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Dictionarium latino-anglicum

BETA Latin-English translation for: be
 
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English-Latin Dictionary: be

to be [exist]
existere [3]
exsistere [3]
Belgium <.be>
Belgium {n}geogr.
to be able
posse [irreg.]
to be absent
absentare [1]
to be afraid
timere [2]
to be agitated
aestuare [1]
to be alive
vivere [3]
to be ashamed
pudere [2]
to be empty
vacare [1]
to be fragrant
halare [1]
to be healthy
valere [2]
to be idle
vacare [1]
to be influential
valere [2]
to be morose
acediari [1]
to be peevish
acediari [1]
to be powerful
valere [2]
to be quick
adcelerare [1]
to be silent
tacere [2]
to be strong
valere [2]
to be stuck
haesitare [1]
to be undecided
haesitare [1]
to be unoccupied
vacare [1]
to be unwilling
abnegare [1]
to be vacant
vacare [1]
to be valid
valere [2]
to be wrong
errare [1]
to be free (from)
vacare [1]
Let there be bread.
Fiat panis.
Let there be light.
Fiat lux.relig.
to be employed in much
actitare [1]
to be employed in often
actitare [1]
I am not what I used to be
non sum qualis eram
I am what you will be. [motto on a gravestone]
Sum quod eris.
May the force be with you!
Sit vis tecum!relig.
that is to be wished for
desiderabilis {adj}
to be in a weak condition
vacillare [1]
to cause someone to be absent
absentare [1]
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