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EnglishLatin
pacificpacifer
pacificpacificatorius
pacificationpacificatio {f}
to pacifypacare [1]
to pacify [mitigate]mitigare [1]
packsarcina {f}
pack [attr.]sarcinarius
packagesarcina {f}
pactfoedus {n}
pactpactum {n}
PaduaPatavium {n}
paganpaganus
paganpaganus {m}
pagepagina {f}
paindolor {m}
painfullydolenter
painfullyoperose
painstakinglaboriosus
painstakingoperosus
to paintpingere [2]
painted with purpurissumpurpurissatus
to pairgeminare [1]
pairiugum {n}
pair of scalestrutina {f}
pairedgeminatus
pairedgeminus
palaceturris {f}
palaestricpalaestricus
Palatine (Hill) [Rome]Palatium {n}
palepallens
palishpallidulus
palladium <Pd>palladium {n} [rec.] <Pd>
pallidpallidus
palm branch ornamented with ribbonspalma {f} lemniscata
palpebrapalpebra {f}
palpitatingpraetrepidus
paltryminusculus
Pansemicaper {m}
pandemicmorbus {m} pandemius [rec.]
pandemicpandemia {f} [rec.]
PandoraPandora {f}
PannoniaPannonia {f}
papmamilla {f}
paradoxicaladmirabilis
parasitebucca {f}
parchmentmembrana {f}
pardonvenia {f}
parentparens {m} {f}
parentsparentes {m.pl}
ParisLutetia {f} (Parisiorum)
parishparochia {f}
partarticulus {m}
part <pt>pars {f}
ParthiansPersae {m.pl}
partially burnedsemiustulatus
to pass awayabire [irreg.]
to pass the night abroadabnoctare [1]
to pass with their whole body into anotherabire [irreg.] in corpus corpore toto
passageaccessus {m}
passage for cattleactus {m}
passage outabitus {m}
passed overabactus
passionamor {m}
passioniracundia {f}
passionlibido {f}
passionateiracundus
passionate longingappetitio {f}
passionate strivingappetitio {f}
passionatelyimpotenter
passionatelyiracunde
passionatelyiracunditer
pastpraeteritus
pastacollyrae {f.pl}
pastepasta {f}
pasturepabulatio {f}
patchwork quiltcento {m}
paternalpaternus
paternalpatrius
pathsemita {f}
pathvia {f}
patiencepatientia {f}
patiencetolerantia {f}
PatroclusPatroclus {m}
patronpatronus {m}
patron deityindiges {m}
paunchabdomen {n}
to pausesubsistere [3]
to paydare [1]
paymerces {f}
to paynumerare [1]
to pay outerogare [1]
paying outerogatio {f}
peace-bringingpacifer
peace-makingpacificatorius
peaceablepacalis
peacefulpacalis
peacefulpacatus
peacefulpacifer
peacefulplacidus
peacemakerpacificator {m}
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