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a ab abs
(prep + abl) in connection with, with regard to.
a ab abs
(prep + abl) numbers - counting from
a ab abs
(prep + abl) separation - out of (one out of many).
a ab abs
(prep + abl) space- from, away from.
a ab abs
(prep + abl) time - from, since, after.
a ab abs
(prep + abl) with passive verbs - by, because.
abalienato
transfer of property, alienation
abavus
great-great-grandfather
abbas abbatis
father / abbot.
abbatia
abbey, monastery.
abdico
to renounce, reject / abdicate / disapprove of
abdo
put away, remove / hide, conceal.
abdomen
belly / gluttony.
abduco
to lead, or take away/ detach, withdraw.
abeo
to digress / change / vanish, disappear.
abeo
to go away, retire / depart from life, die.
abeo
to pass, to have been
aberro
to wander, deviate, escape.
abhinc
ago, back from now.
abicio
to thrown down, dispense with, get rid of / dishearten, weaken.
abiego
to send away, send off.
abigo
to drive off, drive away, rustle cattle, steal.
abiungo
to unharnass/ separate, detach.
abiuro
to deny by oath.
abluo
to wash clean.
abnego
to deny, refuse.
abnepos
great-great-grandson.
abnocto
to spend the night out, to stay away all night.
aboleo
to destroy, abolish, annul, do away with, obliterate.
abolesco
to die, perish, vanish.
aborior
to set (as in "the sun sets").
abortio
miscarriage.
abortivus
one prematurely born.
abrogo
to repeal, annul, remove, take away.
abrumpo
to break off, sever, remove, dissociate, separate.
abruptio
separation, divorce.
abscido
to cut off, to separate, take away.
absconditus
hidden, concealed.
abscondo
to hide, conceal, secrete.
absens, absentis
(adj.) absent, missing, away, gone.
absisto
to go away, desist.
absit
"god forbid, "let it be far from the hearts of the faithful"
absorbeo
to swallow, gulp down, carry away, engross.
absque
(+ ablative) without, except
abstergo
to wipe off, clean away.
abstulo
to take away, withdraw.
absum
to be absent, be away, be missing.
abundans
abundant, overflowing, abounding in.
abundantia
abundance, bounty, plenty
abutor
to make full use of, to abuse.
abutor
to use abusive language / use a word incorrectly.
ac
=atque and
accedo
to approach, come near /(things) to be added.
accelero
to quicken, hasten, speed / accelerate.
accendo
to kindle, illuminate, inflame.
acceptius
suitable for receiving
acceptus
welcome, pleasant, agreeable.
accido
to fall down / to happen, occur / to hack, hew / to ruin, destroy
accipio
cepi, ceptum, receive, accept
accipio
to consider oneself indebted, receive, learn, take.
accommodo
to adjust, adapt, accommodate oneself.
accusator
accusor, plaintiff.
accuso
to accuse, blame, find fault with.
acer
sharp, keen, eager, severe, fierce.
acerbitas
harshness, bitterness.
acerbus
bitter, gloomy, dark.
acervus
a heap, mass.
acidus
sharp, sour.
acies
keeness, edge, sharpness, battle-line, battlefield.
acquiro
to acquire, gain, get, obtain.
acsi
as if, (Herimann p. 283, 293).
adamo
to fall in love with, find pleasure in.
adapto
adapt, adjust, make ready, or fit.
adaugeo
to make greater, add, increase.
addo
to give, bring, place, / inspire, cause,/ add, join.
adduco
to lead, induce, persuade.
ademptio
a taking away.
adeo
(adverb) so far, to that point, so much, so long, etc.
adeo
to approach, visit, come to, undertake.
adeo
to such a point, such an extent, so far, so long.
adeptio
attainment, obtaining, achievement.
adepto
to obtain, get, acquire.
adfectus affectus
(fr. adficio) influenced, worked upon.
adfero affero
to bring news, report / apply, bring to bear.
adfero affero
to cause, bring about, contribute.
adficio
to affect, afflict, weaken, sap, exhaust, drain.
adflicto affligo
to injure, weaken, discourage, damage, break.
adhaero
to hang to, stick to, adhere.
adhuc
till then, till now, still, even now, besides, also, yet.
adicio
to direct, address, apply / to throw to.
adimpleo
to fulfill, perform.
adinventitias
(?) Herimann, cap 2.
adipiscor
to come up to, overtake, obtain.
adiuvo
to help, aid, assist.
adjicio
4, to add, to turn towards, move towards, suggest
adjungo
to join connect
administratio
giving of help, administration, government.
admiratio
wonder, astonishment, surprise, admiration.
admiror
to wonder at, admire, marvel at.
admitto
to admit, receive.
admoneo
admonish, advise.
admonitio
warning, reminder. (insult
admoveo
to move to, bring up, apply.
adnuo
to nod assent.
adopto
to wish for oneself, adopt, select, pick out.
adservio
to aid, help, assist.
adsidue assidue
continuously, without remission.
adstringo
(persons) bind, oblige, (+ refl.) commit oneself to
adstringo
to draw together, tighten, compress, compact /
adsuesco assuesco
to grow accustomed to, used to, make familiar.
adsuetudo
custom, habit.
adsum
to assist, be present, be near, be in attendance,
adsumo (assumo)
to take to oneself, claim, appropriate, call.
aduentus
arrival
adulatio
fawning, flattery, sycophancy, buttering up.
adulescens
young man, youth, lad.
adulescentia
youth
adultus
(adj.) grown up, mature, adult, of age.
aduro (adustum)
to set fire to, burn, singe, kindle, light.
advenio
to come, arrive, reach.
adversor
to oppose, resist, fight back.
adversus
(adj.) facing, opposite, opposing. / unfortunate.
adversus
(prep. + acc.) toward, against, facing.
adverto
to turn towards, direct one's attention to, attract.
advoco
to summon, call / call in an advisor.
aedificium edificium
building, structure.
aeger eger
sick, ill.
aegre egre
(adv.) hardly, scarcely, with difficulty, laboriously.
aegresco egresco
to fall ill, become troubled, grow worse.
aegretudo egretudo
sickness, mental illness.
aegrotatio egrotatio
sickness, illness.
aegrus
ill, diseased, unwell.
aeneus eneus
made of copper or bronze, brazen.
aequitas equitas
justice, fairness, equity.
aequus, equus
level, even, calm, equal, favorable, just.
aer, aeris
air, atmosphere, ether, weather.
aestas estas
summer.
