glorifying
  1922. claritus
    brightly, clearly, distinctly, plainly, aloud, distinctly, intelligibly, illustriously, honorably
  1923. candidans, candidantis
    brilliantly white
  1924. causam ad iudicem defero
    bring an action before the court
  1925. calamitatem infero alicui
    bring defeat upon someone, bring misfortune upon someone
  1926. cereo 1
    bring forth, produce, make, create, beget, create for any office, choose, elect, create, call into being, endow with existence, produce, prepare, cause, occasion
  1927. creo 1
    bring forth, produce, make, create, beget, create for any office, choose, elect, create, call into being, endow with existence, produce, prepare, cause, occasion
  1928. coangusto 1
    bring into a narrow compass, confine, compress, contract, enclose, hem in, invest, besiege, limit, restrict, afflict
  1929. consopio 4
    bring into an unconscious state, put fast asleep, lull to sleep, stupefy
  1930. contamino 1
    bring into contact, touch, bring into union, mingle, blend together, unite, deteriorate by mingling, corrupt, contaminate, defile, stain, pollute, mar, efface
  1931. committo 3
    bring into one whole, join, combine into one whole, join together, put together, connect, unite, bring men or animals together in a contest or fight, set together, set on
  1932. compono 3
    bring into union, gather, collect, put together, bring into contact, fit together, pack up for a journey
  1933. certa reporto
    bring safe message
  1934. contemptionem affero
    bring someone contempt, make someone despicable
  1935. contemptum affero
    bring someone contempt, make someone despicable
  1936. circumago et flecto aliquem
    bring someone to a different mindset
  1937. convivio aliquem adhibeo
    bring someone to the banquet
  1938. commemoro 1
    bring something to one’s recollection by speaking of it, remind of, make mention of something, recount, relate
  1939. caso 1
    bring to naught, destroy, annul, make null or void
  1940. casso 1
    bring to naught, destroy, annul, make null, make void
  1941. contutor 1
    bring to safety, keep hidden
  1942. corripio 5
    bring to trial, accuse, inform against
  1943. corrogo 1
    bring together by entreaty, bring together, collect
  1944. committo 3
    bring together for comparison, compare, put together, match, arrange a battle or contest, enter upon, engage in, begin, join, commence, maintain a contest, fight a battle, hold games, celebrate games
  1945. confero
    bring together in a hostile manner, join together in a hostile manner, set together, bring together for comparison, compare, join in bringing forward, propose unitedly
  1946. concilio 1
    bring together several objects into one whole, unite, connect, unite in thought or feeling, make friendly, procure the favor of, make inclined to, gain, win over, represent something to one as agreeable or pleasant, recommend
  1947. contollo 3
    bring together
  1948. confero
    bring together, bear together, carry together, collect, gather, collect money, collect treasures, bring offerings, contribute, be useful, be profitable, to profit, serve, be of use to, bring into connection, unite, join, connect, consult together, confer
  1949. congesto 1
    bring together, carry together
  1950. como 3
    bring together, form, frame, construct, comb, arrange, braid, dress, adorn, deck, ornament
  1951. condo 3
    bring together, lay together, put together, join together into a whole, to form, fashion, produce, make by joining together, settle, make, construct, build, compose, write, celebrate, write of, treat of, describe, establish, found, be the author of
  1952. catagusa, catagusae f
    bringing back, statue of Praxiteles, representing Ceres as bringing back Proserpine to Pluto
  1953. corrogatio, corrogationis f
    bringing together
  1954. comportatio, comportationis f
    bringing together, carrying together
  1955. collatio, collationis f
    bringing together, collecting, hostile meeting, contribution, gratuity collected together for the emperor, union, combination, comparison, similitude, analogy, collation
  1956. Corporatio radiodiffusionis Britannica
    British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)
  1957. civitas aegra
    broken state
  1958. confragosus, confragosa, confragosum
    broken, rough, uneven, hard, difficult
  1959. collactaneus, collactanei m
    brother nourished at the same breast, foster-brother
  1960. collacteus, collactei m
    brother nourished at the same breast, foster-brother
  1961. collacticĭus, collacticĭi m
    brother nourished at the same breast, foster-brother
  1962. Cyrus, Cyri m (2)
    brother of Artaxerxes Mnemon, killed in the battle at Cunaxa
  1963. consanguineus, consanguinei m
    brother
  1964. confusus, confusa, confusum
    brought into disorder, confused, perplexed, disorderly
  1965. consummatus, consummata, consummatum
    brought to the highest degree, perfect, complete, consummate
  1966. cumulatus, cumulata, cumulatum
    brought to the pinnacle of perfection
  1967. collativus, collativa, collativum
    brought together, carried together, collected, combined
  1968. congesticius, congesticia, congesticium
    brought together, heaped up, piled up
  1969. congestus, congesta, congestum
    brought together, pressed together, thick
  1970. collaticius, collaticia, collaticium
    brought together, raised by contribution, mingled, effected by contributions
  1971. contunsum, contunsi n
    bruise, contusion
  1972. contusum, contusi n
    bruise, contusion
  1973. circumverro 3
    brush around, swipe around
  1974. circumvorro 3
    brush around, swipe around
  1975. collutio dentium
    brush teeth, teeth brushing
  1976. circumversus, circumversa, circumversum
    brushed around, swept around
  1977. calyx, calycis m
    bud, cup of a flower, calyx of a flower, shell of fruits, egg-shell, covering of shell-fish, the shell, covering of wax around fruit (to preserve it)
  1978. cimex electronicus
    bug
  1979. cimex, cimicis m
    bug
  1980. cimicatio, cimicationis f
    bugging, eavesdropping
  1981. classem aedifico
    build a fleet
  1982. classem efficio
    build a fleet
  1983. classem facio
    build a fleet
  1984. classem molior
    build a fleet
  1985. circumaedifico 1
    build around
  1986. cogitatione mihi magnifica depingo
    build castles in the air
  1987. campum Martium coaedifico
    build on the square of Mars
  1988. camera aliquid contego
    build over something with a vault
  1989. circumstruo 3
    build round about, surround with buildings
  1990. coaedifico 1
    build up together, build upon
  1991. capulum terrestre
    bulk cable
  1992. chamulcus automatarius
    bulldozer
  1993. certamen adversus taurum
    bullfight
  1994. cornutae, cornutarum f
    bullocks
  1995. cornuti, cornutorum m
    bullocks
  1996. calumnias alicui instruo
    bully someone, harass, victimize, persecute, hassle, mess around
  1997. calumnior 1
    bully, harass, victimize, persecute, hassle, mess around
  1998. cippi, cipporum m
    bulwark formed of sharpened stakes
  1999. caput offendo
    bump one's head, bang one's head against the wall
  2000. caesi acervi
    bunch of slain
  2001. cella loricata
    bunker
  2002. circumhumatus, circumhumata, circumhumatum
    buried around
  2003. calcem coquo
    burn lime
  2004. conflagro 1
    burn up, burn, be consumed
  2005. concremo 1
    burn up, consume
  2006. comburo 3
    burn up, consume, ruin, destroy
  2007. commuro 3
    burn up, consume, ruin, destroy
  2008. cauterizo 1
    burn with a hot iron, brand
  2009. cupiditate alicuius rei ardeo
    burn with desire for something
  2010. cupiditate alicuius rei flagro
    burn with desire for something
  2011. concremor 1
    burn
  2012. comburor 3
    burn, be consumed
  2013. cremo 1
    burn, consume by fire
  2014. cauterio 1
    burn, mark with a branding-iron, brand
  2015. combustum, combusti n
    burn, wound made by burning
  2016. cecaumenus, cecaumena, cecaumenum
    burned
  2017. coctilis, coctile
    burned
  2018. carbonarius, carbonarii m
    burner of charcoal, collier
  2019. cremator, crematoris m
    burner, consumer by fire
  2020. combustura, combusturae f
    burnin
  2021. candida tabaci fistula
    burning cigarette
  2022. causticum, caustici n
    burning medicament, corroding medicament
  2023. concrematio, concremationis f
    burning up, conflagration
  2024. causticus, caustica, causticum
    burning, caustic, corrosive
  2025. conflagratio, conflagrationis f
    burning, conflagration
  2026. combustio, combustionis f
    burning, consuming
  2027. circumustus, circumusta, circumustum
    burnt around
  2028. cui dolet, meminit
    burnt child shies away from fire, burned child dreads fire
  2029. collacrimor 1
    burst into tears
  2030. cachinnum edo
    burst out laughing
  2031. cachinnum tollo
    burst out laughing, burst into peals of laughter
  2032. corpus humo mando
    bury a corpse, commit a corpse to the earth
  2033. cinerem compono
    bury the ashes
  2034. corpus humī abdo
    bury the dead
  2035. consepelio 4
    bury with
  2036. confunero 1
    bury, inter, ruin, destroy
  2037. computatio acceptorum et datorum
    business balance
  2038. charta salutatrix
    business card
  2039. consiliator in rebus oeconomicis
    business consultant, economic advisor
  2040. candidarius, candidaria, candidarium
    busy with white, engaged with white
  2041. celebritas loci
    busyness of a place
  2042. corporĭcida, corporĭcidae m
    butcher
  2043. clunes, clunium f
    buttock, haunch
  2044. clunis, clunis f
    buttock, haunch
  2045. care emo
    buy expensively
  2046. caeca die emo
    buy on credit
  2047. captivos redempto
    buy out prisoners of war
  2048. coemptio, coemptionis f
    buy-up, hoarding purchase, buy together
  2049. casu (magno)
    by (pure) chance
  2050. caudā verberando
    by a blow with the tail
  2051. congregative
    by assembly, by association, assembly-wise, unification-wise
  2052. casu
    by chance, casually, by accident, accidentally
  2053. centuriatim
    by companies, by centuries, in masses, in crowds, by hundreds
  2054. capite velato
    by covering the head, in disguise, with head covered, hooded
  2055. curiatim
    by curia
  2056. caesim
    by cutting, with cuts, with the edge, in short clauses
  2057. circumscriptorie
    by fraud, by deceit
  2058. capitulatim
    by heads, summarily
  2059. coacervatim
    by heaps, in heaps
  2060. cognitionaliter
    by judicial investigation
  2061. compacto (compecto)
    by mutual agreement
  2062. carptim
    by pieces, by detached parts, in parts, separately, at different places, at different points, on different sides, at different times, at one time and another, now and then, at intervals
  2063. collatis nummis
    by raising sums of money
  2064. classe
    by ship, by sea
  2065. classi
    by ship, by sea
  2066. confirmor 1
    by something strengthen
  2067. cedenter
    by yielding
  2068. circumstantes, circumstantiium m
    by-standers
  2069. cata + Akk.
