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A.
abbrev. for Aulus
ā, ab
from, away from, out of
abdo
to put away, remove, set aside
abhorreo
to shrink back from, have an aversion for, shudder at, abhor
absolutio
an acquittal
absolvo
to set free, release, discharge
absum
to be away from, be absent
abundo
to overflow, stream over
āc
see atque
accedo
approach, enter upon
accessio
a coming to, approach
accipio
to take without effort, receive, get, accept
accommodātus
well-suited, practiced
accusatio
a formal complaint, indictment, accusation, prosecution
accusator
the accuser, prosecutor, plaintiff
accuso
to call to account, make complaint against, reproach, blame, accuse
acer
sharp, pointed, piercing
acerbē
cruelly, bitterly
acervatim
by heaps, in heaps
actio
a putting in motion
actus
a driving, impulse, setting in motion
addo
to put to, place upon, lay on, join, attach
adduco
to lead to, bring to, bring along
adeo
approach
adeo
so greatly
adesset
from adsum, to be present
adhibeo
to hold toward, turn to, apply, add to
adhūc
thus far
aditus
a going to, drawing near, approach, access
adiungo
to add, join, annex, or bind to
adiūtor
helper
adiuvo
to help
administer
agent
admiror
to regard with wonder, admire
admitto
to send to, let go, let loose, let come, admit, give access
admoveo
to bring near, apply
adorno
to provide, furnish, fit out, equip, make ready
adulescens
growing, near maturity, young, youthful
adulescentia
inexperience
adulterinus
false, forged, counterfeit
aduncus
bent inwards, hooked
advoco
to call, summon, invite
advolo
to fly to, fly towards
aedes
temple
aedilitas
the office of an aedile, aedileship
aegroto
to be sick, languish, pine
aequabilis
like, similar, equal, uniform
aequitas
uniformity, evenness
aequus
even, plain, level, flat
aerumnosus
full of trouble, miserable, wretched, distressed
aetas
age, time of life
affero
to convey, bring forward
afficio
to affect, reward, punish
affinis
cousin by relation to marriage
affluo
to overflow, reek with
age
come now!
ager
productive land, a field, farm, estate, arable land, pasture
aggredior
to approach
agito
to set in violent motion, drive onward, move, impel, urge
ago
to put in motion, move, lead, drive, tend, conduct
aio
to say yes, assent, affirm
Albiānus
belonging to Albius
Aletrinas
of Aletrium
aliquamdiū
for any length of time
aliquando
at last
aliquantum
a considerable amount
aliquis
any end
aliquot
some, several, a few, not many, a number
alius
another, other, different
alligātus
implicated, attached
alloquor
to speak to
altē
deeply, far
alter
the one or the other
amans
lover, or as adj. loving
amarus
bitter, pungent
ambitio
a going about
amens
out of one's senses, mad, frantic, distracted
amentia
want of reason, madness, senselessness
amicitia
friendship
amicus
friendly, (subst) n., a friend
amita
a father's sister
amitto
to send away, dismiss, part with
amor
love, affection, strong friendly feeling
amplius
more
an
or
Anconitanus
from Ancona
ango
to draw close, press tight, squeeze, compress, throttle, choke
animadversio
investigation, inquiry
animadverto
to direct the mind, give attention to, attend to, consider, regard, observe
animus
the rational soul
annus
a year
ante
before, in front, forwards
antea
before, earlier, formerly, aforetime, previously
antequam
before, until
aperio
to uncover, lay bare
apertus
without covering, uncovered
appello
to call, name, appeal to
applico
to devote
appropinquo
to come near, approach, draw nigh
apud
at, near, among, at the house of
Aquinas
of Aquinum
āra
altar
arbitror
to testify on information and belief, depose to one's best knowledge
arcesso
to cause to come, call, send for, invite, summon, fetch
arēnāria
sand-pit
argumentor
to adduce proof
argumentum
an argument, evidence, ground, support, proof
armarium
a closet, chest, safe
armatus
armed men
armo
to furnish with weapons, arm, equip
ars
practical skill
artificium
a profession, trade, employment, art
