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Dictionary Latin English: [1]

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Latin English
ambulare [1]
to walk
cantare [1]
to sing
abacinare [1]to make blind [especially by using a red-hot iron rod or basin]
abacinare [1]remove the power of sight [especially by using a red-hot iron rod or basin]
abaestuare [1]to wave down richly
abalienare [1]to abstract
abalienare [1]to alienate
abalienare [1]to detach
abalienare [1]to estrange
abalienare [1]to remove
abalienare [1]to separate
abalienare [1]make alien [from someone]
abalienare [1]make hostile
abalienare [1]to dispose of
ius abalienare [1]give up possession
ius abalienare [1]to transfer by sale
abbreviare [1]to abbreviate
abbreviare [1]to abridge
abbreviare [1]to epitomize
abbreviare [1]to shorten
abbreviare [1]to weaken
abbreviare [1]to break off
abdicare [1]to condemn
abdicare [1]to deny
abdicare [1]to disallow
abdicare [1]to forbid
abdicare [1]to refuse
abdicare [1]to reject
ius abdicare [1]to renounce [a throne]
abdicare [1]to disapprove of
ius abdicare [1]to withhold a right
abequitare [1]to ride away
aberrare [1]to aberr
aberrare [1]to aberrate
aberrare [1]to deviate
aberrare [1]to digress
aberrare [1]to err
aberrare [1]to deviate from
aberrare [1]to get lost
aberrare [1]to go astray
aberrare [1]to go wrong
aberrare [1]to seek distraction
aberrare [1]to stray from
aberrare [1]to wander from
aberrare [1]to make a mistake
aberrare [1]to forget for a time
abiudicare [1]to deny
abiudicare [1]to refuse
abiudicare [1]to reject
abiudicare [1]to adjudge away
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