    by
  2070. circummissi, circummissorum m
    bypass corps, corps of circumvention
  2071. cuma, cumae f
    cabbage sprout
  2072. cuma, cumatis n
    cabbage sprout
  2073. contractum ministrorum consilium
    cabinet
  2074. capulum, capuli n
    cable
  2075. cacabo 1
    cackle
  2076. crispio 4
    cackle, cluck (from the hen)
  2077. cacillo 1
    cackle, cluck
  2078. cacophaton, cacophati n
    cacophony
  2079. cadurcum, cadurci n
    Cadurcian coverlet, a coverlet of Cadurcian linen, bed ornamented with a Cadurcian coverlet, marriage-bed
  2080. Caesar tridui viam processit
    Caesar advanced three days' march in front of
  2081. Caesar cohortatus suos proelium commisit
    Caesar fired up his men and opened the fight
  2082. Caesar tertium iam diem a castris aberat
    Caesar had already been away from the camp for two days
  2083. Caesar quintis castris Gergoviam pervenit
    Caesar marched to Gergovia in five days' marches
  2084. Caesar Haeduis frumentum imperat
    Caesar orders the Haeduans to deliver grain
  2085. Caesar iuxta murum castra posuit
    Caesar set up camp near the wall
  2086. Caesar Helvetios frumentum flagitabat
    Caesar urgently demands grain from the Helvetians
  2087. claustris retentae ferae
    caged animals
  2088. Cairus, Cairi f
    Cairo
  2089. callida malitia
    calculating malice
  2090. calculatura, calculaturae f
    calculation
  2091. calcatrum palmare
    calculator
  2092. computista, computistae m
    calculator
  2093. calculatio, calculationis f [2]
    calculus, gravel, stone (a disease)
  2094. cortinale, cortinalis n
    caldron-room, the place where new wine was boiled down in the cortina
  2095. chalipha, chaliphae m (chaliphas, chaliphae m)
    caliph
  2096. califa, califae m (califas, califae m)
    Caliph, Kalif
  2097. chaliphatus, chaliphatus m
    caliphate
  2098. conventum ēdīcō
    call a meeting, convene a meeting
  2099. concilium populi convoco
    call a people's assembly
  2100. contionem advoco
    call a people's assembly, convene a people's assembly
  2101. Ciceronem patrem patriae dicere (vocare, nominare, appellare)
    call Cicero father of the fatherland
  2102. cesso ab opere
    call it a day, finish work
  2103. copias recentes auxilio arcessere
    call rested troops to help
  2104. cives ad conventionem voco
    call the citizens to the people's assembly
  2105. comitio 1
    call the people to the assembly
  2106. convoco 1
    call together, convoke, assemble, call
  2107. calo 1
    call, call out, proclaim, call together, summon, convoke
  2108. conclamito 1
    call, cry out loudly
  2109. clamo 1
    call, cry out, shout aloud, complain with a loud voice, call aloud, cry aloud, proclaim, declare, invoke, call upon
  2110. commemoratio, commemorationis f
    calling to to mind, reminding, suggesting, commemorating, remembrance, mentioning
  2111. calatio, calationis f
    calling, summoning
  2112. cornu cutaneum
    callus
  2113. clementia, clementiae f
    calm, tranquil state of the elements, calmness, mildness, tranquillity, indulgent conduct, forbearing conduct, moderation, mildness, humanity, forbearance, benignity, clemency, mercy, kindness, sympathy
  2114. calvariae locus
    Calvary, the place where Jesus Christ was crucified
  2115. camelus, cameli c
    camel (with either one or two humps)
  2116. camelasia, camelasiae f
    camel-driving, care of the camels belonging to the State
  2117. camelelasia, camelelasiae f
    camel-driving, care of the camels belonging to the State
  2118. camelipes, camelipedis
    camel-footed
  2119. camelarius, camelarii m
    cameldriver
  2120. camelopardalis, camelopardalis f
    camelopard, giraffe
  2121. camelopardalus, camelopardali m
    camelopard, giraffe
  2122. camelopardus, camelopardi m
    camelopard, giraffe
  2123. cameli, quos dromadas appellant (vocitant)
    camels called dromedaries
  2124. camomilla, camomillae f
    camomile
  2125. consiliorum tegumentum
    camouflage
  2126. castra temerata
    camp desecrated by riot
  2127. castrametator, castrametatoris m
    camp master, quartermaster, engineer who sets up the camp
  2128. castra saxis praeruptis suspendo
    camp on high rocks, set up camp on high rocks
  2129. comitium creandis magistratibus
    campaign event
  2130. campus tentorius
    camping site, campsite
  2131. campus tentorius
    campsite
  2132. convenire possum
    can meet, can get together
  2133. calamitates belli diutius ferre non possum
    can no longer bear the misfortune of war
  2134. contineri non possum, quin ...
    can not abstain from, can not refrain from
  2135. certum promittere nequeo
    can not promise it for sure
  2136. cadit in quemquam tantum scelus?
    can someone commit such an outrage?, can someone commit such a crime?
