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EnglishLatin
Sabbathsabbatum {n}
sabuloussabulosus
sacksaccus {m}
sacking [pillaging]depopulatio {f}
sacramentsacramentum {n}
sacredconsecratus
sacredsacrosanctus
to sacrificemactare [1]
sacrificesacrificium {n}
sacrificesacrum {n}
sacrificial animalhostia {f}
safesalvus
safe by being warycavendo tutus
safetysecuritas {f}
saiddictus
to sailnavigare [1]
sailvelum {n}
to sail bycampsare [1]
saladacetaria {n}
saltsal {m}
salutationsalutatio {f}
salvationsalus {f}
salveunguentum {n}
SalzburgSalisburgum {n}
sampleexemplum {n}
sanctuarytemplum {n}
sandharena {f}
sandsabulum {n}
sanesapiens
sanguinarysanguinarius
SardiniaSardinia {f}
satisfiedcontentus
Saturday <Sat., Sa.>sabbatum {n}
saucepan [Br.]cacabus {m}
savageatrox
savageferus
savagesaevus
savedsalvus
to saydicere [3]
to say goodbyevaledicere [3]
sb./sth. isaliquis/aliquid est
scabbardvagina {f}
scalelanx {f}
scapulascapula {f}
scarcicatrix {f}
scarcityinopia {f}
scarcitypenuria {f}
to scatterdisicere [3]
scenescaena {f}
scepter [Am.]sceptrum {n}
sceptre [Br.]sceptrum {n}
schoolschola {f}
sciencescientia {f}
scoffingcavillatio {f}
to scoldvituperare [1]
scoldingobiurgatio {f}
scornfullycontemptim
to scraperadere [3]
to scratchradere [3]
to screamflere [2]
screenshotcaptura scrani, captura imaginis {f}
screwclavus {m}
screwcoclea {f}
screw [winepress]cochlea {f}
scribescriba {m}
scripturescriptum {n}
scrotal sac [scrotum]coleus {m}
scrotumcoleus {m}
sculptorsculptor {m}
seagurges {m}
seamare {n}
Sea of MarmaraPropontis {f}
Sea of Marmora [spv.]Propontis {f}
sea urchin [Echinoidea]echinus {m}
seacoastora {f}
seagullLarus larus
seasicknessnausea {f}
seasonhora {f}
seasonedconditus
seaweedalga {f}
secessionsecessio {f}
secludedsecretus
secretsecretum {n}
secretsecretus
secretarycancellarius {m}
securitysecuritas {f}
sedgecarex {f}
seditionseditio {f}
to seduceabigere [3]
to seevidere [2]
to seekhabiturire [4]
to seek distractionaberrare [1]
to seek outconquirere [3]
to seek to deal withaucupari [1]
to seetheadaggerare [1]
to seetheaestuare [1]
Seine (River)Sequana {m}
to seizecapere [3]
selectionselectio {f}
SeleneSelene {f}
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