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ē, ex
out of, from
ecce
demonstr
ecquid
won't you?
ēdo
to give out, publish
educo
to bring up, rear, train, educate
efficio
to make out, work out, bring to pass, bring about, effect, cause, produce, make, form, execute, finish, complete, accomplish
effrēnātus
unbridled
egens
needy
egestas
indigence, penury, necessity, want
egregius
select, extraordinary, distinguished, surpassing, excellent, eminent
eicio
to cast out, thrust out, drive away, put out, eject, expel
eiusmodi
of that sort
eloquens
eloquent
eloquentia
eloquence
emo
to buy, purchase
emorior
to die off, die, decease
ēn
behold!
enim
for, for instance, namely, that is to say, I mean, in fact
ēnumerātio
a counting up, enumerating
eo
to go
eo
thither, to such a degree
eodem
loci, in the same place
equus
a horse, steed, charger
ergastulum
a workhouse, house of correction, penitentiary
erigo
to raise up, lift, set up, erect, elevate
eripio
to tear out, snatch away, wrest, pluck, tear, take away
Esquilinus
One of the seven hills of Rome
etenim
for, for truly, and indeed, because, since
etiam
now too, yet, as yet, even yet, still, even now
etsi
though
exanimatus
half-dead, grief-stricken
excipio
To take out, withdraw
excito
to call out, summon forth, bring out, wake, rouse
excludo
to shut out, exclude, cut off, remove, separate
excogito
to think out, contrive, devise, invent
exemplum
a sample, specimen
exerceo
to drive, keep busy, keep at work, oversee, work, agitate
exercitātus
experienced
exhaurio
to draw out, empty, exhaust
existimātio
opinion, reputation
existimo
to value, estimate, reckon
exorior
to come out, come forth, spring up, rise, appear
exoro
to move, prevail upon, persuade by entreaty, induce, appease
experiens
enterprising
expers
having no part in, not sharing in, not privy to
expilo
to pillage, rob, plunder
expio
to make amends for, atone for, purify, expiate, purge by sacrifice
expleo
to satisfy
expono
to put out, set forth, expose, exhibit
expugno
to take by siege, siege
exseco
to cut out, cut away, remove
exsectio
a cutting out, excision
exsequiae
a funeral procession, funeral obsequies
exsilium
banishment, exile
exspectatio
an awaiting, expecting, expectation, longing, desire
exspecto
to look out for, await, wait for
exsul
a banished person, wanderer, exile
exsulto
to spring vigorously, leap up, jump up
exsurgo
to rise up, rise, get up, stand up
extra
on the outside, without
extraho
to draw out, draw forth, pull out, drag
extremus
outermost, utmost, extreme, farthest, last
Fābrāternus
belonging to Fābrāteria
Fābriciānus
belonging to Fabricius
fabula
a narration, narrative
facies
appearance, form, figure, shape, build
facile
easily, quite
facilis
easy to do, easy, without difficulty
facinus
a deed, act, action, achievement
facio
to make, construct, fashion, frame, build, erect, produce, compose
fallo
to deceive, escape notice
falsus
deceptive, feigned, spurious, deceitful, false, pretended, delusive, unfounded
fama
a report, rumor, saying, talk, tradition
familia
household, family
familiaris
servant, friend
familiaritas
familiarity, intimacy, familiar intercourse, friendship, intimate acquaintance
fas
the dictates of religion, divine law
fateor
to confess, own, grant, acknowledge
fautor
a favorer, furtherer, promoter, patron
febris
a fever
femina
a female, woman
fere
closely, quite, entirely, fully, altogether, just
fero
to bear, carry, support, lift, hold, take up
festus
of holidays, festive, festal, solemn, joyful, merry
fidelis
trusty, trustworthy, faithful, sincere, true
fides
faith, honor, loyalty
filia
a daughter
filius
a son
fingo
to feign, invent
finis
that which divides, a boundary, limit, border
firmo
to make firm, strengthen, fortify, sustain
firmus
strong, steadfast, stable, enduring, powerful
flagitium
a shameful act, passionate deed, outrage, burning shame, disgraceful thing
flagito
to demand urgently, require, entreat, solicit, press, importune, dun
flagro
to flame, blaze, burn
flamma
a blazing fire, blaze, flame
fleo
to weep, cry, shed tears, lament, wail
fletus
a weeping, wailing, lamenting
fore
future infinitive of sum
forma
