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Dictionary Latin English: [or]

Translation 1 - 18 of 18

LatinEnglish
tertio {adv}thrice [archaic or literary]
anim. herb. tomentosus {adj}tomentose [covered with down or felt-like]
litt. theatrum Babae!Wow! [exclamation of surprise or amazement]
Verbs
adcommodare [1]to adapt [oneself, to another's wishes or opinions]
agr. relig. mactare [1]to kill [esp. animals for food or sacrifice]
Nouns
crystallum {n}[anything made of or similar to crystal]
asellus {m}[sea fish much prized by the Romans, cod or haddock]
abaculus {m}[small cube or tile of colored glass for making ornamental pavements]
ocellatus {m}[small stone marked with eyes or spots]
vest. instita {f}border [of a dress or tunic]
quadrivium {n}crossroads [treated as sg. or pl.]
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]
matercula {f}mother [small or elderly]
vest. instita {f}train [of a dress or tunic]
2 Words
abacinare [1]to make blind [especially by using a red-hot iron rod or basin]
5+ Words
abacinare [1]remove the power of sight [especially by using a red-hot iron rod or basin]
funes {m.pl} antariicables for raising a scaffold [or stage, mast, etc.]
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