aestivus estivus
pertaining to summer.
aestus estus
heat, tide.
aetas
an age, stage, period of life, time, era.
aeternus eternus
eternal, everlasting, without end.
affero
(adfero) to bring, give, impart, turn over
ager (agri)
farm, field, acre.
ager
land, countryside, fields.
aggero
to make a mound, heap up, increase.
aggredior
to go to, approach, address, attack.
agito
to put in motion, move, rouse
agnitio
recognition, knowledge.
agnosco
acknowledge.
agnosco
to know again, recognize, report, understand, admit/
agnosco
to recognize, understand, perceive/
ago (egi actum )
to spend time, live / manage, drive, lead.
ait
he says.
aiunt
they say.
alibi
else where, in other respects
alienus
somebody else's, foreign, alien, strange, different.
alii ... alii
some ... others.
alioqui
(adv.) otherwise.
alioquin
(adv.) otherwise, in some respects / in general.
aliqua
some.
aliquando
at any time, sometimes, occasionally, at last.
aliquanta
(adj.) moderate, or some size.
aliquanto
somewhat, considerably.
aliquantum
(noun) a good deal.
aliquantus
(adj.) of some size, moderate.
aliqui
some.
aliquid
someone, somebody, something.
aliquis
someone, anyone, anything, (adv.) in any respect.
aliquo
(adv.) in some direction.
aliquot
some, several.
aliquotiens
some times.
aliquoties
[sic](adverb) several times
alius alia aliud
other, another, someone else, something else.
allatus (=adfero)
having been brought.
allec
herrings
alo (alui altum)
nourish, cherish, support, sustain, maintain, keep.
alquod
some.
alter ... alter
the one ... the other.
alter
(adv.) otherwise.
alter altera alterum
the second, the other one.
altus
high, deep.
alumno
nurseling, student, disciple
alveus
hollow, basket, bed (of a river).
amaritudo
bitterness.
ambitus
border, edge, extent / going around, circuit.
ambulo
to walk.
amicitia
friendship
amiculum
cloak, cape.
amicus
friend, comrade.
amissus
loss.
amita
father's sister, paternal aunt.
amitto
to dismiss, send away, lose, let slip away.
amo
to love, like, be fond of, cherish.
amoena
pleasant [of a place].
amoenitas
pleasantness [of a place].
amor
love, affection, infatuation, passion.
amotio
removal
amoveo
to move away, remove, take out, shift.
amplector
to embrace, surround.
amplexus
an embracing, surrounding, loving embrace, [euphemism]
amplio
to enlarge, increase, improve.
amplitudo
size, breadth, dignity, grandeur, greatness.
amplus
large, spacious, ample / great important, honorable.
an
(adv.) or "Are you going OR are you staying?"
ancilla
maidservant, also used by nuns to decribe themselves.
andron
corridor, aisle.
anethum
dill, anise.
angelus
angel.
angulus
corner, niche.
angustus
narrow, limited, strait, tight, constricted.
animadverto
to turn the mind to, take notice of, see, perceive.
animi
at heart.
animosus
-a,-um courageous, ardent, passionate, furious
animus
character, intellect, memory, consciousness, often = mind.
animus
courage, vivacity, bravery, will, spirit, soul.
annona
yearly produce, grain crop / price of grain / cost of living
annullo
to obliterate, destroy, annihilate.
annuo
to allow, grant, promise / designate.
annuo
to nod, consent, give assent to / approve, favor.
annus
year
ansa
a handle
anser
goose.
ante
(prep. + acc.) before/ in front of/ (adv.) before, previously.
antea
(adv.) before, previously, formerly.
antepono
(+ dat.) put before, prefer, favor, promote.
antequam
before (in time)
antiquus
ancient, old, hoary,
aperio
to uncover, lay bare, reveal, make clear.
aperito
F, an opening
aperte
openly, frankly.
apertio
f, an opening
apostolus
(legal) notice sent to a higher tribunal / ecc. Apostle.
apparatus
equipment, gear, machinery/ splendor, magnificence.
appareo
to become visible, appear, manifest
appello
to call, name, summon.
appello
to land
appono
to appoint a person, to add something.
appono
to place near, put to, serve, put on the table.
appositus
placed near, approaching, appropriate, appositively.
approbo
to approve
appropinquo
(+ dat.) to near, drawn near, come close, approach.
apto
to fit, approve.
aptus
fitted, connected, fastened / prepared, fitted out.
aptus
suitable, appropriate, fitting.
apud
(prep. + acc.) among, in the presence of, at, at the house of.
aqua
water.
aquila
eagle.
aquilo
the north wind.
aquilus
dark colored, swarthy.
ara
altar / refuge, protection.
aranea
spider's web.
arator
plowman, cultivator.
aratrum
plow
arbitro arbitror
to witness, bear witness / judge, arbitrate.
arbor
tree.
arbustum
a vineyard planted with trees.
arbustus
planted with trees.
arca archa
chest, box, money box, coffin, cell.
arceo
to shut up, enclose.
arcesso, accerso
to bring, fetch, summon, call for.
arcus
bow (BOW and arrows), arch, bend, arc.
argentum
silver, money.
argumentum
proof, evidence.
arguo
to blame, accuse / prove, expose, convict / declare
arguo
to show, make clear, attempt to show / censure, reprove
arista
the point of the ear, the beard on an ear of wheat
arma
arms, weapons.
armarium
cupboard, chest, safe (for food, clothing, money).
armiger
arms-bearer
armo
to provide arms, arm, equip, fit out.
aro
to plow.
ars, artis
skill method, technique, conduct, character.
articulus
(of time) a moment, crisis.
artificiose
skillfuly.
artificiosus
skillful, accomplished, skillfuly made.
arto
to press together, reduce, abrdiged.
arx arcis
citadel, stronghold, fortress, keep, donjon.
ascia
carpenter's axe, mason's trowel.
ascio
to take up, adopt as one's own.
ascisco
to receive, admit/ adopt / take up, approve.
asper
rough, harsh, severe.
asperitas
roughness, severity/ harshness, fierceness.
aspernatio
contempt
aspicio
to look at, behold, gaze at, see.
asporto
to carry off, take away.
assentator
flatterer, sycophant, yes-man.
asser
a stake, pole.
assero
3, claim, defend
assimilares
5 adj, similar
assimulo
simulate, immatate, represent
assuesco
(-sueui, -suetum) to accustom, to accustom oneself
assus
dried, roasted, grilled.
astrum
star, constellation.
