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English-Latin Dictionary: A

A-bomb
bomba {f} atomica [rec.]
a couple of
duo
a foot long
pedalis {adj}
a foot thick
pedalis {adj}
pedaneus {adj}
a hundred times
centies {adv}
centiens {adv}
a little intoxicated
ebriolus {adj}
a trifle impudent
improbulus {adj}
bearing a javelin
verutus {adj}
bearing a scepter
sceptrifer {adj}
comprising a thousand
miliarius {adj}
containing a denial
infitialis {adj}
containing a thousand
miliarius {adj}
having a handle
ansatus {adj}
having a rupture
herniosus {adj}
in a nutshell
in nuce {adv}
lasting a year
annuus {adj}
like a crocodile
crocodilinus {adj}
like a cross
cruciformis {adj}
like a horse
cantherinus {adj}
like a mushroom
funginus {adj}
of a battle
proeliaris {adj}mil.
of a belt
zonarius {adj}
of a brother
fraternus {adj}
of a chain
catenarius {adj}
of a consul
consularis {adj}
of a cow
vaccinus {adj}
of a deer
cervinus {adj}
of a deity
divinus {adj}
of a deputy
legatorius {adj}
of a father
paternus {adj}
of a Flaccus
Flaccianus {adj}
of a foot
pedalis {adj}
of a fungus
funginus {adj}
of a garden
hortualis {adj}
hortulanus {adj}
of a girdle
zonarius {adj}
of a god
divinus {adj}
of a guardian
tutorius {adj}
of a herd
armentalis {adj}
of a horse
cantherinus {adj}
of a hypocaustum
hypocaustus {adj}
of a kid
haedinus {adj}anim.
of a kinsman
fraternus {adj}
of a marriage
nuptialis {adj}
of a mother
maternus {adj}
of a mushroom
funginus {adj}
of a relative
fraternus {adj}
of a ship
stlatarius {adj}
of a soldier
stratioticus {adj}mil.
of a stepmother
novercalis {adj}
of a tree
arboreus {adj}
of a triumph
triumphalis {adj}
of a village
paganus {adj}
of a wedding
nuptialis {adj}
of a wife
maritatus {adj}
of a woman
mulierarius {adj}
of a year
annuus {adj}
resembling a cross
cruciformis {adj}
wearing a paenula
paenulatus {adj}
without a dowry
indotatus {adj}
to be a soldier
militare [1]
to catch a cold
algescere [3]med.
to conclude a bargain
contrahere [3]
to contract a cold
algescere [3]med.
to double (a cape)
campsare [1]
to finish a war
debellare [1]
to get a cold
algescere [3]med.
to give a cry
inclamare [1]
to give a husband
maritare [1]
to make a call
inclamare [1]
to make a contract
contrahere [3]
to make a mistake
aberrare [1]
to make a stand
subsistere [3]
to offer a price
poscere [3]
to take a stand
subsistere [3]
to withhold a right
abdicare [1]ius
a going away
decessio {f}
of a ball
pilaris {noun}
a foot in breadth
pedalis {adj}
pedaneus {adj}
a foot in diameter
pedalis {adj}
a foot in length
pedalis {adj}
pedaneus {adj}
a foot in thickness
pedalis {adj}
a halffoot in size
semipedalis {adj}
semipedaneus {adj}
armed with a dart
verutus {adj}
armed with a javelin
verutus {adj}
barred like a tiger
tigrinus {adj}
belonging to a battle
proeliaris {adj}mil.
belonging to a belt
zonarius {adj}
belonging to a deity
divinus {adj}
belonging to a deputy
legatorius {adj}
belonging to a father
paternus {adj}
belonging to a Flaccus
Flaccianus {adj}
belonging to a garden
hortualis {adj}
hortulanus {adj}
belonging to a girdle
zonarius {adj}
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