  2137. Canada, Canadae f
    Canada
  2138. Canadia, Canadiae f
    Canada
  2139. Canadensis, Canadense
    Canadian
  2140. Canadensis, Canadensis m
    Canadian
  2141. corrugus, corrugi m
    canal, water-conduit
  2142. cultura cancellandi
    cancel culture
  2143. cancroma, cancromatis n
    cancer
  2144. canceroma, canceromatis n
    cancer, cancer damage
  2145. cancer, canceris m
    cancer, cancerous ulcer, carcinoma
  2146. cancer, canceris n
    cancer, cancerous ulcer, carcinoma
  2147. carcinodes, carcinodis n
    cancerous disease
  2148. carcinoma, carcinomatis n
    cancerous ulcer
  2149. canceratio, cancerationis f
    cancerous ulceration
  2150. canceratus, cancerata, canceratum
    cancerous
  2151. carcinosus, carcinosa, carcinosum
    cancerous
  2152. candidatus, candidati m
    candidate for office, he who strives after a thing, he who aims at a thing, candidate or a claimant of something
  2153. candidatus tribunicius
    candidate for the office of Tribune of the People
  2154. candidatus quaesturae
    candidate for the Praetorship
  2155. candidule
    candidly, sincerely
  2156. cereofalum, cereofali n
    candle
  2157. candelaber, candelabri m
    candleslick, branched candlestick, chandelier, candelabrum, lamp-stand, light-stand
  2158. candelabrum, candelabri n
    candleslick, branched candlestick, chandelier, candelabrum, lamp-stand, light-stand
  2159. candelabrus, candelabri m
    candleslick, branched candlestick, chandelier, candelabrum, lamp-stand, light-stand
  2160. candelae filum
    candlewick
  2161. cursum non teneo et longius deferor
    cannot hold the course and are driven quite far away
  2162. caudica, caudicae f
    canoe
  2163. canonizatio, canonizationis f
    canonisation, canonization
  2164. Cantabri, Cantabrorum m
    Cantabrians
  2165. cappa Fessana
    cap from the city of Fez
  2166. cappa, cappae f
    cap
  2167. cachinnabilis, cachinnabile
    capable of laughing, laughing, pertaining to immoderate laughter
  2168. cappari n (indecl.)
    caper-bush, fruit of the caper-bush, caper
  2169. capparis, capparis f
    caper-bush, fruit of the caper-bush, caper
  2170. custodia vivorum
    capital control
  2171. capitale, capitalis n
    capital crime, felony
  2172. capital, capitalis n
    capital crime, felony, crime worthy of death
  2173. capitum mercatus
    capital market
  2174. custodia vivorum in usu versantium
    Capital Movement Control, Capital Control
  2175. causa capitis
    capital trial, criminal trial
  2176. capitularium, capitularii n
    capitation tax
  2177. Capitolium, Capitolii n
    Capitol, the temple of Jupiter, any heathen temple
  2178. capo, caponis m
    capon
  2179. capus, capi m
    capon
  2180. Cappadocia Ciliciam attingit
    Cappadocia borders Cilicia
  2181. capricornus, capricorni m
    capricorn (having a goat’s horns), sign of the zodiac which the sun enters at the winter solstice
  2182. centurio classiarius
    captain of a ship
  2183. captiose
    captiously, insidiously
  2184. captivitas urbium
    capture of the cities
  2185. cisiarium, cisiarii n
    car shed for cabriolets, garage
  2186. currus automatarius
    car, motor vehicle, automobile
  2187. carum, cari n
    caraway
  2188. carbonii dioxidum
    carbon dioxide
  2189. carbonicus, carbonica, carbonicum
    carbonic, carbonated
  2190. carmino 1
    card
  2191. caro 3
    card
  2192. carminator, carminatoris m
    carder
  2193. carminatio, carminationis f
    carding
  2194. curae aliquid habeo
    care about something, take care of something
  2195. cultus humanus
    care by humans
  2196. cultus, cultus m
    care directed to the refinement of life, arrangements for living, style of life, manner of life, elegance, polish, civilization, refinement, luxury, voluptuousness, wantonness
  2197. caveo alicui
    care for someone
  2198. concuro 1
    care for suitably, attend to
  2199. civibus consulere
    care for the fellow citizens
  2200. civibus prospicere
    care for the fellow citizens
  2201. civibus providere
    care for the fellow citizens
  2202. coiro 1
    care for, take care of, have care of, be solicitous for, look to, attend to, trouble one’s self about
  2203. curo 1
    care for, take care of, have care of, be solicitous for, look to, attend to, trouble one’s self about, take the charge of, manage the business of, do a thing in behalf of the state, administer, govern, preside over, command, heal, cure
  2204. coro 1
    care for, take care of, have care of, to be solicitous for, look to, attend to, trouble one’s self about
  2205. coero 1
    care for, take or have care of, be solicitous for, look to, attend to, trouble one’s self about
  2206. cautio est, ne ...
    care must be taken not to
  2207. cura, curae f
    care, solicitude, carefulness, thought, concern, attention, management, administration, charge, management of state affairs, administration, charge, oversight, command, office
  2208. cursus effusus
    career
  2209. cursus ingens
    career
  2210. communis boni attentus
    careful about the common good
  2211. cautus, cauta, cautum
    careful, circumspect, wary, cautious, provident
  2212. concultus, conculta, concultum
    carefully maintained
  2213. curate
    carefully, diligently
  2214. conquisite
    carefully, with much pains
  2215. commulceo 2
    caress, coax much, soothe much, soothe, please, cajole
  2216. comica tabella
    caricature, cartoon
  2217. consuetio, consuetionis f
    carnal intercourse
  2218. carnaliter
    carnally
  2219. carnevalia, carnevalium n
    Carnival, Shrovetide, Shrove Tuesday
  2220. carpentarius, carpentarii m
    carriage-driver, coachman
  2221. carpenta serica
    carriages with silk curtains
  2222. cernophora, cernophorae f
    carrier of the sacrificial bowl, sacrificial bowl carrier
  2223. caro putida
    carrion
  2224. cadaver eiectum
    carrion, carcass
  2225. cadaver morticinum
    carrion, carcass
  2226. corpus putrefactum
    carrion, carcass, cadaver
  2227. cariotta, cariottae f
    carrot
  2228. carota, carotae f
    carrot
  2229. comprehensam quandam animo speciem habeo
    carry a specimen
  2230. cum telo sum
    carry a weapon
  2231. circumvecto 1
    carry around, ride around, sail around, go through, describe
  2232. corripio 5
    carry off, rob, plunder, take possession of, usurp
  2233. conserte contexteque ago
    carry out a concerted action
  2234. cogitata perficio
    carry out one's plans
  2235. censum facio (perficio)
    carry out the estimation, carry out the census
  2236. conveho 3
    carry together, bear together, bring together, gather, get in
  2237. cervicem repono
    carry up the neck, carry up the head
  2238. cum telo sum
    carry weapons
  2239. cliellarius, cliellaria, cliellarium
    carrying a pack saddle
  2240. circumvectio, circumvectionis f
    carrying around, circuit, revolution
  2241. capite ferre
    carrying on the head
  2242. cantherius crucians
    cart horse
  2243. cartilago, cartilaginis f
    cartilage, gristle, vegetable fibre
  2244. cartilaginea, cartilagineorum n
    cartilaginous fishes
  2245. cartilagineus, cartilaginea, cartilagineum
    cartilaginous, gristly
  2246. comicarum tabellarum pictor
    cartoonist, caricaturist
  2247. carrarius, carrarii m
    cartwright
  2248. capum discerpo
    carve the cock
  2249. carptor, carptoris m
    carver of food, spiteful critic
  2250. casus vocativus (vocandi)
    case vocative
  2251. Caspium pelagus
    Caspian Sea
  2252. consummo 1
    cast up, sum up, make up, amount to, bring about, accomplish, complete, finish, perfect, consummate, complete a time of service, make perfect, to complete, perfect, bring to the highest perfection, attain to the highest grade
  2253. circumicio 5
    cast around, throw around, place around
  2254. conflatilis, conflatile
    cast, molten
  2255. castellatim
    castle-wise, in troops
  2256. castellum, castelli n
    castle, fort, citadel, fortress, stronghold, bulwark, bastion, shelter, defence, refuge
  2257. castor, castoris m
    castor, beaver
  2258. casualis, casuale
    casual, fortuitous, depending upon chance, case-related, declined with cases
  2259. catinus, catina, catinum
    cat-grey
  2260. cattinus, cattina, cattinum
    cat-grey
  2261. catus, catī m
    cat
  2262. catacumba, catacumbae f
    catacomb
  2263. Catalaunicum parlamentum
    Catalan Parliament
  2264. catalepticus, cataleptica, catalepticum
    cataleptic
  2265. Catalaunia, Catalauniae f
    Catalonia
  2266. Catalonia, Cataloniae f
    Catalonia
  2267. Catalani, Catalanorum m
    Catalonians
  2268. coryza, coryzae f
    catarrh
  2269. captorium, captorii n
    catch net
  2270. conspicuus sum aliqua re
    catch the eye with something
  2271. calcem tero iam calce
