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English to Latin Dictionary
BY
THE REV. J. E. RIDDLE, M.A.
OF ST. EDMUND HALL, OXFORD.


EACH. pron. s. Quisque ; unusquisque ; singuli ; Cic.
They help each other ; sibi tradunt operas mutuas,
Ter.; alter alteri est auxilio ; se invicem adjuvant
Each likes a different thing; alios alia juvant. To give
each his share ; viritim dividere, Cic To each and all
of you ; vobis singulis et universis, Cic Each of us;
uterque nostrum. Each day ; singulis diebus, Cic.
EAGER, a. I. Ardently wishing; reicupidus; cupide
appetens ; sitienter expetens ; cupiditate ardens, or
flagrans, Cic. ; avidus, Cic. II. Vehement; vehemens ;
acer; violentus ; ardens; fervidus, Cic. III. Quick;
acer; vividus; alacer; ingenio fervidus; praeceps.
IV. Sharp; acidus, Plaut.; acerbus, Cic.; asper.
V. Keen; acer; mprdax ; acerbus; asper, Cic.
EAGERLY, a. Avide ; cupide ; sitienter ; vehementer ;
valide ; acriter ; acerbe, Cic.
EAGERNESS, s. Cupiditas, or cupido, immoderata;
aviditas ; ardor ; studium ; fervor, Cic. ; violentia, Plin. ;
contentio, Quint. To gaze with eagerness; oculis
intentis aspicere.
EAGLE, s. I. A bird; aquila. II. A standard;
aquila, Cic.
EAGLE-EYED, a. Oculis acribus et acutis praeditus,
Cic.
EAGLET, s. Aquilae pullus ; aquila recens.
EAR. s. I. The organ of hearing ; auris; auricula,
Cic. II. The sense ofhearing ; auris, or aurium, sensus.
III. Taste; judicium. IV. A handle ; ansa, Col.
V. The spike of corn ; spica ; arista, Cic. VI
That has long ears ; auritus, Plaut. To have dull ears ;
parum auribus audire, Cato; aures hebetiores habere,
Cic. To have quick ears ; clare audire, Plaut. ; soluti
, esse auditu, Plin. To flatter one's ears ; voluptati aurium
morigerari, Cic To qffend the ears ; aures delicatas
off'endere. To have one's ear; alicujus aures adire,
Tac To tell in one's ear; rem alteri in aurem dicere,
Cic. To lend an ear to ; aures advertere, or faciles
dare, Sen To open one's ears ; aures arrigere, Plaut.
To turn a deaf car to ; aures obstruere, Liv. ; ceram
auribus obdere, Cic He is over head and ears in debt ;
capillos liberos non habet, Petr. To have the king's
ear , principi gratiosum esse, Cic. To put back the ears
(as a horse) ; auriculas demittere, Hor To set together
by the ears ; lites serere ; dissensionem concitare.
To EAR. v. n. (Spoken of corn) ; spicari, Plin. ; in
spicam exire, Varr.
EAR-DROPS. *. Inaures, Plaut. ; pensiles ex auribus
margaritae.
EAR-LAP, s. Imula oricilla, Catull. ; lobus, Plin. ; innma
auricula, Cic., or pars auris.
EARED, a. Auritus, Plaut.; spicatus, Plin Flapeared;
flaccus, Cic.
EARL. s. Comes.
EARLDOM, s. Comitatus, us.
EARLY, a. Matutinus, Cic. ; praecox, Plin Early
fruit ; fructus praematurus, Col An early season ; festinata
maturitas, Quint.
EARLY, ad. Mature ; mature tempore ; maturius,
Cic. ; temporius, Col Very early ; praemature, Plaut. ;
maturius ; ante tempus In the morning ; bene mane ;
multo mane Early in the spring ; ineunte vere.
To EARN. v. n. Lucrari ; lucrifacere ; mereri ; obtinere
; consequi ; promereri ; comparare, Cic.
E\RNEST. a. I. Zealous; studiosus; rei studio in.
census ; ardens, Cic. ; fervens ; fervidus, Liv. II.
Intent ; diligcns ; impiger ; sedulosus ; studiosus, Cic. ;
strenuus, Hor. ; rei attentus, or intentus ; gnavus, Cic
fo be earnest with one to do any thing; alicui instare,
in-.'re, llagitare, Cic.
LARNEST. s. I. A serious event; res seria, Ter
In earnest, or in good earnest; serio, Liv.; extra
jocum ; remoto joco, Cic. ; amoto ludo, Hor.
II. Token; pignus; nota ; signum ; indicium, Cic.
I. Money given in token that a bargain is ratified;
arrha, Plin. ; arrhabo, Plaut. IV. HandselL first
fruits { primitiae, Plin.
EARNESTLY, ad. Ardenti, or magno, studio ; studio-
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EARNESTNESS
sissime ; ardenter ; vehementer ; acriter ; avidissime,
Cic. ; obnixe, Plaut. ; serio, Liv.
EARNESTNESS, s. I. Eagerness ; aviditas ; ardor ;
fervor, Cic. II. Zeal ; studium ardens, acre, or flagrans
; animus studiosus ; propensa voluntas, Cic.
III. Solemnity; gravitas ; severitas, Cic. IV. Solicitude
; cura ; sollicitudo ; diligentia ; accuratio ; animi
applicatio, or contentio, Cic.
EAR-PICKER, s. Specillum auricularium, Cels. ; auriscalpium,
Mart.
EAR-RING, s. Inauris, Plin. ; auricularis bulla.
EARTH, s. Terra; tellus ; terras globus ; solum, Cic.
Potter's earth ; terra figularis, Plin. Untried earth ;
praedia immunia, or libera, Cic.
To EARTH, v. a. Terrae mandare, Col.
To EARTH, v. n. In cavum se recipere ; cava specu
se condere To earth up, (with gardeners) ; terram
aggerare.
EARTH-BORN, a. Terrigena, Cic. ; terrestris ; humili
loco natus, Cic. ; terrae filius.
EARTHEN, a. Terreus ; terrenus ; Cic. ; testaceus,
Plin. An earthenpan ; cymbium, Virg. ; fictilis capedo.
Earthenware; opus fictile, or figlinum, Cic. ; Plin
An earthenjar ; testa, Hor. ; Juv.
EARTHLING. s. Terrae incola.
EARTHLY, a. Terrestris ; terrenus.
EARTHLY-MINDED, a. Humanae vitse commodis deditus
An earthly-minded spirit ; demersus in terram
animus, Cic. ; curva in terras anima, Hor.
EARTHQUAKE, s, Terra motus, Cic., quassatio, Sen.
EARTHWORM, s. Vermis terrenus, Cels. ; lumbricus,
Col.
EARTHY, a. Terrene ; terrenus, Cic. ; terreus, Caes. ;
corporeus.
EARWIG, s. Auricularia.
EAR-WITNESS, s. Testis auritus, Plaut.
EASE. s. Otium ; cessatio ; requies ; tranquillitas ;
facilitas ; laetitia ; voluptas, Cic. Ease in speaking ;
dicendi facultas et copia, Cic To be at one's ease ;
animo obsequi. To take one's ease; se molliter
curare, Ter. ; corpori servire, indulgere, Cic To live at
ease ; vivere bene beateque, Plaut A chapel of ease ;
ecclesia alteri in subsidium annexa. At heart's ease;
optato ; ex sententia, Cic.
To EASE. v. a. I. To freefrom pain ; levare ; allevare
; sublevare ; alicui levamentum afferre, or praestare,
Cic. ; Plin. ; levamento esse, Cic. II. To mitigate ;
mitigare ; placare ; lenire ; levare ; mollire, Cic. III.
To relieve from labour ; alicujus laborem levare ; onus
demovere. IV. To free from any thing that offends ;
liberare ; expedire ; vindicare.
EASEL, s. (With painters) ; canteriolus, Col.
EASEMENT, s. I. Relief; levatio ; levamen; levamentum
; subsidium ; auxilium ; presidium, Cic. II.
A house of office ; latrina ; forica.
EASILY, ad. I. Without difficulty; facile; nullo
negotio ; Cic.; ex facili, Cels. ; expedite ; proclivius;
Cic. II. Without pain ; tranquille; placide ; placate ;
sedate, Cic. III. Without reluctance; libenter; lubenter
; haud invite, Plaut. ; libenti, volenti, or prolixo
animo, Cic.
EASINESS, s. Facilitas ; obsequium ; obsequentia ; indulgentia,
Cic. ; comitas. (In speaking) ; expedita et
profluens in dicendo celeritas, Cic.
EAST. s. Oriens The East wind; Eurus, Virg.;
solanus, Vitr. ; subsolanus, Plin.
EASTER, s. Pascha. Easter day ; dies Paschalis.
EASTERLY or EASTERN, a. Orientalis, Hor. ; Eous,
Pomp. Mel. ; exortivus, Plin The Eastern nations ;
Orientis populi, Plin.
EASTWARD, ad Country situated eastward; regio
quaa spectat ortum solis, Plin.
EASY. a. I. Not difficult ; facilis ; commodus ; expeditus,
Cic. II. Complying, obsequious ; mollis in
obsequium, Ov. III. Easy to do, or to be done ; factu
facilis, Ter. Easy to say or to be said ; dictu proclivis,
Cic. Easy of attainment ; parabilis, Cic. More easy
to say than to do ; dictu quam re facilius, Liv Nothing
more easy ; promptum et in expedite positum, Quint.
He is of an easy temper ; sunt illi facillimi mores, Cic.
Thing easy to be believed, understood; facile ad credendum,
ad intelligendum, Cic.; Quint Easy to be
spoken to ; ad quern sunt faciles aditus, Cic. ; accessu
facilis, Sen. Easy to be entreated ; impetrandas veniae
facilis.
To EAT. v. a. and n. Edere ; comedere ; Plaut. ;
cibum capere, Cic. To eat often; esitare, Catull.
He has eaten up his whole estate; elavit se bonis suis,
Plaut.; reliqui nihil fecit de bonis, Cic. 'To eat one's
words ; dicta retractare, Virg., revocare, Cic.
EATABLE, a. Vescus, Lucr. : esculentus ; ad vescendum
aptus, Cic. ; edulis, Hor.
EATABLES, s. pi. Cibaria, orum, pi., Cic.
EATER, s. Homo edax, or multi cibi, Cic. ; estor ;
fern, estrix, Plaut A great eater ; abdomen insatiabile,
Cic A little eater ; homo non multi cibi, Cic.
EATING-HOUSE, s. Hospitium ; diversoria tabernaEAVES
Plaut To keep an eating-house ; tabernam exercere,
Vitr. To go to an eating-house ; in tabernam divertere,
Cic.
EAVES, s. Projectura, Vitr.
EAVES-DROPPER, s. Auscultator.
EBB. s. Refluum mare, Plin. ; (salacia, Fest.).
To EBB. v. n. Rursus fluere The tide ebbs ;
refluum est mare ; maris undae refluunt, Virg. ; mare
resorbatur in se, Plin.
EBONY or EBON. s. Ebenus, Lucr. ; ebenum, Virg.
EBRIETY. s. Ebrietas, Cels. ; vinolentia, Cic. ; temu
lentia, Plin. To dispel ebriety ; ebrietatem solvere, Cels
EBRIOSITY. s. Ebriositas ; vinolentia ; bibendi intemperantia,
Cic.
EBULLITION, s. I. (With chymists) ; ebullitio. II.
Any intestine motion ; interior agitatio. III. Boiling
up with heat; fervor, Cic.
ECCENTRIC or ECCENTRICAL, a. A norma abhorrens ;
abnormis ; Her.
ECCLESIASTIC or ECCLESIASTICAL, a. Ecclesiasticus ;
ad ecclesiam pertinens.
ECCLESIASTIC, s. Clericus ; ecclesiasticus.
ECHO. s. Echo, Plin. ; vocis repercussus, us ; vox
reciproca ; vocis imago, Hor. ; sonus resultans, Plin.
To ECHO. v. n. and a. Iterare, Cic. ; repetere, Ov.
ECLAIHCISSEMENT. s. Explicatio ; explanatio ; enodatio;
Cic.
ECLAT, s. Fulgor ; splendor ; decus : Cic With
eclat; splendide ; splendido apparafti; Cic To give
eclat ; rem illustrare ; rei splendorem accersere, Cic.
ECLIPSE, s. Soils, or lunae, defectio, or defectus, Os ;
obscuratio, Cic. ; deliquium, Plin To calculate an
eclipse ; dcfoctionem solis numeris persequi, Cic.
To ECLIPSE, v. a. Obscurare, Cic. To eclipse some
one ; aliquem, or alicujus splendorem, obscurare. The
moon is eclipsed; lunalaborat, Cic.
ECLIPTIC, s. Eclipticus, Plin.
ECLOGUE, s. Ecloga.
ECONOMIC or ECONOMICAL, a. Quod ad rei familiaris
optimam administrationem pertinet ; ceconomicus, Cic.
ECONOMIST, s. Rei familiaris administrator, procurator,
Cic. ; fern, administra.
ECONOMY. 5. Rei familiaris administratio, curatio, or
dispensatio, Cic. (Excessive) ; frugalitas ; parsimonia,
Cic.
ECSTASY or EXTASY. s. Mentis excessus, us ; animi a
sensibus alienatio.
ECSTASIED. a. A sensibus alienatus Ecstasicd with
admiration ; admiratione stupens.
ECSTATIC or ECSTATICAL. a. Crebra mentis alienatione
a sensibus avocatus.
EDACIOUS, a. Cibi avidus, Ter. ; vorax ; carnivorus ;
Plin An edacious man ; helluo, Cic.
EDACITY, s. Ingluvies, Cic.
EDDY. s. Vertex; or, vortex, Ov. ; Virg. ; aqua in se
contorta, Quint.
EDENTATED. a. Edentulus, Plaut. ; dentibus deflectus,
Plin. An edrntatcd mouth ; os vacuum dentibus, Tac. ;
inermis gingiva, Juv.
EDGE. s. I. The cutting part of a blade ; acies, Cic.
II. Brink; ora, margo. III. Keenness; odium;
malevolentia ; Cic.
To EDGE. v. a. I. To sharpen ; acuere ; exacuere ;
Cic. ; in cote subigere, Virg. II. To border with any
thing. To edge the road ; viam marginare, Liv. III.
To exasperate; irritare et lacessere, Cic. ; instimulare,
Ter. ; iram concitare, Ov.
EDGED, a. Acutus ; exacutus ; Plin A two-edged
sword ; bipennis, Hor.
EDGELESS. a. Retusus, Hor. ; obtusus ; hebes ; Col. ;
hebetatus.
EDGING, s. Ora Edging oj a gown; limbus, Virg.
EDIBLE, a. See EATABLE.
EDICT. 5. Edictum, Cic. To publish an edict;
edictum proponere, Suet., promulgare, Cic. ; populum
edicto monere, Tac. To abolish an edict; edictum
abolere, abrogare.
EDIFICATION, s. Use the verb.
EDIFICE. s. ^dificium. To build an edifice ; a?dificium
exstruere, Cic.
To EDIFY, v. a. I. To build ; aedificare ; aedes exstruere
; Cic. II. To instruct; docere : instruere
ignprantiam alicujus, Plin. ; aliis bono exemplo esse ;
optimum exemplum praebere. They were very much
edified by those discourses ; his sermouibus mirum in modum
commoti sunt.
EDITION, s. Libri editio, Quint. ; libri impressio.
EDITOR, s. Libri editor.
To EDUCATE, v. a. Kducare ; instituere ; Cic To
educate well; bonis artibus inficere, Cic.
EDUCATION, s. Educatio ; institutio; Cic Good
education; liberalis educatio. To give a child a good
education; mentem pueri optimis praeceptis et institutis
formare, Cic.
EEL. s. Anguilla, Plin. Eel-pout (a young eel);
lotta; morella. An eel-spear; tridens, Virg. An
eel-pond ; anguillarius lacus.
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EFFABLE
EFFABLE. a. Quod verbis expriml potest. To EFFACE, v. a. Expungere, Plaut. ; delere ; interlinere
; Cic. To efface one's fault by a fine action ;
praeteritam culpam egregio facto redimere, Cic.
EFFECT. *. I. A thing brought to pass ; effectus, us,
Cic Hope, without effect ; infinita spes, Cic. Hit
mission had no effect ; legationis irritus rediit, Tac.
II. Purpose i animus; mens; consilium, Cic. III.
Advantage, completion ; utilitas ; eommodum ; emolumentum,
Cic. ; perfectio ; absolutio ; Cic. IV. Reality :
res vera, Cic. ; veritas. (In the plural), EJfects : bona
certa, pi.
To EFFECT, v. a. Rem perficere ; exsequi : ad exitum
abducere ; exitum praestare, Cic.
EFFECTIBLE. a. Quod fieri potest, Cic. A thing said
not to be ejfictible ; quod posse effici negatur, Suet,
EFFECTIVE, a. Efficax ; efficiens ; Cic. ; Liv.
EFFECTIVELY, ad. Reipsa ; re vera ; re, Cic. ; efficienter,
Cic. ; efficaciter, Plin.
EFFECTLESS, a. Impotens Effectless efforts ; vani
conatus, uum, m. pi. ; capti conatus frustra, Cic.
EFFECTUAL, a. Efficax ; qui, quae, quod, efficacitatem
habet, Cic An effectual remedy ; prsssentissimum remedium,
Plin.
EFFECTUALLY, ad. Efficienter, Cic. ; efficaciter, Plin.
To EFFECTUATE, v. a. Rem perficere, conficere, exsequi,
praestare, Cic.
EFFEMINACY. *. Mollitia ; mollities ; mollitudo, Cic.
To live in the greatest effeminacy ; liquescere et affluere
mollitia, Cic. ; luxu marcere, Veil.
EFFEMINATE, a. Mollis; effeminatus, Cic. An effeminate
man ; mollis et parum vir, Quint An effeminate
mind ; muliebris animus, Cic.
To EFFEMINATE, v. a. and n. Enervare ; effeminarc ;
mollire, Cic. ; deliciis solvere, Quint.
EFFEMINATELY, ad. Effeminate, Cic. ; ignave ; non
fortiter.
To EFFERVESCE, v. n. Effervescere ; effervere.
EFFERVESCENCE, *. Effervescentia, Caes. ; fervor,
Varr. ; aestus, Qs, Hor. Effervescence of the people f
civium ardor, Hor.
EFFETE, a. I. Barren ,- sterilis ; infecundus ; Cic.
II. Worn out with age ; aetate confectus, Cic To
be effete ; esse senio confectum, or confecta aatate, Cic.
EFFICACIOUS, a. Efficax Efficaciousfor a serpent'*
bite ; adversus serpentem efficax, Plin.
EFFICACIOUSLY, ad. Efficienter, Cic. ; efficaciter,
Plin.
EFFICACY. *. Efficacitas ; efficientia ; vis ; Cic
Tears sometimes have the efficacy of prayers ; lacrymas
interdum habent vocis pondera, Ov.
EFFICIENCE or EFFICIENCY. See EFFICACY.
EFFICIENT, a. Efficax ; efficiens.
EFFIGY, s. Effigies ; imago ; simulacrum, Cic.
EFFLUENCE, s. Fluxio, Cic. ; (manatio, Front.).
EFFLUVIA or EFFLUVIUM, s. Corruptus ae'ris tractus.
EFFLUX or EFFLUXION. s. Fluxio ; effusio ; emanatio.
To EFFORCE. v. a. I. To break through ; rumpere ;
perrumpere, Cic. II. To ravish; virginivim inferre ;
per vim stuprare virginem ; Cic.
EFFORT, s. Nisus ; conatus, us ; contentio, Cic To
make a resolute effort i niti firmo animo, Liv To make
a last effort i niti summa opum vi, Virg Vain effort;
nanis impetus. With effort ; obnixe, Ter.
EFFRONTERY, s. Impudentia ; protervitas, Cic. ; procacitas,
Liv.
EFFULGENCE, s. Nitor ; splendor, Cic.
EFFULGENT, a. Clarus : splendidus ; fulgens; splendens,
Cic.
To EFFUSE, v. a. Fundere ; effundere ; profundere ;
diffundere.
EFFUSION, s. Effusio Effusion of a liquid in sacri-
, ces ; libatio, Cic. ; libamen, Virg. This victory was
not without effusion of blood ; victoria non incruenta
uit, Hor. ; multorum sanguine ac vulneribus stetit, Liv.
Effusion of heart , animi effusio ; summa amoris significatio,
Cic.
EGG. s. Ovum, Cic Fresh, egg ; e gallina recens
ovum, Cels. An egg-shell ; ovi putamen. To lay eggs s
)va ponere, Col.
To EGG ON. v. n* Stimulare ; instigare ; incitare ;
mpellere ; urgere.
EGLANTINE, s. Dog-rose; rosa sylvestris ; (aqunega).
EGOTISM, s. Nimius sui amor, nee cujusquam habens
rationem.
EGOTIST, s. Sui unius amator ; qui de se fastidiose
oquitur.
EGREGIOUS, a. I. Eminently good ; excellens ;
praestans; egregius, Cic. An egregious mind; praestans,
or eximium, ingenium, Cic. II. Eminently bad;
abominandus, Plin. ; detestabilis, Cic. ; detestandus, Liv.
EGREGIOUSLY. ad. Eximie ; egregie ; praeclare ; insigniter,
Cic.
EGRESS or EGRESSION, s. Egressus, us ; exitus, us,
Cic. ; effugium, Tac.
EJACULATION, s. Brevis et subita precatio.
EJACULATORY. a, Subitus ; repentinus, Cic. ; subiEJECT
taneus, Plaut Ejaculatory prayer ;
afl'ectus ; preces subitariae.
fervidus mentis
To EJECT, v. a. Profundere ; mittere ; emittere ; ejicere,
Cic.
EJECTION, s, I. Expulsion ; expulsio, Cic. ; ejectio,
Vitr. II. (In physic) ; detractio, Pirn. ; Vitr. ; egestus,
us, Sen. ; egestio, Plin. J.
EIGHT, a. Octo.
EIGHTEEN, a. Decem et octo. Eighteen times ; decies
et octies.
EIGHTEENTH, a. Octavus decimus, Tac. ; duodevigesimus
; duodevicesimus, Plin.
EIGHTFOLD, a. Octies, Cic.
EIGHTH, a. Octavus, Cic. Consul for the eighth
time ; octavum consulatum gerens.
EIGHTIETH, a. Octogesimus, Cic.
EIGHTHLY, ad. Octavo loco.
EIGHTY, a, Octoginta.
EITHER, pron, a. Alteruter, tra, trum.
EITHER, conj. Sive ; seu, Cic Either his wife or
his friend ; sive uxor sive arnica, Ter. ; vel ; aut ; ve.
Either to conquer or to die ; aut vincere aut mori.
EJULATION. s. Clamor, Cic. ; ejulatus, Plaut.
EKE. conj. Etiam ; praeter haec, Plaut.; praeterea;
insuper, Cic.
To EKE. v. a. Augere ; augere et amplificare ; producere
; Cic. ; trahere ; proferre ; prorogate ; supplere, Cic.
To ELABORATE, v. a. Hem accurare, Plaut., accuratius
tractare ; strenuam rei operam dare ; in re elaborate,
Cic. ; perficere ; absolvere.
ELABORATE, a. Affabre factus ; industriae elaboratus,
Cic An elaborate work ; opus magnas artis.
ELABORATELY, ad. Graphice, Plaut. ; perfecte, Cic. ;
accurate, Ter. ; sedulo ; studiose ; diligenter, Cic.
To ELANCE. v. a. Jacere ; immittere To elance a
dart; telum in aliquem conjicere/vibrare, torquere, or
intorquere, Cic.
To ELAPSE, v. n. Effluere, Cic. ; labi, Hor. ; delabi,
Cic.
ELASTIC, ELASTICAL. a. Statim a compressions vi sua
resultans.
ELASTICITY, s. Renixus, us, Cels. ; repercussus, us,
Plin.
ELATE, a. Ferox ; superbus, Cic.
To ELATE, v. a. I. To puff up with prosperity ;
superbum facere ; inflare animos, Cic. ; ad superbiam
extollere,Tac. To elate one's self ; se superbire, Cic. ;
intumescere, Quint. ; insolescere, Cell. ; superbiam
smnere, Hor.; inani superbia tumere, Phaedr. II.
To heighten; elevare, Caes. ; extollere; altius tollere,
Cic.
ELATION, s. Ferocitas ; ferocia ; superbia, Cic.
ELBOW, s. Cubitus, Cic. To lean on one's elbow ;
levare corpus in cubitum, Curt. Leaning on the elbow ;
innixus in cubitum, Nep.
To ELBOW, v. a. Cubito pulsare, submovere, pellere,
depellere, Cic., prehendere, corripere, Cic.
ELBOW-ROOM, s. Spatium.
ELDER, a. Maximus natu filius, Nep. ; primsevus,
Virg. ; primogenitus, Plin.
ELDER, s. Senex ; annosus ; senior.
ELDER-BERRY, s. Sabucum, Seren. Samm.
ELDERS, s.pl. Prisci ; prisci viri,Cic. ; antiqui ; veteres.
ELDERSHIP, s. I. Seniority ; aetatis prasrogativa.
II. With presbyterians; presbyteri munus, or dignitas;
(presbyteratus, us, Hieron.).
ELDER-TREE or ELDER, s. Sambucus ; arbor sambuceus,
Plin.
ELDEST, a. Natu maximus.
To ELECT, v, a. Eligere, Cic. To elect magistrates;
magistratus eligere, orcreare, Cic. To elect a successor
to one deceased ; legere in demortui locum, Liv.
ELECT, a. Electus ; lectus ; dilectus, Cic. The elect;
quos aeterna manet gloria.
ELECTION, s. Electio ; cooptatio, Cic.; delectus
The election of magistrates ; magistratuum creatio, Cic.
ELECTIONEERING, s. Ambitus suffragiorurn.
ELECTIVE, a. Qui, quae, quod, suffrages eligitur An
elective kingdom ; regnum in quo rex suffragiis eligitur.
ELECTOR, s. Elector; qui eligit. Great Elector ;
Elector Supremus.
ELECTORAL, a. Ad electorem pertinens His Electoral
Highness ; Priuceps Elector.
ELECTORATE, s. Electoris dignitas, or ditiq.
ELECTIIE or ELECTRUM. s. Succinum, Plin. j electrum,
Ov.
ELECTRIC or ELECTRICAL, a. Tractorius, or electricus.
ELECTRICITY, s. Vis tractoria ; or perhaps it may be
necessary to retain the modern word ; or to use electricitas,
in a Latin form.
ELECTUARY, s. 4 medicinal composition; ecligma,
Plin.
ELEEMOSYNARY, a. Ad stipis largitionem pertinens.
ELEGANCE or ELEGANCY, s. Elegantia, Cic. Elegance
of style ; verborum concinnitas, Cic.
ELEGANT, a. Elegans; excultus; expolitus.
ELEGANTLY, ad. Eleganter; polite; ornate, Cic.
ELEGIAC
ELEGIAC, a. I. Used in elegies ; elegus. Elegiac
verses; elegia, Plaut. II. Mournful: lugubris ; luctuosus,
Cic.
ELEGY, s. Elegia, Hor. -A little elegy; elegidium,
Pers. ; elegidiarium, Petron.
ELEMENT, s. Elementum ; principium ; pi. initia
elementa, Cic. ; prima rudimenta. He is out ofhis element;
ab illius ingenio abhorret res; in hujusmodi
negotiis est admodum hospes.
ELEMENTARY, a. Ad elementa pertinens ; (elementarius,
Sen.).
ELEPHANT, s. Elephans ; elephantus, Cic. ; barrus
Hor.
ELEPHANTINE, a. Elephantinus.
To ELEVATE, v. a. Tollere ; attollere ; educere ; erigere
; Cic. ; superbum facere.
ELEVATED* part. a. Editus ; altus ; excelsus ; Cic. ;
in altitudinem editus, Liv.
ELEVATION, s. Elatio ; levatio, Vitr Elevation of
the voice ; vocis contentio, Curt Elevation to honours ;
ad honores promotio, or ascensus, Cic.
ELEVEN, a. Undecim, Cic. ; undeni, Plin. Eleven
times; undecies.
ELEVENTH, a. Undecimus, Plin.
ELF. s. I. A spirit; larva, Plaut. ; pi., lemures,
Hor. ; genius ; daemon. II. A dwarf; pumilus, Suet. ;
pumilio, Mart. ; pumilo, Stat.
To ELICIT, v. a. Rein e loco promere, or depromere ;
extrahere ; or, elicere ; Cic.
To ELIDE, v. a. Elidere.
ELIGIBILITY, s. Ad electionem habilitas.
ELIGIBLE, a. Qui potest eligi.
ELISION, s. Elisio. Verses full of elisions ; confragosi
versus, Quint.
ELIXIR, s. Succus subtilissimus, Plin.
ELK. s. An animal; alcis, Caes. ; alee, Plin.
ELL. s. A measure; ulna, Virg To measure by
the ell ; ulna metiri Measuring by ells ; rei ad ulnam
admensio.
ELLIPSIS, s. Ellipsis.
ELLIPTIC or ELLIPTICAL, o. Ellipticus.
ELM. s. Ulmus, Virg. A young elm ; tener ulmi
surculus.
ELOCUTION. *. Elocutio; dictio; Cic.
ELOGY or EULOGY, s. Elogium ; laus ; Cic To
%ive great eulogy ; alicui praeconium tribuere ; aliquem
laudibus ornare, or efferre ; Cic.
To ELONGATE, v. a. Producere, trahere ; proferre ;
prorogare ; Cic.
ELONGATION, s. Extensio.
To ELOPE, v. n. Fugere ; aufugere ; fugas se dare, or
mandare.
ELOPEMENT, s. Fuga, Cic.
ELOQUENCE. *. Eloquentia ; facundia ; dicendi facultas
; vis et facultas oratoris ; Cic. Perfect eloquence ;
consummata eloquentia, Quint.
ELOQUENT, a. Eloquens ; facundus ; disertus ; Cic.
To be very eloquent ; magnam dicendi vim habere,
Cic. He was the most eloquent man of his time; iis
temporibus principatum eloquentiae tenebat, Nep.
ELOQUENTLY, ad. Oratorie, Cic. ; facunde, Liv.
ELSE. a. Alius, alia, aliud. Nothing else; nihil
prorsus ; Ter.
' ELSE. conj. Aliter ; secus; alio modo; alia ratione;
non eodem modo, Cic.
ELSEWHERE, ad. (Without motion) ; alibi, Cic. ;
aliubi, Varr. ; Plin (With motion) : aliorsum. Plaut. ;
alio, Cic.
To ELUCIDATE, v. a. In splendorem dare, Plin.
To elucidate a difficult affair ; rei lucem afferre, or
umen adhibere ; rem dilucidare ; enodare ; enucleare ;
explicari ; Cic.
ELUCIDATION. *. Explicatio ; explanatio ; enodatio ;
Cic.
ELUCIDATOR. 5. Scriptoris interpres, Cic.
To ELUDE, v. a. Eludere ; subterfugere ; Cic To
elude a difficulty ; difficultatem eludere, Cic To elude
he law ; legi ffaudem facere, Cic.
ELUMBATED. a. Delumbis ; delumbatus ; Plin.]
ELUSION, s. Fraus ; artificium, Cic.
ELUSORY, a. Fallax, Cic.
ELYSIUM, s. Elysi Campi, Virg.
To EMACIATE, v. a. and n. Aliquem emacerare,
Sen. ; macerare ; ad maciem reducere ; Plin. ; corpus
macie extenuare, or conficere, Virg.
EMACIATION, s. Corporis extenuatio, maceratio ;
Plaut.
EMANANT, EMANATIVE, or EMANATORY. a. Qui ex
re manat, or oritur.
To EMANATE, v. n. Oriri ; manare, Cic.
EMANATION, s. Res ouae ex alia re manat, or manavit.
To EMANCIPATE, v. a. Aliquem emancipare, Cic. ;
suae tutelae facere, U. Jet.).
EMANCIPATION, s. Sententia qua quis sui juris fit
iberatio ; servitutis depulsio, Cic.
To EMBALM, v. a. Mortuum corpus condire, Cic.
EMBAB
To EMBAR. v. a. Aliquem in locum, or in loco, includere,
Cic To keep embarred; interclusum tenere.
EMBARCATION. s. In navem conscensio, Cic.
EMBARGO, s To lay an embargo upon ships; navibus
e portu exitum prohibere.
To EMBARK, v. a. and n. Navi, or in navem, imponere,
Cic. To embark an army; exercitum navi, or
in navem, imponere To embark in a civil war ;
civilibus fluctibus se committere, Nep.
To EMBARRASS, v. a. Alicui impedimento esse ; negotium
alicui facessere ; Cic.
EMBARRASSMENT, s. Impedimenturn, Cic. ; implicatio,
impeditio, Vitr. ; sollicitudo ; animi anxietas.
To EMBASE. v. a. Corrumpere, Cic. ; vitiare, Plin. ;
adulterare.
EMBASSADOR. s. Legatus, Cic. ; orator, Liv. An
extraordinary embassador ; legatus extra ordinem, Cic.
To give orders to an embassador } mandata legato
dare, Cic.
EMBASSADRESS. s. Legati conjux, or uxor Whofulfils
the office of embassadress ; legati mulier ; quse legationem
obit.
EMBASSAGE or EMBASSY, s. Legatio. The chief of
an embassagc ; Icgationis princeps. Who returns without
havingfulfilled
the object of his embassage ; qui redit
legationis irritus, Tac To send some one in embassage
; aliquem legare ; alicui legationem dare.
To EMBATTLE, v. a. Aciem componere, Ter. ; instituere,
Caes. ; instruere, Cic. ; disponere ; exornare,
Sail. ; Tac. ; ordinare, Curt. ; aciem struere adversus
hostes ; copias in aciem educere ; Cic. ; pugnae faciem
componere, Tibull.
To EMBELLISH, v. a. Ornare ; exornare ; decorare ;
illustrare ; Cic.
EMBELLISHMENT, s. Ornatio, Cic. ; ornatus, us ; ornamentum
; decor, Cic. Embellishment of a speech;
orationis pigmenta, Cic., or colores, Hor.
EMBERS, s. pi. Favilla, Tibull. ; fervidus cinis, Sen.
Ember-days ; quatuor anni tempestatum solemne jejunium.
To EMBEZZLE, v. a. I. To appropriate to one's
own use; rem sibi vindicare, usurpare, arrogare, asserere,
sumere, tribuere, asciscere, Cic. To embezzle
part of another man's property ; usurpare sibi aliquid
ex bonis alterius, Cic. II. To waste, to dissipate;
dispergere ; dissipare ; Cic.
EMBEZZLEMENT. 5. Mala rei administratio, (concussio,
U. Jet.).
To EMBLAZE or To EMBLAZON, v. a. I. To blazon;
figuras in scuto gentilitio pingere. II. To adorn;
scenam, aedes regias, ornare, or exornare, Cic.
EMBLEM, s. Emblema ; symbolum.
EMBLEMATIC or EMBLEMATICAL, a. Symbolicus.
EMBLEMATICALLY, ad. Symbolice, Cell. See FIGURATIVELY.