astus
m, cunning
at
(conj.) but. (more emphatic and emotional than sed).
atavus
great-great-great grandfather, ancestor.
ater atra atrum
dark, gloomy.
atqui
(conj.) and yet, still.
atrocitas
hashness, cruelty, frightfulness, barbarity, horror.
atrox
terrible, cruel, horror.
attentus
attentive, careful of one's property
attero
destroy, waste, weaken, impair.
attero
to weaken, ruin, rub against, rub away, erode.
attollo
to raise, lifet up, elevate/ excite, exalt.
attonbitus
frantic, inspired, thunder-struck, stunned.
auarca
leather sandal worn by pyrenean peasants
auctor
author, originator.
auctorita
f, authority, power
auctoritas
authority
auctus
growth, enlargement, increase.
audacter, audaciter
boldly, proudly, fearlessly.
audax
bold
audentia
boldness, courage.
audeo
to dare. (part. ausus )
audio
to hear, hearken, listen to.
auditor
hearer, listener.
aufero
to carry away, remove / steal, carry off, make away with.
augeo
increase, enlarge
augeo
to increase, strengthen
aureus
golden.
auris
ear.
aurum
gold.
austerus
strict, rigid, stern
aut...aut
either...or.
autem
conj, but, on the other hand, however, moreover
autem
moreover, however, but, also.
autus
increase, enlargement, growth.
auxilium
aid, help, assistance, support.
avaritia
avarice, greed.
avarus
greedy, avaricious.
aveho
to carry away, remove (avexi avectum )
averto
to turn away, avert, avoid. turn back.
avoco
to call away, divert.
baiulus
porter, pall-bearer, carrier of a burden / steward.
balaena
whale.
balanus
acorn, chestnut, date.
balatro
fool, buffoon, jester.
balbus
stammering, stuttering, fumbling.
balbutio
to stutter, stammer / speak obscurely.
balineum balneum
bath, bathhouse, bathing-place.
balnearius
pertaining to the bathhouse / bathhouse.
balneator
keeper of a bathhouse.
balo
to bleat
balsamam
balsam tree / balsam gum.
barathrum
pit, abyss / the underworld.
barba
beard, whiskers.
bardus
stupid, slow, dull.
basium
kiss.
beatus
blessed, fortunate, sometimes "saint".
bellicus
martial, military, war-like.
bellum
war.
bellus
beautiful, pretty, charming, handsome.
bene
well (melior better / optime best )
beneficium
benefit, favor, service, privilege, right.
benevolentia
benevolence, kindness, good will.
benigne
kindly, generously.
bestia
animal, beast.
bibo
to drink, quaff.
bis
twice.
blandior
to flatter, caress, (+ dat.) coax.
blanditia
blandishments, attractions, allurement, charm.
bonus
good (melior better / optimus best ).
bos (bovis )
cow, ox. bull.
brevis
short, small, brief.
brevitas
shortness, brevity.
breviter
briefly.
cado
to fall, drop, plummet, topple.
caecus
blind, sightless.
caedo
to fall, kill
caelestis
heavenly, celestial / noun, a god, dweller in heaven.
caelum
sky, heaven.
caetera
the rest, that remaining
calamitas
calamity, misfortune, disaster.
calamus
anything made or reed -- pen, arrow, pipe, etc.
calcar, -is
spur.
calco
to tread, trample upon.
calculus
pebble, stone.
caligo
to make dizzy
calix
a vessel for drinking.
callide
skilfully, cleverly / cunningly, slyly, subtly.
callidus
clever, dextrous, experienced, skilful / cunning, sly.
caltha
marigold
calumnior
to accuse falsely.
calvus
bald.
calx
the heel / stone, pebble / lime / goal, aim.
camera
vault, vaulted room / small boat.
caminus
a forge, large hearth.
campana
bell.
campus
level place, field, plain.
camur
curved, bent, hooked.
canalis
channel, canal / pipe.
cancer
crab / the direction south / heat of summer / disease of cancer.
candela
taper, candle.
candeo
to shine, glow, grow brilliant, sparkle.
candide
openly, clearly, candidly.
candidus
bright, shining, white.
canis
dog.
canities
grey hair / old age.
canonicus
canonical, according to the canons, legal, lawful, right.
canonus
canon, member of a cathedral chapter or canonry, Augustinian.
canto
to sing.
capillus
hair.
capio
to rent, hire / seize, arrest
capio
to seize, take, choose/ attack, injure/ comprehend.
capistro
to halter, put a halter on a horse.
capistrum
halter, harness, mazzle.
capitagium
poll tax.
capitale
cattle, possessions, chattels.
capitulus
chapter, chapter meeting, chapter house.
captivas
captivity.
capto
to grab, try to get, grab at.
capulatio
decapitation.
caput capitis
head / top, summit / chief.
caput ieiunius
Ash Wednesday.
carbo carbonis
carbon, coal, charcoal.
carcer
prison, cell, jail, dungeon.
careo
(+ abl. of sep.) be without, be deprived of, lack, want.
caries
rottennes, corruption, decay.
cariosus
rotten, decayed.
caritas
dearness, affection / charity.
carmen
song, poem.
carpo
to pluck, seize, grab, lay hold of, hold on to.
carus
dear, beloved / costly, high-priced, expensive.
casso
to bring to naught, destroy, annul, make void.
caste
purely, spotlessly, purely, uprightly, chastely.
casus
a falling / occasion, opportunity / event, accident, violent death
casus
accident, chance, fortune.
casus
downfall
catena
chain, fetters.
caterva
crowd, troop, flock.
catervatim
in troops, in masses.
cattus
cat.
cauda
the tail of an animal.
causa
(in the abl.) on account of, for the sake of.
causa
case at law, case, law-suit / situation, condition.
causa
cause / reason, motive, pretext / interest.
caute cautim
cautiously, with security.
cautela
caution, precaution, security.
cautus
[persons] careful, cautious /[things] secure, made safe, protected.
caveo
[cavi cautum] beware, avoid, look out for / give security. mortgage.
caveo
+acc.= be on guard against /+ut+subj.=take care that.
caveo
+dat. of a person= take care of, provide for.
cavus
hole, pit.
cedo
(+ dat.) give ground to, submit to, be inferior to.
cedo
to go, proceed / turn out, happen/ go away, withdraw.
cedo cessi cessum
to grant, yield.
celebratio
large crowd, audience, assembly.
celebrer
adj, renowned, well known, popular, famous.
