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a, ab
by, from
absolútio
absolution
ábstulit
(he) has taken away (irregular perfect tense of áfferre)
ac
and
accéndat
may he light (subj. of accéndere)
accéndere
to light
accépit
he took (perfect tense of accípere)
acceptábilis
acceptable
accéptus
(having been) accepted (past part. of accípere)
accípere
to receive, take
accípiam
I will take (future tense of accípere)
accípias
may you receive (subj of accípere)
ad
to, towards
addúcere
to lead to
adduxérunt
(they) have led (perfect tense of addúcere)
adhaeréat
may (it) adhere to (subj. of adhaerére)
adhaerére
to adhere to
adhuc
up to now
adiutórium
help
adiútus
assisted (past part. of adiuváre)
adiuváre
to assist
admíttere
to admit
adóptio
adoption
adoráre
to adore
adorétur
(it) may be adored (subj passive of adoráre)
adscríbere
to include, approve
adscríptus
approved (past part. of adscríbere)
adunáre
to unite
advéniat
may (it) arrive (subj of adveníre)
adveníre
arrive
aequálitas
equality
aequus
equal, right
aestimátor
judge, arbitrator
aetérnus
eternal
afflígere
to afflict
agámus
let us make, let us give (subj. of ágere)
ágere
to act, to do, to make, to give
agnus
lamb
áliquis
some
altáre
altar
altíssimus
most high, extremely high
altus
high
amor
love
angélicus
angelic
ángelus
angel
ánima
soul
ánimus
mind, disposition
annuntiáre
to announce
annúntiem
may I announce (subj. of annuntiáre)
ante
before
antístes
bishop
apostólicus
apostolic
apóstolus
apostle
apparére
to appear
appáruit
(he) appeared (perfect tense of apparére)
apud
with, among
aqua
water
archángelus
archangel
ascéndat
may it ascend (subj. of ascéndere)
ascéndere
to ascend
ascéndit
he ascended (perfect tense of ascéndere)
ascénsio
ascension
atque
and
audére
to dare
aúdiam
that I may hear (subj. of audíre)
audíre
to hear
aufer
take away (irregular imperative of aúferre)
aúferre
to take away
autem
however, but
auxílium
help
baptísma
baptism
beátus
blessed
benedícam
I will bless (future tense of benedícere)
benedicámus
let us bless (subj. of benedícere)
benedicáris
may you be blessed (subj. passive of benedícere)
benedícas
may (you) bless (subj. of benedícere)
benedícat
may (he) bless (subj. of benedícere)
benedícere
to bless
benedíctio
blessing
benedíctus
(having been) blessed (past part. of benedícere)
benedíxit
he blessed (perfect tense of benedícere)
bíbere
to drink
bonus
good
caeléstis
heavenly
caelum
heaven
cálculus
coal
cálicem
(acc of calix)
calix
cup, chalice
cánere
to sing
cápere
to take possession of
capiámus
may we take possession of (subj. of cápere)
cáritas
love, charity
carnem
(acc of caro)
carnis
(gen of caro)
caro
flesh
cathólicus
catholic
causa
cause
celebráre
to celebrate
cenáre
to dine, sup
certus
certain
cessáre
to cease
christiánus
Christian
circúmdabo
I will encompass (future tense of circumdáre)
circumdáre
to encompass, surround
circumstántia
circle
circumstáre
to surround
cíthara
harp
clamáre
to shout, cry
clamor
shout, cry
cláritas
brightness, radiance
clemens
merciful
cleméntia
mercy
clementíssimus
most merciful
coadunáre
to unite into one
cogitátio
thought
cógnita est
has been recognised (perfect passive of cognóscere)
cognóscere
to recognise
cognóvit
(it) recognised (perfect tense of cognóscere)
collaudáre
to praise together
commíxtio
mixing
communicáre
to communicate
comparáre
to prepare
comparátur
(it) is prepared (present passive of comparáre)
competénter
competently
comprehéndere
to take possession of
comprehendérunt
took possession of (perfect tense of comprehéndere)
comprímere
suppress
concédas
may you grant (subj of concédere)
concédere
to grant, allow
concelebráre
to celebrate together
concépit
