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Habena, ae
f. rein
Habilis, e
Easily handled, handy
Habitus, us
m. appearance
Hac…tenus
Thus, far
Hac
Adv. Here, there
Haereo, ere, haesi, haesus
Stick, cling
Halaesus, I
m. haleasus, Italian warrior and enemy of Trojans
Halitus, us
m. breath, exhalation
Halo
(1) breathe forth, be fragnant
Hammon, onis
m. Hammon, god of North Africa
Harena, ae
f. sand, beach
harenosus, a, um
sandy
harpalyce, es
f. Thracian princess
harundo, inis
f. reed, arrow
hasta, ae
f. spear, lance
hastile, is
n. spear, lance
haurio, ire, hausi, haustus
drain
Hebrus, i
m. Thracian river
Hecate, es
f. goddess of the lower world
Hector, oris
m. Trojan leader, son of Priam
Hectorius, a, um
Hectorean, of Hector
Hecuba, ae f.
wife of Priam
herba, ae f.
grass, plant
heres, heredis m.
heir, successor
heros, herois m.
hero
Hesperia, ae f.
Hesperia
Hesperius, a, um
Hesperian, western
heus
ho, hello!
hiberna, orum n.
winter
hibernus, a ,um
wintry
hiems, hiemis f.
winter, storm
homo, hominis m.
man, human
hora, ae f.
hour, season, time
horrendus, a, um
horrifying, dire, awesome
horreo, ere, horrui
tremble, shudder, tremble
horridus, a, um
awful, rough, bristling
horror, horroris m.
horror, terror
hortor, ari, hortatus
urge, encourage, incite
hospes, hospitis m. (f.)
guest, host, stranger
hospitium, i n.
hospitality, welcome
hospitus, a, um
stange, alien, foriegn
hostia, ae f.
victim, sacrifice
hostilis, e
of the enemy, pertaining to the enemy
hostis, is m.
enemy, foe, stanger
humilis, e
humble
humo (1)
bury, cover with earth
humus, i f.
ground, soil, earth
hymenaeus, i m.
wedding
habeo, ere, habui, habitus
have, hold; consider
haud
not, not at all, by no means
heu
alas! ah!
hic (adv.)
here
hic, haec, hoc
this
hinc
from this place, hence
honos (honor), honoris m.
honor, glory; offering, sacrifice
huc
to this place, hither