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EnglishLatin
habithabitus {m}
habitationhabitaculum {n}
Hail!Ave!
haircapillus {m}
haircrinis {m}
hair-pinacus {f}
half-goatsemicaper {m}
hallaula {f}
to halvedisicere [3]
handle [weapon, tool]baccillum {n}
handsomepulcer
handsomepulcher
to hang onaccommodare [1]
to hang onadcommodare [1]
happinessbeatitas {f}
happyfelix
haranguercontionator {m}
harborportus {m}
harddurus
to hardencorroborare [1]
to hardendurare [1]
hardest ironadamas {m}
hardshipacerbitas {f}
hardshiplabor {m}
harlotscortum {n}
harmnoxa {f}
harmoniousdulcisonus
harmoniousnumerosus
harmoniouslynumerose
harmoniouslynumerositer
harmonyconcordia {f}
harmonynumerositas {f}
harnessfrenum {n}
Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone [Br.] [J. K. Rowling]Harrius Potter et Philosophi Lapis
harshacerbus
harshtetricus
harshnessacerbitas {f}
harshnessasperitas {f}
to hastenaccelerare [1]
to hastenfestinare [1]
hatredodium {n}
haunchcoxa {f}
to have todebere [2]
having a hundred headscenticeps
having many branchesramosus
having meter consisting of two short syllablesbibrevis
having two colorsbicolor
having two colorsbicolorus
having two partsbicips
hawkaccipiter {m}
hawkingscreatus {m}
hazardouspericulosus
headcaput {m}
headachecapitis dolor {m}
headbandmitra {f}
to healmedicare [1]
to healsanare
healthsalus {f}
healthybonus
healthyinteger
healthysanus
healthyvalens
healthyvalidus
to heapadcumulare [1] [fig.]
to heap [earth, etc.] up aroundadaggerare [1]
to heap [earth, etc.] up overadaggerare [1]
to heap upaccumulare [1]
to heap upadcumulare [1]
to heap up earth around the roots of plantsadcumulare [1]
to heap up earth over or around the roots of plantsaccumulare [1]
to heap up earth over roots of plantsadcumulare [1]
to hearaudire [4]
to hear clearlyexaudire [4]
hearingauditio {f}
to hearken [archaic]exaudire [4]
heart [Cor]cor {n}
heart [Cor]pectus {n}
hearthfocus {m}
heataestus {m}
heavencaelum {n}
heavenlycaelestis
heiferbucula {f}
heightstatura {f}
heirheres {m}
helicopterhelicopterus {m}
Hello!Salve!
helmetgalea {f}
helmsmanauriga {m}
helpauxilium {n}
helpsubsidium {n}
hemmingscreatus {m}
henceabhinc
henceforthabhinc
herdgrex {m}
herehic
hereafterabhinc
hereditaryhereditarius
herohero {m}
heroineheroïna {f}
to hesitatecessare [1]
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