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nam
for
nascor
to be born, begin life, be produced, proceed, be begotten
natio
a nation, tribe
natura
birth
natus
with annos, old; with abl., son of
ne
lest, verily
ne
verily
ne…quidem
not even
necessarius
necessary; subst.friend, relation
necesse
inevitable
necessitas
privation, poverty
necessitudo
relationship
neco
to kill, slay, put to death, destroy
nefarius
impious, execrable, abominable, nefarious
neglegenter
slackly
nego
to say no, deny, refuse
negotium
a business, employment, occupation, affair
nemo
no man, no one, nobody
nempe
certainly, without doubt, assuredly, of course, as everybody knows
nepos
a grandson, child's son
nequaquam
in no wise, by no means, not at all
nequitia
bad quality, worthlessness, inefficiency, vileness, wickedness
nescioquis
someone or other
nihil
nothing
nihilominus
none the less
nimium
too much, too
nisi
if not, unless
nobilis
well-born, renowned
nobilitas
celebrity, fame, renown
nocens
guilty
noctu
by night
nocturnus
of night, by night, nocturnal
nolo
to wish . . . not, will . . . not, not to wish, to be unwilling
nomen
a means of knowing, name, appellation
nomino
to call by name, name, give a name to
nondum
not yet
nonne
interrogative particle
nonnulli
some
nosco
to get knowledge of, become acquainted with, come to know, learn, discern
nostrum
gen. Pl. of ego
notus
known
noverca
a step-mother, stepdame
novus
new, not old, young, fresh, recent
nox
night
nubilis
marriageable
nubo
to veil oneself, be married, marry, wed
nullus
not any, none, no
Num.
Numerius
numerus
a number
nummarius
bribed, venal
nummus
a piece of money, coin, money
numquam
at no time, never
numquis
[does] anyone?
nuntio
to announce, declare, report, relate, narrate, make known, inform, give intelligence of
nuper
recently
nuptiae
a marriage, wedding, nuptials
nuptialis
of a marriage, wedding-, nuptial
nusquam
nowhere, in no place
ob
on account of
obeo
to go, go to meet, go in opposition
obicio
to cast up
obscuritas
darkness, obscurity, indistinctness, uncertainty
obscurus
dark, darksome, dusky, shady, obscure
obsecro
to beseech, entreat, implore, supplicate, conjure
obses
hostage, pledge
obsignator
a sealer, one who attests under seal
obsigno
to seal, seal up, attest under seal
obstringo
to bind
obtortus
twisted; collo obtorto, by the scruff of the neck
obvenio
to come up to, go to meet
occido
to kill, murder
occulo
to cover, cover over
occulto
to hide, conceal, secrete
occultus
secret, hidden
oculus
an eye
odi
to hate
odium
hatred, grudge, ill-will, animosity, enmity, aversion
odor
smell, taint
odoror
to smell at, smell out, scent
offendo
to hit
offensio
failure
offensus
odious
offero
bestow, inflict
omen
a foreboding, prognostic, harbinger, sign, token, omen
omitto
to leave out
omnino
altogether, wholly, entirely, utterly, at all
omnis
all, every
opinio
judgement
opprimo
to crush, overcome surprise
oppugnatio
a storming, besieging, attack, assault, siege
oppugno
to fight against, attack, assail, assault, storm, besiege, war with
optatus
longed for
optimus
best, chief
opto
to wish, choose
opus
work, labor, toil
opus est
with abl.there is need
oratio
a speaking, speech, discourse, language, faculty of speech, use of language
orbatus
deprived, bereaved
orior
to arise, rise, stir, get up
ornatus
distinguished
orno
to fit out, furnish, provide, supply, equip, get ready, prepare
oro
to beg
os
mouth, words
oscito
yawn
ostendo
to stretch out, spread before, expose to view, show, point out, exhibit, display
ostento
to offer, hold out, threaten
P.
Publius
paene
nearly, almost, as I may say
palam
openly
panis
bread, a loaf
parco
to spare
parens
parent
paries
a wall
parricidium
the murder of a near relation
pars
a part, piece, portion, share, division, section
partior
to share, part, distribute, apportion, divide
partus
birth, delivery
parum
too little, not enough, insufficiently
parvus
little, small, petty, puny, inconsiderable
pasco
to feed, nourish
passus
step; mille passus, a mile
patefacio
to lay open, open, throw open
pater
a father, sire
patrius
of a father, inherited
patronus
a protector, defender, patron
pauci
few, little
paullisper
for a little while, for a short time
paullo
a little
paullum
for a time
pecunia
property, riches, wealth
pecuniosus
moneyed, rich, wealthy
pelex
rival
pellicio
to allure, entice, inveigle, decoy, coax, wheedle
penitus
inwardly, deeply, far within, into the inmost part
per
through, by means of
percontatio
a persistent asking, questioning, inquiry
percuriosus
very curious, highly inquisitive
percurro
to run through, touch lightly upon
perditus
abandoned, desperate
perdo
to make away with, destroy, ruin, squander, dissipate, throw away, waste, lose
perduco
to bring along
pereo
to perish, die
perfero
to endure
perficio
to achieve, execute, carry out, accomplish, perform, despatch, bring about, bring to an end, finish, complete
perfidiosus
faithless, treacherous, false, perfidious
perfringo
to break through, break in pieces, shiver, shatter
perfugium
escape
periculum
danger, action-at-law
perinde ut
just as
peritus
experienced, practised, trained, skilled, skilful, expert
permagnus
very great, vast, immense
permano
to spread through, penetrate
pernicies
