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caballarius {m}
horseman
rider
caballus {m}
horseanim.T
cachinnus {m}
guffaw
cacumen {n}
apex
peak
cadaver {n}
body [dead body]
cadaver
corpse
cadaverosus
cadaverous
Cadmus {m}
Cadmusmyth.
caedes {f}
carnage
caelebs
wifeless
caelestis
celestial
heavenly
caeliscalpium {n} [rec.]
skyscraperarch.
caelum {n}
heaven
sky
caeruleus
blue
caesaries {f}
(head) hair
cafeum {n} [rec.]
coffee
caffeum {n}
coffee
calamitas {f}
calamity
disaster
loss
misfortune
calcareus
calcareous
calceus {m}
shoe
calidus
hot
warm
calix {m} vitreus aquae
glass of water
callide
all right
camelopardalis {f}
camelopard [archaic] [giraffe]anim.T
giraffeanim.T
camelus {m} {f}
camelanim.T
camera {f}
room
Campania {f}
Campaniageogr.
campidoctor {m}
drill instructor
drill sergeant
campsare [1]
to double (a cape)
to sail by
to turn around in place
campus {m}
field
level
place
plain
camus {m}
bit for horses
collar for neck
curb [horse]
muzzle for horses
necklace
cancellarius
kept behind bars
living behind bars
cancellarius {m}
doorkeeper
porter
secretary
cancer {m}
cancermed.
Cancer [zodiac]astron.
cankermed.
crab
diseasemed.
tumormed.
cancer {m} [fig.]
summer heatlitt.
the Southlitt.
cancer {n}
cancermed.
Cancer [zodiac]astron.
cankermed.
crabanim.T
summer heat [Ovid]litt.
the South [Ovid]litt.
canceraticus [rec.]
cancerousmed.
candidus
white [shiny]
canere [3]
to sing
canis {m}
dog
cantare [1]
to sing
cantatrix {f}
singer [female]
cantherinus
belonging to a horse
horse-
like a horse
of a horse
cantheriolus {m}
small vine-supporting prop
cantor {m}
singer
cantrix {f}
singer [female]
cantus {m}
singing
canus
grey [esp. Br.]
canutus
grey [esp. Br.]
capere [3]
to capture
to get [receive]
to seize
capillus {m}
hairanat.
capitis dolor {m}
headache
Cappadocia {f}
Cappadociageogr.
capra {f}
goat
caprea {f}
roe deeranim.T
capsula {f}
capsule
captio {f}
damage
captura {f}
gain
caput {m}
head
caput {n}
capital
caput {n} cenae
main course
caballarius {m}horseman
caballarius {m}rider
anim.T
caballus {m}
horse
cachinnus {m}guffaw
cacumen {n}apex
cacumen {n}peak
cadaver {n}body [dead body]
cadaver {n}cadaver
cadaver {n}corpse
cadaverosuscadaverous
myth.
Cadmus {m}
Cadmus
caedes {f}carnage
caelebswifeless
caelestiscelestial
caelestisheavenly
arch.
caeliscalpium {n} [rec.]
skyscraper
caelum {n}heaven
caelum {n}sky
caeruleusblue
caesaries {f}(head) hair
cafeum {n} [rec.]coffee
caffeum {n}coffee
calamitas {f}calamity
calamitas {f}disaster
calamitas {f}loss
calamitas {f}misfortune
calcareuscalcareous
calceus {m}shoe
calidushot
caliduswarm
calix {m} vitreus aquaeglass of water
callideall right
anim.T
camelopardalis {f}
camelopard [archaic] [giraffe]
anim.T
camelopardalis {f}
giraffe
anim.T
camelus {m} {f}
camel
camera {f}room
geogr.
Campania {f}
Campania
campidoctor {m}drill instructor
campidoctor {m}drill sergeant
campsare [1]to double (a cape)
campsare [1]to sail by
campsare [1]to turn around in place
campus {m}field
campus {m}level
campus {m}place
campus {m}plain
camus {m}bit for horses
camus {m}collar for neck
camus {m}curb [horse]
camus {m}muzzle for horses
camus {m}necklace
cancellariuskept behind bars
cancellariusliving behind bars
cancellarius {m}doorkeeper
cancellarius {m}porter
cancellarius {m}secretary
med.
cancer {m}
cancer
astron.
cancer {m}
Cancer [zodiac]
med.
cancer {m}
canker
cancer {m}crab
med.
cancer {m}
disease
med.
cancer {m}
tumor
litt.
cancer {m} [fig.]
summer heat
litt.
cancer {m} [fig.]
the South
med.
cancer {n}
cancer
astron.
cancer {n}
Cancer [zodiac]
med.
cancer {n}
canker
anim.T
cancer {n}
crab
litt.
cancer {n}
summer heat [Ovid]
litt.
cancer {n}
the South [Ovid]
med.
canceraticus [rec.]
cancerous
candiduswhite [shiny]
canere [3]to sing
canis {m}dog
cantare [1]to sing
cantatrix {f}singer [female]
cantherinusbelonging to a horse
cantherinushorse-
cantherinuslike a horse
cantherinusof a horse
cantheriolus {m}small vine-supporting prop
cantor {m}singer
cantrix {f}singer [female]
cantus {m}singing
canusgrey [esp. Br.]
canutusgrey [esp. Br.]
capere [3]to capture
capere [3]to get [receive]
capere [3]to seize
anat.
capillus {m}
hair
capitis dolor {m}headache
geogr.
Cappadocia {f}
Cappadocia
capra {f}goat
anim.T
caprea {f}
roe deer
capsula {f}capsule
captio {f}damage
captura {f}gain
caput {m}head
caput {n}capital
caput {n} cenaemain course
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