    catch up with someone gradually, touch someone's heel with one's heel already
  2272. capulo 1 [2]
    catch
  2273. conchita, conchitae m
    catcher of shell-fish
  2274. captio, captionis f
    catching, seizing, apprehension, deceiving, deception, fraud, deceit, fallacious argument, sophism, injury, disadvantage
  2275. canonicorum collegium
    Cathedral Chapter
  2276. cathedralis, cathedrale
    catheter-related
  2277. Cato est mihi unus pro multis milibus
    Cato applies to me for many thousands
  2278. Cato vehementer est in Pompeium invectus
    Cato attacked Pompeius sharply, Cato came out fiercely against Pompeius
  2279. Cato minor (natu)
    Cato the Younger
  2280. Cato Uticensis ortus erat a Catone Censorio
    Cato Uticensis was the great-grandson of Cato Censorius
  2281. coniunctiones rationativae
    causal conjunctions
  2282. causativus, causativa, causativum
    causative, pertaining to a lawsuit
  2283. coaglo 1
    cause a fluid to curdle or coagulate
  2284. coagulo 1
    cause a fluid to curdle or coagulate
  2285. cōgulo 1
    cause a fluid to curdle or coagulate
  2286. causa belli
    cause for war
  2287. clamores et admirationes efficio
    cause loud admiration, excite loud admiration
  2288. coarticulo 1
    cause to articulate
  2289. conglacio 1
    cause to freeze up
  2290. congelo 1
    cause to freeze up, congeal, thicken, make hard, curdle
  2291. concrepo 1
    cause to sound, cause to rattle, strike upon
  2292. constagno 1
    cause to stand, congeal
  2293. constituo 3
    cause to stand, put down, lay down, set, put, place, fix, station, deposit somewhere, station troops somewhere, post troops somewhere, draw up, set in order, cause to halt
  2294. causae rerum et consecutiones
    causes and effects
  2295. calorificus, calorifica, calorificum
    causing warmth, warming, heating
  2296. cautela, cautelae f
    caution, precaution, surety, security
  2297. cautelitas, cautelitatis f
    caution, precaution, surety, security
  2298. cautim
    cautiously, warily
  2299. caute
    cautiously, with security
  2300. cauto
    cautiously, with security
  2301. colyx, colycos f
    cavern where natron is distilling
  2302. cavatio, cavationis f
    cavern, hollow
  2303. cavile, cavilis n
    cavity
  2304. cornīcor 1
    caw like a crow
  2305. coracino 1
    caw, croak
  2306. concesso 1
    cease, leave off, desist
  2307. cassito 1
    ceaselessly fall, drip down
  2308. cedrium, cedrii n
    cedar-oil
  2309. cedrelate, cedrelates f
    cedar, fir-tree, a large kind of cedar
  2310. caedrus, caedri f
    cedar, juniper-tree, cedar-oil
  2311. cedra, cedrae f
    cedar, juniper-tree, cedar-oil
  2312. cedrus, cedri f
    cedar, juniper-tree, cedar-oil
  2313. celebritas et nomen
    celebrated name
  2314. celebre nomen
    celebrated name, much mentioned name
  2315. caerimoniae denariae
    celebrations associated with ten-day fasts
  2316. caeli tegmen
    celestial vault
  2317. cavernae aetheriae
    celestial vault
  2318. cavernae caeli
    celestial vault
  2319. caelicus, caelica, caelicum
    celestial, magnificent
  2320. coelicus, coelica, coelicum
    celestial, magnificent
  2321. caelibatus, caelibatus m
    celibacy, single life
  2322. coelibatus, coelibatus m
    celibacy, single life
  2323. canavaria, canavariae f
    cellarer (of the monastery)
  2324. cellarites, cellaritae m
    cellarmaster, one who keeps provisions, steward, butler
  2325. cellarius, cellarii m
    cellarmaster, one who keeps provisions, steward, butler
  2326. cellerarius, cellerarii m
    cellarmaster, one who keeps provisions, steward, butler
  2327. cellio, cellionis m
    cellarmaster, one who keeps provisions, steward, butler
  2328. conferrumino 1
    cement, solder together
  2329. conferumino 1
    cement, solder together
  2330. civilia busta
    cemetery of the Civil War
  2331. cenotaphium, cenotaphii n
    cenotaph
  2332. censor, censoris m
    censor (a Roman magistrate), rigid judge of morals, censurer, critic
  2333. cesor, cesoris m
    censor (a Roman magistrate), rigid judge of morals, censurer, critic
  2334. censio capitis
    censorship of the lowest class
  2335. centaureum, centaurei n
    centaury
  2336. centauria, centauriae f
    centaury
  2337. centaurium, centaurii n
    centaury
  2338. centimetrum, centimetri n
    centimetre, the title of a metrical writing of Servius
  2339. centipeda, centipedae f
    centipede, worm, called also millepeda
  2340. centupeda, centupedae f
    centipede, worm, called also millepeda
  2341. Centralis Africae Republica (CAR)
    Central African Republic
  2342. Centralis Intellegentiae Agentura
    Central Intelligence Agency (CIA)
  2343. caput quaestionis
    centre of the investigation, core of the investigation
  2344. comitia centuriata
    Centuriate Committees (election of officials, war and peace, capital offences)
  2345. centuria praerogativa
    century designated by lot as voting first
  2346. Cerealia, Cerealium n
    cereals, festival of Ceres, celebrated on the 10th of April
  2347. Cereales, Cerealium m
    Ceres pendants, devotees of Ceres
  2348. certe pol
    certainly, by god!, indeed, by god!
  2349. certitas, certitatis g
    certainty, safety, clarity
  2350. certitudo, certitudinis f
    certainty, safety, clarity
  2351. catalysis, catalysis f
    cessation of hostilities, peace
  2352. catenarum colonus
    chain inhabitant, convict
  2353. catenarum sonitus
    chain rattling, chain clanking
  2354. catenarum sonus
    chain rattling, chain clanking
  2355. catenarum strepitus
    chain rattling, chain clanking
  2356. catenarum stridor
    chain rattling, chain clanking
  2357. circuli catenarum
    chain rings
  2358. cateno 1
    chain together, bind together, put in fetters
  2359. catenatim
    chain-like
  2360. catenae similis
    chainlike
  2361. cathedra, cathedrae f
    chair, stool, armchair, sedan chair, teacher’s chair, professor’s chair, office of teacher, office of a bishop
  2362. cretaceus, cretacea, cretaceum
    chalk-like, cretaceous
  2363. cretifodinae, cretifodinarum f
    chalk-pits, clay-pits
  2364. camera delegatorum
    Chamber of Deputies, House of Representatives
  2365. camera deputatorum
    Chamber of Deputies, House of Representatives
  2366. cubiclarius, cubiclarii m
    chamber-servant, valet-de-chambre
  2367. cubicularius, cubicularii m
    chamber-servant, valet-de-chambre
  2368. caprae ferae
    chamois
  2369. chamaemelon, chamaemeli n
    chamomile
  2370. chamomilla, chamomillae f
    chamomile
  2371. campio, campionis m
    champion
  2372. Confoederatio Campionum
    Champions League
  2373. campionatus, campionatus m
    championship
  2374. casus ubique valet
    chance rules everywhere
  2375. casu accidit, ut ...
    chance will (wanted) it that
  2376. cancellarius scaccarii Regni Britanniarum
    Chancellor of the Exchequer
  2377. cancellaria foederalis
    chancellor, federal chancellor
  2378. colorem commuto
    change color, lose color, blush
  2379. colorem muto
    change colour
  2380. cursum commuto
    change course, haul off
  2381. colorem muto
    change his face colour
  2382. consilium muto
    change one's mind
  2383. consilium muto
    change one's mind, change one's resolve, change one's plan, step back from one's plan
  2384. converto 3
    change the nature of a thing, change, alter, transform
  2385. commutor 1
    change, alter
  2386. caeli varietas
    changeable climate, variable climate
  2387. convertibilis, convertibile
    changeable
  2388. commutatio, commutationis f
    changing, change, alteration, exchange, conversation, conference, reciprocal opposition, reciprocal change
  2389. colliciae, colliciarum f
    channels, drains, or gutters for conducting water in the fields, upon the roofs of buildings
  2390. colliquiae, colliquiarum f
    channels, drains, or gutters for conducting water in the fields, upon the roofs of buildings
  2391. confusus atque inordinatus
    chaotic
  2392. characterismos, characterismi m
    characterization, the making prominent of the characteristic marks
  2393. characterismus, characterismi m
    characterization, the making prominent of the characteristic marks
  2394. caulator, caulatoris m
    charcoal-burner, scoffer, sophist
  2395. capitis accusare
    charge of life and death
  2396. certamen currile
    chariot-race
  2397. currus, currus m
    chariot, car, wain, triumphal car, riumph, war-chariot, ship, boat, horses drawing a chariot, a team, span, a pair of small wheels by which the beam of a plough was supported and guided
  2398. caritatis operibus deditus
    charitable
  2399. cervum ad retia premo
    chase the deer into the nets
  2400. concastigo 1
    chastise severely, punish
  2401. cave regi
    check (the king)!, take care of your king!
