DE.LINGUA.LATINA

TABULA CONTINENTIAE – Table of Contents

SUBSTANTIAE – Resources

GRAMMATICA LATINIA – Latin Grammar

VOCABULA

VOCABULA LATINA ET ANGLICA IN HIC BLOG

TABULA

LATINE ANGLICE
ACCESSA Approach
ACCESSUS Approach
ACCESSUS Entry
ACTIONES Activities
AGER Field
APPELLARE Address
APPELLARE Call
ARIDITAS Drought
ATTRACTIVUS Interesting
CALOR Hot
CAMBRIA Wales
CASTRA Fort
CINEMATOGRAPHATUS Film, Movie
CINEMATOGRAPHICUS Movie Scriptwriter
CINEMATOGRAPHO Film;
CINEMATOGRAPHUS Film-Maker
CIRCUMSPICIO Survey
COGITATA Ideas
COMPOSITUS Arranged
COMPOSTUS Arranged
CONFUSANEUS Miscellaneous
CONVERTERE Convert, Tranform
CRIMEN Crime
CRITICUM Literary Criticism
CULPA Crime
DEFINITIO Classification
DEFINITIO Definition
DIFFINITIO
DISCIPLINA Discipline
DISCIPLINA Education
DISCIPLINA Teaching
EMINENTER Highly
EXCUTIO Cast Out, Examine, Search
EXEMPLARIS Transcript
EXORDIUM Beginning, Introduction
EXQUAESITOR Investigator
EXQUAESITOR Researcher
EXQUAESITOR Searcher
EXQUISITOR Investigator
EXQUISITOR Researcher
EXQUISITOR Searcher
EXTRAHERE Extract
FONS Source
FRAUS Fraud, Crime
GENERALIS General
GENERALIS Generic
HOMO Human Being
HOMO Man
HOMO Person
IGNEUS Hot
IMPERIUM The Roman Empire
INFORMATIO Information
INGRESSUS Embarking On
INGRESSUS Entry
INGRESSUS Point of Entry
INITU Start
INITUS Entry
INQUIRO Inquire, Investigate
INQUISICIO Inquiry, Search
INQUISITIO Inquiry, Search
INTERRETIALIS Internet-Derived
INVESTIGATIO Investigation, Search
JAM Now
LIMA Revision
LUDUS Game
LUSOR Player
LUSUS Game
LUSUS Play
MASSA Mass
MISCELLUS Miscellaneous
MULTIPLICABILIS Multiple
NOVITER Newly, Recently
NUMEROSUS Numerous
NUNC Now
OSTENDO Reveal
PERICLUM Danger
PERICLUM Peril
PERICULUM Danger
PERICULUM Peril
PROHEMIUM Preface, Introduction
PROHOEMIUM Preface, Introduction
PROOEMIUM Preface, Introduction
RECENTER Recently
RELIQUIA Remains, Traces
RIMOR Probe, Search
SCIENTIA Science
SENSITIVUS Sensitive
SOLSTITIUM Summer
SUPERVIVO Survive
SYMBOLUM Symbol
SYMBOLUS Symbol
TYPUS Type
VALENS Strong
VENDITOR Seller
VENDITOR Vendor
VIRENS Herbage

EX VERBORUM GULIELMI WHITAKER

  • Cambria, Cambriae N F 1 1 F [XXBEE] Wales;
  • accessa, accessae N F 1 1 F [DXXES] approach, arrival; entry, admittance, audience; hostile approach/attack; onset;
  • accessus, accessus N M 4 1 M [XXXBO] approach, arrival; entry, admittance, audience; hostile approach/attack; onset;
  • actio, actionis N F 3 1 F [XXXAO] act, action, activity, deed; incident;, plot (play); legal process, suit; plea;
  • ager, agri N M 2 3 M [XXXAO] field, ground; farm, land, estate, park; territory, country; terrain; soil;
  • appello, appellare, appellavi, appellatus V TRANS [XXXAO] call (upon); address; dun; solicit; appeal (to); bring to court; accuse; name;
  • ariditas, ariditatis N F 3 1 F [XXXEO] dryness; drought; scanty food; anything (pl.) dry/withered/parched;
  • attractivus, attractiva, attractivum ADJ [FXXDK] interesting;
  • castra, castrae N F 1 1 F [BWXFO] camp, military camp/field; army; fort, fortress; war service; day’s march;
  • cinematographatus V 1 1 [HXXDK] film;
  • cinematographicus, cinematographica, cinematographicum ADJ [HTXDK] cinematic; of film; cinematographic;
  • cinematographicus, cinematographici N M 2 1 M [HXXFE] movie scriptwriter;
  • cinematographo, cinematographare, cinematographavi, cinematographatus V 1 1 [HXXDK] film;
  • cinematographo, cinematographare, cinematographavi, cinematographatus V [HXXDK] Modern lesser film;
  • cinematographus, cinematographi N M 2 1 M [HXXDK] film-maker;
  • circumspicio, circumspicere, circumspexi, circumspectus V 3 1 [XXXAO] look around/over/for, survey; inspect; search for/seek; examine/review; ponder;
  • cogitatum, cogitati N N 2 2 N [XXXCO] result of deliberation, thoughts/ideas/reflections; intentions/plans; (pl. L+S);
  • compositus, composita -um, compositior -or -us, compositissimus -a -um ADJ [XXXBO] well-arranged/ordered, regular, matching; made up of several parts, compound;
  • compostus, composta -um, compostior -or -us, compostissimus -a -um ADJ [XXXBO] well-arranged/ordered, regular, matching; made up of several parts, compound;
  • confusaneus, confusanea, confusaneum ADJ [XXXFO] composite, derived from several sources; mingled (L+S); miscellaneous;
  • converto, convertere, converti, conversus V 3 1 [XXXAO] translate; modify, adapt; change/alter/transform; convert (to cash), pay over;
  • crimen, criminis N N 3 2 N [XLXAO] sin/guilt; crime/offense/fault; cause of a crime, criminal (L+S); adultery;
  • criticum, critici N N 2 2 N [XGXFO] literary criticism (pl.);
  • culpa, culpae N F 1 1 F [XXXAO] fault/blame/responsibility (w/GEN); crime (esp. against chastity); negligence;
  • definitio, definitionis N F 3 1 F [XXXCO] classification; pronouncement, ruling; argument based on definition of term;
  • definitio, definitionis N F 3 1 F [XXXCO] definition, precise description; specification; fixing/marking a boundry;
  • diffinitio, diffinitionis N F 3 1 F [FXXCO] definition, precise description; specification; fixing/marking a boundry;
  • disciplina, disciplinae N F 1 1 F [XXXBX] teaching, instruction, education; training; discipline; method, science, study;
  • eminenter, eminentius, eminentissime ADV [DXXES] highly; eminently; of higher/noble birth;
  • excutio, excutere, excussi, excussus V 3 1 [XXXBX] shake out or off; cast out; search, examine;
  • exemplaris, exemplaris N M 3 3 M [XXXEO] copy; transcript;
  • exordium, exordi(i) N N 2 4 N [XXXCX] beginning; introduction, preface;
  • exquaesitor, exquaesitoris N M 3 1 M [XXXFO] searcher; investigator, researcher;
  • exquisitor, exquisitoris N M 3 1 M [DXXES] searcher; investigator, researcher;
  • extraho, extrahere, extraxi, extractus V 3 1 [XXXBX] drag out; prolong; rescue, extract; remove;
  • fraus, fraudis N F 3 1 F [XXXBX] fraud; trickery, deceit; imposition, offense, crime; delusion;
  • generalis, generalis, generale ADJ [XXXBO] general, generic; shared by/common to a class/kind; of the nature of a thing;
  • homo, hominis N M 3 1 M [XXXAX] man, human being, person, fellow; [novus homo => nouveau riche];
  • igneus, ignea, igneum ADJ [XXXCX] fiery, hot; ardent;
  • imperium, imperi(i) N N 2 4 N [XXXAX] command; authority; rule, supreme power; the state, the empire;
  • informatio, informationis N F 3 1 F [GXXDK] information;
  • ingressus, ingressus N M 4 1 M [XXXCX] entry; going in/embarking on (topic/speech); point of entry, approach; steps;
  • initus, initus N M 4 1 M [XXXCX] entry, start;
  • inquiro, inquirere, inquisivi, inquisitus V 3 1 [XXXBX] examine, investigate, scrutinize; seek grounds for accusation; search, seek;
  • inquisicio, inquisicionis N F 3 1 F [EXXBO] search, hunting out; inquiry, investigation; spying; collecting evidence;
  • inquisitio, inquisitionis N F 3 1 F [XXXBO] search, hunting out; inquiry, investigation; spying; collecting evidence;
  • interretialis, interretialis, interretiale ADJ [HXXDK] Internet-derived;
  • investigatio, investigationis N F 3 1 F [XXXCO] search; inquiry, investigation; research;
  • jam ADV [XXXAO] now, already, by/even now; besides; [non ~ => no longer; ~ pridem => long ago];
  • lima, limae N F 1 1 F [XXXCX] file (carpenter’s); polishing/revision (of a literary work);
  • ludus, ludi N M 2 1 M [XXXBX] game, play, sport, pastime, entertainment, fun; school, elementary school;
  • lusor, lusoris N M 3 1 M [XXXCX] player; tease; one who treats (of a subject) lightly;
  • lusus, lusus N M 4 1 M [XXXBX] play; game, sport; amusement; amorous sport;
  • massa, massae N F 1 1 F [XXXCX] mass, bulk; heavy weight, load, burden; lump; kneaded dough;
  • miscellus, miscella, miscellum ADJ [XAXCO] hybrid, of mixed type/breed; assorted, miscellaneous; an inferior grape/wine;
  • multiplicabilis, multiplicabilis, multiplicabile ADJ [XXXFO] multiple, manifold;
  • noviter ADV [DXXES] recently, newly;
  • numerosus, numerosa -um, numerosior -or -us, numerosissimus -a -um ADJ [XXXBO] numerous/many, of many units/parts/people; multiple; manifold/varied; prolific;
  • nunc ADV [XXXAX] now, today, at present;
  • periclum, pericli N N 2 2 N [XLXAO] danger, peril; trial, attempt; risk; responsibility for damage, liability;
  • periculum, periculi N N 2 2 N [XLXAO] danger, peril; trial, attempt; risk; responsibility for damage, liability;
  • prohemium, prohemii N N 2 2 N [XXXCO] preface, introduction, preamble; beginning, prelude; overature (music);
  • prohoemium, prohoemii N N 2 2 N [XXXCO] preface, introduction, preamble; beginning, prelude; overature (music);
  • prooemium, prooemii N N 2 2 N [XXXCO] preface, introduction, preamble; beginning, prelude; overature (music);
  • recenter, recentius, recentissime ADV [DXXES] lately, newly, recently; freshly;
  • reliquia, reliquiae N F 1 1 F [XXXAO] remains/relics (pl.) (esp. post cremation); remnants/traces/vestiges; survivors;
  • rimor, rimari, rimatus sum V DEP 1 1 DEP [XXXCX] probe, search; rummage about for, examine, explore;
  • scientia, scientiae N F 1 1 F [XXXAX] knowledge, science; skill;
  • sensitivus, sensitiva, sensitivum ADJ [FEXDF] sensitive, detectable/knowing through the senses, perceiving;
  • siccus, sicca, siccum ADJ [XXXBX] dry;
  • solstitium, solstiti(i) N N 2 4 N [XXXCX] solstice; summer-time, heat of the summer-solstice;
  • sumbolum, sumboli N N 2 2 N [XXXDS] token/symbol; matching objects proving identity; signet ring; warrant, permit;
  • sumbolus, sumboli N M 2 1 M [XXXDO] token/symbol; matching objects proving identity; signet ring; warrant, permit;
  • supervivo, supervivere, supervixi, – V 3 1 [XXXCX] survive, outlive;
  • symbolum, symboli N N 2 2 N [XXXDS] token/symbol; matching objects proving identity; signet ring; warrant, permit;
  • symbolus, symboli N M 2 1 M [XXXDO] token/symbol; matching objects proving identity; signet ring; warrant, permit;
  • typus, typi N M [XXXCO] figure, bas-relief; ground plan; pattern, type, prototype, model, symbol; form/type/character (of a fever);
  • valens, valentis (gen.), valentior -or -us, valentissimus -a -um ADJ [XXXAO] strong; vigorous/healthy/robust; powerful/potent/effective; severe; influential;
  • venditor, venditoris N M 3 1 M [XXXCO] seller/vendor; one who sells for bribes or corrupt payments;
  • virens, virentiis N N 3 2 N [DAXFS] plants (pl.); herbage;