(she) conceived (perfect tense of concípere)
concináre
to join together in singing
concípere
to conceive
condemnátio
condemnation
cóndere
to establish, found
condidísti
(thou) didst establish (perfect tense of cóndere)
condítio
condition
conféssio
confession
confitébor
I will acknowledge (future tense of confitéri)
confitéri
to confess, acknowledge
conglorificáre
to glorify together
consecrátio
consecration
consolári
to console
consolétur
(it) may console (subj of consolári)
consors
sharer, partner
consórtium
community
conspéctus
sight
constitúere
to set up, establish
constituísti
(thou) hast established (perfect tense of constitúere)
consubstantiális
of one substance
contristáre
to sadden
conturbáre
to disturb
convérsus
having relented (past part. of convértere)
convértere
to turn around, turn about
cooperári
co-operate
cor
heart
corporális
bodily
corpus
body
creáre
create
crédere
to believe
créderent
that they might believe (subj. of crédere)
cremáberis
you will be burnt (future passive tense of cremáre)
cremáre
to burn
crucifígere
to crucify
crucifíxus est
he was crucified (perfect passive tense of crucifígere)
crucis
(gen of crux)
crux
cross
cui
to whom (dative of qui, quae, quod)
cuius
whose (gen of qui, quae, quod)
culpa
fault
cultor
fosterer
cum
with
cunctus
all
custódia
guard
custódiat
may it guard (subj. of custodíre)
custodíre
to guard
damnátio
damnation
dare
to give
datum
gift
de
about, from
débitor
debtor
débitum
debt
declináre
to decline, stoop
declínet
may it stoop (subj.of declináre)
decor
beauty
dedit
he gave (perfect tense of dare)
dedúcere
to lead away
deduxérunt
(they) have led (perfect tense of dedúcere)
defúnctus
dead
Déitas
Deity
deleántur
may (they) be wiped out (subj. passive of delére)
delére
to destroy, wipe out
delíctum
crime
deprecári
pray earnestly
deprecátio
plea, entreaty
descéndat
may it descend (subj. of descéndere)
descéndere
to descend
descéndit
(he) descended (perfect tense of descéndere)
destrúere
to destroy
destrúxit
(he) has destroyed (perfect tense of destrúere)
Deus
God
devótio
devotion
dexter, dextra, dextrum
right (hand)
dic
speak (irregular imperative of dícere)
dícere
to say
dictum
word, saying
dies
day
differéntia
difference
dignári
to condescend, deign
dignátus es
thou didst condescend (perfect tense of dignári)
dignátus est
(he) did condescend (perfect tense of dignári)
digne
worthily
dignéntur
may they deign (subj. of dignári)
dignéris
may you deign (subj. of dignári)
dignétur
may he deign (subj. of dignári)
dígnitas
worth, dignity
dilectíssimus
most beloved
diléctus
beloved (past part. of dilígere)
diléxi
I have loved (perfect tense of dilígere)
dilígere
to love
dimíssus
having been pardoned (past part. of dimíttere)
dimíttere
to pardon, dismiss
diréctus
straight, right
dirigátur
may (it) be directed (subj. passive of dirígere)
dirígere
to direct
discérnere
to distinguish
discípulus
disciple
discrétio
discernment
dispónas
may you dispose (subj of dispónere)
dispónere
to dispose, order
dissolútus
having been dissolved (past part. of dissólvere)
dissólvere
to dissolve
divínitas
divinity
divínus
divine
dixísti
(thou) didst say (perfect tense of dícere)
dolósus
crafty
dominatio
domination
Dóminus
Lord
domus
house
donáre
to give
donum
gift
dormíre
to sleep
dum
while
eam
(see under eum)
ecce
behold
ecclésia
assembly, church
édere
to bring forth
édidit
(she) brought forth (perfect tense of édere)
éffudit
(he) poured out, (she) produced (perfect tense of effúndere)
effulgére
to shine out
effúlsit
(it) has shone out (perfect tense of effulgére)
effúndere
pour out, produce
effundétur
(it) will be poured out (future passive of effúndere)
ego
I
eis
them (dative or ablative plural of is, ea, id)