  2402. confuto 1
    check a boiling liquid, repress a boiling liquid, suppress, restrain, check, repress, diminish, impede, destroy, put to silence, put down by words, confute, refute, disprove, answer conclusively, convict
  2403. custodia viaria
    checkpoint, control point
  2404. consolo 1
    cheer, comfort, console
  2405. casearius, casearii m
    cheese trader, dairy specialist, cheese maker
  2406. caseum, casei n
    cheese
  2407. caseus, casei m
    cheese
  2408. contorte
    cheesy, shrill
  2409. contortus, contorta, contortum
    cheesy, shrill
  2410. corruptus, corrupta, corruptum
    cheesy, shrill
  2411. chemicus, chemica, chemicum
    chemical
  2412. conclave rerum chemicarum
    chemistry laboratory, chemistry lab
  2413. chemia, chemiae f
    chemistry
  2414. Czernichovia, Czernichoviae f
    Chernihiv
  2415. Czernigovia, Czernigoviae f
    Chernihiv
  2416. cerasium, cerasii n
    cherry fruit, cherry
  2417. cerasinus, cerasina, cerasinum
    cherry-colored
  2418. cerasum, cerasi n
    cherry
  2419. cerasus, cerasi f
    cherrytree, cherry
  2420. caerefolium, caerefolii n
    chervil
  2421. cerefolium, cerefolii n
    chervil
  2422. chaerephyllum, chaerephylli n
    chervil
  2423. chaerepolum, chaerepoli n
    chervil
  2424. campsarius, campsarii m
    chest maker
  2425. cumera, cumerae f
    chest, box, basket (to keep grain in)
  2426. cumerum, cumeri n
    chest, box, basket (to keep grain in)
  2427. castanetum, castaneti n
    chestnut-grove
  2428. castanea, castaneae f
    chestnut-tree, chestnut
  2429. castaneae nuces
    chestnuts
  2430. commanduco 1
    chew much, chew to pieces, masticate
  2431. commanducor 1
    chew much, chew to pieces, masticate
  2432. commando 3
    chew
  2433. commastico 1
    chew
  2434. commanducatio, commanducationis f
    chewing, mastication
  2435. chiasmus, chiasmi m
    chiasmus, crossed position
  2436. cichoreum, cichorei n
    chiccory, succory, endive
  2437. cichorion, cichorii n
    chiccory, succory, endive
  2438. cichorium, cichorii n
    chiccory, succory, endive
  2439. cicerarius, cicerarii m
    chickpea seller
  2440. cicer, ciceris n
    chickpea
  2441. capitaneus, capitanea, capitaneum
    chief in size, large, distinguished by size
  2442. caput imperatorum
    Chief of General Staff
  2443. cardinalis, cardinalis m
    chief presbyter, cardinal
  2444. comitivus, comitivi m
    chief
  2445. cardinaliter
    chiefly, principally, especially
  2446. consobrina, consobrinae f
    child of a mother’s sister, child of brother or sister, a relation, a cousin (in any degree)
  2447. consobrinus, consobrini m
    child of a mother’s sister, child of brother or sister, a relation, a cousin (in any degree)
  2448. consubrinus, consubrini m
    child of a mother’s sister, child of brother or sister, a relation, a cousin (in any degree)
  2449. cosobrinus, cosobrini m
    child of a mother’s sister, child of brother or sister, a relation, a cousin (in any degree)
  2450. confoederatio ab infantibus puerisque protegendis
    Child Protection Association
  2451. creati, creatorum m
    children
  2452. Chilia, Chiliae f
    Chile
  2453. Chilensis, Chilense
    chilean
  2454. Chilensis, Chilensis m
    chilean
  2455. Chiliensis, Chiliense
    chilean
  2456. chiliarches, chiliarchae m
    chiliarch (commander of 1000 men), colonel, prime minister (among the Persians)
  2457. canturio 4
    chirp
  2458. caelum, caeli n
    chisel or burin of the sculptor or engraver, graver
  2459. celum, celi n
    chisel or burin of the sculptor or engraver, graver
  2460. coelum, coeli n
    chisel or burin of the sculptor or engraver, graver
  2461. cilio, cilionis m
    chisel, graver
  2462. chlorum solutum
    chlorinated water
  2463. chlorovomus, chlorovoma, chlorovomum
    chlorine releasing
  2464. chloron, chlori n
    chlorine
  2465. chlorum, chlori n
    chlorine
  2466. collyphia, collyphiorum n
    choice bits of meat, loin-pieces
  2467. coloephia, coloephiorum n
    choice bits of meat, loin-pieces
  2468. colyphia, colyphiorum n
    choice bits of meat, loin-pieces
  2469. chondrile, chondriles f
    chondrilla, Spanish succory
  2470. chondrilla, chondrillae f
    chondrilla, Spanish succory
  2471. chondrille, chondrilles f
    chondrilla, Spanish succory
  2472. condrilla, condrillae f
    chondrilla, Spanish succory
  2473. condrille, condrilles f
    chondrilla, Spanish succory
  2474. condrion, condrii n
    chondrilla, Spanish succory
  2475. condicionem vitae sequor
    choose a profession
  2476. coapto 1
    choose to something, elect to something, admit into some body by election, receive into some body by election, elect to an office
  2477. coopto 1 (copto 1)
    choose to something, elect to something, admit or receive into some body by election, elect to an office
  2478. copto 1
    choose to something, elect to something, admit or receive into some body by election, elect to an office
  2479. capio 5
    choose, select, elect, pick out, adopt, accept, occupy, take possession of, enter into, take by force, capture, storm, reduce, conquer, reach, attain, arrive at, betake one’s self to, wrest, receive, obtain, acquire, get, enjoy, reap, assume, adopt, cultivate, cherish
  2480. caput alicui abscido
    chop off someone's head, cut off someone's head
  2481. caput alicui aufero
    chop off someone's head, cut off someone's head
  2482. copadium, copadii n
    chopped meat, minced meat
  2483. carmen chori
    choral song in tragedy
  2484. choriambicus, choriambica, choriambicum
    choriambic
  2485. choriambus, choriambi m
    choriambic
  2486. corus, cori m (2)
