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



  Q


QUAB. s. A fish: gobio: gobius : Col.: Mart.
To QUACK, v. a. I. To cry like a duck : tetrinnare.
II. To bray loudly : vana, gloriose, or splendide,
mentiri, Cic.
QUACK or QUACKSALVER, s. Circulator, Cels. : circumforaneus
pharmacopeia, Cic.
QUACKERY. *. Verbosae stropha?, pi., Phasdr.
QUADRAGENARY. a. Quadraginta annos natus.
QUADRAGESIMA, s. (A church term.) Quadragesima.
QUADRAGESIMAL, a. Quadragesimalis : quadragesimus
: Plin.
QUADRANGLE, s. Quadratum, Cic.
QUADRANT, s. Quarta pars, Cic.
QUADRATE, s. A square : quadratum, Cic.
To QUADRATE, v. n. Ad, or in, rem quadrare : rei, or
cum re, congruere : Cic.
QUADRATURE, s. Circull quadratic, Vitr.
QUADRENNIAL, a. Quadriennis, Hor.
QUADRILATERAL, a. Quadrilaterus.
QUADRIN. s. A very small coin: teruncius, Ter.
QUADRIPARTITE, a. Quadripartitus, Cic.
QUADRUPED, s. Quadrupes, Cic.
QUADRUPLE, a. Quadruplus, Plaut.
To QUADRUPLICATE, v. a. Quadruplicare, Plaut.
To QUAFF, v. a. Potare : bibere.
QUAFFER. s. Fotor : potator.
QUAGGY, a. Palustris, Caes. : paludosus, Ov.
QUAGMIRE, s. Locus palustris, Caes., paludosus, Ov.
QUAIL, s. Coturnix, Plin A young quail: coturnicis
pullus.
QUAINT, a. Nimis exquisitus : studiosius accersitus :
Cic. : in ostentationem compositus, Liv.
To QUAKE, v. n. Tremere : contremiscere : or, 1
tremiscere : Cic. : intremere, Cels. : horrescere.
QUAKE. s. Tremor, Cic.
QUALIFICATION, s. Tituli attributio, Cic.
To QUALIFY, v. a. Aptum reddere.
QUALITY, s. I. Kind : qualitas, Cic. II. Property
: virtus : naturae munus: Cic. : dos, Ov. III.
High rank : generis claritudo, Cic. I V. Persons of
high rank collectively : summum genus, Plaut.
QUALM, s. Defectio, Cic. : animas detectio, Cels. : defectus,
us, Plin. Qualm of conscience j scrupulus :
religio : conscientia : Cic.
QUANTITY, s. Quantitas, Plin Large quantity:
QUARANTAIN
multitude : magnus numerus (In grammar) : syllabae
spatium -, quantitas : Quint.
QUARANTAIN or QUARANTINE, s. Quadrageni dies : quadraginta
dierum spatium.
QUARREL, s. Contentio : jurgium : Cic. : rixa, Liv.
To pick a quarrel with one: jurgii causam inferre,
Phaedr. : in rixarn ruere, Quint.
To QUARREL, v. n. Inter se contendere, or dissidere :
jurgare : Cic. : jurgari : rixari : Hor To quarrel with
one : aliquem jurgio adoriri, Ter., verbis lacescere, Cic.
QUARRELER. s. Rixosus, Col-. : jurgiosus: Gell. : rixae
cupidus.
QUARRELSOME, a. See QUARRELER.
QUARRY, s. A stone mine : lapicidina, Cic.
QUARRYMAN. s. One who digs in a quarry : lapicida,
Vitr. : lapidum exemptor, Plin. : (lapidarius, U. Jet.).
QUART, s. Duo sextarii.
QUARTAN, s. and a. Quartus A quartan fever :
quartana febris, Cic.: quartana: febris quadrini circuitus,
Plin., quartis diebus recurrens.
QUARTER, s. I. A fourth part: quartapars, Cic. :
quadrans, Col. A quarter of an hour: horae quarta
pars, quadrans. II. A particular region of a
town or country : regio Winter-quarters : hiberna,
Cic. : hibernacula, Liv. III. Remission of life To
cry, to callfor, quarter : mortem deprecari, Cic. : vitam
ab hoste pacisci, Sail., poscere, Ov. : rogare pro vita,
Phaedr To give quarter : ferro parcere, Flor. : victi
vitae parcere.
To QUARTER, v. a. and n. I. To divide into four
parts i in quatuor partes dividere: quatuor partes facere.
To quarter the body-of a criminal : corpus h diversa
distrahere, Liv. : equis quadrifariam abactis discerpere.
II. To station soldiers /exercitum dispertire
per oppida, Liv.
QUARTER-DECK, s. The short upper deck : fori, Cic.
QUARTERN, s. The fourth part of a peck: modiolus,
Vitr.
To QUASH, v. a. and n. Effringere, Plaut. : frangere :
confringere : perfringere : Cic To quash a rebellion :
seditionem sedare, Caes., exstinguere, Liv., comprimere,
Tac.
QUARTERNARY, QUARTERNION, Or QUATERNITY. S.
Quatuor: quaterni: Cic.
QUATRAIN, s. A stanza offour verses : tetrastichon :
or, tetrastichum : Mart.
To QUAVER, v. n. Vario vocis flexu sonum ducere,
Cic. : sonum continuo spiritu trahere in longum, ac volutare,
Plin. : vocem continent! spiritu modulate diffundere,
Cic., volutatim inflectere.
QUAY. s. Crepido, Cic. : lapideus fluvii margo.Varr.,
agger.
QUEEN, s. Regina, Cic. : regnatrix, Plaut.
QUEENAPPLE or QUEENING, s. Renetium malum.
QUEER, a. Insolitus : ab usu communi abhorrens :
mirus : Cic.
QUEERLY. ad. Mirum in modum, Plaut. : mirandum in
modum : mirifice ^ mirabiliter : Cic.
QUEERNESS. s. Morositas : inconstantia mobilitasque
mentis : Cic.
QUEEST. s. A ring-dove : palumbus, Col.