eius
his, her, its (gen of is, ea, id)
eiúsdem
of the same (gen of idem, éadem, idem)
eléctus
(having been) chosen (past part. of elígere)
eleváre
to raise
elevátio
raising up
elevátus
(having been) raised up (past part. of eleváre)
elígere
to choose
emíttere
to send out
enarráre
to tell
enárrem
that I may tell (subj. of enarráre)
enim
for
eo, ea, eo
him, her, it (ablative of is, ea, id)
eódem
the same (ablative of idem, éadem, idem)
eórum
of them (gen pl of is, ea, id)
eósdem
the same (acc pl of idem, éadem, idem)
erat
(he, she, it) was (imperfect tense of esse)
erípere
to snatch
erit
(he, she, it) will be (future tense of esse)
ero
I shall be (future tense of esse)
erúere
to save
es
(thou) art (present tense of esse)
esse
to be
esséntia
essence, being
est
(he, she, it) is (present tense of esse)
et
and, also
étiam
even, also
eum, eam, id
him, her, it (acc of is, ea, id)
eúmdem
(alternative form of eúndem)
eúndem, eandem, idem
the same (acc of idem, éadem, idem)
evangélicus
of the gospel
evangélium
gospel
ex
from, out of
exaltátio
exaltation
exaudíre
to hear completely
excélsus
high
excusáre
to make excuses
excusátio
excuse
exércitus
army, host
exspectáre
to await, to expect
exsultáre
to exult
exsultátio
exultation
fac
make (irregular imperative of fácere)
fácere
to make, to do
faciétis
you will do (future tense of fácere)
facta sunt
(they) were made (perfect passive tense of fácere)
factor
maker
factus
(having been) made (past part. of fácere)
factus (factum) est
he (it) was made (perfect passive tense of fácere)
família
family
fámula
female servant
fámulus
male servant
fecéritis
you shall have done (future perfect tense of fácere)
fecit
(he, she, it) made (perfect tense of fácere)
fiat
may it become, may it be done (subj. of fíeri)
fidélis
faithful
fides
faith
fíeri
to become, to be made, to be done
fílius
son
finis
end
flamma
flame
formáre
to form, direct
formátus
(having been) directed (past part. of formáre)
fortitúdo
courage, strength
frángere
to break
frater
brother
fregit
he broke (perfect tense of frángere)
fuit
(he) was (perfect tense of esse)
futúrus
future (future part. of esse)
gaúdium
joy
géneris
(gen of genus)
genetríce
(ablative of génetrix)
genetrícis
(gen of génetrix)
génetrix
mother
génitus
(having been) begotten (past part. of gígnere)
gens
race, tribe
genus
kind, race
gígnere
to beget
glória
glory
glorificáre
to glorify
gloriósius
more gloriously
gloriósus
glorious
grátia
grace
grátiae
thanks
gratus
gracious
grege
(ablative of grex)
grex
flock
hábeas
that you may keep (subj of habére)
habére
to have, to keep
habitáre
to inhabit, dwell
habitátio
dwelling
habitávit
(it) dwelt (perfect tense of habitáre)
hanc
(see under hunc)
hi, hae, haec
these (nominative pl of hic, haec, hoc)
hic
here
hic, haec, hoc
this (masculine, feminine, neuter)
his
these (dative or ablative pl of hic, haec, hoc)
hoc, hac, hoc
this (ablative of hic, haec, hoc)
hódie
today
hodiérna die
today
hóminem
(acc of homo)
homínibus
(dative or ablative pl of homo)
homo
man (in sense of human being)
honor
honour
hos, has, haec
these (acc plural of hic, haec, hoc)
hóstia
victim
huic
to this (dative of hic, haec, hoc)
huius
of this (gen of hic, haec, hoc)
humánitas
humanity
humánus
human
humílitas
humility
hunc, hanc, hoc
this (acc of hic, haec, hoc)
hymnus
hymn
idem, eadem, idem
the same (masculine, feminine, neuter)
ídeo
therefore
ieiúnium
fasting
ígitur
therefore
ignis
fire
ignítus
lighted
ille, illa, illud
he, she, it
illi
to him (dative of ille)
illibátus
pure
illis
for them (dative pl of ille)
illo
(by) him (ablative of ille)
illum
him (acc of ille)
illumináre
light up
immaculátus
unstained
immoláre
to sacrifice
immolátus est
