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habena {f}
strap
thong
habilitas {f}
ability
aptitude
habitabilis
habitable
inhabitable
habitaculum {n}
dwelling place
habitation
home
residence
habitare [1]
to dwell
to inhabit
to live
to stay
habitatio {f}
residence
habiturire [4]
to desire to have
to long for
habitus {m}
habit
habrotonum {n}
southernwoodherb.T
hactenus
as far as this
hitherto
thus far
to this extent
to this place
to this point
to this time
Hadria {f}
Adriatic Seageogr.
Hadrianus
Hadrianichist.
Hadriaticum {n}
Adriatic Seageogr.
haec
this
haedilia {f}
kid [of the goat]anim.
little goatanim.T
yeanling [goat]agr.anim.
haedinus
kid [attr.]anim.
of a kidanim.
haedulus {m}
little kid
little young goat
haerere [2]
to adhere
to cling [to]
to stick [to]
haereticus
heretic
heretical
haereticus {m}
heretic
haesitabundus
faltering
hesitating
stammering
haesitare [1]
to be stuck
to be undecided
to hesitate
haesitatio {f}
hesitation
stammering
haesitator {m}
one is undecided
one who hesitates
waverer
hafnium {n} [rec.] <Hf>
hafnium <Hf>chem.
halagora {f}
saltmarket
halare [1]
to be fragrant
to breathe
to breathe out
to emit fragrance
to emit vapor
to exhale
halcedo {f}
halcyon [kingfisher]litt.myth.orn.T
halcyon {f}
halcyon [kingfisher]orn.T
halitus {m}
breath
steam
vapor [Am.]
vapour [Br.]
hama {f}
fire bucket
hamadryas {f}
dryadmyth.
hamiota {m}
anglerpisces
fisherman [using fishing rod]
hamus {m}
hook
spike
Hannibal ante portas [Marcus Tullius Cicero]
Hannibal before the gates
harena {f}
sand
hariola {f}
prophetess
hariolatio {f}
prophesying
soothsaying
hariolus {m}
prophet
soothsayer
Harrius Potter et Philosophi Lapis
Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone [Br.] [J. K. Rowling]F
haruspex {m}
soothsayer [archaic]
hassium {n} [rec.] <Hs>
hassium <Hs>chem.
hasta {f}
spear
hebes
stupid
hedera {f}
ivy
helium {n} [rec.] <He>
helium <He>chem.
Helvetia {f}
Switzerland <.ch>geogr.
Hera {f}
Heramyth.
herbaceus
grass-colored
grassy
herbaria {f}
botany
herbipotens
skilled in herbs
hereditarius
hereditary
heres {m}
heir
heri
yesterday
herniosus
having a rupture
ruptured
heroice
in the heroic style
habena {f}strap
habena {f}thong
habilitas {f}ability
habilitas {f}aptitude
habitabilishabitable
habitabilisinhabitable
habitaculum {n}dwelling place
habitaculum {n}habitation
habitaculum {n}home
habitaculum {n}residence
habitare [1]to dwell
habitare [1]to inhabit
habitare [1]to live
habitare [1]to stay
habitatio {f}residence
habiturire [4]to desire to have
habiturire [4]to long for
habitus {m}habit
herb.T
habrotonum {n}
southernwood
hactenusas far as this
hactenushitherto
hactenusthus far
hactenusto this extent
hactenusto this place
hactenusto this point
hactenusto this time
geogr.
Hadria {f}
Adriatic Sea
hist.
Hadrianus
Hadrianic
geogr.
Hadriaticum {n}
Adriatic Sea
haecthis
anim.
haedilia {f}
kid [of the goat]
anim.T
haedilia {f}
little goat
agr.anim.
haedilia {f}
yeanling [goat]
anim.
haedinus
kid [attr.]
anim.
haedinus
of a kid
haedulus {m}little kid
haedulus {m}little young goat
haerere [2]to adhere
haerere [2]to cling [to]
haerere [2]to stick [to]
haereticusheretic
haereticusheretical
haereticus {m}heretic
haesitabundusfaltering
haesitabundushesitating
haesitabundusstammering
haesitare [1]to be stuck
haesitare [1]to be undecided
haesitare [1]to hesitate
haesitatio {f}hesitation
haesitatio {f}stammering
haesitator {m}one is undecided
haesitator {m}one who hesitates
haesitator {m}waverer
chem.
hafnium {n} [rec.] <Hf>
hafnium <Hf>
halagora {f}saltmarket
halare [1]to be fragrant
halare [1]to breathe
halare [1]to breathe out
halare [1]to emit fragrance
halare [1]to emit vapor
halare [1]to exhale
litt.myth.orn.T
halcedo {f}
halcyon [kingfisher]
orn.T
halcyon {f}
halcyon [kingfisher]
halitus {m}breath
halitus {m}steam
halitus {m}vapor [Am.]
halitus {m}vapour [Br.]
hama {f}fire bucket
myth.
hamadryas {f}
dryad
pisces
hamiota {m}
angler
hamiota {m}fisherman [using fishing rod]
hamus {m}hook
hamus {m}spike
Hannibal ante portas [Marcus Tullius Cicero]Hannibal before the gates
harena {f}sand
hariola {f}prophetess
hariolatio {f}prophesying
hariolatio {f}soothsaying
hariolus {m}prophet
hariolus {m}soothsayer
F
Harrius Potter et Philosophi Lapis
Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone [Br.] [J. K. Rowling]
haruspex {m}soothsayer [archaic]
chem.
hassium {n} [rec.] <Hs>
hassium <Hs>
hasta {f}spear
hebesstupid
hedera {f}ivy
chem.
helium {n} [rec.] <He>
helium <He>
geogr.
Helvetia {f}
Switzerland <.ch>
myth.
Hera {f}
Hera
herbaceusgrass-colored
herbaceusgrassy
herbaria {f}botany
herbipotensskilled in herbs
hereditariushereditary
heres {m}heir
heriyesterday
herniosushaving a rupture
herniosusruptured
heroicein the heroic style
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