VOCABULA.CATEGORIARUM.MAJORIUM

TABULA

SENTENTIA LATINE ANGLICE (In English)
ACTIONES Activities
AEDIFICATORIA Architecture;
ANIMULUS Soul
ANIMUS Mind
ANIMUS Intellect
ANIMUS Soul
ARCHAEOLOGIA Archeology
ARCHITECTARE To Archetect
ARCHITECTONICUS Archetectural
ARCHITECTURA Archetecture
ASTROLOGIA Astronomy
ASTROLOGIA Astrology
CINEMATOGRAPHATUS Film
CINEMATOGRAPHATUS Movie
CINEMATOGRAPHICUS Movie Scriptwriter
CINEMATOGRAPHO Film
CINEMATOGRAPHUS Film-Maker
COGITATA Ideas
COGNITIO Idea
COMMERCIUM Exchange
COMMUNICATIONES Communications
CONFUSANEUS Miscellaneous
COR Heart, Soul
CORPUS Body
CRIMEN Crime
DOCTRINA Education
EDUCATIO Rearing
ERUDITIO Education
FAENERATUS Investing
HOMO Human Being
IMAGINES MENTIS Ideas
IMAGO Idea
JUS Justice, Law
LEX Law
MATHESIS Mathematics
MENS Mind, Reason, Intellect
MISCELLUS Miscellaneous
NEGOTIUM Business
PECTUS Heart, Soul
SCIENTIA Science
TRES PARTES HOMINIUM Mind, Body, Soul (3 Parts)

EX VERBORUM GULIELMI WHITAKER

  • actio, actionis N F 3 1 F [XXXAO] act, action, activity, deed; incident;, plot (play); legal process, suit; plea;
  • aedificatoria, aedificatoriae N F 1 1 F [DTXES] architecture;
  • animulus, animuli N M 2 1 M [XXXEO] heart, soul (only VOC as term of endearment);
  • animus, animi N M 2 1 M [XXXAO] mind; intellect; soul; feelings; heart; spirit, courage, character, pride; air;
  • archaeologia, archaeologiae N F [HSXFE] archaeology; study of antiquities;
  • architecto, architectare, architectavi, architectatus V TRANS 1 1 TRANS [XTXEO] design (building), practice architecture;
  • architectonice, architectonices N F 1 6 F [XTXFO] architecture, art of building;
  • architectonicus, architectonica, architectonicum ADJ [XTXFO] architectural, relating to architecture;
  • architectura, architecturae N F 1 1 F [XTXEO] architecture, art of building;
  • astrologia, astrologiae N F 1 1 F [XSXCO] astronomy, astrology, science/study of the heavenly bodies; book on astronomy;
  • cinematographatus V 1 1 [HXXDK] film;
  • cinematographicus, cinematographica, cinematographicum ADJ [HTXDK] cinematic; of film; cinematographic;
  • cinematographicus, cinematographici N M 2 1 M [HXXFE] movie scriptwriter;
  • cinematographo, cinematographare, cinematographavi, cinematographatus V 1 1 [HXXDK] film;
  • cinematographo, cinematographare, cinematographavi, cinematographatus V [HXXDK] Modern lesser film;
  • cinematographus, cinematographi N M 2 1 M [HXXDK] film-maker;
  • cogitatum, cogitati N N 2 2 N [XXXCO] result of deliberation, thoughts/ideas/reflections; intentions/plans; (pl. L+S);
  • cognitio, cognitionis N F 3 1 F [XXXAO] getting to know (fact/subject/person); acquaintance; idea/notion; knowledge;
  • commercium, commerci(i) N N 2 4 N [XXXAO] exchange, trafficking; goods, military supplies; trade routes; use in common;
  • communicatio, communicationis N F [XXXCO] sharing, imparting; partaking; fellowship; communication; consult (w/audience);
  • confusaneus, confusanea, confusaneum ADJ [XXXFO] composite, derived from several sources; mingled (L+S); miscellaneous;
  • cor, cordis N N 3 2 N [XXXAO] heart; mind/soul/spirit; intellect/judgment; sweetheart; souls/persons (pl.);
  • corpus, corporis N N 3 2 N [XXXAO] body; person, self; virility; flesh; corpse; trunk; frame(work); collection/sum;
  • crimen, criminis N N 3 2 N [XLXAO] sin/guilt; crime/offense/fault; cause of a crime, criminal (L+S); adultery;
  • doctrina, doctrinae N F 1 1 F [XXXBX] education; learning; science; teaching; instruction; principle; doctrine;
  • educatio, educationis N F [XXXCX] bringing up; rearing;
  • eruditio, eruditionis N F 3 1 F [XGXCO] instruction/teaching/education; learning/erudition; taught knowledge; culture;
  • faeneror, faenerari, faeneratus sum V DEP [XXXDO] lend money at interest; make interest/profit; invest/finance/supply; borrow;
  • homo, hominis N M 3 1 M [XXXAX] man, human being, person, fellow; [novus homo => nouveau riche];
  • imago, imaginis N F 3 1 F [XXXAX] likeness, image, appearance; statue; idea; echo; ghost, phantom;
  • jus, juris N N 3 2 N [XLXAX] law (pl. only NOM, ACC), right; duty; justice; that which is binding; oath;
  • lex, legis N F [XLXAX] law; motion, bill, statute; principle; condition;
  • mathesis, mathesis N F 3 3 F [XXXES] maths; science; astrology;
  • mens, mentis N F 3 3 F [XXXAX] mind; reason, intellect, judgement; plan, intention, frame of mind; courage;
  • miscellus, miscella, miscellum ADJ [XAXCO] hybrid, of mixed type/breed; assorted, miscellaneous; an inferior grape/wine;
  • negotium, negoti(i) N N [XXXAX] pain, trouble, annoyance, distress; work, business, activity, job;
  • pectus, pectoris N N 3 2 N [XBXAX] breast, heart; feeling, soul, mind;
  • scientia, scientiae N F 1 1 F [XXXAX] knowledge, science; skill;

VOCABULA.LATINA.GENERALIS

TABULA

SENTENTIA ANGLICE
ABDICATIVUS Negative
ABJUDICATIVUS Negative
ABNEGATIVUS Negative
ABSQUE except for
ACTIO Act, Activity
ACTUM Act, Transaction
ACTUS Act, Performance
AFFIRMATIO Affirmation
AURIGA Driver
CARTA record, letter
CHOROGRAPHIA geography
COEPIO commence, begin
COMMENTARIUM Notebook, Journal
COMMODUS Suitable
CONSEQUENS Consequently, Subsequent
CONSUMMATIO final result, conclusion
CONTINENTIA Contents
DECLINATIO declination
DESCRIPTUM Writings, Journal
DIARIUM Diary, Journal
DICTIONARIUM Dictionary
DIRECTIVUS Directive, Positive
DIURNARIUS Journalist
EPHEMERIS Journal, Diary
ETYMOLOGIA etymology
EXEMPLARIS Transcript
EXTENDERE Extend
FACTUM Act, Deed, Fact
FALLO Fail
FONS source
FREQUENS Frequent
FUNDAMEN foundation
FUNDIMENTUM foundation, basis
GEOGRAPHIA geography
INPERFECTUS Uncompleted
INSTRUMENTUM Tool
INTELLEGO understand
INVENTARIUM Inventory, Catalog
LECTIO Discussion
LITURGICUS Liturgical
MACTI Well Done!, Bravo
MATRICULA List, Roll
MATRIX Register, List
MEDIAEVALIS medieval
METALLUM metal
MODO Lately
MUNDUS Universe, World
NEGATIO Negative
NEGATIVUS Negative
NOVE Newly, Recently
NOVISSIME Lately, Very Recently
NOVITER Newly, Recently
NUPER Recently
OBSOLETE Obsolete
OBSOLETUS Obsolete
ORBIS terrory
ORBIS TERRARUM world/(circle of lands)
ORDINATUS Ordered
ORIGO origin
PAEDAGOGICUS Paedagogical, Educational
PATERE Stand Open
PERCENSEO review, assessment
PERFECTUS Finished, Completed
PERTINERE Pertain To, Extend
PORRIGERE Stretch Out, Extend
POSITIVUS Positive
POSTERIUS Later
POSTMODO Later
POSTMODUM Later, Afterwards
PRIMOGENIA Original
PROPE Almost, Nearly
RECENTER Recently, Lately
RECTIO Government
SEMIFACTUS Half-Done
SERIUS Later, Too Late
SEROTINUS Belated
SUASUS Suggested, Recommended
SUBSTANTIAE Resources
TABULA List
TENDERE Stretch, Distend
TERMINALIS Final, terminal
UTOR Use
GENERALIS General, Generic

