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EnglishLatin
cadavercadaver {n}
cadaverouscadaverosus
CadmusCadmus {m}
cagecavea {f}
cakeplacenta {f}
calamitycalamitas {f}
calamitycasus {m}
calcareouscalcareus
to calculateadaerare [1]
calf [Sura]sura {f}
to callvocare [1]
calling outproclamatio {f}
calmpacatus
calumny [in respect to the accuser]crimen {n}
camelcamelus {m} {f}
camelopard [archaic] [giraffe]camelopardalis {f}
CampaniaCampania {f}
to canposse [irreg.]
cancellingabolitio {f}
cancercancer {m}
cancercancer {n}
Cancer [zodiac]cancer {m}
Cancer [zodiac]cancer {n}
cancerouscanceraticus [rec.]
cankercancer {m}
cankercancer {n}
capacityfacultas {f}
capitalcaput {n}
Capitoline (Hill) [Rome]Capitolium {n}
CappadociaCappadocia {f}
capsulecapsula {f}
captious criticcavillator {m}
captiousnesscavillatio {f}
to capturecapere [3]
carautoraeda {f} [rec.]
carecautio {f}
carecura {f}
carefulcautus
carefuldiligens
carefully performedaccuratus
carefully preparedaccuratus
carelessincautus
carelessneglegens
carelessnesssecuritas {f}
carnagecaedes {f}
carpetstragulum {n}
carpuscarpus {m}
to carryferre [irreg.]
to carry across [transport]transportare [1]
to carry backreportare [1]
to carry offrapere [3]
to carry oftengestitare [1]
carrying under the armsubalaris
cartilagecartilago {f}
casecausa {f}
casket for incenseacerra {f}
to castigatecastigare [1]
castleburgus {m}
casualadventicius
catfaeles {f}
catfaelis {f}
catapultcatapulta {f}
to catch a chillalgescere [3]
to catch a coldalgescere [3]
to catch coldalgescere [3]
Catholiccatholicus
cattle rustlerabigeus {m}
cattle stealerabigeus {m}
cattle thiefabactor {m}
cattle thiefabigeus {m}
cattle thievingabactus {m}
CaucasusCaucasus {m}
caudacauda {f}
cause [of a crime]crimen {n}
to cause someone to be absentabsentare [1]
causticcausticus
caution [security, bail]cautio {f}
cautiouscautus
cautiouslycautim
caveantrum {n}
cavernantrum {n}
cavilercavillator {m}
cavillercavillator {m}
cavityantrum {n}
to celebratecelebrare [1]
to celebrate the festival of Bacchusbacchari [1]
celerityceleritas {f}
celestialcaelestis
cell phonetelephonium {n} portabile
to censurevituperare [1]
censurevituperatio {f}
center [Am.]centrum {n}
centre [Br.]centrum {n}
centre [Br.]medietas {f}
centrumcentrum {n}
centurioncenturio {m}
cerebellumcerebellum {n}
certaincerto
certaincertus
chaffpalea {f}
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