All Languages    |   EN   SV   IS   RU   RO   FR   IT   PT   SK   NL   HU   FI   LA   ES   BG   HR   NO   CS   DA   TR   PL   EO   SR   EL   |   SK   FR   HU   PL   NL   SQ   ES   IS   RU   SV   NO   FI   IT   CS   DA   PT   HR   BG   RO   |   more ...

Dictionarium latino-anglicum

BETA Latin-English translation for: coniugatio prima -- ā -- amo
  Options | Tips | FAQ | Abbreviations

LoginSign Up
Home|About/Extras|Vocab Trainer|Subjects|Users|Forum|Contribute!
BETA! This vocabulary is currently being built up from scratch. We need your help: Please review or record entries!

Dictionary Latin English: coniugatio prima ā amo

Translation 1 - 62 of 62

Full phrase not found.» Report missing translation
Partial Matches
ling. coniugatio {f}conjugation
a dextra {adv}right
a tergo {adv}behind
accusatorius {adj}of a public / professional prosecutor
cantherinus {adj}belonging to a horse
cantherinus {adj}like a horse
cantherinus {adj}of a horse
centiceps {adj}having a hundred heads
centiens {adv}a hundred times
centies {adv}a hundred times
duoa couple of
Unverified gradatim {adv}one step at a time
infitialis {adj}containing a denial
maternus {adj}of a mother
nuptialis {adj}of a marriage
nuptialis {adj}of a wedding
Unverified paenulatus {adj}wearing a paenula
paludatus {adj}with a military cloak
puellaris {adj}of a young girl
sagatus {adj}clothed in a sagum
sceptrifer {adj}bearing a scepter
vaccinus {adj}of a cow
ius abdicare [1]to withhold a right
aberrare [1]to forget for a time
aberrare [1]to make a mistake
abiugare [1]to loose from a yoke
ablegare [1]to keep at a distance
abstare [1]to stand at a distance
acclamare [1]to raise a cry at
accumulare [1]to add to a heap
ius accusare [1]to charge with a crime
accusare [1]to make a complaint against
accussare [1]to charge with a crime
accussare [1]to make a complaint against
adclamare [1]to raise a cry at
adcumulare [1]to add to a heap
med. Unverified algescere [3]to catch a chill
med. Unverified algescere [3]to catch a cold
med. Unverified algescere [3]to contract a cold
med. Unverified algescere [3]to get a cold
med. Unverified algescere [3]to take a chill
med. Unverified algescere [3]to take a cold
aucupari [1]to lay a trap for
campsare [1]to double (a cape)
ius Unverified contradicere [3]to make a plea
ius Unverified contradicere [3]to put in a caveat
baca {f}fruit of a tree
bacca {f}fruit of a tree
carina {f}bottom of a ship
decessio {f}a going away
a dextra {adv}from the right
bomba {f} atomica [rec.]A-bomb
accusatorius {adj}belonging to a public / professional prosecutor
adoptaticius {adj}received in the place of a child
abiudicare [1]to take away by a judicial sentence
ablaqueare [1]to loosen the soil around a tree
vacillare [1]to be in a weak condition
ab aeterno {adv}since a very long time ago
Caput mihi dolet.I have a headache.
Unverified ablaqueare [1]to form a trench for water around a tree
in nuce {adv}in a nutshell
Feel free to link to this translation! Permanent link:
Hint: Double-click next to phrase to retranslate — To translate another word just start typing!
Search time: 0.290 sec


Contribute to the Dictionary: Add a Translation

Do you know English-Latin translations not listed in this dictionary? Please tell us by entering them here!
Before you submit, please have a look at the guidelines. If you can provide multiple translations, please post one by one. Make sure to provide useful source information. Important: Please also help by verifying other suggestions!

To avoid spam or junk postings you will be asked to log in
or specify your e-mail address after you submit this form.
English more...
Word Class more...
(Source, URL)
New Window

back to top | home© 2002 - 2020 Paul Hemetsberger | contact / privacy
Latin-English online dictionary (Dictionarium latino-anglicum) developed to help you share your knowledge with others. More information
Links to this dictionary or to single translations are very welcome! Questions and Answers