To EMBOSS, v. a. Caelare, Cic. ; Liv.
EMBOSSMENT, s. I. A jut; clivus ; tumulus ; locus
editus ; Liv. II. Rising work ; eminentia ; prominentia;
Vitr.
To EMBOWEL, v. a. Eviscerare, Virg. ; exenterare,
Just. ; intestina eximere, Plin.
To EMBRACE, v. a. I. To hold in the arms ; amplecti
; complecti ; venire in amplexum alicujus, Cic
To embrace often; amplexari ; Cic.; amplexus alicui
dare, Virg She embraces her brother; fratrem amplexa
tenet, Cic. II. To enclose, encompass ; amplecti ;
cingere ; circumdare. Three men can hardly embrace
that tree ; terni vix earn arborem circumplectuntur ; haec
arbor hominum ulnas complectentium tenet ; Plin.
EMBRACE, s. Amplexus ; complexus ; Cic.
EMBRASURE. *. I. An aperture in a wall ; fenestra;
Caes. II. PI. Sides of a door or window ; latera
obliquata.
To EMBROCATE, v. a. Fovere.
EMBROCATION, s. (With surgeons) ; fotus, Plin. ; foraentum,
Col. ; fomentatio, U. Jet.
To EMBROIDER, v. a. Acu pingere, Ov. ; Phrygium
opus facere/ To embroider in gold; tenui auro discernere,
Virg.
EMBROIDERER, s. Phrygio, Plin. ; acupictor ; f., quae
acu pingit, or Phrygiam artem exercet.
EMBROIDERY or EMBROIDERING, s. Acu pictum opus ;
or, Phrygium opus.
To EMBROIL, v. a. Miscere ; permiscere ; confundere;
Cic. To embroil an ctffair ; negotium turbare ;
rem impedire et perturbare ; Cic.
EMBRYO or EMBRYON. s. (A term of surgery.) Fetus,
Col. ; homo inchoatus, Plin.
EMENDABLE. a. Emendabilis, Liv.
EMENDATION, s. Correctio ; emendatio ; Cic (Of
manners) ; morum in melius mutatio.
EMENDATOR. s. Corrector ; emendater ; f., emendatrix,
Cic.
EMERALD, s. Smaragdus, Plin.
To EMERGE. . n. Egredi ; exire ; Cic. To emerge
from, the water ; ex aqua emergere, Cic ( From a
bat//) ; e balneis exire, Cic.
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EMERGENCE
EMERGENCE or EMERGENCY. *. Occasio ; caus, us ;
jventus, us According to emergencies ; ut res dant sese,
Ter. ; ex re et tempore, Cic. ; prout res et tempug
'erunt. In that emergency ; in hoc casu, Cels.
EMERGENT, a. Inexpectatus ; inopinatus ; Cic.
EMERY, s. A mineral; smyrites ; smyris ; Plin.
EMETIC, s. Remedium vomitorium.
EMETIC or EMETICAL. a. Vomitorius, Plin.
To EMIGRATE, v. n. Migrare, Cic. ; emigrare, Plin.
EMIGRATION, s. Migratio, Cic.
EMINENCE or EMINENCY. s. I. Height; clivus, Cic. ;
tumulus ; locus editus ; Liv There was a slight eminence
; erat locus paulo excelsior. II. Conspicuous"
ness; praestantia; excellentia.
EMINENT, a. I. High ; editus ; excelsus ; altus ;
Cic. II. Conspicuous ; praestans ; eminens ; eximius ;
Cic. An eminent virtue ; singularis et eximia virtus.
An eminent mind ; ingenium eximium, Cic Eminent
dignity; prsestabilis dignitas, Cic.
EMINENTLY, ad. Eximie ; egregie ; praeclare ; insigniter
; Cic.
EMISSARY, s. Emissarius ; exsecutor ; explorator ;
Cic.
EMISSION, s. Emissio.
To EMIT. v. a. Mittere; emittere. To emit blood
by the mouth ; ore sanguinem vpmere To emit fire
by the nostrils ; naribus ignem spirare, Virg. To emit
an intolerable smell; intolerandum odorem exhalare.
EMOLLIENT, a. Anodynus, Cels. ; mitigatorius, Plin.
EMOLLIENT, s. Lenimentum ; lene remedium ; Plin.
EMOLUMENT, s. Emolumentum ; lucrum ; Cic. To
get no emolument for one's office ; officii munus exsequi
sine emolumento, Cic.
EMOTION, s. Disturbance of the mind; commotio;
animi tumultus ; motus, us A strong emotion ; concitati
affectus, uum, Quint.
To EMPALE, v. a. I. To fence with a pale, enclose ;
vallare ; vallo munire ; palis praefixis locum munire, or
instruere. II. To put to death on a stake; per medium
hominem stipitem adigere, Sen.
To EMPANNEL. v. a. Conscribere ; ascribere.
EMPARLANCE. s. Ampliatio ; interpositum decretum.
To EMPASSION. v. a. Movere ; commovere ; ciere ; Cic.
EMPEROR, s. Imperator, Plin.
EMPHASIS. *. Emphasis. To speak with vain emphasis
; grandia, or turgide, loqui, Cic. ; profundere ampullas
et sesquipedalia verba, Hor To praise with
emphasis ; laudare ore pleniore.
EMPHATIC, a. Gravis ; vehemens ; acer.
EMPHATICALLY, ad. Graviter ; vehementer ; acriter.
EMPIRE, s. Imperium ; dominatus, us ; Cic.
EMPIRIC, s. Circulator.
EMPIRIC or EMPIRICAL, a. Empiricus, Cic. ; qui
medicinam in usu et experiments positam profitetur,
Cels.
EMPIRICISM, s. Empirice, es, Plin.
EMPLASTIC. a. Glutinosus, Cels.
To EMPLOY, v.a. I. To keep at work; aliquo, or
alicujus opera, ad rem uti, Cic To employ some one
usefully ; commodissime per aliquem agi, Cic. Whom
will you employ ? quern ad hoc interpones ? Cic. To
employ a great number of workmen; in operas multos
mittere, Cic. II. To use ; rem consumere ; impendere
; Cic. To employ one's time on something ; rei
tempus dare, impertire ; Cic. To employ one's time
badly ; horas male collocare. Mart To employ one's
care and mind on a thing; ad.rem studium et ingenium
conferre.
EMPLOY or EMPLOYMENT, s. I. Business; occupatio,
Cic. ; ministerium, Plin. J. II. Office ; munus ;
officium. To give an employment to some one ; munus
alicui assignare, Cic.
EMPLOYER, s. Qui negotium, or munus, alicui mandat,
imponit.
EMPOISONMENT. s. Veneficium.
TOEMPOVERISH. v.a. Alicui egestatem afferre, Cic.;
aliquem ad inopiam redigere, Ter. ; bonis spoliare et
nudare, Cic. To empoverish a house ; domum exhaurire,
or exaninare, Cic., depauperare, Varr. To
empoverish a field ; agrum emacerare, Plin To empoverish
a language ; sermonis ubertatem circumcidere,
Cic.
EMPOVERISHMENT. s. Bpnorum jactura, or amissio ;
rei familiaris angustia ; Cic Empoverishment of the
land ; soli emacerati sterilitas, Plin Empoverishment
of language ; sermcnis jejunitas, Cic.
To EMPOWER. v. a. Auctoritatem alicui dare, tribuere
To be empowered ; auctoritatem habere ; auctoritate
valere ; Cic To be empowered by the senate to
hold a public office ; ex senatus auctoritate magistratuum
gerere, Cic.
EMPRESS, s. Imperatrix, Plin.
EMPRISE, s. Susceptio ; molitio ; Cic A bold em"
prise ; res ingentis audaciae, Liv.
EMPTINESS, s. Inane Philosophers say there, can be
no emptiness ; physicis
inane nihil esse placet, Cic.
EMFTION. s. Lmptio ; nundinatio ; Cic.
EMPTY
EMPTY, a. Vacuus ; inanis ; Cic. An empty Jionse;
nuda atque inanis domus, Cic. An empty buttle;
lagena exslccata, Cic Empty hands ; manus steriles,
Plaut. Empty words ; verba inania ; sine mente
sonus ; Virg. ; inanis verborum sonitus, nulla subjecta
materia, Cic.
To EMPTY, v. a. Vacuum facere, Cic. ; vacuare, Col.
evacuare.Cic.; deplere.Col. To empty the public treasury
to enrich some one ; alicujus facultates publicarum eges
tione adjuvare To empty bottles ; lagenas exsiccare
Cic. To empty itself ; depleri ; effundi ; evacuari.
To EMPURPLE, v. a. Purpura tingere, or inficere.
EMPYREAN, s. Summa cceli regie ; ccelestis beatorura
gedes.
To EMULATE, v. a. Cum altero aemulari, Cic.
EMULATION, s. Rivalitas, Cic. ; aemulatio, Nep.
EMULATIVE or EMULOUS, a. JEmulus.
EMULATOR, s. Rivalis, Cic. ; aemulus, Ter.
EMULOUS, a. See EMULATIVE.
EMULSION. *. (In medicine) ; refrigeratorium.
To ENABLE, v.a. Potestatem dare; vires suppeditare.
To ENACT, v.a. I. To perform; exsequi ; perficere;
conficere; praestare ; Cic. II. To decree ; statuere
; constituere ; statutum habere ; sententiam ferre.
pronuntiare; dec-return facere ; Cic.
ENAMEL, s. Encaustum. Enamel of the teeth ; dentium
nitor. . Made of enamel ; encausticus, Mart.
To ENAMEL, v.a. To enamel gold ; encaustum auro
illinere-, pingere, ornare, distiuguere.
ENAMELLER. s. Encaustes, Mart.
To BE ENAMOURED, v. a. In amorem incidere ; amorem
suscipere ; amore capi, Cic.
ENAMOURED, part. a. Amore captus, Cic. Passionately
enamoured ; mulieris vecors, Tac.
To ENCAGE, v. a. Aves in caveam includere, or dare,
Cic. ; custodian tradere. Col.
To ENCAMP, v. n. and a. Castra ponere, facere, Cic. ;
in loco considere, Caes To encamp opposite the enemy's
camp; castra castris conferre, convertere, Caes He
came to encamp before the town; ad urbem admovit,
Curt.
ENCAMPMENT or ENCAMPING, s. Castrorum metatio,
collocatio, or positio.
To ENCAVE. v. a. In cellam subterranearn demittere.
To ENCHAFE. v. a. Alicui aagre facere, Ter. ; molestiam
exhibere, or aspergere ; dolorem commovere ;
aliquem molestia afficere ; Cic.
To ENCHAIN, v.a. Alicui catenas injicere; catenis
constringere ; Cic. ; vincire, Ov. ; religare, Lucr. ;
catenis compescere, Hor. To enchain the hearts ; ad
sui amorem animos illecebris trahere.
To ENCHANT, v. a. I. To bewitch ; fascinare, Cell. ;
incantare, Col. II. To delight in a high degree ;
aliquem suaviter permulcere ; ad se rapere ; illecebris
delmire, or irretire; Cic To enchant your auditors ;
auditores ad magnam admirationem traducere, Cic.
lie enchants the mind by the charms of novelty ; animos
tenet dulci novitate, Ov.
ENCHANTER, s. Magus, Cic. ; sagus, Stat.
ENCHANTINGLY. ad. See CHARMINGLY.
ENCHANTMENT, s. I. Spell; cantio, Cic. ; cantus
magicus, Col. ; fascinatio, Plin To break an enchantment
; incantamenta solvere. II. Delight; raptus,
us, Cic. ; summa admiratio The enchantment ofpleasures
; voluptatum lenocinia, or illecebra.
ENCHANTRESS, s. A sorceress; saga, Cic.; percantatrix,
Plaut.
To ENCHASE, v.a To enchase a precious stone in
gold ; gemmam in pala auro includere, Lucr. To enchase
in a ring ; gemmam annulo aureo addere, Plin.
To ENCIRCLE, v. a. Rem circumdare ; cingere ; ambire
; Cic To encircle with walls ; circumcludere.
To encircle with ditches ; fossis circumdare, Virg.
ENCIRCLET. s. Circulus ; radiatus orbis ; Cic.
To ENCLOSE, v. a. Cingere ; concludere ; includere ;
C'ic. To enclose a .field with a ditch ; agrum fossa
circumdare; Cic To enclose a town with walls;
urbem moenibus sepire, muro cingere, Cic.
ENCLOSURE, s. I. An enclosing ; cinctus; septus ;
circumdatus. II. A space enclosed; septum, Varr. ;
clausum, Col Large enclosure; diffusiora consepta,
Col.
ENCOMIAST, s. Laudator, Hor. ; commendator, Plin.
J. ; celebrator, Mart.
ENCOMIASTIC or ENCOMIASTICAL. a. In laudem ;
laudativus, Quint. ; (laudatorius, Fulgent.).
ENCOMIUM, - s. Panegyricus, Cic. ; panegyrica pratio. To make the encomium of some one ; aliquem illustri
laude celebrare ; alicujus laudes in concione memorare ;
Cic.
To ENCOMPASS, v.a. Rem circumdare; cingere;
arnbire ; Cic.
To ENCORE, v. a. Reposcere.
'.NCOUNTER. s. Occursus, us, Plin. ; duellum, Hor. ; rtamen singulare, or duorum inter se.
I o ENCOUNTER, v. a. and n. I. To meet face to
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ENCOURAGE
fac"; alicui occurrere; aliquem offendere; obvium habere;
in aliquem incidere; incurrere, Cic. II. To
i meet in a hostile manner ; certare ; decertare ; pugnare;
depugnare; Cic. III. To meet by accident ;
invieem occurrere ; utrinque obviam fieri.
To ENCOURAGE, v. a. Alicui animos addere, Cic.,
facere, Liv., augere, Stat. ; alicujus animum erigere,
incendere, inflammare, Cic.
ENCOURAGEMENT, s. Incitamentum.
ENCOURAGES. 5. Hortator, Cic.; fern, hortatrix,
Stat.
To ENCROACH, v. n. Invadere ; occupare ; or, per
vim usurpare ; Cic. To encroach on another's property
; in aliena invadere, Cic . He encroaches on my
rights; jura mea sumit et arrogat sibi, Cic., usurpat,
Liv. ; falcem injicit in messem meam.
ENCROACHMENT or ENCROACHING, s. Boni alien!
alienatio, P. Jet. ; injusta alieni occupatio.
To ENCRUST, v. a. Parietes marmore crustare, Plin. ;
incrustare, Varr.
To ENCUMBER, v.a. Impedire ; onerare.
ENCUMBRANCE. *. Impedimentum.
ENCYCLICAL, a. Encyclical epistles; literae eodem
exemplo in eamdem sententiam ad plurimos script*.
ENCYCLOPAEDIA, s. Encyclos disciplina, Vitr.
END. s. I. Extremity', last part of any thing ; extremum
; extrema pars ; Cic. ; finis ; ter'minatio, Cic.
From end to end ; a calce ad carceres, Cic. ; ab ovo
ad mala, Hor Without end ; infinitus ; immensus.
II. The last particle of any assignable duration, the
cessation of anyaction ; finis; terminus; metalaborum.
The end of the war ; belli confectio, Cic At the
end of the year ; anno extreme, or exeunte, Cic.; anni
extreme, Tac. Before the end of the winter ; ante
exactam hiemem, Ca?s End of a speech; orationis
clausula, finis, exitus, us Death puts an end to our
troubles; mors est laborum quies, Cic. III. Ultimate
state, death; vita? finis. Old age is the end of
life; senectus peractio aetatis est, Cic Such was
Priam's death, end ; base finis Priami fatorum, Virg
To draw towards one's end ; in praecipiti esse, Cic. ;
vitas metam tangere, Ov. He draws towards his end;
suprema illi bora in propinquo est, Cic. To have a
miserable end ; misere perire. IV. Purpose; finis,
Cic To what end ; quern ad finem ? quorsum ? quo ?
Cic This was granted for that end ; illud ea re concessum
est, Cic.
To END. v. a. Finire ; rei finem facere ; rem ad exturn
adducere ; Cic. To end an affair; negotium conficere,
Cic To end the war; bellum componere, Cic.
To end a letter ; epistolam concludere, Cic.
To END. v. n. Desinerej finem habere.
To ENDANGER, v. a. Alicui periculum 'creare,
conflare, intendere, comparare, Cic., facere, Sail. To
endanger one's self; vita?, or mortis, periculum adire,
subire ; mortis periculo se committere ; caput offerre
periculis ; Cic. To endanger one's self for the country's
good ; in periculum capitis atque in vitse discrimen sese
)ro patria inferre, Cic.
To ENDEAR, v. a. Carum reddere ; devincire.
ENDEARING, a. Illecebris irretiens, Cic. ; placens,
Hor.
ENDEARMENT, s. Illecebra ; lenocinium ; blanditiae ;
)landimentum ; inritamentum ; Cic.
ENDEAVOUR.*. Nisus ; conatus, us ; contentio ; Cic.
To ENDEAVOUR, v. n. Conari ; conniti ; eniti ; con-
;endere, Cic. To endeavour that a thing should be done ;
manibus pedibusque omnia facere, Ter.; omnibus viribus
conniti ; omni ope atque opera eniti ut res fiat ; nervos
omnes, or nervis omnibus, in rem, or in re, contendere ;
Cic.
ENDING, s. Finis. Ending of an affair ; negotii
:onfectio; rei exitus, us; Cic Ending of a discourse ;
ionclusio ; peroratio ; Cic.
To ENDITE, INDITE, or ENDICT. v.a. I. To accuse ;
aliquem ad judicem deferre, Cic. II. To compose ;
em alicui dictare, Cic.
ENDITEMENT, or INCITEMENT, or ENDICTMENT. s.
Querimonia; apud judicem expostulatio ; Cic.
ENDIVE, s. A plant ; intubus ; intubum, Plin. ;
chicorium, Plin.
ENDLESS, a. Infinitus ; interminatus ; immensus ;
ENDLESSLY, ad. Infinite; assidue; perpetuo ; sineulla
intermissione ; Cic.
ENDLESSNESS, s. Infinitas, Cic. ; perpetuitas.
To ENDORSE, v. a To endorse a coat of arms ; loriam
induere. To endorse a paper; in aversa pagina
nomen inscribere.
ENDORSEMENT, s. Inscriptum aversae paginae nomen.
ENDORSER, s. Qui in aversa pagina acceptum reulit.
To ENDOW, v. a. I. To portion ; dotem conficere,
Cic. ; dotare, Suet. II. To give rents, enrich; fun-
.are ; ponere ; instituere ; stabilire ; Cic. To endow
allege ; collegium dotare, Plin. ; collegio certos reditus.
issignare, or attribuere.
ENDOWMENT
ENDOWMENT. *. Dotis largitio; annul reditus assignatio.
To ENDUE, v. a. Dotare, Cic. ; re instruere ; augere ;
ornare ; rem in aliquem conferre, congerere, Cic.
ENDURANCE. *. Patientia, Cic. Endurance of hunger,
cold, 8fc. ; patientia famis, frigoris, &c., Cic. Endurance
of pain ; doloris tolerantia, Quint.
To ENDURE, v. a. Ferre ; perferre ; pati ; perpeti ;
Cic. To endure hunger and thirst ; famem sitimque
tolerare, Ov. He has endured all that patiently ; hasc
omnia asquo animo tulit Whom, none can endure;
omnibus insociabilis, Liv.
To ENDURE, v. n. Durare ; manere ; stare ; peretare ;
perdurare ; Plin. ; perannare, Suet.
ENEMY, s. Inimicus ; infensus ; adversaries ; Cic. ;
hostis A professed enemy ; alicui infensissimus, Cic.
A deadly enemy ; hostis capitalis, Cic. To create
enemies to one's tejfj homines a se alienare, Cic.
ENERGETIC, a. Magnam vim habens. Energetic
words; verba significantia, Quint. A CCif v--/,
ENERGETICALLY, ad. Magna vi ; nervose ; consignanter,
Cic. ; significanter.
ENERGY, s. Vis, Cic. Energy of a word; verbi
virtus To speak with energy; nervose dicere, Cic.
Energy of character ; animi robur, Cic.
To ENERVATE or To ENERVE. v. a. Enervare ; debilitare
; frangere ; Cic. To enervate both body and
mind; nervos corporis et mentis frangere, Quint.
ENERVATION or ENERVATING, s. Mollimentum, Sen.
Enervation of habits ; mores lapsi ad mollitiem, Cic.
Enervation of the mind ; animi mollitia, Cic.
To ENFEEBLE, v. a. See To ENERVATE.
To ENFORCE, v. a. I. To compel, constrain ; cogcre
aliquem facere, or ut faciat ; alicui vim inferre.
II. To give strength to ; Srmare, Cic. ; corroborare.
III. To put in act by violence; vi, or per vim, efficere,
facere ; vim adhibere.
To ENFORCE, v. n. Demonstrare ; aperte declarare ;
Cic.
ENFORCEMENT, s. I. Compulsion; vis, Cic. II.
That which gives force to law ; sanctio, Col. ; ratihabitio,
U. Jet. III. Evident proof; probatio firma, U. Jet.
To ENFRANCHISE, v. a. Servos manumittere ; vindicta
liberos facere ; liberare ; Cic To enfranchise some
one ; caput alicui liberum facere, Plaut. ; aliquem donare
libertate ; servitute liberare, Cic.
ENFRANCHISEMENT, s. Manumissio, Cic. ; assertio,
Quint. ; in libertatem vindicatio, Cic.
To ENGAGE, v. a. I. To impawn; rem pignerare,
Suet. ; oppignerare, Cic. ; pignori dare, Plaut. II.
To attack ; rem alicui promittere, or pollicere, Cic. ;
fidem astringere, Ter. III. To induce ; in, or ad, rem
inducere, impellere, Cic He engaged me to go ; is fuit
auctor profectionis meae, Cic. IV. To encounter ;
certamen conserere j proelium inire, Cas.
ENGAGEMENT. *. I. Obligation by contract ; munus.
/ will not fail to fulfil my engagement; meae partes
non desiderabuntur, Cic Break your engagement; abrumpe
si qua te retinent, Plin. II. Encounter ; prcelium
; certamen ; pugna ; Cic. ; dimicatio, Liv.
ENGAGING, a. Illecebrosus ; illecebris trahens, inducens,
irretiens He has engaging manners ; affluens
est omni lepore ac venustate, Cic.
ENGAGINGLY, ad. Comiter ;, humaniter ; Cic.
To ENGENDER, v. a. Generare ; procreare ; gignere ;
parere ; producere ; efficere ; afferre To engender
disease ; morbos efficere, Hirt.
ENGINE, s. Organum ; machinamentum ; Liv. ; machina,
Cic.
ENGINEER, s. Operum inventor ; or, [machinator ;
machinarum artifex ; Liv.
To ENGIRD, v. a. Rem cingere, or circumdare ;
ambire ; includere ; sepire; amplecti.
To ENGORGE, v. a. Devorare, Catull. ; vorare ; absorbere
; Cic. ; demittere in alvum, Virg. To ENGRAPPLE. v. n. Injecta manu ferrea in retentam
hostium navem transcendere, Ca?s., erumpere, Lucr.
To ENGRAVE, v.a (On brass); in aere insculpere ; in
as incidere ; aere caelare ; aere signare ; Plin.
ENGRAVER, s. Sculptor ; collator ; Plin.
ENGRAVING, s. Sculptura ; caelatura ; Quint.
To ENGROSS, v. a. I. To thicken, increase in bulk ;
densare, Virg. ; condensare, Plin. ; spissare, Cels. ; augere,
Cic. II. To fatten; saginare ; opimare ; Col.
III. To copy in a large hand; grandioribus literis
scribere. IV. To forestall ; merces coemptas supprimere,
U. Jet.
ENGROSSER, s. Forestaller ; praevalensmanceps, Plin. ; mercium flagellator ; coemptor ; Juv.
To ENHANCE, v. a. (Annona?) pretium augere, or
accendere, Plin.
ENHANCEMENT or ENHANCING, s. Licitatio, Cic. ; adjectio
; incrementum, Cic. ; auctus, us, Plin.
ENIGMA, s. A riddle ; aenigma, Cic. To explain an
enigma ; aenigma aperire. Plaut., solvere, Juv.
ENIGMATICAL, a. JEnigmati similis ; obscurus ; ambiguosus
; Cell. ; involutus, Cic. ; qui, qua?, quod, ha-
ENIGMATICALLY
bet ambages An enigmatical action ; facti ambages,
Plin.
ENIGMATICALLY, ad. Obscure, Cic.
To ENJOIN, v. a. Alicui rem injungere, praecipere,
imperare, praescribere. Cic. He enjoins them to give
their opinion ; jubet ut sententiam dicant suam, Plaut.
To ENJOY, v.a. I. To obtain fruitionfrom ; refrui ;
or, uti ; re, or rei, potiri, Cic. II. To be delighted with ;
re delectari, or oblectari ; e re voluptatem capere, percipere
; in re se oblectare, Cic.
ENJOYMENT, s. I. Fruition; possessio. II. Pleasure
; gaudium ; voluptas ; Cic. ; delectatio ; delectamentum
; oblectamentum ; Cic The enjoyments of
life ; vitse jucunditas, Cic. ; delinimenta, Tac.
To ENKINDLE, v. a. and 7*. I. To set onfire; inflarnmare;
accendere; incendere; succendere ; Cic. II.
To rouse passions ; motiis animosos accendere, Cic.
III. To incite To enkindle a war; bellum conflare,
Cic., accendere, ciere, Tac., concitare, Caes To enkindle
in the heart a desire of glory ; inflammare animos laudis
amore, Cic. To enkindle another man's wrath ; alicujus
iras stimulis irritare, Virg., accendere, Sil. Ital.,
asperare, Tac. ; iram alicui concitare, Ov.
To ENLARGE, v. a. Extendere ; proferre ; Cic. To
enlarge the empire ; dilatare imperium, Cic.
To ENLARGE, v. n. De re copiose disserere ; multa
verba facere ; fuse lateque dicere, Cic.
ENLARGEMENT. 5. I. Increase; amplificatio. _Enlargement
of a town; urbis incrementum, Liv. II.
Release from confinement ; alicujus e vinculis emissio,
Liv.
To ENLIGHTEN, v. a. Rei illucere, Plaut. ; rem illugtrare,
Hor. ; illuminare, Plin The sun enlightens every
thing ; sol omnia clarissima collustrat To enlighten the
mind, instruct; menti lumen, or facem, prseferre ; ab
animo caliginem dispellere.
To ENLIST, v. a. and n. Milites conscribere, Cic.
To enlist by force ; ad arma cogere ; subigere arma
sequi ; Brut, ad Cic. ; Virg. ; militiae nomen dare, Cic.,
nomen profiteri, Liv.
ENLISTING. *. Militum delectus, us, Cic.
To ENLIVEN, v. a. Animare, Cic. ; mentem per artus
infundere, Virg. ; aliquem excitare ; ad alicujus animos
incendere ; Cic.
ENMITY, s. fciimicitiae, arum ; simultas ; Cic There
is enmity between the two ; flagrant inter se mutuo odio,
Plin.
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To ENNOBLE, v. a. In patriciorujn ordinem cooptare,
Cic. ; ordini patricio adscribere, Hor. ; illustrare ; nobilitare
; splendorem alicui afferre, Cic.
ENNOBLEMENT, s. In nobilis cooptatio, Liv.
ENORMITY or ENORMOUSNESS. s. Sceleris atrocitas, or
immanitas, Cic.
ENORMOUS, a. Immanis ; inusitatae magnitudinis, Cic. ;
enormis, Plin. Enormous crime; immane facinus ;
scelus atrox, Cic.
ENORMOUSLY, ad. Extra, or praeter modum, Cic. ;
supra modum, Virg. ; enormiter, Plin.
ENOUGH, ad. Satis; sat; abunde ; Cic Enough
money; satis magna pecunia, Cic He was learned
enough for a Roman ; multae ut in homine Romano literae,
Cic Enough for that time ; ut temporibus illis, Cic.
To ENRAGE, v. a. Urere ; excruciare ; ad insaniam
adigere ; Ter.
To BE ENRAGED, v. n. Rabidum fieri ; rabie inflammari,
Plin.
To ENRAPTURE, To ENRAPT, or To ENRAVISH. v. a.
Rapere ; abripere ; Cic.
ENRAVISHMENT. s. Summa admiratio; defixus in
contemplatione animus, Plin. J. ; or, gestientis animi
elatio ; animi in laetitia effusio ; Cic.
To ENRICH, v. a. I. To make rich ; locupletare,
Cic. ; ditare, Liv. ; divitiis augere ; alicujus fortunam
amplificare; Cic. II. To adorn; exornare ; illustrare
To enrich a temple with valuable paintings ;
locupletare templum egregiis picturis, or tabulis.
To ENROLL, v. a. Conscribere ; in tabulas referre.
ENROLLER. s. Qui milites conscribit ; conquisitor ; Cic.
ENROLMENT, s. Praescriptio, Cic.
ENS, ENTITY, s. Ens is mentioned by Quintilian, as
having been sometimes used, but is not found in good
writers ; Cicero always expresses its meaning by a circumlocution.
ENSAMPLE. s. See EXAMPLE.
To ENSANGUINE, v. a. Sanguine respergere, Catull.,
inficere, Hor. ; cruentare, Cic.
To ENSCONCE, v. a. Rem tegere ; contegere ; operire
; Cic. ; cooperire ; Liv. ; velare ; occultare ; abscondere
; Cic.
To ENSEAR. v. a. Alicui caustico lapide, or cauterico,
plagam inurere.
To ENSHIELD. v. a. Aliquem tegere, defendere, ac
protegere ; tueri ; praesidio tutari ; Cic To enshield
innocence ; innocentiaa esse praesidio ; pro innocentibus
propugnare; Cic.
To ENSHRINE, v. a. Divi reliquias capsa? includere.
ENSIGN. . .1. A flag or standard; signum millENSIGN-
BEARER
tare; ^xillum ; Cic. \\.Badge; signum ; indicium;
argumentum ; Cic. III. An officer of foot ; signifer,
Cic. ; vexillarias, Liv.
ENSIGN-BEARER, s. Signifer, Cic.
To ENSLAVE, v. a. In servitudinem dare, Cic., or addicere,
Liv.; injungere, adducere, or asserere, in servitutem,
Caes.
ENSLAVEMENT, s. Servitus, Cic.; servitudo, Liv.;
servitium, Virg, ; servile jugum, Cic.
To ENSUE, v. a. Sequi, Cic. ; consectari, Ter.
To ENSUE, v. n. Sequi It ensues from that ; inde
sequitur ; ex eo conficitur ; inde consequens est ; Cic.
To ENSURE, v. a. Praestare ; spondere ; Cic To
ensure a ship ; de navigii onere spondere ; see To INSURE,
INSURANCE.
ENTABLATURE or ENTABLEMENT, s. ( In architecture) ;
coronis, Mart. ; lorica, Vitr.
To ENTAIL, v. a. (A law term.) Aliquem pro altero,
or in locum alterius, substituere, or sufficere ; reponere;
Cic.; Liv.
To ENTANGLE, v. a. Convolvere, Virg. ; circumplicare,
Cic. ; involvere ; circumvolvere ; iutorquere ;
ENTANGLEMENT, s. Confusio ; perturbatip ; Cic.
To ENTER, v. n. Locum, or in locum, ingredi ; intrare
; in locum introire ; aliquo pedem, or se, inferre ;
Cic To enter the house ; domum inire, Plaut To
enter on a business ; ttegotio se implicare.
To ENTER, v. a. 1. To come, or to go, into a place.
To enter a town ; in urbem vi cum exercitu invadere,
Cic. II. To engage in, admit / enter into your
views ; satis probatur mihi tua sententia. III. To set
down in a writing ; nomen alicujus in album referre,
Cic.
ENTERPRISE. 5. Facinus ; opus ; Cic. An important
enterprise ; magna rerum molimina, Ov. A very
bold enterprise ; audacissimum facinus, Caes It was not
a trifling enterprise; magni operis erat, Curt. ; magnse
molis erat, Virg.
To ENTERPRISE, v. a. Suscipere ; attentare ; aggredi
; adoriri ; moliri ; Cic.
ENTERPRISER, s. Qui magna molitur, aggreditur, suscepit.
ENTERPRISING, a. In suscipiendo audax, Cie. ; magnis
ausis promptus, Tac Very enterprising; multa
et magna moliens. Too enterprising ; projectus ad
audendum, Cic.
To ENTERTAIN, v, a. I. To talk with ; cum aliquo
sermonem habere, or sermones conferre, Cic. ; colloquia
serere ; colloqui, Liv.; sermocinari, Cic. II.
To treat at table; aliquem apparatis epulis excipere,
Liv. To entertain sumptuously ; conquisitis epulis
alicui mensam instruere, Cic. ; epulas largius apparare ;
Liv. III. To give a hospitable reception ; comiter accipere,
Plaut. ; excipere benigno vultu, Liv To entertain
well or kindly ; accipere bene, amice, humane, Cic.
IV. To reserve in the mind. To entertain great hopes ;
spes magnas fovere animo He entertains a great dislikefor
work ; laboris satietas eum cepit, Ter. V. To
amuse ; detinere, Cic To entertain with agreeable
stories; jucundis fabulis animum occupare, oblectare,
delectare, alicui delectationem afferre, Cic.
ENTERTAINING, a. Qui habet oblectationem. Cic He
is very entertaining ; multa in homine jucunditas, Cic.
An entertaining conversation ; sermo lepore et festivitate
conditior, Cic.
ENTERTAINMENT, s. I. Conversation; sermo; colloquium;
Cic. II. Treatment at table ; opipara ccena,
Plaut. ; apparatas epulaa, Liv. ; convivium opipare apparatum,
Cic. III. Amusement ; otiosa occupatio, Plin.
To ENTHRONE, v. a. In regno collocare, Cic.
ENTHRONING, s. Alicujus in solium collocatio.
ENTHUSIASM, s. Divinus instinctus, us ; divina mentis
mcitatio.
ENTHUSIAST, s. Fanaticus, Cic. ; lymphaticus, Plin.;
nimius rerum admirator, Quint.
ENTHUSIASTIC or ENTHUSIASTICAL. a. Acer; vehejoens
; ardens.
ENTHUSIASTICALLY, ad. Acriter ; vehomenter ; ardenter.
ENTHYMEME. s. Enthymema, Quint.
To ENTICE, v. a. Seducere, Ter. ; in malum inducere
; in fraudem illicere.
ENTICEMENT, s. I. An alluring to ill; corrupted ;
fraudatio, Cic. ; incitatio ; impulsio, Cic. ; instigatio.
II. PI., Allurements ; blanditiae ; illecebrae ; Cic. ; mvitamenta
; incitamenta The hope ofimpunity is a powerful
enticement to commit crimes ; impunitatis spes maxima
est illecebra peccandi, Cic.
ENTICER. s. Impulsor ; stimulator ; Cic. ; instinctor,
Tac. ; corruptor, Cic. ; fern, corruptrix.
ENTICINGLY, ad. Illecebrose.
ENTIRE, a. I. Undivided, complete in its parts ; integer
; totus ; Cic An entire hour ; hora Integra, or
solida, Hor An entire year ; solidus annus. An entire
victory ; vera et sine exceptione victoria, Flor.
