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LatinEnglish
eatenusin so far
ebenus {f}ebony
ebriusdrunken
ecclesia {f}church
echinus {m}sea urchin [Echinoidea]
edaxedacious
edentulusedentulous
edictum {n}ordinance
editio {f}edition
educatio {f}educating
educator {m}educator
effectus {m}effect
effeminatuseffeminate
efficacitas {f}efficacy
egere [2]to need
egestas {f}poverty
egoI
egregiusawesome [Am.] [coll.]
egregiusterrific [coll.] [excellent]
elatusproud
electio {f}election
electricus [rec.]electric
electricus [rec.]electrical
electrificina {f} nuclearis [rec.]nuclear power plant [Am.]
electrificina {f} nuclearis [rec.]nuclear power reactor
electrificina {f} nuclearis [rec.]nuclear power station
elephantus {m}elephant
elephas {m}elephant
eloquentia {f}eloquence
email {f}, pera electrica (, perectrica)email, electronic mail
emendatio {f}emendation
emere [3]to purchase
emolumentum {n}advantage
emulsio {f}emulsion
epilepsia {f}epilepsy
epistula {f}letter
equus {m}horse
equus {m}mount [horse]
equus {m}steed
eradectum {n}rooted
ergoergo
ergotherefore
errare [1]to be wrong
eruditio {f}erudition
eruptio {f}eruption
erythraeum mare {n}the Red Sea
Estonia {f} [rec.]Estonia <.ee>
etand
etiamstill
etiam nuncstill
etiamnumstill
Etruria {f} [den.]Etruria
Euhias {f}bacchant
Euhios {m}Bacchus [title given to Bacchus]
Euhius {m}Bacchus [title given to Bacchus]
evadere [3]to avoid
evadere [3]to escape
evadere [3]to evade
evadere [3]to go out
eventus {m}success
evidentia {f}evidence
evidentia {f}obviousness
evidentia {f}vividness
exof
exacerbare [1]to aggravate
exacerbare [1]to exasperate
exacerbare [1]to irritate
exacerbare [1]to provoke
exaudire [4]to comprehend
exaudire [4]to grant
exaudire [4]to hear clearly
exaudire [4]to hearken [archaic]
exaudire [4]to listen
exaudire [4]to obey
exaudire [4]to perceive clearly
exaudire [4]to regard
exaudire [4]to understand
excaecare [1]to blind
excaecare [1]to confuse
excaecare [1]to hide
excaecare [1]to obscure
excellentia {f}excellence
excitare [1]to wake up
excrementum {n}excrement
excusatio {f}excuse
exemplar {n}copy
exemplar {n}model
exemplar {n}reproduction [replica]
exempli gratia <e.g.>for example <e.g.>
exemplum {n}example
exemplum {n}instance
exemplum {n}sample
exemplum {n}specimen
exercitatio {f}exercise
exercitatio {f}practice
exercitatio {f}training
exiguuslittle
exilium {n}exile
existere [3]to appear
existere [3]to arise
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