celebritas
crowd, multitude / celebration / fame, renown
celebrus
abounding in, rich in, much frequented, respected.
celer
quick, swift, rapid, speedy, fast.
celeritas
speed, swiftness, rapidity, quickness.
celeriter
rapidly, quickly, swiftly, speedily.
cella
room, store-room, garret
cellarius
adj. relating to a store-room / n. cellarer
celo
to hide, conceal, keep secret.
celox
-ocis fast, rapid, swift, fleet.
celsus
elevated, lofty / arrogant, proud, haughty.
cena
dinner, meal.
cenaculum
garret, attic.
ceno
to dine.
censeo
censui, censum/ estimate, assess, evaluate / argue, suggest, advise
censura
judgement.
census
-us/ wealth, property / census
centum
one hundred, 100 (undeclinable).
cerno
to separate, sift, distinguish / decide, resolve, determine.
cernuus
falling headlong.
certamen
contest, contention, rivalry of any kind
certe certo
(adv) certainly, assuredly.
certo
to contend, settle, dispute, to settle by combat.
certus
undoubted, certain, sure, settled, resolved, decided / definite
cervus
stag. deer
cesso
to leave off, cease / linger, delay
cetera
for the rest, otherwise
ceteri
the remaining, the rest, the others
ceterum
(adv.) otherwise, moreover, but.
ceterus
the other, the rest.
charisma carisma
gift, present.
chirographum
autograph, person's own handwriting / written charter.
cibo
food for animals
cibus
food for men and animals.
cicuta
hemlock.
ciminatio
accusation, calumny, charge.
ciminosus
reproachful, slanderous.
cinis cineris
ashes, embers.
circumvenio
to beset, assail.
circumvenio
to come around, surround, cheat, defraud.
citara
a harp.
citatio
summons, call
citatus
quick, speedy.
citatus
summons, citation.
citivolus
swiftly flying.
cito
quickly, rapidly, speedily.
cito
to be moved, aroused.
civilis
civil, civic.
civis
citizen, townsman, bourgeois, burgess.
civitas
state, citzenship, city-state.
clam
secretly, in secret.
clamo
to call, shout, cry aloud, proclaim, declare.
clamor
loud shouting, cry.
claro
to make bright or clear, make clear in the mind.
clarus
clear, bright / renowned, famous, illustrious
claudeo
to limp, halt, be lame, to hobble.
claudo (clausus)
to confine, shut up, close, blockade, besiege.
claudus
lame.
claustrum
bolt, bar, prison, den, pen, enclosure/ cloister.
clementia
indulgence, forbearance, humanity, mercy, gentleness, etc.
clibanus
oven, furnace/ tray for bread making.
coacto
to force, compel, coerce.
coactu
by force, under compulsion.
coactum
force, compulsion, coercement.
coadunatio
a gathering together, a summing up, a uniting.
coaegresco
to become sick at the same time.
coepi
began, started, undertook, initiated (pres. incipio ).
coepto
to begin, undertake,
coerceo
surround, enclose, restrain, confine.
cogito
to think, ruminate, ponder, consider, plan.
cognatus
(adj.) related by blood (noun) a relative, kinsman.
cognomen
surname, family name, nick-name.
cognosco
to examine, inquire, learn.
cogo coegi coactum
to compel, restrict, confine / force, compel
cogo coegi, coactum
to bring together, drive, draw.
cohaereo
to cling to, correspond to
cohaero cohero cohesi cohesum
to adhere, stick together
cohibeo
confine, restrain, hold back, repress.
cohors
a yard, enclosure / troop, 1/ 10 of a legion.
cohortor
to encourage, incite, exhort.
colligo
legi, lectum, to collect, gather together, assemble
colloco
to place, put, arrange.
collum
neck.
colo colui cultum
cultivate, cherish
color
color.
coloratus
colored / dark-complexioned.
coloro
to color.
coma
hair of the head, leaves, rays of light.
combibo
to drink up, suck in.
comburo
to burn up, to ruin, consume.
comedo comedi comesum
to eat up, consume / waste, squander.
comes comitis
companion, friend, comrade / count.
cometes
comet
cometissa comitissa
countess.
comis
courteous, kind, friendly.
comitatus
accompanied.
comitatus
train, retinue, following / war band.
comiter
courteously, in a kindly, friendly manner.
comito
to accompany
comitto
to entrust, commit.
commemoro
to remind, relate, mention/ to keep in mind.
commeo
To go up and down, back and forth, in and out.
commessatio, onis
eating together.
comminor
to threaten.
comminuo
to scatter, weaken, damage.
comminus
hand to hand, in close combat.
commisceo
to intermingle, join, mix.
commissum
undertaking, that which is entrusted.
commodo
(+ acc.) to furnish, lend, give.
commodo
to make fit, adapt, please, oblige, serve.
commodum
convenience, advantage, opportunity, comfort.
commodum
suitable time, opportunity, convenience, use.
commodus
proper, fit, commodius
commoneo
to impress upon one. to remind.
commoneo
to remember, recollect.
commoneo
to remind someone forcibly of somthing.
commoror
remain, stay, abide, linger.
commoveo
to move violently, disturb, shake / excite, upset.
communis
common, general, run of the mill.
comparo
to compare.
compater
the godfather of a man's child.
compatior
to suffer with one, feel pity, have compassion.
compello
to drive together, collect, force, compel.
comperio
to disclose fully, find out with certainty, lay open.
comperio
to learn, find out.
comperte
on good authority.
compescor
to fasten together, hold in check, restrain, curb
compescor
to suppress, repress, check, restrain.
competo
to be appropriate, suitable, fit.
complectus
embrace, grasp.
compleo
to fill up, man, bring up to strength, fulfil.
compleo
to finish.
complexo
encompass, embrace
complico
to fold together
compono
to put together, compose.
compositio
composition, agreement, pact/ arrangement.
compositus
orderly, matching, made up of pieces.
comprehendo
to embrace, take firmly, include, seize.
comprehendo
to grasp, take together, unite / comprehend.
comprehendo
to seize, arrest, take prisoner, catch red-handed.
comprobo
to approve fully/ to confirm, prove, establish.
compromitto
to agree to refer to arbitration, or an arbitrator.
comprovincialis
born in the same province.
comptus
a head-dress, a hairband.
conatus
exertion, effort / undertaking / impulse, inclination.
concavo
to hollow out
concedo
to concede, yield, allow, grant, withdraw, give up.
concepta
measures, capacity.