EX VERBORUM GULIELMI WHITAKER

  • generalis, generalis, generale ADJ [XXXBO] general, generic; shared by/common to a class/kind; of the nature of a thing;
  • abdicativus, abdicativa, abdicativum ADJ [DXXES] negative;
  • abjudicativus, abjudicativa, abjudicativum ADJ [DSXFS] negative;
  • abnegativus, abnegativa, abnegativum ADJ [EXXCE] negative;
  • absque PREP ABL [XXXCO] – without, apart from, away from; but for; except for; were it not for; (early);
  • actio, actionis N F 3 1 F [XXXAO] act, action, activity, deed; incident;, plot (play); legal process, suit; plea;
  • actum, acti N N 2 2 N [XLXBO] act, deed, transaction; acts (pl.), exploits; chronicles, (official) record;
  • actus, actus N M 4 1 M [XDXBO] act, performance (of play), delivery; action, deed; series/sequence; progress;
  • affirmatio, affirmationis N F 3 1 F [XXXCO] affirmation, strengthening of belief; assertion, dogmatic/positive statement;
  • auriga, aurigae N M 1 1 M [XXXCO] charioteer, driver; groom, ostler; helmsman; the Waggoner (constellation);
  • carta, cartae N F [XXXBO]
  • chorographia, chorographiae N F 1 1 F [XSXFO]
  • coepio, coepere, coepi, coeptus V 3 1 [XXXAO]
  • commentarium, commentari(i) N N 2 4 N [XXXBO] notebook, private/historical journal; register; memo/note; commentary/treatise;
  • commodus, commoda -um, commodior -or -us, commodissimus -a -um ADJ [XXXAO] suitable, convenient, obliging; opportune/timely; favorable/lucky; advantageous;
  • consequens, consequentis (gen.), consequentior -or -us, consequentissimus -a -um ADJ [XXXBO] subsequent/later; as a logical consequence; reasonable/consistent; analogous;
  • consummatio, consummationis N F 3 1 F [XXXBO]
  • continentia, continentiae N F 1 1 F [XXXCS] contents of a work; contiguity; proximity;
  • declinatio, declinationis N F 3 1 F [XSXBO]
  • descriptum, descripti N N 2 2 N [XXXFS] diary, journal; things (pl.) recorded, writings;
  • diarium, diarii N N 2 2 N [FXXEE] diary, daily record, journal; daily allowence; newspaper (Cal);
  • dictionarium, dictionarii N N 2 2 N [GXXDK] primogenius,
  • directivus, directiva, directivum ADJ [FXXEE] directive; helpful, positive; directing (Cal); guiding;
  • diurnarius, diurnarii N M 2 1 M [DLXES] journalist; journal/diary keeper; slave who copies acta diurna (daily records);
  • ephemeris, ephemeridis N F 3 6 F [XXXDC] journal, diary; newspaper (Cal);
  • etymologia, etymologiae N F 1 1 F [XGXDC]
  • exemplaris, exemplaris N M 3 3 M [XXXEO] – copy; transcript;
  • extendo, extendere, extendi, extensus V TRANS 3 1 TRANS [XXXAO] stretch/thrust out; make taut; extend/prolong/continue; enlarge/increase;
  • factum, facti N N 2 2 N [XXXCX] fact, deed, act; achievement;
  • fallo, fallere, fefelli, falsus V 3 1 [XXXAX] dictionarium,
  • fons, fontis N M [XXXAE]
  • frequens, frequentis (gen.), frequentior -or -us, frequentissimus -a -um ADJ [XXXAX]
  • fundamen, fundaminis N N 3 2 N [XXXCX]
  • fundimentum, fundimenti N N 2 2 N [XXXCX]
  • geographia, geographiae N F 1 1 F [XSXFO]
  • inperfectus, inperfecta, inperfectum ADJ [XXXCO] unfinished, incomplete; imperfect; not complete in every respect; undigested;
  • instrumentum, instrumenti N N 2 2 N [XXXBX] – tool, tools; equipment, apparatus; instrument; means; document (leg.), deed;
  • intellego, intellegere, intellexi, intellectus V 3 1 [XXXAX]
  • inventarium, inventarii N N 2 2 N [XXXEO] list; catalog; inventory;
  • lectio, lectionis N F 3 1 F [XXXBX]
  • liturgicus, liturgica, liturgicum ADJ [FXXDE]
  • macti, undeclined ADJ [XXXCX] well done! good! bravo! (VOC of mactus, N implied) (macte S, macti P);
  • matricula, matriculae N F 1 1 F [DLXES] public register; list, roll;
  • matrix, matricis N F 3 1 F [XAXCO] dam, female animal kept for breeding; parent tree; register, list;
  • mediaevalis, mediaevalis, mediaevale ADJ [GXXDK]
  • metallum, metalli N N 2 2 N [XXXBX]
  • modo ADV [XXXAX] only, merely; just now/recently, lately; presently;
  • mundus, mundi N M 2 1 M [XXXAX] universe, heavens; world, mankind; toilet/dress (woman), ornament, decoration;
  • negatio, negationis N F 3 1 F [XXXDO] denial, refusal; negation (action); negative (Souter); betrayal;
  • negativus, negativa, negativum ADJ [XLXEO] restraining, inhibiting (legal actions); denied/refused; negative (of words);
  • nove, novius, novissime ADV [XXXCX] newly, in new/unusual manner; recently/short time ago; finally/lastly; at last;
  • novissime ADV [XXXCO] lately, very recently; last, after all else; for last time; lastly; in the end;
  • noviter ADV [DXXES] recently, newly;
  • nuper, -, nuperrime ADV [XXXBO] recently, not long ago; in recent years/our own time; (SUPER) latest in series;
  • obsolete ADV POS obsoletus, obsoleta, obsoletum ADJ [XXXCX] worn-out, dilapidated; hackneyed;
  • obsoletus, obsoleta, obsoletum ADJ [XXXCX] worn-out, dilapidated; hackneyed;
  • orbis, orbis N M 3 3 M [XXXAX]
  • ordinatus, ordinata, ordinatum ADJ [XXXDS] well-ordered; appointed;
  • origo, originis N F 3 1 F [XXXBX]
  • paedagogicus, paedagogica, paedagogicum ADJ [GXXDK] NeoLatin lesser educational;
  • pateo, patere, patui, – V 2 1 [XXXAX] stand open, be open; extend; be well known; lie open, be accessible;
  • percenseo, percensere, percensui, percensitus V TRANS 2 1 TRANS [XXXCO]
  • perficio, perficere, perfeci, perfectus V 3 1 [XXXAX] complete, finish; execute; bring about, accomplish; do thoroughly;
  • pertineo, pertinere, pertinui, pertentus V 2 1 [XXXAX] reach; extend; relate to; concerns, pertain to;
  • porrigo, porrigere, porrexi, porrectus V 3 1 [XXXAX] stretch out, extend;
  • positivus, positiva, positivum ADJ [GXXDK] positive;
  • posterius ADV [XXXCX] later, at a later day; by and by;
  • postmodo ADV [XXXBX] afterwards, presently, later;
  • postmodo ADV [XXXBX] afterwards, presently, later;
  • postmodum ADV [XXXCX] after a while, later, a little later; afterwards; presently;
  • primogenia, primogenium ADJ [XXXCX]
  • prope ADV POS
  • recenter, recentius, recentissime ADV [DXXES] lately, newly, recently; freshly;
  • semifactus, semifacta, semifactum ADJ [XXXDC] half-done, half-finished;
  • serius ADV [XXXCX] later, too late;
  • serotinus, serotina, serotinum ADJ [XXXAO] late in coming/happening, belated; deferred/later; late to blossom/fruit (tree);
  • suadeo, suadere, suasi, suasus V 2 1 [XXXBX]urge, recommend; suggest; induce; propose, persuade, advise;
  • substantia, substantiae N F 1 1 F [XXXCX] nature; substance, resources, wealth; [omnem ~ => every living thing (Plater)];
  • tabula, tabulae N F 1 1 F [XXXAO] writing tablet (wax covered board); records (pl.); document, deed, will; list;
  • tabula, tabulae N F [XXXAO]
  • tendo, tendere, tetendi, tensus V 3 1 [XXXAO] stretch/spread/extend; distend; aim/direct weapon/glance/steps/course; strive;
  • terminalis, terminalis, terminale ADJ [XXXEO]
  • utor, uti, usus sum V DEP 3 1 DEP [XXXAX] use, make use of, enjoy; enjoy the friendship of (with ABL);

VOCABULA.COMPUTATRALIA

TABULA

SENTENTIA ANGLICE NEXUS EXTERUS
ADPORTO import VERBORUM GULIELMI WHITAKER nd.edu
ALBUM White VERBORUM GULIELMI WHITAKER nd.edu
ALBUS White VERBORUM GULIELMI WHITAKER nd.edu
AMMINISTRATIO Administion, Operation
APPORTO import VERBORUM GULIELMI WHITAKER nd.edu
BIBLIOTHECA library
CONCORPORARE Load, Incorporate
CRITERIUM Criterion
CRITERIUM Standard
CURSORIUM Mail
DISTRIBUTIO Distribution
DISTRIBUTIO distribution
DIVISIO distribution
FONS source VERBORUM GULIELMI WHITAKER nd.edu
HYPERTEXTUS hyperlink VIKIPAEDIA
INDEX directory
INITIUM SYSTEMATIS System Boot uw.edu.pl
INTERRETE Internet VERBORUM GULIELMI WHITAKER nd.edu
INTERRETIALIS Internet-derived VERBORUM GULIELMI WHITAKER nd.edu
INTERRETIARIUS Internet User VERBORUM GULIELMI WHITAKER nd.edu
ITERO Revise
LOCO Place, Put
LOCUS Place Location
NOMINARE Name
OPERATIO Operation
OPTO select VERBORUM GULIELMI WHITAKER nd.edu
PLICA file
REFUGIUM Refuge, Resource
SCAPUS file
SPACIUM Space VERBORUM GULIELMI WHITAKER nd.edu
SPACIUM ALBUM White Space
SPATIUM Space VERBORUM GULIELMI WHITAKER nd.edu
UNIFORMIS Uniform
UNIFORMIS REFUGI LOCUS URL

EX VERBORUM GULIELMI WHITAKER

  • adporto, adportare, adportavi, adportatus V TRANS [XXXBO] carry/convey/bring (to); import; present (play); bring (news); make one’s way;
  • album, albi N N 2 2 N [XXXBO] white (color); white (eye/egg); white tablet, official list, register;
  • albus, alba -um, albior -or -us, albissimus -a -um ADJ [XXXAO] white, pale, fair, hoary, gray; bright, clear; favorable, auspicious, fortunate;
  • amministratio, amministrationis N F 3 1 F [XXXBO] administration; assistance; execution, operation, management, care of affairs;
  • apporto, apportare, apportavi, apportatus V TRANS [XXXBO] carry/convey/bring (to); import; present (play); bring (news); make one’s way;
  • collatio, collationis N F [XXXBO] placing/putting together, combination; data collation; (payment of) tribute/tax comparison; [grammatical secunda ~o => comparative, tertia ~o => superlative];
  • concorporo, concorporare, concorporavi, concorporatus V TRANS 1 1TRANS [XXXEO] unite into a single body, make one; incorporate (L+S);
  • criterium, criterii N M 2 2 M [FXXEE] criterion/criteria, standard; rule;
  • cursorium, cursorii N N 2 2 N [DXXFS] mail, public post;
  • distributio, distributionis N F 3 1 F [XXXCX] division, distribution;
  • divisio, divisionis N F [XXXCX] division; distribution;
  • fons, fontis N M [XXXAE] spring, fountain, well; source/fount; principal cause; font; bapistry;
  • initium, initi(i) N N [XXXBX] beginning, commencement; entrance; [ab initio => from the beginning];
  • interrete, interretis N N 3 4 N [HXXDK] Internet;
  • interretialis, interretialis, interretiale ADJ [HXXDK] Internet-derived;
  • interretiarius, interretiarii N M 2 1 M [HXXDK] Internet user;
  • itero, iterare, iteravi, iteratus V 1 1 [XXXCX] do a second time; repeat; renew, revise;
  • loco, locare, locavi, locatus V [XXXAX] place, put, station; arrange; contract (for); farm out (taxes) on contract;
  • locus, loci N M [XXXAO] place, territory/locality/neighborhood/region; position/point; aim point; site; seat, rank, position; soldier’s post; quarters; category; book passage, topic; part of the body; female genitals (pl.); grounds of proof;
  • nomino, nominare, nominavi, nominatus V 1 1 [XXXAX] name, call;
  • operatio, operationis N F 3 1 F [XXXDO] operation; working (of nature); activity; devotion to task; offering sacrifice;
  • opto, optare, optavi, optatus V [XXXAX] choose, select; wish, wish for, desire;
  • refugium, refugi(i) N N [XXXCX] refuge;
  • spacium, spacii N N 2 2 N [FXXAO] space; area/expanse, room (for); intervening space, gap/interval; length/width;
  • spatium, spati(i) N N 2 4 N [XXXAO] space; area/expanse, room (for); intervening space, gap/interval; length/width;
  • uniformis, uniformis, uniforme ADJ [XXXCX] uniform; having only one shape;

VOCABULA.COQUENDA

VOCABULA MENSURAE PRO COQUENDA

SENTENTIA ANGLICE
LIBRA Pound
SELIBRA Half Pound
UNCIOLA Ounce
UNCIA Ounce
COCHLEAR Spoon
COCLEAR Spoon
LIGULA Spoon

VOCABULA DE PRAEPARATIONE

SENTENTIA ANGLICE
INGREDIENTIUM Ingredient

INSTRUMENTA DE COQUINARIIS

SENTENTIA ANGLICE
AHENUM Kettle
SPATULA Spatula
COCHLEAR Spoon
URNA Urn

TYPI DE CIBI

SENTENTIA ANGLICE
MEL Honey; Sweetness
CUMINUM Cumin
CIBARIUS Plain Food

LATINE ET ANGLICE

SENTENTIA ANGLICE
AHENUM kettle
ALIMENTUM food, nourishment
CAFEA Coffee
CAFEARIUS Of Coffee
CIBARIUS plain food, black bread
CIBUS food, sustenance
COCHLEAR spoon
COCLEAR spoon
CUMINUM cumin
EPULA courses, dishes
ESCA meat dish
INGREDIENTIUM ingredient
LIBRA pound
MEL honey; sweetness
SELIBRA half pound
SPATULA spatula
UNCIA ounce
UNCIOLA ounce
URNA urn