(he) was sacrificed (perfect passive tense of immoláre)
immortálitas
immortality
ímpius
impious
in
in, into
incarnári
to be made flesh
incarnátus
incarnate, made flesh (past part. of incarnári)
incédere
to go about
incénsum
incense
incolátus
residence
incolúmitas
safety
inde
thence, from there
indígnus
unworthy
indúcas
mayst thou lead (subj. of indúcere)
indúcere
to lead
indúlgeas
may you grant (subj. of indulgére)
indulgéntia
forgiveness
indulgére
to pardon, grant
ínferi
lower regions, hell
ínferus
lower
infúlgere
shine upon
infúlsit
(it) has shone upon (perfect tense of infúlgere)
ingredíri
to enter
ingréssus sum
I have entered (perfect tense of ingredíri)
inhaerére
to adhere to
inimícus
enemy
iníquitas
iniquity, evil
iníquus
evil
inítium
beginning
ínnocens
innocent, pure
innocéntia
purity, innocence
innumerábilis
innumerable
innúmerus
innumerable
institútio
institution, beginning
intemerátus
pure, undefiled
inter
between
intercédere
to intercede, come between
intercéssio
intercession
intra
within
intráre
to enter
intres
thou mayst enter (subj. of intráre)
introíbo
I will go into (future tense of introíre)
introíre
to enter, to go into
invisíbilis
invisible
invocábo
I shall invoke (future tense of invocáre)
invocáre
to invoke
ipsa
they (nominative pl of ipsum))
ipse, ipsa, ipsum
he, she, it
ipsis
them (dative or ablative pl of ipse, ipsa, ipsum)
ipso, ipsa, ipso
him, her, it (ablative of ipse, ipsa, ipsum)
ipsum, ipsam, ipsum
him, her, it (acc of ipse, ipsa, ipsum)
íre
to go
is, ea, id
he, she, it
isdem
(alternative form of idem)
iste, ista, istud
that, this (masculine, feminine and neuter)
istorum
of these (gen pl of iste)
ita
thus
item
again
íterum
again
iúbeas
may you order (subj. of iubére)
iubére
to order
iudicáre
to judge
iudícium
judgement
iustus
just
iuvéntus
youth
lábium
lip
laetábitur
(he, she, it) will rejoice (future tense of laetári)
laetári
to rejoice
laetificáre
to make glad
largíri
to grant, bestow
largítor
giver, benefactor
laudáre
to praise
laudem
(acc of laus)
laudis
(gen of laus)
laus
praise
lavábo
I will wash (future tense of laváre)
laváre
to wash
líber
free
liberáre
to free
lignum
wood
lingua
tongue
locus
place
locútus est
he spoke (perfect tense of loqui)
loqui
to speak
lucem
(acc of lux)
lucére
to shine
lucis
(gen of lux)
lumen
light
lux
light
mácula
stain
magnus
great
maiéstas
majesty
malítia
wickedness
malum
evil
mandátum
command
manducáre
to eat
manus
hand
martyr
martyr
máximus
greatest
me
me (acc or ablative of ego)
medéla
cure
mei
of me (gen of ego)
meménto
remember (imperative of meminísse)
meminísse
to remember
memor
mindful
memória
memory
mens
mind
mente
(ablative of mens)
méntibus
(dative or ablative pl of mens)
mentis
(gen of mens)
mereámur
may we deserve (subj. of mereári)
mereári
to merit, to deserve
méritum
merit
meus, mea, meum
my (masculine, feminine, neuter)
mihi
to me, for me (dative of ego)
milítia
company, body
mirábilis
wonderful
mirabíliter
wonderfully
mirabílius
more wonderfully
miserátio
act of mercy, compassion
misereátur
may he have mercy (subj. of miseréri)
miseréri
to have mercy on
misericórdia
mercy
miséricors
merciful
missus
(having been) sent, dismissed (past part. of míttere)
míttere
to send, to dismiss
modus
way, method
monére
to advise, guide
mónitus
(having been) guided (past part. of monére)
mons
mountain
moriéndum
dying (gerund of moríri)
moríri
to die
mors
death
mórtuus
dead (past part.of moríri)
multitúdo
crowd
multus
many
mundáre
to clean
mundásti
(thou) didst clean (perfect tense of mundáre)
mundus
world
múnera
(nominative or acc pl of munus)
múnere
(ablative of munus)
munéribus
(dative or ablative pl of munus)
muniámur