concero
connect join, twine, join in conflict.
concido
to be ruined, fail / cut up, cut down, destroy.
concido
to fall down, sink, perish / (wind) subside.
concilio
to assemble, bring together / win over, reconcile, unite / cause
concilium
council
concipio
to take or lay hold of, receive, take in.
concisus
cut up, broken, brief, concise.
concito
to move violently, stir up, excite, arouse.
conculco
to tread under foot, despise, oppress, suppress.
concupiscentia
avarice, covetousness.
concupisco
to covet, aim at, desire eagerly.
concurro
to concur.
concutio
to shake together, agitate, alarm, disturb, shatter.
condico
to agree, fix, settle, make arrangements.
condo
erect, establish, build
conduco
hire, employ for wages, among many other meanings.
confero
discuss, debate, confer/ betake oneself, devote.
confero
to bring together, put together, collect/
confestim
speedily, rapidly, immediately, without delay.
confido
have confidence in, be confident of, rely upon.
confingo
3, to fabricate, make up
confirmo
to confirm
confiteor confessus
to confess, own up, admit, acknowledge.
conforto
to strengthen much.
confugo
to flee, have recourse to, take refuge.
confundo
to pour together, mix, blend / confound, confuse, trouble.
confusim
in a confused way, fumbling.
confusio
mingling, mixture / confounding, confusion, disorder
confusus
confused, disorderly / embarassed, troubled, confounded.
confuto
supress, keep silent / convict.
confuto
to check, repress, stop, halt, turn back / silence
confuto
to confute / restrain, check, repress.
congelo
to congeal, harden, freeze.
congregatio
assembly, society, union.
congrego
to gather together, assemble, convene.
congressus
a meeting, association.
congrue
adv, suitably
congruo
coinside, agree, conform
congruus
agreeing, fit, suitable.
conicio
to hurl, throw / put together, conjecture.
coniecto
to throw together, infer, guess, conclude.
conitor
to press upon, to struggle to reach
coniuratio
conspiracy, plot.
coniuratus
conspirator, plotter.
coniuro
to take an oath together, plot, conspire.
conor
to undertake, try, venture, presume, attempt, presume.
conqueror
to complain loudly.
conscendo
to ascend, mount, go up.
conscientia
conscience, consciouness, knowledge
conscindo
to tear in pieces.
conscius
conscious of, aware of.
conseco
to dismember, cut into pieces, chop up.
consecro
to dedicate, consecrate, sanctify/ to curse/ deify
consectatio
striving, pursuit
consenesco
to grow old, weak, feeble, infirm
consensio
agreement, harmony, cooperation / plot, conspiracy
consentio
to agree, consent / plot, conspire
consequentia
f, consequential, relating
conservo
to preserve, conserve, maintain, keep, hold to.
considero
to look at, regard carefully,
consido
to set down, settle.
consilio
intentionally, on purpose, designedly.
consilium
advice, suggestion, wisdom, plan, purpose, judgment.
consilium
deliberation, consultation, assembly, council.
consimilis
adj, similar
consisto
(+ abl. etc.) to be formed of, consist/ stop, stay.
consisto
(+ in) to depend on, rely on.
consisto
to take one's stand, stand still, stop, be posted.
consitor
sower, planter.
consolatio
encouragement, amelioration, consolation
consonum
adj, n, harmonious
conspergo
to sprinkle, bestrew.
conspicio
to catch sight of, perceive, behold, understand.
constans
steady, firm, unchanging, constant, unwavering.
constanter
steadily, firmly.
constituo
to arrange, decide, appoint, settle, found, set up.
constituo
to fix, station, place, cause to stand, set
constituo
to set up, place, establish, post, station.
consto
to be established, stand firm, stop, endure.
constrictio
to bind together, draw together
constringo constrixi constrictum
to bind, confine, restrain.
construo construxi constructum
to construct, build, arrange.
constupator
ravisher, debaucher.
constupro
to ravish, corrupt.
consuasor
advisor, counselor.
consuefacio
to accustom, acclimate, become used to.
consuesco
to accustom, inure, habituate
consueta
customary, usual.
consuetudo
custom, usage, habit / intimacy, familiar acquaintance.
consulatio
deliberation, inquiry, full consideration.
consulo
(+ dat.) look to the interests of/ consult, ask advice.
consulo
to look to the interests of, come to a conclusion.
consulo
to reflect, consider, ponder, reflect.
consulto
to ask the advice of, consult.
consulto
to consider carefully, weigh, ponder.
consultum
decree.
consummatio
completion, summing up, adding up.
consummo
to add together, sum up, make perfect, complete.
consumo
to spend, employ, use up, finish, waste away, destroy.
consuo consui consutum
to sew together, stitch.
consurgo
to stand up, rise up / to arise, break out.
contabesco
to waste slowly away, decline in health.
contactus
touching, contact / contagion.
contages
a touch, contact.
contagio contagium
contagion, infection / touching, contact.
contamino
to pollute, infect.
contego
to cover, shield, protect, defend.
contemno
to think meanly of, despise, condemn, hate.
contemplatio
survey, contemplation.
contemplor
to mark out, regard, consider carefully, survey.
contemptim
contemptuously.
contemptio
scorn, disdain, contempt.
contemptus
despised, despicable, contemptible.
contendo
to assert, maintain / shoot (a missile), cast.
contendo
to compare, contrast / compete.
contendo
to contend, strive, struggle, hasten.
contente
eagerly, earnestly.
contentus
contented, satisfied
contentus
strained, stretched / eager, zealous.
contigo
(with dat.), to happen, befall.
contineo
hold together, keep together, connect, join.
contineo
to hold, to keep togethere, to contian
contineo
to keep in, surround, contain, confine, include.
contineo
to touch, reach, grasp, affect, infect.
contineo contigi, contectum
border on / befall (good luck).
contineo
to hold back, restrain.
contingo
(contactum) to touch closely, happen to, befall.
contingo
to touch /(intransitive) to happen, befall, occur
continuo
(adv.) immediately, at once.
continuo
to join (together), to be after
continuus
connected together, continuous, uninterrupted.
contra
(+ acc.) against.
contradico
to speak against, oppose verbally, gainsay
contradictio
a speaking against, contradiction.
contradictio
contradiction, opposition.
contrado
to deliver together, or wholly.
contraho
to conclude (an agreement)/ to reduce, contract, constrict
contraho
to gather together, assemble, draw up, unite
contrarius
contrary, opposed
contrecto
to touch, handle, feel
contremisco
to tremble, shake, quake / be afraid of
contremo
to tremble, shake
contristo
to make sad or gloomy
contristo
to sadden, afflict, damage (of crops).
conturbo
to confuse, scatter, throw into confusion, distress.
conventus
coming tohether, assembly, union, congress.
conversatio
way, manner of life / monastic life.
converto
to convert
converto
to turn around, cause to turn / to adopt the monastic life.
convinco
to overcome, to demonstrate
convoco
to call together, convene.
copia
abundamce, supply.
copiae copie
supplies, troops, forces.
copiose
fully, at length, copiously.
copiosus
wealthy, rich, abundantly provided, well-equipped.