EX VERBORUM GULIELMI WHITAKER

  • ahenum, aheni N N [XXXCO] vessel made of copper/bronze; brazen vessel; kettle, pot, cauldron;
  • alimentum, alimenti N N 2 2 N [XXXBO] food/nourishment, provisions; sustenance, maintenance, livelihood; alms; fuel;
  • cafea, cafeae N F 1 1 F [GXXDK] coffee;
  • cafearius, cafearia, cafearium ADJ [GXXDK] of coffee;
  • cibarius, cibaria, cibarium ADJ [XXXCO] of/concerning food/rations, ration-; plain/common/servant (food), black (bread)
  • cibarius, cibaria, cibarium ADJ [XXXCO] of/concerning food/rations, ration-; plain/common/servant (food), black (bread);
  • cibus, cibi N M 2 1 M [XXXAO] food; fare, rations; nutriment, sustenance, fuel; eating, a meal; bait;
  • cochlear, cochlearis N N [XXXCO] spoon; (originally for extracting snails); spoonful;
  • cuminum, cumini N N [XAXCO] cumin (plant/seed); (spice/drug);
  • epula, epulae N F 1 1 F [XXXBX] courses (pl.), food, dishes of food; dinner; banquet; feast for the eyes;
  • esca, escae N F 1 1 F [XXXBX] food, meat; a dish prepared for the table; victuals, viands; bait;
  • ingredientium, ingredientii N N [GXXDK] ingredient;
  • libro, librare, libravi, libratus V [XXXCX] balance,swing; hurl;
  • ligula, ligulae N F [XXXCX] shoe strap/tie; small spoon (Cal); [ligulas dimittere => leave untied];
  • mel, mellis N N [XXXAX] honey; sweetness; darling;
  • mel, mellis N N [XXXAX] honey; sweetness; darling;
  • selibra, selibrae N F 1 1 F [XXXCX] half-pound;
  • spatula, spatulae N F [XXXFO] flat piece (wood); (for splint); little palm branch (L+S); leg, broad piece; wantonness, sensual indulgence; lewdness (L+S); volupuousness;
  • uncia, unciae N F [XXXCX] twelfth part, twelfth; ounce; inch;
  • unciola, unciolae N F [XXXES] little ounce; a small twelfth;
  • urna, urnae N F [XXXBX] urna, urnae N F [XXXBX] pot; cinerary urn, urn used for drawing lots; voting urn; water jar, ~13 liters

VOCABULA.DE.VEGETARIANO.PURISSIMO

TABULA

SENTENTIA ANGLICE NEXUS
VEGETARIANUS Vegetarian
VEGETARIANUS PURISSIMUS Vegan

EX VERBORUM GULIELMI WHITAKER

  • vegetarianus, vegetariana, vegetarianum ADJ [GXXDK]
  • purus, pura -um, purior -or -us, purissimus -a -um ADJ [XXXAO]

VOCABULA.MEDICA

TABULA

LATINE ANGLICE
ACCORPORARE Incorporate
COLLATIO Data Collection
CONCEPTUM Measurement
CONTORTUS Tangled
CURABILIS Curable
CURATIO Cure
CURATIO Healing
CURATIO Treatment
DIABETES Diabetes
GLYCOSA Glucose
LABORATORIUM Laboratory
MEDELA Cure
MEDELA Treatment
MEDELLA Cure
MEDELLA Treatment
MEDICINUS Medical
MEDICUS Medical
METIRI Measure
OSTENDERE Display
OSTENDERE Exhibit
SALUS Health
SALUTARIS Health-Giving
SALUTARIS Healthful
SANGUIS Blood
SANITAS Health
SANITAS Sanity
SOSPITAS Health
SOSPITAS Safety

EX VERBORUM GULIELMI WHITAKER

  • accorporo, accorporare, accorporavi, accorporatus V TRANS 1 1 TRANS [DXXFS]
  • collatio, collationis N F 3 1 F [XXXBO] placing/putting together, combination; data collation; (payment of) tribute/tax comparison; [grammatical secunda ~o => comparative, tertia ~o => superlative];
  • conceptum, concepti N N 2 2 N [XXXCO] fetus, that which is conceived; concept/ideas; measurement of volume/capacity;
  • contortus, contorta, contortum ADJ [XXXEO] uncommon involved, intricate, obscure (discourse); tangled/complicated; brandished/hurled; vehement, energetic, strong, full of motion;
  • curabilis, curabilis, curabile ADJ [XBXFO] requiring medical treatment; that is to be apprehended/feared (L+S); curable;
  • curatio, curationis N F 3 1 F [XXXBO] treatment, surgical operation, medical care; healing/curing; object of care;
  • diabetes, diabetae N M 1 7 M [GBXDK] diabetes;
  • dimensio, dimensionis N F 3 1 F [XXXDO] measuring (action/process); measurement; dimension; measuring out words/lines;
  • fons, fontis N M 3 3 M [XXXAE] spring, fountain, well; source/fount; principal cause; font; bapistry;
  • laboratorium, laboratorii N N 2 2 N [GSXDK] laboratory;
  • medela, medelae N F 1 1 F [XBXCO] cure, remedial treatment; healing, healing power (Sax); health;
  • medella, medellae N F 1 1 F [XBXCO] cure, remedial treatment; healing, healing power (Sax); health;
  • medicinus, medicina, medicinum ADJ [XBXEO] of the art/practice of medicine/healing, medical; [w/ars or res => medicine];
  • medicus, medica, medicum ADJ [XBXBO] healing, curative, medical; [digitus ~ => fourth finger of the hand];
  • metior, metiri, mensus sum V DEP 3 4 DEP [XXXBX] measure, estimate; distribute, mete; traverse, sail/walk through;
  • ostendo, ostendere, ostendi, ostentus V 3 1 [XXXAX] show; reveal; make clear, point out, display, exhibit;
  • salus, salutis N F 3 1 F [XXXAX] health; prosperity; good wish; greeting; salvation, safety;
  • salutaris, salutare, salutarior -or -us, salutarissimus -a -um ADJ [XXXCX] healthful, health-giving, wholesome, beneficial; saving; of salvation;
  • sanguis, sanguinis N M [XXXAX] blood; family;
  • sanitas, sanitatis N F 3 1 F [XXXCX] sanity, reason; health;
  • sospitas, sospitatis N F 3 1 F [DXXDS] safety; health; welfare;

VOCABULA.DE.RATIOCINIO

TABULA

SENTENTIA ANGLICE NEXUS
ABBREVIATIO Abbreviation
ACCEPTUM Written Receipt
ACCEPTUS Received
ACCERSO Fetch
ACTIO Act, Activity
ACTUARIUS Bookkeeper
ACTUM Act, Transaction
ACTUS Act, Performance
ADTRIBUO Assign, Allot
AEDIFICARE Build, Create
AEDIFICATUS Built, Created
AEQUIVALENS Equivalent
AETAS Duration
AFFLUENTIA Flow
AGMEN Column
ALIENATIO Transfer of Ownership
ALIORSUM Elsewhere
AMERICA America
AMMONITIO Warning
ANACHORESIS Retirement
ANALYSIS analysis WWORDS
ANGLICE In English
ANNUM Year
ANNUUS Yearly
ANTECEDENS Preceding
ANTECEDENS Preceeding
APOCHA Receipt
APPELLATUS Called, Named
ARCARIUS Cash
ARCARIUS Of Ready Money
ARGENTARIA Bank
ARGENTARIUS Monetary, Financial
ARGENTUM Silver, Money
ASSECURATIO Insurance
AUCTORITAS Title, Ownership
AUFERO Withdraw
AUREOLUS Golden
AURIOLUS Golden
AUTHORITAS Title, Ownership
AUTOMATICUS Automatic
AUTORAEDA Car, Automobile
BANCUS Bank
BENEFICIUM Service
BIBLIOTHECA Library
BIBLIOTHECALIS Belonging to a Library
BIMENSTRUUS Bimonthly
BREVIARIUM Summary, Brief Account
BREVIARIUS Abridged
CALCULARE Calculate
CALCULATOR Bookkeeper
CALENDARIUM Calendar
CALENDARIUM Ledger
CASTELLUM Shelter
CENSUS Census, Registration
CENTRUM Center
CHARTA Record, Letter
CIRCA Near
CIRCUMIECTUM Environment
CIVITAS State
CIVITATES FOEDERATAE United States
CLOACA Sewer
CLOACULA Sewer
COCCIO Broker, Dealer
COCIO Broker, Dealer
COCTIO Broker, Dealer
COLEGIUM Corporation
COLLECTARIUS Cashier
COLLECTARIUS AUTOMATICUS ATM Automatic Teller
COLLECTORIUM Folder
COMATUS County, Earldom
COMMUNICATIO Communication
COMMUNICATIO Communications
COMMUNICATUS Communications
COMMUTABILIS Changable, Variable
COMMUTATIO Exchange
COMPUTARE Compute
COMPUTATUS Calculed
COMPUTO Compute, Sum Up
CONFIGURATIO Configuration
CONFIRMATIO Confirmation
CONJUNCTIO Mutual
CONJUNCTUS Connected
CONLATIO Combination
CONPORTATIO Transportation
CONPUTARE Compute
CONRIGERE Correct
CONRIGERE Correct, Edit
CONSEQUENTIA Logically
CONSILIUM Strategy
CONSTITUTIO Organization
CONSUMMATIO Balance
CONSUMPTIO Consumption
CONVERSIO Rewrite
CONVERTA Convert
COPIA Amount
CORPORATUS Corporation
CORRIGERE Correct
CORRIGERE Correct, Edit
COTIO Broker, Dealer
CREDERE Lend Money
CREDITOR Creditor
CREDITUM Credit VICIPAEDIA
CUM With
CUMULARE Load, Accumulate
CURRENS Current
DEBITUM Debit, Debt
DEDUCTIO Deduction
DEFORMATIO Configuration, Design
DELEGATIO Liability
DELEGATIO Liabity Delegation
DELEGATUS Liability
DELEGATUS Liabity Delegationx
DEMORTUUS Obsolete
DESCENDERE Be Reduced
DESCRIPTIO Diagram
DESCRIPTUS Organized, Arranged
DESIDERARE Wish
DESTINATUM Goal, Destination
DIARIUM Diary, Journal
DIEM Day
DIETIM Daily
DIMENSIO Measurement, Value
DIRIBEO Sort (Ballots)
DISCERE Learn
DOMINIUM Ownership, Dominion
DUPLICATUM Duplicate
EDITIO RATIOCINII Statement of Accounting
ELECTRICITAS Electricity
ELIGERE Choose
EMPTICIUS Purchased, Bought
EMPTIO Purchase
ENARRATIO Detailed Exposition
ENERGIA Energy
ENUMERATIO Listing
ENUNTIATUM Report
ENUNTIATUM RATIOCINII Accounting Report
EPHEMERIS Journal
ERRARE Err
ERROR Error
EVENTUM Event
EXISTERE Exist
EXORDIUM Introduction
EXPLANATIO Explanation
EXPONO To Explain
EXPORTARE Export
EXPORTATICIUS of Export
EXPORTO Export
EXPOSITIO Description, Report
EXPOSITUS Explaination
FACERE Create, Make
FACTUM Act, Deed, Fact
FAENERATUS Finance, Investing
FAENUS Interest
FENUS Interest
FILTRUM Filter
FILUM Thread
FOEDERATUS Allied
FOENUS Interest
FORMO Form, Shape
FORUM Market
FORUM OECONOMIUM Stock Market
FRUCTUS Profit, Royalties
FUTURUS Future, About To Be
GENERALIS General
GENERE Generate
GLOBALIS Global
HEREDITAS Inheritance, Possession
HYMERA Day
IMPENDIA PER COLLECTARIUM AUTOMATICUM ATM Expenses
IMPENSA Expense, Cost
IMPERFECTUS Incomplete
INCIPE Begin
INCOMMUTABILIS Immutable
INCOMMUTABILIS Unchangeable
INDIVISIO Item
INFORMATIO Information
INFRACTUS Broken
INITIALIS Primary
INJURIA Injury
INSTRUMENTUM Instrument, Tool
INTERETE Internet
INTRODUCTIO Introduction
INVENTARIUM Catalog, Table
INVENTARIUM List, Inventory
INVENTIO Planning
LEGALIS Legal
LIBIDO Wish
LIBRARIUM Library
LIQUIDUS Liquid
LUCRUM Profit
LUCRUM SCRIPTORIS Author Royalties
MATHEMATICUS Mathematical
MATRIX Table
MAXIMUS Largest
MEDIUM INTER MAXIMUM ET MINIMUM Average
MENSTRUUS Monthly
MERCATURA Trade
MERCES Salary
METALLUM Metal
MOBILIS Mobile
MONETARIUS Monetary
MUTUUS Mutual
NECESSARIUS Necessary
NEGOTIUM Business
NIGER Black
NOBILIS Important
NOMEN Heading
NOTACULUM Registration
NULLUS None
NUMMUS Cash
NUMMUS Cash
NUNTIUS Report
OB For (the sake of)
OECONOMIA Economics VICIPAEDIA
OECONOMICUS Economic
OFFERO Offer, Present
OPTARE Choose
ORDINATRUM Computer
PARTUM Savings
PARTUM Savings, Acquisitions
PECULIUM Savings
PECULIUM Small Savings
PECUNIA Money VICIPAEDIA
PECUNIA Property, Money
PENDERE Pay
PENDERE Pay Out
PENDO Pay (v)
PENSARE Pay Out
PENSIO Payment
PENSIO Pension
PENSOR Payer
PER ANNUM Per Year
PER MENSEM Per Month
PERICULUM Liability
PINGERE Draw, Plot
POSSESSIO Possession
POSSIBILIS Possible
POSTULATIO Request, Order
POSTULATUM Demand, Request
POTIS Possible
PRAEPARARE Prepare
PRAEPARO Prepare
PRAESIDERE Guard (Over)
PRAESTATIO Payment
PRETIUM Worth, Value
PROBLEMA Problem, Puzzle
PROGRAMMATUS Program (DP)
PROPRIETAS Ownership, Dominion
PROXENETICUM Brokerage
PROXU Last
PURUM pure, absolute
RATIO Account
RATIO ANACHORESIS Retirement Account
RATIO ARCARIA Checking Account
RATIO CONJUNCTIONE Mutual Fund
RATIO MUTUA Mutual Fund
RATIOCINARI Calculate
RATIOCINIUM Accounting
RECEPTOR Receiver VICIPAEDIA
RECIDIVUS Recurring
RECOGNITIO Review
RECONCILIARE Reconcile
RECONCILIATUS Reconciliation
RECTIO Government
REDITUS Income
REDITUS Revenue
REGIO Region, Area
REPETITUS Repeated
RETE Net
REVERTO Return, Go Back
SANITAS Sanity
SARCINA Bundle, Package
SARCINULA Bundle
SCRUTUM Trash
SEMESTRIS Semi Annually
SENILIS Senile
SICUT As, Like
SIGLUM Abbreviation
SIMPLEX Simple
SINE FILO METALLO Wireless
SITUALIS Local
SODALICIUM Club, Association
SONTICUS Important
SPACIUM Interval, Duration
SPECIALIS Specific
STIPENDIUM Tribute, Fee
SUMBOLUM Symbol
SUMBOLUS Symbol
SUMMA Summary
SYMBOLUM Symbol
SYMBOLUS Symbol
TABULA Picture
TABULA Writing Tablet, Card
TABULA CREDITORIS Credit Card
TELEPHONUM Telephone
TITULUS Title, Label
TOTALITER Totally
TRANSACTIO Transaction
TRANSNOMINA Rename
TRANSNOMINARE Rename
TRIBUTUM Tax
UBI Where
USUCAPIO Acquire Ownership
USURA Interest
USURARIUS Interest
UTILIS Useful
UTOR Use
VARIABILIS Variable
VARIUS Various, Different
VAS Vessel, Package
VASUM Vessel, Package
VECTURA Transportation
VENDITOR Vendor
VESTITUS Clothing, Apparel
VIGILARE Care by Watching
VIRGO Virgin
VIRGO MOBILIS Virgin Mobile
VISIO Vision
TRANSNOMINO Rename
AUTHENTICO Authenticate, Verify
REVERTO Revert
VERFICO Verify, Authenticate
VERIFICO Verify, Authenticate