II. Hearty, faithful, firm ; simplex; candidus ; aper-
ENTIRELY
tus ; Cic. ; fidus ; fidelis, Cic. ; verus ; sincerus ; ffrmus ;
stabilis ; constans ; Cic.
ENTIRELY, ad. I. Completely, fully; plane; omnino
; cumulate ; prorsus ; penitus ; in totum ; ex toto.
II. Faithfully; firme ; fideliter; Cic.
ENTIRENESS. s. Universitas ; perfectio, Cic Entireness
of a work ; operis consummatio, Cic.
To ENTITLE, v. a. l\. To give a name to (a book) ;
librum inscribere, Cic. II. To give a claim to ; auctoritatem
et jus tribuere.
To ENTOMB, v. a. Mortuum humare, or humo tegere,
Cic., mandare, Virg. ; corpus terrae reddere, Cic. ;
sepulchro condere, Ov.
ENTRAILS, s. pi. Viscera ; intestina, Cic. ; iinteranea,
orum, Col. ; praecordia, Virg. Entrails of the .earth ,-
terrae cavernae, Cic., viscera, Ov.
ENTRANCE, s. Aditus ; introitus, us ; Caes. Tofori
an entrance to some one ; alicui aditum loci praecludere
; aliquem excludere.
To ENTRAP, v. a, I. To ensnare; dolis decipere,
Plaut. To allow one's self to oe entrapped ; in transennam
induci, Plaut. II. To involve in difficulties ; alicui
impedimento esse ; officere.
To ENTREAT, v. a. Alicui supplicare, supplicem esse ;
aliquem orare supplicibus verbis, Cic., suppliciter, Liv.
/ entreat you ; oro te atque obtestor, Liv.
To ENTREAT, v. n. Loqui ; voces mittere ; causam
dicere pro aliquo]; Cic.
ENTREATY, s. 'Deprecatio; supplex obsecratio; Cic.
ENTRY, s. I. Approach ; aditus, us. II. A regis~
tering ; inscriptio, Virg. To make an entry ; in codicem,
L
or in tabulas, referre.
To ENTWINE, v. a. Convolvere, Virg. ; circumpli.
care, Cic. ; involvere ; circumvolvere ; intorquere ; Col.
To ENTWIST. v. a. Funiculos invicem implicare;
laqueis implicare, or irretire ; illaqueare ; Hor.
To ENUCLEATE, v. a. (An affair); rei lucem afferre,
or lumen adhibere ; rem dilucidare ; Cic To enucleate.
what is obscure; obscura illustrare, Cic.
To ENVELOP, v. a. To inwrap ; rem re involvere,
Cic., obvolvere, Hor., tegere, Cic. To envelop truth
withfictions ; vera fictis involvere.
To ENVENOM, v.a. Veneno inficere, or imbuere, Cic.
To envenom a wound; vulnus intectare, Cels To
envenom the words and actions of another ; alterius
dictis factisve virus aspergere, Virg. To envenom
another man's mind ; alterius animum exasperare ; exacerbare,
or exulcerare, Cic.
ENVIABLE, a. Invidendus, Hor.
ENVIOUS, a. Invidus, Cic With an envious eye',
obliquo oculo, Hor.
ENVIOUSLY, ad. Ex invidia, Plin.
To ENVIRON, v. a. See To ENCOMPASS.
To ENUMERATE, v. a. Enumerare, Cic. ; recensere,
Co!. See To NUMBER, RECKON.
ENUMERATION, s. Recensio ; enumeratio ; Cic.
To ENUNCIATE. D. a. Enuntiare ; signiflcare ; Cic. ,
edicere, Ter To enunciate the truth ; vera edisserere,
Virg.
ENUNCIATION, s. Enuntiatio, Cic.
ENUNGIATIVE. a. Enuntiativus, Sen.
ENVOY, s. A foreign minister below an ambassador ;
nuntius, Cic.
To ENVY. v. a. and n. Alicui invidere; aemulari;
Cic. To envy another man's prosperity ; alienae fortunae
aemulari, Cic. ; alterius commoda obliquo oculo limare,
Hor.
ENVY. s. Invidia ; livor ; Cic To be the object ofenvy ;
invidia ardere ; circumflari ab omnibus invidiae ventis ;
Cic. To excite envy towards another man ; alteri invidiam
conflare ; aliquem in invidiam trahere ; Cic.
EPACT. s. Epactaa, arum, pi., Isid.
EPAULET, s. Humerale, Plin.
EPHEMERAL or EPHEMERIC. a. Diurnus, Cic. ; fluxus,
Sail. ; fugitivus. An ephemeralflower; flos brevis, Plin.
EPHEMERIS. s. 1. Journal; ephemeris ; diurnum
commentarium ; Cic. II. (In astronomy) ; ephemerides,
pi., Plin.
EPIC. a. Epicus. An epic poem ; carmen epicum,
Quint. ; epos, Hor.
EPICURE, s. Epicurus. A true epicure ; Epicuri de
grege porcus, Hor.
EPICUREAN, a. Voluptati deditus, Ter. ; voluptarius,
Cic. ; voluptuosus, Plin.
EPICURISM, s. Epicuri doctrina ; Epicuri mores.
EPIDEMIC or EPIDEMICAL, a. Quod per homines grassatur.
EPIDERMIS, s. (With surgeons) ; cuticula, Pers. ;
summa cutis, Curt.
EPIGRAM, s. Epigramma.
EPIGRAMMATIC or EPIGRAMMATICAL. a. Quod epigramma
redolet ; epigrammaticus.
EPIGRAMMATIST. *. Epigrammatum scriptor.
EPILEPSY, s. A disease ; comitialis, or sonticus, morbus.
EPILEPTIC, a. Quod ad sonticum morbum pertmet.
An epileptic patient ; comitialis, Plin.
EPILOGUE
EPILOGUE. s. Epilogus; conclusio ; clausula; Cic.
EPIPHANY, s. Epiphania, a: ; epiphania, orum, pi.
EPISCOPACY, s. Episcopatus, Os ; episcopate munus.
EPISCOPAL, a. Episcopalis.
EPISODE, s. Adventitia narratio j res extra argumentum
assumpta.
EPISODIC or EPISODICAL, a. Persona adventitia.
EPISTLE, s. Epistola ; literse ; Cic.
EPISTOLARY.. . Epistelaris, Mart. ; ad epistolas
pertinens Epistolary style; stylus conscribendis epistolis
aptus.
EPITAPH, s. Epitaphium, Varr. ; epigramma, Cjc. ;
inscriptum tumulo elogium, Suet.
EPITHALAMICM. *. Carraeu nuptiale, connubiale,
Claud., sociale, Ov.
EPITHET, s. Epithetum.
EPITOME, s. Epitome, Cic. ; summarium, Sen.
To EPITOMISE, v. a. Coarctare ; contrahere ; adstringere
et in angustum adducere ; Cic>
EPITOMISER or EPITOMJST. s. Kpitomae scriptor.
EPOCH or EPOCHA. s. Epocha.
EPODE. s. Epodus, Quint.
EPOPEE, s. Epos.
EPULATION. s. Epulse, arum, pi. ; epulum ; epulatio ;
convivium ; Cic.
EQUABLE, a. See EQUAL.
EQUAL, s.. I. Even, like; aequalis ; par, is; Cic.
An equal division of spoil ; aequabilis praedae partitio,
Cic. II. Equitable ; aequus. III. Consistent, uniform
; sibi constans ; aequabilis ; unius modi ; unus ; Cic.
EQUAL, s. Par He has not his equal for talents;
extra omnem ingenii aleam positus est, Plin. To treat
between equals ; ut pro pari loqui, Veil.
EQUALISATION, s. Partium aequa distributio.
To EQUALISE, v. a. Rei portiones exaequare. To
equalise the ground; solum exaequare, or complanare,
EQUALITY, s. .Squalitas, Cic. ; exaequatio, Liv
Equality of motion ; motus a?quabilitas, Cic Equality
qf weight ; aequipondium, Vitr Equality of conduct j
universae vitae zequabilitas, Cic.
EQUALLY, ad. ^Equaliter ; aequabiliter ; a?que ; pari.
ter , Cic. ; ex aequo, Tac To divide equally ; aequabiliter
dispertire.
EQUANIMITY, s. .ZEquanimitas.
EQUANIMOUS. a.. Animus aequus, Cic.
EQUATION, s. (In algebra) ; aequamentum, Ter.
EQUATOR, s. Circulus aequinoctialis, Varr.
EQUERRY, s. A master of the horse ; armiger ; equorum
gubernator ; Cic.
EQUESTRIAN, a. Equester ; or, equestris ; Cic.
EQUIDISTANT, a. Pari intervallo, Caes. : (squidistans,
Marc. Cap.).
EQUILATERAL, a. Equilateral triangle ; trigonum
paribus lateribus, Vitr. ; triangulum aequis lateribus,
EQUILIBRIUM, s. JEquilibritas, Cic. ; aequilibrium,
Sen. ; par momentum ; pondus ; Cic. ; pondera, pi.,
Hor.
EQUINOCTIAL, a. ^Equinoctialis, Plin.
EQUINOX. 5. JEquinoctium, Col.
To EQUIP, v. a. Rebus omnibus instruere. To equip
a soldier; militem armare, or armis instruere, or adornare,
Caes. : (a ship) ; navem adornare, or instruere ; armare,
Cass., adornare, Liv. ; navigium instruere armamentis,
Col.: (a fleet); classem ornare, Cic., aediticare,
Nep.
EQUIPAGE, s. Instrumentum, Cic. Equipage of
war ; instrumentum belli, Cic.
EQUIPMENT, s. Navium ornamenta, armamenta, Col.
EQUIPOISE. s. See EQUILIBRIUM.
To EQUIPOISE, v. a. Rem cum altera campensare,
Cic. ; aequare ; adaequare ; Cic.
EQUIPOLLENT, a. See EQUIVALENT.
EQUIPONDERANCE. s. JEquiponderium, Vitr.
EQUITABLE, a. JEquus, Cic. Very equitable ; aequi
servantissimus, Virg.
EQUITABLY, ad. Ex aequo, Ter ; aeque, Sen.
EQUITY, s. ^Equitas ; aequum. Contrary to equity ;
praeter aequum et bonum, Cic. To judge with equity;
rem aequa lance pensitare, Plin.
EQUIVALENT, s. Res aequalis pretii.
EQUIVALENT, a. Par ;; aequalis.
EQUIVOCAL, a. Ambigirus ; anceps An equivocal
word ; vox duplicem habens intellectum, Quint.
EQUIVOCALLY, ad. Ambigue, Cic.
EQUIVOCALNESS or EQUIVOCATION. s. Verbum ambig.
uum ; ambiguitas ; ex .ambiguo dictum ; Cic. ; ambigua
vox, Virg.
To EQUIVOCATE, v. n. Ambigue, or ex ambiguo, loqui,
.Ck. ; verbis ambiguis uti ; ludere in verbis ambiguis.
ERADICATION, s. Radicatio, Plin. ; litura, Cic.
To ERADICATE, v. a. Exstirpare ; radicitus tollere ;
^tirpitus evellere; Cic. To eradicate vices ; vitia ex-
.stirpare.
ERADICATION or ERADICATING, s. Exstirpatio, Col.
UG
ERADICATIVE
EUADICATIVE. a, (In physic) ; quod morbum radicltus
exstirpat.
To ERASE, v. a. I. To rub out; expungere, Plaut. ;
delere; litura tollere; Cic. II. To destroy; destruere.
To erase a building ; destruere aedificiurr. ;
aades demoliri ; domum diruere ; Cic. (A town) ; urbem evertere, Cic.
ERASURE. . I. Rubbing out ; litura, Cic,; rasura,
Col. II. Destruction; excidium; eversio; excieio ;
ERE. ad. Antequam ; priusquam ; Cic.
To ERECT, v.a. Tollere; attollere ; erigere ; ic.
To erect a statue ; statuam alicui ponere, locare, or
collocare,, Cic., tollere, excitare, Cic.
ERECT, a. Rectus ; directus ; ad perpendicuLum
exactus ; Cic.
ERECTION or ERECTING, s. Elatio ; levatio; Vitr.
Erection of a wall ; muri in majorem altitudinem exstructio
Erection of mind ; animi altitude, amplitude,
or excelsitas.
ERELONG, ad. Mox ; statim j jam; Cic.; hrevi,
Liv. ; brevi tempere, Cic,
EREMITE, s. Solitarius ; solitudinis incola; eremi
cultor.
ERMINE, s. An animal; mus ponticus, HermoJ. ;
mustcla alba.
To ERR. . n. I. To ramble ; errare ; vagari ;
Cic. II. To mistake ; errare; in re, in errorem, labi,
induci ; errore teneri ; in errore versari ; allucinajri ;
Cic.
ERBAND. s. Mandatura. To have an errand from
one person to another ; mandata ab aliquo ad .alterum
habere, deferre.
ERRANT, a. Erraticus, Cic. ; errabundus, Liv. ; vagus,
Sen.
ERRATIC, a. Erraticus ; yagus ; Sen.
ERRATUM, s. Erratum ; menda ; Cic.
ERRONEOUS, a. Errori affinis. An.erroneous opinion ;
errans opinio.
ERRONEOUSLY, ad. Falso, Ter,. ; false, Cic.
ERRONEOUSNESS. s. Animus mendax ; rnendacitas:
Tert.
ERROR, s. I. Mistake ; error; falsa opinio ; allucinatio
; Cic. An error in calculation falsa computatio.
II. Irregular course ; vitadevia.
ERST. ad. I. First; primo ; primum. II. At
first; primulum, Ter. , initio ; principio ; Cic. HI.
Formerly ; quondam, Cic.
ERUBESCENCE or ERUBESCENCY. *. Rubor candore
mistus, Cic.
ERUBESCENT, a. Subruber, Cels. ; subrubicundus,
Plin. ; rubicundus, Juv.
To ERUCT. v. n. Ructare ; eructare ; Cic.
ERUCTATION, s. Ructus, us, Cic.
ERUDITE, a. Eruditus. Very erudite; pereruditus ;
omni doctrina ornatissimus.
ERUDITION. 5. Multa doctrina, Cic A man of great
erudition; homo pneclara eruditione atque doctrina.
ERUGINOUS. a. ^rugini cancolor.
ERUPTION. *. Eruptio, Plin.
ERYSIPELAS, s. A disease of the skin; erysipelas,
Cels.
ESCALADE, s. Scalis admotis in muros irruptio ;
scalarum ad mcenia applicatio, or admotio, Caes.
To ESCAPE, v. a. Periculum vitare, effugere., or
declinare, Cic To escape death ; mortis effugium
assequi, Cic Escape punishment if you can ; pcenam
si potes subterfugito, Cic.
To ESCAPE, v. n. E periculo se educere, or expedire;
evolare, Cic. To escape from a wreck; e naufragio
enatare, Vitr To escape naked from the fire ; ex incendio
nudum effugere, Cic To escape from the hands
of .the enemy ; e manibus hostium evadere, Cic To
escape from prison ; subducere se custodiae, Sen. ; e
custodia evadere, Quint.
ESCAPE. 5. Fuga.
ESCHALOT, s. Caepa setania, Plin. ; ascalonla.
ESCORT, s. Praesidium Good escort; firmum presidium,
Cic.
To ESCORT, v . a. Fraesidii, or custodiae, causa comitare
To escort the spoil; praedae subsidio .esse, Caes.
ESCUTCHEON or SCUTCHEON, s. (In heraldry) ; i.e. The
picture of armorial ensigns ; scutum gentilitium.
ESPALIER, s. (In gardening) ; arbuscula expassa et
horti parietibus applicita.
ESPECIAL, a. Praacipuus ; principals ; Cic. ; potissimus,
Suet. Especial care ; cura potissima, Stat.
ESPECIALLY, ad. Maxime ; praecipue ; praesertim ; in
primis ; Cic.
ESPLANADE. . JEquata.planities, Cic.
ESPOUSALS, s. S.ponsalia, Cic. The day of espousals ;
sponsalis dies, Varr.
To ESPOUSE, v. a. I. To marry a wife ; uxoremducere,
Ter. ; sibi adjungere, Cic. ; cum aliqua conjugium
inire, Ov. II. To adopt; alicujus partes complecti, or
fovere, Tac.
To ESPY. v. a. and . Asservare, Ter. ; observare ;
ESQUIRE
gpeculari ; Caes To espy the enemies ; hosteg explorare,
Caes.
ESQUIRE. *. Armiger.
To ESSAY, v. a. Rem tentare ', periclitari ; experiri ;
rei periculum facere. To essay a remedy ; medicamentuni
usu.explorare, Cels.
ESSAY, s. Tentamentum ; experimentum ; Cic.
ESSENCE, s. I. The nature of any tiling ; rei natura,
Cic. ; essentia, Quint. II. Perfume ; succus defecatissimus
vi ignis expresses ; liquidi odores ; Hor.
ESSENTIAL, a. Magni momenti, or ponderis, Cic.
To render an essential service to some one; egregiam
operam alicui dare, Cic.
ESSENTIAL, s. I. Essence; essentia. II. The
chiefpoint ; rei caput ; quod in re est praecipuum, Cic.
ESSENTIALLY, ad. Firmiter ; natura.
To ESTABLISH, v. a. 1. To settle, make fvrm ; rem
stabilire, Cic. ; rem fixam et stabilem reddere, or efficere
; rei stabilitatem dare, Cic. II. To found; fundare
; ponere ; instituere ; stabilire ; Cic.
ESTABLISHMENT, s. I. Confirmation; approbatio;
comprobatio ; Cic. ; ratihabitio, U. Jet. II. Form of
government; imperium; regnum; respublica; Cic.
III. Fundamental principle ; basis, Cic,
ESTATE, s. I. Condition ; vitae genus ; institutum ;
conditio ; Cic. II. Fortune ; fortuna ; fortunes ; res ;
Cic A man of estate ; homo repentinus, Cic. ; fortunae
filius, Hor. ; a se ortus, Cic. ; ex humili potens, Hor.
III. Rank, quality ; ordo.
To ESTEEM, v. a. I. To set value upon ; zestimare ;
rei eestimationem habere ; pretium constituere. To
esteem any thing at the double of its value ; rem dimidio
carius asstimare, Cic. II. To think ; reri ; arbitrari ;
existimari. They esteem that to be very honourable ; id
sibi amplissimtun ducunt, Cic.
ESTEEM, s. Existimatio; fama ; opinio ; Cic.
Worthy of esteem ; eestimatione dignus, Cic.
ESTIMABLE, a. JEstimabilis (speaking of things only),
Cic. : {Estimatione dignus, Cic. ; commendabilis, Col.
To ESTIMATE, v. a. I. To rate ; aestimare ; putare
aliquo in numero, Cic. To estimate a thing highly ; rem
magno aestimare, Cic To estimate a person very highly ;
aliquem plurimi facere ; maximi putare ; magno in natr.
ero habere, Cic. II. To calculate ; supputare ; rationem
putare ; Plaut. ; calculos subducere. Cic.
ESTIMATE, s. I. Computation; computatio, Plin.
II. Valuation; aestimatio, Cic.
ESTIMATION, s. JEstimatio, Cic. ; computatio, Pliu. ;
existimatio, Cic.
ESTIMATOR.*. Rei aestimator ; existimator; Cic.
ESTRADE. s. Via ; suggestus, us ; Cic. ; suggestum,
Plin.
To ESTRANGE, v. a. Alienare ; abalienare ; Cic To
estrange two friends ; amicorum voluntatem disjungere,
Cic. To estrangefather and son ; disjungere filium ab
amicitia patris.
ESTRANGEMENT, s. Alienatio; disjunctio. Estrangement
of mind; amentia ; insanitas, Cic.
ESTUARY, s. An arm of the sea, or themouth of a lake
or river in which the tide reciprocates ; angustiae ; fauces ;
freturn ; Cic.
ETERNAL, a. JEternus ; sempiternus ; Cic Eternal
glory ; sempiterna gloria, Cic. Eternal hatred; immortale
odium, Cic.
To ETERNALISE or ETERNISE, v. a. .Sternum facere ;
cum aeternitate eequare ; Cie. ; arternitati mandare ;
donare aliquem aeternitate ; Plin. To eternalise one's
name ; laudem suam ad sempiternam memoriam commendare,
Cic. ; in secula ire, Plin.
ETERNALLY, ad. I. From eternity ; ex aeterno ternpore;
ab omni aeternitate, Cic. II. To eternity ; in
setcrnurn. III. Always ; semper.
ETERNITY, s. ^Eternitas ; sempiternum tempus ; Cic. ;
immortale aevum.
ETHIC or ETHICAL, a. Moralis ; (ethicus, Cell.).
ETHICS, s. Philosophia moralis ; philosophiae pars
moralis, or de moribus ; Cic. ; ethica, Quint.
ETHNIC. a.,s. See HEATHEN.
ETYMOLOGICAL, a. Ad notationem verborum pertinens.
ETYMOLOGIST, s. Etymorum indagator ; qui unde
verba ducta sint exquirit,"Cic.
To ETYMOLOGIZE, v. n. Unde verba sint ducta exquirere,
Cic.
ETYMOLOGY, s. Etymon, Varr. ; notatio, Cic. ; verbi
origo ; etymologia ; Quint.
To EVACUATE, v. a. Evacuare ; exinanire ; Plin. ;
egerere, Varr. ; emlttere To evacuate a place ; de
loco praesidia deducere.
EVACUATION, s. Detractio, Plin. ; Vitr. ; egestus, us,
Sen ; egestio, Plin. J.
To EVADE, v. a. Eludere ; subterfugere ; Cic To
evade a law ; legi fraudem facere, Cic. Having evaded
the vigilance of his guards ; frustratis custodibus, Veil.
To EVADE, v. n. Subterfugere ; evadere ; aufugere.
To evade from the town ; urbe elabi.
EVANESCENT, a. Evanidus, Ov. ; fluxus.
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EVANGELICAL
EVANGELICAL, a. Evangelicus. According to the
Gospel ; evangelii praeceptis consonus.
To EVANGELIZE, v. a. Dei verbum, or evangelium,
praedicare ; ad fidem Christianam vocare.
To EVAPORATE, v. . In vapores solvi.abfre. evanescere.
To EVAPORATE, v. a. Dissipare ; dispergere ; Cic.
To evaporate anger by complaint ; querendo bilem effundere,
Juv.
EVAPORATION, s. Evaporatio, Sen. ; vaporatio, Plin.
EVASION, s. Fuga ; effugium ; diverticulum ; tergiversatio
; Cic.
EVASIVE, a. Ad eludendum aptus. An evasive answer
; responsuni ambiguum, Cic.
EUCHARIST, s. Eucharistia.
EUCHARISTICAL. a. Quod ad eucharistiam pertinet.
EVE. s. Vigilia, Plaut. ; pervigilium, Liv.
EVE or EVEN. s. Vesper ; or, vesperus ; Cic. ; vespera,
Liv. ; Tespertinum tempus, Cic.
EVEN. a. I. Level, uniform} planus ; aequus et
planus ; Cic. ; complanatus, Cato ; aequatus, Virg
Even road ; via plana, or inofltensa, Ov. ; Mart. Even
style ; aequabile orationis genus ; dicendi aequabilitas ;
Cic. II. Parallel to ; asqualitas To be on even terms
with another person ; aequo et pari jure vivere cum aliquo.
III. Not odd; par An even number; numerus
par To play at even or odd; par impar ludere.
EVEN, contr. E'EN. ad. Similiter ; pariter ; non alitcr ;
non secus ; eodem modo Even as ; quemadmodum ;
sicut ; sicuti ; non secus ac.
To EVEN. v. a. Solum exaequare, or complanare, Cic.
To even the portions ; rei portiones exaequare.
EVEN-HANDED, a. A studio partium alienus ; aequus.
To be even-handed ; neminem eximium habere, Ter.
EVENING, s. Vesper. .It was evening ; vesper erat,
Liv. Towards evening ; vesperi ; or,vespere ; sub vesperum
; ad vesperam ; Cic. ; prima vespera, Liv. ; die
labente, Hor. ; vesperascente, Tac. ; ubi ccepit advesperascere,
Plin. J. ; primis se intendentibus tenebris,
Liv.
EVENLY, ad. JEqualiter ; aequabiliter ; aeque :, pariter ;
Cic. ; ex aequo, Tac. To divide evenly ; aequaliter dispertire,
Cic.
EVENNESS, s. I. State of being even, levelness ;
aequalitas. II. Regularity ; (of motion) ; motus aequabilitas,
Cic. : (of weight); ajquipondium, Vitr. III.
Impartiality; animus a studio partium alienus. IV.
Calmness; serenitas, Cic. ; hilaritas Evenness of the
mind; animi tranquillitas.
EVENT, s. Eventus, us, Cic. A deplorable event;
gravis casus et miserabilis Uncertain event ; incertus
exitus, us, Cic.
To EVENTERATE. v. a. Evisccrare, Virg. ; exenterare,
Just. ; intestina eximere, Plin.
EVENTFUL, a. Fatalis.
To EVENTILATE. v. a. I. To winnow ; frumentum
ventilare, or ventilatione purgare, Plin. ; triticum vacuare,
Varr.; frumentum flatu excernere, Col., or ventilabris
subjactare, Varr. II. To discuss; accurate
considerare ; diligenter perpendere, or examinare ; Cic.
EVENTUAL, a. Ad rei exitum, or eventum, pertinens.
EVENTUALLY, ad. Refinita.
EVER. ad. Semper; perpetuo ; Cic. Forever; in
perpetuum ; ad perpetuitatem ; in omne tempus ; Cic.
EVERGREEN, a. Sempervivus ; semper florens.
EVERLASTING, a. See ETERNAL.
EVERLASTINGLY, ad. See ETERNALLY.
EVER-LIVING, a. Immo.talis, Cic. An ever-living
memory ; cujus perennis est memoria.
EVERMORE, ad. In aeternum ; in aevum sempiternum
; semper.
To EVERT, v. a.. Prosternere, Sail. ; dejicere, Liv. ;
evertere ; disturbare ; affligere, Cic.
EVERSION. s. Erersio ; disturbatio ; demolitio.
Eversion of the laws ; legum dissolutio, Cic. Eversion
of the state ; reipublicaj eversio, Cic.
EVERY, a. Quisque, quaeque, quodque, or quidque.
Every day ; singulis diebus, Cic Every fifth day ;
quinto quoque die, Cic To write what occurs every
year ; res omnes singulorum annorum literis mandare,
Cic.
EVERYWHERE, ad. Passim ; ubique ; vulgo. It is
everywhere said ; ubique dicitur.
EVERY-WHIT. ad. Omnino.
EAVES-DROPPER, s. Auscultator.
To EVICT, v. a. I To dispossess of by a sentence of
law ; ab aliquo rem evincere, Dig., vindrcare, Cic.
II. To evince ; see To EVINCE.
EVICTION, s. Evictio, U. Jet.
EVIDENCE. I. The state of being evident ; evidentia.
II. Testimony; signum ; sigmficatio ; testificatio ;
Cic. III. A witness ; testis, Cic. A good evidence;
testis locuples, idoneus, integer, incorruptus, Cic.
To EVIDENCE, v. a. In lucem proferre ; in apertum
conjicere ; Cic.
EVIDENT, a. Evidens ; mamfestus ; clarus ; pei spicuus
; Cic. Nothing more evident; nihil hoc evidentius ;
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EVIDENTLY
hoc luce meridiana clarius est v Cic. Thedanger is evident;
ante oculos proppsitum est periculum, Cic.
EVIDENTLY, ad. Evidenter, Liv. ; clare ; perspicue ;
manifeste ; liquido ; manifesto ; Cic.
EVIL. a. Malus ; malignus ; improbus ; Cic. An
evil man ; homo nequam et improbus, Cic.
EVIL. s. Malum ; detrimentum j incommodum ; pernicies
; calamitas ; Cic.
EVIL. ad. Male ; non recte ; perperam j perverse ;
Cic To speak evil of another ; alteri male loqui,
Cic.
EVILDOER. *. Vir maleficus ; scelestus ; sceleratus ;
facinorosus ; nequam ; nefarius ; Cic.
EVILMINDED. a. Mlevolus To be evilminded towards
any one; male de aliquo cogitare, Cic. ; in aliquem
esse animo alieno, or male affecto.
EVIL-SPEAKING, s. Maledictio, Cic. ;. alienee laudis
obtrectatio, CSES. ; maledicentia, Cell To listen to evil
speaking ; obtrectatorum sermoni aures dare, praebere,
Curt. ; pronis auribus obtrectationem accipere, Tac.
To EVINCE, v. a. Probare ; approbare ; comprobare ;
firmissimis argumentis confirmare ; demonstrare ; aperte
declarare; Cic.
EVINCIBLE, a. Quod probari potest.
EVINCIBLY. ad. Sine ulla controversia, Cic. ; indubitanter,
Plin.
To EVISCERATE, v. a. See To EVENTERATE.
EVITABLE. a. Evitabilis ; quod vitari potest ; Or.
To EVITATE. v. a. Vitare ; devitare ; declinare a re;
rem fugere ; or, a re effugere ; Cic To evitate an evil ;
malum cavere, Cic.
EVITATION. s. Vitatio, Cic. ; evitatio, Quint.
EULOGY. *. Panegyricus, Cic. ; panegyrica oratio.
EUNUCH, s. Eunuchus, Ter. ; spado, Curt.
EVOCATION. *. Manium evocatio.
To EVOKE, v. a. Evocare To evoke the spirits ;
manes elicere, Hor., evocare, Plin. ; sepulchris animas
exire, Virg.
To EVOLVE, v. a. Extendere, explicare, Plaut To
evolve all his eloquence ; pandere vela orationis ; vim eloquentise
expromere ; Cic.
EVOLUTION, s. I. Act of unfolding ; evolutio, Cic.
II. (In tactics); militum decursio ; exercitatio miHtaris;
Suet.
EUPHONY, s. Vocalitas, Quint. ; euphonia.
EVULSION. s. Evulsio, Cic.
EWE. s. Ovis. An ewe lamb ; agna, Varr. ; Hor.
EWER. *. Aqualis, Plaut.
To EXACERBATE, v. a. Accendere ; commovere ; exulcerare
; Cic. ; animum exasperare, Cels. ; exacerbare,
Suet. ; alicujus iram asperare, Tac.
EXACERBATION. 5. Irritatio, Liv.
EXACT, a. I. Careful ; diligens ; scdulus ; Cic
Exact in the fulfilment of his duty ; omnis officii diligens,
Cic. II. Done with care { accuratus ; cura elaboratus ;
Cic. Ill Too exact; scrupulosus, Plin. J.
To EXACT, v. a. Ab aliquo exigere To exact an
oath ; adigere aliquem ad jusjurandum, Caes. ; jurejurando,
Liv.
To EXACT, v. n. Rem alicui, or ab aliquo, extorquere.
To exact money ; pecuniam extorquere et eripere, or
per vim auferre, Cic.
EXACTER. s. Extortor, Tac. ; raptor, Plaut. ; iniquus
exactor, Caes.
EXACTION, s. Rapina ; exactio ; Cic.
EXACTLY, ad. I. Accurately, carefully ; accurate;
diligenter ; sedulo ; exquisite; Cic. II. Punctually;
in ipso articulo, Ter. ; opportune ; commodum ; Cic.
EXACTNESS, s. Diligentia ; cura ; accuratio ; sedulitas
; Cic Great exactness ; accuratissima diligentia,
Cic. Exactness in the fulfilment of one's duty ; officii
religio, Cic.
i'o EXAGGERATE, v. a. Verbis exaggerare To exaggerate
afact ; actaa rei modum excedere, Plin. J.
EXAGGERATION, s. Amplificatio, Cic. ; auxesis, eos,
Asc. Ped. ; exsuperatio.
To EXAGITATE. v. a. Agitare ; versare ; jactare ; Cic.
The Furies exagitate wicked men; Furiaa agitant et insectantur
impios, Cic.
EXAGITATION. s. Agitatio ; mentis agitatio, Cic.
To EXALT, v. a. I. To raise on high; tollere ;
attollere ; educere ; erigere ; Cic. To exalt to the
throne; in regnum inducere, Plin. J. To exalt to
honours ; ad honores promovere, Cic., provehere, Plin. ;
augere honoribus, Cic. II. To praise; aliquem laudibus
efferre, tollere, Cic., cumulare, Plin. J. ; suo praeconio
celebrare, Liv. ; laudes alicujus ad astra tollere ;
magnifice de aliquo praedicare, Cic.
EXALTATION, s. Exaltatio ; nimia animi elatio ; Cic.
EXAMINATION, s. Inquisitio ; investigatio. Examination
of a lawsuit ; litis cognitio Examination
of witnesses; testium interrogatio.
EXAMINER, s. Inquisitor ; cognitor ; Cic Examiner
Of books ; librorum censor.
To EXAMINE, v. a. I. To search into ; rem ponderare,
expendere, perpendere ; attente considerate ;
Cic. ; pensitare ; examinare ; Plin. II. To examine
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a scholar, a witness, or a person accused ; testem dlHgenter
expendere ; reum interrogare ; Cic.
EXAMPLE. *. Exemplum, Cic. ; exemplar Tofollow
another's example / alteri us exemplum sequi ; exemplo
facere ; Cic Example of sobriety ; continent!*
exemplum, Ter. : (of probity) ; vitae morumque exemplar,
Hor A man that sets a good example ; vir exemplum
innocentiae ; singularis exempli ; integritate vitas
conspicuus Punishment for the sake of example ; exemplum
supplicii, Hirt.
To EXAMPLE, v. a. Aliis exemplo esse, Ter. ; exem-
>lum praebere, Liv.
EXANIMATE, a. Mortuus ; demortuus ; exstinctus ;
ic. ; exanimus ; vita* defunctus ; Virg.
EXANIMATION. *. Mors ; interitus ; obitus, us ; Cic.
To EXASPERATE, v. a. Exasperare, Liv. ; exacerbare,
Suet.
EXASPERATION. *. Irritatio, Liv. ; exasperatio.
To EXAUCTORATE. v. a. Exauctorare, Liv.
To EXCAVATE, v. a. Cavare, Cic. ; excavare, Plin
Water excavates rocks ; saxa cavantur aqua ; gutta
cavat lapidem; Ov To excavate a well ; puteum fodere,
Caes.
EXCAVATION. *. Cavum, Hor. ; lacuna, Vitr.
To EXCECATB. v. a. Caecum efficere, or reddere, Cic. ;
oculis orbare, Ov. ; caecare ; obcaecare ; Plin. ; excaecare,
To EXCEED. v. a. and n. I. To go beyond ; excedere ;
superare; Liv This exceeds your power; id superat
vires tuas ; huic rei potentia tua non respondet ; Liv. ;
audes majora viribus, Virg To exceed the limits ; modum
transire, Cic. ; in rebus excedere, Liv. ; tines terminosque
egredi, Cic. II. To excel; re, or in re,
excellere, praestare, Cic.
EXCEEDING, a. Nimius; immoderatus ; Cic.; immodicus,
Col Exceeding in all he does; nimius in
omnibus, Cic.