destruction, death, ruin, overthrow, disaster, calamity, mischief
perniciosus
destructive, ruinous, baleful, pernicious
pernocto
to stay all night, pass the night
peroro
to finish a speech
perpetuus
continuous, unbroken, uninterrupted, constant, entire, whole, perpetual
perquiro
to make inquiries
persaepe
very often
persequor
to pursue
perspicio
to see clearly
persuadeo
to convince, persuade
pertenuis
extremely slight, very weak
perterritus
terrified
pertimesco
to be frightened, be alarmed, fear greatly
pertineo
to belong to, be concerned with
pervenio
to come up, arrive
perversus
crooked, evil
pes
a foot
pestis
an infectious disease, plague, pest, pestilence
peto
to strive for, seek, aim at, repair to, make for, travel to
petulans
forward, pert, saucy, impudent, wanton, petulant
pharmacopola
a drugseller, quack
pie
piously
pietas
dutiful conduct, sense of duty, religiousness, devotion, piety
piscina
a fish-pond
pius
dutiful, pious, devout, conscientious, religious
placeo
to be decided
placo
to quiet, soothe, assuage, allay, appease
plane
easily, without inquiry
planus
vagabond, juggler
plebs
the common people, commons, commonalty, plebeians, folk
plenus
full, mature
plerique
most
plurimus
most, very much, very many
plus
more
poculum
a drinking-vessel, cup, goblet, bowl, beaker
poena
penalty, avenging deity
polliceor
to promise
pondo
weight, pound
pono
to put, consider, rest upon
populus
the people
porro
moreover, again
porrum
a leek, scallion
porta
a city-gate, gate, door
portentum
a sign, token, omen, portent, monster, fiend
posco
to ask urgently, beg, demand, request, desire
possum
to be able, have power, can
post
after
postea
afterwards
posteaquam
after
posterus
following
postremo
at last, finally, last of all
postremum
for the last time
postridie
on the day after, the next day
postulo
to ask, demand, claim, require, request, desire
potestas
ability, power, capacity, force
potissimum
especially
potius
rather
praeceps
headlong
praecipito
to fall, totter on the brink
praeclarus
very bright, brilliant
praeditus
gifted, provided, possessed, furnished
praeiudicium
former conviction
praeiudico
to judge before
praemium
profit
praeposterus
in reverse order, in disorder, inverted, perverted, absurd, preposterous, unseasonable
praesens
at hand, in sight, present, in person
praesertim
especially, chiefly, principally, particularly
praeter
except, beside
praeterea
in addition, beyond this, further, besides, moreover
praetereo
to omit, pass by, pass
praevaricor
to be a false advocate, collude, prevaricate
prandeo
to dine
prandium
dinner
prehendo
to lay hold of, grasp, snatch, seize, catch, take
premo
to rest upon, pursue, hide
pretium
a price, money value, value in exchange
prex
pl. preces, a prayer, request, entreaty
primo
at first, at the beginning, first, in the first place
primum
in the first place
princeps
first in order, foremost, chief, leader
principium
a beginning, commencement, origin
pristinus
former, early, original, primitive, pristine
prius
before
priusquam
before, until
privatus
private
privo
to bereave, deprive, rob, strip
pro
before, in proportion to, for, because of
probabilis
credible
probo
to prove, approve
procedo
to go before, go forward, advance, proceed, march on, move forward, go forth
profectio
origin
profecto
actually, indeed, really, truly, assuredly, certainly
profectus
advance, effect, increase, profit, success
profero
to carry out, bring forth, produce
proficio
to gain
profugio
to flee, run away, escape
profusus
lavish
prohibeo
to prevent
promissum
a promise
pronuntiatio
verdict
prooemium
an introduction, preface, proem
prope
near, nigh
propero
to make haste, hasten, be quick, be in haste, go quickly
propinquus
near; as subst. kinsman
propior
nearer, closer
propono
to set before, give a task to
propter
on account of, for; adv. near, at hand
propterea
therefore, for that cause, on that account
proscribo
to outlaw
proscriptio
outlawry
prosequor
to attend
prosterno
to lay low, overthrow
prudentia
wisdom, sagacity
publicus
public, common
pudicitia
modesty, purity, chastity
pudor
shame, sense of shame, disgrace
puer
a male child, boy, lad, young man
pueritia
boyhood, childhood, youth
pulchre
beautifully, excellently, finely, nobly, very
punctum
dot, moment
puto
to think, suppose
Q.
Quintus
quadrageni
forty each
quaero
to seek, look for
quaeso
to beg, pray, beseech, entreat
quaestio
a questioning, examination, inquiry, investigation
quaestus
a gaining, acquiring, gain, acquisition, profit, advantage
quam
how
quam
how

than
quamobrem
wherefore, why
quamquam
though, although, albeit, notwithstanding that
quantus
how great, what
quare
wherefore
quasi
as if, just as if, as though
querimonia
a complaining, lamentation, lament
queror
to express grief, complain, lament, bewail
quia
because
quicunque
rel., whoever, whatever, whosoever, whatsoever
quid
again, why?
quidam
a certain, someone
quidem
assuredly, certainly, in fact, indeed
quiesco
to rest, repose, keep quiet, be inactive, be at peace
quin
that, moreover
quisnam
who, pray?
quisquam
anyone
quisque
each
quisquis
whoever, whatever
quivis
whoever it be, whom you please, any one, any whatever, anything
quod
because
quodsi
now if, if only
quondam
formerly
quoniam
since, because
quotidianus
daily
quotidie
every day