    chorus, choral dance
  2487. Christifer, Christifera, Christiferum
    Christ bearing
  2488. Christicolus, Christicola, Christicolum
    Christ worshiping
  2489. christianus democraticus
    christian democratic
  2490. Christianae legis studiosi
    Christian religious party
  2491. Christiane
    christian
  2492. Christianus, Christiana, Christianum
    christian
  2493. Christianismus, Christianismi m
    Christianity
  2494. Christianitas, Christianitatis f
    Christianity, Christian religion, Christian clergy
  2495. carmen natalicium
    Christmas Carol, Birthday Poem
  2496. chromaticus, chromatica, chromaticum
    chromatic
  2497. chronica, chronicorum n
    chronicle, history books in chronological order
  2498. chronographus, chronographi m
    chronographer, annalist
  2499. chronographia, chronographiae f
    chronography, chronographic historiography
  2500. chrysoberullus, chrysoberulli m
    chrysoberyl
  2501. chrysoberyllos, chrysoberylli m
    chrysoberyl
  2502. chrysoberyllus, chrysoberylli m
    chrysoberyl
  2503. chrysolithos, chrysolithi m
    chrysolite, the topaz of the Greeks and of modern mineralogists
  2504. chrysolithus, chrysolithi m
    chrysolite, the topaz of the Greeks and of modern mineralogists
  2505. cimiterium, cimiterii n
    churchyard, cemetery, burying-ground
  2506. coemeterium, coemeterii n
    churchyard, cemetery, burying-ground
  2507. cicada, cicadae f
    cicada, tree-cricket, a symbol of summer
  2508. Cicero non auctor fuit Caesaris interficiendi
    Cicero did not advise the assassination of Caesar
  2509. Cicero Attico salutem dicit plurimam (S.D.P.)
    Cicero greets Atticus warmly
  2510. Cicero dicit in Laelio (suo)
    Cicero says in his Laelius
  2511. Cicero dicit in eo libro, qui inscribitur Laelius
    Cicero says in his writing entitled Laelius
  2512. Cicero loco quodam haec dicit
    Cicero says the following at one point
  2513. Cicero inter oratores praestat
    Cicero stands out among the speakers
  2514. Ciceroni aqua et igni interdictum est
    Cicero was banished, Cicero was ostracized
  2515. Ciceronis de philosophia libri
    Cicero's philosophical writings, Cicero's philosophical books
  2516. cinctura, cincturae f
    cincture, girdle
  2517. cinematographeum, cinematographei n
    cinema
  2518. cinnamoma, cinnamomae f
    cinnamon
  2519. cinnamomum, cinnamomi n
    cinnamon, twig of cinnamon
  2520. cinnamon, cinnami n
    cinnamon, twig of cinnamon
  2521. cinnamum, cinnami n
    cinnamon, twig of cinnamon
  2522. cinnamus, cinnami m
    cinnamon, twig of cinnamon
  2523. circes, circitis m
    circle
  2524. circen, circinis n
    circle, circular course
  2525. cyclus, cycli m
    circle, recurring period, periodic change, recurrence, instrument for branding
  2526. circulatio, circulationis f
    circular course, revolution
  2527. circlus, circli m
    circular figure, circle, circular course, orbit, zone or belt of the earth’s surface, ring, necklace, hoop, chain, circle for social intercourse
  2528. circulus, circuli m
    circular figure, circle, circular course, orbit, zone or belt of the earth’s surface, ring, necklace, hoop, chain, circle for social intercourse
  2529. circus, circi m
    circular line, circle, circus, racetrack
  2530. circumincisio, circumincisionis f
    circular section
  2531. conchae in orbem circumactae
    circular twisted shells
  2532. circinatus, circinata, circinatum
    circular, circularized
  2533. circularis, circulare
    circular, round
  2534. circulatim
    circularly, in a circle, in circles, in groups, in companies
  2535. circumversio cursus annui
    circulation of one year
  2536. circumcido aliquem
    circumcise someone
  2537. circinatio, circinationis f
    circumference of a circle, circle
  2538. circumductus, circumductus m
    circumference of a figure, motion in a circle, revolution
  2539. circumscriptio terrae
    circumference of the earth
  2540. circumferentia, circumferentiae f
    circumference
  2541. circumlocutio, circumlocutionis f
    circumlocution, periphrasis
  2542. classi praefectus circumvehens Peloponnesum
    circumnavigating the Peloponnese as fleet commander
  2543. circus Flaminius
    circus Flaminius
  2544. circus Maximus
    circus maximus
  2545. citatio, citationis f
    citation, calling, proclaiming, command
  2546. comperendino 1
    cite a defendant to a new time of trial, appointed on the third following day or later
  2547. communiceps, communicipis m
    citizen from the same municipality
  2548. civis Romae inquilinus
    citizen immigrated in Rome
  2549. cruor civilis
    citizen murder
  2550. cosmicus, cosmici m
    citizen of the world, cosmopolite
  2551. civis universi
    citizen of the world, global citizen
  2552. civiliter [cīvīlius, cīvīlissime]
    citizen-like, civilly, as becomes a citizen, courteously, kindly
  2553. civis, civis c
    citizen
  2554. cives in forum convenerunt
    citizens gathered at the forum
  2555. cives variis causis excitati reclamitant
    citizens protest agitated for various reasons
  2556. cives sine suffragio
    citizens without voting rights
  2557. civitatula, civitatulae f
    citizenship in a small city, small city
  2558. citrus, citri f
    citrontree
  2559. centrum urbis
    city centre, downtown
  2560. consilium urbanum
    city council
  2561. civilis dies
    civil day
  2562. causa privata
    civil proceedings, civil case
  2563. centenarius, centenarii m
    civil servant with a hundred thousand sesterces salary, centenarian
  2564. cursus officialis
    civil service career
  2565. civilisatio, civilisationis f
    civilization
  2566. cultus elegantior
    civilization
  2567. cultus et humanitas
    civilization
  2568. civilisatorius, civilisatoria, civilisatorium
    civilizational
  2569. caelestia tempto
    claim the sky
  2570. contendo + aci
    claim, assert, allege
  2571. clamose
    clamorously
  2572. clango 3
    clang, sound, resound
  2573. cottabus, cottabi m
    clap, stroke, clapping blow
  2574. collido 3
    clash together, strike together, dash together, beat together, press together, bring into collision, bring into hostile contact, to set at variance
  2575. conlido 3
    clash together, strike together, dash together, beat together, press together, bring into collision, bring into hostile contact, to set at variance
  2576. circumplector 3
    clasp around, embrace, surround, encompass
  2577. catabolenses, catabolensium m
    class of carriers who transport burdens by means of draught animals, kind of muleteers
  2578. catabulenses, catabulensium m
    class of carriers who transport burdens by means of draught animals, kind of muleteers
  2579. cardaces, cardacum m
    class of Persian soldiers
  2580. Canacheni, Canachenorum m
    class of thieves
  2581. classis, classis f
    class, whole body of the citizens called to arms, army, fleet, division
  2582. conclave scholare
    classroom, schoolroom
  2583. commissoria, commissoriae f
    clause in the condition of a sale or of a contract (by which a vendor reserved to himself the privilege of rescinding the sale if the purchaser did not pay his purchase-money at the time agreed on)
  2584. claustrophobia, claustrophobiae f
    claustrophobia
  2585. chelae, chelarum f
    claws or arms of animals, the claw-shaped part of the ballista, trigger
  2586. chele, cheles f
    claws or arms of animals, the claw-shaped part of the ballista, trigger
  2587. cloacam purgo
    clean the drain
  2588. cloacas detergeo
    clean the drains
  2589. cloo 1
    clean
  2590. circumpurgo 1
    cleanse around, purify around
  2591. colatus, colata, colatum
    cleansed, purified
  2592. coelioticus, coeliotica, coelioticum
    cleansing the stomach, cleansing the bowels
  2593. conscientia virtutis
    clear conscience, good conscience
  2594. clarus, clara, clarum
    clear, bright, shining, brilliant, making clear, bringing fair weather, loud, distinct, manifest, plain, evident, intelligible, celebrated, renowned, illustrious, honorable, famous, glorious, notorious
  2595. claror, claroris m
    clearness, brightness
  2596. claredo, claredinis f
    clearness, brightness, renown, celebrity, splendor, fame, reputation
  2597. claritudo, claritudinis f
    clearness, brightness, renown, celebrity, splendor, fame, reputation
  2598. claritas, claritatis f
    clearness, brightness, splendor, clearness of sight, distinctness, perspicuity, celebrity, renown, reputation, high estimation
  2599. clarisonus, clarisona, clarisonum
    clearsounding, loud, distinct
  2600. confindo 3
    cleave asunder, divide
  2601. Catonem consulem creare
    clect Cato as consul
  2602. clericio, clericionis m
    clergyman, clergy, cleric, priest
  2603. clericus, clerici m
    clergyman, priest
  2604. clericatus, clericatus m
    clerical office
  2605. clericalis, clericale
    clerical, priestly
  2606. clientela, clientelae f
    clientship, patronage, protection, clients, dependents, alliance
