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EnglishLatin
Baal [Syrian deity]Baal {m}
Baal [Syrian deity]Bahal {m}
to babbleargutare [1]
babblerbabulus {m}
BabylonBabylon {f}
BabylonianBabylonicus
BabylonianBabyloniensis
BabylonianBabylonius
BabylonianBabylonius {m}
Babylonian [female]Babylonia {f}
BacchanalianBacchanalis
bacchantEuhias {f}
bacchantebaccha {f}
Bacchantesbacchans {f}
Bacchus [title given to Bacchus]Euhios {m}
Bacchus [title given to Bacchus]Euhius {m}
backrursus
backtergum {n}
back parttergum {n}
back toothgenuinus {m}
backbonespina {f}
backwardrursus
backwardsrursus
badmalus
badniger
Baden-WuerttembergBadenia-Virtembergia {f} [rec.]
badinagecavillatio {f}
badly armedsemiermis
badly armedsemiermus
BaeticBaeticus
bagsaccus {m}
baggagesarcina {f}
baggage [attr.]sarcinarius
bailsponsus {m}
balancetrutina {f}
to balance (against)compensare [1]
balneary [archaic]balneum {n}
bandcolligatio {f}
band of conspiratorsconiuratio {f}
bandagefascia {f}
bandageinfula {f}
bandageinstita {f}
bandageligamentum {n}
bangcrepitus {m}
to banishablegare [1]
to banishexterminare [1] [fig.]
bantercavillatio {f}
banterercavillator {m}
barbarityferocia {f}
barbaroussaevus
barbarouslysaeve
barbarouslysaeviter
barenudus
to bargaincontrahere [3]
bargainpactio {f}
bargain [agreement]pactum {n}
barium <Ba>barium {n} [rec.] <Ba>
barium <Ba>baryum {n} [rec.] <Ba>
to barklatrare [1]
barleyhordeum {n}
barnhorreum {n}
barred like a tigertigrinus
barrenspadonius
baseturpis
base metalaes {n}
baselyturpiter
basementcella {f}
basenessturpitudo {f}
bashfulnesspudor {m}
basinlabrum {n}
basisbasis {f}
basketcavea {f}
bastardadulter {m}
bathbaliscus {m}
bathbalneum {n}
bath keeperbalneator {m}
bath tublabrum {n}
bathtublabrum {n}
to batterpraecidere [3]
battleduellum {n}
battlepugna {f}
battle lineacies {f}
BavariaBavaria {f}
bawdsaga {f}
bawlerbucca {f}
bawling continuallyclamosus
bawling loudlyclamosus
to be [exist]existere [3]
to be [exist]exsistere [3]
to be a soldiermilitare [1]
to be ableposse [irreg.]
to be absentabsentare [1]
to be admireddemirandus
to be afraidtimere [2]
to be agitatedaestuare [1]
to be alivevivere [3]
to be ashamedpudere [2]
to be bentincurvari [1]
to be bowed downincurvari [1]
to be briefpraecidere [3]
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