a form, contour, figure, shape, appearance, looks
fortasse
perhaps, peradventure, probably, possibly
forte
by chance
fortis
strong, powerful, mighty
forum
an open space, public place, court, market-place
frater
a brother
fraternus
of a brother, brotherly, fraternal
fraus
a cheating, deceit, imposition, fraud
frequentia
an assembling in great numbers, concourse, multitude, crowd, throng
frons
forehead
fructus
an enjoying, enjoyment, delight, satisfaction
frugī
honest
fruor
to derive enjoyment from, enjoy, delight in
fuga
a fleeing, flight, running away
fugio
to flee, fly, take flight, run away, make off
fundamentum
a foundation, ground-work, basis
fundus
the bottom, lowest part
funestus
causing death, deadly, fatal, destructive, pernicious, calamitous, mournful, dismal
funus
a funeral procession, funeral rites, burial, funeral
furiosus
full of madness, mad, raging, furious
furo
to rage, rave, be out of one's mind, be mad, be furious
furor
to enjoy
furtum
theft, robbery
gaudeo
to rejoice, be glad, be joyful, take pleasure, be pleased, delight
gaudium
inward joy, joy, gladness, delight
geminus
born together, twin-born, twin-
gemitus
a sighing, sigh, groan, lamentation, complaint
gener
a daughter's husband, son-in-law
genus
kind, race, birth
gero
to bear about, bear, carry, wear, have, hold, sustain
grandis
full-grown, large, great, full, abundant
gratia
favor, esteem, regard, liking, love, friendship, partiality
grātīs
for nothing, without pay
gravidus
laden, filled, full, swollen
gravis
heavy, weighty, ponderous, burdensome, loaded, laden, burdened
graviter
weightily, heavily, ponderously
gravor
to be annoyed, troubled
gremium
a lap, bosom
habeo
to have, hold, support, carry, wear
hereditas
heirship, inheritance
heres
an heir, heiress
hic
this
hicce
emphatic form of hic
hilaris
cheerful, of good cheer, lively, gay, blithe, merry, jocund, joyful
homo
a human being, man, person
honestus
regarded with honor, respected, honored, of high birth, distinguished, honorable, respectable, noble
honor
position of honor, honor
hora
an hour
hortulus
a little garden
hospes
guest, friend
hostia
an animal sacrificed, victim, sacrifice
hostilis
of an enemy, enemy's, hostile
huc
to this place, hither
humanitas
human nature, humanity
iactūra
loss, cost
iam
now, already, soon
ibi
in that place, there
idcirco
on that account, for that reason, therefore
idem
the same
igitur
then, therefore, thereupon, accordingly, consequently
ignarus
ignorant, not knowing, unacquainted with, unskilled in, inexperienced, unaware
ignobilis
unknown, unrenowned, undistinguished, obscure
ignoro
not to know, to be unacquainted, be ignorant, mistake
ignosco
to pardon, forgive, excuse, overlook, allow, indulge, make allowance
ille
that
illicō
immediately
imāgo
portrait, bust
immanis
monstrous, enormous, immense, huge, vast
immergo
to dip, plunge, sink, immerse, submerge
immortalis
undying, immortal
impello
To strike against, push, drive, smite, strike, reach
impendeo
to hang over, overhang
impero
to command, order, enjoin, bid, give an order: Pa
impius
irreverent, ungodly, undutiful, unpatriotic, abandoned, wicked, impious
importunitas
unsuitableness, unfitness
improbitas
wickedness, depravity, dishonesty
improbus
not good, bad, wicked, reprobate, abandoned, vile, base, impious, bold, shameless, wanton
imprudentia
want of foresight, inconsiderateness, imprudence, ignorance, inadvertence
impudens
without shame, shameless, impudent
impudenter
shamelessly
impudentia
shamelessness, impudence
impurus
unclean, filthy, foul
in
in, on, into, against
inanis
poverty-stricken
inaudio
to hear whispered, get an inkling of
inauditus
unheard-of, unusual, strange, new, incredible
incallidus
unskilful, unintelligent
incendo
to set fire to, kindle, burn
incertus
not fixed, unsettled, undetermined
incido
to fall into, fall in with
incipio
to begin
incognitus
not examined, untried, not investigated
incolumis
unimpaired, uninjured, unharmed, safe, sound, entire, whole
inconstantia
inconsistency, inconstancy, changeableness, fickleness
incredibilis
not to be believed, incredible, beyond belief, extraordinary, unparalleled
incubo
to hatch over, brood upon
index