  2607. commutatio caeli
    climate change
  2608. climatis peritus
    climate expert, climate specialist
  2609. climatis tutela
    climate protection
  2610. clima, climatis n
    clime, climate, region, part, land measure of 60 feet square
  2611. cohaereo 2
    cling together, be united, cohere, adhere, press together, crowd together, be near, be close, be united, belong together, be closely connected, be consistent, agree together, hold together, remain, exist, maintain itself
  2612. clinicum, clinici n
    clinic, hospital
  2613. caput derado
    clip one's head, shear one's head
  2614. cloacarius, cloacarii m
    cloaca cleaner, toilet cleaner
  2615. Clodius intercessorem parabit
    Clodius will raise an opponent
  2616. coenobita, coenobitae m
    cloister-brother, monk
  2617. coenobium, coenobii n
    cloister, convent
  2618. crebro
    close one after another, repeatedly, often, oftentimes, frequently, many times
  2619. capulo vicinus
    close to the coffin, on the brink of death, with one foot in the grave
  2620. clausula, clausulae f
    close, conclusion, end, fitting end, close of a period, conclusion of a legal formula, any clause of a law, any section of a law
  2621. coniveo 2 (conniveo 2)
    close, shut, close the eyes, shut the eyes, blink, half close the eyes, when heavy with sleep, be darkened, be obscured, be eclipsed, be dull, be drowsy, be languid, leave an error unnoticed, leave a crime uncensured, overlook, connive at, wink at
  2622. conniveo 2
    close, shut, close the eyes, shut the eyes, blink, half close the eyes, when heavy with sleep, be darkened, be obscured, be eclipsed, be dull, be drowsy, be languid, leave an error unnoticed, leave a crime uncensured, overlook, connive at, wink at
  2623. clausus, clausa, clausum
    closed
  2624. clusus, clusa, clusum
    closed
  2625. complex, complicis
    closely connected with one, confederate, participant
  2626. constricte
    closèly
  2627. contigue
    closely
  2628. crebre
    closely, compactly
  2629. citerior, citerius
    closer, nearer, earlier, lower, this side
  2630. comor 1
    clothe oneself with hair, take care of the hair growth
  2631. circumvestio 4
    clothe over, cover over
  2632. conciliciatus, conciliciata, conciliciatum
    clothed in a garment of hair
  2633. Canusinatus, Canusinata, Canusinatum
    clothed in Canusian wool
  2634. coccinatus, coccinata, coccinatum
    clothed in scarlet
  2635. castorinatus, castorinata, castorinatum
    clothed in the fur of the beaver
  2636. candidatus, candidata, candidatum
    clothed in white
  2637. cycladatus, cycladata, cycladatum
    clothed with a cyclas
  2638. comitiacus, comitiaca, comitiacum
    clothed with a military charge
  2639. circumiectus, circumiectus m
    clothed wrap, clothe, put around, embrace, environment
  2640. circumiectio, circumiectionis f
    clothing, clothes, throwing around
  2641. cinxerunt aethera nimbi
    clouds enveloped the aether
  2642. collectae ex alto nubes
    clouds rising from the sea, clouds gathering from the sea
  2643. caryophyllus aromaticus
    clove
  2644. caryophyllon, caryophylli n
    clove, nut leaf
  2645. claviger, clavigeri m
    club-bearer
  2646. claviger, clavigera, clavigerum
    clubbearing
  2647. corymbus, corymbi m
    cluster of fruit, a cluster of flowers of different plants, cluster of ivyberries, carved clusters for the ornamenting of ships, nipple, elevation of earth
  2648. clister, clisteris m
    clyster, injection, clyster-pipe, clyster-syringe
  2649. clysmus, clysmi m
    clyster, injection, clyster-pipe, clyster-syringe
  2650. clyster, clysteris m
    clyster, injection, clyster-pipe, clyster-syringe
  2651. clysterium, clysterii n
    clyster, injection, clyster-pipe, clyster-syringe
  2652. coapostolus, coapostoli m
    co-apostle, co-envoy, co-emissary
  2653. coepiscopus, coepiscopi m
    co-bishop, associate bishop
  2654. conscius coniurationis
    co-conspirator
  2655. condiaconus, condiaconi m
    co-deacon, fellow deacon
  2656. condelectatio, condelectationis f
    co-delight
  2657. connotatio, connotationis f
    co-denotation, co-meaning, connotation
  2658. coapostata, coapostatae m
    co-deviant, co-apostate
  2659. compater, compatris m
    co-father
  2660. commater, commatris f
    co-mother, second mother
  2661. connotativus, connotativa, connotativum
    co-signifying, connotative
  2662. conscia, consciae f
    co-witness, witness, participant
  2663. coenautocinetum, coenautocineti n
    coach, bus
  2664. carrucarius, carrucarii m
    coachman
  2665. conducor 3
    coagulate, merge
  2666. carboneus, carbonea, carboneum
    coal black, charcoal black
  2667. carbonifodina, carbonifodinae f
    coal mine
  2668. carbonis fodina
    coal mine
  2669. cella carbonaria
    coal store, coal cellar
  2670. carbo, carbonis m
    coal, charcoal, something of little value, bad tumor
  2671. coalitionarius, coalitionarii m
    coalitionaire, coalitionist
  2672. custodia litorea
    coast guard
  2673. cataphracta, cataphractae m
    coat of mail furnished with iron scales
  2674. cataphractes, cataphractae m
    coat of mail furnished with iron scales
  2675. cultellus crepidarius
    cobbler's pinch
  2676. coco
    cocococo, cock-a-doodle-doo
  2677. cocos, cocois f
    coconut palm, coco palm
  2678. cocus, coci m (2)
    coconut
  2679. corpus iuris
    Code of Laws
  2680. codex iuris
    code, code of laws
  2681. coaeternus, coaeterna, coaeternum
    coeternal
  2682. comperpetuus, comperpetua, comperpetuum
    coeternal
  2683. cofea, cofeae f
    coffee
  2684. conscientia, conscientiae f
    cognizance, cognisance
  2685. Caesar, Caesaris m
    cognomen in the gens Julia
  2686. Clusius, Clusii m
    cognomen of Janus, whose temple was closed in peace
  2687. coheres, coheredis m
    coheir, fellow-heir
  2688. cohaerentia, cohaerentiae f
    cohering, coherence, connection
  2689. cohortes quadringenariae
    cohorts of four hundred men each
  2690. cohortes colonicae
    cohorts raised from colonies
  2691. conspiro 1 (2)
    coil up
  2692. cusio monetalis
    coinage
  2693. coincidentia, coincidentiae f
    coincidence
  2694. cohereditas, cohereditatis f
    coinheritance
  2695. concubitio, concubitionis f
    coition
  2696. Colchus, Colcha, Colchum
    colchian, georgian
  2697. Colchis, Colchidis f
    Colchis, Georgia
  2698. coincido 3
    collapse
  2699. consulatu comparati
    colleagues in the consulate
  2700. congrego 1
    collect into a flock, collect into a herd, assemble, collect in swarms, collect a multitude together, assemble a multitude together, unite, join, associate, collect, accumulate
  2701. colligo 3
    collect, get, gain, acquire, produce, amount to, come to, extend, gather up in memory, put together in the mind, think upon, weigh, consider, put together mentally, conclude, deduce, infer from what precedes
  2702. collecticius, collecticia, collecticium
    collected, gathered together, gathered hastily without selection
  2703. collectitius, collectitia, collectitium
    collected, gathered together, gathered hastily without selection
  2704. collectivus, collectiva, collectivum
    collected, gathered together, pertaining to a syllogism, syllogistic, ratiocinatire
  2705. conceptus, conceptus m
    collecting, gathering, collection, conflux, taking, catching, conceiving, pregnancy, budding, sprouting, the fœtus, conceiving in the mind, thought, purpose
  2706. concilium, concilii n
    collection of people, association, gathering, union, meeting, assembly, assembly for consultation, council, a close conjunction, union, connection, bond of union, tie, sexual union, coition, blossom of the plant
  2707. constellatio, constellationis f
    collection of stars supposed to exert an influence upon human affairs, a constellation
  2708. catalepton, catalepti n
    collection of Virgil's juvenile poems
  2709. coactura, coacturae f
    collection
  2710. collectus, collectus m
    collection
  2711. collectanea, collectaneorum n
    collections, title of the collected works of Jul, Solinus
  2712. cephalaeota, cephalaeotae m
    collector of a capitation tax
  2713. conchylegulus, conchyleguli m
    collector of shell-fish
  2714. conchylilegulus, conchylileguli m
    collector of shell-fish
  2715. conchyliolegulus, conchylioleguli m
    collector of shell-fish
  2716. centumviri, centumvirorum m
    college of judges chosen annually for civil suits, especially those relating to inheritances
  2717. collegium tribunorum plebis
    college of people's tribunes
  2718. collegium praetorum
    college of praetors
  2719. clerimonia, clerimoniae f
    college of the clergy, college of priests, college of monks, college of religious orders
  2720. collegialis, collegiale
    collegial
  2721. collegiarius, collegiaria, collegiarium
    collegial
  2722. colliduntur inter se
    collide with each other
  2723. colocynthis, colocynthidis f
    colocynth, coloquintida
  2724. coloquinthis, coloquinthidis f, colocynthidis f