Corbeiam
Corbie.
cornu
horn.
corona
crown, diadem.
corpus corporis
body, corpse.
correptius
more shortly.
corrigo
(correctum) to make correct, make right.
corripio
to seize, snatch up, steal, (of a disease) attack
corroboro
to strengthen.
corrumpo
(documents) to falsify / (character) to corrupt.
corrumpo
to break up, destroy, annihilate / spoil, weaken.
corruo
to fall to the ground, sink down / be ruined, destroyed.
Corturiacum
Courtrai.
coruscus
(a) flashing, twinkling, shaking, trembling.
cotidie
daily, every day.
Courtacum
Courtrai.
crapula
wine intoxication, drunkenness.
crapula
wine-drinking, intoxication, drunkenness.
cras
(adv.) tomorrow, on the morrow.
crastinus
of the morrow, the morrow.
creator
creator, founder.
creatura
creature, servant.
creber
thick, frequent, numerous.
crebro
repeatedly, often, one after the other, time after time.
credo
to believe / trust, commit / trust in, rely on/ think.
creo
to create, make
crepido
(-inis) foundation, base / pedestal / pier, quay / dam
crepitaculum
a rattle
crepito
(-are) to rattle, creak, rustle
creptio
taking by force, seizure.
crepundia
a toy, rattle, plaything
crepusculum
dusk, twilight.
cresco
(cretum) to grow, increase, expand / spring forth, arise
creta
chalk, fuller's earth
cretatus
chalked, in white
cretosus
abounding in chalk
cribro
to sift.
cribrum
sieve.
crimen
an accusation, charge / fault, guilt, crime / cause of a crime
criminatio
accusation, charge, calumny
criminator
accuser
criminor
to accuse / complain of
criminose
reproachfully
criminosus
slanderous, reproachful
crinis
hair.
crinitus
long haired
crispans
wavy, curly
crispo
(-are) to curl / move rapidly / brandish, wave
crispus
curly-haired, curly / trembling, quivering, shaking
crista
crest, plume / rooster's comb
cristatus
crested, plumed
croceus
yellow, golden, saffron-colored, of saffron
crocinus
yellow, saffron-colored / saffron oil
crocodilus
crocodile
crocotula
saffron-colored robe
crocus
crocus, saffron / yellow, saffron-colored
crotalia
ear-rings
cruciamentum
torture, torment
cruciatus
torture, torment
crucio
to torture, torment
crudelis
cruel
crudelitas
cruelty, inhumanity
crudeliter
cruely
crudesco
to become violent, become hard
cruditas
an overly full stomach
crudus
bleeding / raw, uncooked / unripe / unprepared food
crudus
green, fresh, immature, untimely / undigested / harsh
cruento
to make bloody, stain with blood.
cruentus
bloody, bloodthirsty, blood-red
crumens
bag, purse / funds, store of cash
cruor cruoris
bloodshed, murder, slaughter, gore
crur, cruris
leg, shank, shin, also foot
crusta
rind, peel, bark, shell / inlay, embossing
crustulum
pastery, cookie
crustum
bread, cake
crux crucis
cross
crypta
vault, grotto, covered gallery
crystallinus
of crystal
crystalus crystallus
a crystal, crystal drinking cup
cubans
sloping
cubicularis
pertaining to a bedroom
cubicularius
bed-chamber servant, chamberlain.
cubiculum
bedroom, sleeping chamber.
cubile
bed, (marriage bed) / lair, den, nest / hive of bees / seat
cubitalis
a cubit long
cubito
to lie down often
cubitum
the elbow / a cubit
cubitum ire
to go to bed, retire
cubitus cubitus
a lying down, rest
cubo
to lie down, recline / be ill in bed
cui
(fem. sing. dat.) IN WHICH (province) did you live?
cui
(masc. sing. dat.) TO WHOM did you give it?
cui
(neut. sing. dat.) (the monster), TO WHOM the cattle belonged.
cuius
(fem. sing. gen.) (the queen), the vices OF WHOM were many.
cuius
(masc. sing. gen.) (the saint) WHOSE virtues were many.
cuius
(neut. sing. gen) (the building) the size OF WHICH was great.
cuiusmodi
of what kind.
culpa
fault, blame, (esp. aginst chastity).
culpo
to blam, censure, accuse.
cultellus
a little knife.
cultor
cultivator, planter / with gen.= resident, inhabitant.
cultura
cultivation
cum
(prep + abl.) with.
cum
(with indicative) when.
cum
(with subjunctive) when, as, while, since, although.
cunabula
cradle.
cunae
nest for young birds.
cunctatio
delay.
cunctator
delayer, procrastinator,
cunctor
to delay, impede, hold up.
cunctus
all, all collectively, the whole.
cupiditas
ambition, avarice, party spirit, eager desire.
cupido
passion, desire, wantining, yearning, longing.
cupio
to desire, wish, long for, desire.
cuppedia
delicacies, candies, sweetmeats.
cupressus
cypress, cyrpess wood, a cypress-wood casket.
cur
why, wherefore.
cura
management, administration, care, concern, charge.
curatio
attention / medical attention, healing, curing.
curator
guardian, overseer
curia
court
curiositas
curiosity, inquisitiveness, nosiness.
curiosus
careful, attentive/ curious, inquisitive/ worn out by cares.
curis quris
a spear.
curo
(+gerundive) to see to a thing being done / cure, rest.
curo
manage, administer / provide money.
curo
to care for, trouble about, pay attention to.
curriculum
a running, race, lap around the track, course.
currus
cart / a plow with wheels.
cursim
hastily, quickly, rapidly.
cursito
to run up and down.
curso
to run back and forth.
cursor
runner, carrier, messenger.
cursus
a race, a running, race course, race track, course.
curto
to shorten, abbreviate.
