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Baal {m}Baal [Syrian deity]
babaewow! [exclamation of surprise or amazement]
Babae!Cor blimey! [Br.] [coll.] [dated]
babaecalus {m}rich man
babulus {m}babbler
babulus {m}fool
baburrusfoolish
baburrussilly
Babylon {f}Babylon
Babylonia {f}Babylonian (woman)
BabylonicusBabylonian
BabyloniusBabylonian
Babylonius {m}Babylonian
baca {f}[link of a chain in the shape of a berry]
baca {f}berry
baca {f}fruit of a tree
baca {f}olive
baca {f}pearl
bacalisbearing berries
bacalisberry-bearing
bacatusset with pearls
bacca {f}[link of a chain in the shape of a berry]
bacca {f}berry
bacca {f}fruit of a tree
bacca {f}olive
bacca {f}pearl
baccar {n}Alpine valerian [Valeriana celtica]
baccaris {f}Alpine valerian [Valeriana celtica]
baccha {f}bacchante
bacchabundusraving
bacchabundusreveling in the manner of Bacchantes [Am.]
bacchabundusrevelling in the manner of Bacchantes
Bacchanal {n}shrine where the rites of Bacchus were celebrated
Bacchanal {n}site where the rites of Bacchus were celebrated
Bacchanalia {n.pl}festival of Bacchus
Bacchanalia {n.pl}rites of Bacchus
BacchanalisBacchanalian
Bacchanalisrelating to Bacchus
bacchans {f}Bacchantes
bacchans {f}votaries of Bacchus
bacchar {f}Alpine valerian [Valeriana celtica]
bacchari [1]to celebrate the festival of Bacchus
bacchari [1]to exult
bacchari [1]to rave
bacchari [1]to revel (like Bacchae)
bacchari [1]to run wild
baccharis {f}Alpine valerian [Valeriana celtica]
bacchatimriotously in the manner of Bacchantes
bacchatio {f}debauch
bacchatio {f}orgy
bacciballum {n}dumpling [chubby person]
baccillum {n}handle [weapon, tool]
baccillum {n}lictor's staff
baccillum {n}small stick
baccillum {n}staff
baccillum {n}walking stick
baciferbearing berries
bacifer [baca]bearing olives
Bahal {m}Baal [Syrian deity]
balneum {n}balneary [archaic]
balneum {n}bath
barbarusrude
bardusstupid
barrus {m}elephant
basiator {m}kisser
basis {f}basis
beatitas {f}blessedness
beatitas {f}felicity
beatitas {f}happiness
belligerator {m}combatant
belligerator {m}warrior
bellum {n}war
benefortunately
benequite
Bene sit tibi!Enjoy your meal!
benedicere [3]to bless
beneficentia {f}beneficence
beneficium {n}benefit
beneficium {n}boon
benevolentia {f}benevolence
Benigne!Thank you!
benignusgenerous [liberal, lavish]
bestia {f}animal
bestia {f}beast
bibaxthat is given to drink
biberarius {m}drink seller
bibere [3]to drink
biblia {f}Bible
Bibrax {n}[Bibrax, a town of the Remi in central Gaul]
bibrevishaving meter consisting of two short syllables
bibulusabsorbent
bibulusever thirsty
bibulusfond of drinking
bibulusporous
bibulussoaking
bibulussodden
bibulusspongy
bibulusthirsty
bicinium {n}duet
bicipshaving two parts
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