To QUELL, v. a. Reprimere : or, comprimere : coercere
: cohibere : refrenare : Cic. : sedare, Caas.
~ QUELLER. 5. Oppressor. To QUENCH, v. a. and n. Ignem exstinguere, restinguere,
Cic., opprimere, Liv. To quench a fire: exstinguere
incendium, Cic. : incendium compescere, Plin. :
ignem coercere, Plin. J To quench one's thirst: sitim
restinguere, or sedare, Phaedr.
QUENCHLESS, a. Inexstinctus, Ov.
QUERIST, s. Percontator, Hor. : fern, percontatrix.
QUERN, s. Molae trusatiles, pi., Gell.
QUERPO. s. Tunica, Stat.
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QUERULOUS, a. Queribundus, Cic. : querulus, Ov.
QUERY, s. Interrogatio : percontatio : Cic. : quaesitum,
Ov.
QUEST, s. Investigatio, Cic. Togo inquest: queerere:
exquirere.
QUESTION, s. Interrogatio : percontatio : Cic. : quassitum,
Ov. : qusestio : argumentum : Cic. To ask questions
concerning some thing : aliquem de re interrogare,
or percontari, Cic. To put a question : quaestionem
proponere, instituere, or afferre, Cic The matter in
question : controversa res, Cic. : res quac in medio est :
res de qua disceptatur.
To QUESTION, v. a. Aliquem de re interrogare, or
percontari, Cic.
To QUESTION, v. a. De re, or rem, dubitare : aliquid
dubium habere : de re haerere, ambigere, Cic.
QUESTIONABLE, a. Incertus : ambiguus.
QUESTIONER, s. Percontator, Hor.
QUESTIONLESS, ad. Sine dubio : indubitate : Cic. : indubitanter,
Plin.
QUESTMAN or QUESTMONGER. s. Vafer, or fraudulentus,
litigator.
QUESTOR. s. (Antiq.) Quaestor, Cic.
QUESTORSIIIP. s. Quatstura, Cic. .
QUESTUARY
QUESTUARY. a. Avidus : venalis.
To QUIBBLE, v. n. Cavillari, Liv.
QUIBBLE. *. PL, argutiae : facetiae : sales : joci : or,
joca.
QUIBBLER. s. Cavillator, Cic.
QUICK, a. I. Alive : vivens : spirans : vivus : Cic.
II. Swijt, nimble: celer: velox: agilis. III. Active,
sprightly: acer: strenuus.
QUICK, ad. Propere, Ter.: celeriter: velociter: Cic.
Very quick: perniciter, Liv Too quick: praepropere,
Liv.
QUICK, s. Viva caro To cut to the quick : usque ad
sanam camera, or ad sanum, concidere, Cels. : vivo tenus,
or ad vivum, resecare, Col. : ad vivas usque carnes circumcidere,
Plin To cut or touch one to the quick :
amitterein aliquem contumeliae aculeos : alicujus animum
graviter offendere : Cic.
To QUICKEN, v. a. I. To make alive : vitam infundere
: sensum vitalem reddere : vitale auxiliutn afferre :
Lucr. II. To accelerate : accelerare: maturate.
QUICKENING, a. Vitalis, Cic.
QUICKLIME.*. Calx viva.
QUICKLY, ad. I. Speedily : celeriter : propere :
Cic.: Liv. II. Briskly : acriter : strenue.
QUICKNESS, s. I. Celerity: festinatio: velocitas:
Cic. : celeritas, Plin. II. Activity: briskness: acer
animus : strenuitas, Ov.
QUICKSAND, s. Sabulum vestigio cedens, Curt.
QUICKSET. *. Sepes viva : naturale sepimentum :
Varr.
QUICK-SIGHTED, a. Ad res perspicax, Cic. : rerum, or
in rfbus, intelligens.
QUICK-SIGHTEDNESS. s. Perspicicntia : perspicacitas :
Cic.
QUICKSILVER. *. Argentum vivum : hydrargyrus:
Plin.
QUIDDANY. s. Cotonea saccharo condita.
QUIDDITY, s. Captiuncula : sophisma, atis, n. : cavillatio.
QUIESCENCE. *. Quies : requies.
QUIESCENT, a. Quiescens.
QUIET, a. Tranquillus : quietus : placidus : sedatus :
placatus : Cic To lead a quiet life : tranquille vitam traducere,
or agere, Cic. : otia tranquilla agere, Liv.
QUIET. 5. Tranquillitas : quies : requies : otium : cessatio.
Quiet of mind : animi tranquillitas, Cic.
To QUIET, v. a. Pacem afferre : mitigare : pacare :
placare : sedare : tranquillare. To quiet one s self:
mitigari : mitescere : residere : conquiescere : Cic.
QUIETNESS, s. Quies. Quietness of mind: animi
tranquillitas, Cic To spend one's life in peace and
quietness : tranquille placideque vitam traducere, Cic. :
otia tranquilla agere, Lucr.
QUIETUDE, s. Quies : tranquillitas : tranquillus animus
: Cic.
QUILL, s. Calamus, Cic. : penna, Plin.
QUILT. *. Stragulum acu pictum.
To QUILT, v. a. In modum culcitae farcire.
QUINCE, s. A fruit: cydoneum, or cotoneum, malum.
QUINCE-TREE, s. Cydonea malus, Col.
QUINCUNX, s. Quincunx, Cic.
QUINQUAGENARY. a. Quinquaginta annos natus.
QUINQUAGESIMA. s. Quinquagesima.
QUINQUENNIAL, a. Quinquennalis, Liv.
QUINSY, s. A disorder in the throat: angina, Cels.
QUINTAL, s. A hundred-weight: centumpondo:
tumpondium : Plaut. : centenarium pondus. Plin.
QUINTESSENCE, s. Succus subtilissimus, Plin.
QUINTUPLE, s. Quinquiplicatus.
QUIRE, s. (In a church) : templi cella, Virg. : adytum
: ecclesiae chorus (Of paper) : chartarum scapus.
QUIRK, s. Cavillum: cavillatio : aculeus : Cic.j dicterium,
Mart.