one who points out, a discloser, discoverer, informer, witness
indicium
a notice, information, discovery, disclosure, charge, evidence
indico
to point out, discover
indignē
undeservedly
indomitus
untamed, ungovernable, wild
induco
to lead in, bring in, introduce, conduct, lead up, bring forward
industrius
active, diligent, assiduous, industrious
ineo
to go into, enter
ineptiae
absurdities
inermis
unarmed, without weapons, defenceless
infamia
ill fame, ill report, bad repute, dishonor, disgrace, infamy
infamis
of ill repute, disreputable, notorious, infamous
inferus
below, beneath, underneath, lower
infestus
hostile
infinitus
not limited, infinite, endless, boundless, unlimited
infirmus
not strong, weak, feeble, infirm
inicio
to throw in; (passive) to occur to
inimicitia
enmity, hostility
inimicus
unfriendly, hostile, inimical
iniquus
hostile
initium
beginning
iniūria
wrong, injury, affront
innocens
innocent
inopia
want, lack, scarcity
inquam
to say
inquiro
to seek after, search for
insequor
to follow, follow after, come next
insidiae
a snare, trap
insimulo
to make suspected, charge, accuse, blame, impeach
instituo
to put in place, plant, fix, set
instruo
to build in, insert
integer
untouched
intellego
to come to know, see into, perceive, understand, discern, comprehend, gather
inter
between, betwixt
intercedo
to come between, intervene, be between
interceptio
interception
intercipio
to seize in passing, intercept
interdum
sometimes, occasionally, now and then
interficio
to put out of the way, destroy, bring to naught
interim
meanwhile, in the meantime
interitus
overthrow, fall, ruin, destruction, annihilation
intervallum
the space between palisades, an intermediate space, interval, distance
intervenio
to come between, come upon, come in, intervene, interrupt
intimus
inmost, innermost, deepest, profound
intrā
within
introduco
to lead in, bring in, introduce, conduct within, admit
intueor
to look upon, look closely at, gaze at
inultus
without satisfaction, unavenged, unrevenged, not vindicated
inusitatus
unusual, uncommon, extraordinary, very rare
invado
to go into, enter
invenio
to find
investigo
to track, trace out, search after
invideo
to look askance at, cast an evil eye upon
invidia
envy, grudge, jealousy, ill-will, prejudice
invitus
against the will, unwilling, reluctant, perforce, on compulsion
ipse
Self, in person
irātus
enraged
iste
this, that, he, she
istinc
from there, thence, from where you are
ita
in this manner, in this wise, in such a way, so, thus, accordingly, as has been said
itaque
therefore
item
likewise, besides, also, further, moreover, too, as well
iterum
again, a second time, once more, anew
iubeo
to order, bid
iūcundus
pleasing
iūdex
judge, juryman
iūdiciārius
obtained from the law courts
iūdicium
trial
iūdico
to declare, consider
iūro
to be bound by an oath
iūs
right, law, institution
iustē
justly
iustus
just, proper
L.
abbrev. for Lūcius
labefacto
to cause to totter, shake, overthrow
labor
trouble
lacrima
a tear
laedo
to hurt, wound, injure, damage
laetor
to rejoice, feel joy, be joyful, be glad
Lārīnas
of Larinum
lātē
widely
lateo
to lurk, lie hid, be concealed, escape notice, skulk
latito
to be hid, be concealed, lie hid, hide, lurk
latus
side, ribs
lātus
partic. of fero
legatum
a bequest, legacy
lēgo
to leave by will
lēntier
calmly
levis
light, fickle, insignificant
leviter
lightly, not heavily
levo
to raise, save
lex
a formal proposition for a law, motion, bill
libenter
willingly, cheerfully, gladly, with pleasure
liberi
free persons
libero
to set free, free, liberate, manumit
libertus
a freedman, emancipated person
libido
pleasure, desire, eagerness, longing, fancy, inclination
Ligur
a Ligurian
lingua
the tongue
liqueo
to be fluid
littera
a letter, alphabetical sign, written sign of a sound
litterae
letter, epistle
litura
a smearing on a writing tablet, blotting out, erasure, correction
locus
a place, spot
longus
long, extended
loquax
talkative, prating, chattering, loquacious, full of words
loquor
to speak, talk, say, tell, mention, utter
luceo
to be light, be clear, shine, beam, glow, glitter
ludus
a play, game, diversion
lugeo
to mourn, lament, bewail, deplore
M.