EXCEEDING or EXCEEDINGLY, ad. Nimium ; immodice
; immoderate ; praeter, or extra, modum ; plus
aequo ; Cic.
To EXCEL, v. a. Re, or in re, praestare ; alicui
praestare ; or, aliquem antecellere ; Cic Who excels in
his art; artis suae antistes, Cic It is best to excel
in one thine ; satius est unum aliquid insigniter facere,
Plin. J.
EXCELLENCE or EXCELLENCY. *. Excellentia ; pra>-
stantia; exsupenlhtia ; Cic.
EXCELLENT, a. Excellens ; praestans ; egregius ; eximius
; Cic Excellent in everything; rerum omnium
excellentia excellens ; ad omnia egregius ; Liv Excellent
judgment ; praestans, or eximium, ingenium, Cic. ;
ingenium eminens, .Quint.
EXCELLENTLY, ad. Excellenter ; egregie ; praeclare ;
Cic. ; eximie, Plin.
To EXCEPT, v. a. and n. Excipere, Cic. / except
no one ; neminem eximium habeo, Ter No one exceptcd
; nemine excepto.
EXCEPT, prep. Praeter; or, extra Except you; extra
te, Cic Except you two ; exceptis vobis duobus, Cic.
EXCEPTION, s. Exceptio, Cic Without exception ;
sine ex ceptione ulla.
mAtt without exception ; onines ad
unum, Liv.
EXCEPTIONABLE, a. Rejiciendus ; repellendus.
EXCEPTIOUS. a. Moilis (animus) ad accipiendam offensionem,
Cic.
EXCEPTLESS. a. Sine ulla exceptione.
To EXCERPT, v. a. Exprimere ; elicere ; extrahere
(From a book) ; ex libro excerpere, Ter.
EXCERPTED, a. Expressus ( Speaking of a book) j
e libro excerptus.
EXCERPTION.*. Excerptio; pi., excerpta; exscripta,
Varr. ; Sen.
EXCESS, s. Quod superest ; redundantia; immoderatio
; Cic ; intemperantia Excess in eating and drinking
; immoderatus potus atque pastus, us, Cic. Excess
of joy ; profusa hilaritas, Cic.
EXCESSIVE, a. See EXCEEDING.
EXCESSIVELY, ad. See EXCEEDINGLY.
To EXCHANGE, v. a. Rem cum alia commutare, Cic.,
or permutare, Liv To exchange prisoners ; permutare
captives ; captivos recuperare redditis suis ; Cic
To exchange compliments ; invicem salutare.
EXCHANGE, s. I. Act of giving and receiving reciprocally
; permutatio Exchange of prisoners ; captivorum
commutatio, Hor. II. Place where merchants
meet on business ; argentarium.
EXCHANGER, s. Mensarius, Liv. ; (nummularius, U.
Jet.); mensularius, Sen.
EXCHEQUER. *. ^rarium. Chancellor of the Exchequer;
quaestor aerarii.
EXCISE, <s. Tributum ; census.
To EXCISE, v. a. Tributum exigere, Cic., imperare,
Liv., imponere, Caes.
EXCISEMAN, s. Tributi exactor ; publicanus.
EXCISIOK^*. Exstirpatio, Col.
EXCITATION, s. Incitatio j impulsio ; Cic. ; instigatio,
Auct. ad Her.
EXCITE
To EXCITB. v. a. Ciere ; concitare ; movere ; Cic. ;
aliquem excitare ; incitare ; impellere ; ad rem alicui
stimulos admovere ; Cic To excite dissentions ; turbas
concire, Ter. ; motus excitare, Liv To excite admiration
; admirationem movere, or concitare.
EXCITEMENT, s. Incitamentum.
EXCITER. s. Stimulator, Cic. ; fern, stimulatrix,
Plaut. ; incitator, Prudent. ; fem. incitatrix, Lact.
To EXCLAIM, v. n. Clamorem tollere, Cic. ; exclamare,
Plaut. ; maxima cum voce exclamare.
EXCLAMATION, s. Declamatio ; actio ; pronuntiatio ;
clamor ; Cic.
EXCLAMATORY, a. Qui clamat, &c. ; clamatorius,
Plin.
To EXCLUDE, v. a. Aliquem, or aliquem re, a re,
excludere, Cic. ; interdicere.
EXCLUSION, s. Exceptio, Cic.
EXCLUSIVE, a. Excludens, Cic. ; (exclusiprius, U. Jet.).
An exclusive privilege ; jus alicui privatim concessum.
EXCLUSIVELY, ad. Singulariter ; unice ; Cic. ; (exclusorie,
U. Jet.).
To EXCOGITATE, v. a\ Reperire ; excogitare ; Cic. ;
ingeuio fabricari, Curt.
To EXCOMMUNICATE, v. a. Ab ecclesiae communione
excludere ; alicui sacris interdicere.
EXCOMMUNICATION, s. Excommunicatio, Eccl. ; sacrorum
interdictio.
To EXCORIATE, v. a. Cutem lacerare ; pelliculam alicui
detrahere ; Hor.
EXCORIATION, s. Cutis laceratio.
EXCREMENT, s. Excrementum ; purgamentum ; Plin.
EXCREMENTAL or ExcREMENTiTious. fl. Ad excrementum
pertinens.
EXCRESCENCE or EXCRESCENCY. s. Excrescens, or
gupercrescens, caro, Cels. ; sarcoma ; excrescentia ; Plin.
EXCRETION, s. Excretio, Plin.
EXCRETORY or EXCRETIVE, a. Quod excretionem adjuvat.
To EXCRUCIATE, v. a. Torquere; cruciare ; excruciare
; cruciatu afficere ; Cic.
To EXCULPATE. v..a. Aliquem culpa liberare, or de
re purgare ; e crimine, e culpa, eximere ; Cic To exculpate
my conduct in this occasion ; ut vobis rationem facti
mei probcm, Cic.
EXCULPATORY, a. Ad defendendum idoneus ; ad probandum
accommodatus.
EXCURSION, s. I. Ramble; ambulatio ; deambulatio
; inambulatio ; Cic. II. Expedition into some distant
part; excursio, Cic. III. Digression from a subject ;
digressio, Cic.
EXCUSABLE, a. (Speaking of persons) ; excusatione,
or venia, dignus You are not excusable ; tibi nulla esse
potest excusatio, Cic. ( Speaking of things) ; excusabilis,
Ov.
To EXCUSE, v. a. Culpa liberare ; a culpa purgare, or
eximere ; extra culpam ponere To excuse some one to
somebody; aliquem alicui excusare; alicujus culpam
excusatione tegere ; Cic.
To EXCUSE ONE'S SELF. v. n. Culpam excusare ; alicui
de culpa se expurgare ; Cic To excuse one's self
by throwing the fault on another ; culpam in alium transferre,
Cic.
EXCUSE, s. Excusatio ; causa ; Cic. To give a good
and legitimate excuse ; uti excusatione justa et legitima.
EXCUSELESS. a. Inexcusabilis, Ov An excuseless
fault; culpa quae nihil excusationis, or excusationem
non, habet, Cic.
EXCUSER. s. Qui defensionem suscipit, Cic. ; defensor.
EXECRABLE, a. Exsecrandus ; exsecrabilis ; Cic. ;
abominandus, Quint Execrable murder ; infanda caedes,
Liv.
EXECRABLY, ad. Exsecrandum, or exsecrabilem, in
modum .
To EXECRATE, v. a. Exsecrari, Cic.
EXECRATION. *. Exsecratio, Cic. To have some one
in execration ; aliquem exsecrari, Cic.
To EXECT or EXSECT. v. a. i. e. To cut out ; corpora
mortuorum incidere, Cels. ; dissecare, Plin. ; scalpello
scrutari.
To EXECUTE, v. a. I. To perform; exsequi ; perficere
; or, conficere ; praestare ; Cic To execute a
thing without delay ; rem administrare sine ulla mora,
et confestim agere, Cic To execute a promise ; fidem
vocis exhibere, Phaedr. To execute orders ; ad verba
obtemperare, Cic. II. To punish capitally; ultimo
supplicio afficere, Cic. ; supplicium de aliquo sumere,
Curt.
EXECUTION, s. I. Performance ; executio. Execution
of orders ; imperiorum obedientia, Plin. II.
A seizing ofgoods by judicial authority ; in bona debi-
;oris manus injectio ; pignorum sublatio. III. Capital
punishment ; uitimum supplicium, Cic. ; (pcena capitahs,
U. Jet.). IV. Slaughter; strages.
EXECUTIONER, s. Tortor ; carnifex ; Cic.
EXECUTIVE, a. Cui demandata est leges scrvandas
curandi provincia.
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EXECUTOR. *. (In law) ; testament! curator.
ExEctiTORSiiiP. s. Testamenti curatio.
EXECUTORY, s. Writ of execution (in law): pigneratitia
auctoritate literae.
EXECUTRIX, s. (In law) ; testament! curatrix.
EXEGESIS, s. Explicatio; enodatio ; interpretatio ; explicatus,
us ; Cic.
EXEGETICAL. a. Ad explicationem pertinens.
EXEMPLAR, s. Exemplar, Hor. ; Cic. ; exemplum,
Cic.
EXEMPLARILY. ad. Ad exemplum To punish exemplarily
; exemplum facere, Plaut. ; severitatis in aliquem
edere, or statuere, Cic.
EXEMPLARINESS. s. Exemplum, Cic.
EXEMPLARY, a. In exemplum propositus, editus, constitutus,
Cic Exemplary punishment ; exemplum supplicii,
Hirt. ; exempla, pi., Ter. ; Plaut.; Sail.
EXEMPLIFICATION, s. Exemplum; exemplar; Cic.
To EXEMPLIFY, v. a. I. To illustrate by example ;
adjungere exempla rebus. II. To copy ; exscribere ; manu scribere ; Cic.
To EXEMPT, v. a. Aliquem a re liberare ; re, or ex
re, eximere aliquem ; aliquem immunem rei reddere
To exempt from taxes ; aliquem vindicare a tributis,
Cic. To exempt some one from going to war ; aliquem
bello absolvere, Liv.
EXEMPT, a. Rei, or re, immunis, Cic Exemptfrom
war; immunis belli, Virg., militia, Liv. Exemptfrom
taxes ; a tributis vacuus, Tac.
EXEMPTION, s. Immunitas ; liberatio et vacuitas ; Cic.
EXEQUIAL. a. Funereus.
EXEQUIES, s. pi. Funus ; exsequiarum justa ; exsequiae
Magnificent exequies ; magnum funus, Cic.
EXERCISE, s. Exercitatio ; exercitium ; Cell.
To EXERCISE, v. a. Aliquem in re exercere, Cic To
exercise the memory ; memoriam excolere, Quint., exercere,
Cic., factitare, Quint To exercise soldiers ; milites
in armis exercere, ad prcelia instituere.
To EXERCISE, v. n. In re se exercere To exercise
moderately the body ; modicis exercitationibus uti, Cic.
To exercise vehemently ; exercere se vehementer ; Cic.
To EXERT, v. a. Uti ; exserere ; exhibere.
To EXERT ONE'S SELF. v. n. Niti ; eniti ; conari ;
contendere ; Cic.
EXERTION, s. Nisus ; conatus, us ; contentio ; Cic.
To EXFOLIATE, v. n. (In surgery) , in foliaceas partes
exsolvi.
EXFOLIATION, s. (With surgeons) ; ossis carie exesi in
foliaceas partes solutio.
EXHALATION, s. Exhalatio, Cic. Exhalation of the
earth; terras anhelitus, us, exhalatio, or exspiratio, Cic.
Exhalation of the waters ; aquarum respiratio, Cic.
To EXHALE, v. a. Exhalare, Virg. ; exspirare ; afflare
; efflare ; Cic.
EXHALEMENT. s. Exhalatio, Cic.
To EXHAUST, v. a. Exhaurire ; exinanire ; Cic. To
exhaust the strength of a sick person ; segrum exhaurire,
Cels. He has exhausted my patience ; vicit patientiam
meam, Ov.
EXHAUSTION, s. Virium defectio, Cic. ; exinanitlo,
Plin Exhaustion of the public treasure; publicarum
opum egestio, PI. J.
EXHAUSTLESS. a. Inexhaustus, Cic An exhaustless
spring ; fons perennis, Cic. ; jugis aqua, Hor.
To EXHIBIT, v. a. Exhibere, Cic. ; ostendere ; indicare,
Cic.
EXHIBITION, s. I. Display; expositio; explanatio ;
narratio ; Cic. II. Pension; beneficiarius convictus,
us, Cic.
To EXHILARATE, v. a. Hilarare ; exhilarare ; alicui
hilaritatem afferre ; Cic To exhilarate the mind; animum
hilarare, Cic.
EXHILARATION, s. Hilaritas, Cic.
To EXHORT, v. a. Hortari ; adhortari ; cohortari ;
incitare ad, or ut aliquid facial ; excitare, or inflammare,
animum alicujus ; Cic. To exhort to peace ; hortari de
pace concilianda, Cass.
EXHORTATION, s. Hortatio ; adhortatio ; cohortatio ;
exhortatio ; hortatus, us ; Cic. ; hortamen, Liv. ; hortamentum
; Sail.
EXHORTATORY or EXHORTATIVE, a. Hortativus ; suasorius;
Quint.
EXHORTER. s. Hortator, Cic. ; fem. hortatrix, Stat.
EXIGENCE or EXIGENCY, s According to the exigence
of the case ; prout res exigit, requirit, postulat ; prout
res ferunt ; Cic According to the exigence of the times;
pro ratione temporum.
EXILE, s. I. Banishment; exsilium, Cic. II. Person
banished ; in exsilium actus, or ejectus, Liv. ; Cic. ;
exsul, Cic.
To EXILE, v. a. Aliquem exsilio mulctare, or afficere ;
in exsilium projlcere, pellere, amandare, or relegare ;
Cic To exile some onefrom a town ; a civitate exigere,
Cic.
EXIMIOUS. a. Clarus ; insignis ; celeber ; famosus :
Cic.
To EXIST. . n. Esse ; exsistere ; Cic.
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EXISTENCE
EXISTENCE. JVf.Exsistentia.
EXISTENT. a.*?8uoa exsistit ; quod est in rerum natura
EXIT. *. Exitus, us, Cic.
To EXONERATE, v. a. i. e. To unload ; exonerare
Plin. ; aliquem onere levare, oreximere, Cic. -Fig. ; ex
onerxre ; liberare.
EXORABLE. a. Exorabilis, Cic.
EXORBITANCE or EXORBITANCY, s. Immoderatio, Cic
EXORBITANT, a. Immodicus ; nimius ; Cic. Exorbitant
profits ; immanes quaestus, uum, Cic Exoi-bitan
expense; effusi sumptus, uum, Cic. To buy at an ex
orbitant price ; immense mercari, Plin. (pretio under
stood).
To EXORCISE. v. a. Daemones adjuvatione divini nu
minis expellere et fugare, Lact.
EXORCISM. *. Exorcismus.
EXORDIUM, s. Exorsus, us; exordium; principium
ingressus, us ; Cic.
EXOSSATED. a. Exos, ossis, Plaut. ; exossatus, Lucr
EXOTIC, a. Exoticus, Plaut.
To EXPAND, v. a. Extendere ; pandere ; expandere
proferre, Cic A tree which expands its branches ; arbor
patulis diffusa ramis, Cic To expand branches ; ramos
difftmdere, Ov.
EXPANSE, s. Amplitude, Cic (In breadth) ; latitude
(In length); longitude, Cic. (Of space) ; spatium
tractus, us, Cic. Expanse of the ocean ; effusus
in immensum oceanus, Plin.
EXPANSIBLE or EXPANSIVE, a. Quod dilatari potest :
quod dilatandi, or se dilatandi, vim habet.
EXPANSION, s. Explicatio ; extensio, Vitr. Expansion
of the heart ; animi effusio, Sen.
To EXPATIATE, v. n. De re copiose disserere ; multa
verba facere ; fuse lateque dicere, Cic.
To EXPATRIATE, v. n. Emigrare, Plaut. j solum
mutare, or vertere, Cic.
To EXPECT, v. n. Sperare ; rei spem habere, or alere,
Cic. ; spe ali, Ov. ; exspectare ; sperare To expect
somethingfrom some one ; rem ab aliquo sperare, Cic.
To EXPECT, v. n. Prsestolari alicui, Ter. ; aliquem
exspectare, Cic (From day to day) ; diem ex die, or in
singulos dies, exspectare, Cic. To expect with impatience;
exspectare avide, maxime, mirifice, admodum,
summe, omnino, prorsus, valde, or vehementer, Cic.
EXPECTANCE, EXPECTANCY, or EXPECTATION, s. Exspectatio.
To be in expectation ; rei exspectatione
teneri, or plenum esse, Cic. To be in expectation of what
will happen ; suspensum et incertum exspectatioue pendere,
Cic Who is in expectation; erectus exspectatione,
Liv.
EXPECTANT, a. Qui exspectat ; qui rei exspectatione
tenetur, Cic.
To EXPECTORATE, v, a. Excreare.
EXPECTORATION, s. Excreatio.
EXPECTORATIVE, a. Remedia quae screatum cient.
EXPEDIENCE or EXPEDIENCY. 3. Commoditas ; rei
cum altera convenientia, Cic. ; cohaerentia, Cell.
EXPEDIENT, a. Commodus ; opportunus It is expedient
; expedit.
EXPEDIENTLY, ad. I. Fitly; apte; congruenter ;
convenienter j Cic. II. Quickly ; celeriter ; velociter ;
expedite.
To EXPEDITE, v. a. I. To facilitate ; rem facilem
reddere. To expedite flight ; alicui fugam dare, Virg.,
aperire, Col. II. To hasten; maturare ; properare ;
accelerare, Cic. ; festinare, Ov. It is necessary to expedite
that affair i maturate est opus, Liv. III. To
dispatch (an affair) ; negotium celeriter, or cito, conficere;
strenue exsequi; Cic To expedite the affairs;
negotia properare, Sail.
EXPEDITE, a. Celer, or celeris, Hor. ; promptus,
Liv. ; expeditus, Cic.
EXPEDITION, s. 1. Haste; facilis rerum gerendarum
et expedita ratio. 1 1. An enterprise ofwar ; expeditio.
To start on an expedition ; exercitum in expeditionem
ducere, Cic.
EXPEDITIOUS, a. Expeditus, Cic. ; in exsequendis
rebus impiger ; in agendo strenuus ; manu promptus.
EXPEDITIOUSLY. ad. Celeriter ; velociter ; expedite. To EXPEL, v. a. Expellere ; exigere ; ejicere ; Plaut. ;
EXPEND, v. a. To lay out ; impensas, or sumptus,
facere, or insumere. To expend in useless things; in
res vanas pecuniam impendere, Cic.
EXPENSE, s. Cost ; sumptus, us ; impensa ; Cic
Extravagant expense; effusi sumptus, Cic He is in
the hope that his expense will be diminished by their departure
; sperat sumptum sibi levatum iri horum abitu,
Ter.
EXPENSIVE, a. I. Given to expense, extravagant ;
impendiosus, Plaut. ; profusus, Cic. II. Costly ; sumptuosus
; cams ; pretiosus.
EXPENSIVELY, ad. Profuse, Suet. ; Liv. ; impense,
Suet. ; Pers.
EXPENSIVENESS, s. I. Prodigality ; effusio, Cic. ;
prodigentia, Tac. ; dissolutior liberalitas, Cic. II.
Costliness; caritas.
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EXPERIENCE. *. Experientia, Cic. ; usus, Virg. ; rerum
prudentia, Cic. To have great experience ; multarum
rerum usum habere, Cic.
To EXPERIENCE, v. a. Experiri ; periclitari ; usu discere
; rei periculum facere ; Cic. ; experimento probare,
Veil.
EXPERIENCED, part. a. Rem expertus, Cic.
EXPERIMENT, s. Experimentum, Cic.
To EXPERIMENT, v. a. Experiri, Cic. To eeperiment
the power of a poison on a slave ; vim veneni in
servo experiri, Tac To have experimented a thing i
rem expertam habere, Cic.
EXPERIMENTAL, a. I. Consisting in experiments ; in
experiments situs. II. Obtained by experience ; usu
comparatus.
EXPERIMENTALLY, ad. Experimento, Quint. ; Plin.
EXPERT, a. Experiens ; sciensj rei, or in re, intclligens,
Cic Very expert in his art ; in arte *ua experientissimus.
EXPERTLY, ad. Solerte ; callide.
EXPERTNESS. s. Solertia ; industria ; calliditas ; scientia
; prudentia ; peritia ; eruditio ; Cic.
EXPIABLE. a. Piabilis. Not expiable ; inexpiabilis,
Cic.
To EXPIATE, v. a. Scelus expiare, Cic. To expiate a
fault by prayers and tears ; precibus peccatum lavare.
EXPIATION, s. Expiatio, Cic. ; piamen, Ov. ; piamentum,
Plin.
EXPIATORY, a. Piacularis, Liv.
EXPIRATION. *. Exspiratio; spiritus, or anhelitus,
emissio ; exitus, us ; finis, is ; terminus.
To EXPIRE, v. a. I. To breathe out; spiritum emittere.
II. To exhale; exhalare, Virg.; exspirare; afflare
; efflare, Cic.
To EXPIRE, v. n. Animam efflare, reddere, agere,
Cic. ; animam exhalare, or exspirare, Ov. ; extremum
spiritum reddere, Cic He expired in my arms; in
complexu meo vitamdedit, or exanimatus est, Cic See
also To DIE.
To EXPLAIN, v. a. Interpretari, Cic To explain
the sentiments of another ; interpretari mentem alterius,
Cic. ; explicare ; explanare ; enodare ; enucleare ; exponere
; Cic. To explain one's thought ; mentem suam
explanare, Cic.
EXPLAINABLE or EXPLICABLE, a. Explicabilis.
EXPLAINER or EXPLICATOR. s. Interpres ; explanator ;
explicator ; Cic An explainer of dreams ; somniorum
conjector, Cic.
EXPLANATION. *. Interpretatio ; explicatio ; enodatio ;
explanatio; interpretamentum ; Cell Explanation of
a dream ; somnii conjectio, Cic.
EXPLANATORY, a. Qui explicat, explanat, &c. ; ad explicationem
pertinens ; (explanatorius, Cael. Aur.).
EXPLETIVE, s. a. Ad expletionem aptus ; quod explet.
To EXPLICATE, v. a. See To EXPLAIN.
EXPLICATION or EXPLICATING, s. See EXPLANATION.
EXPLICATIVE, a. Quod sensum explicandi, explanandi,
enucleandi, vim habet.
EXPLICIT, a. Explicitus, Caes.
EXPLICITLY, ad. Expresse ; conceptis verbis ; Cic.
EXPLICITNESS. s. Perspicuitas, Cic. ; nitor.
To EXPLODE, v. a. Carpere ; vituperare ; explodere ;
ic. ; obtrectare, Plin.
To EXPLODE, v. n. Erumpere.
EXPLOIT, s. Bellicum facinus, Cic. ; praeclare gestum.
One who boasts of his exploits ; factorum ostentator,
Liv. To do or perform an exploit ; patrare ; efficere ;
xsequi ; Cic.
EXPLORATION, s. Inquisitio ; disquisitio ; indagatio ;
nvestigatio, Cic. ; scrutatio ; perscrutatio, Sen.
To EXPLORE, v. a. Conquirere ; or, perquirere ; investigare
; scrutare ; curipsius exquirere, Cic.
-EXPLOSION. *. Eruptio. An explosion of anger ;
rarum sestus.
To EXPORT, v. a. Exportare, Cic.
EXPORTS. *. pi. Res qua? exportantur, Cic.
EXPORTATION, s. Exportatio, Cic. ; Sen.
To EXPOSE, v. a. Omnium in conspectu ponere ; ante
oculos proponere ; palam ostendere, Cic. ; ponere pro-
>alam, Tac. ; exponere ; proferre ; Cic. To expose to
he sun ; soli, or in sole, exponere, Col. : in apricum
>roferre, Cic.
EXPOSITION, s. I. Situation of a thing in respect
o the sun or air ; expositio. Exposition of a child ;
meri projectio, or expositio. II. Explanation; expoitio
; explanatio ; narratio ; Cic.
EXPOSITOR, s. Interpres.
To EXPOSTULATE, v. a. and n. Cum aliquo de re conendere
; litigare ; disceptare ; conceptare ; controveriam
habere, Cic.
EXPOSTULATION, s. I. Altercation ; costentio ; con-
.ertatio ; controversia ; rixa ; Cic. II. Charge; accusatio
; crimen ; criminatio ; insimulatio ; delatio ; Cic.
EXPOSTULATORY. a. Ad disceptationem, or controversiam,
pertinens.
EXPOSURE, s. Expositio.
EXPOUND EXTRAVAGATE
To EXPOUND, v. a. Interpretari ; explicate ; explanare
; enucleare ; exponere, Cic.
EXPOUNDER, s. Interpres ; explicator ; enodator, Cic.
To EXPRESS, v. a. I. To force out; exprimere ;
elicere, Plin. II. To represent in words, to declare ;
oratione, or verbis, exprimere; proferre; enuntiare;
sensa mentis declarare ; Cic. To express one's thoughts
by words ; verbis cogitata efferre, Cic. To express one's
teff nobly; praeclare eloqui, Cic To express one's self
vulgarly ; inculte et horride dicere, Cic.
EXPRKSS. a. Certus ; exploratus ; destinatus ; indubitatus,
Cic.
EXPRESS, s. A messenger sent on purpose ; nuntius,
Cic To send expresses ; certos nuntios mlttere, Cic.
EXPRESSIBLE, a. Quod verbis exprimi potest.
EXPRESSION, s. I. A word; verbum. A vulgar expression;
verbumrusticanum. A base expression ; verbum
abjectum et humile, Cic. II. The act of expressing
one's thoughts; elocutio ; eloquendi genus, ratio ; Cic
A noble expression ; magniloquentia, Cic.
EXPRESSIVE, a. Significans, Quint. Expressive
words; verba significantia, Quint.
EXPRESSIVELY, ad. Expresse, Auct. ad Her. ; significanter,
Quint.
EXPRESSIVENESS, s. Vis et robur, or magna significantia,
verborum, Quint.
EXPRESSLY, ad. Explicate et distincte, Cic. ; expresse,
Auct. ad Her. To forbid expressly; omnino interdicere.
To EXPROBATB. v. a. Rem alicui exprobare, objicere,
or objectare, Cic.
EXPROBATION. s. Reprobatio, Ter. ; objectatio, Caes. ;
vituperatio, Cic. ; probrum ; convicium, Cic.
EXPUGNATION. s. Captura, Phacdr. ; urbis expugnatio,
Cic.
EXPULSION, s. Expulsio, Cic. ; ejectio, Vitr.
EXPULSIVE, a. Quod expellit, &c.
EXPUNCTION. s. Exstinctio ; abrogatio ; Cic. ; abolitio,
Quint.
To EXPUNGE, v. a. I. To efface, to annihilate;
abolere ; antiquare ; tollere ; exstinguere ; Cic. To
expunge a law ; legem delere, abrogare, tollere, refigere,
rescindere, antiquare, obliterare, Cic. II. To blot out,
rub out ; expungere, Plaut. ; delere ; interlinere; Cic.
To expunge one's namefrom the list of senators ; aliquem
albo senatorio eradere, Tac.
EXPURGATION, s. Purgatio, Cic. ; correctio ; emendatio
; restitutio, Cic. ; reparatio, Sen.
EXPURGATORY. a. Catharticus, Gels. ; purgans, Ov. ;
quod ad purgandum pollet, or valet, Cic. ; quod vim
habet purgandi.
EXQUISITE, a. Exquisitus, Cic. Exquisite meats;
conquisitissimas dapes, Cic. Child of exquisite beauty ;
puer eximiae pulchritudinis, Veil.
EXQUISITELY, ad. Perfecte ; absolute ; omnino.
EXQUISITENESS. s. Excellentia ; praestantia ; exsuperantia,
Cic.
To EXSICCATE, v. a. Siccare ; desiccare; exsiccare,
Plin. ; rei siccitatem inferre.
EXSICCATION, s. Siccatio; desiccatio.
EXSICCATIVE or EXSICCANT. a. Exsiccans ; siccandi
or desiccandi, vi pollens.
EXSUPERABLE. a. Exsuperabilis, Stat. ; quod superari,
or vinci, potest.
EXTANT, a. Quod est ; quod exstat.
EXTEMPORAL, EXTEMPORANEOUS, Or EXTEMPORARY, a.
Ex tempore ; subitus.
EXTEMPORE, ad. Ex tempore ; subito ; Cic.
To EXTEMPORIZE, v. n. Ex tempore, or subito, dicere,
Cic.
To EXTEND, v. a. Extendere ; pandere ; expandere,
Cic. ; Plin. ; proferre ; Cic. To extend the limits of the
empire; dilatare imperium. To extend the cavalry;
equites suos in longitudinem exporrigere, Hirt. To extend
the hand; manum dilatare, porrigere. Ck.
To EXTEND, v. n. Se explicate ; dilatari ; crescere ;
Cic. To extend slowly ; tacitis incremeritis augescere.
EXTENDIBLE or EXTENSIBLE, a. Quod extendi poi
test.
EXTENSIBILITY or EXTENSIBLENESS. s. Vis extensiva.
EXTENSION, s. Dimensio ; productio ; Cic. ; extensio,
Vitr. ; prolatio. Extension of the arms ; brachiorum
purrectio ; Cic.
EXTENSIVE, a. Vastus ; amplus ; extensus, Quint. ;
Liv. ; spatiosus. Col. ; patens, Caes. An extensive
! forest ; silva infinitae magnitudinis, Caes. Extensive
plains ; latius patentes campi ; camporum immensitates ;
EXTENSIVELY, ad. Vaste ; vastius ; Cic.
EXTBNSIVENBSS. s. I. Diffuseness, widencss ; amplitudo
; latitudo ; longitude. II. Possibility of being
extended ; dilatandi se facultas.
EXTENT, s. I. Degree to which any thing is extended.
Extent of space; spatium ; tractus,us, Cic. Extent of
the ocean; effusus in immensum oceanus, Plin. An
>nmcuse. extent of country in every direction; imsnsa
et interminata in omnes partes regionum magnitude,
Cic. Vast extent ofplains ; camporum immensU
tates, Cic. II. ( In law) ; Seizure ; in bona manus injectio,
Quint. ; bonorum alicujus traditio sub custodiam.
To EXTENUATE, v. a. Tenuare j attenuare ; extenuare
To extenuate a body; inane corpus tenuare,
Virg., extenuare, Col.
EXTENUATION or EXTENUATING, s. Virium imminutio,
Cic. ; extenuatio ; attenuatio.
EXTERIOR, a. Externus ; exterior ; extimus ; Cic.
EXTERIOR, s. Pars externa, or exterior.
To EXTERMINATE, v. a. Funditus tollere ; exstinguere;
exterminare; Col To exterminate a town;
urbem delere, Cic (A person) ; aliquem eradicare,
Ter (A people) ; gentem exscindere, Virg. ; funditus
perdere, or evertere, Curt.
EXTERMINATION, s. Exitium ; excidium ; exstinctio \
disperditio; Cic Extermination of a people ; gentis
internecio, Tac.
EXTERMINATOR, s. Perditor ; exstinctor ; Cic.
EXTERN or EXTERNAL, a. Externus ; extraneus ; Cic.
EXTERNALLY, ad. Extrinsecus, Cic. ; de parte extrema,
Lucr. ; in speciem, Liv.
EXTINCT, a. I. Put out; exstinctus ; restinctus.
II. Abolished, out offorce ; abolitus ; obsoletus ; antiquatus
; deletus. His name is extinct ; illius nomen
occidit, Cic.
EXTINCTION or EXTINGUISHMENT, s. Exstinctio, Cic.
Extinction of the voice ; vocis amissio ; exstincta vox ;
Liv. Extinction of a family ; domus occasus et interitus,
us.
To EXTINGUISH, v. a. I. To put out; (ignem) exstinguere
; restinguere ; Cic. ; oppnmere, Liv. II. To
destroy ; destruere ; delere ; evertere ; eruere ; evellere ;
Cic.
EXTINGUISHABLE. a. Quod exstingui potest.
EXTINGUISHER, s. Cucullus lucernis exstinguendia
aptus.
To EXTIRPATE, v. a. Exstirpare ; radicitus tollere ;
stirpitus evellere; Cic To extirpate vices; vitia exstirpare.
EXTIRPATION, s. Exstirpatio, Col.
EXTIRPATOR, s. Exstirpator, Liv.
To EXTOL, v. a. Aliquem laudibus efferre, tollere,
Cic., cumulare, Plin. J. ; suo praeconio celebrare, Liv. ;
laudes alicujus ad astra tollere ; magnifice de aliquo prjedicare
; Cic.
EXTOLLER. s. Laudator, Hor. ; commendator ; celebrator;
Mart.
EXTORSIVE. a. Iniquus ; injustus ; injuriosus ; Cic.
To EXTORT, v. a. and n. Rem alicui, or ab aliquo, extorquere,
Cic. To extort money ; pecuniam extorquere,
eripere, or per vim auferre, Cic.
EXTORTER or EXTORTIONER. 5. Iniquus exactor, Cajs. v
extortor, Ter.
EXTORTION, s. Rapina, Cic.
To EXTRACT, v. a. Succos e corpore exprimere, or extrahere
To extract from a book; e libro excerpere,
Ter To extract thefinest passages of different authors ;
excellentissima libare e variis ingeniis, Cic.
EXTRACT, s. Expressio, Plin Extract from a book ;
excerptio, Cell. ; excerpta ; exscripta ; Varr. ; Sen.
EXTRACTION, s. Genus, Cic.; origo, Ov Regal extraction
; ortum per reges genus ; Virg. Of noble extraction
; nobili genere natus; Virg.; Cic.; natalibus
clarus, Plin. ; nobilis et clarus origine, Ov.
EXTRAJUDICIAL. a. (A law term.) Quod est extra
formulas.
EXTRAJUDICIALLY. ad. Nulla formularum habita ratione.
EXTRAMUNDANE. a. Imaginarius, Liv. ; (extramundanus,
Marc. Cap. ; ultramundanus, Tert.).
EXTRANEOUS, a. Alienus ; externus ; adventitius.
EXTRAORDINARILY, ad. Praeter solitum, Virg. ; pra;-
ter, or extra, modum ; praster consuetudiuem ; Cic. ;
magnopere ; summopere ; valde ; nimium in modum ;
Cic.
EXTRAORDINARY, a. Extraordinarius, Cic. ; inusitatus
; insolitus ; insuetus; singularis; nonvulgaris. To
receive extraordinary honours ; accipere honores extraordinarios,
Cic., solito majores, Caes., qu<esitissimos,
Tac. An extraordinary talent ; singularis et eximia virtus,
Cic.
EXTRAVAGANCE or EXTRAVAGANCY. 5. I. Waste,
superfluous expense^; effusi sumptus, Cic. II. Afoolish
thing ; insulsitas ; ineptiae ; Cic It is the height of extravagance
; extremae dementiae est. Sail.
