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EnglishLatin
oath of allegiancesacramentum {n}
obedienceoboedientia {f}
obeliskobeliscus {m}
to obeyexaudire [4]
objectres {f}
object of reproachcrimen {n}
obligationobligatio {f}
to obligeobligare [1]
obligingcomis
oblivionoblivio {f}
obliviousobliviosus
obscurationobscuratio {f}
to obscureexcaecare [1]
obscureobscurus
observationobservatio {f}
observerinspector {m}
observerobservator {m}
obstinacyobstinatio {f}
obviousnessevidentia {f}
occiputoccipitium {n}
occultoccultus
occupationnegotium {n}
occupationoccupatio {f}
occupiedoccupatus
occupierpossessor {m}
occurrenceres {f}
oceanoceanus {m}
OctoberOctober {m}
ofde
ofex
of a cowvaccinus
of a horsecantherinus
of a marriagenuptialis
of a mothermaternus
of a public / professional prosecutoraccusatorius
of a weddingnuptialis
of a young girlpuellaris
of adamantadamanteus
of firabiegnus
of fortyquadragenarius
of four hundred eachquadringenarius
of great importancemaximi momenti
of MarsMartialis
of present timenunc
of rhetoricrhetoricus
of springvernus
of the lungspulmoneus
of two colorsbicolor
of two colorsbicolorus
of warduellicus
of wheat [postpos.]triticeus
of yesterdayhesternus
offence [Br.]offensatio {f}
offence [Br.]offensum {n}
offence [Br.] [in respect to the accused]crimen {n}
offence [esp. Br.] [annoyance]offensio {f}
offense [Am.]offensatio {f}
offense [Am.] [in respect to the accused]crimen {n}
offercondicio {f}
to offerdare [1]
office [high position]dignitas {f}
offspringfetus {m}
oftsaepe
oftenfrequenter
oftenquotiens
oftenquotiescumque
oftensaepe
ointmentunguentum {n}
Oktoberfest [annual festival in Munich, Germany]octobralia {n.pl} [rec.]
old agesenectus {f}
olivebaca {f}
olivebacca {f}
omenomen {n}
onde
oneunus
onerousonerosus
onioncepa {f}
onion [Allium cepa]bulbus
onlytantummodo
onsetaccessio {f}
opaqueopacus
to openaperire [4]
ophthalmologistophthalmicus {m}
opinionsententia {f}
opiumopium {n}
opponent [female]adversatrix {f}
opportunityaditus {m}
opportunityfacultas {f}
opportunityopportunitas {f}
opposition [contradiction]contradictio {f}
oppressionoppressio {f}
oppressiveacerbus
opulenceluxuria {f}
opulentlocuples
oraut
orutrum
oracleoraculum {n}
orationoratio {f}
oratoricaloratorius
oratorical exercisedeclamatio {f}
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