may we be defended (subj. passive of muníre)
muníre
to defend
munus
gift, bribe
mutáre
to change
mutátur
(it) is changed (present passive of mutáre)
mystérium
mystery
nasci
to be born
nati sunt
(they) were born (perfect tense of nasci)
natus
(having been) born (past part. of nasci)
ne
do not
necnon
in addition
negligéntia
negligence
neque
nor, and not
nihil
nothing
nimis
greatly
nobis
to us, for us (dative of nos)
nomen
name
non
not
nos
we, us
nóscere
to know
noster, nostra, nostrum
our (masculine, feminine and neuter)
notus
known (past part. of nóscere)
novus
new
numeráre
enumerate, count
nunc
now
nunquam
never
nuntiáre
announce
ob
on account of
oblátio
offering, sacrifice
obséquium
tribute
óbtuli
I have offered (irregular perfect tense of offérre)
óbtulit
(he) offered (irregular perfect tense of offérre)
obumbrátio
overshadowing
óculus
eye
odor
smell
offénsio
offence
offérre
offer
omnípotens
omnipotent
omnis
all
opus
work, help
oráre
to pray
orátio
prayer
orbis terrárum
world
orémus
let us pray (subj. of oráre)
oriebátur
(it) began (imperfect tense of oriri)
oríri
to begin, originate
orthodóxus
orthodox
os
mouth
osténdere
to show
óstium
gate
pacem
(acc of pax)
pacificáre
to make peaceful
pacis
(gen of pax)
panis
bread
Papa
Pope
pars
part, share
partem
(acc of pars)
párticeps
sharer
participátio
participation
pássio
passion, suffering
passus
having suffered (past part. of pati)
pater
father
paterétur
he was to suffer (imperfect subj. of pati)
pati
to suffer
patriárcha
patriarch
pax
peace
peccáre
to sin
peccátor
sinner
peccátum
sin
peccávi
I have sinned (perfect tense of peccáre)
per
through
percéptio
partaking
percípere
to perceive, attain
perdas
may you lose (subj of pérdere)
pérdere
to lose
perdúcat
may he lead (subj. of perdúcere)
perdúcere
to lead
perférre
to carry
perhibére
to present
perhibéret
he might present (subj. of perhibére)
permanéns
continuing (present part. of permanére)
permanére
to continue
permíttas
mayst thou allow (subj. of permíttere)
permíttere
to allow
perpétuus
everlasting
persóna
person
perturbátio
trouble, disturbance
pes
foot
pétere
to seek
piétas
loving kindness
placátus
having been pleased (past part. of placére)
pláceat
may it please (subj. of placére)
placére
to please
plebs
people
plenus
full
pónere
to place
postquam
after
potáre
to drink
potávi
I have drunk (perfect tense of potáre)
potéstas
power
potíssimum
especially
praecédere
to go before
praecéptum
precept, command
praecessérunt
(they) have gone before (perfect tense of praecédere)
praeclárus
outstanding, sublime
praedicáre
to praise
praeésse
to be present
praémium
reward
praeparáre
to prepare
praeparátus
having been prepared (past part. of praeparáre)
praesens
present (present part. of praeésse)
praestáre
to bestow, grant
praesúmere
to presume
praeteríre
to go past
praetéritus
over, past (past part. of praeteríre)
precári
to pray
précibus
(dative or ablative pl of prex)
prex
prayer
prídie quam
on the day before
primus
first
princípium
beginning
pro
for, on behalf of
procédere
to proceed
proésse
to be beneficial
profícere
to be of benefit
profíciat
may it benefit (subj. of profícere)
profúndere
to pour out, lavish
profúsus
(having been) lavished (past part. of profúndere)
promíssio
promise
promíssus
(having been) promised (past part. of promíttere)
promíttere
to promise
prophéta
prophet
propitiábilis
propitiatory
propítius
favourable
propríetas
separateness
próprius
one's own
propter
for, on behalf of
prosit
may it be beneficial (subj. of proésse)
protéctio
protection
provéniat
may (it) result (subj. of proveníre)
proveníre
to result
puer
boy, servant
purus
pure
quaérere
to ask
quam
(see under quem)
quaprópter
therefore
quare
why, wherefore?