EXTRAVAGANT, a. I. Wasteful; prodigus, Cic. ;
profusus, Sail. II. Foolish ; desipiens ; demens ; Cic. ;
delirus, Hor. An extravagant man ; homo preposterus,
Cic That is extravagant; hoc ineptum et insulsum
est, Cic Extravagant manners ; fatui mores,
Plaut. Extravagant temerity ; dementissima temeritas.
EXTRAVAGANT, s. Preposterus homo.
EXTRAVAGANTLY, ad. Stulte ; inepte ; insulse; Cic.
To EXTRAVAGATE. v.n. Delirare ; ineptire; Ter.;
desipere, Cic.; deliramenta, or aliena, loqui, Plaut.; Cels.
EXTRAVASATED
EXTRAVASATED. a. (Said of the blood); effusus, or
diffluens extra venas, sanguis, Plin. ; egestus : or, suffusus;
Ov.
EXTRAVASATKW. s. Extra venas effusio.
EXTREME, a. Suminus Extreme pain; dolor summus,
ingens, acerbissimus, incredibilis. Extremejoy ;
incredibilis, mira, mirifica, summa, laetitia, Cic A man
qf extreme liberality s magnificentia summus, Tac
To feel extreme joy ; gestire nimia voluptate ; gaudio
compleri, or perfundi ; Cic.
EXTREMES, s. Extrema, orum, n. pi.
EXTREMELY, ad. Summopere ; magnopere ; valde ;
Cic. Extremely learned ; apprime doctus, Varr. Extremely
honest ; summe in omnes officiosus, Cic.
EXTREMITY. *. I. The utmost point ; extremitas ;
extremum; finis; Cic.; extrema pars Extremity of
the fingers ; suinmi digiti, Cels Extremity of a province
; provincial finis. (Of a kingdom) ; regni terminus,
Cic. II. The utmost distress ; summa* angustiae,
Cic. To reduce one to extremity; in summas angustias
aliquem adducere ; in an^ustias compellere ; Cic.
To be reduced to the last extremity ; urgeri angustiis,
Cic. ; in extrema fortuna stare. Sail.
To EXTRICATE, v. a. Impedimentum amoliri, or amovere
; extricare ; expedire.
EXTRINSECAL or EXTRINSIC, a. Extrinsccus ; cxternus ;
extraneug.
EXTRINSECALLY. ad. Extrinsecus, Cic.
To EXTRUDE, v. a. See To EXPEL.
[ EXTRUSION, s. See EXPULSION.
EXTUBERANCE. s. Gibbus, Juv. ; gibber; tuber ; Plin.
EXUBERANCE, s. Exuberantia, Cell. ; exuberatio,
Vitr. ; abundantia, Cic.
EXUBERANT, a. Exuberans, Quint. ; abundans, I.iv.
EXUBERANTLY, ad. Nimie, Plaut. ; immodice et redundanter,
Plin. J. ; cumulatius, Cic. ; plenius aequo,
Hor. ; abundantius, Plin. ; ex abundant!, Quint.
To EXUBERATE, v. n. Redundare ; superabundare ;
superfluere, Cic. ; or, effuse affluere, Liv.
To EXULCERATE. v . a. Ulcerare, Plin. ; exulcerare,
Hor. ; ulcus facere, Plin Fig., i. e. To exasperate, or
to excite wrath ; aliquem exulcerare, Cic.; alicujus animum
exasperare, Cels.
EXULCERATION. s. Ulceratio, Sen. ; exulceratio, Plin.
To EXULT, v. n. Triumphare ; exultare.
EXULTATION. 5. Triumphus, Cic. j gestientis animi
elatio ; animi in laetitia effusio ; Cic.
EXUSTION. s. Exustio, Cic. ; Plin.
EYE. s. I. The organ of vision; oculus, Cic. ; lumen,
Plin. The corner of the eye} oculi angulus, Cels.
That has a good eye ; valde, or bene, oculatus. To keep
a strict eye upon one ; aliquem observare. Glance of the
eye ; oculorum conjectus ; intuitus ; contuitus, us.
To have an eye to any thing ; oculum adjicere rei, Cic.
To lose an eye ; oculum amittere, Cic Under the eye
of any one; sub oculis alicujus, Caes. II. Bud of a
plant ; oculus ; gemma. III. EYES, pi Before the
eyes ; sub oculis ; ante oculos ; palam ; Cic To attract
the eyes of every body ; omnium oculos in se convertere,
Curt To place the hand before one's eyes ; manum ob
oculos opponere, Suet Full of eyes ; oculeus, Plaut.
To EYE. v. a. Aliquem, or rem, aspicere ; in aliquem
oculos conjicere; Cic To eyefixedly ; intueri ; Plin
( With attention) ; rem intueri et in ea defixum esse ;
intends oculis intueri, Cic To eye some one ; aliquem
observare.
EYEBALL, s. Acies ; pupilla ; Cic. ; pupula, Varr.
EYE-BEAM or EYE-GLANCE, s. Oculorum conjectus ;
intuitus ; contuitus, us.
EYEBROW, s. Supercilium, Cic.
EYED. part. a. Visus, Ov. ; compertus, Liv. ; spectatus,
Cic.
EYE-DROP, s. Lacryma, Cic.
EYE-GLASS, s. Conspicillum, Plaut.
EYELASH, s. Cilium, Plin.
EYELESS, a. Caecus ; captus oculis ; Cic. ; orbus lu*
minibus, Plin. Born eyeless; caecigenus, Lucr.
EYELET, s. Spiramentum ; spiraculum ; Virg. ; spiramen,
Lucr.
EYELID, s. Palpebra, Cic.
EYE-SALVE. *. Collyrium, Hor.
EYESIGHT, s. Visus, us ; videndi facultas, or sensus ; oculorum sensus ; Cic. Good eyesight; visus acer, Plin.
EYESORE, s. Dolor. It is an eyesore ; oculi dolent,
Plaut.
EYE-SPOTTED, a. Maculosus, Cic. ; maculis distinctus,
or varius, Mart.
EYE-TOOTH, s. Caninus dens.
EYE-WITNESS, s. Testis oculatus, Plaut. They declare
the things of which they have been eye-witnesses ;
comperta oculis proferrunt, Liv.
E:
eatenus : so far, thus far, up to then.
ebullio : to boil up, bubble up, to appear, produce in abundance.
ecce : Lo! Behold! See!
ecclesia : church.
econtra : the same as contra: against, opposite, etc.
ecquando : at any time? ever?
edico : to announce, declare.
editio : the publishing of a book, an announcement.
edo : put forth, give out.
edo edi essum : to eat, consume, devour, waste.
edoceo : to inform fully, instruct thoroughly.
educo : to draw out, lead out, march out/bring up, rear/ issue.
edulis : edible.
eduro : to last endure, persist.
edurus : hard.
effector : effectrix : producer, someone who causes something.
effectus : doing, execution, performance, effect, result.
effercio : to cram, stuff, fill.
effertus : stuffed, jammed, crammed.
effero : extuli : elatum : to carry out, bury, lift up, exalt.
effervo : to boil up, swarm out (like bees).
efferus : savage, wild, untamed, undomesticated.
efficax : effective, efficient.
efficaciter : effectively, efficiently.
efficens : efficient, effective.
efficenter : efficiently, effectively, powerfully.
efficio : to do, produce, effect, make/ bring about, cause /prove.
effigies : effigia : effigy, idol, likeness /ghost, appartition /ideal
efflagito : to plead urgently.
effligo : efflixi : efflectum : to wipe out, obliterate, destroy.
efflo : to breathe out, blow out.
effloresco : to blossom, bloom, break out.
effluo : to vanish /be forgotten /pour out, leak, seep /become known.
effluvium : an outlet /seepage.
effodio : to dig out, excavate /to gut
effor : to speak, express /state /declare.
effreno : to let go without reins.
effrenus : wild, unrestrained, unchecked, unbridled.
effringo : effregi : effractum : to break, break open.
effugio : effugi : effugiturus : flee from, escape, elude, run away.
effundo : to pour out, pour forth, shed, utter.
effusio : a pouring form, effusion, /exhilaration, upwelling of emotion.
effutio : to gab, chatter.
egelidus : thawed, lukewarm, tepid.
egenus : in want of, in need of, destitute.
egeo : to need, lack, want, be without.
ego : I, self.
effingo : to form, fashion, make /duplicate, copy.
egredior : egressus : to go out, leave, depart, exit.
eicio : eiectum : to throw out, eject, drive out.
elatus : puff-up, proud of oneself, arrogant.
electus : chosen, select.
elementum : first principle, element, basic constituent.
elemosina : alms
elemosinarius : almoner, person in charge of providing charity.
eligo : to pick out, select, choose.
eloquens : eloquent, persuasive, fluent.
eloquentia : eloquence, readiness of speech, fluency, persuasiveness.
eloquor : to speak out, express oneself, declare, speak eloquently.
eluo : to wash out, rinse cleanse /squander, waste.
eluvies : a flowing over, flood, innundation.
eluvio : inundation.
emanio : to flow out, spread /arise, emanate, originate.
emendo : to amend, correct
emercor : to buy up.
emergo : emersi : emersum : to arise, come up, rise up, occur.
emerio : to obtain by service, earn completely, deserve well.
emineo : to stand out, project, be remarkable, conspicuous.
eminor : to threaten, menace.
eminus : at a distance, from a distance.
emiror : to wonder at exceedingly.
emo  emi  emptum : to buy, purchase.
emoveo : to move away, remove, take away.
emptio : a buying, a purchase.
enim : for, in fact, truly (may often be omitted)
enim : in fact, truly, indeed
enumero : to count, count up, enumerate.
eo ire itum : to go, advance, proceed, travel, move along, progress.
episcopalis : episcopal
episcopus : bishop
epistola : letter, epistle, missive, message.
epistula : letter, epistle, missive, message
epitaphium : funeral oration
epithalamium : wedding song
epitoma : abridgement, summary
epitome : abridgement, summary
epops : epopis : the hoopoe (a bird)
epos : epic poem
epotus : drunk up, drained / swallowed up
eptheca : an addition
epulae : epularum : a banquet, feast / food / dishes, courses of a meal
epulo : sumptuous food, banquet, feast.
epulor : to feast, feast on
epulor : to feast, banquet, dine
epulum : a banquet, feast
equa : a mare
eques  equitis : horseman, cavalry man rider (classical).
equester : (-stris, stre)  equestrian, relating to cavalry
equidem : (adv) indeed, truly, for my part.
equinus : equine, relating to horses
equitatus : cavalry, horsemen (classical)
equito : (-are) to ride on horseback
equus : horse, steed, mount
era : mistress, lady
eradico : to root out, destroy, obliterate, get rid of
erado : erasi : erasum : (-ere) to scratch out, erase / destroy
erectus : upright, standing / resolute / proud / alert / anxious /cheerful
erepo : to creep out, creep over, creep up.
ereptio : seizure, taking by force, confiscation
ereptor : thief, robber
erga : (+ acc.) toward, about
ergastulum : a workhouse for slaves
ergo : (adv.) accordingly, then, therefore
ergo : (gen. +) on account of, because of
ericius : (mil.) hedgehog, chevaux de frise
erigo ; erexi : erectum : to erect, raise, set up / arouse, encourage, incite
erilis : relating to a master or mistress
eripio : eripui : ereptum : to snatch away, take away / rescue, free
erogatio : payment, expenditure
erogo : to ask for / to pay out, expend, disburse
errabundus : wandering
erratio : a wandering, straying
erratum : fault, error, mistake
erratus : wandering, straying
erro : to wander, stray, rove / be mistaken, err, go astray.
error : erroris : error, mistake, going astray / uncertainty / deception
erubesco : (+ inf.) to blush to, (+acc.) blush for, respect
erubescundus : something to be ashamed of, worth blushing over
eruca : a colewort (plant)
eructo : (-are) to vomit, throw up /to cast out, throw out, eject / belch
erudio : to polish, smooth / instruct, teach, educate.
eruditio : instruction, teaching / knowledge, learning
erumpo : erumpi : eruptum : (-ere) to break out, burst forth / (milit.) attack
erumpo : erumpi : eruptum : (-ere) to break open, vent, discharge, erupt
eruo : to dig up, pull out / raze, demolish
eruptio : an eruption, bursting forth / sally, attack, assault
erus : master, owner, lord
ervum : a bitter weed, vetch
esca : food / bait
escendo : -scensi, scensum : to ascend, go up, climb, to go inland
escensio : a movement inland / milit. marching inland
esculentus : succulent, delicious, ripe
esito : (-are) to continue eating
essedarius : one who fight from a chariot
esurio : to be hungry, to hunger / long for, desire, yearn
esuritio : hunger
et ... et : both ... and.
etenim : for indeed
ethologus : a mimic
etiam : (asking a question) : actually? really? in truth?
etiam : (answering a question) yes, certainly
etiam : (+ comparative) still [etiam maior = still greater, yet greater
etiam atque etiam : again and again
etiam : as yet, still / even, also, besides
etiamnun : etiamnunc : yet, still, until now
etiamsi : even if, although
etiamtum : etiamtunc : even then / until then
etsi : (acsi) even if, although, nothwithstanding
eu : euge : eugepae: good! well done! good job!
eunuchus : eunuch
evado : (-ere, -vasi, -vasum) to go out, set out / get off / escape / result
evagor : to wander out, stray off
evalesco : (evalui) to grow strong / become fashionable / prevail / be able
evanesco : (evanui) to vanish, disappear / pass away
evangelium : the gospel
evanidus : vanishing, disappearing / passing away
evasto : (-are) to lay waste, devastate
eveho : (-vexi, vectum) to carry out (+ relexive) sail away, ride away
evello : (-ere, velli, vulsum) to happen, occur, come about, befall
evello : (-ere, velli, vulsum) to tear out, pluck out / turn out, result
evenio : to come to pass, happen, befall.
eventus : eventum : consequence, issue, result, occurrence, experience
everbero : to strike violently, to hit hard
everriculum : a fishing net, seine / a clean sweep
everro : (-verri, -versus) to sweep out, plunder, pillage
eversio : an overturning, destruction, ruin
eversor : a destroyer
everto : (vertin, -versum) to destroy, ruin, demolish, raise, overthrow
everto : (vertin, -versum) to turn out, throw out, eject / dislodge, overturn
evestigatus : found out, discovered. tracked down
evidens : clear, distinct, plain, visible, evident.
evidenter : clearly, distinctly, plainly.
evigilo : to awaken /be alert, be watchful /[trans.] work hard at.
evincio : [vinxi, victum] to tie up, bind.
evinco: to conquer, subjugate, enthrall, defeat.
eviscero : to disembowel.
evito : to shuun, avoid; also, to kill
evoco : to draw out, draw on, produce, recall to the colors.
evolo : to flee, escape, fly away, rush out.
evolutio : unrolling and reading of a scroll, reading of a book.
evolvo : evolvi : evolutum : to untangle, extricate, detach, disclose, explain.
evomo : to vomit forth.
evulgo : to publish.
ex : (= e ) (prep. + abl.) out of, from within, from / on account of.
exaequo exequo : to be like, equal/ make level or even, relate.
exaresco : to become dry, arid
exaro : to plow up, dig up /write on a wax tablet.
exaudio : to listen to, hear plainly, hear favorably
excedo : (trans.) to exceed, leave, pass beyond.
excellentia : excellence, merit, worth.
excessum : departure, death, digression.
excipio : (excepi exceptum ) to take out, except /take, capture.
excito : call forth, bring about, wake, raise up.
exclamo : to shout, cry aloud, exclaim, call someone by name.
excludo : to shut out, exclude.
excolo : to honor (a deity), polish, adorn, refine, serve.
excorio : to shave /scalp, flay /oppress /peel
excrucio : to torment, torture, cause great pain.
excusatio : excuse.
excuso : to exempt from blame, excuse, make excuses, plead.
executio : to seize, recover.
executor : adminstrator, executive officer.
exemplar : model, pattern, original, prototype, book to copy.
exemplum : pattern, model, example .
exempoator : m, model, example
exerceo : to train, cultivate, keep at work, exercise, practice.
exercitus : army.
exertus : tested, tried, approved, experienced.
exesto : extra esto.
exheredo : to disinherit.
exheres : disinherited.
exhibeo exibeo : to produce, show, display, offer, allow, cause.
exhilaro : to make cheerful.
exhorresco : to be horrified, to shake, shudder /dread, tremble at.
exigo : complete, finish, determine, decide, settle.
exigo : drive out, force out, exact, demand, sell.
exilis : thin, slender, meager.
eximietate : uncommonness, excellence.
eximius : extraordinary, excellent, fine, superb.
eximo : to free, release, take out, remove, waste.
exinde : thence, next/ thereupon, after that, then/accordingly.
exinde : thence, furthermore
exitiabilis  exitialis  exitosus : fatal deadly, destructive, lethal.
exitium : destruction, ruin.
exitus : going out, going forth, exit, end, finish.
exordium : the beginning (especially of a speech).
exorior : to rise, spring up, issue, appear, come forward.
exoro : to prevail upon a person, entreat successfully.
exorno : to furnish, provide, supply.
exorsus : begun.
exosus : loathing, fiercely hating, despising.
expalpo : to lure out, coax out.
expedio : to release, set free, clear /explain, clarify, set straight.
expedio : to free from a snare, disentangle /ready, settled, arranged.
expedite : freely, easily.
expeditione : military operation, military force, expedition.
expeditus : unimpeded, unchecked /(mil.) light-armed
expello (expuli expulsum ) : to drive out, expel, force out, banish.
experior (experiri, expertus ) : to try, test, experience, prove.
expers : wanting, destitute of, not sharing in.
expetens : desirous, eager.
expeto : to demand, require / desire, strive after, make for.
expeto : to fall upon.
expilatio : plundering, taking booty.
expiscor : to fish out, find out, discover.
expleo : to make losses good/ fulfil, discharge (duties).
expleo explevi expletum : to fill, fill up, complete, finish.
expletio : satifying.
expletus : (part.) perfect, complete.
explicatus: explanation, exposition.
explico : to unfold, unroll, disentangle / explain, expound.
expono (exposui expositum ) : to set forth, explain, expose.
expositus : open, accessible, exposed.
expostulo : to demand earnestly / to make a claim.
expugno : to capture, overcome, subdue, take by storm, gain.
exquisitus : sought after, exquisite,excellent, fine, delicate.
exsequor : to execute, avenge, punish /relate, describe, explain.
exsequor exequor : to follow to the grave, follow to the end.
exsequor : to maintain, keep up, carry out, fulfill, accomplish.
exsertus exertus : project, thrust forward.
exsilium : exile, banishment.
exsisto  existo : to stand forth, arise, appear.
exsisto : to emerge, appear, exist, be
exspecto : to look for, expect, await, wait for.
exstinguo, exstingui, exstinctum : to extinguish, put out.
exsto : to stand out, be extant, appear, project, show itself.
extermino : exussum, burn down, burn, set on fire.
externus : outer, foreign, outside, external.
extollo : to lift up, raise up, erect /elevate, exalt.
extollo : to praise exaggerate /decorate, adorn.
extorqueo : to twist, wrench, dislocate /extort by force.
extra : (prep. + acc.) beyond, outside.
extraho extraxi extractum : drag out, extract, remove/
extraho : prolong, protract/ bring forward.
extraneus : outside, exraneous/ foreign, strange/ a foreigner, stranger.
extrarius : outward, external/ strange, unrelated, foreign.
extremitas : end, farthest part.
extremus : outermost, last, extreme.
extrico : disentangle, free, extricate, clear up, unravel.
extrinsecus : outwardly, externally, from the outside.
extundo : to form by beating with a hammer, invent, devise.
extundo : drive away, repel violently, extort.
exturbo : to drive away, thrust out.
exubero : to grow thickly, abound.
exulcero : to aggravate, exacerbate, irritate, make worse, embitter.
exulto : to exult, be joyful.
exululo : to howl loudly
exundo : to overflow, abound,
exuo : to lay aside, put away, store/strip, deprive.
exuro, exussum : burn down, burn, set on fire.
exustio : burning up, conflagration.
exuviae : (anything taken off) dress, clothing/ spoils, booty/ hides pelt.

e PREP ABL
out of, from; by reason of; according to; because of, as a result of;
eadem PRON 4 2 ACC P N
same, the same, the very same; also; (idem, eadem, idem);
eadem PRON 4 2 NOM P N
same, the same, the very same; also; (idem, eadem, idem);
eadem PRON 4 2 NOM S F
same, the same, the very same; also; (idem, eadem, idem);
eadem
by the same route; at the same time; likewise; same (NOM S F/ABL S F/NOM P N);
eatenus
so far;
ebenum, ebeni
ebony (wood or tree of genus Diospyrus);
ebenus, ebeni
ebony (wood or tree of genus Diospyrus);
ebibo, ebibere, ebibi, ebibitus
drink up, drain; absorb; squander;
ebiscum, ebisci
marsh mallow; (Althea officinalis); (shrubby herb, grows near salt marshes);
eblandior, eblandiri, eblanditus sum V (4th) DEP
obtain by flattery;
Eboracum, Eboraci [GXBET]
York;
eborarius, eboraria, eborarium
working/dealing in ivory;
eborarius, eborarii
worker/dealer in ivory;
eboratus, eborata, eboratum
adorned with ivory; inlaid with ivory;
eboreus, eborea, eboreum
ivory-, made of ivory; pertaining to/derived from ivory;
ebriacus, ebriaca, ebriacum
drunk, drunken, intoxicated;
ebrietas, ebrietatis
drunkenness, intoxication;
ebriolus, ebriola, ebriolum
tipsy;
ebriosus, ebriosa, ebriosum
addicted to drink;
ebrius, ebria, ebrium
drunk, intoxicated; riotous; like a drunk, exhilarated, distraught; soaked in;
ebullio, ebullire, ebullivi, ebullitus V (4th)
spout out; chatter about; burst/break/send out; [animam ~ => expire];
bubble; boil-up; produce in abundance;
ebullo, ebullare, ebullavi, ebullatus
spout out; chatter about; burst/break/send out; [animam ~ => expire];
bubble; boil-up; produce in abundance;
ebulum, ebuli
danewort, dwarf elder;
ebulus, ebuli
danewort, dwarf elder;
ebur, eboris
ivory; object/statue of ivory; curule chair (of magistrate); elephant/tusk;
eburarius, eburaria, eburarium
working/dealing in ivory;
eburarius, eburarii
worker/dealer in ivory;
eburatus, eburata, eburatum
adorned with ivory; inlaid with ivory;
ebureus, eburea, ebureum
ivory-, made of ivory; pertaining to/derived from ivory;
eburneolus, eburneola, eburneolum
made of ivory;
eburneus, eburnea, eburneum
ivory, of ivory; white as ivory, ivory-colored; [dens ~ => elephant tusk];
eburnus, eburna, eburnum
made of ivory; decorated with/made partially out of ivory; white as ivory;
Eburones, Eburonis
Eburones, tribe of north Gaul - Caesar;
ec PRON 3 1 ACC P N
these (pl.); persons/things/conditions present/here/just mentioned; +DEMONS;
ec PRON 3 1 NOM P N
these (pl.); persons/things/conditions present/here/just mentioned; +DEMONS;
ec PRON 3 1 NOM S F
this; person/thing present/just mentioned/in this place; ((h)(a)ec); +DEMONS;
ecastor INTERJ
by Castor (interjection used by women);
ecbasis, ecbasis
digression;
ecca INTERJ
Here they (neuter) are!; Behold!, Observe!, Lo!;
eccam INTERJ
Here she/it is!; Behold!, Observe!, Lo!;
eccas INTERJ
Here they (feminine) are!; Behold!, Observe!, Lo!;
ecce INTERJ
behold! see! look! there! here! [ecce eum => here he is];
eccere INTERJ
Here she/it is!; Behold!, Observe!, Lo!; There you are!;
eccillam INTERJ
There she/it is!; Behold!, Observe!, Lo!;
eccille, eccilla, eccillud PRON
that over there;
eccillud INTERJ
There it is!; Behold!, Observe!, Lo!;
eccillum INTERJ
There he/it is!; Behold!, Observe!, Lo!;
eccistam INTERJ
There she is!; Behold!, Observe!, Lo!;
ecclesia, ecclesiae [XEXAO]
church; assembly, meeting of the assembly (Greek); (Universal) Church (Dif);
ecclesialis, ecclesialis, ecclesiale
ecclesial, ecclesiastical; of/pertaining to church/clergyman;
Ecclesiastes, Ecclesiastis
Ecclesiastes, Book of Bible/OT; The Preacher;
ecclesiasticum, ecclesiastici [EEXEP]
Church rites (pl.);
ecclesiasticus, ecclesiastica, ecclesiasticum[EEXCP]
ecclesiastic, canonical, of/belonging to the Church; of book of Sirach;
ecclesiasticus, ecclesiastici [EEXDP]
churchman, ecclesiastic; church member; one of the Aeons; book of Sirach;
ecclesiola, ecclesiolae
chapel, small church;
Eccli., abb.
