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Dictionary Latin English: [the]

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sinistra {adv}left [to / on the left]
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]
asellus {m}[sea fish much prized by the Romans, cod or haddock]
Dacia {f}[the country of the Daci]
crimen {n}accusation [in respect to the accuser]
matertera {f}aunt [on the maternal side]
crimen {n}calumny [in respect to the accuser]
crimen {n}charge [in respect to the accuser]
crimen {n}crime [in respect to the accused]
Daci {}Dacians [a people on the lower Danube]
Dalmatae {}Dalmatians [a people on the East coast of the Adriatic]
crimen {n}fault [in respect to the accused]
ling. littera {f}letter [of the alphabet]
anat. Unverified palpebra {f}lid [of the eye]
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]
crimen {n}reproach [in respect to the accuser]
crimen {n}slander [in respect to the accuser]
2 Words
Unverified quanto ... tantothe ... the [e.g. the bigger the better]
5+ Words
Unverified O quam cito transit gloria mundi.How quickly the glory of the world passes away.
ab aeternosince the beginning of the time
Dosis (sola) facit venenum.The dose (alone) makes the poison.
Unverified Sic transit gloria mundi.Thus passes the glory of the world.
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