quasi
such as
quem, quam, quod
whom (acc of qui, quae, quod)
qui, quae, quod
who, which (masculine, feminine and neuter)
quia
because
quibus
whom (dative or ablative plural of qui, quae, quod)
quid
what?
quidem
indeed
quiéscere
to rest
quo,qua
whom (dative or ablative singular of qui, quae, quod)
quóniam
since
quoque
also
quorum, quarum,
whose (gen pl of qui, quae, quod)
quos, quas, quae
whom (acc pl of qui, quae, quod)
quotidiánus
daily
quotídie
every day
quotiescúmque
as often as
quotquot
as many as
rápere
to take away, carry away
rationábilis
worthy
ratus
ratified
recepérunt
(they) received (perfect tense of recípere)
recípere
to receive
réddere
to render
redémptio
redemption
redímere
to redeem
refecérunt
(they) have revived (perfect tense of refícere)
refícere
to revive, renew
reformáre
to reform
reformásti
(thou) didst reform (perfect tense of reformáre)
refrigérium
coolness
regeneráre
to regenerate
régere
to rule
regnáre
to reign
regnum
kingdom
relínquere
to leave
relíquia
relic
remáneat
may (it) remain (subj. of remanére)
remanére
to remain
remédium
remedy, cure
remíssio
remission, forgiveness
reparáre
to restore
reparávit
(he) has restored (perfect tense of reparáre)
repéllere
to reject
repleámur
may we be filled (subj. passive of replére)
replére
to fill
repléta est
has been filled ( perfect passive tense of replére)
repulísti
you have rejected (perfect tense of repéllere)
réquies
rest
requiéscant
may they rest (subj. of requiéscere)
requiéscere
to rest
respícere
to look upon
respícias
mayst thou look upon (subj. of respícere)
resurgéndum
rising again (gerund of resúrgere)
resúrgere
to rise again
resúrgeret
(it) might rise again (imperfect subj. of resúrgere)
resurréctio
resurrection, rising again
resurréxit
he arose (perfect tense of resúrgere)
retríbuam
I shall give back (future tense of retribúere)
retribúere
to return, give back
retríbuit
he has given back (perfect tense of retribúere)
reveláre
to reveal, disclose
reverendus
reverend
rex
king
rogáre
to ask
sacérdos
priest
sacraméntum
sacrament
sacrifícium
sacrifice
sacrosánctus
most sacred
saéculum
century, age
salus
welfare, safety, salvation
salutáre
salvation
salutáris
saving
salúte
(ablative of salus)
salútem
(acc of salus)
salútis
(gen of salus)
salvátor
saviour
salvus
safe
sanábitur
(it) will be healed (future passive of sanáre)
sanáre
to heal
sanctificáre
to sanctify
sanctificátor
sanctifier
sanctificétur
may (it) be sanctified (subj. passive of sanctificáre)
sanctus
holy
sánguinem
(acc of sanguis)
sánguinis
(gen of sanguis)
sanguis
blood
scelus
crime, sin
scriptúra
writing, scripture
se
himself, herself, itself, themselves
secúndum
according to
secúrus
safe, secure
sed
but
sedére
to sit
semper
always
sempitérnus
eternal
sentíre
to hear, feel
separáre
to separate
sepelíre
to bury
sepúltus est
he was buried (perfect passive of sepelíre)
sequi
to follow
serénus
gracious
sérvitus
service
servus
servant
sic
thus
sicut, sicuti
like, just as
signum
sign
símilis
alike, similar
simul