EX VERBORUM GULIELMI WHITAKER

  • America, Americae N F 1 1 F [HXXFE] America;
  • abbreviatio, abbreviationis N F 3 1 F [EXXFS] abbreviation; diminution; epitome (Souter); shortening;
  • acceptum, accepti N N 2 2 N [XXXCO] receipts (vs. expenditures); favors; receipt side of account; written receipt;
  • acceptus, accepta -um, acceptior -or -us, acceptissimus -a -um ADJ [XXXBO] welcome, pleasing; popular with, well liked; dear; received/credited (money);
  • accerso, accersere, accersivi, accersitus V TRANS 3 1 TRANS [XXXAO] send for, summon; indict/accuse; fetch, import; invite; invoke; bring on oneself
  • actio, actionis N F 3 1 F [XXXAO] act, action, activity, deed; incident;, plot (play); legal process, suit; plea;
  • actuarius, actuari(i) N M [XLXCO] short-hand writer, clerk, account/book-keeper, secretary;
  • actum, acti N N 2 2 N [XLXBO] act, deed, transaction; acts (pl.), exploits; chronicles, (official) record;
  • actus, actus N M 4 1 M [XDXBO] act, performance (of play), delivery; action, deed; series/sequence; progress;
  • adbreviatio, adbreviationis N F 3 1 F [EXXFS] abbreviation; diminution; epitome (Souter); shortening;
  • adtribuo, adtribuere, adtribui, adtributus V TRANS 3 1 TRANS [XXXAO] assign/allot/attribute/impute to; grant, pay; appoint, put under jurisdiction;
  • aedificatus, aedificata, aedificatum ADJ [XXXDE] built, erected, constructed, made; created; established; improved;
  • aedifico, aedificare, aedificavi, aedificatus V [XXXBO] build, erect, construct, make; create; establish; improve; edify;
  • aequivalens, aequivalentis N M 3 3 M [FXXEE] equivalent, of equal value or significance;
  • aetas, aetatis N F 3 1 F [XXXAO] lifetime, age, generation; period; stage, period of life, time, era;
  • affluentia, affluentiae N F 1 1 F [XXXCO]
  • agmen, agminis N N 3 2 N [XXXAO] stream; herd, flock, troop, crowd; marching army, column, line; procession;
  • alienatio, alienationis N F 3 1 F [XXXCO] transference of ownership, the right to; aversion, dislike; numbness, stupor;
  • aliorsum ADV [XXXCO] to another place/direction/person, elsewhere; different context/manner/sense;
  • ammonitio, ammonitionis N F 3 1 F [XXXBO] act of reminding; reminder, recurring symptom; warning, advice; rebuke;
  • anachoresis, anachoresis N F 3 3 F [DEXFS] retirement, life of a ermite;
  • analysis, analysis N F [GSXEE] analysis
  • annuus, annua, annuum ADJ [XXXBO] for a year, lasting/appointed for a year; paid/performed yearly, annual;
  • antecedens, (gen.), antecedentis ADJ [XXXCO]foregoing, preceding; former; prior; previously existent, pre-existing;
  • apocha, apochae N F 1 1 F [XLXEO] receipt for payment;
  • appello, appellare, appellavi, appellatus V TRANS [XXXAO] call (upon); address; dun; solicit; appeal (to); bring to court; accuse; name;
  • arcarius, arcaria, arcarium ADJ [XXXFO] of/concerned with ready money, cash;
  • arcarius, arcaria, arcarium ADJ [XXXFO] of/concerned with ready money, cash;
  • argentaria, argentariae N F [XXXCO] bank; banking-house, banking business; silver-mine;
  • argentarium, argentari(i) N N [XXXFO] silver-chest; store/box/vault for silver;
  • argentarius, argentaria, argentarium ADJ [XXXCO] pertaining to silver or money, silver-; monetary, financial; banker’s, banking-
  • argentum, argenti N N 2 2 N [XXXBO] silver; money, cash; silver-plate; [argentum vivum => quicksilver/mercury];
  • assecuratio, assecurationis N F 3 1 F [FXXFE] insurance;
  • auctoritas, auctoritatis N F 3 1 F [XLXAO] title (legal), ownership; right to authorize/sanction, power; decree, order;
  • aufero, auferre, abstuli, ablatus V TRANS 3 2 TRANS [XXXAO]
  • auriolus, auriola, auriolum ADJ [XXXCO] golden, made of gold, gold colored; beautiful, brilliant, excellent, splendid;
  • authentico, authenticare, authenticavi, authenticatus V TRANS 1 1 TRANS [EXXFE] verify, authenticate;
  • authoritas, authoritatis N F 3 1 F [DLXCS] title (legal), ownership; right to authorize/sanction, power; decree, order;
  • automaticus, automatica, automaticum ADJ [GXXDK] automatic;
  • autoraeda, autoraedae N F 1 1 F [GTXDK] car;
  • bancus, banci N M 2 1 M [GXXDK] bank; bench, shelf, tradesman’s stall/counter (medieval); money-changer’s table; species of fish;
  • beneficium, benefici(i) N N 2 4 N [XXXBO] kindness, favor, benefit, service, help; privilege, right;
  • bibliotheca, bibliothecae N F 1 1 F [XXXCO] library (either collection of books or the building, also person in charge);
  • bibliothecalis, bibliothecalis, bibliothecale ADJ [DXXFS] of/belonging to a library (either collection of books or the building);
  • bimenstruus, bimenstrua, bimenstruum ADJ [XXXES] uncommon
  • bimenstruus, bimenstrua, bimenstruum ADJ [XXXES] uncommon – two months old; of/for/lasting two months;
  • breviarium, breviari(i) N N [XGXCO] brief account, summary statement, epitome; Breviary; [~ rationum=>statistics];
  • breviarius, breviaria, breviarium ADJ [XGXFO] in brief form, summary; abridged;
  • calculator, calculatoris N M 3 1 M [XSXDO] one versed in/teacher of arithmetic; calculator, bookkeeper, accountant;
  • calculo, calculare, calculavi, calculatus V TRANS 1 1 TRANS [DSXES] calculate, compute, reckon; consider as; esteem;
  • calculo, calculare, calculavi, calculatus V TRANS [DSXES] calculate, compute, reckon; consider as; esteem;
  • calendarium, calendari(i) N N 2 4 N [XXXDO] calendar; ledger/account book (for monthly interest payments);
  • castellum, castelli N N [XWXBO] redoubt, fortress, stronghold, fortified settlement, refuge; garrison, citadel; structure in which water from aqueduct is collected for distribution, reservoir town, village; (medieval);
  • census, census N M 4 1 M [XLXAO] census/registration/roll (5 yr.); wealth/property; estate valuation/appraisal;
  • centrum, centri N N 2 2 N [XSXBO] center (circle/sphere/earth); vanishing point; axis, pivot; knot; spur (fowl);
  • charta, chartae N F 1 1 F [XXXBO] paper/papyrus (sheet); record/letter, book/writing(s); thin metal sheet/leaf;
  • circa ADV [XXXBO] around, all around; round about; near, in vicinity/company; on either side;
  • circa PREP ACC [XXXAO] around, on bounds of; about/near (space/time/numeral); concerning; with;
  • circumiectum, circumiecti N N 2 2 N [GXXDK] environment;
  • civitas, civitatis N F 3 1 F [XLXAO] – community/city/town/state; citizens; citizen rights/citizenship; naturalization;
  • cloaca, cloacae N F 1 1 F [XXXCO] sewer, underground drain; maw of voracious person; privy (medieval);
  • clouaca, clouacae N F 1 1 F [XXXCO] sewer, underground drain; maw of voracious person; privy (medieval);
  • coccio, coccionis N M 3 1 M [XXXDO] dealer; broker;
  • cocio, cocionis N M 3 1 M [XXXDO] dealer; broker;
  • coctio, coctionis N M 3 1 M [XXXDO] dealer; broker;
  • colegium, colegi(i) N N 2 4 N [XXXEO] college/board (priests); corporation; brotherhood/fraternity/guild/colleagueshi
  • collectarius, collectarii N M 2 1 M [DXXES] money-changer; banker, cashier;
  • collectorium, collectorii N N 2 2 N [GXXDK] collectarium, collectarii N N [FEXEE] book of Collects;
  • comatus, comati N M 2 1 M [ELXCM] – county, earldom (England); county court (attendance/fine for non-attendance);
  • communicatio, communicationis N F 3 1 F [XXXCO] sharing, imparting; partaking; fellowship; communication; consult (w/audience);
  • communicatio, communicationis N F [XXXCO] sharing, imparting; partaking; fellowship; communication; consult (w/audience);
  • communicatus, communicatus N M [XXXFO] veryrare intercommunication; participation (L+S);
  • commutabilis, commutabilis, commutabile ADJ [XXXCO] – changeable/variable; liable to reversal; plastic; adaptable (to adversary);
  • commutatio, commutationis N F 3 1 F [XXXBO] change, reversal; upheaval; alteration; exchange, substitution; interchange;
  • computo, computare, computavi, computatus V TRANS 1 1 TRANS [XSXBO] reckon/compute/calculate, sum/count (up); take/include in reckoning; work out;
  • configuratio, configurationis N F 3 1 F [DXXFS] configuration; similar formation;
  • confirmatio, confirmationis N F 3 1 F [XXXCO] confirmation/verification/establishing; proof; corroboration; adducing proofs;
  • conjunctio, conjunctionis N F 3 1 F [XXXAO] union; mutual love/familiarity, match, fellowship; joint occurrence/conjunction;
  • conjunctus, conjuncta, conjunctum ADJ [XXXBO] adjoining/contiguous/linked; connected/contemporary (time), continuous; complex;
  • conlatio, conlationis N F 3 1 F [XXXBO] placing/putting together, combination; data collation; (payment of) tribute/tax comparison; [grammatical secunda ~o => comparative, tertia ~o => superlative];
  • conportatio, conportationis N F 3 1 F [XXXEO] transportation; bringing/carrying together (L+S);
  • conputo, conputare, conputavi, conputatus V TRANS 1 1 TRANS [XSXBO] reckon/compute/calculate, sum/count (up); take/include in reckoning; work out;
  • conrigo, conrigere, conrexi, conrectus V TRANS 3 1 TRANS [XXXBO] correct, set right; straighten; improve, edit, reform; restore, cure; chastise;
  • consequentia, consequentiae N F 1 1 F [XXXCO] – logical consequence; succession/sequence/progression (of events); analogy;
  • consilium, consili(i) N N 2 4 N [XXXAO] decision/resolution; intention/purpose/policy/plan/action; diplomacy/strategy;
  • constitutio, constitutionis N F 3 1 F [XXXBO] – constitution/disposition/structure/character; arrangement/organization/system;
