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a
Ah!
a dextra
from the right
right
a sinistra
from the left
a tergo
behind
in the rear
ab aeterno
since a very long time ago
since the beginning of the time
ab initio
from the beginning
abacinare [1]
remove the power of sight [especially by using a red-hot iron rod or basin]
to make blind [especially by using a red-hot iron rod or basin]
abactius
rustled [of cattle]
stolen [of cattle]
abactor {m}
[one who drives off]
cattle thief
abactus
driven away
driven back
driven off
forced to resign
passed over
restrained
abactus {m}
cattle thieving
rustling [stealing of cattle]
stealing of cattle
abaculus {m}
[small cube or tile of colored glass for making ornamental pavements]
tessera
abacus {m}
counting table
gaming board
sideboard
tray
abaestuare [1]
to wave down richly
abalienare [1]
give up possessionius
make alien [from someone]
make hostile
to abstract
to alienate
to detach
to dispose of
to estrange
to remove
to separate
to transfer by saleius
abalienatus
dead
estranged
mortified
unfriendly
abante
before
in front
abbas {m}
abbot
abbatia {f}
abbey
abbatissa {f}
abbess
abbreviare [1]
to abbreviate
to abridge
to break off
to epitomize
to shorten
to weaken
abbreviatio {f}
abbreviation <abbr.>ling.
abdicare [1]
to condemn
to deny
to disallow
to disapprove of
to forbid
to refuse
to reject
to renounce [a throne]ius
to withhold a rightius
abditum {n}
hidden places
abditus
concealed
hidden
secret
abdomen {n}
belly
gluttony
paunch
abequitare [1]
to ride away
aberrare [1]
to aberr
to aberrate
to deviate
to deviate from
to digress
to err
to forget for a time
to get lost
to go astray
to go wrong
to make a mistake
to seek distraction
to stray from
to wander from
aberratio {f}
relief [from trouble]
abhinc
ago
hence
henceforth
hereafter
since
abhorrens
abhorring
differing from
recoiling
shuddering
varying from
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aAh!
a dextrafrom the right
a dextraright
a sinistrafrom the left
a tergobehind
a tergoin the rear
ab aeternosince a very long time ago
ab aeternosince the beginning of the time
ab initiofrom the beginning
abacinare [1]remove the power of sight [especially by using a red-hot iron rod or basin]
abacinare [1]to make blind [especially by using a red-hot iron rod or basin]
abactiusrustled [of cattle]
abactiusstolen [of cattle]
abactor {m}[one who drives off]
abactor {m}cattle thief
abactusdriven away
abactusdriven back
abactusdriven off
abactusforced to resign
abactuspassed over
abactusrestrained
abactus {m}cattle thieving
abactus {m}rustling [stealing of cattle]
abactus {m}stealing of cattle
abaculus {m}[small cube or tile of colored glass for making ornamental pavements]
abaculus {m}tessera
abacus {m}counting table
abacus {m}gaming board
abacus {m}sideboard
abacus {m}tray
abaestuare [1]to wave down richly
ius
abalienare [1]
give up possession
abalienare [1]make alien [from someone]
abalienare [1]make hostile
abalienare [1]to abstract
abalienare [1]to alienate
abalienare [1]to detach
abalienare [1]to dispose of
abalienare [1]to estrange
abalienare [1]to remove
abalienare [1]to separate
ius
abalienare [1]
to transfer by sale
abalienatusdead
abalienatusestranged
abalienatusmortified
abalienatusunfriendly
abantebefore
abantein front
abbas {m}abbot
abbatia {f}abbey
abbatissa {f}abbess
abbreviare [1]to abbreviate
abbreviare [1]to abridge
abbreviare [1]to break off
abbreviare [1]to epitomize
abbreviare [1]to shorten
abbreviare [1]to weaken
ling.
abbreviatio {f}
abbreviation <abbr.>
abdicare [1]to condemn
abdicare [1]to deny
abdicare [1]to disallow
abdicare [1]to disapprove of
abdicare [1]to forbid
abdicare [1]to refuse
abdicare [1]to reject
ius
abdicare [1]
to renounce [a throne]
ius
abdicare [1]
to withhold a right
abditum {n}hidden places
abditusconcealed
abditushidden
abditussecret
abdomen {n}belly
abdomen {n}gluttony
abdomen {n}paunch
abequitare [1]to ride away
aberrare [1]to aberr
aberrare [1]to aberrate
aberrare [1]to deviate
aberrare [1]to deviate from
aberrare [1]to digress
aberrare [1]to err
aberrare [1]to forget for a time
aberrare [1]to get lost
aberrare [1]to go astray
aberrare [1]to go wrong
aberrare [1]to make a mistake
aberrare [1]to seek distraction
aberrare [1]to stray from
aberrare [1]to wander from
aberratio {f}relief [from trouble]
abhincago
abhinchence
abhinchenceforth
abhinchereafter
abhincsince
abhorrensabhorring
abhorrensdiffering from
abhorrensrecoiling
abhorrensshuddering
abhorrensvarying from
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