Ecclisiasties (abb.), Book of Bible/OT;
eccum INTERJ
Here he/it is!; Behold!, Observe!, Lo!;
ecdicus, ecdici
solicitor for a community;
ecfatum, ecfati
pronouncement (by seer), prediction; announcement; assertion/proposition/axiom;
ecfatus, ecfata, ecfatum
pronounced, designated; determined; established; proclaimed;
ecfatus, ecfatus
utterance;
ecfio, ecferi, ecfactus sum V SEMIDEP
be accomplished/completed/made/executed/done; come to pass; (efficio PASS);
ecflictim
passionately, desperately, to distraction;
ecfloresco, ecflorescere, ecflorui, -
blossom forth; burst into flower; bloom (Ecc); flourish;
ecfloro, ecflorere, ecflorui, -
blossom forth; burst into flower; bloom (Ecc); flourish;
ecfo, ecfare, ecfavi, ecfatus
demarcate in words areas/boundaries for augury signs might be observed (PASS);
ecfor, ecfari, ecfatus sum DEP
utter, say (solemn words); declare, announce, make known; speak, express;
ecfugio, ecfugere, ecfugi, ecfugitus
flee/escape; run/slip/keep away (from), eschew/avoid; baffle, escape notice;
ecfundo, ecfundere, ecfudi, ecfusus
pour out/away/off; allow to drain; shower; volley (missiles); send/stream forth;
shed (blood/tears); discharge (vomit/urine), debouch, emit; flow out, overflow;
break out; bear/yield/bring forth; expend/use up; unseat, eject/drop/discard;
stretch/spread out, extend; spread (sail); loosen/slacken/fling, give rein;
echeneis, echeneidis
sucking fish, the remora;
echidna, echidnae
serpent, viper;
echinus, echini
edible sea-urchin; copper dish;
echographia, echographiae [HSXEK]
scan;
echoos, echi
echo; (nymph); repeating words/phrases; same phrase at start and end of speech;
eclecticismus, eclecticismi
eclecticism;
eclectismus, eclectismi
eclecticism;
ecligma, ecligmatis [DBXNS]
melt-in-mouth medicine, electuary, paste of powder+honey held in mouth;
eclipsis, eclipsis
eclipse;
ecliptica, eclipticae
ecliptic;
eclipticus, ecliptica, eclipticum[XLXFS]
ecliptic; in which moon is eclipsed (astrological signs); of eclipse;
ecloga, eclogae
short poem (esp. pastoral); short passage selected from longer work, excerpt;
eclogarius, eclogarii [XGXEC]
select passages (pl.) or extracts;
ecnephias, ecnephiae
hurricane; (Pliny-allegedly formed by blasts from two clouds);
econtra
the_contrary; the_reverse;
ecquid
at all? (interog.);
ecstasia, ecstasiae
rapture; ecstasy; trance;
ecstasis, ecstasis [FEXDM]
rapture; ecstasy; trance;
ecstaticus, ecstatica, ecstaticum
ecstatic; exalted; [Doctor Ecstaticus => Denis the Carthusian];
ectenia, ecteniae [EEHFE]
ectene; (prayer in Greek liturgy);
ectheta, ecthetae [ETXFP]
balcony; gallery (Douay);
ectypus, ectypa, ectypum
in relief;
eculeus, eculei
little horse, colt; rack, instrument of torture;
edax, edacis (gen.), edacior -or -us, edacissimus -a -um
greedy, rapacious, voracious, gluttonous; devouring, consuming, destructive;
edentulus, edentula, edentulum
toothless; matured;
edepol INTERJ
by Pollux!;
edibilis, edibilis, edibile
edible;
edico, edicere, edixi, edictus
proclaim, declare; appoint;
edictalis, edictalis, edictale
by/according to (praetorian) edict;
edictum, edicti
proclamation; edict;
edisco, ediscere, edidici, -
learn by heart; commit to memory; study; get to know;
edissero, edisserere, edisserui, edissertus
set forth in full, relate at length, dwell upon; unfold, explain, tell;
edisserto, edissertare, edissertavi, edissertatus
relate, expound; explain;
editicius, editicia, editicium
announced, proposed; [w/iudices => jurors chosen by a plaintiff];
editio, editionis
publishing; edition; statement;
editor, editoris
exhibitor (puts on public entertainments); emitter (of exhalation);
editor; producer, publisher;
editus, edita -um, editior -or -us, editissimus -a -um
high, elevated; rising;
edius, edia, edium
high, lofty;
edo, edare, edidi, editus
eject/emit; put/give forth (buds); beget; bear (fruit); display/evince/exhibit;
utter solemnly; pronounce/decree (oracle); deliver (message); issue (command);
publish; disclose, tell, relate, make known; declare, make formal statement;
cause; see birth of; be birthplace/breeding ground of; debouch (river PASS);
bring forth, produce/yield (crops), give birth to (often PASS PERF VPAR);
notify of suit; nominate for jury; appoint/set (a time); bring witnesses;
present (documents for inspection; put on (play); hold (banquet); uplift;
edo, edere, edi, essus
eat/consume/devour; eat away (fire/water/disease); destroy; spend money on food;
edo, edere, edi, esus
eat/consume/devour; eat away (fire/water/disease); destroy; spend money on food;
edo, esse,
eat/consume/devour; eat away (fire/water/disease); destroy; spend money on food;
edoceo, edocere, edocui, edoctus
teach or inform thoroughly;
edolo, edolare, edolavi, edolatus
hack, hew, hew out; form by hacking; plane (Ecc);
edomo, edomare, edomui, edomitus
subdue/tame thoroughly/completely, subjugate/conquer/vanquish;
master (vices); overcome (difficulties); bring (land /plants)under cultivation;
edormio, edormire, edormivi, - V (4th)
sleep, sleep off;
edormisco, edormiscere,
sleep away/through/off; sleep one's fill;
educatio, educationis
bringing up; rearing;
educativus, educativa, educativum[FGXEE]
educational;
educator, educatoris
bringer up, tutor; foster-father;
educatrix, educatricis
nurse; foster-mother; she who nurtures/brings up; tutor/teacher (Ecc);
educo, educare, educavi, educatus
bring up; train; educate; rear;
educo, educere, eduxi, eductus
lead out; draw up; bring up; rear;
edulcoro, edulcorare, edulcoravi, edulcoratus
sweeten;
edulis, edulis, edule
edible, eatable;
edulium, eduli(i)
edibles (pl.), eatables; foodstuffs; food
edurus, edura, edurum
very hard;
edus, edi
kid, young goat; two stars in constellation Auriga (Charioteer), "The Kid";
effarcio, effarcire, -, effartus V (4th)
stuff full;
effascinatio, effascinationis
bewitching;
effatha, undeclined [EEQFE]
be thou opened; (Mark 7:34); (Aramaic);
effatum, effati
pronouncement (by seer), prediction; announcement; assertion/proposition/axiom;
effatus, effata, effatum
pronounced, designated; determined; established; proclaimed;
effatus, effatus
utterance;
effecte, effectius, effectissime
consummately, in accomplished style; in practical way; productively;
effectio, effectionis
achievement, accomplishment (of aim); efficient cause; doing/performing (Ecc);
effective[EXXEE]
effectively; productively;
effectivus, effectiva, effectivum
creative, involving product; of practical implementation; effective/productive;
effector, effectoris
author, originator, one who creates/causes; maker (Ecc); doer;
effectrix, effectricis
author/originator (feminine), she who creates/causes/effects; maker/doer (Ecc);
effectus, effectus
execution, performance; effect;
effeminatus, effeminata, effeminatum
womanish, effeminate;
effemino, effeminare, effeminavi, effeminatus
weaken, enervate, make effeminate, emasculate, unman;
efferatus, efferata -um, efferatior -or -us, efferatissimus -a -um
wild, savage, bestial, fierce, raging; resembling/typical of wild animal;
effercio, effercire, -, effertus V (4th)
stuff full;
effero, efferare, efferavi, efferatus
make wild/savage/barbaric; brutalize; exasperate;
effero, efferre, extuli, elatus V
carry out; bring out; carry out for burial; raise;
effertus, efferta -um, effertior -or -us, effertissimus -a -um
stuffed;
efferus, effera, efferum
savage, cruel, barbarous;
effervescentia, effervescentiae
effervescence;
effervesco, effervescere, efferbui, -
boil up, seethe; effervesce; become greatly excited;
effervo, effervere,
boil up or over; swarm forth;
effetha, undeclined [EEQFE]
be thou opened; (Mark 7:34); (Aramaic);
effetus, effeta, effetum
exhausted, worn out;
efficacia, efficaciae
effectiveness; efficiency; accomplishment (Ecc); power, influence; efficacy;
efficacitas, efficacitatis
effectiveness; efficiency; accomplishment (Ecc); power, influence; efficacy;
efficaciter, efficacius, efficacissime
effectually; to good effect; so as to take effect in law;
efficax, efficacis (gen.), efficacior -or -us, efficacissimus -a -um
effective, capable of filling some function; (person/medicine); legally valid;
efficiens, (gen.), efficientis[XXXDM]
efficient, effective; that gives rise to something; capable of acting/active;
efficienter
effectively; so as to produce an effect; efficiently
efficientia, efficientiae
efficient power, influence;
efficio, efficere, effeci, effectus
bring about; effect, execute, cause; accomplish; make, produce; prove;
effigia, effigiae
image, likeness, effigy; a shade, ghost; an ideal;
effigies, effigiei
copy, image, likeness, portrait; effigy, statue; ghost;
effigio, effigiare, effigiavi, effigiatus [EXXFM]
form; fashion; portray;
effingo, effingere, effinxi, effictus
fashion, form, mold; represent, portray, depict; copy; wipe away;
effio, efferi, effactus sum V SEMIDEP
be accomplished/completed/made/executed/done; come to pass; (efficio PASS);
efflagitatio, efflagitationis
urgent demand;
efflagito, efflagitare, efflagitavi, efflagitatus
request, demand, insist, ask urgently;
efflictim
passionately, desperately, to distraction;
effligo, effligere, efflixi, efflictus
destroy;
efflo, efflare, efflavi, efflatus
blow or breathe out; breathe one's last;
effloresco, efflorescere, efflorui, -
blossom forth; burst into flower; bloom (Ecc); flourish;
effloro, efflorere, efflorui, -
blossom forth; burst into flower; bloom (Ecc); flourish;
effluo, effluere, effluxi, -
flow out, flow forth; disappear, vanish, escape; be forgotten;
effluvium, effluvii
flowing out, outlet;
effluxus, effluxa, effluxum
lapsed; past (time);
effo, effare, effavi, effatus
demarcate in words areas/boundaries for augury signs might be observed (PASS);
effodio, effodere, effodi, effossus
dig out, excavate; gouge out;
effor, effari, effatus sum DEP
utter, say (solemn words); declare, announce, make known; speak, express;
efformatio, efformationis
formation; shape;
efformo, efformare, efformavi, efformatus
form, shape, fashion;
effractura, effracturae
break-in;
effrenatus, effrenata, effrenatum
unbridled; unrestrained, unruly, headstrong, violent; freed from/not subject t;
effreno, effrenare, effrenavi, effrenatus
unbridle, let loose; remove or slacken the reins of a horse;
effrenus, effrena, effrenum
unbridled; unrestrained, unruly, headstrong, violent; freed from/not subject t;
effringo, effringere, effregi, effractus
break open; smash; break in;
effrons, (gen.), effrontis
shameless, brazen; bold; insulting;
effugatio, effugationis
driving away; putting to flight; driving into exile;
effugio, effugere, effugi, effugitus
flee/escape; run/slip/keep away (from), eschew/avoid; baffle, escape notice;
effugium, effugi(i)
flight; way of escape;
effugo, effugare, effugavi, effugatus
drive away (from); frighten off, deter; drive/send into exile;
effulgeo, effulgere, effulsi, -
shine forth, glitter; be or become conspicuous;
effultus, effulta, effultum
propped up, supported (by);
effundo, effundere, effudi, effusus
pour out/away/off; allow to drain; shower; volley (missiles); send/stream forth;
shed (blood/tears); discharge (vomit/urine), debouch, emit; flow out, overflow;
break out; bear/yield/bring forth; expend/use up; unseat, eject/drop/discard;
stretch/spread out, extend; spread (sail); loosen/slacken/fling, give rein;
effuse, effusius, effusissime
over a wide area, extensively; freely, in a disorderly manner; lavishly;
effusio, effusionis
outpouring, shedding; profusion, lavishness, extravagance, excess;
effusus, effusa -um, effusior -or -us, effusissimus -a -um
vast, wide, sprawling; disheveled, loose (hair/reins); disorderly; extravagant;
effutio, effutire, effutivi, effutitus
blurt out; blab, babble, prate, chatter; utter foolishly/irresponsibly;
effuttio, effuttire, effuttivi, effuttitus
blurt out; blab, babble, prate, chatter; utter foolishly/irresponsibly;
effutuo, effutuere, effutui, effututus
wear out with sexual intercourse; squander on debauchery;
egelidus, egelida, egelidum
lukewarm, tepid;
egens, (gen.), egentis
needy, poor, in want of; very poor, destitute (of);
egenus, egena, egenum
in want of, destitute of;
egeo, egere, egui, -
need (w/GEN/ABL), lack, want; require, be without;
egero, egerere, egessi, egestus
carry or bear out, discharge, utter;
egestas, egestatis
need, poverty, extreme poverty; lack, want;
egloga, eglogae
short poem (esp. pastoral); short passage selected from longer work, excerpt;
ego, mei PRON PERS
I, me;
egoismus, egoismi
selfishness;
egoista, egoistae
egoist;
egoisticus, egoistica, egoisticum
egotistical; selfish;
egredior, egredi, egressus sum DEP
go/march/come out; set sail; land, disembark; surpass, go beyond;
egregie
excellently, admirably well; signally/remarkably, to outstanding degree;
egregius, egregia, egregium
singular; distinguished; exceptional; extraordinary; eminent; excellent;
egressio, egressionis
digression (rhetoric); action of going out;
egressus, egressus
landing place; egress; departure; flight; landing; mouth (of a river);
egritudo, egritudinis [FBXEM]
sickness; disease; mental illness; [~ regis => king's evil/scrofula];
ehem INTERJ
oho! well well!;
eheu INTERJ
alas! (exclamation of grief/pain/fear);
ehoi INTERJ
hurrah! (exclamation of happiness);
ei INTERJ
Ah! Woe!, oh dear, alas; (of grief or fear);
eia INTERJ
how now!, Ha, Good, see! (of joy); see!, Quick! (of urgency/astonishment);
eicio, eicere, eici, eictus
accomplish, perform, bring about, cause;
eicio, eicere, ejeci, ejectus
cast/throw/fling/drive out/up, extract, expel, discharge, vomit; out (tongue);
eiero, eierare, eieravi, eieratus
refuse upon/reject by oath; abjure, resign, abdicate, renounce;
eileton, eileti [FEHFE]
corporal (in Greek rite);
einlatus, einlatus
wailing, shrieking;
ejaculor, ejaculari, ejaculatus sum DEP
shoot forth, spout forth, discharge;
ejectamentum, ejectamenti
ejecta, that which is thrown/cast up/out;
ejectio, ejectionis
banishment/exile, expulsion from one's country; spitting (of blood); ejection;
ejecto, ejectare, ejectavi, ejectatus
cast out;
ejectus, ejectus
expulsion, driving out; banishment/exile (Ecc);
ejicio, ejicere, ejeci, ejectus
cast/throw/fling/drive out/up, extract, expel, discharge, vomit; out (tongue);
ejulabundus, ejulabunda, ejulabundum
abandoned to wailing/lamentation;
ejulatio, ejulationis
wailing, lamentation;
ejulatus, ejulatus
wailing, lamentation;
ejulo, ejulare, ejulavi, ejulatus
wail, lament;
ejuro, ejurare, eiuravi, eiuratus
abjure; resign; reject on oath (of a judge); forswear, disown;
ejusmodi
of this sort; of such kind; [et ~ => and the like];
ektheta, ekthetae [ETXFP]
balcony; gallery (Douay);
elabor, elabi, elapsus sum DEP
slip away; escape; elapse;
elaboratio, elaborationis
painstaking/persevering effort; elaboration (Ecc);
elaboro, elaborare, elaboravi, elaboratus
take pains, exert oneself; bestow care on;
elamentabilis, elamentabilis, elamentabile
very lamentable;
elanguens, (gen.), elanguentis
growing weak; drooping, flagging; slackening, relaxing;
elanguesco, elanguescere, elangui, -
begin to lose one's vigor, droop, flag; slacken, relax;
elapsus, elapsus
lapse;
elargio, elargire, -, elargitus
bestow freely upon; give out, distribute (Ecc);
elasticitas, elasticitatis
elasticity; springiness;
elasticus, elastica, elasticum
elastic;
elata, elatae
spray;
elate, elatius, elatissime
haughtily, proudly; insolently; in a grand/lofty style of speech/writing;
elater, elateris
spring;
elaterium, elaterii
cucumber juice; medicine from wild cucumber;
elatio, elationis
glorification/extolling/lifting; (ceremonial) carrying out; ecstasy; exaltation;
elatus, elata -um, elatior -or -us, elatissimus -a -um
raised, reaching high level; head high, proudly erect; sublime/exalted/grand;
electa, electae [FLXEE]
candidate, one chosen;
electarium, electarii [EBXFQ]
melt-in-mouth medicine, electuary, paste of powder+honey held in mouth
electio, electionis
choice, selection; election; E:election to salvation (Ecc);
electissimus, electissimi
elite;
electivus, electiva, electivum[XLXEE]
elective;
elector, electoris [FLXDE]
elector;
electricitas, electricitatis [HXXEK]
electricity;
electricus, electrica, electricum[GSXDE]
electric;
electrificatio, electrificationis [HXXEK]
electrification;
electrificina, electrificinae [HXXEK]
powerhouse;
electrifico, electrificare, electrificavi, electrificatus [HXXEK]
electrify;
electrinus, electrina, electrinum
amber-colored;
electrisatio, electrisationis [HXXEK]
electrification;
electriso, electrisare, electrisavi, electrisatus [HXXEK]
charge;
electrochemia, electrochemiae [HSXEK]
electrochemistry;
electrochemicus, electrochemica, electrochemicum
electro-chemical;
electroconvulsio, electroconvulsionis [HBXEK]
electroshock;
electroda, electrodae
electrode;
electrodus, electrodi
electrode;
electrolysis, electrolysis
electrolysis;
electrolyticus, electrolytica, electrolyticum
electrolytic;
electrolytum, electrolyti
electrolyte;
electromagneticus, electromagnetica, electromagneticum[HSXEK]
electromagnetic;
electromagnetismus, electromagnetismi [HSXEK]
electromagnetism;
electrometrum, electrometri
electricity meter;
electronica, electronicae [HXXEK]
electronic;
electronicus, electronica, electronicum[HSXEK]
electronic;
electroscopium, electroscopii
electroscope;
electrostaticus, electrostatica, electrostaticum[HSXEK]
electrostatic;
electrotechnica, electrotechnicae [HSXEK]
electrotechnique;
electrotechnicus, electrotechnici [HSXEK]
electrician;
electrotherapia, electrotherapiae [HBXEK]
electrotherapy;
electrum, electri
electrum (alloy of gold and silver); amber; electron
electuarium, electuarii [EBXFQ]
melt-in-mouth medicine, electuary, paste of powder+honey held in mouth
electum, electi
dainties (pl.), choice bits;
electus, electa, electum
chosen, select, picked; choice;
eleemosyna, eleemosynae
alms, almshouse; gift to a church, religious foundation; pity; (act of) mercy;
elefantus, elefanti
elephant; ivory; large variety of lobster, large sea creature; elephantiasis;
elegans, (gen.), elegantis
elegant, fine, handsome; tasteful; fastidious, critical; discriminating, polite;
eleganter, elegantius, elegantissime
elegantly, attractively; properly/rightly, w/correct taste/conduct; neatly;
elegantia, elegantiae
elegance; niceness; taste; politeness;
elegeia, elegeiae
elegy;
elegia, elegiae
elegy;
elegus, elegi
elegiac verses (pl.), elegy;
eleison, undeclined V [EEHDE]
have mercy (upon us); (Greek imperative);
elelisphacos, elelisphaci
sage ;
elementaris, elementaris, elementare
elementary, rudimentary; engaged in learning rudiments;
elementarius, elementaria, elementarium
elementary, rudimentary; engaged in learning rudiments;
elementum, elementi
elements (pl.); rudiments, beginnings; kinds of matter (earth/air/fire/water);
element, origin; first principle;
elemosina, elemosinae [EEXEB]
alms, almshouse; gift to a church, religious foundation; pity; (act of) mercy;
elemosyna, elemosynae [DEXEW]
alms, almshouse; gift to a church, religious foundation; pity; (act of) mercy;
elenchus, elenchi
pearl pendant worn as an earring;
elephans, elephantis
elephant; ivory; large variety of lobster, large sea creature; elephantiasis;
elephantus, elephanti
elephant; ivory; large variety of lobster, large sea creature; elephantiasis;
elephas, elephantis
elephant; ivory; large variety of lobster, large sea creature; elephantiasis;
elevatio, elevationis [EXXDX]
raising, lifting up;
elevo, elevare, elevavi, elevatus
lift up, raise; alleviate; lessen; make light of;
eleyson, undeclined V [EEHDX]
have mercy (upon us); (Greek imperative);
Eli INTERJ [EEQFE]
My God; [Eli Eli lama sabacthani => My God, my God why hast thou forsaken me];
elicio, elicere, elicui, elicitus
draw/pull out/forth, entice, elicit, coax;
elido, elidere, elisi, elisus
strike or dash out; expel; shatter; crush out; strangle; destroy;
eligibilis, eligibile, eligibilior -or -us, eligibilissimus -a -um
desirable; eligible;
eligo, eligere, elegi, electus
pick out, choose;
elimate
clearly, exactly;
eliminator, eliminatoris
purifier, cleanser;
elimino, eliminare, eliminavi, eliminatus
carry out of doors; [w/dicta => to blab];
elimo, elimare, elimavi, elimatus
make/remove by filing; polish w/file; file off; produce/write w/care/polish;
elingo, elingere, elinxi, elinctus
lick clean; lick up (Ecc);
elinguis, elinguis, elingue[XGXEC]
speechless or without eloquence;
eliquatorius, eliquatoria, eliquatorium
elegant; refined;
eliquo, eliquare, eliquavi, eliquatus
refine (an industrial product);
elitismus, elitismi
elitism;
elix, elicis
furrow in grainfield for draining off water (usu. pl.), trench, drain, ditch;
elixus, elixa, elixum
boiled; (of meat);
elleborum, ellebori
hellebore (plant); (considered a remedy for madness);
elleborus, ellebori
hellebore (plant); (considered a remedy for madness);
ellipsois, ellipsoidis
ellipsoid;
ellipticus, elliptica, ellipticum
elliptic;
elluor, elluari, elluatus sum DEP
spend immoderately (eating/luxuries); be a glutton/gormandize; squander;
elocutio, elocutionis [XGXEC]
oratorical delivery, elocution;
elocutus, elocuta, elocutum
declared, uttered; out spoken;
elogium, elogii
clause added to will/codicil; written particulars on prisoner; inscription;
Eloi INTERJ [EEQFE]
My God; (Aramaic);
elonginquo, elonginquare, elonginquavi, elonginquatus
remove;
elongo, elongare, elongavi, elongatus [EXXCS]
withdraw, depart; remove; keep aloof;
elopsellops, elopsellopis
fish (perhaps sturgeon);
eloquens, eloquentis (gen.), eloquentior -or -us, eloquentissimus -a -um
eloquent, expressing thoughts fluently/forcefully; articulate, able in speech;;
eloquenter, eloquentius, eloquentissime
eloquently;
eloquentia, eloquentiae
eloquence;
eloquium, eloqui(i)
eloquence; speech, utterance/word; manner of speaking, diction; pronouncement;
eloquor, eloqui, elocutus sum DEP
speak out, utter;
eluceo, elucere, eluxi, -
shine forth; show itself; be manifest;
elucesco, elucescere, [EXXEE]
begin to be light; shine forth (Erasmus);
elucido, elucidare, elucidavi, elucidatus
light; enlighten;
eluctor, eluctari, eluctatus sum DEP
force a way through; surmount a difficulty;
elucubro, elucubrare, elucubravi, elucubratus
compose at night; burn the midnight oil over, spend the night working;
elucubror, elucubrari, elucubratus sum DEP
compose at night; burn the midnight oil over, spend the night working;
eludo, eludere, elusi, elusus
elude, escape from; parry; baffle; cheat; frustrate; mock, make fun of;
elul, undeclined
Elul; sixth month of the Jewish ecclesiastical year;
elumbis, elumbis, elumbe
weak, feeble;
eluo, eluere, elui, elutus
wash clean; wash away, clear oneself (of);
elutorius, elutoria, elutorium
washing;
eluvies, eluviei
flowing out, discharge; a flowing over, flood;
eluvio, eluvionis
inundation;
elytrum, elytri
elytron; outer wing;
em INTERJ
there! (of wonder); here!;
emaculo, emaculare, emaculavi, emaculatus
cleanse of stains/spots, make clean; heal; correct/clear from faults (Erasmus);
emanatio, emanationis
emanation;
emancipatio, emancipationis
emancipation; release from patria potestas; conveyance/transfer of property;
emancipatus, emancipata, emancipatum[XLXEE]
emancipated, freed;
emancipo, emancipare, emancipavi, emancipatus
emancipate (son from his father's authority); alienate; make subservient;
emaneo, emanere, emansi, emansus INTRANS
stay away (from); stay out/beyond; absent oneself;
emano, emanare, emanavi, emanatus
flow out; arise, emanate from, become known;
emarceo, emarcere, emarcui, - INTRANS
decay, wither;
emarcesco, emarcescere, emarcui, -
shrink/decay/wither/dwindle/pine away; disappear [~ cor meum => fainted];
emax, (gen.), emacis
fond/overfond of buying;
embamma, embammatis
sauce;
emblem, emblematis [XTXEC]
inlaid or mosaic work;
emblema, emblematis
mosaic, inlayed pavement; inlaid relief in bowl; tile/pane; emblem/device (Ecc);
marquetry;
emblematicus, emblematica, emblematicum
of emblems; checky, with checks (heraldry) (Latham);
emboliaria, emboliariae [XDXES]
interlude actress;
embolismus, embolismi
insertion; (in literary work);
embolium, embolii
dramatic interlude, entr'acte; insertion (in literary work); episode (Ecc);
embolum, emboli
beak of ship; ram;
embolus, emboli
piston;
embryo, embryonis
embryo;
embryotomia, embryotomiae [EBHFP]
cutting up fetus (in womb);
embryulcia, embryulciae [EBHFP]
extraction of fetus; (abortion);
embryulcus, embryulci [EBHFP]
forceps, instrument for extracting fetus;
emendatio, emendationis
correction, removal of errors; amendment; criticism; improvement; amends;
emendico, emendicare, emendicavi, emendicatus
beg, solicit, obtain by begging;
emendo, emendare, emendavi, emendatus
correct, emend, repair; improve, free from errors;
ementior, ementiri, ementitus sum V (4th) DEP
lie, feign, falsify, invent;
emercor, emercari, emercatus sum DEP
bribe; win (over) by bribing; win/buy up/procure favors by bribes;
emereo, emerere, emerui, emeritus
earn, obtain by service, merit, deserve; emerge; complete/serve out one's time;
emereor, emereri, emeritus sum DEP
earn, obtain by service, merit, deserve; emerge; complete/serve out one's time;
emergo, emergere, emersi, emersus
rise up out of the water, emerge; escape; appear; arrive;
emerita, emeritae
retired woman;
emeritum, emeriti
pension; pension given to discharged soldiers; veteran's reward;
emeritus, emerita, emeritum
past service, worn/burnt out, unfit; veteran; that has finished work; deserving;
emeritus, emeriti
discharged veteran, soldier who has completed his service, exempt; retired man;
emetior, emetiri, emensus sum V (4th) DEP
measure out; pass through;
emico, emicare, emicui, emicatus
leap/dash/bolt/jump/spurt/burst/break/shine out; spring/dart/shoot forth/up;
appear suddenly/quickly; make sudden movement up/out; give a jump; stand out;
emigro, emigrare, emigravi, emigratus
move out; depart;
eminens, eminentis (gen.), eminentior -or -us, eminentissimus -a -um
eminent/distinguished/notable; lofty/towering; prominent/projecting; foreground;
eminenter, eminentius, eminentissime
highly; eminently; of higher/noble birth;
eminentia, eminentiae
pre-eminence, superiority; prominence/projection; protuberance; foreground;
eminence, excellence, standing out; title of a cardinal;
eminentissimus, eminentissima, eminentissimum
most eminent; [~ vir, abb. E.V. => honorific title of praetorian perfects];
emineo, eminere, eminui, -
stand out; be prominent/preeminent, excel; project;
eminulus, eminula, eminulum
slightly projecting (eg. teeth);
eminus
at/from a distance/long range/afar; beyond sword reach, a spear's throw off;
emiror, emirari, emiratus sum DEP
wonder greatly at;
emissarium, emissari(i)
channel for surplus water, drain; outlet for morbid matter (medical);
emissarium, emissarii
exhaust pipe;
emissarius, emissari(i)
emissary. agent, person sent on particular mission; side-shoot left (vine);
emissicius, emissicia, emissicium
sent out as emissary or spy;
emissio, emissionis
emission (rays); discharging (missiles); releasing (captives); emitting;
making religious profession; sending out; letting go; [in ~ => in exile];
emissorium, emissorii
emitter;
emissorius, emissoria, emissorium
emitting;
emistrum, emistri
emitter;
emitto, emittere, emisi, emissus
hurl; let go; utter; send out; drive; force; cast; discharge; expel; publish;
Emmanuel, undeclined
Emmanuel, God with us;
emo, emere, additional, forms V
buy; gain, acquire, obtain;
emo, emere, emi, emptus
buy; gain, acquire, obtain;
emoderor, emoderari, emoderatus sum DEP
soothe, restrain; (passion);
emodulor, emodulari, emodulatus sum DEP
set (poetry) to a certain rhythm;
emolior, emoliri, emolitus sum V (4th) DEP
achieve, carry through (hard task); remove w/effort; force/heave out/up;
emollio, emollire, emollivi, emollitus V (4th)
soften; enervate, mellow;
emolumentum, emolumenti
advantage, benefit;
emoneo, emonere, emonui, emonitus
exhort; admonish earnestly; warn (Ecc);
emorior, emori, emortuus sum DEP
die, die off, perish; die out; decease, pass away;
emortualis, emortualis, emortuale
pertaining to death; [dies ~ => day of one's death; campana ~ => death knell];
emoveo, emovere, emovi, emotus
move away, remove, dislodge;
empathia, empathiae
empathy;
emphasis, emphasos/is [XGXES]
emphasis; stress;
emphatice
emphatically; bombastically;
emphaticus, emphatica, emphaticum
emphatic; grandiloquent;
emphyteusis, emphyteuseos/is
emphyteusis (permanent land tenure for farming/rent); E:lease on church goods;
emphyteuta, emphyteutae [EEXFE]
lessee; (of church goods);
emphyteuta, emphyteutae
permanent land tenant; lessee in tenure of emphytensis;
emphyteuticus, emphyteutica, emphyteuticum
pertaining to emphyteusis (tenure for farming/rent or lease on church goods);
emphyteutis, emphyteutos/is
permanent land tenure;
empiricus, empirica, empiricum
empirical;
empiricus, empirici
unscientific physician, empiric;
empirismus, empirismi
empiricism;
emplastra, emplastrae
plaster/bandage; piece of bark used in budding, "shield"/"scutcheon";
emplastro, emplastrare, emplastravi, emplastratus
bud (trees);
emplastrum, emplastri
plaster/bandage; piece of bark used in budding, "shield"/"scutcheon";
emporeticus, emporetica, emporeticum
wrapping; enclosing;
emporium, empori(i)
center/place of trade, market town; market, mart;
empticius, empticia, empticium
purchased, bought, obtained by purchase;
emptio, emptionis
purchase/acquisition, thing bought; deed of purchase; act of buying/purchasing;
emptor, emptoris
buyer, purchaser;
empyreus, empyrea, empyreum
fiery;
empyrius, empyria, empyrium
fiery;
emulsio, emulsionis
emulsion;
emuncte
subtly; finely;
emunctio, emunctionis
wiping of the nose;
emunctorium, emunctorii
snuffer (for trimming candles and lamps);
emundatio, emundationis
cleansing, cleaning;
emundo, emundare, emundavi, emundatus
clean thoroughly, free of dirt/impurity; make quite clean cleanse/purify;
emungo, emungere, emunxi, emunctus
wipe the nose; trick, swindle;
emunio, emunire, emunivi, emunitus V (4th)
fortify; make roads through;
en INTERJ
behold! see! lo! here! hey! look at this!;
enarmonicon, enarmonici [DDHES]
enharmonic; (kind of melody in Greek music);
enarmonicus, enarmonica, enarmonicum[DDHES]
enharmonic; (of kind of melody in Greek music);
enarmonion, enarmonii [DDHES]
enharmonic; (kind of melody in Greek music);
enarmonius, enarmonia, enarmonium[DDHES]
enharmonic; (of kind of melody in Greek music);
enarrabilis, enarrabilis, enarrabile
that may be described or explained;
enarratio, enarrationis
recounting; exposition/setting forth; detailed interpretation; conversation;
detailed-exposition; reckoning; G:scanning;
enarro, enarrare, enarravi, enarratus
describe; explain/relate in detail;
enascor, enascari, enatus sum DEP
sprout/spring forth, arise/be born out of something by natural growth; (day);
enato, enatare, enatavi, enatatus
escape by swimming;
enavigo, enavigare, enavigavi, enavigatus
sail forth/away, put out to sea; sail clear (of obstacles) sail across; swim;
encaenio, encaeniare, encaeniavi, encaeniatus
consecrate; put on something new;
encaenium[FXXFY]
by mistake;
encaenium, encaenii [FEXEF]
consecration; dedication; festival;
Encaenium, Encaenii [EEXFS]
Feast of the Dedication of the Temple (pl.); (Jewish);
Encenium, Encenii [EEXFW]
Feast of the Dedication of the Temple (pl.); (Jewish);
encephalitis, encephalitidis [HBXEK]
encephalitis;
encephalopathia, encephalopathiae [HBXEK]
encephalopathy; disease of the brain in general;
enchiridion, enchiridii
manual; handbook;
encolpismus, encolpismi [EBXFP]
vaginal douche; clyster, enema;
encolpium, encolpii
medal (worn on neck);
encomboma, encombomatis
apron;
encyclicus, encyclica, encyclicum
general/universal; circular; [~ epistula => encyclical letter/Papal doctrine];
encyclopaedia, encyclopaediae
encyclopedia;
endivia, endiviae
endive;
endromis, endromidis
rough cloak worn after exercise;
eneco, enecare, enecavi, enecatus
kill/slay; deprive of life; kill off; exhaust/wear out, plague/torture to death;
eneco, enecare, enecui, enectus
kill/slay; deprive of life; kill off; exhaust/wear out, plague/torture to death;
enema, enematis [XBXEP]
enema, clyster; injection;
energia, energiae
energy; efficiency;
energumenus, energumena, energumenum
possessed by a devil;
enervis, enervis, enerve
powerless, weak; nerveless, feeble, languid; limp/slack/not taut (objects);
enerviter
weakly, feebly; limply, languidly;
enervo, enervare, enervavi, enervatus
weaken, enervate; make effeminate; deprive of vigor; cut/remove sinews from;
enervus, enerva, enervum
powerless, weak; nerveless, feeble, languid; limp/slack/not taut (objects);
enharmonicon, enharmonici [DDHES]
enharmonic; (kind of melody in Greek music);
enharmonicos, enharmonici [FDHFZ]
enharmonic; (of kind of melody in Greek music);
enharmonicus, enharmonica, enharmonicum[DDHES]
enharmonic; (of kind of melody in Greek music);
enharmonios, enharmonii [FDHFZ]
enharmonic; (of kind of melody in Greek music);
enharmonius, enharmonia, enharmonium[DDHES]
enharmonic; (of kind of melody in Greek music);
enhydris, enhydridis
water-snake ;
enico, enicare, enicavi, enicatus
kill/slay; deprive of life; kill off; exhaust/wear out, plague/torture to death;
enico, enicare, enicui, enictus
kill/slay; deprive of life; kill off; exhaust/wear out, plague/torture to death;
enigma, enigmatis [FXXCE]
puzzle, enigma, riddle, obscure expression/saying;
enim
namely (postpos.); indeed; in fact; for; I mean, for instance, that is to say;
enimvero
to be sure, certainly; well, upon by word; but, on the other hand; what is more;
eniteo, enitere, enitui, -
shine forth/out; be outstanding/conspicuous;
enitesco, enitescere, enitui, -
become bright, gleam; stand out;
enitor, eniti, enisus sum DEP
bring forth, bear, give birth to; struggle upwards, mount, climb, strive;
enitor, eniti, enixus sum DEP
bring forth, bear, give birth to; struggle upwards, mount, climb, strive;
enixe, enixius, enixissime
earnestly, assiduously, with strenuous efforts;
eno, enare, enavi, enatus
swim out;
enodate, enodatius, enodatissime
clearly; plainly;
enodatio, enodationis
untying; explanation;
enodis, enodis, enode
without knots; smooth;
enodo, enodare, enodavi, enodatus
make clear;
enormis, enormis, enorme
irregular; ill-fitting, shapeless; immense, huge, enormous; unusually large;
enormiter
irregularly; unsymmetrically; enormously (Ecc); immoderately; unusually;
ens, entis [FEXDF]
being; something having esse/existence; (basic concept of St. Thomas Aquinas);
ensicula, ensiculae
opener; [ensiculus chartorum => letter opener);
ensifer, ensifera, ensiferum[XXXDV]
sword-bearing;
ensiger, ensigera, ensigerum[XXXDV]
sword-bearing;
ensis, ensis
sword;
entheca, enthecae
hoard; store; magazine;
enthusiasmus, enthusiasmi
enthusiasm;
enthusiasticus, enthusiastica, enthusiasticum
enthusiastic;
enthymema, enthymematis [XGXEC]
thought, line of thought, argument; kind of syllogism;
entitas, entitatis [FEXEF]
character/nature of being; (relation establishing that thing exists);
entity; existence;
entitativus, entitativa, entitativum
of nature/character of a being;
entomologia, entomologiae
entomology;
entomologus, entomologi
entomologist;
enubilo, enubilare, enubilavi, enubilatus
make clear;
enubo, enubere, enupsi, enuptus
marry out of ones rank/outside one's community (women); marry and leave home;
enucleatio, enucleationis
elucidation;
enucleatus, enucleata, enucleatum
straightforward, simple, clear, plain;
enucleo, enucleare, enucleavi, enucleatus
take out the kernel/nut, shell; explain in detail;
enumeratio, enumerationis
enumeration, act of listing; recapitulation/summing up; argument by elimination;
enumero, enumerare, enumeravi, enumeratus
count up, pay out; specify, enumerate;
enuntiabilis, enuntiabilis, enuntiabile
utterable;
enuntiatio, enuntiationis
assertion/declaration; phrase/expression; specification; pronunciation;
enuntiatio, enuntiationis
proposition
enuntio, enuntiare, enuntiavi, enuntiatus
reveal; say; disclose; report; speak out, express, declare;
enuntio, enuntiare, enuntiavi, enuntiatus
reveal/divulge/make known/disclose; speak out, express/state/assert; articulate;
enutrio, enutrire, enutrivi, enutritus
nurture, rear (offspring);
enzymum, enzymi
enzyme;
eo
therefore, for that reason, consequently; by that degree; so much the more/less;
there, to/toward that place; in that direction; to that object/point/stage;
eo, eare, evi, etus
go, walk; march, advance; pass; flow; pass (time); ride; be in the middle;
eo, ire, ivi(ii), itus V
go, walk; march, advance; pass; flow; pass (time); ride; sail;
eodem PRON 4 2 ABL S X
same, the same, the very same; also; (idem, eadem, idem);
eodem
to the same place/purpose;
Eosos, Eosi
dawn; Dawn (personified); the_Orient;
Eous, Eoa, Eoum
eastern; of the dawn; belonging to/of/set in the morning;
Eous, Eoi
morning star; Oriental, dweller in the east; one of the horses of the Sun;
eparchia, eparchiae [EEHFE]
eparchy, diocese (in Eastern Church);
epastus, epasta, epastum
eaten up;
ephebeum, ephebei
hall in gymnasium for the use of adolescents/teens; school (Ecc); college;
ephebia, ephebiae [EGXEE]
school for youth;
ephebiceus, ephebicea, ephebiceum
suitable for adolescent/teen boy(s);
ephebus, ephebi
boy (Greek) at age of puberty; youth; adolescent (age 18-20 by Athenian law);
ephemeris, ephemeridis
journal, diary; newspaper
Ephesius, Ephesia, Ephesium[AXQCO]
of/from/belonging to Ephesus (city in Asia Minor), Ephesian;
Ephesos, Ephesi [AXQCO]
Ephesus, city in Asia Minor (w/temple of Artemis/a 7 wonder);
Ephesus, Ephesi [AXQCO]
Ephesus, city in Asia Minor (w/temple of Artemis/a 7 wonder);
ephi, undeclined [EEQFE]
ephah, Jewish dry measure; (ten gomor, over twenty bushels);
ephippiatus, ephippiata, ephippiatum
riding with a saddle;
ephippium, ephippi(i)
pad saddle, horse blanket (to ride on);
ephod, undeclined [DEQES]
part of clothing of a Jewish priest;
ephoebias, ephoebiae [EXXFW]
body of youth; group of adolescent boys;
ephoebus, ephoebi [EXXFW]
boy (Greek) at age of puberty; youth; adolescent (age 18-20 by Athenian law);
ephorus, ephori [XLHEC]
ephor, a Spartan magistrate;
ephphatha, undeclined [EEQFE]
be thou opened; (Mark 7:34); (Aramaic);
ephpheta, undeclined [EEQFE]
be thou opened; (Mark 7:34); (Aramaic);
Ephratheus, Ephrathei
Ephramite, member of the Israel tribe of Ephraim;
epibaticus, epibatica, epibaticum
of travelers;
epichirema, epichirematis
type of argument;
epicinium, epicini(i) [EXXFW]
aftermath, afterwards; (victory);
epiclesis, epiclesis
invocation; calling down; summoning;
epicopus, epicopa, epicopum
provided with oars;
epicrocus, epicroca, epicrocum
transparent, fine;
Epicureus, Epicurea, Epicureum[XSHEO]
Epicurean, belonging to the Epicureans, following philosopher Epicurus;
Epicureus, Epicurei [XSHEO]
Epicurean, one belonging to the Epicureans, follower philosopher Epicurus;
Epicurius, Epicuria, Epicurium[XSHEO]
Epicurean, belonging to the Epicureans, following philosopher Epicurus;
Epicurius, Epicurii [XSHEO]
Epicurean, one belonging to the Epicureans, follower philosopher Epicurus;
epicus, epica, epicum
epic;
epicyclus, epicycli
epicycle; small circle centered on perimeter of larger circle;
epidemia, epidemiae
epidemic;
epidicticus, epidictica, epidicticum
for display;
epidipnis, epidipnidis
dessert;
epigonation, epigonatii [FEHFE]
ornament on bishop's cincture in Greek rite;
epigramma, epigrammatis
inscription/epitaph; short poem/epigram; mark tattooed on criminal;
epigramma, epigrammatos/is [XPXDO]
inscription/epitaph; short poem/epigram; mark tattooed on criminal;
epigrammatum, epigrammati
inscription/epitaph; short poem/epigram; mark tattooed on criminal; (DAT/ABL P);
epigraphia, epigraphiae
epigraphy;
epigraphicus, epigraphica, epigraphicum
epigraphic;
epigraphista, epigraphistae
epigraphist;
epilempsia, epilempsiae [EBXEP]
epilepsy;
epilempsis, epilempsis [EBXEP]
epilepsy;
epilempticus, epilemptica, epilempticum[EBXEP]
epileptic, suffering from epilepsy; of/pertaining to epilepsy;
epilepsia, epilepsiae [EBXEP]
epilepsy;
epilepticus, epileptica, epilepticum[EBXEP]
epileptic, suffering from epilepsy; of/pertaining to epilepsy;
epilogus, epilogi
conclusion, peroration, epilogue;
epimanikon, epimaniki [EEHFE]
maniple in Greek rite; a Eucharistic vestment;
epimedion, epimedii
staircase-rail;
epimenium, epimenii
month's rations (pl.);
epinicion, epinicii
song of victory;
epinicium, epinicii
song of victory;
epinikion, epinikii [EXXFW]
song of victory;
Epiphania, Epiphaniae
Epiphany, 12th Night, feast of three Kings/Magi; manifestation; plane surface;
epiphonus, epiphoni [EDXFE]
second of two musical notes and smaller than first;
epiphora, epiphorae [XBXES]
flowing, afflux; running down/defluxion of humors; repetition;
epiredium, epiredii
strap by which a horse was fastened to a vehicle; a trace;
episcopalis, episcopalis, episcopale
episcopal, of a bishop;
episcopaliter
in episcopal fashion;
episcopatus, episcopatus
bishopric; episcopate; bishop's office/dignity/see; overseer; post of authority;
episcopium, episcopii [EEXDE]
bishop's see; bishop's residence;
episcopus, episcopi [EEXAE]
bishop; patriarch; [~ castrensis => military bishop; ~ chori => choir director];
episema, episematis [FDXFE]
tail on note in music to show prolongation;
epistola, epistolae
letter/dispatch/written communication; imperial rescript; epistle; preface;
epistolaris, epistolaris, epistolare
of/concerned with letter/letters; epistulary;
Epistolarium, Epistolarii
book of Epistles;
epistolella, epistolellae
short epistle;
epistolium, epistolii
note, short letter;
epistula, epistulae
letter/dispatch/written communication; imperial rescript; epistle; preface;
epistularis, epistularis, epistulare
of/concerned with letter/letters; epistulary;
epistylium, epistylii
architrave, crossbeam on/between columns; architrave+frieze+cornice; capital;
epitaphium, epitaphii
funeral oration;
epithalamium, epithalamii
nuptial song;
epitheca, epithecae
addition;
epitheton, epitheti [XGXES]
epithet; adjective;
epitoma, epitomae
epitome, abridgement;
epitome, epitomes
epitome, abridgement;
epitomo, epitomare, epitomavi, epitomatus
abridge, epitomize;
epitonium, epitonii
faucet;
epitrachelion, epitrachelii [EEXFE]
stole;
epitritos, epitriti [XPXEO]
epitrite, metrical foot with one short and three longs;
epitritos, epitritos, epitriton[XPXEO]
four-thirds, having ratio 4:3;
epitritus, epitrita, epitritum[FPXEZ]
four-thirds, having ratio 4:3;
epitropous, epitropoi
factor; steward;
epizootia, epizootiae
epizootic disease, one temporarily prevalent among animals; (cattle plague);
epogdoos, epogdoos, epogdoon[DDXES]
nine-eighths; (music); whole and eighth;
epogdous, epogdoa, epogdoum[DDXES]
nine-eighths; (music); whole and eighth;
epops, epopis
hoopoe, bird of family Upupidae;
Eporedorix, Eporedorigis
Eporedorix; (Aedui Gaul);
epos, -
epic poem (only in NOM and ACC S);
epoto, epotare, epotavi, epotatus
drink down/up, quaff, drain; absorb; swallow/suck up; empty (vessel); engulf;
epoto, epotare, epotavi, epotus
drink down/up, quaff, drain; absorb; swallow/suck up; empty (vessel); engulf;
epotus, epota, epotum
drunk up/down, drained; exhausted; absorbed, swallowed up;
eppheta, undeclined V [EEQFW]
be thou opened (Mark 7:34); (Aramaic);
eptheca, epthecae
addition;
epula, epulae
courses (pl.), food, dishes of food; dinner; banquet; feast for the eyes;
epulor, epulari, epulatus sum DEP
dine sumptuously, feast;
epulum, epuli
feast; solemn or public banquet; entertainment;
eq., abb.