To QUIT. v. a. Ab aliquo digredi, Cic. : abire : discedere
To quit a place : e loco cedere, or se recipere,
Cic To quit one's country: cedere e patria, Cic.:
patriae fines linquere, Virg., relinquere, deserere, Cic.
QUIT. part. a. Liberatus.
QUITE, ad. Plane : omninp : cumulate : prorsus : penitus
: in totum : ex toto : Cic.
QUITS, interj. Pares sumus, Mart.
QUITTANCE, s. Apocha, U. Jet.
QUIVER, s. Pharetra, Virg.
To QUIVER, v. n. Tremulo frigore quati.
QUODLIBET. s. Jocus illiberalis, Cic. : vernile dictum,
Tac. : inepta cavillatio, Quint.
QUOIP or COIF. s. Capitis tegmen.
To QUOIF. v. a (A woman) : mulieris caput comere.
QUOIFFURE. s. Capitis integumentum.
QUOIN, s. A corner : secessus, usj recessus, us.
QUOIT, s. Discus, Hor.
To QUOIT, v. n. Disco ludere, Hor.
QUOTA, s. Rata pars, Caes. : rata portio, Plin.
QUOTATION, s. Scriptoris testimonium, or locus : adductus
e scriptore locus. t
QUOTE
To QUOTE, v. a. Auctorem citare, appellare, laudare
or afferre, Cic. : locum e scripture adducere.
QUOTH, v. imperf. Ait : inquit.
QUOTIDIAN, a. Quotidianus, Cic.
Q:
qua : (adv.) by which route, where.
qua : (fem. sing. abl.) (the abbess) BY WHOM she was advised.
quadraginta : forty (Indecl.)
quadratus : square, a square.
quadrigae : four-horse team.
quadrivium : crossroads, place where four roads meet.
quadrivium : second stage of the medieval curriculum
quadrum : a square
quadruplator : an exaggerator, informer
quadruplor : to be an informant.
quae : (fem. pl. nom.) Let THOSE (women) WHO have ears to hear ..
quae : (neut. pl. acc.) those things WHICH we must have
quae : (neut. plur. nom.) WHAT cannot be avoided must be endured.
quae  que : (fem. sing. nom.) (the milkmaid), WHO loved a prince.
quaero quero : to miss, want / seek to know / obtain, get.
quaero quero : to seek, search for / ask, enquire, search for
quaero: to seek, search for, get, obtain
quaesitio  quesitio : investigation, interrogation.
quaeso queso : to seek for, ask for.
quaestio  questio : seeking, searching /inquiry, investigation.
quaestuosus  questuosus : profitable, fond of gain, rich.
quaestus  questus : profit, a source of profit, gainiing, getting.
qualis : of what kind? of the kind that.
qualiscumque : of any kind whatever, any whatever.
qualislibet : of what sort you will.
qualitas : quality, property, nature.
qualiter : just as, in whatever manner/way
quam :  (adv. and conj.) how, than, as ... as possible.
quam : (fem. sing. acc.) (the church), WHICH the Lord loved.
quam plures : as many as possible.
quamdiu : such a long time.
quamobrem : for which reason, on which account, why
quamobrem, quam ob rem : wherefore? why? for which reason.
quamquam : nevertheless, and yet (beginning a sentence)/ though.
quamquam : though, although
quamtotius : ? completely, all.
quamvis : (conj) however much, although/ as much as you like.
quamvis : adv/conj, ever so much
quando : (interr.) when  si quando : if ever.
quandoque : adv, of one time or another
quandoquidem : since, because.
quanti : for how much, at what price.
quanto : by how much (+ comp. adj. or adv.)
quantocius quantotius : as quickly as possible.
quantocius quantotius : the sooner the better.
quantum : (+ gen.) as much of ... as.
quantum : adv, regard to, as much as, the more, the greater
quantum : how much?, how much!, as much as.
quantum in me est : as much as in me lies.
quantus : how great, as great as
quantus ... quantus : as great as, as much as.
quantus : how great?, how great!, how much, as great as.
quantuscumque  quantacumque  quantumcumque : however great
quantuslibet : as much as you will, as great as you will.
quantuvis : as great as you please, however great.
quapropter : wherefore.
quare : wherefore, why, because of which thing.
quartus : fourth.
quarum : (fem. pl. gen.) their envy and jealousy, OF WHICH we know.
quas : (fem. pl. acc.)  the fates, against whom he struggled
quasi : as if, just as, just as if, as it were /a sort of
quassatio : a shaking.
quasso : to shake violently, shake to pieces, break, shatter..
quatenus/quatinus : how far, to what extent, where, seeing that.
quatenus/quatinus : since, as, in order that, that.
quater : four times /again and again.
quattuor : four (indecl.)
quem : (masc. sing. acc.) (the man), WHOM the king struck.
quemadmodum : how, in what manner.
quemadmodum : how? /just as, lust like
quendam : a certain (one, thing, someone)
queo : to be able.
quercetum : an oak grove, and oak forest.
quercus : oak tree.
quereia querella : complaint, complaining.
queribundus : complaining, plaintive, whining.
querimonia : complaint, a charge in court.
queritor : to complain excessively, whine, gripe.
quernus : oaken.
queror : to complain, lament, bewail (dogs) whine, whimper.
querulus : complaining, whining, lamenting.
questus : complaint, lament
qui : (question) how? in what way? / somehow / wherewith
qui : (masc. neut. nom.) (the prince) WHO loved a milkmaid
qui : (masc. pl. nom.) Let THOSE (men) WHO have eyes to see...
qui quae que quod : which, what, that
quia : because.
quianam : why?
quiane : why?
quibus : (fem. pl. dat.) the good fortune, TO WHICH he owed his crown.
quibus : (fem. pl. abl.) the beards, BY WHICH the pirates were known.
quibus : (masc. pl. abl.) his sons, BY WHOM he was attacked when old
quibus : (masc. pl. dat.) the monastery IN WHICH he was intered.
quibus : (neut. pl. dat.) the crimes FOR WHICH he was executed.
quibus : (neut. pl. abl.) the arms WITH WHICH he won Rome.
