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English-Latin Dictionary: [1]

abnoctare [1]
to pass the night abroad from home
to stay out all night
to spend the night abroad from home
accommodare [1]
fit adapt to something else
to fit something to something else
ambulare [1]
to walk
cantare [1]
to sing
abacinare [1]
to make blind [especially by using a red-hot iron rod or basin]
remove the power of sight [especially by using a red-hot iron rod or basin]
abaestuare [1]
to wave down richly
abalienare [1]
to remove
to detach
make hostile
to alienate
to estrange
to separate
to abstract
to dispose of
make alien [from someone]
give up possessionius
to transfer by saleius
abbreviare [1]
to weaken
to shorten
to abridge
to epitomize
to break off
to abbreviate
abdicare [1]
to deny
to reject
to refuse
to forbid
to condemn
to disallow
to disapprove of
to withhold a rightius
to renounce [a throne]ius
abequitare [1]
to ride away
aberrare [1]
to err
to aberr
to deviate
to digress
to aberrate
to get lost
to go wrong
to go astray
to stray from
to wander from
to deviate from
to make a mistake
to seek distraction
to forget for a time
abiudicare [1]
to deny
to refuse
to reject
to adjudge away
to take away by a judicial sentence
abiugare [1]
to unyoke
to remove
to separate from
to loose from a yoke
abiurare [1]
to abjure
to deny on oath
abiurgare [1]
to take away
to deny reproachfully
to refuse reproachfully
ablactare [1]
to wean
ablaqueare [1]
to ablaqueate
to loosen the soil around a tree
to form a trench for water around a tree
ablegare [1]
to remove
to banish
to send into exile
to keep at a distance
to send off [on a mission]
to send away [on a mission]
ablocare [1]
to hire
to lease
to contract
to let out on hire
abnatare [1]
float off
to swim off
to swim away
to float away
abnegare [1]
to deny
to refuse
to decline
to be unwilling
abnodare [1]
to cut off knots
to unknotagr.
to clear trees of knotsagr.
abnutare [1]
to forbid
to refuse
abominari [1]
to abhor
to detest
to loathe
to abominate
abortare [1]
to bring forth prematurely
abrenuntiare [1]
to renounce
abrogare [1]
to annul
to recall
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