knight (eques); abb. eq.; member of the equestrian order;
equa, equae
mare;
eques, equitis
horseman/cavalryman/rider; horsemen (pl.), cavalry; equestrian order;
knight (abb. eq.); (wealthy enough to own his own horse); horse (Bee);
equester, equestris
knight; one of equestrian order/class (in Rome > 67 BC w/400_000 sesterces);
equester, equestris, equestre
equestrian, mounted on horse; of/belonging to/consisting of horseman/cavalry;
equestr, (gen.), equestris
equestrian, mounted on horse; of/belonging to/consisting of horseman/cavalry;
equestre, equestris
seats (pl.) in theater reserved for members of equestrian order/class;
equidem
truly, indeed; for my part;
equile, equilis
horse-stable;
equinus, equina, equinum
concerning horses;
equipollenter
equivalently;
equiso, equisonis
groom, stable-boy; person in charge of horses;
equitatio, equitationis
horsemanship, equitation, riding;
equitatus, equitatus
cavalry, horse-soldiers; equestrian order; bodies of cavalry (pl.);
horsemanship, equitation, riding; creature in heat (mare)
equito, equitare, equitavi, equitatus
ride (horseback);
equivalenter
equivalently;
equuleus, equulei
little horse, colt; rack, instrument of torture;
equus, equi
horse; steed;
era, erae
mistress; lady of the house; woman in relation to her servants; Lady;
eradico, eradicare, eradicavi, eradicatus
root out,eradicate;
erado, eradere, erasi, erasus
scrape away/clean/smooth, pare; erase/delete; erase/strike (name in disgrace);
ercisco, erciscere, -, [XLXEC]
divide an inheritance;
erectio, erectionis
erection, lifting p; act of placing in upright position; permit to travel;
erectus, erecta -um, erectior -or -us, erectissimus -a -um
upright, erect; perpendicular; confident/bold/assured; noble; attentive/alert;
eremita, eremitae
hermit, eremite; anchorite; recluse;
eremiticus, eremitica, eremiticum[FEXFF]
hermit-like, pertaining to/living like hermit; solitary, secluded, reclusive;
eremitis, (gen.), eremidis
solitary, secluded, recluse; pertaining to/living like hermit;
eremus, erema, eremum
waste, desert;
eremus, eremi
wilderness, wasteland, desert;
ereptio, ereptionis
seizure; forcible taking;
erga PREP ACC
towards, opposite (friendly);
ergastilus, ergastili
jailer in a ergastulum/workhouse/penitentiary;
ergastulum, ergastuli
convicts (pl.); chain gang; inmates of a workhouse/penitentiary;
ergastulum, ergastuli
prison; prison on estate where refractory slaves worked in chains; workhouse;
ergo
therefore; well, then, now;
erica, ericae
heather;
ericius, erici(i)
hedgehog; beam thickly studded with iron spikes as a military barrier;
erigo, erigere, erexi, erectus
raise, erect, build; rouse, excite, stimulate;
erilis, erilis, erile
of a master or mistress;
erinaceus, erinacei
hedgehog;
erinacius, erinacii [EAXEW]
hedgehog (of genus Erinaceus); porcupine (of genus Hystrix) (Ecc);
eripio, eripere, eripui, ereptus
snatch away, take by force; rescue;
eris, eris
hedgehog;
erithacus, erithaci
robin;
ermellineus, ermellinea, ermellineum
of ermine;
ero, eronis
kind of basket made with plaited reeds; hamper; (aero);
erodio, erodionis [EAXFW]
heron; (pure Latin - ardea); hamper; (aero);
erogatio, erogationis
paying out, distribution;
erogo, erogare, erogavi, erogatus
pay out, expend;
eroticus, erotica, eroticum
erotic; amatory, concerned with love;
errabundus, errabunda, errabundum
wandering;
erraticus, erratica, erraticum
roving, erratic; wild;
erratum, errati
error, mistake (in thought/action); moral error, lapse;
erraum, errai
error, mistake; lapse;
erro, errare, erravi, erratus
wander, go astray; make a mistake, err; vacillate;
erro, erronis
truant; vagabond, wanderer;
erronee
erroneously;
erroneus, erronea, erroneum
wandering (planets); straying; vagrant; wrong, erroneous (Ecc);
error, erroris
wandering; error; winding, maze; uncertainty; deception;
erubesco, erubescere, erubui, -
redden, blush, blush at; blush for shame, be ashamed of;
eruca, erucae
rocket (rocquette), cruciformous herb (Eruca sativa); (salad/aphrodisiac);
eructo, eructare, eructavi, eructatus
bring up noisily; discharge violently;
eructuo, eructuare,
gush forth;
erudero, eruderare, -, eruderatus
clear from rubbish;
erudio, erudire, erudivi, eruditus V (4th)
educate, teach, instruct;
eruditio, eruditionis
instruction/teaching/education; learning/erudition; taught knowledge; culture;
eruditus, erudita, eruditum
learned, skilled;
erugo, erugare, erugavi, erugatus
take wrinkles/creases from;
erugo, erugere, -, eructus
disgorge noisily (food/drink);
erumpnus, erumpna, erumpnum
distressful;
erumpo, erumpere, erupi, eruptus
burst/pop (abscess/boil); cause (swelling) to burst; become dislocated (limb);
break out (of); burst/sally/spring/issue forth/out/on; sprout; erupt;
erungion, erungii
sea holly; genus of prickly plants; (Eryngium maritimum and allies);
erungium, erungi(i)
sea holly; genus of prickly plants; (Eryngium maritimum and allies);
eruo, eruere, erui, erutus
pluck/dig/root up, overthrow, destroy; elicit;
eruptio, eruptionis
sortie, rush, sally, sudden rush of troops from a position;
erus, eri
master, owner;
erutor, erutoris
rescuer;
ervilia, erviliae
kind of vetch; (Lathyrus sativus/cicera); bitter-vetch kind of pulse;
ervum, ervi
kind of cultivated vetch; (Vicia/Ervum ervilia); its seeds;
erynge, erynges
sea holly; genus of prickly plants; (Eryngium maritimum and allies);
eryngion, eryngii
sea holly; genus of prickly plants; (Eryngium maritimum and allies);
eryngium, eryngi(i)
sea holly; genus of prickly plants; (Eryngium maritimum and allies);
erysimon, erysimi
plant; (prob.) species of hedge-mustard; (also irio); a grain
erysimum, erysimi
plant; (prob.) species of hedge-mustard; (also irio); a grain
erysisceptrum, erysisceptri
low thorny scrub;
erythinus, erythini
red sea-mullet ;
esca, escae
food, meat; a dish prepared for the table; victuals; bait (for fish/animals);
escarius, escaria, escarium
relating to food or bait;
escendo, escendere, escendi, escensus
ascend, go up, mount;
eschaeta, eschaetae
escheat; property lapsed to lord(if owner dies without heir);
eschatologia, eschatologiae [FSXFE]
eschatology, study of final things; study of end of world;
eschatologicus, eschatologica, eschatologicum[FSXFE]
eschatological, pertaining to end (of world);
esculentus, esculenta, esculentum
edible, eatable, esculent; fit for food, fit to be eaten;
Esdras, undeclined
Esdras; (name sometimes given to Bible book Ezra and author);
esecutio, esecutionis
performance, carrying out; enforcement (law), act to right wrong; discussion;
esicia, esiciae [FAXFM]
salmon; a fish;
esotericismus, esotericismi [FSXFE]
theory of esotericism/esoterism; holding esoteric doctrines;
esotericus, esoterica, esotericum
esoteric; designed for/appropriate to an inner circle of privileged disciples;
esperantista, esperantistae
Esperantist, one versed in Esperanto (European-based artificial language);
essedarius, essedari(i)
gladiator, soldier fighting from a chariot;
essedarius, essedaria, essedarium
of or belonging to a war chariot;
essedum, essedi
war chariot (two wheeled); light traveling carriage;
essendio, essendire, [DEXEZ]
make real; endow with essence;
essendum, essendi
being; (gerund of esse); [essendi/essendo => of/in being];
essentia, essentiae
essence, substance, being, actuality, essential thing; existing entity, whole;
essential, essentialis [ESXEM]
essential qualities (pl.);
essentialis, essentialis, essentiale[EXXCM]
essential;
essentialiter
essentially;
essentificatio, essentificationis [EEXEM]
realization, making real;
essentifico, essentificare, essentificavi, essentificatus [DEXEM]
make real; endow with essence;
essentio, essentire, essensi, essensus [DEXEM]
make real; endow with essence;
essoniator, essoniatoris
one who essoins, one who excuses court absence;
essonio, essoniare, essoniavi, essoniatus
essoin, excuse court absence;
essonium, essonii
essoin, excuse for court absence;
essuriens, (gen.), essurientis
hungry; ravenous, starving;
essuriens, essurientis N (3rd) C
hungry person;
essurienter
hungrily, ravenously;
Esther, undeclined
Esther; (book/heroine of Bible, Jewess born Edessa, Queen of Persia);
estimatio, estimationis
valuation;
estimo, estimare, estimavi, estimatus
value; estimate;
estoverium, estoverii
estovers, necessities allowed (to tenant) by law (espec. of wood);
estuans, (gen.), estuantis
passionate?;
estuanter
passionately;
esuriens, (gen.), esurientis
hungry; ravenous, starving;
esuriens, esurientis N (3rd) C
hungry person;
esurienter
hungrily, ravenously;
esuries, esuriei
hunger;
esurio, esurionis
hungry man/person;
esurio, esurire, esurivi, esuritus V (4th)
be hungry, hunger; want to eat, desire food; desire eagerly;
esuritio, esuritionis
hunger; state of hunger; hungering
esuritor, esuritoris
hungry man/person; one suffering from hunger;
esus, esus
eating, taking of food;
et
and, and even; also, even; (et ... et = both ... and);
etas, etatis [EXXAO]
lifetime, age, generation; period; stage, period of life, time, era;
etc., abb. [GXXBZ]
etcetra, and so forth; abb. etc.; (in use in modern Latin texts if not before);
etenim
and indeed, because, since, as a matter of fact (independent reason, emphasis);
eternus, eterna -um, eternior -or -us, eternissimus -a -um[EXXAO]
eternal, everlasting, imperishable; perpetual; having no beginning/end;
etesia, etesiae
etesian winds (pl.), NW winds blowing during dog days in Eastern Mediterranean;
etheca, ethecae
portico (pl.); gallery;
ethica, ethicae
ethics; moral philosophy; science of right and wrong;
ethice, ethices
ethics; moral philosophy; science of right and wrong;
ethicum, ethici
ethics (pl.); moral philosophy; science of right and wrong;
ethicus, ethica, ethicum
ethical, of/belonging to ethics/morals; of character; psychological;
ethnicus, ethnica, ethnicum
heathen; pagan;
ethnicus, ethnici
heathen; pagan;
ethnographia, ethnographiae
ethnography;
ethnographicus, ethnographica, ethnographicum
ethnographic;
ethnologia, ethnologiae
ethnology;
ethnologicus, ethnologica, ethnologicum
ethnological;
ethnologus, ethnologi
ethnologist;
ethologia, ethologiae
characterization, delineation of character; character sketch; ethnology (Ecc);
ethologicus, ethologica, ethologicum[GXXEE]
ethnological, of ethnology;
ethologus, ethologi
mimic, one who portrays character with gestures;
etiam
and also, besides/furthermore, in addition/as well; even, actually; yes/indeed;
now too, as yet, still, even now; yet again; likewise; (particle); (et-iam);
etiamnum
even now, still, yet;
etiamnunc
even now, still, yet;
etiamsi
even if, although;
etiamtum
even then; yet;
etsi
although, though, even if; albeit; I know that but;
etymologia, etymologiae [XGXEC]
etymology;
eu INTERJ
well done! bravo!; splendid! (sometimes ironic);
eucharis, eucharis, euchare
gracious;
eucharistia, eucharistiae [EEXDP]
Eucharist/Communion; (elements of); any consecrated offering; thanksgiving;
eucharistial, eucharistialis
vessel for preserving the Holy Eucharist;
eucharistialus, eucharistiala, eucharistialum
Eucharistic, pertaining to Holy Eucharist;
eucharisticon, eucharistici
thanksgiving; Eucharist/Communion;
eucharisticus, eucharistica, eucharisticum
Eucharistic/pertaining to Holy Eucharist; [Doctor ~ => St. John of Chrystostom];
eucharistium, eucharistii [EEXDP]
consecrated elements (pl.) of the Eucharist/Communion;
euchelaion, euchelaii [EEHFE]
holy oil; sacrament of anointing in Greek rite;
euchologion, euchologii [FEHEE]
euchologion, book of liturgies/prayers for administration of Orthodox sacraments
eugae INTERJ
oh, good! fine! well done! (delight/pleasure/surprise, sometimes ironic);
euge INTERJ
oh, good! fine! well done! (delight/pleasure/surprise, sometimes ironic);
eugeneus, eugenea, eugeneum
well-born; noble; generous;
eugenicus, eugenica, eugenicum
eugenic;
eugepae INTERJ
well done!; (sometimes ironic);
euhans, (gen.), euhantis
uttering the name/cry Euhan (Bacchus);
Euhios, Euhii
Bacchus, title given to Bacchus;
Euhius, Euhii
Bacchus; title given to Bacchus;
euhoe INTERJ
cry of joy used by the votaries of Bacchus;
eukaristia, eukaristiae [EEXFS]
Eucharist/Communion; (elements thereof); consecrated offering;
eulogia, eulogiae [EEXFE]
present/gift/blessing; name for Holy Eucharist/consecrated bread; fine language;
Euminis, Eumenidos/is
Fury/Eumenide; (usu. pl.); (euphemistically) the gracious/benevolent ones;
eundem PRON 4 2 ACC S M
same, the same, the very same; also; (idem, eadem, idem);
eunuchus, eunuchi
eunuch;
euoeeuhoe INTERJ
shout of the Bacchantes;
euphonia, euphoniae
euphony; quality of having pleasant sound;
euphonus, euphona, euphonum
sonorous, resonant; (applied to virile man vs. eunuch); pleasant (sound);
euphoria, euphoriae
euphoria;
Euphrates, Euphratis
Euphrates; (river);
euresilogus, euresilogi [FSXEP]
sophist, sophistical person;
euripus, euripi
channel, canal;
eurisilogus, eurisilogi [FSXEP]
sophist, sophistical person;
euro, euphonis
euro (currency);
euroaquilo, euroaquilonis
north-east wind;
eurocrata, eurocratae
Eurocrat;
euronotus, euronoti
south-east wind;
euronummus, euronummi
Euro (currency);
euronus, euroni
Euro (currency);
Europa, Europae
Europe;
eurous, euroa, euroum
eastern;
eurus, euri
east (or south east) wind; the east;
Eusebius, Eusebi [DXQFZ]
Eusebius; (Bishop of Caesarea, 260-341, "Historia Ecclesiatica"); (Pope 310);
euthanasia, euthanasiae [GBXFE]
euthanasia;
eutyches, (gen.), eutychetis
fortunate;
euus, euus
eating; taking of food;
Eva, Evae
Eve;
evacuo, evacuare, evacuavi, evacuatus
empty (vessel); purge, evacuate (bowels);
evado, evadere, evasi, evasus
evade, escape; avoid;
evagino, evaginare, evaginavi, evaginatus [FXXDB]
unsheathe;
evagor, evagari, evagatus sum DEP
wander off/out/forth/to and fro, stray; maneuver; spread, overstep;
evalesco, evalescere, evalui, -
increase in strength; prevail, have sufficient strength (to);
evanesco, evanescere, evanui, -
vanish/disappear; pass/fade/die (away/out); lapse; become weak/void/forgotten;
evangeliarum, evangeliari [EEXFE]
book of Gospels;
evangelicus, evangelica, evangelicum
evangelical; of/pertaining to the Gospel;
evangelista, evangelistae
preacher (of the Gospel); evangelist;
evangelistarium, evangelistarii [EEXFE]
book of Gospels;
Evangelium, Evangeli(i)
Gospel, Good News;
evangelium, evangelii
Good news; Gospel;
evangelizatio, evangelizationis
evangelization, preaching the Gospel
evangelizator, evangelizatoris
preacher (of the Gospel); evangelist;
evangelizo, evangelizare, evangelizavi, evangelizatus [EEXCS]
preach/declare/proclaim (the Gospel); evangelize, win to Gospel by preaching;
evanidus, evanida, evanidum
vanishing, passing away;
evanno, evannere, -,
winnow out; cast out (the chaff from fan leaving the grain);
evans, (gen.), evantis
crying Euhan!; (surname of Bacchus);
evanuo, evanuere,
become vain/empty/foolish;
evaporatio, evaporationis
evaporation;
evasio, evasionis
escape; deliverance; going out; evasion;
evasto, evastare, evastavi, evastatus
devastate;
evectio, evectionis
ascension, flight, soaring aloft; permit to travel by public post;
eveho, evehere, evexi, evectus
carry away, convey out; carry up; exalt; jut out, project;
evello, evellere, evelli, evulsus
pull/pluck/tear/root out;
evenio, evenire, eveni, eventus V (4th)
come out/about/forth; happen; turn out;
evenit, evenire, evenit, eventus est V (4th) IMPERS
it happens, it turns out; come out, come forth;
eventilatus, eventilata, eventilatum
scattered; dissipated;
eventilo, eventilare, eventilavi, eventilatus
winnow thoroughly; fan away; fan set in motion (air);
eventum, eventi
occurrence, event; issue, outcome;
eventus, eventus
outcome, result, success; event, occurrence; chance, fate, accident;
everbero, everberare, everberavi, everberatus
beat violently;
everriculum, everriculi
fishing-net, drag-net; clean sweep; brush
everro, everrere, everri, eversus
sweep/clean out (room/litter); sweep (sea) with dragnet; net (by dragging);
eversio, eversionis
destruction; overturning/upsetting; expulsion/turning out; revolution
eversor, eversoris
one who destroys or overthrows;
everto, evertere, everti, eversus
overturn, turn upside down; overthrow, destroy, ruin;
evestigatus, evestigata, evestigatum
tracked out, discovered;
evictio, evictionis
eviction; recovery at law in virtue of superior title;
evidens, (gen.), evidentis
apparent, evident;
evidenter, evidentius, evidentissime
clearly, obviously/manifestly/evidently; vividly, giving realistic impression;
evidentia, evidentiae
evidence; obviousness; vividness; quality of being manifest/evident;
evigilatio, evigilationis
awakening;
evigilo, evigilare, evigilavi, evigilatus
be wakeful; watch throughout the night; devise or study with careful attention;
evilesco, evilescere, evilui, -
become vile/worthless/despicable; cheapen;
evincio, evincere, evinxi, evinctus
bind, bind up/around; wind around; wreathe round;
evinco, evincere, evici, evictus
overcome, conquer, subdue, overwhelm, defeat utterly; prevail, bring to pass;
eviratus, evirata, eviratum
effeminate;
eviro, evirare, eviravi, eviratus
deprive of virility; weaken;
eviscero, eviscerare, -, evisceratus
disembowel; eviscerate;
evitabilis, evitabilis, evitabile
avoidable;
evitandus, evitanda, evitandum
that which must be avoided;
evito, evitare, evitavi, evitatus
shun, avoid;
evocatio, evocationis
summoning/evocation; calling/ordering out the troops; calling up dead spirits;
evocator, evocatoris
one who orders out troops;
evocatus, evocati
veteran; volunteer; veterans again called to service (pl.);
evoco, evocare, evocavi, evocatus
call forth; lure/entice out; summon, evoke;
evolo, evolare, evolavi, evolatus
fly away, fly up/out/forth; rush out/forth;
evolutio, evolutionis
development, unfolding; action of reading through; evolution (Ecc);
evolutivus, evolutiva, evolutivum[GXXEE]
evolutionary;
evolvo, evolvere, evolvi, evolutus
roll out, unroll; disclose, unfold; extricate; pursue; explain;
evomo, evomere, evomui, evomitus
vomit out;
evovae, undeclined [FDXFE]
evovae; (meaningless word used in choral books to show some vowel sounds);
evulgatio, evulgationis
publication, making known, divulging;
evulgo, evulgare, evulgavi, evulgatus
make public, divulge;
evulsio, evulsionis
pulling out; eradication, utter destruction; extinction (Souter);
ex PREP ABL
out of, from; by reason of; according to; because of, as a result of;
exacerbatio, exacerbationis
provocation; exasperation;
exacerbesco, exacerbescere,
become irritated/exasperated/angry;
exacerbo, exacerbare, exacerbavi, exacerbatus
irritate/exasperate, enrage/provoke; aggravate/make worse; grieve, afflict;
exactio, exactionis
exaction (tax/debt), enforcement (labor); expulsion, driving out; supervision;
expulsion; supervision, enforcement; precise execution; extraction (tax/debt);
exactitudo, exactitudinis
accuracy;
exactor, exactoris
expeller; exactor; collector of taxes;
exactus, exacta, exactum
exact, accurate;
exacuo, exacuere, exacui, exacutus
make sharp or pointed; stimulate;
exacutio, exacutionis
action of sharpening to a point;
exacutus, exacuta, exacutum
sharpened; stimulated;
exadversum
opposite;
exadversus
opposite;
exaedifico, exaedificare, exaedificavi, exaedificatus
complete the building of, construct;
exaequo, exaequare, exaequavi, exaequatus
equalize, make equal; regard as equal; be equal (to);
exaestuo, exaestuare, exaestuavi, exaestuatus
boil up; seethe, rage;
exaggero, exaggerare, exaggeravi, exaggeratus
heap up, accumulate; magnify;
exagito, exagitare, exagitavi, exagitatus
drive out; stir up, disturb continually, harass; attack, scold, discuss;
exaltatio, exaltationis [DEXDS]
exaltation, elevation; pride, haughtiness;
exalto, exaltare, exaltavi, exaltatus [DEXCS]
exalt, elevate, raise; praise; deepen;
examen, examinis
exam/test; apparatus/process of weighing, balance;
swarm (bees); crowd; agony;
examinator, examinatoris
examiner; arbitrator;
examinatus, examinata, examinatum
careful, scrupulous; exact;
examino, examinare, examinavi, examinatus
weigh, examine, consider;
examussim
according to rule, exactly, quite;
exanimalis, exanimalis, exanimale
dead, lifeless; deadly, destructive of life;
exanimis, exanimis, exanime
dead; lifeless; breathless, terrified, dismayed;
exanimo, exanimare, exanimavi, exanimatus
kill, deprive of life; scare, alarm greatly; tire, exhaust; be out of breath;
exanimus, exanima, exanimum
dead; lifeless;
exanthema, exanthematos/is
pustule; pimple, zit; eruption on the skin;
exantlo, exantlare, exantlavi, exantlatus [EXXEE]
exhaust; endure; bar; suffer much from toil;
exaperio, exaperire, exaperui, exapertus
disclose; explain; disentangle;
exarchia, exarchiae [EEHFE]
exarchy; (Eastern Church people not in eparchy, committed to exarch bishop);
exarchus, exarchi [EEHFE]
exarch; (Eastern Church bishop governing exarchy);
exardesco, exardescere, exarsi, exarsus
flare/blaze up; break out; glow; rage; be provoked, enraged; be exasperated;
exardo, exardere, exarsi, exarsus
kindle; inflame; break out;
exaresco, exarescere, exarui, -
dry up;
exarmo, exarmare, exarmavi, exarmatus
disarm, deprive of weapons/arms; weaken, deprive of military strength;
dismantle/remove ship's tackle; deprive beasts of their natural weapons;
exaro, exarare, exaravi, exaratus
plow or dig up; plow; note down (by scratching the wax on the tablets);
exasperatio, exasperationis
irritation; exasperation (Ecc); bitterness;
exasperator, exasperatoris [EXXEE]
provoker, one who provokes/irritates;
exasperatrix, exasperatricis [EXXEE]
provoker (female), she who provokes/irritates;
exaspero, exasperare, exasperavi, exasperatus
roughen; irritate;
exatio, exatiare, exatiavi, exatiatus
satisfy, satiate; glut;
exauctoro, exauctorare, exauctoravi, exauctoratus
release or dismiss from military service;
exaudibilis, exaudibilis, exaudibile
worthy of being heard;
exaudiens, exaudientis (gen.), exaudientior -or -us, exaudientissimus -a -um
that listens to or heeds (prayers/supplication); understanding, listening;
exaudio, exaudire, exaudivi, exauditus V (4th)
hear clearly; comply with, heed; hear from afar; understand;
exauditio, exauditionis
favorable answer to prayer;
exauditor, exauditoris [XEXIO]
one who listens (favorably/graciously) to prayer;
exauguratio, exaugurationis
profanation, desecration;
excaeco, excaecare, excaecavi, excaecatus
blind (completely), confuse/hide/obscure; dull/dim; block channel; de-eye plant;
excalceatus, excalceata, excalceatum
barefoot; unshod;
excalceo, excalceare, excalceavi, excalceatus
remove the shoes from;
excalceor, excalceari, excalceatus sum DEP
remove the shoes from;
excalcio, excalciare, excalciavi, excalciatus
remove the shoes from;
excalfactorius, excalfactoria, excalfactorium
warming; heating ;
excambium, excambii
excambion; exchange/barter (espec. of land);
excandescentia, excandescentiae
heat, irascibility;
excandesco, excandescere, excandui, -
catch fire, burst into flame; blaze (w/light); flare up, burn w/rage/anger;
excardinatio, excardinationis
excardination; (transfer of cleric to another diocese/consecrated life);
excardino, excardinare, excardinavi, excardinatus
excardinate; (transfer of cleric to another diocese/consecrated life);
excarnifico, excarnificare, excarnificavi, excarnificatus
torture, punish; torment/torture mentally; hack/cut/tear to pieces
excarpus, excarpi [FGXFY]
abstract;
excavo, excavare, excavavi, excavatus
hollow/scoop out, make hollow; produce/make/form by excavation/hollowing out;
excedo, excedere, excessi, excessus
pass, withdraw, exceed; go away/out/beyond; die;
excellens, excellentis (gen.), excellentior -or -us, excellentissimus -a -um
distinguished, excellent;
excellenter
excellently;
excellentia, excellentiae
excellence, superiority; merit;
excello, excellere, -, excelsus
be eminent/preeminent; excel;
excelsa, excelsae [EEXEP]
citadel;
excelse, excelsius, excelsissime
preeminently, outstandingly; in elevated/sublime manner; at/to high elevation;
excelsitas, excelsitatis
loftiness; height; preeminence; sublimity;
excelsum, excelsi
height, high place/ground/altitude; eminence; high position/rank/station;
altar, temple (pl.); citadel; [in ~is/in ~o => in the highest/on high];
excelsus, excelsa -um, excelsior -or -us, excelsissimus -a -um
lofty/high; tall; exalted; elevated; noble; of high position/rank/reputation;
excelsus, excelsa, excelsum[EDXDP]
high pitched (sound/note);
excentricitas, excentricitatis
eccentricity (geometry);
excentricus, excentrici [FSXFM]
eccentric orbit;
exceptio, exceptionis
exception, qualification;
exceptionalis, exceptionalis, exceptionale[EXXEE]
exceptional;
excepto, exceptare, exceptavi, exceptatus
take out, take up; inhale, take (to oneself);
exceptorium, exceptorii
receptacle (for water), tank, cistern; reservoir (Ecc);
exceptus, excepta, exceptum
only; excepted;
excerebro, excerebrare, excerebravi, excerebratus
brain, bash the head in; deprive of brains; make senseless; stupefy;
excerpo, excerpere, excerpsi, excerptus
pick out; select;
excerptio, excerptionis
extract, excerpt;
excerptum, excerpti
extract, excerpt;
excessivus, excessiva, excessivum
excessive;
excessus, excessus
departure; death; digression; departure from standard; B:protuberance; excess;
excetra, excetrae
snake, viper;
excidium, excidi(i)
military destruction (of towns/armies); ruin/demolition; subversion/overthrow;
excido, excidere, excidi, -
perish; disappear; escape, fall out; be deprived of; lose control of senses;
excido, excidere, excidi, excisus
cut out/off/down; raze, destroy;
excieo, exciere,
rouse; call out send for; summon; evoke;
excindo, excindere, excidi, excissus
demolish/destroy, raze to ground (town/building); exterminate/destroy (people);
excio, excire, excivi, excitus V (4th)
rouse; call out send for; summon; evoke;
excipio, excipere, excepi, exceptus
take out; remove; follow; receive; ward off, relieve;
excipulum, excipuli
bin;
excisus, excisus
cut, cutting, slip, piece;
excito, excitare, excitavi, excitatus
wake up, stir up; cause; raise, erect; incite; excite, arouse;
excitor, excitoris
awakener; [Excitor mentium => Christ, awakener of souls];
exclamatio, exclamationis
exclamation, saying;
exclamo, exclamare, exclamavi, exclamatus
exclaim, shout; cry out, call out;
exclaustratio, exclaustrationis
exclaustration; (permission to remain outside cloister for definite period);
exclaustratus, exclaustrata, exclaustratum
exclaustrated; (being outside cloister with permission);
excludo, excludere, exclusi, exclusus
shut out, shut off; remove; exclude; hinder, prevent;
exclusa, exclusae
sluice;
exclusio, exclusionis
exclusion, keeping out; shutting out; debarring;
exclusive
exclusively;
exclusivus, exclusiva, exclusivum
exclusive;
excogitatio, excogitationis
thinking out, conniving, devising; invention (Ecc);
excogito, excogitare, excogitavi, excogitatus
think out; devise, invent, contrive;
excolo, excolere, excolui, excultus
improve; develop, honor;
excommunicatio, excommunicationis [EEXDE]
excommunication; censure excluding from Church/community/communion w/faithful);
excommunico, excommunicare, excommunicavi, excommunicatus [EEXDE]
excommunicate; (exclude Catholic from communion w/faithful);
excoquo, excoquere, excoxi, excoctus
boil; temper (by heat); boil away; dry up, parch;
excorio, excoriare, excoriavi, excoriatus
strip of skin/covering; flay, skin, strip;
excors, (gen.), excordis
silly, stupid;
excrementum, excrementi
excrement; spittle, mucus;
excresco, excrescere, excrevi, excretus
grow out or up; grow up; grow;
excrucio, excruciare, excruciavi, excruciatus
torture; torment;
excubia, excubiae
watching (pl.); keeping of a watch/guard/vigil; the watch, soldiers on guard;
excubitor, excubitoris
sentinel; watchman;
excubo, excubare, excubui, excubitus
sleep/lie in the open/out of doors; keep watch; be attentive;
excudo, excudere, excudi, excusus
strike out; forge; fashion; print (Erasmus);
exculco, exculcare, exculcavi, exculcatus
trample down;
exculpo, exculpere, exculpsi, exculptus [XXXEM]
carve out; erase; (see exsculpo; source Latham, but pre-dates medieval times);
excuratus, excurata, excuratum
carefully seen to;
excurro, excurrere, excucurri, excursus
run out; make an excursion; sally; extend; project;
excurro, excurrere, excurri, excursus
run out; make an excursion; sally; extend; project;
excursatio, excursationis
sally; onset; attack, charge (Sax); incursion;
excursio, excursionis
running forth; sally;
excursus, excursus
running forth, onset, charge, excursion, sally, sudden raid;
excusabilis, excusabilis, excusabile
excusable;
excusamentum, excusamenti
excuse;
excusatio, excusationis
excuse;
excuso, excusare, excusavi, excusatus
excuse/justify/explain; make excuse for/plead as excuse; allege; absolve/exempt;
excussio, excussionis [EXXEE]
interrogation, examination; act of shaking (down);
excusso, excussare, excussavi, excussatus [FXXAE]
excuse/justify/explain; make excuse for/plead as excuse; allege; absolve/exempt;
excussus, excussa, excussum
cast out; thrown down/out;
excutio, excutere, excussi, excussus
shake out or off; cast out; search, examine;
execo, execare, execui, exectus
cut out/off; remove/make (hole) by cutting; cut, make cut in; castrate;
execrabilis, execrabilis, execrabile
detestable; accursed;
execramentum, execramenti
accursed thing; increase, excess (Latham); excrement; [~ auri => gold fillings];
execratio, execrationis
imprecation, curse;
execribilis, execribile, execribilior -or -us, execribilissimus -a -um
accursed, detestable; of/belonging to cursing;
execror, execrari, execratus sum DEP
curse; detest;
executio, executionis
performance, carrying out; enforcement (law), act to right wrong; discussion;
executo, executere, execui, executus[FXXEW]
follow, go after/along; strive after; go on with/persist in; attain/arrive at;
execute, carry out (duty); go through, rehearse; pursue; develop (topic);
executor, executoris
executor, one who carries out task; performer; avenger;
executorius, executoria, executorium
executive;
executrix, executricis [XXXDE]
executor (female), one who carries out task; performer; avenger;
exedo, exedere, exedi, exesus
eat up, consume; hollow;
exedo, exesse, V
eat up, consume; hollow;
exedra, exedrae
hall for conversation or debate;
exeges, exegesis [GGXFM]
exposition; exegesis (16th C);
exegeta, exegetae
exegete, interpreter/expounder of Scripture/difficult passages;
exemplabilis, exemplabilis, exemplabile
pattern-formed;
exemplar, exemplaris
model, pattern, example, original, ideal; copy/reproduction; typical instance;
exemplare, exemplaris
model, pattern, example, original, ideal; copy/reproduction; typical instance;
exemplaris, exemplaris
copy; transcript;
exemplaris, exemplaris, exemplare
exemplary, serving as example/pattern;
exemplaritas, exemplaritatis [FSXEM]
model, exemplar; archetypical quality;
exemplator, exemplatoris
copyist;
exemplo, exemplare, exemplavi, exemplatus [FSXDF]
adduce/serve as example/model/pattern; form after a pattern;
exemplum, exempli
example, sample, specimen; instance; precedent, case; warning, deterrent;
pattern, model; parallel, analogy; archetype; copy/reproduction, transcription;
exempoator, exempoatoris
model, example;
exemptio, exemptionis
removal, taking out; preventing person's court appearance; exemption (Ecc);
exemptus, exempta, exemptum
exempt;