quicquid : whoever, whatever, whatsoever, anything at all
quicum : with whom, with which
quicumque : quaecumque : quodcumque : any (one, thing, etc.) available
quicumque : quaecumque : quodcumque : whatsoever, anthing that, all that
quid ita : why so?
quid : (+ genitive) how much? how many?
quid : (question) what (thing)?
quidam quaedam quedam quidam : a certain person or thing / a kind of
quidem : adv, certainly, at least, indeed
quidem : indeed, certainly, at least/ ne ... quidem : not ... even
quidne : (question) why not?
quies quietis : quiet, rest, peace / a resting place / sleep / a dream
quiesco :(-evi, -etum) to rest, sleep, be at ease / stop (doing something)
quiete : quietly, calmly
quietus : resting, sleeping, undisturbed / neutral / quiet, calm
quilibet : anyone, anything, whatever (or whomever) you like
quin : (with verbs of hindering, etc.) "without + participle"
quin : but come now, rather, indeed,
quin etiam : why even, in fact, moreover.
quinam quaenam quenam quodnam : which? what?
quindeciens : fifteen times
quingenti : five hundred.
quinquagesimus : fiftieth, a fiftieth part
quinque : five
quinquennis : five years old.
quinquiplico : (-are) to multiply by five
quinymo quinimmo : no, rather
quippe : certainly, to be sure, indeed, of course
quiris : curis : a spear
quiritatio : a scream, cry, shriek
quirito : (-are) to scream, cry out
quis : anyone, anybody, anything
quis : (question) who?, what?, which?
quislibet : anybody, whom you will, all, any
quisnam, quidnam : who, what
quispiam : anyone, anything / someone, something
quisquam : anyone, anything.
quisque : each one, each person
quisquiliae : quisquiliarum : rubbish, trash, garbage, refuse
quisquis : whoever, whatever, whatsoever, anything at all.
quo :  (masc. sing. abl.) (the money) BY means of WHICH he lived.
quo : (neut. sing. abl.) (the eagerness) THROUGH WHICH he died.
quo : to which place, to what place, whither, where.
quod : (with comparative) the x the better (quod celior = the faster the
better)
quod : (beginning sentence) and, but, now.
quod : (neut. sing. nom.) (the war), WHICH killed so many.
quod : (neut. sing. acc.) (the sea), WHICH you cannot drink dry.
quod : (with time) since, as far as, to the extent that.
quod : because, whereas, the point that, the fact that.
quodammodo : in a certain way, in a certain measure.
quomodo : in what manner, how/ in whatever way, somehow.
quondam : formerly, once, at one time, ertswhile.
quoniam : since, whereas, because.
quoque : also, too.
quorum : (masc. pl. gen.) the army, half OF WHICH was ill.
quorum : (neut. pl. gen.) dangers, OF WHICH there were not a few.
quos : (masc. pl. acc.) those WHOM he accused of treachery.
quot : how many, as many (indecl.).
quotiens : often.
quotienscumque : however often.
quovis : to whatever place you will.

Q., abb.
Quintus (Roman praenomen); (abb. Q.);
qua
where; by which route;
quaad
how long?, to what point in time?; for as great a distance as, for as long as;
quacumque
wherever; in whatever part/manner, however; by whatever route/way;
quacunque
wherever; in whatever part/manner, however; by whatever route/way;
quadamtenus
to a certain point/extent; in some measure; only so far to a limit;
quadantenus
to a certain point/extent; in some measure; only so far to a limit;
quadra, quadrae
square table;
quadragenarius, quadragenaria, quadragenarium
of forty;
quadragensim
fortieth;
quadragensum
fortieth;
quadragesima, quadragesimae
Lent; Christian fast of forty days;
quadraginta, quadragesimus -a -um, quadrageni -ae -a, quadragie(n)s
forty;
quadrangulatus, quadrangulata, quadrangulatum[DSXDS]
quadrangular, having four sides;
quadrangulum, quadranguli
quadrangle, plane figure having four sides;
quadrangulus, quadrangula, quadrangulum
quadrangular, having four sides;
quadrans, quadrantis
fourth part, a quarter; 1/4 as, small coin, "farthing";
quadrantal, quadrantalis
unit of liquid measure having volume a cubic Roman foot, amphora; cube/di;
quadrantalis, quadrantalis, quadrantale[XSXNO]
quarter-foot, measuring quarter of Roman foot;
quadrantarius, quadrantaria, quadrantarium
quarter-, of/relating to a quarter; costing quarter as (fee for baths);
quadratum, quadrati
square; S:quadrature (astronomy);
quadratus, quadrata, quadratum
squared, squareset;
quadriangulus, quadriangula, quadriangulum
quadrangular, having four sides;
quadrichordum, quadrichordi [EDXFP]
quadrichord/tetrachord, 4-stringed musical instrument;
quadriduum, quadridui
period of four days; [~o => in the four days from now, within four day of];
quadriennium, quadriennii
period of four years;
quadrifariam
in four parts;
quadrifarius, quadrifaria, quadrifarium
four-fold;
quadrifidus, quadrifida, quadrifidum
four-divided; split into four;
quadriga, quadrigae
four horse chariot (sg. or pl.); chariot team of four horses; any team;
quadrigarius, quadrigaria, quadrigarium
of a racing charioteer;
quadrigarius, quadrigarii
chariot racer; chariot driver in circus;
quadrigatus, quadrigata, quadrigatum
stamped with the figure of a four-horse chariot;
quadrigula, quadrigulae
little team of four horse (pl.)s;
quadrijugis, quadrijugis, quadrijuge[XPXES]
of team of four (poetical);
quadrijugus, quadrijuga, quadrijugum[XPXFS]
yoked four abreast; of team of four (poetical);
quadrijugus, quadrijugi
four-horse team (pl.);
quadrilateralus, quadrilaterala, quadrilateralum
four-sided; quadrilateral;
quadrilibris, quadrilibris, quadrilibre
weighing four pounds
quadrimulus, quadrimula, quadrimulum
four-years-old (Plautus; of quadrimus);
quadrimus, quadrima, quadrimum
four years old;
quadrin
four each/apiece/times/fold (how many each);
