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LatinEnglish
rabidusfrenzied
rabidusmad
rabidusraging
rabiduswild
radiare [1]to beam
radiare [1]to radiate light
radiare [1]to shine
radioactivus [rec.]radioactive
radiographia {f} [rec.]radiograph
radiophonum {n} [rec.]radio
radiotherapia {f} [rec.]radiation therapy
radiotherapia {f} [rec.]radiotherapy
raedarius {m}driver
ramosushaving many branches
ramus {m}bough
ramus {m}branch
ramus {m}twig
rapere [3]to carry off
rapere [3]to pillage
rapidusfast
rapidusrapid
raptor {m}robber
rarusrare
rarusthin
ratio {f}mind [intention, aim]
ratiuncula {f}poor reason
reapseactually
recidivusrecurring
recordari [1] [+acc.] [de+abl.]to remember
recordatio {f}memory
recordatio {f}recollection
rectastraight ahead
redemptio {f}redemption
reditus {m}return
refugium {n}refuge
regina {f}queen
regio {f}region
regnare [1]to reign
regnum {n}authority
regnum {n}kingdom
regnum {n}realm
regnum {n}rule
relicusleft
relicuusleft
religio {f}religion <rel.>
relinquere [3]to leave (behind)
reliquusleft
reminisci [3]to remember
removere [2]to remove
removere [2]to take away
renovare [1]to renew
renovatio {f}renewal
renovatio {f}renovation
renovatio {f}restoration
reperire [4]to find [discover, detect]
repetitio {f}repetition
repletusfull
reprehendere [3]to reprehend
res {f}affair
res {f}circumstance
res {f}deed
res {f}event
res {f}fact
res {f}matter
res {f}object
res {f}occurrence
res {f}thing
residere [2]to abide
residere [2]to linger
residere [2]to reside
responsum {n}respondence
retardatio {f}delay
reverain fact
reverensreverent
reverentia {f}reverence
rex {m}king
rhetoricusof rhetoric
rhetoricusrhetorical
rhinoceros {m}rhinoceros
rhonchare [1]to snore
ridere [2]to laugh
rigidusrigid
rigor {m}rigidity
rigor {m}stiffness
ritus {m}ritual
robotum [rec.]robot
robur {n}strength
robustusstrong
roseuspink
rotula {f}small wheel
ruberred
rubor {m}blush
rubor {m}disgrace
rubor {m}redness
rubor {m}shame
rufusred
rumpere [3]to break
rumpere [3]to burst
rumpere [3]to destroy [fig.]
rumpere [3]to force open
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