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Daci {m.pl}Dacians [a people on the lower Danube]
Dacia {f}[the country of the Daci]
dactylus {m}dactyl
daedaleskilfully [Br.]
daedaleskillfully [Am.]
daedalusskilful in creating [Br.]
daedalusskilfully made [Br.]
daedalusskillful in creating [Am.]
daedalusskillfully made [Am.]
Daedalus {m}[mythical Atehnian craftsman]
Dalmatae {m.pl}Dalmatians [a people on the East coast of the Adriatic]
Dalmatia {f}Dalmatia
dama {f}deer
dama {f}venison
damma {f}doe
damnatio {f}condemnation
damnatio {f}conviction
damnatio {f}obligation to pay [of an heir]
damnum {n}damage
damnum {n}loss
Danuvinusbelonging to the Danube
Danuvinusof the Danube
Danuvius {m}Danube
dare [1]to allow
dare [1]to bestow [lend]
dare [1]to dedicate
dare [1]to devote
dare [1]to give
dare [1]to grant [lend]
dare [1]to impart
dare [1]to lend
dare [1]to make
dare [1]to offer
dare [1]to pay
dare [1]to sell
darmstadtium {n} [rec.] <Ds>darmstadtium <Ds>
datio {f}act of allotting
datio {f}act of distributing
datio {f}act of giving
datio {f}giving up
datio {f}right of alienation
datio {f}right to convey away property
datio {f}right to give away property
datio {f}surrender
dativusbelonging to giving
dativusof giving
dativus {m}dative
dativus {m}dative case
datum {n}gift
deambulatio {f}promenading
deambulatio {f}walking abroad
debellare [1]to bring a war to an end
debellare [1]to conquer completely
debellare [1]to fight completely
debellare [1]to fight out
debellare [1]to finish a war
debellare [1]to subdue
debellare [1]to vanquish
debellator {m}conqueror
debellator {m}subduer
debellatrix {f}conqueress
debere [2]to have to
debilitatio {f}laming
debilitatio {f}maiming
debilitatio {f}weakness
debitum {n}fault
decedere [3]to leave
decem [indekl.] <X>ten <10>
decem miliaten thousand
decem novem [indecl.] <XIX>nineteen <19>
Decemberof December
December {m}December
decempedalisten feet long
decennalia {n.pl}festival celebrated every ten years
decennalisof ten years
decennia {n.pl}festival celebrated every ten years
decennisof ten years
decennium {n}period of ten years
decentia {f}comeliness
decentia {f}decency
decertatio {f}decisive struggle
decessio {f}a going away
decessio {f}abatement
decessio {f}decrease
decessio {f}departure
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