    colocynth, coloquintida
  2725. Colonia Agrippinensis
    Cologne
  2726. Colonia Claudia Augusta Agrippinensis
    Cologne
  2727. clandestina consociatio bellatoria Columbiana
    Colombian Guerrilla Army (FARC), Colombian Underground Army (FARC)
  2728. copiae revolutionariae Columbia
    Colombian revolutionary forces, Farc
  2729. colon, coli n
    colon or great gut, disease of the colon, colic, member of a verse, member of a poem
  2730. colum, coli n (2)
    colon or great gut, disease of the colon, colic, member of a verse, member of a poem
  2731. colus, coli m
    colon or great gut, disease of the colon, colic, member of a verse, member of a poem
  2732. coloniarius, coloniarii m
    colonist, settler
  2733. colori loci adaequatio
    color matching, camouflage, color customization
  2734. color, coloris m
    color, hue, tint, coloring stuff, dyestuff, complexion, external form, state, condition, position, outward show, appearance, character, fashion, cast, coloring, style, splendor, lustre, brilliancy, pretext, palliation, excuse
  2735. colos, coloris m
    color, hue, tint, coloring stuff, dyestuff, complexion, external form, state, condition, position, outward show, appearance, character, fashion, cast, coloring, style, splendor, lustre, brilliancy, pretext, palliation, excuse
  2736. cerussatus, cerussata, cerussatum
    colored with white-lead, painted with white-lead
  2737. coloratus, colorata, coloratum
    colored, having color, colored red, red, imbrowned, having a healthy color, specious
  2738. coloreus, colorea, coloreum
    colored, variegated
  2739. colorius, coloria, colorium
    colored, variegated
  2740. caelum varium
    colorful starry sky, multicolored starry sky
  2741. colossus, colossa, colossum
    colossal, gigantic
  2742. colosseus, colossea, colosseum (colossaeus, colossiaeus)
    colossal, huge, gigantic
  2743. colossiaeus, colossiaea, colossiaeum
    colossal, huge, gigantic
  2744. colossicos, colossicon
    colossal, huge, gigantic
  2745. colossicus, colossica, colossicum
    colossal, huge, gigantic
  2746. caput columnae
    column capital
  2747. columna rostrata
    column of honour decorated with ship's beaks
  2748. columnifer, columnifera, columniferum
    column-bearing
  2749. columniacus, columniaca, columniacum
    columnar
  2750. columnae variae
    columns of colorful marble
  2751. crines buxo depecto
    comb down the hair with a boxwood comb
  2752. capillum pectine expedio
    comb out the hair
  2753. crines como
    comb the hair
  2754. crines pectore deduco
    comb the hair
  2755. capilli compti
    combed hair
  2756. complexio, complexionis f
    combination, connection, physical constitution, physical habit, association, comprehension, comprisal, period, rhetorical figure, according to which one constantly recurs to what has been previously said, conclusion in a syllogism
  2757. cremabilis, cremable
    combustible
  2758. combustibilis, combustibile
    combustible, burnable
  2759. cena comesa venio
    come after dinner, come too late
  2760. circumvenio 4
    come around something, be around (a thing), encircle, encompass, surround, flowing around, grasp, surround in a hostile manner, encompass, beset, invest, oppress, distress, afflict, overthrow, circumvent, deceive, cheat, defraud one, violate by evading
  2761. cresco 3
    come forth, grow, arise, spring, be born, become visible, appear, rise in height, rise, grow, grow up, thrive, increase
  2762. coorior 4
    come forth, stand up, arise, appear, rise, break forth, break out, begin, happen, stand up
  2763. collidor 3
    come in contact, become hostile, be at variance, contend
  2764. commentandi causa aliquo venio
    come somewhere to study
  2765. cum reo transigo
    come to an agreement with the accused, agree with the defendant
  2766. consilia inire coepi
    come to an agreement
  2767. cogitatione aliquid intellego
    come to an understanding through reflection, my reflection leads to an understanding of something
  2768. cisio ad urbem advehor
    come to the city in a paddy wagon
  2769. cursum vitae conficio
    come to the end of one's life, finish the course of one's life, end one's life, die, it is coming to an end with me
  2770. coaccedo 3
    come to, be added besides
  2771. cedo in aliquem
    come to, fall to one (as a possession), fall to his lot or share, accrue
  2772. convenio 4
    come together, meet together, assemble, meet one judicially, sue, bring an action against, summon before a tribunal, unite, join, combine, couple, agree with in wishes, agree with in decisions, accord, harmonize, fit with, it in, fit to something, suit, be adapted to
  2773. covenio 4
    come together, meet together, assemble, meet one judicially, sue, bring an action against, summon before a tribunal, unite, join, combine, couple, agree with in wishes, agree with in decisions, accord, harmonize, fit with, it in, fit to something, suit, be adapted to
  2774. concurso 1
    come violently together, rush together, clash, go to and fro, run about, rush hither and thither, travel about, skirmish, rove somewhere, ramble somewhere, visit a place, frequent
  2775. comoedus, comoedi m
    comedian, comic actor
  2776. comoedia in cothurnos non adsurgit
    comedy does not rise to the momentum of tragedy
  2777. comoediographus, comoediographi m
    comedy poet, comedy writer
  2778. comoedia, comoediae f
    comedy, fun play
  2779. cometa, cometae m
    comet
  2780. cometes, cometae m
    comet
  2781. consolor aliquem de aliqua re
    comfort someone about something
  2782. consolor dolorem alicuius
    comfort someone in his pain
  2783. consolor aliquem in miseriis
    comfort someone in misfortune
  2784. calcei habiles et apti ad pedem
    comfortable and suitable shoes
  2785. cubiculare stragulum
    comforter, bedspread, bed cover, blanket
  2786. culcita plumea
    comforter, feather bed
  2787. consolativus, consolativa, consolativum
    comforting, consolatory
  2788. carnificius, carnificia, carnificium
    coming from the hangman
  2789. carnuficius, carnuficia, carnuficium
    coming from the hangman
  2790. commeo ad aliquem
    coming in and out of someone's house
  2791. congressio, congressionis f
    coming together, friendly meeting, interview, conference, carnal union, copulation, hostile meeting, attack, contest
  2792. coetus, coetus m
    coming together, meeting together, assembling, assemblage, crowd, company, uniting, joining together, combination, sexual intercourse, coition, , ingrafting
  2793. convena, convenae c
    coming together, meeting
  2794. celeuma, celeumatis n
    command or call given by the chief oarsman, which gave the time to the rowers
  2795. celeusma, celeusmatis n
    command or call given by the chief oarsman, which gave the time to the rowers
  2796. classem administro
    command the fleet
  2797. centenarius, centenarii m
    commander of a century, captain, centurion
  2798. centurio, centurionis m
    commander of a century, captain, centurion
  2799. centurionus, centurioni m
    commander of a century, captain, centurion
  2800. celeustes, celeustae m
    commander of the rowers, clock generator during rowing
  2801. celebrabilis, celebrabile
    commendable
  2802. commercium, commercii n
    commercial intercourse, trade, traffic, commerce, right to trade as merchants, mercantile right, article of traffic, merchandise, ware, place of trade, market-place
  2803. commiseresco 3
    commiserate, have sympathy with
  2804. commiseror 1
    commiserate, pity, bewail, making it known by complaints, excite compassion
  2805. collegium exploratorium
    commission of inquiry, investigation commission
  2806. collegium moderatorum
    commission, steering committee
  2807. commissarius ab oeconomia et monetis
    commissioner for economic and monetary affairs, economic and monetary affairs commissioner
  2808. commissarius oeconomiae et monetis consulens
    commissioner for economic and monetary affairs, economic and monetary affairs commissioner
  2809. commissarius a commercio
    commissioner for trade, trade commissioner
  2810. commissarius commercio consulens
    commissioner for trade, trade commissioner
  2811. commissarius, commissarii m
    commissioner, inspector
  2812. contra regulam facio
    commit a foul, commit a violation of the rules, play foul, violate the rule
  2813. caedem committo
    commit a murder
  2814. caedem efficio
    commit a murder, commit a homicide, murder
  2815. caedem et occisionem facio
    commit murder and manslaughter
  2816. caedem committo
    commit murder
  2817. caedem facio
    commit murder
  2818. credo 3
    commit something to one, consign something to one for preservation, protection
  2819. commendo 1
    commit to one for preservation, commit to one for protection, intrust to one’s charge, commit to one’s care, commend to, deposit with, commend, recommend, procure favor for, make agreeable, set off with advantage