at the same time
simul ac
at the same time as
simus
may we be (subj. of esse)
sine
without
singuláritas
singularity
sit
may (he, she, it) be (subj. of esse)
sócietas
company, friendship
sócius
communal
solus
alone
somnum
sleep
speráre
to hope
spes
hope
spíritus
spirit
stare
to stand
stetit
has stood (irregular perfect tense of stare)
suávitas
sweetness
sub
under
sublímis
high, sublime
substántia
substance
sui
his own (nominative pl of suus)
sum
I am (present tense of esse)
súmere
to take up, receive
summus
highest
sumpsérimus
(we) shall have received (future perfect tense of súmere)
sumpsi
I have received (perfect tense of súmere)
súmpsimus
we have received (perfect tense of súmere)
sunt
(they) are (present tense of esse)
super
upon
supérnus
supernal, celestial
supplex
suppliant
súpplices
(nominative pl of supplex)
súpplicis
(gen of supplex)
supra
above, upon
sursum
upwards
suscípere
to receive, accept
suscipiámur
may we be received (subj. passive of suscípere)
suscípiat
may he receive (subj. of suscípere)
suus, sua, suum
his, her, its own
tabernáculum
tent, tabernacle
tam
so, such
tantum
only
te
thee (acc and ablative of tu)
tectum
roof
tecum
with thee
temporális
temporary, transient
tempus
time
ténebrae
darkness
tentátio
temptation
terra
land
terréstris
earthly
tértius
third
testaméntum
testament
testimónium
witness
thronus
throne
tibi
to thee (dative of tu)
tóllere
to take away
tóllitur
(it) is taken away (present passive of tóllere)
tótius
of all (irregular gen of totus)
totus
all
trémere
to tremble
tríbuat
may he grant (subj. of tribúere)
tribúere
to grant
Trínitas
Trinity
tristis
sad
tu
thou
tui
of thee (gen of tu)
tutaméntum
safeguard
tuus, tua, tuum
thy
ubíque
everywhere
una
together
unde
wherefore, whence
unigénitus
only begotten
únitas
unity
uníus
of one (irregular gen of unus)
univérsus
universal
unus, una, unum
one
ut, uti
that, so that
utílitas
benefit
valére
to have strength
vel
or
venerábilis
venerable
veneráre
to venerate
venerátio
veneration
vénia
pardon
véniat
may it come (subj. of veníre)
veníre
to come
venit
he comes, he came (present or perfect tense of veníre)
ventúrus
coming, to come (future part. of veníre)
verbum
word
vere
truly
véritas
truth
verus
true
vespertínus
of the evening
vester, vestra, vestrum
your
vestri, vestrum
of you (gen of vos)
vidére
to see
vídimus
we have seen (perfect tense of vidére)
vincébat
(he) was victorious (imperfect tense of víncere)
víncere
to win, overcome
vincerétur
(he) might be overcome (subj. passive of víncere)
vinum
wine
vir
man (in sense of male)
virgínitas
virginity
virgo
virgin
virtus
strength
víscera
internal organs, inward parts
visíbilis
visible
visibíliter
visibly
vita
life
vítium
vice
vívere
to live
vivificábis
(thou) wilt give life (future tense of vivificáre)
vivificáre
to give life
vivificásti
(thou) didst give life (perfect tense of vivificáre)
vivus
alive
vobis
to you, for you (dative or ablative of vos)
vobiscum
with you
volúntas
will
vos
you
votum
vow, prayer
vox
voice
vultus
face