  • consummatio, consummationis N F 3 1 F [XSXBO] accumulation, process/result of addition; total/sum; purpose; acme/zenith; final result, conclusion, completion, achievement; consummation; perfection;
  • consumptio, consumptionis N F 3 1 F [XXXFO] consumption, process of consuming or wearing away; wasting; employing, use;
  • conversio, conversionis N F 3 1 F [XXXBO] turning upside down, inversion, transposition; prolapse; paraphrase/rewrite;
  • converto, convertere, converti, conversus V [XXXAO] turn upside down/side-to-side; invert/transpose/convulse; turn over (soil)/dig; turn backwards, recoil; retort; drive back, repulse; direct (course/attention); translate; modify, adapt; change/alter/transform; convert (to cash), pay over; cause to turn/revolve, rotate; turn/wheel about; reverse; shift/transfer;
  • copia, copiae N F 1 1 F [XXXAO] plenty, abundance, supply; troops (pl.), supplies; forces; resources; wealth; number/amount/quantity; sum/whole amount; means, opportunity; access/admission;
  • corporatus, corporata, corporatum ADJ [GLXDK] endowed with a tangible body; formed into a corporate society; corporate-, corporation-, of a corporation; (Cal);
  • corporatus, corporati N M [XXXIO] member of a corporate society/corporation;
  • corporo, corporare, corporavi, corporatus V TRANS [XXXDO] kill, strike dead; form into a body, furnish w/a body; form (corporate society)
  • corrigo, corrigere, correxi, correctus V TRANS 3 1 TRANS [XXXBO] correct, set right; straighten; improve, edit, reform; restore, cure; chastise;
  • cotio, cotionis N M 3 1 M [XXXDS] dealer; broker;
  • creditor, creditoris N M 3 1 M [XXXCO] lender, creditor; one to whom money is due; (w/GEN of debtor/debt);
  • creditum, crediti N N [XXXCO] loan, debt, what is lent; [in ~ accipere => to receive a loan];
  • credo, credere, credidi, creditus V [XXXAO] trust, entrust; commit/consign; believe, trust in, rely on, confide; suppose; lend (money) to, make loans/give credit; believe/think/accept as true/be sure;
  • cumulo, cumulare, cumulavi, cumulatus V TRANS 1 1 TRANS [XXXAO] heap/pile up/high, gather into a pile/heap; accumulate, amass; load/fill full;
  • currens, (gen.), currentis ADJ [XXXDE]
  • debitum, debiti N N [XXXCO]
  • deductio, deductionis N F 3 1 F [XXXCO] drawing/draining/leading off/forth; expulsion/ejection; deduction/subtraction;
  • deformatio, deformationis N F 3 1 F [XXXCO] design; configuration; figure, representation; disfigurement;
  • delegatio, delegationis N F 3 1 F [XLXCO]
  • delegatio, delegationis N F 3 1 F [XLXCO] assignment/delegation to third party of creditor’s interest/debtor’s liability;
  • delegatus, delegatus N M 4 1 M [XLXEO]
  • delegatus, delegatus N M 4 1 M [XLXEO] assignment/delegation to third party of creditor’s interest/debtor’s liability;
  • demortuus, demortua, demortuum ADJ [BXXFS] obsolete;
  • descendo, descendere, descendi, descensus V INTRANS 3 1 INTRANS [XXXAO] stoop; demean; drop/become lower (pitch); be reduced; trace descent/come down;
  • descriptio, descriptionis N F 3 1 F [XXXCO] description/descriptive story; drawing of diagram/plan; indictment; transcript;
  • descriptus, descripta -um, descriptior -or -us, descriptissimus -a -um ADJ [XXXFO] – organized, arranged; precisely ordered (L+S);
  • desidero, desiderare, desideravi, desideratus V TRANS [XXXBO] desire/want, long/wish for, request, require/need; miss, lack; lose; want to know; investigete/examine/discuss (L+S); raise the question;
  • destinatum, destinati N N 2 2 N [XXXCO] mark/target/goal, object aimed at; purpose/intention/design; [ex ~ => by plan];
  • diarium, diarii N N 2 2 N [FXXEE] – diary, daily record, journal; daily allowence; newspaper (Cal);
  • dies, diei N C 5 1 C [XXXAX] day; daylight; festival; time; lifetime, age; [multo ~ => late in the day];
  • dietim ADV [XXXDE] daily; day-by-day;
  • dimensio, dimensionis N F 3 1 F [XXXDO] measuring (action/process); measurement; dimension; measuring out words/lines; reasoning; judgement;
  • diribeo, diribere, -, diribitus V TRANS 2 1 TRANS [XLXDC] sort tablets when taken out of the ballot box;
  • disco, discere, didici, – V 3 1 [XXXAX] learn; become acquainted with; acquire knowledge of;
  • dominium, dominii N N 2 2 N [XLXCO] rule, dominion; ownership; banquet, feast;
  • duplicatum, duplicati N N 2 2 N [GXXDK] – duplicate;
  • editio, editionis N F [XXXCX] publishing; edition; statement;
  • electricitas, electricitatis N F 3 1 F [HXXDK] electricity;
  • eligo, eligere, elegi, electus V 3 1 [XXXAX] pick out, choose;
  • empticius, empticia, empticium ADJ [XXXDO] purchased, bought, obtained by purchase;
  • emptio, emptionis N F 3 1 F [XXXCO] purchase/acquisition, thing bought; deed of purchase; act of buying/purchasing;
  • enarratio, enarrationis N F 3 1 F [XXXFS] recounting; exposition/setting forth; detailed interpretation; conversation; detailed-exposition; reckoning; G:scanning;
  • energia, energiae N F 1 1 F [FXXEE] – energy; efficiency;
  • enumeratio, enumerationis N F [XXXCO] enumeration, act of listing; recapitulation/summing up; argument by elimination
  • enuntio, enuntiare, enuntiavi, enuntiatus V [XXXCX] reveal/divulge/make known/disclose; speak out, express/state/assert; articulate
  • enuntio, enuntiare, enuntiavi, enuntiatus V [XXXCX] reveal; say; disclose; report; speak out, express, declare;
  • ephemeris, ephemeridis N F [XXXDC] journal, diary; newspaper (Cal);
  • erigo, erigere, erexi, erectus V [XXXBX] raise, erect, build; rouse, excite, stimulate;
  • erro, errare, erravi, erratus V [XXXBX] wander, go astray; make a mistake, err; vacillate;
  • error, erroris N M [XXXCX] wandering; error; winding, maze; uncertainty; deception;
  • eventum, eventi N N 2 2 N [XXXCX]
  • eventum, eventi N N 2 2 N [XXXCX] occurrence, event; issue, outcome;
  • existo, existere, existiti, existitus V 3 1 [XXXCX] step forth, appear; arise; become; prove to be; be (Bee);
  • exordium, exordi(i) N N 2 4 N [XXXCX] beginning; introduction, preface;
  • explanatio, explanationis N F 3 1 F [XXXDO] explanation (Collins); exposition, setting out/enunciating clearly in words; explanation (Ecc);
  • explanatio, explanationis N F [XXXEZ] uncommon
  • expono, exponere, exposui, expositus V [XXXBX] set/put forth/out; abandon, expose; publish; explain, relate; disembark;
  • exportaticius, exportaticia, exportaticium ADJ [GXXDK] of export;
  • exporto, exportare, exportavi, exportatus V 1 1 [XXXCX] export, carry out;
  • expositio, expositionis N F 3 1 F [XXXCO] statement, description, explanation; narration; exposing (of a child);
  • facio, facere, feci, factus V 3 1 [XXXAX] do, make; create; acquire; cause, bring about, fashion; compose; accomplish;
  • factum, facti N N 2 2 N [XXXCX] fact, deed, act; achievement;
  • faeneror, faenerari, faeneratus sum V DEP [XXXDO] lesser
  • faenus, faenoris N N 3 2 N [XXXCX] interest (on capital), usury; profit, gain; advantage;
  • fenus, fenoris N N 3 2 N [XXXCX]
  • fenus, fenoris N N 3 2 N [XXXCX] interest, usury, profit on capital; investments; advantage, profit, gain;
  • filtrum, filtri N N 2 2 N [GXXDK]
  • filum, fili N N 2 2 N [XXXBX] – thread, string, filament, fiber; texture, style, nature;
  • filum, fili N N [XXXBX]
  • foederatus, foederata, foederatum ADJ [XXXCX] – alliedbound by treaty (to Rome); leagued together, confedrated, allied (L+S);
  • foenus, foenoris N N 3 2 N [XXXCE] interest (on capital), usury; profit, gain; advantage;
  • formo, formare, formavi, formatus V 1 1 [XXXBX]
  • forum, fori N N [XXXAX] market; forum (in Rome); court of justice;
  • fruor, frui, fructus sum V DEP [XXXCX] enjoy (proceeds/socially/sexually), profit by, delight in (w/ABL);
  • futurus, futura, futurum ADJ [XXXAX] about to be; future;
  • generalis, generalis, generale ADJ [XXXBO] general, generic; shared by/common to a class/kind; of the nature of a thing;
  • genero, generare, generavi, generatus V [XXXCX]
  • globalis, globalis, globale ADJ [GXXDK] global;
  • hereditas, hereditatis N F 3 1 F [XXXBX] inheritance, possession; hereditary succession; generation; heirship;
  • hymera, hymerae N F [FXXFM] Medieval veryrare
  • impendium, impendi(i) N N [XXXCO]
  • impensa, impensae N F 1 1 F [XXXCX] expense, outlay, cost;
  • imperfectus, imperfecta, imperfectum ADJ [XXXCO] unfinished, incomplete; imperfect; not complete in every respect; undigested;
  • incommutabilis, incommutabilis, incommutabile ADJ [XXXEO] unchangeable; immutable;
  • indivisio, indivisionis N F 3 1 F [EGXEP]
  • informatio, informationis N F [GXXDK] NeoLatin lesser
  • infractus, infracta, infractum ADJ [XXXCX] – broken; humble in tone;
  • initialis, initialis, initiale ADJ [XXXDO]
  • injuria, injuriae N F 1 1 F [XXXAX] injury; injustice, wrong, offense; insult, abuse; sexual assault;
  • instrumentum, instrumenti N N 2 2 N [XXXBX] tool, tools; equipment, apparatus; instrument; means; document (leg.), deed;
  • intransmutabilis, intransmutabilis, intransmutabile ADJ [XXXES] immutable; unchangeable;
  • introductio, introductionis N F [FXXEM] Medieval uncommon innovation; introduction, preface, presentation (Red);
  • inventarium, inventarii N N 2 2 N [XXXEO]
  • inventarium, inventarii N N 2 2 N [XXXEO] list; catalog; inventory;