aspectus
a seeing, looking at, sight, view, glance, look
aspergo
sprinkle
aspernor
to disdain, reject, despise
aspicio
to look at, look upon, behold, look
assentatio
blandishment, flattery
assevero
assert, proclaim
assiduus
perpetual, unending
assimulātus
sham, pretend
at
but, but on the other hand, but meanwhile
atque
and, as well as, together with
atrocitas
fierceness, harshness, enormity
attamen
nevertheless
attendo
to stretch toward, direct
attentē
attentively
auctio
an increase
auctor
a promoter, producer, father, progenitor
audacia
daring, courage, valor, bravery, boldness, intrepidity
audeo
to venture, dare, be bold, dare to do, risk
audio
to hear
aufero
to take away, bear off, carry off, withdraw, remove
augeo
to increase, augment, enlarge, spread, extend
auris
the ear
aurum
gold
auspex
an interpreter of omens given by birds, diviner, augur, soothsayer
autem
but, on the other hand, on the contrary, however
auxilium
help, aid, assistance, support, succor
āversor
to turn away (one's face)
avia
a grandmother
bellum
war
beneficium
a favor, benefit, service, kindness
benevolus
well-wishing, kind, bountiful, friendly
bestia
a beast, animal
bibo
to drink
bis
twice, at two times, on two occasions
blandē
winningly
blanditia
a caressing, fondness, flattering, flattery
bona
property
bonus
good
brevis
short
breviter
shortly
C.
Gaius
cado
to fall, fall down, descend
caecus
not seeing, blind
caedes
a cutting-down
calamitas
loss, injury, damage, mischief, harm, misfortune, calamity, disaster
callidē
cunningly
candidatus
a candidate for office
capio
to take in hand, take hold of, lay hold of, take, seize, grasp
caput
the head
carus
dear, precious, valued, esteemed, beloved
cāsus
chance, danger
causa
a cause, reason, motive, inducement, occasion, opportunity
celebro
to frequent, throng, crowd, fill
censorius
of the censor, censorial
cerno
to separate, part, sift
certē
undoubtedly
certus
determined, resolved, fixed, settled, purposed, certain
cēteri
the others
circumforaneus
around the forum, about the market - place
circumscriptio
a boundary, circle, limit, outline, contour, circuit, compass
circumseco
to cut around
circumvenio
to come around, be around, encircle, encompass, surround
cito
to put in quick motion, rouse, excite
civis
a citizen
civitas
the condition of a citizen, citizenship, freedom of the city, membership in the community
clamo
to call, cry out, shout aloud, complain aloud
clamor
a loud call, shout, cry
clarus
clear, bright, shining, brilliant
clementia
moderation, mildness, forbearance, benignity, clemency, mercy
Cluentiānus
of Cluentius
coactor
a collector
coarguo
to overwhelm with proof, refute, silence, expose, convict, prove guilty
coepi
to begin, commence
cogitatio
a thinking, considering, deliberating, thought, reflection, meditation, imagination
cogito
to consider thoroughly, ponder, weigh, reflect upon, think
cognatio
blood-relationship, kindred, connection by birth
cognatus
relation
cognomen
a surname, second-name, family-name
cognosco
to become acquainted with, acquire knowledge of, ascertain, learn, perceive, understand ; perf., to know
cogo
to drive together, collect, crowd, bring together, summon, congregate, convene
colliquefactus
completely dissolved
collocatio
given in marriage
collum
the neck
colonus
a husbandman, tiller of the soil
columna
a column, pillar, post
comburo
to burn up, consume
comedo
to eat
comitātus
escort, retinue
commemoratio
a reminding, commemorating, remembrance, mentioning
committo
to entrust, act
commodē
conveniently
commodum
privilage, gift
commoror
to tarry, linger, abide, sojourn, remain, stay
commoveo
To put in violent motion, move, shake, stir
communico
to divide with, communicate, impart, share
communis
common, general, universal, public
comparātio
preparation
compareo
to be evident, appear, be plain, be visible
comparo
to prepare
comperio
to obtain knowledge of, find out, ascertain, learn
