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nauta
sailor
navigo
sail
navis
ship
-ne
(enclitic: questions)
nebula
cloud
nec . . . nec
neither . . . nor
neco
kill
nefandus
wicked, evil
nefarius
wicked, evil
nefas
wicked deed
neglectus
neglected
nego
deny
negotium
business, affair
nemo
no one
nempe
truly, certainly, to be sure
Neptunus
Neptune
neque
and not
nescio
not know, be ignorant of
neve
and . . . not
nex
death
nidus
nest
niger
black
nihil
nothing
nisi
unless, if . . . not
nobis
us (dat., abl.)
noceo
harm
nolo
not wish, not want
nomen
name
nomino
call, name
non
not
non aliter
not otherwise; i.e. just as
non iam
no longer
non procul
not distant, near by
non solum . . . sed etiam
not only . . . but also
non tardius
not more slowly
nondum
not yet
nonne
introduces question implying "yes"
nonnullus
some
nos
us (nom., acc.)
nosco
come to know, get to know
noster
our
notus
familiar, well-known
novem
nine
novus
strange, new
nox
night
nubes
cloud
nubo
marry, be wed
nudus
naked
nullus
no, none
num
introduces question implying "no"
nunc
now
nuntio
announce, report
nupta
bride
nuptiae
wedding
nympha
nymph
ob
on account of, against
ob hoc
for this purpose
obicio
cast before (+ dat.)
oblique
to the side
obliviscor
forget, be forgetful of (+ gen.)
obscurus
dark
obsto
block, oppose
obtineo
obtain, get
obtusus
dull, blunt
obvius
to meet, in the way, against
occasus
setting; west; downfall; ruin
occido
die, perish, fall down
occupo
seize
occurro
run, run against
octo
eight
oculus
eye
odi, odisse
hate
odor
smell, odor
offero
offer, present
officium
ceremonial action, duties
olim
once
oliva
olive
omen
omen, portent
omnis
each, every; all
onus
burden
onustus
laden
oportet
it is necessary
oppidum
town
opprobrium
scandal, disgrace
ops
power, aid, abundance
optime
very good, excellent
optimus
very good, excellent
opto
wish for, desire
opus
work, labor
opus est mihi
I need, there is a need of
ora
shore, sea shore
oraculum
oracle
orbator
bereaver
orbis
circle, wheel
orbus
deprived of, without (+ gen. or abl.)
Oriens
East (land of rising sun)
orior
arise
orno
decorate, adorn
oro
beg for, implore, ask for
Orpheus
Orpheus
ortus
rising; east; origin; source
os
mouth, face
os
bone
osculum
kiss
ovis
sheep
ovum
egg
paco
pacify
paene
almost
paeninsula
penisula
pagina
page
palleo
become pale
pallor
pallor, paleness
palma
palm of the hand
papyrus
papyrus, reed
parco
spare, be lenient to (+ dat.)
parens
parent
pareo
obey, be obedient to (+ dat.)
paries
wall
pario
give birth to
paro
prepare
pars
part
parvus
small
pasco
feed
passus
step
pastor
shepherd
pateo
lie open, be disclosed, be revealed
pater
father
patior
allow, suffer, permit
patria
fatherland
patrius
fatherly, parental
patruus
paternal uncle
paucus
few, a few
pavor
fear, tremblin
pax
peace
pecco
sin, err, make a mistake
pectus
breast, heart
pecunia
money
pello
drive
pendeo
hang
penetralis
inner
penna
feather
pennatus
winged
penso
weigh, estimate, consider
per
through
percutio
beat, strike
perdo
ruin, destroy, throw away
peregrinator
stranger, traveller
peregrinus
foreign
perennis
perennial, eternal
pereo
die, perish
perfundo
pour over, fill with
periculosus
dangerous
periculum
danger
peritus
skilled, skillful
permaneo
remain
persuadeo
persuade, be sweet to (+ dat.)
pervenio
arrive
pervideo
see through, realize
pervigilis
ever-watchful
peto
seek, ask
pharetra
quiver
pictura
picture
pietas
respect, reverence, piety
pingo
paint, draw, depict
pinus
pine tree
piscis
fish
pius
pious, reverent
placeo
please, be pleasing to (+ dat.)
placet
it is pleasing
placidus
calm, placid
placo
calm, quiet, appease
plango
beat, lament, wail, strike
planto
plant
planus
equal, level, even, flat
plaudo
applaud
plausus
applause, clapping
plenus
full
ploro
weep, mourn for
plus
more
Pluto
Pluto
poculum
drinking cup, goblet
poena
punishment
poeta
poet
pomum
fruit, apple
pono
put, place
populus
people
porcus
pig, swine
porto
carries
posco
request, demand
possideo
posses, own, control
possum
can, be able
post
after
postea
afterwards, after that
posterus
next
postis
door post
postquam
after
potens
powerful
potentia
power
potestas
power
potior
get possession of, possess