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Dictionary Latin English: brother in law

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NOUN   a brother-in-law | brothers-in-law
affinis {m}brother-in-law
Partial Matches
nurus {f}daughter-in-law
socer {m}father-in-law
Unverified socerus {m}father-in-law
affinis {f}sister-in-law
gener {m}son-in-law
frater {m}brother
lex {f}law
causa {f}law-suit
ius Non sub homine, sed sub Deo et legeNot under man, but under God and the law
revera {adv}in fact
abante {adv}in front
Unverified rursus {adv}in return
Unverified rursus {adv}in turn
frustra {adv}in vain
in cassum {adv}in vain
abundare [1]to abound in
Unverified inflare [1]to blow in
exsultare [1]to exult in
admittere [3]to let in
in nuce {adv}in a nutshell
relig. sub utraqua speciein both kinds
ante {prep}in front of
nuper {adv}in recent years
eatenus {adv}in so far
vespertino {adv}in the evening
Unverified quantopere {adv}in what degree
Unverified quomodo {adv}in what way
adumbratim {adv}sketched in shadow
daedalus {adj}skilful in creating
adamare [1]to fall in love
accusitare [1]to persist in accusing
imperator {m}commander-in-chief
litt. F Unverified Asterix apud BritannosAsterix in Britain
mane {adv}(early) in the morning
sagatus {adj}clothed in a sagum
abhorride {adv}in an unfit manner
coram {adv}in front of everybody
actitare [1]to be employed in much
Unverified actitare [1]to be employed in often
aucupari [1]to lie in wait for
ius Unverified contradicere [3]to put in a caveat
campsare [1]to turn around in place
declamatio {f}practice in public speaking
Punicanus {adj}made in the Punic manner
Punicanus {adj}made in the Punic style
Unverified Lux lucet in tenebris.The light shines in darkness.
vacillare [1]to be in a weak condition
pullatus {adj}clad in dirty or black garments
bacchabundus {adj}revelling in the manner of Bacchantes
Unverified bacchatim {adv}riotously in the manner of Bacchantes
adoptaticius {adj}received in the place of a child
bacchabundus {adj}reveling in the manner of Bacchantes [Am.]
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