quadringenarius, quadringenaria, quadringenarium
of four hundred each;
quadringentensim
four hundredth;
quadringentensum
four hundredth;
quadringenti -ae -a, quadringentesimus -a -um, quadringeni -ae -a, quadringentie(n)s
four hundred;
quadripertitus, quadripertita, quadripertitum
divided into four parts, quadripartite, fourfold;
quadriplex, (gen.), quadriplicis
fourfold; having four parts/aspects; four times as much; multiplied by four;
quadriporticus, quadriporticus
cloister;
quadriremis, quadriremis
quadrireme, vessel having four oars to each bench/banks of oars;
quadriremis, quadriremis, quadrireme
having four oars to each bench/banks of oars;
quadrivium, quadrivii
place where four roads meet; crossroads;
quadrivium, quadrivii [FGXEB]
quadrivium, 2nd group of 7 liberal arts (arithmetic/geometry/astronomy/music);
quadro, quadrare, quadravi, quadratus
square up, make square/suitable; square/fit; quadruple; form rectangular shape;
quadrum, quadri
square; square section; regular shape or form; car-frame
quadrupedans, (gen.), quadrupedantis
galloping;
quadrupertitus, quadrupertita, quadrupertitum
divided into four parts, quadripartite, fourfold;
quadrupes, (gen.), quadrupedis
four-footed;
quadrupes, quadrupedis N (3rd) C
quadruped;
quadruplator, quadruplatoris
multiplier by four; an exaggerator; an informer;
quadruplex, (gen.), quadruplicis
fourfold; having four parts/aspects; four times as much; multiplied by four;
quadruplico, quadruplicare, quadruplicavi, quadruplicatus
quadruple; multiply by four;
quadruplor, quadruplari, quadrupatus sum DEP
be informer;
quadruplum, quadrupli
four times the amount;
quadruplus, quadrupla, quadruplum
fourfold;
quadrus, quadra, quadrum
square;
quadruvium, quadruvii
place where four roads meet; crossroads;
quaerito, quaeritare, quaeritavi, quaeritatus
seek, search for;
quaero, quaerere, quaesivi, quaesitus
search for, seek, strive for; obtain; ask, inquire, demand;
quaesitio, quaesitionis
inquisition;
quaesitum, quaesiti
question, inquiry; gain, acquisition, earnings;
quaesitus, quaesita -um, quaesitior -or -us, quaesitissimus -a -um
special, sought out, looked for; select; artificial, studied, affected;
quaeso, quaesere,
beg, ask, ask for, seek;
quaesticulus, quaesticuli
small profit;
quaestio, quaestionis
questioning, inquiry; investigation;
quaestiuncula, quaestiunculae
little question;
quaestor, quaestoris
quaestor; state treasurer; quartermaster general;
quaestorium, quaestorii
quaestor's residence;
quaestorius, quaestori(i)
ex-quaestor;
quaestorius, quaestoria, quaestorium
of a quaestor;
quaestuosus, quaestuosa, quaestuosum
profitable;
quaestura, quaesturae
quaestorship; public money;
quaestus, quaestus
gain, profit;
qualibet
where you will, anywhere, by any road you like; anyway, as you please;
qualifico, qualificare, qualificavi, qualificatus [FXXFF]
qualify, invest with a quality/qualities;
qualis, qualis, quale
what kind/sort/condition (of); what is (he/it) like; what/how excellent a ...;
qualislibet
of what sort you will;
qualitas, qualitatis
character/nature, essential/distinguishing quality/characteristic; G:mood;
qualiter
as, just as; in what/which way/state/manner (INTERJ), how;
qualitercumque
no matter how; in whatever manner; howsoever be it as it may;
qualitercunque
no matter how; in whatever manner; howsoever be it as it may;
qualubet
where you will, anywhere, by any road you like; anyway, as you please;
qualum, quali
wicker basket;
qualus, quali
wicker basket;
quam
how, how much; as, than; [quam + superlative => as ... as possible];
quam
how, than;
quamde
how, how much; as; (archaic form of quam);
quamdiu
for how long?; how long (ago)?; how long!, what a long time!; until; as long as;
for the preceding period until; up to the time that; inasmuch as; (quam diu);
quamlibet
however, however much;
quamobrem
why, for what reason, on what account; on account of which, where/there-fore;
quamprimum
to the highest degree possible;
quamquam
though, although; yet; nevertheless;
quamtocius
as soon as possible; completely (?), all
quamtotius
as soon as possible; completely (?), all
quamvis
however much; although;
quamvis
however much; although;
quandiu
for how long?; how long (ago)?; how long!, what a long time!; until; as long as;
for the preceding period until; up to the time that; inasmuch as; (quam diu);
quandiucumque
for as long as; (rel adv);
quandius
for as long as; up to the time that;
quando
when (interog), at what time; at any time (indef adv);
quando
when, since, because; [si quando => if ever];
quandocumque
whenever, at whatever time; at some time or other/any time; as often/soon as;
quandocunque
whenever, at whatever time; at some time or other/any time; as often/soon as;
quandoque
whenever, at whatever time; at some time or other/any time/ever; whereas;
quandoquidem
since, seeing that;
quanquam
though, although; yet; nevertheless;
quantillus, quantilla, quantillum
how little?;
quantitas, quantitatis
magnitude/multitude, quantity, degree, size; (specified) amount/quantity/sum;
quantitativus, quantitativa, quantitativum
quantitative;
quanto
(by) how much;
quantocius
the_sooner/quicker the_better;
quantopere
how greatly; in what degree;
quantulum, quantuli
how small/trifling an amount/matter; what a small/trifling thing/amount/matter;
quantulus, quantula, quantulum
how small/little/trifling a ...; how small!; of what (small) size;
quantum
so much as; how much; how far;
quantumcumque N 2 2 ACC S N
however much/little; as much as; whatever;
quantumcumque N 2 2 NOM S N
however much/little; as much as; whatever;
quantumcumque
as far as; to whatever degree;
quantumvis
