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Dictionary Latin English: [in]

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alienigenus {adj}alien [born in another country]
ablaqueare [1][to turn up the earth round a tree, in order to form a trench for water]
Bibrax {n}[Bibrax, a town of the Remi in central Gaul]
Dodona {f}[city in Epirus]
geogr. Unverified Lesbos {f}[island in the Aegean Sea]
geogr. Unverified Lesbus {f}[island in the Aegean Sea]
baca {f}[link of a chain in the shape of a berry]
bacca {f}[link of a chain in the shape of a berry]
geogr. Unverified Neapolis {f}[maritime city in Campania, now Naples]
Unverified Cephaloedis {f}[small fortified town in Sicily, now Cefali]
Unverified Cephaloedium {n}[small fortified town in Sicily, now Cefali]
petasus {m}[something in the shape of a cap on a building]
crimen {n}accusation [in respect to the accuser]
crimen {n}calumny [in respect to the accuser]
crimen {n}charge [in respect to the accuser]
crimen {n}crime [in respect to the accused]
crimen {n}fault [in respect to the accused]
crimen {n}misdeed [in respect to the accused]
crimen {n}offence [Br.] [in respect to the accused]
crimen {n}offense [Am.] [in respect to the accused]
octobralia {n.pl} [rec.]Oktoberfest [annual festival in Munich, Germany]
crimen {n}reproach [in respect to the accuser]
crimen {n}slander [in respect to the accuser]
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