comprehendo
to bind together, unite
comprobo
to approve, assent to, sanction, acknowledge
concordia
an agreeing together, union, harmony, concord
concupisco
desire greatly
concursus
a running together, concourse, throng, mob, tumult
condemno
to convict, condemn, sentence, find guilty
condio
to make savory, season, spice, concoct
conditor
maker, author
condo
to put together, make by joining, found, establish, build, settle
condono
to give, present, deliver, surrender, abandon
conduco
to draw together, assemble, collect, gather, unite
confero
To bring together, collect, gather, unite, join
confestim
immediately, speedily, without delay, forthwith, suddenly
conficio
to make ready, make, prepare, bring about, complete, accomplish, execute, consummate, fulfil
confido
to trust, confide, rely upon, believe, be assured
confirmo
to make firm, make strong, establish, strengthen
confiteor
to acknowledge, confess, own, avow, concede, allow, grant
conflo
to blow up, kindle, light
confugio
to flee, take refuge, run for succor
confundo
to pour together, mingle, mix, blend
coniungo
to bind together, connect, join, unite
cōnor
to attempt
conquiro
to seek for, hunt up, search out, procure, bring together, collect
conscientia
joint knowledge, consciousness, common knowledge, privity, cogni
conscisco
decree; mortem sibi, committ suicide
conscius
knowing in common, conscious with, privy, participant, accessory, witnessing
conscribo
to write together, write in a roll, enroll, enlist, levy
consenesco
to grow old together, grow old, become gray
consequor
to follow, follow up, press upon, go after, attend, accompany, pursue
conservus
a fellow-slave
consillum
plan, wisdom, jury, court
consisto
to stand still, stand, halt, stop, take a stand, post oneself
consobrinus
a mother's sister's son, cousin-german, first cousin
constans
steady
constantia
steadiness, firmness, constancy, perseverance
constat
(impersonal) it is agreed
constituo
to put, place, set, station
consuesco
to accustom, inure, habituate
consuetudo
a custom, habit, use, usage, way, practice, familiarity, experience, tradition, precedent
consulto
to meet and consider, reflect, deliberate, take counsel, consult, take care, have regard, look out, be mindful
consultō
purposely
consurgo
to rise, stand up, arise, start up, rise in a body, lift oneself
contagio
a touching, contact, touch
contaminatus
polluted, contaminated, impure, vile, defiled, stained, degraded
contendo
to stretch, bend, draw tight, strain
contineo
to hold together, bound, limit, comprise, enclose, surround, environ
continuō
straightaway
contra
in opposition, opposite, face to face, in front, on the other side
contraho
to draw together, collect, assemble
controversia
a contention, quarrel, question, dispute, controversy, debate
convalesco
to recover, regain health, grow strong, gain strength
convicium
a loud noise, cry, clamor, outcry
conviva
a table companion, guest
convivium
a meal in company, social feast, entertainment, banquet
convoco
to call together, convoke, assemble, summon
copiosē
fully
coram
in the presence, before the eyes, in the face, openly, face to face
corpus
a body
corrumpo
to destroy, ruin, waste
credo
to give as a loan, lend, make a loan
crimen
a judgment, charge, accusation, reproach
crudelis
rude, unfeeling, hard, unmerciful, hard - hearted, cruel, severe, fierce
crudelitas
harshness, severity, cruelty, barbarity
crudeliter
cruelly
crudus
bloody, bleeding, trickling with blood
crux
a gallows, frame, tree
cubiculum
a room for reclining, sleeping - chamber, bedchamber
cubile
a place of rest, couch, bed
culpa
a fault, error, blame, guilt, failure, defect
cum
when, since, although
cum...tum
not only....but
cumulus
a heap, pile, mass, accumulation
cupiditas
a longing, desire, passion, eagerness
cupidus
longing, desiring, desirous, eager, zealous, wishing, loving, fond
cupio
to long for, desire, wish
cur
why? wherefore? for what reason?
