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Dictionary Latin English: having two parts

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bicips {adj}having two parts
Partial Matches
bicolor {adj}having two colors
bicolorus {adj}having two colors
dimidiare [1]to divide into two equal parts
bibrevis {adj}having meter consisting of two short syllables
anat. pubes {f}private parts
angularis {adj}having angles
angularis {adj}having corners
dentatus {adj}having teeth
Unverified incurvatus {past-p}having been bowed
plenipotens {adj}having full power
caesariatus {adj}having long hair
multangulus {adj}having many angles
multiangulus {adj}having many angles
ramosus {adj}having many branches
multanimis {adj}having much courage
multanimis {adj}having much spirit
indotatus {adj}having no portion
triangulus {adj}having three angles
triangulus {adj}having three corners
tridens {adj}having three teeth
tridens {adj}having three tines
vigintiangulus {adj}having twenty angles
centiceps {adj}having a hundred heads
obtusiangulus {adj}having an obtuse angle
compotens {adj}having power with one
ducentitwo hundred
ducentesimus {adj}two hundredth
duplex {adj}two-faced
bicips {adj}two-fold
bicips {adj}two-headed
biennium {n}two years {pl}
biennalis {adj}continuing two years
biennis {adj}lasting two years
bipedalis {adj}measuring two feet
bicolor {adj}of two colors
bicolorus {adj}of two colors
bipedalis {adj}of two feet
bimestris {adj}of two months
biennalis {adj}of two years
biennis {adj}of two years
bipedalis {adj}two feet broad
bipedalis {adj}two feet long
bipedaneus {adj}two feet long
bipedalis {adj}two feet thick
bipedaneus {adj}two feet thick
bipedaneus {adj}two feet wide
bimestris {adj}two months old
bicips {adj}with two summits
furca {f}two-pronged fork
bimestris {adj}of two months' duration
disicere [3]to separate into two halves
biennium {n}period of two years
biennium {n}space of two years
bipedale {n}two feet long flagstone
bipedale {n}two feet long tile
biclinium {n}dining couch for two persons
bicorniger {m}the two-horned [epithet of Bacchus]
litt. F Fabula de Urbibus DuabusA Tale of Two Cities [Charles Dickens]
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