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Dictionary Latin English: [of]

Translation 1 - 64 of 64

infinitus {adj}endless [of time]
invidus {adj}jealous [of]
lividus {adj}jealous [of]
malignus {adj}jealous [of]
abactius {adj}rustled [of cattle]
abactius {adj}stolen [of cattle]
venerabilis {adj}venerable [worthy of honor]
litt. theatrum Babae!Wow! [exclamation of surprise or amazement]
Caunus {f}[ancient town on the coast of Caria]
crystallum {n}[anything made of or similar to crystal]
Bibrax {n}[Bibrax, a town of the Remi in central Gaul]
dodra {f}[drink composed of nine ingredients]
myth. Aquilo {m}[husband of Orithyia and father of Calais and Zetes]
baca {f}[link of a chain in the shape of a berry]
bacca {f}[link of a chain in the shape of a berry]
Dodona {f}[sacred oak-grove of Dodona]
abaculus {m}[small cube or tile of colored glass for making ornamental pavements]
Algidus {m}[snow-capped mountain south-east of Rome, now: Monte Compatri]
petasus {m}[something in the shape of a cap on a building]
Dacia {f}[the country of the Daci]
geogr. Larinum {n}[town of Samnium, now Larino]
assignatio {f}allotment [of land]
labea {f}axle [part of an oil-press]
labia {f}axle [part of an oil-press]
lamina {f}blade [of a knife, sword, saw]
lamna {f}blade [of a knife, sword, saw]
tergum {m}body [of an animal]
vest. instita {f}border [of a dress or tunic]
crimen {n}cause [of a crime]
hist. confarreatio {f}confarreation [ancient solemn manner of marrying among the Romans]
Dalmatae {m.pl}Dalmatians [a people on the East coast of the Adriatic]
vest. instita {f}flounce [of a dress or tunic]
stadium {n}furlong [distance of 125 paces or 625 Roman feet or 606 feet 9 inches]
anim. haedilia {f}kid [of the goat]
herb. pollex {m}knob [of a tree]
geogr. Unverified Lipsia {f} [den.]Leipzic [old spelling of Leipzig]
ling. littera {f}letter [of the alphabet]
anat. palpebra {f}lid [of the eye]
lustrum {n}lustrum [a period of five years]
matricida {m}matricide [killer of own mother]
Narcissus {m}Narcissus [freedman of Claudius]
Narcissus {m}Narcissus [son of Cephisus and the nymph Liriope]
herb. pollex {m}protuberance [of a tree]
confirmatio {f}quieting [of a wavering, fearful mind]
abactus {m}rustling [stealing of cattle]
mach. coclea {f}screw [of a press]
membrana {f}slough [of snakes]
petiolus {m}stalk [of fruits]
petiolus {m}stem [of fruits]
herb. pollex {m}stump [of a vine branch]
vest. instita {f}train [of a dress or tunic]
2 Words: Nouns
Lares {m.pl} permarinimarine Lares [guardian deities of those who travel by sea]
3 Words: Others
Cavendo tutus.Safe by caution. [Motto of the house of Cavendish]
3 Words: Nouns
damnatio {f}obligation to pay [of an heir]
bicorniger {m}the two-horned [epithet of Bacchus]
5+ Words: Others
Ianuarius {adj}of the month of January
Maius {adj}of the month of May
crocotarius {adj}of the preparation of saffron-colored garments
pedalis {adj}of the size of a foot
pedaneus {adj}of the size of a foot
Larinas {adj}of the town of Larinum
5+ Words: Nouns
corrivatio {f}drawing together of streams of water
conversio {f}repetition of the same word at the end of a clause
palaestricus {m}teacher of the art of wrestling
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