abbrev. for Marcus
machina
a machine, engine
macula
a spot, mark, stain
maereo
to be sad, be mournful, mourn, grieve, lament
maeror
a mourning, sadness, grief, sorrow, lamentation
magis
more, rather
magnus
great
māior
greater, elder
maleficium
an evil deed, misdeed, wickedness, offence, crime
malitia
ill-will, spite, malice
malo
to choose rather, prefer
malum
evil, misfortune
malus
an upright pole, beam, mast
maneo
to stay, remain, abide, tarry
manifesto
plainly, without doubt
manifestus
palpable, clear, plain, apparent, evident, manifest
mano
to flow, run, trickle, drop, drip
mansuetudo
tameness, mildness, gentleness, clemency
manus
a hand
mare
the sea
mater
a mother
matrimonium
wedlock, marriage, matrimony
maturo
to make ripe, ripen, bring to maturity
medicamentum
a drug, remedy, antidote, physic, medicine, medicament
medicina
the healing art, medicine, surgery
medicus
physician
mediocris
of middling size, medium, middling, moderate, ordinary
meditatio
a thinking over, contemplation, dwelling upon
medius
in the middle, in the midst, mid, mean, middle
melius
better
membrum
a limb, member
memini
I remember, recollect, think of, am mindful of, bear in mind
memoria
memory, remembrance
mendacium
a lie, untruth, falsehood, fiction
mendax
given to lying, false, mendacious
mens
the mind, disposition, feeling, character, heart, soul
mentio
a calling to mind, making mention, mentioning, naming, mention
mentior
to invent, assert falsely, lie, cheat, deceive, pretend
metuo
to fear, be afraid, stand in fear, be apprehensive
metus
fear, dread, apprehension, anxiety
mille
a thousand, ten hundred
minae
threats
minime
least of all, in the smallest degree, least, very little
minister
subordinate, that serves, ministering
minor
less, younger
minor
to threaten
minūtus
small, unimportant
miror
to wonder, marvel, be astonished, be amazed, admire
mirus
wonderful, marvellous, astonishing, extraordinary, amazing
miser
wretched, unfortunate, miserable, pitiable, lamentable, in distress
miseria
wretchedness, unhappiness, misfortune, misery, woe, suffering, affliction, distress
misericordia
tenderheartedness, pity, compassion, sympathy, mercy
mitto
to cause to go, let go, send, send off, despatch
moderatus
within bounds, observing moderation, moderate
modo
by a measure, with a limit
modus
a measure, extent, quantity
molestia
trouble, worry
molestus
troublesome, irksome, grievous, annoying, unmanageable
molior
to make exertion, exert oneself, endeavor, struggle, strive, toil
monstrum
a divine omen, supernatural appearance, wonder, miracle, portent
mora
delay, hinderance
morbus
a sickness, disease, disorder, distemper, ailment, illness, malady
mōres
character
morior
to die, expire
moror
to delay, tarry, stay, wait, remain, linger, loiter
mors
death
mortalis
subjeet to death, destined to die, mortal
mos
a will, way, habit, manner, fashion, caprice, humor
muliebris
of a woman, womanly, feminine
mulier
a woman, female
mulsum
honey-wine, mead, wine mixed with honey
multitudo
a great number, multitude, crowd, throng
multo
to fine, punish
multo
by much, much, a great deal, far, by far
multum
much
multus
much, many
municeps
townsman
municipium
a free town, town whose people were Roman citizens, governed by their own laws and magistrates
munio
to wall, defend with a wall, fortify, defend, protect, secure, strengthen
munus
a service, office, post, employment, function, duty
mūto
to alter