to as great a degree as you like, as much/long as you like; however; although;
quantus, quanta, quantum
how great; how much/many; of what size/amount/degree/number/worth/price;
quantusvis
to as great a degree as you like, as much/long as you like; however; although;
quantuvis
as great as you please, however great;
quapropter
wherefore, why, for what?;
quaqua
wherever; in every place/point at/through which; [~ versus => on all sides];
quare
in what way? how? by which means, whereby; why; wherefore, therefore, hence;
quartadecem, quartadecimus -a -um, quartadeni -ae -a, quartadecie(n)s
fourteen;
quartadecimamus, quartadecimami
man of fourteenth legion; heretic celebrating Easter 14th day of 1st moon;
quartadecimanus, quartadecimani [XWXFD]
14th legion soldier; (see also quartadecuman-)
quartadecumamus, quartadecumami
man of fourteenth legion; heretic celebrating Easter 14th day of 1st moon;
quartadecumanus, quartadecumani
soldiers (pl.) of the fourteenth legion;
quartanus, quartani [XWXES]
4th legion soldier; men (pl.) of the 14th legion;
quartarius, quartarii
fourth part of a sextarius;
quartusdecimus, quartusdecima, quartusdecimum
fourteenth;
quarzeus, quarzea, quarzeum
in quartz;
quarzicus, quarzica, quarzicum
quartz-adjusted;
quasi
as if, just as if, as though; as it were; about;
quasi
as if, just as if, as though; as it were; about;
quasillum, quasilli
little basket;
quasillus, quasilli
little basket;
quassatio, quassationis
violent shaking;
quasso, quassare, quassavi, quassatus
shake repeatedly; wave, flourish; batter; weaken;
quassus, quassa, quassum
shaking, battered, bruised;
quatefacio, quatefacere, quatefeci, quatefactus
shake, weaken;
quatenus
how far/long?, to what point; to what extent; where; while, so far as; since;
quater
four times (number/degree); on four occasions; (how often); time and again;
quaternarius, quaternaria, quaternarium[FDXES]
containing/consisting of four; of 4 each quaternary; [numerus ~ => 4];
quaternio, quaternionis
number four; 4 on a di; group of 4 (men/things); quaterion/body of 4 soldiers;
quatinus
how far/long?, to what point; to what extent; where; while, so far as; since;
quatio, quatere, -, quassus
shake;
quatriduum, quatridui
period of four days; [~o => in the four days from now, within four day of];
quattor
four;
quattuor, quartus -a -um, quaterni -ae -a, -
four;
quattuordecim, -, -, quatterdecie(n)s
fourteen; (the 14 front theater rows reserved for equestrian order);
quattuorvir, quattuorviri
body of four men/officials (pl.); board of chief magistrates;
quattuorviratus, quattuorviratus
quattuorvir's office;
quatuor
four;
quatuordecim, -, -, quaterdecie(n)s
fourteen;
que[FXXET]
and; (while properly attached as enclitic sometimes copyists make mistakes);
quemadmodum
in what way, how; as, just as; to the extent that;
quemquem PRON 1 0 ACC S M
whomever; every one who; whomever it be; everyone; each;
queo, quire, quivi(ii), quitus V
be able;
quercetum, querceti
oak forest;
querceus, quercea, querceum
oaken, of oak;
quercus, quercus N (4th) F
oak, oak-tree; oak wood/timber/object; oak leaf garland (honor); sea-oak;
querela, querelae
complaint, grievance; illness; difference of opinion; lament; blame (Plater);
querella, querellae
complaint, grievance; illness; difference of opinion; lament; blame (Plater);
queribundus, queribunda, queribundum
complaining, plaintive;
querimonia, querimoniae
complaint, "difference of opinion";
queritor, queritari, - DEP
complain; make a public outcry, cry out in protest; complain excessively;
querneus, quernea, querneum
oaken;
quernus, querna, quernum
of oak, made of oak wood;
queror, queri, questus sum DEP
complain; protest, grumble, gripe; make formal complaint in court of law;
querquerus, querquera, querquerum
shivering;
querquetulanus, querquetulana, querquetulanum
of an oak forest;
querulus, querula, querulum
complaining, querulous; giving forth a mournful sound;
questus, questus
complaint;
qui
how?; how so; in what way; by what/which means; whereby; at whatever price;
qui, quae, qua PRON
any; some; someone (preceded by si, nisi, numquid, ne), something, anyone;
qui, quae, quod PRON
which?, what?; what kind of?;
qui, quae, quod PRON
who, which; (relative pronoun);
quia
because;
quianam
why ever?;
quicquam PRON 1 6 ACC S N
any; anything; anything whatsoever;
quicquam PRON 1 6 NOM S N
any; anything; anything whatsoever;
quicquid PRON 1 6 ACC S N
whatever, whatsoever; everything which; each one; each; everything; anything;
quicquid PRON 1 6 NOM S N
whatever, whatsoever; everything which; each one; each; everything; anything;
quicum PACK
(w/-cum) only ABL with whom?, with which?;
quicumque, quaecumque, quodcumque PACK
(w/-cumque) who/whatever, no matter who/what, in any time/way, however small;
quicunque, quaecunque, quodcunque PACK
(w/-cunque) who/whatever, no matter who/what, in any time/way, however small;
quidam, quaedam, quoddam PACK
(w/-dam) certain; as INDEF a certain thing; somebody, one, something;
quiddam, undeclined
something;
quidditas, quidditatis
quiddity, what a thing is, essence of a thing; (answers question quid est res);
quidem
indeed (postpositive), certainly, even, at least; ne...quidem -- not...even;
quidnam
what? how?;
quidni
why not?;
quidquid PRON 1 6 ACC S N
whatever, whatsoever; everything which; each one; each; everything; anything;
quidquid PRON 1 6 NOM S N
whatever, whatsoever; everything which; each one; each; everything; anything;
quies, quietis
quiet, calm, rest, peace; sleep;
quiesco, quiescere, quievi, quietus
rest, keep quiet/calm, be at peace/rest; be inactive/neutral; permit; sleep;
quiete, quietius, quietissime
quietly, peacefully, calmly, serenely;