  • inventio, inventionis N F 3 1 F [XXXCO] – invention/discovery (action/thing); action of devising/planning; plan/stratagem;
  • legalis, legalis, legale ADJ [XXXDO]
  • legalis, legalis, legale ADJ [XXXDO] legal, of/concerned with law;
  • libido, libidinis N F 3 1 F [XXXAO]
  • librarium, librari(i) N N 2 4 N [XXXCX] bookcase; library;
  • liquidus, liquida -um, liquidior -or -us, liquidissimus -a -um ADJ [XXXBX]
  • lucrum, lucri N N [XXXBX] gain, profit; avarice;
  • mathematicus, mathematica, mathematicum ADJ [XXXCX] mathematical; astrological;
  • matrix, matricis N F 3 1 F [XAXCO] dam, female animal kept for breeding; parent tree; register, list;
  • maxi.mus ADJ 1 1 NOM S M SUPER
  • menstruus, menstrua, menstruum ADJ [XXXCO]
  • mercatura, mercaturae N F 1 1 F [XXXCX] trade, commerce;
  • merces, mercedis N F [XXXCX]
  • metallum, metalli N N 2 2 N [XXXBX]
  • metallum, metalli N N 2 2 N [XXXBX] – metal; mine; quarry;
  • mobilis, mobile, mobilior -or -us, mobilissimus -a -um ADJ [XXXAX]
  • monetarius, monetaria, monetarium ADJ [DXXES]
  • mutuus, mutua, mutuum ADJ [XXXBX] borrowed, lent; mutual, in return;
  • necessarius, necessaria, necessarium ADJ [XXXAO] necessary/needed/essential/indispensable; vital/private (body part); close tied inevitable, fateful; urgent/critical; unavoidable/compulsory; natural (death);
  • negotium, negoti(i) N N [XXXAX] pain, trouble, annoyance, distress; work, business, activity, job;
  • niger, nigra, nigrum ADJ [XXXAX] black, dark; unlucky;
  • nobilis, nobile, nobilior -or -us, nobilissimus -a -um ADJ [XXXAO]
  • nomen, nominis N N [XXXAX] name, family name; noun; account, entry in debt ledger; sake; title, heading;
  • notaculum, notaculi N N 2 2 N [XXXDK] registration;
  • nullus, nulla, nullum (gen -ius) ADJ [XXXAX] no, none, not any;
  • nummus, nummi N M 2 1 M [XXXCX] – coin; cash; money; sesterce;
  • nummus, nummi N M 2 1 M [XXXCX] coin; cash; money; sesterce;
  • nuntius, nunti(i) N M 2 4 M [XXXAO]
  • ob PREP ACC [XXXAX] – on account of, for the sake of, for; instead of; right before;
  • oeconomicus, oeconomica, oeconomicum ADJ [XXXDC] relating to domestic economy; orderly, methodical; economic;
  • offero, offerre, obtuli, oblatus V 3 2 [XXXAX]
  • opto, optare, optavi, optatus V 1 1 [XXXAX] choose, select; wish, wish for, desire;
  • ordinatrum, ordinatri N N 2 2 N [GTXDK] computer;
  • partum, parti N N 2 2 N [XXXCO]
  • partum, parti N N 2 2 N [XXXCO] gains, acquisitions; savings; what onehas acquired/saved;
  • peculium, peculi(i) N N 2 4 N [XXXCX]
  • peculium, peculi(i) N N 2 4 N [XXXCX] small savings; private property;
  • pecunia, pecuniae N F 1 1 F [XLXAX]
  • pecunia, pecuniae N F [XLXAX]
  • pendo, pendere, pependi, pensus V 3 1 [XLXAX] weigh out; pay, pay out;
  • pensio, pensionis N F 3 1 F [XXXBO] payment, installment, pension; paying out; rent; measured weight; recompense;
  • penso, pensare, pensavi, pensatus V [XXXBX] weigh, weigh out; pay or punish for; counterbalance, compensate; ponder, exami;
  • periculum, periculi N N 2 2 N [XLXAO]
  • pingo, pingere, pinxi, pictus V 3 1 [XXXAX] paint, draw; depict, portray;
  • possessio, possessionis N F 3 1 F [XXXBX] possession, property;
  • possibilis, possibilis, possibile ADJ [XXXCX] possible;
  • postulatio, postulationis N F 3 1 F [XXXCX]
  • postulatum, postulati N N 2 2 N [XXXCX]
  • potis, undeclined ADJ [XXXAX] able, capable; possible; (early Latin potis sum becomes possum);
  • praeparo, praeparare, praeparavi, praeparatus V 1 1 [XXXAX]
  • praeparo, praeparare, praeparavi, praeparatus V 1 1 [XXXAX] prepare;
  • praesideo, praesidere, praesedi, – V DAT 2 1 DAT [XXXBO] keep/watch/stand//guard (over); preside (over); supervise/govern/control;
  • praestatio, praestationis N F 3 1 F [XXXCO]
  • pretium, preti(i) N N [FXXEM] price/value/worth; reward/pay; money; prayer/request; [~ natalis => weregeld];
  • princeps, principis N M [XXXAO]
  • problema, problematis N N [DSXCO] Late
  • proprietas, proprietatis N F 3 1 F [XXXCX] quality; special character; ownership;
  • proxeneticum, proxenetici N N 2 2 N [ELXFS]
  • proxu ADJ [XXXAO] – nearest/closest/next; most recent, immediately preceding, last; most/very like;
  • purum, puri N N [XPXES] uncommon
  • quomodo ADV [XXXAX] how, in what way; just as;
  • ratio, rationis N F [XXXAX]
  • ratiocinium, ratiocinii N N 2 2 N [DLXES]
  • ratiocinium, ratiocinii N N [DLXES] Late uncommon
  • ratiocinor, ratiocinari, ratiocinatus sum V DEP 1 1 DEP [XXXDC] compute, calculate; argue, infer, conclude;
  • receptor, receptoris N M 3 1 M [XXXDS]
  • recidivus, recidiva, recidivum ADJ [XXXCX]
  • recidivus, recidiva, recidivum ADJ [XXXCX] – recurring;
  • recognitio, recognitionis N F 3 1 F [XXXDC]
  • reconcilio, reconciliare, reconciliavi, reconciliatus V 1 1 [XXXCX] – restore; reconcile;
  • reconcilio, reconciliare, reconciliavi, reconciliatus V 1 1 [XXXCX] restore; reconcile;
  • rectio, rectionis N F 3 1 F [XXXDS]
  • reditus, reditus N M 4 1 M [XXXCS]
  • reditus, reditus N M 4 1 M [XXXCS] – return, returning; revenue, income, procedes; produce (Plater);
  • regio, regionis N F 3 1 F [XXXAX]
  • repetitus, repetita, repetitum ADJ [XXXDS] – repeated;
  • rete, retis N N 3 4 N [XXXCX] – net, snare;
  • reverto, revertere, reverti, – V 3 1 [XXXAX]
  • reverto, revertere, reverti, – V 3 1 [XXXAX] turn back, go back, return; recur (usually DEP);
  • sanitas, sanitatis N F 3 1 F [XXXCX] – sanity, reason; health;
  • sarcina, sarcinae N F 1 1 F [XXXBO] pack, bundle, soldier’s kit; baggage (pl.), belongings, chattles; load, burden;
  • sarcinula, sarcinulae N F 1 1 F [XXXCX] (small) pack/bundle; baggage (pl.), belongings, chattels, effects, parphernlia;
  • scrutum, scruti N N [XXXCS] trash (pl.), old/broken stuff; job lot; trumpery;
  • semestris, semestris, semestre ADJ [XXXCX] half-yearly; of six months’ duration;
  • senilis, senilis, senile ADJ [XXXCX] senile, aged;
  • sicut ADV [XXXAX] – as, just as; like; in same way; as if; as it certainly is; as it were;
  • siglum, sigli N N 2 2 N [EGXFS] abbreviation;
  • simplex, (gen.), simplicis ADJ [XXXBX]
  • situalis, situalis, situale ADJ [FXXFM]
  • sodalicium, sodalici(i) N N 2 4 N [XXXCX] close association/partnership; club/society (religious/social/political);
  • sonticus, sontica, sonticum ADJ [XXXDC]
  • spacium, spacii N N 2 2 N [FXXAO]
  • specialis, specialis, speciale ADJ [XXXCO] – specific, particular, individual, not general, special; derivative, as species;
  • stipendium, stipendi(i) N N [XXXCX]
  • sumbolum, sumboli N N 2 2 N [XXXDS] token/symbol; matching objects proving identity; signet ring; warrant, permit;
  • sumbolus, sumboli N M 2 1 M [XXXDO] token/symbol; matching objects proving identity; signet ring; warrant, permit;
  • summa, summae N F 1 1 F [XXXBX]
  • symbolum, symboli N N 2 2 N [XXXDS] token/symbol; matching objects proving identity; signet ring; warrant, permit;
  • symbolus, symboli N M 2 1 M [XXXDO] token/symbol; matching objects proving identity; signet ring; warrant, permit;
  • tabula, tabulae N F 1 1 F [XXXAO] picture, painting; wood panel for painting; metal/stone tablet/panel w/text;
  • telephonum, telephoni N N 2 2 N [HTXDK] telephone;
  • titulus, tituli N M [XXXAO]
  • totaliter ADV [FXXDF]
  • transactio, transactionis N F 3 1 F [XXXCO]
  • transnomino, transnominare, transnominavi, transnominatus V TRANS 1 1 TRANS [DXXDS] rename;
  • transnomino, transnominare, transnominavi, transnominatus V TRANS 1 1 TRANS [DXXDS] rename;
  • tributum, tributi N N 2 2 N [XXXCX]
  • ubi ADV [XXXBX] where; in what place; (time) when, whenever; as soon as; in which; with whom;
  • usucapio, usucapere, usucepi, usucaptus V 3 1 [XXXCX] acquire ownership of (thing) by virtue of uninterrupted possession;
  • usura, usurae N F 1 1 F [XXXCX] interest (usu. fraction/times of 12% per annum); use, enjoyment;
  • usurarius, usuraria, usurarium ADJ [XXXDO] of interest/usury; interest-derived; subject to interest; provided on loan;
  • utilis, utilis, utile ADJ [XXXAX] useful, profitable, practical, helpful, advantageous;
  • utor, uti, usus sum V DEP 3 1 DEP [XXXAX] use, make use of, enjoy; enjoy the friendship of (with ABL);
  • variabilis, variabilis, variabile ADJ [DXXES] variable, changeable;
  • varius, varia, varium ADJ [XXXAX] different; various, diverse; changing; colored; party colored, variegated;
  • vas, vasis N N 3 2 N [XXXAO] vessel, dish; vase; pack/kit; utensil, instrument; equipment/apparatus (pl.);
  • vasum, vasi N N 2 2 N [XXXAO] vessel, dish; vase; pack/kit; utensil, instrument; equipment/apparatus (pl.);
  • vectura, vecturae N F 1 1 F [XXXCX] transportation, carriage;
  • venditor, venditoris N M 3 1 M [XXXCO] – seller/vendor; one who sells for bribes or corrupt payments;
  • verfico, verficare, verficavi, verficatus V TRANS 1 1 TRANS [FXXEF] verify, confirm the truth/authenticity of; show to be true by evidence;
  • verifico, verificare, verificavi, verificatus V TRANS 1 1 TRANS [FSXEF] verify, confirm the truth/authenticity of; show to be true by evidence;
  • vestitus, vestitus N M 4 1 M [XXXCX] clothing;
  • vigilo, vigilare, vigilavi, vigilatus V 1 1 [XXXAX] remain awake, be awake; watch; provide for, care for by watching, be vigilant;
  • virgo, virginis N F [XXXAO] maiden, young woman, girl of marriagable age; virgin, woman sexually intact;
  • visio, visionis N F 3 1 F [XXXCX] vision;