curo
to care for, take pains with, be solicitous for, look to, attend to, regard
damnatio
condemnation, conviction
damno
to adjudge guilty, condemn, convict
debeo
to withhold, keep back
decedo
to go away, depart, withdraw, retire
decem
ten
declaro
to disclose, make evident, reveal
decurio
councillor
dedecus
disgrace, dishonor, infamy, shame
deduco
to lead away, draw out, turn aside, divert, bring out, remove, drive off, draw down
defendo
to ward off, repel, avert, keep off
defensio
a defending, defence
defero
bring down, report; with nōmen, inform against
dēfessus
worn-out, weary
deficio
to fail, to be lacking
degusto
to taste
deinde
then, next, thereafter, thence
delatio
an accusation, denunciation
delenio
to soothe, soften, charm, captivate, entice, cajole, fascinate
deleo
to erase, efface, obliterate, blot out
dēligo
to choose
demissus
lowered, sunken, low-lying, low
demonstro
to point out, indicate, designate, show
denique
and thenceforward, and thereafter, at last, at length, finally, lastly, only, not until
dentatus
having teeth
denuntio
to announce, declare, denounce, menace, threaten, intimate, order, command
denuo
once more, a second time, anew, afresh, again
depello
to drive out, drive away, remove, expel, put out, put off, turn aside
deploro
to weep bitterly, moan, wail, lament, complain
deprehendo
to take away, seize upon, catch, snatch
depromo
to draw out, draw forth, bring out, fetch
desero
to leave, forsake, abandon, desert, give up
desidero
to long for, ask, demand, call for, wish for, desire, require, expect
despondeo
to promise to give, promise, pledge
destituo
to set down, set forth, put away, bring forward, leave alone
destitutio
an abandonment, desertion, disappointment
desum
to be away, be absent, fail, be wanting, be missing
deterrimus
vile, degraded
detraho
to draw off, take down, pull down, take away, remove, withdraw, drag, bring
deus
a god, deity
devincio
to bind fast, tie up, fetter, clamp
dīco
to say, tell
dictito
to say often, declare, maintain, assert, insist
dies
a day, civil day
difficilis
hard, difficult, troublesome, impracticable, laborious, perilous
diffido
to distrust, be diffident, be distrustful, despair
digitus
a finger
dignitas
worth, merit, desert, character
dignus
worthy, deserving, meritorious, deserved, suitable, fitting, becoming, proper
diligens
industrious, careful, assiduous, attentive, diligent, accurate, scrupulous, faithful
diligo
to single out, value, esteem, prize, love
diluo
to wash away, dissolve, dilute, wash, drench
dimitto
to send different ways, send out, send forth, send about, scatter, distribute
discedo
to go apart, part asunder, divide, separate, disperse, scatter
disciplina
instruction, tuition, teaching, training, education
discordia
disunion, disagreement, dissension, variance, discord
discribo
to distribute, divide, apportion, assign
dispertio
to distribute, apportion
disputo
to weigh, examine, investigate, treat, discuss, explain
dissimilis
unlike, dissimilar, different
dissolūtus
careless, dissolute
diu
by day, all day
diūtius
any longer
diuturnus
of long duration, lasting, long
divortium
a parting, point of separation, fork
do
to hand over, deliver, give up, render, furnish, pay, surrender
dolor
pain, smart, ache, suffering, anguish
domesticus
of the house
domina
a mistress, dame, lady, she who rules
domus
a house, dwelling-house, building, mansion, palace
donum
a gift, present
dormio
to sleep
dubitatio
uncertainty, doubt, perplexity
dubito
to waver in opinion, be uncertain, be in doubt, be perplexed, doubt, question
dubius
moving two ways, fluctuating
duco
to lead, conduct, guide, direct, draw, bring, fetch, escort
dum
while, until, so long as
durus
hard