exemptus, exemptus
removal, action of removing/taking out;
exenium[FXXFY]
by mistake;
exentero, exenterare, exenteravi, exenteratus
disembowel;
exeo, exire, exivi(ii), exitus
come/go/sail/march/move out/forth/away, leave; pass (away), expire/perish/die;
discharge (fluid); rise (river); become visible; issue/emerge/escape; sprout;
exequia, exequiae
funeral procession/rites/services (pl.), obsequies; [~ ire => attend funeral];
exequiale, exequialis
funeral rites (pl.);
exequialis, exequialis, exequiale
funeral-, of/related to funeral, of/belonging to funeral rites;
exequior, exequiari, exequiatus sum DEP
follow in funeral procession to the grave; attend at the grave;
exequor, exequi, executus sum DEP
follow, go along/on with; pursue for vengeance/punishment; strive/search after;
persist in; execute, carry out; rehearse; attain, arrive at, accomplish;
exercens, exercentis N (3rd) C
operator; worker; doer, performer;
exerceo, exercere, exercui, exercitus
exercise, train, drill, practice; enforce, administer; cultivate;
exercitatio, exercitationis
exercise, training, practice; discipline;
exercitatus, exercitata -um, exercitatior -or -us, exercitatissimus -a -um
trained, practiced, skilled; disciplined; troubled;
exercitium, exercitii
exercise; training; practice; proficiency/skill; written exercises (pl.);
exercito, exercitare, exercitavi, exercitatus
practice, exercise, train hard, keep at work;
exercitor, exercitoris
trainer; exerciser; sports trainer
exercitorius, exercitoria, exercitorium
concerning operator of business;
exercitrix, (gen.), exercitricis
exercise-, that exercises (body);
exercitualis, exercitualis, exercituale[FWXFS]
belonging to an army; army-derived;
exercitus, exercitus
army, infantry; swarm, flock;
exero, exerere, exerui, exertus
stretch forth; thrust out (of land); put out (plant); lay bare, uncover (body);
exerro, exerrare, exerravi, exerratus
wander off (from one's course);
exerto, exertare, exertavi, exertatus
stretch out; uncover;
exfornicatus, exfornicata, exfornicatum
given to fornication;
exfugio, exfugere, exfugi, exfugitus
flee/escape; run/slip/keep away (from), eschew/avoid; baffle, escape notice;
exhalo, exhalare, exhalavi, exhalatus
breathe out; evaporate; die;
exhaurio, exhaurire, exhausi, exhaustus V (4th)
draw out; drain, drink up, empty; exhaust, impoverish; remove; end;
exhaustus, exhausta, exhaustum
exhausted;
exhedra, exhedrae [FXXFX]
conversation-hall; hall with seats; (exedra);
exheredatio, exheredationis
disinheritance; act of disinheriting;
exheredito, exhereditare, exhereditavi, exhereditatus
disinherit;
exheredo, exheredare, exheredavi, exheredatus [XLXEC]
disinherit;
exheres, (gen.), exheredis[XLXEC]
disinherited;
exhibeo, exhibere, exhibui, exhibitus
present; furnish; exhibit; produce;
exhibitio, exhibitionis
display, exhibition; example;
exhibitorius, exhibitoria, exhibitorium
exibitory, of/connected with production in curt; of handing over/giving up;
exhilaro, exhilarare, exhilaravi, exhilaratus
gladden, cheer; brighten, spruce up, enhance appearance;
exhonoratio, exhonorationis
shame;
exhonoro, exhonorare, exhonoravi, exhonoratus
dishonor; despise;
exhorreo, exhorrere, exhorrui, - INTRANS
shudder; be terrified;
exhorresco, exhorrescere, exhorrui, -
shudder; be terrified, tremble at;
exhortatio, exhortationis
exhortation, action of admonishing/encouraging; inducement;
exhortativus, exhortativa, exhortativum
of exhortation;
exhorto, exhortare, exhortavi, exhortatus
encourage;
exhortor, exhortari, exhortatus sum DEP
exhort, encourage, incite;
exicco, exiccare, exiccavi, exiccatus
dry up; empty (vessel);
exico, exicare, exicui, exictus
cut out/off; remove/make (hole) by cutting; cut, make cut in; castrate;
exide[EXXDX]
from then on;
exigentia, exigentiae
urgency, exigency; emergency;
exigo, exigere, exegi, exactus
drive out, expel; finish; examine, weigh;
exiguitas, exiguitatis
smallness, paucity; shortness; scarcity;
exiguus, exigua, exiguum
small; meager; dreary; a little, a bit of; scanty, petty, short, poor;
exilio, exilire, exilivi, -
spring/leap/burst forth/out, leap up, start up, bound; emerge into existence;
exilio, exilire, exilui, -
spring/leap/burst forth/out, leap up, start up, bound; emerge into existence;
exilis, exile, exilior -or -us, exilissimus -a -um
small, thin; poor;
exilitas, exilitatis
thinness/leanness/narrowness; meager/poorness; small/shortness; dryness (style);
exiliter
feebly
exilium, exili(i)
exile, banishment; place of exile/retreat exiles (pl.), those exiled;
exim
thence; after that, next in order, thereafter, then; furthermore; by that cause;
eximietas, eximietatis
excellence(title); uncommonness
eximius, eximia, eximium
select; extraordinary/special; excellent; [Doctor Eximius => Francis Suarez];
outstanding/exceptional/remarkable; distinct; selected/choice (best victim);
eximo, eximere, exemi, exemptus
remove/extract, take/lift out/off/away; banish, get rid of; free/save/release;
exin
thence; after that, next in order, thereafter, then; furthermore; by that cause;
exinanio, exinanire, exinanivi, exinanitus
empty, remove contents of; strip; despoil; drain, dry, pour out; weaken/exhaust;
exinanitio, exinanitionis
purging, emptying out; weakening process; emptiness (Ecc);
exinde
thence; after that, next in order, thereafter, then; furthermore; by that cause;
existentia, existentiae
existence; that by which essence becomes actual;
existentialis, existentialis, existentiale
existential;
existentialismus, existentialismi
existentialism (doctrine of);
existimatio, existimationis
opinion (good); reputation/name; esteem; judgment/view/estimation; credit;
existimator, existimatoris
judge; critic, one who forms an opinion;
existimo, existimare, existimavi, existimatus
value/esteem; form/hold opinion/view; think/suppose; estimate; judge/consider;
existo, existere, existiti, existitus
step forth, appear; arise; become; prove to be; be (Bee);
existumatio, existumationis
opinion (good/public); reputation/name; (forming of) judgment/view; credit;
existumator, existumatoris
judge; critic, one who forms an opinion;
existumo, existumare, existumavi, existumatus
value/esteem; form/hold opinion/view; think/suppose; estimate; judge/consider;
exitabiliter
ruinously; perniciously;
exitiabilis, exitiabilis, exitiabile
destructive, deadly;
exitialis, exitialis, exitiale
destructive, deadly;
exitiosus, exitiosa, exitiosum
destructive, pernicious, deadly;
exitium, exiti(i)
destruction, ruin; death; mischief;
exitus, exitus
exit, departure; end, solution; death; outlet, mouth (of river);
exlex, (gen.), exlegis
bound by no law, lawless, reckless;
exoculo, exoculare, exoculavi, exoculatus
blind, put out/deprive of eyes/sight;
Exodus, Exodus
Exodus; (book of Bible);
exolesco, exolescere, exolevi, exoletus
grow up, become adult; grow stale, deteriorate; die out/fade away; be forgotten;
exoletus, exoleti
male prostitute;
exolvo, exolvere, exolvi, exolutus
unfasten/undo/loose; open (vein); thaw (ice); let flow (body discharge); solve;
set free, release; end, do away with; pay; award; release; perform/discharge;
exomologesis, exomologesis
confession of sin;
exonero, exonerare, exoneravi, exoneratus
unload, disburden, discharge;
exopto, exoptare, exoptavi, exoptatus
long for;
exorabilis, exorabilis, exorabile
capable of being moved by entreaty;
exoratio, exorationis [EEXDE]
prayer; petition; mercy;
exorbito, exorbitare, exorbitavi, exorbitatus
derail;
exorcismus, exorcismi
exorcism;
exorcista, exorcistae [EEXCV]
exorcist; cleric of minor orders (second level from top/deacon);
exorcistatus, exorcistatus
exorcist, third of four lesser orders of Catholic Church; (no longer exists);
exorcistus, exorcisti [EEXCV]
exorcist; cleric of minor orders (second level from top/deacon);
exorcizo, exorcizare, exorcizavi, exorcizatus
exorcise;
exordior, exordiri, exorsus sum V (4th) DEP
begin, commence;
exordium, exordi(i)
beginning; introduction, preface;
exorior, exoriri, exortus sum V (4th) DEP
come out, come forth; bring; appear; rise, begin, spring up; cheer up;
exornatio, exornationis
embellishment
exornatulus, exornatula, exornatulum
prettily dressed;
exornatus, exornata -um, exornatior -or -us, exornatissimus -a -um
ornamented; embellished;
exorno, exornare, exornavi, exornatus
furnish with, adorn, embellish;
exoro, exorare, exoravi, exoratus
persuade, obtain/win over by entreaty, prevail upon; beg, plead, entreat;
exors, (gen.), exortis
without share in; exempt from lottery;
exos, (gen.), exosis
boneless, without bones;
exosculo, exosculare, exosculavi, exosculatus
kiss;
exosculor, exosculari, exosculatus sum DEP
kiss fondly; express fondness for; admire greatly;
exosso, exossare, exossavi, exossatus
bone/de-bone, take out the bones, filet;
exostra, exostrae [XDXEC]
theatrical machine (revealing the inside of house to spectators);
exosus, exosa, exosum
hating;
exotericus, exoterica, exotericum
external; exoteric;
exoticus, exotica, exoticum
foreign, outlandish, exotic;
expallesco, expallescere, expallui, -
turn pale, turn very pale; go white as a ghost;
expallidus, expallida, expallidum
very/exceedingly pale/wan;
expalpo, expalpare, expalpavi, expalpatus
coax out;
expando, expandere, expandi, expansus
spread out, expand; expound;
expando, expandere, expandi, expassus
spread out, expand; expound;
expansio, expansionis
expansion; spreading out;
expatior, expatiari, expatiatus sum DEP
wander from the course; spread out;
expavesco, expavescere, expavi, -
become frightened;
expectatio, expectationis
expectation; suspense;
expecto, expectare, expectavi, expectatus
await, expect; anticipate; hope for;
expectoro, expectorare, expectoravi, expectoratus
banish from mind;
expedio, expedire, expedivi, expeditus V (4th)
disengage, loose, set free; be expedient; procure, obtain, make ready;
expeditio, expeditionis
expedition, campaign; rapid march; account; proof by elimination;
expeditus, expedita -um, expeditior -or -us, expeditissimus -a -um
unencumbered; without baggage; light armed;
expeditus, expediti
light armed soldier;
expedius, expedia, expedium
free, easy; ready; ready for action; without baggage; unencumbered;
expello, expellere, expuli, expulsus
drive out, expel, banish; disown, reject;
expendiendus, expendienda, expendiendum
settled; disentangled;
expendo, expendere, expendi, expensus
pay; pay out; weigh, judge; pay a penalty;
expensa, expensae
expenditure, money paid out; (assume pecunia); expenses (Bee);
expensio, expensionis
expense; expenditure;
expensum, expensi
expenditure, money paid out; expenses (Bee);
expensus, expensa, expensum
paid out (money); entered into one's account as paid;
expergefacio, expergefacere, expergefeci, expergefactus
awaken/wake up (from sleep); rouse/arouse (from inactivity); excite/stir up;
expergefio, expergeferi, expergefactus sum V SEMIDEP
be awakened/aroused/excited; (expergefacio PASS);
expergiscor, expergisci, experrectus sum DEP
awake; bestir oneself;
experiens, (gen.), experientis
active, enterprising (w/GEN);
experientia, experientiae
trial, experiment; experience;
experimentalis, experimentalis, experimentale
experimental;
experimentum, experimenti
trial, experiment, experience;
experior, experiri, expertus sum V (4th) DEP
test, put to the test; find out; attempt, try; prove, experience;
expers, (gen.), expertis
free from (w/GEN); without; lacking experience; immune from;
experta, expertae
expert, she who has experience;
expertus, experta, expertum
well-proved, tested; shown to be true;
expertus, expertus
expert, one who has experience;
expes, (gen.), -
hopeless (only NOM S); without hope;
expetesso, expetessere, -,
desire, wish for;
expeto, expetere, expeti, expetitus
ask for; desire; aspire to; demand; happen; fall on (person);
expeto, expetere, expetivi, expetitus
ask for; desire; aspire to; demand; happen; fall on (person);
expiatio, expiationis
atonement, expiation, purification;
expiatorius, expiatoria, expiatorium[EXXEE]
satisfactory; expiatory, expiating;
expilo, expilare, expilavi, expilatus
plunder, rob, despoil;
expio, expiare, expiavi, expiatus
expiate, atone for; avert by expiatory rites;
expiro, expirare, expiravi, expiratus
breathe out; exhale; expire; die; cease;
expiscor, expiscari, expiscatus sum DEP
angle/fish for (information); search/fish/find out; inquire; (slang?);
explanatio, explanationis
explanation
explanatio, explanationis
exposition, setting out/enunciating clearly in words; explanation (Ecc);
explano, explanare, explanavi, explanatus
explain;
explanto, explantare, explantavi, explantatus
uproot, pull up/out/off (plant/shoot); cast out (Ecc);
explaudo, explaudere, explausi, explausus[XDXCO]
drive (actor) off stage by clapping; scare off; reject (claim); eject/cast out;
explementum, explementi
filling, stuffing;
expleo, explere, explevi, expletus
fill out; fill, fill up, complete, finish; satisfy, satiate;
expletio, expletionis
fulfillment; process of perfecting; completion; satisfaction; obedience (to);
expletium, expletii
issue;
expletivus, expletiva, expletivum
expletive, serving to fill out, introduced to occupy space or make up number;
explicatio, explicationis
solution/explanation (obscurity/problem); description, pictorial representation;
planning (buildings, etc.), laying out; uncoiling; method/style of exposition;
explicativus, explicativa, explicativum
explanatory;
explicite
clearly, without ambiguity; plainly, explicitly (Ecc);
explicitus, explicita -um, explicitior -or -us, explicitissimus -a -um
clear, straightforward, explicit, plain;
explico, explicare, explicavi, explicatus
unfold, extend; set forth, display, exhibit, explain, disentangle;
explico, explicare, explicui, explicitus
unfold, extend; set forth, explain;
explodeo, explodere, explodui, exploditus [GWXEK]
explode;
explodo, explodere, explosi, explosus[XDXCO]
drive (actor) off stage by clapping; scare off; reject (claim); eject/cast out;
exploratio, explorationis
investigation, searching out; examination, exploration; reconnaissance unit;
exploratior, exploratior, exploratius
explored;
explorator, exploratoris
investigator, one who searches out; scout, spy;
exploro, explorare, exploravi, exploratus
search out, explore; test, try out; reconnoiter, investigate;
explosio, explosionis [GWXEK]
explosion;
explosivus, explosiva, explosivum[GWXEK]
exploding;
expolio, expoliare, expoliavi, expoliatus
plunder;
expolio, expolire, expolivi, expolitus V (4th)
polish; refine;
expolitor, expolitoris
polisher;
exponens, exponentis
exponent (math.);
exponentialis, exponentialis, exponentiale
exponential;
expono, exponere, exposui, expositus
set/put forth/out; abandon, expose; publish; explain, relate; disembark;
exporrigo, exporrigere, exporrexi, exporrectus
stretch/spread out; smooth (brow); extend; expand, widen scope of (idea);
exportaticius, exportaticia, exportaticium
of export;
exportator, exportatoris
exporter;
exporto, exportare, exportavi, exportatus
export, carry out;
exposco, exposcere, expoposci, -
request, ask for, demand; demand the surrender of;
expositio, expositionis
statement, description, explanation; narration; exposing (of a child);
exhibition (of art, of objects);
expostulatio, expostulationis
complaint, protest;
expostulo, expostulare, expostulavi, expostulatus
demand, call for, remonstrate, complain about;
expresse, expressius, expressissime
expressly, for express purpose; clearly, distinctly; pointedly; w/precision;
expressim
explicitly; clearly; expressly;
expressio, expressionis
expulsion/forcing out; elevating section (watermain); molding; expression (Ecc)
expressus, expressa -um, expressior -or -us, expressissimus -a -um
distinct/clear/plain/visible/prominent, clearly defined; closely modeled on;
exprimo, exprimere, expressi, expressus
squeeze, squeeze/press out; imitate, copy; portray; pronounce, express;
exprobrabilis, exprobrabilis, exprobrabile[EXXEE]
worthy of reproach;
exprobratio, exprobrationis
reproaching, reproach;
exprobro, exprobrare, exprobravi, exprobratus
reproach, upbraid, reprove; bring up as reproach (against person DAT);
expromo, expromere, exprompsi, expromptus
bring/take out (from store), put out; put to use, put in play; disclose, reveal;
expropriatio, expropriationis
renunciation; deprivation (of property);
expugnabilis, expugnabilis, expugnabile
open to assault;
expugnatio, expugnationis
storming, taking by storm; assault;
expugnator, expugnatoris
conqueror;
expugnax, (gen.), expugnacis
effectual in overcoming resistance;
expugno, expugnare, expugnavi, expugnatus
assault, storm; conquer, plunder; accomplish; persuade;
expulsio, expulsionis
driving-out; expulsion;
expultrix, expultricis
one who drives out;
expuo, expuere, expui, exputus
spit out; eject; rid oneself of;
expurgatio, expurgationis
justification, vindication; excuse; action of cleaning;
expurgatus, expurgata, expurgatum
expurgated; purified, cleaned up;
expurgo, expurgare, expurgavi, expurgatus
cleanse, purify; exculpate;
expurigatio, expurigationis
justification, vindication; excuse; action of cleaning;
exquaesitio, exquaesitionis
research, inquiry, investigation; seeking for; desiring;
exquaesitor, exquaesitoris
searcher; investigator, researcher;
exquiro, exquirere, exquisivi, exquisitus
seek out, search for, hunt up; inquire into;
exquisitio, exquisitionis
research, inquiry, investigation;
exquisitor, exquisitoris
searcher; investigator, researcher;
exsanguis, exsanguis, exsangue
bloodless, pale, wan, feeble; frightened;
exsatio, exsatiare, exsatiavi, exsatiatus
satisfy, satiate; glut;
exsaturabilis, exsaturabilis, exsaturabile
capable of being satiated;
exsaturatus, exsaturata, exsaturatum
filled, satisfied, sated, having enough;
exsaturo, exsaturare, exsaturavi, exsaturatus
satisfy, sate, glut;
exscidium, exscidi(i)
military destruction (of towns/armies); ruin/demolition; subversion/overthrow;
exscindo, exscindere, exscidi, exscissus
demolish/destroy, raze to ground (town/building); exterminate/destroy (people);
exscreo, exscreare, exscreavi, exscreatus
cough out/up;
exscribo, exscribere, exscripsi, exscriptus
copy, write out;
exsculpo, exsculpere, exsculpsi, exsculptus
carve out; erase;
exseco, exsecare, exsecui, exsectus
cut out/off; remove/make (hole) by cutting; cut, make cut in; castrate;
exsecrabilis, exsecrabilis, exsecrabile
detestable; accursed;
exsecramentum, exsecramenti
accursed thing; increase, excess (Latham); excrement; [~ auri => gold fillings];
exsecrandus, exsecranda, exsecrandum
detestable;
exsecratio, exsecrationis
imprecation, curse;
exsecribilis, exsecribile, exsecribilior -or -us, exsecribilissimus -a -um
accursed, detestable; of/belonging to cursing;
exsecror, exsecrari, exsecratus sum DEP
curse; detest;
exsectio, exsectionis
cutting out;
exsecutio, exsecutionis
performance, carrying out; enforcement (law), act to right wrong; discussion;
exsecutivus, exsecutiva, exsecutivum
executive; ministerial
exsecuto, exsecutere, exsecui, exsecutus[FXXEW]
follow, go after/along; strive after; go on with/persist in; attain/arrive at;
execute, carry out (duty); go through, rehearse; pursue; develop (topic);
exsecutor, exsecutoris
executor, one who carries out task; performer; avenger;
exsecutrix, exsecutricis [XXXDE]
executor (female), one who carries out task; performer; avenger;
exsequia, exsequiae
funeral procession/rites (pl.), obsequies; [~as ire => attend funeral];
exsequiale, exsequialis
funeral rites (pl.);
exsequialis, exsequialis, exsequiale
funeral-, of/related to a funeral or funeral rites;
exsequior, exsequiari, exsequiatus sum DEP
follow in funeral procession to the grave; attend at the grave;
exsequor, exsequi, exsecutus sum DEP
follow, go along/on with; pursue for vengeance/punishment; strive/search after;
persist in; execute, carry out; rehearse; attain, arrive at, accomplish;
exsero, exserere, exserui, exsertus
stretch forth; thrust out (of land); put out (plants); lay bare, uncover (body);
exserto, exsertare, exsertavi, exsertatus
stretch out; uncover;
exsicco, exsiccare, exsiccavi, exsiccatus
dry up; empty (vessel);
exsico, exsicare, exsicui, exsictus
cut out/off; remove/make (hole) by cutting; cut, make cut in; castrate;
exsilio, exsilire, exsilivi, -
spring/leap/burst forth/out, leap up, start up, bound; emerge into existence;
exsilio, exsilire, exsilui, -
spring/leap/burst forth/out, leap up, start up, bound; emerge into existence;
exsilium, exsili(i)
exile, banishment; place of exile/retreat exiles (pl.), those exiled;
exsistentia, exsistentiae
existence; that by which essence becomes actual;
exsistimatio, exsistimationis
opinion (good); reputation/name; esteem; judgment/view/estimation; credit;
exsisto, exsistere, exstiti, -
step out, come forth, emerge, appear, stand out, project; arise; come to light;
exsolvo, exsolvere, exsolvi, exsolutus
unfasten/undo/loose; open (vein); thaw (ice); let flow (body discharge); solve;
set free, release; end, do away with; pay; award; release; perform/discharge;
exsomnis, exsomnis, exsomne
sleepless, wakeful;
exsors, (gen.), exsortis
without share in exempt from lottery;
exspatior, exspatiari, exspatiatus sum DEP
digress, go from the course, wander from the way, spread, extend;
exspectatio, exspectationis
expectation; suspense;
exspecto, exspectare, exspectavi, exspectatus
lookout for, await; expect, anticipate, hope for;
exspergo, exspergere, -, exspersus
sprinkle, scatter;
exspes3 1 NOM S X POS
hopeless; (only NOM S);
exspes, (gen.), -
hopeless (only NOM S);
exspiro, exspirare, exspiravi, exspiratus
breathe out, exhale; expire; cease, die;
exsplendesco, exsplendescere, exsplendui, -
glitter; shine; become conspicuous;
exspolio, exspoliare, exspoliavi, exspoliatus
pillage, rob, plunder;
exspuo, exspuere, exspui, exsputus
spit out; eject; rid oneself of;
exstasia, exstasiae [FEXEF]
rapture; ecstasy; trance;
exstasis, exstasis [FEXDF]
rapture; ecstasy; trance;
exstasis, exstasos/is
terror; amazement; ecstasy;
exstaticus, exstatica, exstaticum
ecstatic;
exsterno, exsternare, exsternavi, exsternatus
terrify greatly, frighten; madden;
exstimulo, exstimulare, exstimulavi, exstimulatus
goad; stimulate;
exstinctio, exstinctionis [XWXEE]
annihilation, slaughter; extinction; dissolution;
exstinctivus, exstinctiva, exstinctivum
extinguishing, annihilating;
exstinctor, exstinctoris [XWXEE]
destroyer, annihilator;
exstinguo, exstinguere, exstinxi, exstinctus
put out, extinguish, quench; kill, destroy;
exstirpo, exstirpare, exstirpavi, exstirpatus
root out, extirpate; pull/pluck out/up by roots; eradicate root and branch;
exsto, exstare,
stand forth/out; exist; be extant/visible; be on record;
exstructio, exstructionis
building-up; erection; adorning;
exstruo, exstruere, exstruxi, exstructus
pile/build up, raise, build, construct;
exsudo, exsudare, exsudavi, exsudatus
exude; sweat out;
exsuffatio, exsuffationis
act of blowing;
exsufflator, exsufflatoris
one who blows at/upon; mocker; despiser;
exsufflo, exsufflare, exsufflavi, exsufflatus
blow at/upon; blow away;
exsuflatora, exsuflatorae
one who blows at/upon; mocker; despiser; (exsufflator with 1 f - Whitaker);
exsuflo, exsuflare, exsuflavi, exsuflatus [EXXCS]
blow at/upon; blow away; (exsufflo with 1 f - Whitaker);
exsul, exsulis N (3rd) C
exile (M/F), banished person; wanderer;
exsulo, exsulare, exsulavi, exsulatus
be exile, live in exile; be banished; be a stranger;
exsultabilis, exsultabilis, exsultabile
joyful;
exsultatio, exsultationis
exultation, joy;
exsultim
friskily;
exsulto, exsultare, exsultavi, exsultatus
rejoice; boast; exalt; jump about, let oneself go;
exsuperabilis, exsuperabilis, exsuperabile
able to be overcome;
exsupero, exsuperare, exsuperavi, exsuperatus
excel; overtop; surpass; overpower;
exsurdo, exsurdare, exsurdavi, exsurdatus
deafen; make dull or blunt (taste);
exsurgo, exsurgere, exsurrexi, exsurrectus
bestir oneself/take action; swell/rise/move/extend up/out/to higher moral level;
rise (to one's feet/from bed/moon/in revolt); stand/rear/get up; come to being;
exsurrectio, exsurrectionis
arising;
exsuscito, exsuscitare, exsuscitavi, exsuscitatus
awaken; kindle; stir up, excite;
extasia, extasiae [FEXEF]
rapture; ecstasy; trance;
extasis, extasis [FEXDF]
rapture; ecstasy; trance;
extasis, extasos/is
terror; amazement; ecstasy;
extaticus, extatica, extaticum
ecstatic;
extemplo
immediately, forthwith;
extemporalis, extemporalis, extemporale
unpremeditated, extempore, ad-lib; of a person speaking off the cuff;
extemporalitas, extemporalitatis
ability to speak/compose extemporaneously;
extemporaliter
unpremeditatedly, extemporaneously; off the cuff; at the moment;
extendo, extendere, extendi, extensus
stretch/thrust out; make taut; extend/prolong/continue; enlarge/increase;
make even/straight/smooth; stretch out in death, (PASS) lie full length;
extendo, extendere, extendi, extentus
stretch/thrust out; make taut; extend/prolong/continue; enlarge/increase;
make even/straight/smooth; stretch out in death, (PASS) lie full length;
extensio, extensionis
span, hand-elbow; extension/stretching/spreading swelling/tumor; strain;
extensor, extensoris
stretcher; one who stretches/extends; torturer (using rack);
extensus, extensa, extensum
lengthened (vowel); wide, extended, extensive prolonged, drawn out;
extensus, extensus
extent; stretch; (of eagle's wings);
extentero, extenterare, extenteravi, extenteratus [EXXFW]
cut open;
extenuo, extenuare, extenuavi, extenuatus
make thin; diminish;
exter, extera -um, exterior -or -us, extremus -a -um
outer/external; outward; on outside, far; of another country, foreign; strange;
extera, exterae
foreigner (female);
extergeo, extergere, extersi, extersus
wipe; wipe dry; wipe away;
extergo, extergere, extersi, extersus
wipe; wipe dry; wipe away;
exteritio, exteritionis
corruption; destruction (Vulgate 4 Ezra 15:39);
exterius[EXXEE]
outwardly; externally;
exterminator, exterminatoris
destroyer; exterminator;
exterminium, exterminii [EXXEE]
extermination, utter destruction;
extermino, exterminare, exterminavi, exterminatus
banish, expel; dismiss;
externo, externare, externavi, externatus
terrify greatly, frighten; madden;
externus, externa, externum
outward, external; foreign, strange;
exterreo, exterrere, exterrui, exterritus
strike with terror, scare;
exterus, extera -um, exterior -or -us, extimus -a -um
outer/external; outward; on outside, far; of another country, foreign; strange;
exterus, exteri
foreigner (male);
extimesco, extimescere, extimui, -
take fright, be alarmed, dread;
extimulo, extimulare, extimulavi, extimulatus
goad; stimulate;
extimum, extimi
outside; end;
extimus, extima, extimum
outermost; farthest; end/utmost edge of;
extinctio, extinctionis [EWXEE]
extinction; annihilation, slaughter; dissolution;
quenching (esp. of lime, Latham); L:debt-discharge;
extinctorium, extinctorii [EXXEE]
candlesnuffer; extinguisher;
extinguo, extinguere, extinxi, extinctus
quench, extinguish; kill; destroy;
extispex, extispicis
soothsayer who practices divination by observation of entrails of victim;
extispicio, extispicere, extipexi, [XEXFW]
examination of entrails or sacrificial victims as means of divination;
extispicum, extispici
examination of entrails or sacrificial victims as means of divination;
extispicus, extispici [XEXIO]
one who practices divination by observation of entrails;
exto, extare, extiti, -
stand out or forth, project be visible, exist, be on record;
extollentia, extollentiae
insolence; haughtiness; pride;
extollo, extollere,
raise; lift up; extol, advance; erect (building);
extorqueo, extorquere, extorsi, extortus
extort; tear away, twist away; twist/wrench out;
extorris, extorris, extorre
exiled;
extra
outside;
extra PREP ACC
outside of, beyond, without, beside; except;
extractio, extractionis
extraction;
extractum, extracti
extract (chemistry);
extraculum, extraculi
corkscrew;
extradiocesanus, extradiocesana, extradiocesanum
extradiocesan, outside diocese;
extraho, extrahere, extraxi, extractus
drag out; prolong; rescue, extract; remove;
extrajudicialis, extrajudicialis, extrajudiciale[ELXEE]
extrajudicial; outside court; outside course of law; not legally authorized;
extrajudicialiter[ELXFE]
extrajudicially; outside court/law;
extramuranus, extramurana, extramuranum
beyond (city) walls; without walls;
extranea, extraneae
foreigner (female);
extraneus, extranea, extraneum
external, extraneous, foreign; not belonging to one's family or household;
extraneus, extranei
foreigner (male);
extraordinarius, extraordinaria, extraordinarium
supplementary; special; immoderate;
extrapolatio, extrapolationis
extrapolation;
extrarius, extraria, extrarium
external; strange, not of one's household; not directly connected; extraneous;
extrasacramentalis, extrasacramentalis, extrasacramentale
extrasacramental;
extremismus, extremismi
extremism;
extremista, extremistae
extremist;
extremitas, extremitatis
border/outline/perimeter; end/extremity; ending/suffix; extreme condition/case;
extremum, extremi
limit, outside; end;
extremus, extremi
rear (pl.);
extrico, extricare, extricavi, extricatus
disentangle, extricate, free;
extrinsecus
from without/outside; externally; from extraneous source; w/no inside knowledge;
extrinsecus, extrinseca, extrinsecum
outer; outside, external; extrinsic; unessential; extraneous;
extritio, extritionis
destruction; exhausting wear; misery
extructio, extructionis
building-up; erection; adorning;
extrudo, extrudere, extrusi, extrusus
thrust out; draw out;
extruo, extruere, extruxi, extructus
pile up; build up, raise;
extum, exti
bowels (pl.); entrails of animals (esp. heart, lungs, liver) for divination;
extumum, extumi
outside; the end;
extumus, extuma, extumum
outermost; farthest; end/utmost edge of;
extundo, extundere, extudi, extusus
beat or strike out produce with effort;
exturbo, exturbare, exturbavi, exturbatus
drive away, put away a wife;
exubero, exuberare, exuberavi, exuberatus
surge or gush up; be abundant, be fruitful;
exudo, exudare, exudavi, exudatus
exude; sweat out;
exul, exulis N (3rd) C
exile (M/F), banished person; wanderer;
exulceratio, exulcerationis
ulceration, condition of being raw/unhealed; irritation, that which exasperates;
exulo, exulare, exulavi, exulatus
be exile, live in exile; be banished; be a stranger;
exultatio, exultationis
exultation, joy;
exulto, exultare, exultavi, exultatus
jump about; let oneself go; exult;
exululo, exululare, exululavi, exululatus
invoke with howls;
exundo, exundare, exundavi, exundatus
gush forth; overflow with;
exuo, exuere, exui, exutus
pull off; undress, take off; strip, deprive of; lay aside, cast off;
exuperabilis, exuperabilis, exuperabile
able to be overcome;
exupero, exuperare, exuperavi, exuperatus
excel; overtop; surpass; overpower;
exurgeo, exurgere, exursi, -
squeeze out;
exurgo, exurgere, exurrexi, exurrectus
bestir oneself/take action; swell/rise/move/extend up/out/to higher moral level;
rise (to one's feet/from bed/moon/in revolt); stand/rear/get up; come to being;
exuro, exurere, exussi, exustus
burn (up/out/completely); destroy/devastate by fire; dry up, parch; scald;
exuvia, exuviae
things stripped off (pl.); spoils, booty; memento, something of another's;
Ezechiel, Ezechielis
Ezechiel; (Old Testament prophet); (book of Bible);
Ezra, Ezrae
Ezra; (Old Testament priest); (book of Bible);