VOCABULA.OECONOMICA

VOCABULA

  • Pecunia (-ae, f.): instrumentum quo merces emere potes.

VOCABULA.CONSORTIONIUM

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VOCABULA.CINEMATOGRAPHICORUM

TABULA

SENTENTIA ANGLICE
CINEMATOGRAPHICUS Movie Scriptwriter
FABULA Play, Drama
CARMEN Poem, Play

EX VERBORUM GULIELMI WHITAKER

  • cinematographicus, cinematographici N M 2 1 M [HXXFE] movie scriptwriter;
  • fabula, fabulae N F 1 1 F [XXXAX] story, tale, fable; play, drama; [fabulae! => rubbish!, nonsense!];
  • carmen, carminis N N 3 2 N [XDXAO] song/music; poem/play; charm; prayer, incantation, ritual/magic formula; oracle;

VOCABULA.DE.CALENDARIO

TABULA

SENTENTIA ANGLICE
AEGYPTIUS Egyptian
ASTRONOMICUS Astronomical
C Abbrev. Gaius
CAETUS Meeting, Encounter
CALENDA 1st of Month
CALENDARIUM Calendar
COETUS Meeting, Encounter
COITUS Meeting, Encounter
COMMERCIUM Commercial
CONGRESSUS Meeting, Assembly
CONLOQUIUM Meeting, Converstation
CONVENTUS Gathering, Meeting, Assembly
D. Abbrev. Diem in Anti Diem
DIES Day
FASTUS Judicial Days
Gaius (Roman praenomen)
GALLICUS Gaulic
HABRAEUS Hebrew
HEBRAICUS Hebrew
ID Ides
IDUS Ides
INTERCALO Insert Into Calendar
INTERCALO Insert in Calendar
ISLAMICUM Islamic
Jan. Abbrev. January
Januarius January (month understood)
JULIUS Julius (Roman Family)
JULIUS July
KAL. Abbrev. 1st of Month
KALENDA 1st of Month
KALENDARIUM Calendar
KL. Abbrev. 1st of Month
MODUS Method
Non. Nones (day of Month)
Nona Nones (day of Month)
PERMITTERE Permit
PERSICUS Persian
PERSIS Persian
PR Day Before (PRIDIE)
REBELLO Rebel, Revolt
REGERE Mange
SCIRE Know
SERICUS Chinese
SONTICUS Important, Serious

EX VERBORUM GULIELMI WHITAKER

  • Aegyptius, Aegyptia, Aegyptium ADJ [XXECO] Egyptian; of/connected with Egypt;
  • Apr., abb. ADJ [XXXCO] April (month/mensis understood); abb. Apr.;
  • Aprilis, Aprilis N M 3 3 M [XXXEO] April;
  • Aprilis, Aprilis, Aprile ADJ [XXXCO] April (month/mensis understood); abb. Apr.;
  • Aug., abb. ADJ [XXXCO] August (month/mensis understood); abb. Aug.; renamed from Sextilis in 8 BC;
  • Augustus, Augusta, Augustum ADJ [XXXCO] August (month) (mensis understood); abb. Aug.; renamed from Sextilis in 8 BC;
  • C., abb. N M [XXXCO] Gaius (Roman praenomen); (abb. C.); abb/ for centum/100;
  • Calenda, Calendae N F 1 1 F [XXXCO] Kalends (pl.), 1st of month; abb. Kal./Kl.; day of proclamation, interest due;
  • Dec., abb. ADJ [XXXCX] December (month/mensis understood); abb. Dec.;
  • December, Decembris N M 3 1 M [XXXCO] December; (the 10th month of the old calender, 12th/last month after Caesar);
  • December, Decembris, Decembre ADJ [XXXCO] December (month/mensis understood); abb. Dec.; of/pertaining to December;
  • Feb., abb. ADJ [XXXCX] February (month/mensis understood); abb. Feb.;
  • Februarius, Februaria, Februarium ADJ [XXXCX] February (month/mensis understood); abb. Feb.;
  • Gallicus, Gallica, Gallicum ADJ [XXFBO] Gallic, of Gaul, of the Gauls;
  • Habraeus, Habraea, Habraeum ADJ [XXQCO] Hebrew, Jewish;
  • Hebraicus, Hebraica, Hebraicum ADJ [EXQES] Hebrew, Jewish;
  • Id., abb. N M 9 8 M [XXXCX] Ides (pl.), abb. Id.; 15th of month, March, May, July, Oct., 13th elsewhen;
  • Idus, Idus N F 4 1 F [XXXCX] Ides (pl.), abb. Id.; 15th of month, March, May, July, Oct., 13th elsewhen;
  • Jan., abb. ADJ [XXXCX] January (month/mensis understood); abb. Jan.;
  • Januarius, Januaria, Januarium ADJ [XXXCX] January (month/mensis understood); abb. Jan.;
  • Jul., abb. ADJ [XXXCX] July (month/mensis understood); abb. Jul.; renamed from Quintilis in 44 BC;
  • Julius, Julia, Julium ADJ [XXXCO] July (month/mensis understood); abb. Jul.; renamed from Quintilis in 44 BC;
  • Julius, Julia, Julium ADJ [XXXDO] lesser Julius; Roman gens/family; (C. ~ Caesar 102-44 BC); of a/the Julians;
  • Julius, Julia, Julium ADJ [XXXDO] lesser July (month/mensis understood); abb. Jul.; renamed from Quintilis in 44 BC;
  • Jun., abb. ADJ [XXXCX] June (month/mensis understood); abb. Jun.;
  • Junius, Junia, Junium ADJ [XXXCX] June (month/mensis understood); abb. Jun.;
  • Kal., abb. N M 9 8 M [XXXCX] Kalends (pl.), 1st of month; abb. Kal./Kl.; day of proclamation, interest due;
  • Kalenda, Kalendae N F 1 1 F [XXXBO] Kalends (pl.), 1st of month; abb. Kal./Kl.; day of proclamation, interest due;
  • Kl., abb. N M 9 8 M [XXXCX] Kalends (pl.), 1st of month; abb. Kal./Kl.; day of proclamation, interest due;
  • Mai., abb. ADJ [XXXCX] May (month/mensis understood); abb. Mai.;
  • Maius, Maia, Maium ADJ [XXXCX] May (month/mensis understood); abb. Mai.;
  • Mart., abb. ADJ [XXXCX] March (month/mensis understood); abb. Mart.;
  • Martius, Martia, Martium ADJ [XXXBX] March (month/mensis understood); abb. Mart.; of/belonging to Mars;
  • Non., abb. N M 9 8 M [XXXCX] Nones (pl.), abb. Non.; 7th of month, March, May, July, Oct., 5th elsewhen;
  • Nona, Nonae N F 1 1 F [XXXCX] Nones (pl.), abb. Non.; 7th of month, March, May, July, Oct., 5th elsewhen;
  • Nov., abb. ADJ [XXXCX] November (month/mensis understood); abb. Nov.;
  • November, Novembris N M 3 1 M [XXXEO] November; (9th month before Caesar, 11th after); abb. Nov.;
  • November, Novembris, Novembre ADJ [XXXCO] November (month/mensis understood); abb. Nov.; of/pertaining to November;
  • Oct., abb. ADJ [XXXCX] October (month/mensis understood); abb. Oct.;
  • October, Octobris N M 3 1 M [XXXCO] October; (8th month before Caesar, 10 th after); abb. Oct.;
  • October, Octobris, Octobre ADJ [XXXCO] October (month/mensis understood); abb. Oct.; of/pertaining to October;
  • Persicus, Persica, Persicum ADJ [XXXCZ] Persian;
  • Persis, (gen.), Persidos ADJ [XXPFO] Persian;
  • Quinctilis, Quinctilis, Quinctile ADJ [XXXCX] July (month/mensis); abb. Quin.?; renamed Julius in 44 BC; in 5th place;
  • Quint., abb. ADJ [XXXCX] July (month/mensis understood); abb. Quint.??; renamed to Julius in 44 BC;
  • Quintilis, Quintilis, Quintile ADJ [XXXCX] July (month/mensis); abb. Quin.??; renamed Julius in 44 BC; in 5th place;
  • Sept., abb. ADJ [XXXCX] September (month/mensis understood); abb. Sept.;
  • September, Septembris N M 3 1 M [XXXCO] September; (7th month before Caesar, 9th after); abb. Sept.;
  • September, Septembris, Septembre ADJ [XXXCO] September (month/mensis understood); abb. Sept.; of/pertaining to September;
  • Sericus, Serica, Sericum ADJ [XXXDO] Chinese, of/from the Seres; silk-, made of silk; silken;
  • Sext., abb. ADJ [XXXCX] August (month/mensis understood); abb. Sext.??; renamed to Julius in 44 BC;
  • Sextilis, Sextilis, Sextile ADJ [XXXCX] August (month/mensis understood); abb. Sext.??; renamed to Julius in 44 BC;
  • astronomicus, astronomica, astronomicum ADJ [DSXCS] astronomical;
  • caetus, caetus N M 4 1 M [XXXBE] meeting, encounter, (political or illegal) assembly; union; band, gang, crowd;
  • calendarium, calendari(i) N N 2 4 N [XXXDO] calendar; ledger/account book (for monthly interest payments);
  • calendarium, calendari(i) N N [XXXDO] lesser calendar; ledger/account book (for monthly interest payments);
  • coetus, coetus N M 4 1 M [XXXBO] meeting, encounter, (political or illegal) assembly; union; band, gang, crowd;
  • coitus, coitus N M 4 1 M [XXXBO] meeting/encounter, gathering; conjunction (planets); meeting place; coalescence;
  • commercium, commerci(i) N N 2 4 N [XXXAO] trade/traffic/commerce (right/privilege); commercial/sex intercourse/relations;
  • congressus, congressus N M 4 1 M [XXXBO] meeting, interview; assembly/conference; encounter; engagement, clash; contest;
  • conloquium, conloquii N N 2 2 N [XXXBO] talk, conversation; colloquy/discussion; interview; meeting/conference; parley;
  • conmercium, conmerci(i) N N 2 4 N [XXXAS] trade/traffic/commerce (right/privilege); commercial/sex intercourse/relations;
  • conventus, conventus N M 4 1 M [XLXBO] gathering, meeting; assembly, people in assembly; provincial court, “assize”;
  • d., abb. N C 9 8 C [XXXCS] diem, abb. d; in calendar expression a. d. = ante diem = before the day;
  • dies, diei N C [XXXAX] day; daylight; festival; time; lifetime, age; [multo ~ => late in the day];
  • fastus, fasti N M 2 1 M [XXXCX] calendar (pl.), almanac, annals; register of judicial days, register;
  • intercalo, intercalare, intercalavi, intercalatus V 1 1 [XXXCX] insert (day or month) in the calendar, intercalate; postpone;
  • islamicus, islamica, islamicum ADJ [GXXDK] Islamic;
  • kalendarium, kalendari(i) N N 2 4 N [XXXDO] calendar; ledger/account book (for monthly interest payments);
  • modus, modi N M 2 1 M [XXXAX] manner, mode, way, method; rule, rhythm, beat, measure, size; bound, limit;
  • permitto, permittere, permisi, permissus V 3 1 [XXXAX] let through; let go through; relinquish; permit, allow; entrust; hurl;
  • pr ADV [XXXCX] day before (pridie), abb. pr; used in calendar expressions;
  • rebello, rebellare, rebellavi, rebellatus V 1 1 [XXXCX] rebel, revolt;
  • rego, regere, rexi, rectus V 3 1 [XXXAX] rule, guide; manage, direct;
  • scio, scire, scivi(ii), scitus V TRANS 6 1 TRANS [XXXAX] know, understand;
  • sonticus, sontica, sonticum ADJ [XXXDC] important, serious;

VOCABULA.ALIA EX THESAURO LATINO INTERETTE

DE GRAMMATICA LATINA

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