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EnglishLatin
labiumlabium {n}
laboriouslaboriosus
laceratedcollaceratus
lacking expertise [postpos.]imperitus
LadiniaLadinia {f}
ladydomina {f}
lakelacuna {f}
lake [with outlet and inlet]lacus {m}
Lake GenevaLemannus {m}
Lake LemanLemannus {m}
lambkinagnellus {m}
lamentationlamentatio {f}
lamentingfletus {m}
laminalamina {f}
laminalamna {f}
lamplucerna {f}
lamplumen {n}
lamplychnus {m}
lanatelanatus
lancerlanciarius {m}
landterra {f}
land tortoisechersos {f}
language <lang.>lingua {f}
languidlanguidus
lanternlumen {n}
LaomedonLaomedon {m}
lapselapsus {m}
larchlarix {f}
lastdenique
lastpostremo
lastpostremus
lastultimus
last resortultima ratio {f}
lasting [durable]durabilis
lateserus
laterpost
laterpostea
laterposterius
Latvia <.lv>Lettonia {f} [rec.]
to laughridere [2]
laurellaurus {f}
to lave [literary]lavare [1]
lawlex {f}
law-suitcausa {f}
lawyerforensis {m}
to lay a trap foraucupari [1]
to lay onaccommodare [1]
to lay onadcommodare [1]
to leadducere [3]
to leadductare [1]
lead <Pb>plumbum {n}
leaderdux {m} {f}
leadergubernator {m}
leaflamina {f}
leaflamna {f}
to lean against somethingacclinare [1]
to lean against somethingadclinare [1]
to lean on somethingacclinare [1]
to lean on somethingadclinare [1]
to lean towardsacclinare [1]
to lean towards [+Dat]adclinare [1]
leaningacclinis
to leap upexsultare [1]
leapingexsultatio {f}
leaping (about)exsultim
leaping (about)exultim
leaping for joyexsultatio {f}
learned ignorancedocta ignorantia {f} [Nicolaus Cusanus]
to leaseablocare [1]
leasedablocatus
to leavedecedere [3]
to leave (behind)relinquere [3]
lecternpulpitum {n}
leechhirudo {f}
leftrelicus
leftrelicuus
leftreliquus
left [to / on the left]sinistra
legcrus {n}
legationlegatio {f}
legionlegio {f}
legumefrux {f}
Leipsic [old spelling]Lipsia {f} [den.]
Leipzic [old spelling of Leipzig]Lipsia {f} [den.]
leisurelyvacive
to lenddare [1]
lengthlongitudo {f}
leniencelenitas {f}
lessminor
to let inadmittere [3]
to let outmittere [3]
to let out on hireablocare [1]
Let there be bread.Fiat panis.
Let there be light.Fiat lux.
letterepistula {f}
lettertabella {f}
letter [of the alphabet]littera {f}
letter carrier [Am.] [NZ]tabellarius {m}
lettucelactuca {f}
levelcampus {m}
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