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Dictionary Latin English: on the contrary

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SYNO   contrarily | contrariwise ... 
Unverified rursus {adv}on the contrary
Partial Matches
Unverified rursus {adv}on the other hand
de {prep}on
adventare [1]to come on
accommodare [1]to hang on
Unverified adcommodare [1]to hang on
accommodare [1]to lay on
Unverified adcommodare [1]to lay on
accommodare [1]to put on
adcommodare [1]to put on
accubare [1]to recline on
Unverified compensare [1]to weigh (on)
Unverified vita proceditlife goes on
Unverified quam ob rem {adv}on that account
Unverified quamobrem {adv}on that account
abiurare [1]to deny on oath
acclinare [1]to lean on something
adclinare [1]to lean on something
acclinare [1]to rest on something
Unverified adclinare [1]to rest on something
Unverified quam ob rem {adv}on account of this
Unverified quamobrem {adv}on account of this
ablocare [1]to let out on hire
cit. Forsan et haec olim meminisse iuvabit. [Virgil]Perhaps someday we will look back on these things with joy.
ad sinistram {adv}to the left
ad dextramto the right
litt. Unverified cancer {m}the South [Ovid]
litt. cancer {n}the South [Ovid]
Unverified usque {adv} [not comparable]all the way
Cave canem!Beware the dog!
ab initio {adv}from the beginning
a dextra {adv}from the right
anat. pulmoneus {adj}of the lungs
geogr. Unverified erythraeum mare {n}the Red Sea
geogr. Unverified rubrum mare {n}the Red Sea
Mea ratio debiti, quaeso!The bill please! [Br.]
mane {adv}(early) in the morning
anat. Unverified subalaris {adj}carrying under the arm
manualis {adj}fitted to the hand
Unverified perendiethe day after tomorrow
nudius tertius {adv}the day before yesterday
Unverified void ab initiovoid from the start
Unverified vortex {m}crown of the head
anat. Unverified auricilla {f}lobe of the ear
Unverified Semper et ubique idemAlways and everywhere the same
Punicanus {adj}made in the Punic manner
Punicanus {adj}made in the Punic style
bacchari [1]to celebrate the festival of Bacchus
bicorniger {m}the two-horned [epithet of Bacchus]
Fames artium magistra.Hunger is the teacher of skills.
relig. Unverified Sit vis tecum!May the force be with you!
Unverified cum diabolus cogit necessitas cogit,needs must when the devil drives
adoptaticius {adj}received in the place of a child
bacchabundus {adj}reveling in the manner of Bacchantes [Am.]
bacchabundus {adj}revelling in the manner of Bacchantes
Unverified bacchatim {adv}riotously in the manner of Bacchantes
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.
Unverified abnoctare [1]to pass the night abroad from home
ablaqueare [1]to loosen the soil around a tree
abnoctare [1]to spend the night abroad from home
accumulare [1]to heap up earth around the roots of plants
adcumulare [1]to heap up earth around the roots of plants
Unverified Bacchanal {n}shrine where the rites of Bacchus were celebrated
Unverified Bacchanal {n}site where the rites of Bacchus were celebrated
Unverified O quam cito transit gloria mundi.How quickly the glory of the world passes away.
ius Non sub homine, sed sub Deo et legeNot under man, but under God and the law
F Harrius Potter et Philosophi LapisHarry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone [Br.] [J. K. Rowling]
Unverified abacinare [1]remove the power of sight [especially by using a red-hot iron rod or basin]
Unverified quanto ... tantothe ... the [e.g. the bigger the better]
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