quietus, quieta -um, quietior -or -us, quietissimus -a -um
at rest; quiet, tranquil, calm, peaceful; orderly; neutral; still; idle;
quilibet, quaelibet, quodlibet PACK
(w/-libet) whatever, whichever, no matter, what you please; any whatever;
quilibet, quaelibet, quodlibet PACK
(w/-libet) whoever/whatever you please; anyone/anything whatever;
quilubet, quaelubet, quodlubet PACK
(w/-lubet) whatever, whichever, no matter, what you please; any whatever;
quilubet, quaelubet, quodlubet PACK
(w/-lubet) whoever/whatever you please; anyone/anything whatever;
quin
why not, in fact;
quin
so that not, without; that not; but that; that; [quin etiam => moreover];
quinam, quaenam, quodnam PACK
(w/-nam) who then; who in the world; which, I insist;
quinaria, quinariae
five quarter-digit bore of pipe used as measure of capacity;
quinarius, quinaria, quinarium
containing five each; grouped-by-fives; made of sheet five digits wide (pipe);
quinarius, quinarii
quinarius (Roman coin worth five asses, half a denarius);
quinct[BXXAG]
five;
Quinctilis, Quinctilis, Quinctile
July (month/mensis); abb. Quin.?; renamed Julius in 44 BC; in 5th place;
Quinctius, Quinctia, Quinctium
Quinctian; of Quinctius gens;
quincunx, quincuncis
quincunx, the five on dice; 5/12, esp. of an as = 5 unciae;
quindecim, quindecimus -a -um, quindeci -ae -a, quindecie(n)s
fifteen;
quindecimprimus, quindecimprimi [XLXEC]
fifteen senators (pl.) of a municipium;
quindecimvir, quindecimviri [XLXEC]
one of board of fifteen magistrates;
quindecimviralis, quindecimviralis, quindecimvirale[XLXEC]
of the quindecimviri (board of fifteen magistrates);
quingentensim
five hundredth;
quingentensum
five hundredth;
quingenti -ae -a, quingentesimus -a -um, quingeni -ae -a, quingentie(n)s
five hundred;
quinimmo
indeed, in fact; but truly; but/and more/furthermore;
quinquagenarius, quinquagenaria, quinquagenarium
containing/consisting of 50; from 50 digit sheet; 50 digit square; 50 years old;
quinquagenarius, quinquagenarii [XWXES]
captain of 50 men (Israelite), officer commanding 50 men;
quinquagensim
fiftieth;
quinquagensum
fiftieth;
quinquaginta, quinquagesimus -a -um, quinquageni -ae -a, quinquagie(n)s
fifty;
quinquangulus, quinquangula, quinquangulum
five-cornered;
Quinquatrus, Quinquatrus N (4th) F
Minerva festival;
quinque, quintus -a -um, quini -ae -a, quinquie(n)s
five;
Quinquegentianus, Quinquegentiani [DXAFT]
Five_Nations; (league of desert people against Romans - 3rd century Mauretania);
quinquennalis, quinquennalis, quinquennale
occurring every five years; lasting for five years; (officials/offices);
quinquennis, quinquennis, quinquenne
five years old; lasting five years; occurring once every five years;
quinquennium, quinquenni(i)
period of five years; (sometimes applied by old inclusive rule to four years);
quinquepartitus, quinquepartita, quinquepartitum
in five portions; fivefold;
quinquepertitus, quinquepertita, quinquepertitum
in five portions, fivefold;
quinqueprimus, quinqueprimi [XLXEC]
five chief senators (pl.) in a municipium;
quinqueremis, quinqueremis
quinquereme, large galley with five rowers to each room or five banks of oars;
quinqueremis, quinqueremis, quinquereme
quinquereme (w/navis), large galley with 5 rowers to each room/banks of oars;
quinquevir, quinqueviri [XLXEC]
one of board of five;
quinqueviratus, quinqueviratus [XLXEC]
office of quinquevir;
quinquiplico, quinquiplicare, quinquiplicavi, quinquiplicatus [XSXEC]
multiply by five;
Quint., abb.
July (month/mensis understood); abb. Quint.??; renamed to Julius in 44 BC;
quintadecem, quintadecimus -a -um, quintadeni -ae -a, quintadecie(n)s[FXXET]
fifteen;
quintadecimanus, quintadecimani
soldiers (pl.) of the fifteenth legion;
quintadecumanus, quintadecumani
soldiers of the fifteenth legion;
quintana, quintanae
road (w/via) in a Roman camp between fifth and sixth maniples (used as market);
quintanus, quintana, quintanum
of/belonging to the 5th; falling on 5th of month; occurring at intervals of 5;
quintanus, quintani
soldiers of the fifth legion;
quintarius, quintaria, quintarium
of/connected to the 5th; occurring at intervals of 5 centuriae (surveying);
quinticeps, (gen.), quinticipitis
five-peaked;
Quintilis, Quintilis, Quintile
July (month/mensis); abb. Quin.??; renamed Julius in 44 BC; in 5th place;
Quintilius, Quintili
Quintilius; (Roman gens name); (P. ~ Varus general annihilated in 9 AD);
Quintilius, Quintilia, Quintilium
Quintilius; (Roman gens name); (P. ~ Varus general annihilated in 9 AD);
quintum
for the fifth time;
Quintus, Quinti [XXIDX]
Quintus (Roman praenomen); (abb. Q.);
quinymo
indeed, in fact; but truly; rather (= quinimmo);
quippe
of course; as you see; obviously; naturally; by all means;
quippiam PRON 1 0 ACC S N
some/any one/thing; unspecified thing/person; certain quanity, a bit; at all;
quippiam PRON 1 0 NOM S N
some/any one/thing; unspecified thing/person; certain quanity, a bit; at all;
quippini
why not;
Quirinale, Quirinalis
festival (pl.) in honor of Quirinus/Romulus, celebrated 17th of February;
quiris, quiritis
spear (Sabine word);
Quiris, Quiritis
citizens (pl.) of Rome collectively in their peacetime functions;
Quiris, Quiritis
inhabitants (pl.) of the Sabine town Cures; Romans in their civil capacity;
quiritatio, quiritationis
shriek, scream;
quiritatus, quiritatus
plaintive cry; wail;
Quirites
citizens (pl.) of Rome collectively in their peacetime functions;
quiritor, quiritari, - DEP
complain; make a public outcry, cry out in protest; complain excessively;
quis, quis, quid PRON
anyone, anybody, anything; someone, something; one or another;
quis, quis, quid PRON