Curtracus
Courtrai.
curtus
shortened / mutilated, defective / gelded.
curvo
to bend, arch, curve / influence.
curvus
arched, bent, bowed, curved, crooked, wrong (morally crooked).
cuspis
point, the pointed end / spear, javelin / cooking spit.
custodia
protection, custody.
custodiae custodie
guards, wardens.
custos
(custodis) guardian, keeper, watchman, attendant,, guard / spy.
damnatio
condemnation.
damno
to condemn, damn.
damnum
loss, damage, injury / a fine
dapifer
senescal.
de
(prep. + abl.) down from, from, concerning, about.
debello
cnquer, vanquish / end a war
debeo
to owe, to be morally bound to, to be bound by.
debilito
to weaken, ennervate, sap, exhaust.
debitum
debt
decens, decenter
properly, fittingly, suitably
decentia
propriety, decency of behavior
decerno
to decide, determine, settle / to decide to do something
decerpo
to pluck off / to gather, take away
decertatio
a contest, contention
decerto
to contend, fight to the finish
decessio
a retreat, withdrawal / departure, leaving / decrease, diminution
decessor
someone who retires / a predecessor
decessus
retirement / withdrawal / departure / death
decet
it is seemly, comely, suitable, proper
decido
(-cisi -cisum) to cut down, cut off / arrange, settle
decido
to fall down / fall dead, die / sink, fall
decimus
tenth
decipio
(deceptus) ensnare, trap, beguile, deceive, cheat.
declamatio
loud or violent speech / declamation / practice in oratory
declamo
to declaim, orate / speak loudly
declaratio
a clarification
declaro
to explain, explain, reveal / to proclaim (a person as chosen)
declinatio
a turning aside / declining / avoiding / inflection, declension
declino
to turn aside, deflect, turn away / avoid / deviate, swerve/ digress
declive
(-is) a slope, decline
decoctor
a spendthrift, bankrupt, a fool parted from his money
decollo
(-are) to behead
decolo
(-are) to trickle away
decolor
(adj.) pale, without color
decoloratio
discoloration
decoquo
(-ere, -coxi, -coctum) to boil down, boil away / (metals) melt away
decoquo
(-ere, -coxi, -coctum) to waste / become bankrupt
decor
beauty, grace
decoro
beautify, embellish, adorn.
decorus
beautiful, graceful, charming, proper, fit, becoming
decrepitus
infirm, decrepit
decresco
to decrease, grow smaller
decretum
decree, judgment, edict, order
decumbo
to fall, fall into, lie down
decurro
to run down / manoeuver / run in a race / take refuge
decurro
to sail downstream
decursio
(milit.) a charge, manoeuver
decursus
a running down / charge, manoeuver, attack / completion of a course
dedecor
unseemly, shameful, disgraceful, dishonorable.
dedecus
shame, dishonor, disgrace, crime, dishonorable act.
dedico
to dedicate.
deduco
to lad out colonists, found a colony.
defaeco
to cleanse, purify, purge.
defendo
to defend, ward off, protect, shelter.
defero
to carry, to bear, to bring
defero
to hand over, carry down, communicate, offer, refer.
defessus
weary, tired.
defetiscor (defessus)
to grow tired, weary.,
deficio
(defectum) to fail, to weaken, to be in want.
deficio
weaken, to be in want.
defigo
fasten down, secure, fix firmly/ concentrate, fix upon.
defleo
to bewail, weep for.
defluo
to flow away, disappear, be lost.
defluo
to flow down, waste, disappear.
defungo
to discharge one's duties, quit, retire, die, finish
degenero
to be unlike one's kind, fall off, degenerate.
degenero
to cause to degenerate, disgrace by degeneracy.
degero
to pass time, live.
degusto
to taste.
deinde
adv, afterwards
deinde
next, then, thereafter, from that place.
delectatio
delight, pleasure, enjoyment.
delecto
to attract, delight/ (pass + abl) take delight in.
delego
to transfer, commit, assign, impute, attribute, ascribe.
deleo
(deletum ) to destroy, wipe out, erase.
deleo
blot out, erase / annihilate, destroy.
delibero
to consider, deliberate.
delicate
luxuriously, delicately, slowly.
deliciae
allurements, charms, delights, fancies / sweetheart
delinquo
to fail, be wanting/ fail in duty, commit a crime.
deludo
to mock, cheat.
demens
(dementis ) insane, mad, out of one's mind, foolish.
demergo
to sink, plunge into, dip under, go into debt.
demitto
set dowwn, let fall (to offer payment to the church).
demitto
to let down, lower
demo
to take away, subtract.
demonstro
to indicate, show, describe, explain.
demoror
to loiter, linger, tarry, belay.
demulceo
to stroke down, caress by stroking.
demum
at length at las, finally.
denego
to refuse, deny, reject.
denique
at last, finally, again, in short.
dens
(dentis ) tooth.
denuncio
declare, give notice, announce.
denuntio
to announce officially, pronounce, declare.
denuo
anew, again, a second time, afresh.
deorsum
downwards.
depereo
to perish, be utterly ruined.
depono
to put down, lay aside.
depopulo depopulor
to lay waste, ravage, devastate.
deporto
to carry off, to take away.
deposco depoposci
to demand.
depraedor depredor
to plunder, lay waste, pillage, ravage.
deprecator
intercessor, one who pleads on behalf.
deprecor
to beg by entreaty, to excuse oneself / curse.
deprecor
to entreat for, beg for / intercede / curse.
deprehensio
detection.
deprimo (depressus)
to press down, depress, low-lying.
depromo
to take down, produce, fetch out.
depulso
push aside, thrust away.
deputo
to count, estimate/ prune, cut off.
derelinquo
to forsake, desert, abandon.
derideo
to laugh at, mock, deride.
derigo
[-rexi, -rectum] to set straight, put in order.
deripio
to tear down, snatch away.
deruptus
broken off.
desero
to leave, abandon, foresake.
desiderium
wish, longing / regret, grief / want, need.
desidero
to long for, wish for greatly, to miss.
desidiosus
lazy, unmotivated.
designo
designate, define, describe, mark out
designo
to define, describe, designate
desino (desiit)
to leave off, give over, cease, stop, desist.
desino
leave off, give over, cease, stop, end, desist.
desipio
to act foolishly, play the fool, make an ass of one's self.
desolo
to leave desolate, abandoned, to forsake.
desparatus
given up on / desparate.
despecto
overlook, dispise, look down upon.
despero
to be without hope, despair / despair of, give up.
