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Dictionary Latin English: [a]

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districtus {adj}busy [with a lot to do]
negotiosus {adj}busy [with a lot to do]
obcupatus {adj}busy [with a lot to do]
occupatus {adj}busy [with a lot to do]
operosus {adj}busy [with a lot to do]
ablaqueare [1][to turn up the earth round a tree, in order to form a trench for water]
ius abdicare [1]to renounce [a throne]
Bibrax {n}[Bibrax, a town of the Remi in central Gaul]
baca {f}[link of a chain in the shape of a berry]
bacca {f}[link of a chain in the shape of a berry]
petasus {m}[something in the shape of a cap on a building]
lamina {f}blade [of a knife, sword, saw]
lamna {f}blade [of a knife, sword, saw]
vest. instita {f}border [of a dress or tunic]
crimen {n}cause [of a crime]
Daci {m.pl}Dacians [a people on the lower Danube]
Dalmatae {m.pl}Dalmatians [a people on the East coast of the Adriatic]
vest. instita {f}flounce [of a dress or tunic]
lustrum {n}lustrum [a period of five years]
versoria {f}rope [that guides a sail]
mach. coclea {f}screw [of a press]
senio {m}six [on a die]
vest. instita {f}train [of a dress or tunic]
2 Words: Verbs
abacinare [1]to make blind [especially by using a red-hot iron rod or basin]
ablegare [1]to send away [on a mission]
ablegare [1]to send off [on a mission]
3 Words: Verbs
maritare [1]to give in marriage [to a man]
5+ Words: Others
palmipedalis {adj}a foot and a palm in breadth
palmipedalis {adj}a foot and a palm in height
Sum quod eris.I am what you will be. [motto on a gravestone]
sesquipedalis {adj}of a foot and a half
5+ Words: Verbs
abacinare [1]remove the power of sight [especially by using a red-hot iron rod or basin]
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