who?, which one?, what man?, what thing? (type/nature); what kind of; what?;
quisnam, quaenam, quidnam PACK INTERR
(w/-nam) who?; what?; who then?; who in the world?;
quispiam, quaepiam, quidpiam PACK ADJECT
(w/-piam) any/somebody, any, some, any/something;
quisquam, quaequam, quidquam PACK ADJECT
(w/-quam) any; anyone/anybody (no pl.) (INDEF) anything; any man, any person;
quisque, quaeque, quidque PACK ADJECT
(w/-que) any; each;
quisque, quaeque, quodque PACK
(w/-que) each, each one; every, everybody, everything (more than 2); whatever;
quisquilia, quisquiliae
rubbish (pl.), sweepings, refuse;
quisquis PRON 1 2 NOM S C
whoever; every one who; whoever it be; everyone; each;
quivis, quaevis, quidvis PACK ADJECT
(w/-vis) whoever it be, whom you please; any whatever;
quivis, quaevis, quodvis PACK
(w/-vis) any whatever; anyone/anything you wish;
qum PREP ABL
with, together/jointly/along/simultaneous with, amid; supporting; attached;
under command/at the head of; having/containing/including; using/by means of;
quo
where, to what place; to what purpose; for which reason, therefore;
quo
whither, in what place, where;
quoad
as long as, until;
quoadusque
until that;
quocirca
on account of which; wherefore;
quocumque
wherever, to/in any place/quarter to which/whatever, whithersoever; anywhere;
quocunque
wherever, to/in any place/quarter to which/whatever, whithersoever; anywhere;
quod
with respect to which;
quod
because, as far as, insofar as; [quod si => but if];
quodammodo
in a certain way, in a certain measure;
quodnisi
but if not; and if not; (introduces conditional); (quodnisi = quod nisi);
quodquod PRON 1 7 ACC S N
whatever, whatsoever; everything which; each one; each; everything; anything;
quodquod PRON 1 7 NOM S N
whatever, whatsoever; everything which; each one; each; everything; anything;
quodsi
but if; and if; (introduces conditional); (quodsi = quod si)
quoiquoimodi[BXXCS]
of what kind/sort/nature soever;
quojas, (gen.), quojatis[AXXCO]
of what country/town/locality?; whence?
quojatis, (gen.), quojatis
of what country/town/locality?; whence?
quojus, quoja, quojum[AXXCS]
of whom?, whose?; (interrogative); of/pertaining to whom, whose (relative);
quojuscemodi
of what kind/sort/nature soever;
quojusquemodi
of whatever kind/sort/nature;
quolibet
whithersoever you please;
quom
when, at the time/on each occasion/in the situation that; after; since/although;
as soon; while, as (well as); whereas, in that, seeing that; on/during which;
quom PREP ABL [BXXDO]
with, together/jointly/along/simultaneous with, amid; supporting; attached;
under command/at the head of; having/containing/including; using/by means of;
quominus
that not, from (quo minus);
quomodo
how, in what way; just as;
quomodocumque
however, no matter what way; in whatever way; somehow; in some degree or other;
quomodocunque
however, no matter what way; in whatever way; somehow; in some degree or other;
quomodonam
how then?;
quonam
to whatever place;
quondam
formerly, once, at one time; some day, hereafter;
quoniam
because, since, seeing that;
quopiam
somewhere;
quoquam
to any place, anywhere;
quoque
likewise/besides/also/too; not only; even/actually; (after word emphasized);
quoquo PRON 1 0 ABL S X
whoever; whatever, whatsoever; every one who; everything which; each one; each;
quoquo
wherever, in whatever place/direction; whatever; anywhere; in each direction;
quoquomodo
in whatever way; however (quoquo modo);
quoquomque
wherever, to/in any place/quarter to which/whatever, whithersoever; anywhere;
quoquoversum
in every direction; in every way;
quoquoversus
in every direction; in every way;
quor
why, wherefore, for what reason? (impatience); on account of which? because;
quorsom
whither, in what direction; to what place/action/point/end; with what view?
quorsum
whither, in what direction; to what place/action/point/end; with what view?
quorsus
whither, in what direction; to what place/action/point/end; with what view?
quosum
whither, in what direction; to what place/action/point/end; with what view?
quot, undeclined
how many; of what number; as many;
quotannis
every year, yearly;
quotcumque, undeclined
whatever number of; as many as; however many;
quotcunque, undeclined
whatever number of; as many as; however many;
quotenus, quotena, quotenum
how many (pl.);
quotidianus, quotidiana, quotidianum
daily, everyday; usual/habitual, normal/regular; ordinary/common/unremarkable;
quotidie
daily, every day; day by day; usually, ordinarily, commonly;
quotiens
how often; as often as;
quotienscumque
whenever, every time that; however often, as often as;
quotienscunque
whenever, every time that; however often, as often as;
quotiensquonque
whenever, every time that; however often, as often as;
quoties
how often; as often as;
quotiescumque
whenever, every time that; however often, as often as;
quotiescunque
whenever, every time that; however often, as often as;
quotiesquonque
whenever, every time that; however often, as often as;
quotlibet
as many as please; as many as one will;
quotomus, quotoma, quotomum
of what number
quotquot
however many;
quotum, quoti
quotient (math.);
quotus, quota, quotum
what number of?; how many?; what ever number of, as many as; the number that;
having what position in a numerical series?, bearing what proportion to;
quotusquisque
how few;
quousque
until what time? till when? how long?;
qur
why, wherefore, for what reason? (impatience); on account of which?; because;
quum
when, while, as, since, although; as soon;
quum PREP ABL
with, together with, at the same time with; under; at; along with, amid;
quur
why, wherefore, for what reason? (impatience); on account of which?; because;