despero
to have no hope, despair, give up.
despiciens
contemptuous.
despicio
to look down, regard from above, despise.
desposco
to demand.
destinatus
resolute, firm, determined, with one's mind made up.
destino
to fasten down, make fast, fix / determine settle / appoint
destituo
to place / leave in the lurch, abandon,
desum defui deesse
to fail, err, fall short, be missing, absent.
desumo
to select, elect, choose, take out.
desuper
from above.
detego detectum
to uncover, lay bare, disclose.
determino
to fix the limits of, set boundaries to, delimit.
detineo
hold off, hold back, detain.
detrimentum
damage, loss, detriment.
deus
god.
devenio
to come to, arrive at, reach.
devito
to avoid.
devoco
to call away, call down, call aside.
devotio
(Christian) piety, devotion, zeal.
devoveo
to consecrate, sacrifice, devote / curse, execrate.
dexter
right, on the right.
dextera
the right hand.
diabolus
devil, Satan.
dico
(dictum ) to say, tell, speak, name, call, pronounce.
dictata
things dictated, lessons, presents.
dictator
dictator.
dictito
to say often, reiterate.
dicto
to say often, dictate, get written down.
dictus dictus
a saying, a speech
didicerat
(?) Herimann, p. 281.
didico
to be told (Herimann cap. 39, 44).
dido dididi didtum
to separate, divide, distribute.
dies diei
day
diffamo, diffamare
spread around evil reports, to defame
differo
to delay, postpone / to differ, be different.
differo
to spread about, spread news / harrass, disturb.
differo
to spread news / delay, defer, postpone.
differtus
stuffed full, crammed, jammed.
difficilis
difficult, hard, troublesome.
difficultas
difficulty, need, trouble, distress.
digestor
arranger, composer, one who makes a pattern.
dignitas
merit, worth, prestige, dignity.
dignosco dignosco
to distinguish, recognize as different.
dignus
(+ abl.) worthy, worthy of, meritorious.
dignus
worthy
digredior digredi digressus
to depart, deviate, digress.
digressio
separation, departure, digression.
digressus
separation, departure, digression.
dilabor
, to break up, scatter, dissolve, slip away, fall apart.
dilato
to spread out, extend, expand, increase.
dilgenter
attentively, earnestly, carefully, diligently.
diligens
diligent, careful.
diligentia
diligence, industry, perseverance, persistence.
diligo
to choose out, esteem highly, prize, love.
diluculo
dawn, daybreak.
diluo
(of troubles) to remove, resolve.
dimidium
half.
dimitto
to break up, dismiss, leave, abandon, leave behind.
directus
plain, simple, direct, open, straightforward.
diripio
to separate, tear apart / pillage, devastate, lay waste.
diripio
to tear in pieces, lay waste, devastate, plunder.
dirunitas
long duration.
diruo
to demolish, destroy, ruin.
diruo
to destroy
dis
rich, possessing wealth or worth.
discedo
(discessum ) to break up, depart, go away, pass away.
discedo
to depart from, deviate, leave
discerpo
to dismember, disjoint, sever / divide, break up.
discessio
f, management, ordering, direction
discidium
separation, division, disagreement, tearing apart.
discipulus
disciple, student, learner, pupil.
disco
to learn, become acquainted with.
discrepo
to differ, to be diifferent, vary, disagree.
dispono
to arrange, put in order, draw up (troops).
disputatio
debate, dispute, discussion.
disputo
discuss.
dissero
to examine, treat of, discuss.
dissimilis
unlike, different, disparate, dissimilar, distinct.
dissimulo
to conceal, disguise, keep secret.
dissimulo
to ignore, leave unnoticed.
dissolutus
lax, weak, wanting in energy, dissolute, profligate.
distinguo
to separate, divide, distinguish, punctuate, point out, decorate.
distraho
(associations) to break up, dissolve.
distraho
(persons) estrange, distract /(property) sell up, alienate.
distraho distraxi distractum
to pull apart, pull in pieces.
distribuo
to distribute, divide.
districtus (f. distringo)
strict, severe / hesitating / busy.
distulo
(past) to delay.
dito
to enrich, endow, make wealthy.
dito
to enrich, make wealthy.
diu
adv. a long while, long time, for a long time.
diu
by day, for a long time, a long time ago.
diutinus
lasting a long time, enduring, long-lived.
diutius
longer, too long (a period of time).
diuturnus
lasting a long time, of long duration.
diversus
different, unlike, opposed, hostile.
dives
rich, opulent, wealthy.
divinatio
prediction, divination
divinitus
divine influence, admirably, nobly, by inspiration.
divinus
divine, sacred.
divitiae divitie
riches, wealth.
do dare dedi datum
to give, offer, convey, offer, donate, furnish.
doceo docui doctum
to instruct, teach, tutor.
doctor
teacher.
doctrina
doctrine, teaching, instruction, learning.
doctus
taught, instructed, learned, tutored.
dolens
painfully.
doleo
to suffer pain, to be pained, grieve.
dolor
pain, grief. misery, pain, suffering.
dolose
slyly, deceitfuly.
dolosus
crafty, cunning, sly, deceitful.
dolus
fraud, deceit, guile, treachery, a trap.
domesticus
domestic, civil.
domina domna
lady, mistress.
dominatus
rule, mastery, tyranny, domination.
dominica
demesne.
dominus domno
master, lord.
domito
to tame, subdue, break in.
domus
house, home, residence.
donec
up to the time when, until, as long as, while.
donum
gift, present, donation.
dormio
to sleep, slumber, siesta, nap.
dubito
to doubt, hesitate.
dubium
doubt, hesitation, reservation.
duco
to calculate, count, reckon, esteem, considered.
duco
to charm, influence, mislead, draw in.
duco
to draw, shape, construct/ (time) spend, delay.
duco
to lead on the march, marry a wife, command.
duco
to lead, draw, esteem, consider.
dudum
for a long while, a long while ago, some time ago
dulcedo
sweetness, pleasantness, charm.
dulcidine
sweetly, pleasantly, charmingly.
dulcis
sweet, pleasant, agreeable.
dulcitudo dulcitudinis
sweetness
dum
while, as long as, until.
dummodo
(conj. + subj.) provided
dumtaxat
at least, not less than / at most, not more than.
duo
two
duro
to harden, last, endure.
durus
hard, harsh, tough, strong,enduring, / rough, rude, uncouth.
Dusiol petram
Duissenpierre.
dux ducis
leader, guide, commander, general, duke.