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Dictionary Latin English: To

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LatinEnglish
apud {prep}next to
iuxta {prep}next to
secus {prep}next to
2 Words: Verbs
accommodare [1]to accommodate to
adcommodare [1]to accommodate to
accommodare [1]to adapt to
adcommodare [1]to adapt to
accommodare [1]to adjust to
adcommodare [1]to adjust to
adalligare [1]to attach to
adaequare [1]to attain to
accurare [1]to attend to
adalligare [1]to bind to
adaequare [1] [fig.]to compare to
accommodare [1]to conform to
adcommodare [1]to conform to
adalligare [1]to fasten to
accorporare [1]to fit to
adcorporare [1]to fit to
petere [+acc.] [3]to go to
debere [2]to have to
se adclinare [1]to incline to
accorporare [1]to join to
adcorporare [1]to join to
auscultare [1]to listen to
respicere [3]to look to
velle [irreg.]to want (to)
3 Words: Others
pennipotens {adj}able to fly
fataliter {adv}according to fate
ebriosus {adj}addicted to drunkenness
sarcinarius {adj}belonging to baggage
sponsalis {adj}belonging to betrothal
genetivus {adj}belonging to birth
textorius {adj}belonging to braiding
pransorius {adj}belonging to breakfast
sarcinarius {adj}belonging to burdens
semitarius {adj}belonging to byways
vocativus {adj}belonging to calling
latruncularius {adj}belonging to chess
puellatorius {adj}belonging to children
textrinus {adj}belonging to construction
theoricus {adj}belonging to contemplation
latruncularius {adj}belonging to draughts
sponsalis {adj}belonging to espousal
fatalis {adj}belonging to fate
paternus {adj}belonging to forefathers
quaestuarius {adj}belonging to gain
genetivus {adj}belonging to generation
dativus {adj}belonging to giving
ling. grammaticus {adj}belonging to grammar
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