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Dictionarium latino-anglicum

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English-Latin Dictionary: a
A-bomb
bomba {f} atomica [rec.]
a couple of
duo
a hundred times
centies {adv}
centiens {adv}
bearing a scepter
sceptrifer {adj}
containing a denial
infitialis {adj}
in a nutshell
in nuce {adv}
like a horse
cantherinus {adj}
of a cow
vaccinus {adj}
of a horse
cantherinus {adj}
of a marriage
nuptialis {adj}
of a mother
maternus {adj}
of a wedding
nuptialis {adj}
wearing a paenula
paenulatus {adj}
to catch a chill
algescere [3]med.
to catch a cold
algescere [3]med.
to contract a cold
algescere [3]med.
to double (a cape)
campsare [1]
to get a cold
algescere [3]med.
to make a mistake
aberrare [1]
to make a plea
contradicere [3]ius
to take a chill
algescere [3]med.
to take a cold
algescere [3]med.
to withhold a right
abdicare [1]ius
a going away
decessio {f}
belonging to a horse
cantherinus {adj}
clothed in a sagum
sagatus {adj}
having a hundred heads
centiceps {adj}
I have a headache.
Caput mihi dolet.
of a young girl
puellaris {adj}
with a military cloak
paludatus {adj}
to add to a heap
accumulare [1]
adcumulare [1]
to charge with a crime
accussare [1]
accusare [1]ius
to forget for a time
aberrare [1]
to keep at a distance
ablegare [1]
to lay a trap for
aucupari [1]
to loose from a yoke
abiugare [1]
to make a complaint against
accusare [1]
accussare [1]
to put in a caveat
contradicere [3]ius
to raise a cry at
acclamare [1]
adclamare [1]
to stand at a distance
abstare [1]
bottom of a ship
carina {f}
fruit of a tree
baca {f}
bacca {f}
belonging to a public / professional prosecutor
accusatorius {adj}
of a public / professional prosecutor
accusatorius {adj}
one step at a time
gradatim {adv}
received in the place of a child
adoptaticius {adj}
since a very long time ago
ab aeterno
to be in a weak condition
vacillare [1]
to form a trench for water around a tree
ablaqueare [1]
to loosen the soil around a tree
ablaqueare [1]
to take away by a judicial sentence
abiudicare [1]
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