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Daci {m.pl}
Dacians [a people on the lower Danube]
Dacia {f}
[the country of the Daci]
dactylicus
dactylic
dactylus {m}
dactyl
daedale
artistically
skilfully [Br.]
skillfully [Am.]
daedalus
artistic
skilful in creating [Br.]
skilfully made [Br.]
skillful in creating [Am.]
skillfully made [Am.]
variegated
Daedalus {m}
[mythical Atehnian craftsman]
Dalmatae {m.pl}
Dalmatians [a people on the East coast of the Adriatic]
Dalmatia {f}
Dalmatia
dama {f}
deer
venison
damma {f}
doeanim.
damnatio {f}
condemnation
conviction
obligation to pay [of an heir]
damnatorius
condemnatory
damnose
destructively
excessively
ruinously
damnum {n}
damage
loss
Danuvinus
belonging to the Danube
Danubian
of the Danube
Danuvius {m}
Danubegeogr.
dare [1]
to allow
to bestow [lend]
to dedicate
to devote
to give
to grant [lend]
to impart
to lend
to make
to offer
to pay
to sell
darmstadtium {n} [rec.] <Ds>
darmstadtium <Ds>chem.
datio {f}
act of allotting
act of distributing
act of giving
giving up
right of alienation
right to convey away property
right to give away property
surrender
dativus
appointed
belonging to giving
given
of giving
dativus {m}
dativeling.
dative caseling.
datum {n}
gift
de
of
on
deambulatio {f}
promenading
walking abroad
debellare [1]
to bring a war to an end
to conquer completely
to fight completely
to fight out
to finish a war
to subdue
to vanquish
debellator {m}
conqueror
subduer
debellatrix {f}
conqueress
debere [2]
to have to
debilitatio {f}
laming
maiming
weakness
debitum {n}
fault
decedere [3]
to leave
decem [indekl.] <X>
ten <10>
decem milia
ten thousand
decem novem [indecl.] <XIX>
nineteen <19>
December
of December
December {m}
December
decempedalis
ten feet long
decemplex
tenfold
decennalia {n.pl}
festival celebrated every ten years
decennalis
decennial
of ten years
decennia {n.pl}
festival celebrated every ten years
decennis
of ten years
decennium {n}
period of ten years
decentia {f}
comeliness
decency
decertatio {f}
decisive struggle
decessio {f}
a going away
abatement
decrease
departure
Daci {m.pl}Dacians [a people on the lower Danube]
Dacia {f}[the country of the Daci]
dactylicusdactylic
dactylus {m}dactyl
daedaleartistically
daedaleskilfully [Br.]
daedaleskillfully [Am.]
daedalusartistic
daedalusskilful in creating [Br.]
daedalusskilfully made [Br.]
daedalusskillful in creating [Am.]
daedalusskillfully made [Am.]
daedalusvariegated
Daedalus {m}[mythical Atehnian craftsman]
Dalmatae {m.pl}Dalmatians [a people on the East coast of the Adriatic]
Dalmatia {f}Dalmatia
dama {f}deer
dama {f}venison
anim.
damma {f}
doe
damnatio {f}condemnation
damnatio {f}conviction
damnatio {f}obligation to pay [of an heir]
damnatoriuscondemnatory
damnosedestructively
damnoseexcessively
damnoseruinously
damnum {n}damage
damnum {n}loss
Danuvinusbelonging to the Danube
DanuvinusDanubian
Danuvinusof the Danube
geogr.
Danuvius {m}
Danube
dare [1]to allow
dare [1]to bestow [lend]
dare [1]to dedicate
dare [1]to devote
dare [1]to give
dare [1]to grant [lend]
dare [1]to impart
dare [1]to lend
dare [1]to make
dare [1]to offer
dare [1]to pay
dare [1]to sell
chem.
darmstadtium {n} [rec.] <Ds>
darmstadtium <Ds>
datio {f}act of allotting
datio {f}act of distributing
datio {f}act of giving
datio {f}giving up
datio {f}right of alienation
datio {f}right to convey away property
datio {f}right to give away property
datio {f}surrender
dativusappointed
dativusbelonging to giving
dativusgiven
dativusof giving
ling.
dativus {m}
dative
ling.
dativus {m}
dative case
datum {n}gift
deof
deon
deambulatio {f}promenading
deambulatio {f}walking abroad
debellare [1]to bring a war to an end
debellare [1]to conquer completely
debellare [1]to fight completely
debellare [1]to fight out
debellare [1]to finish a war
debellare [1]to subdue
debellare [1]to vanquish
debellator {m}conqueror
debellator {m}subduer
debellatrix {f}conqueress
debere [2]to have to
debilitatio {f}laming
debilitatio {f}maiming
debilitatio {f}weakness
debitum {n}fault
decedere [3]to leave
decem [indekl.] <X>ten <10>
decem miliaten thousand
decem novem [indecl.] <XIX>nineteen <19>
Decemberof December
December {m}December
decempedalisten feet long
decemplextenfold
decennalia {n.pl}festival celebrated every ten years
decennalisdecennial
decennalisof ten years
decennia {n.pl}festival celebrated every ten years
decennisof ten years
decennium {n}period of ten years
decentia {f}comeliness
decentia {f}decency
decertatio {f}decisive struggle
decessio {f}a going away
decessio {f}abatement
decessio {f}decrease
decessio {f}departure
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