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obcupatus
busy [with a lot to do]
obducere [3]
to overspread
obeliscus {m}
obeliskarch.ars
obesus
fat
obiurgatio {f}
chiding
rebuke
remonstrance
reproof
scolding
oblectamen {n}
delight
pleasure
obligare [1]
to bind
to oblige
obligatio {f}
obligation
oblivio {f}
forgetfulness
oblivion
obliviosus
forgetful
oblivious
oblivisci [3] [+gen.]
to forget
obnoxius
dependent
oboedientia {f}
obedience
obscuratio {f}
obscuration
obscurus
dark
obscure
obsequentia {f}
complaisance
observatio {f}
observation
observator {m}
observer
obsoletus
worn-out
obstinatio {f}
obstinacy
occidere [3]
to murder
occipitium {n}
occiputanat.
occultus
concealed
hidden
occult
occupatio {f}
occupation
occupatus
busy [with a lot to do]
occupied
occurrere [3]
to occur
occursus {m}
meeting
oceanus {m}
ocean
Oceanus {m} Arcticus [rec.]
Arctic Oceangeogr.
ocellus {m}
little eye
octo [indecl.]
eight
October {m}
October
octobralia {n.pl} [rec.]
Oktoberfest [annual festival in Munich, Germany]
octoginta
eighty
oculus {m}
eyeanat.
odium {n}
hatred
offensatio {f}
offence [Br.]
offense [Am.]
offensio {f}
offence [esp. Br.] [annoyance]
offensum {n}
offence [Br.]
officina {f}
workshop
olus {n}
vegetable
Olympus {m}
Mount Olympusgeogr.
omen {n}
omen
omnis
all
onerosus
onerous
onocrotalus {m}
pelicananim.T
onus {n}
burden
charge
load
weight
opacus
opaque
operosus
busy [with a lot to do]
ophthalmicus {m}
ophthalmologist
opilio {m}
shepherd
opinari [1]
to mean
opinio {f}
rumor
opium {n}
opium
oppido
quite
opportunitas {f}
opportunity
oppressio {f}
oppression
optimus
awesome [Am.] [coll.]
opulentia {f}
wealth
opus {n}
job
ora {f}
coast
seacoast
oraculum {n}
oracle
orare [1]
to pray
oratio {f}
oration
oratorius
oratorical
orbis {m}
circle
orbita {f}
orbitastron.
ordinarius
ordinary
regular
ordinatrum {n} [rec.]
computer
ordo {m}
train
orientalis
eastern
origo {f}
beginning
origin
source
ornithologia {f} [rec.]
ornithologyanim.orn.sci.
Orpheus {m}
Orpheusmyth.
ortus {m} solis
sunrise
oryza {f} [rec.]
rice
os {n}
mouth
osculum {n}
kiss
Osiris {m}
Osirismyth.relig.
ostentatio {f}
ostentation
obcupatusbusy [with a lot to do]
obducere [3]to overspread
arch.ars
obeliscus {m}
obelisk
obesusfat
obiurgatio {f}chiding
obiurgatio {f}rebuke
obiurgatio {f}remonstrance
obiurgatio {f}reproof
obiurgatio {f}scolding
oblectamen {n}delight
oblectamen {n}pleasure
obligare [1]to bind
obligare [1]to oblige
obligatio {f}obligation
oblivio {f}forgetfulness
oblivio {f}oblivion
obliviosusforgetful
obliviosusoblivious
oblivisci [3] [+gen.]to forget
obnoxiusdependent
oboedientia {f}obedience
obscuratio {f}obscuration
obscurusdark
obscurusobscure
obsequentia {f}complaisance
observatio {f}observation
observator {m}observer
obsoletusworn-out
obstinatio {f}obstinacy
occidere [3]to murder
anat.
occipitium {n}
occiput
occultusconcealed
occultushidden
occultusoccult
occupatio {f}occupation
occupatusbusy [with a lot to do]
occupatusoccupied
occurrere [3]to occur
occursus {m}meeting
oceanus {m}ocean
geogr.
Oceanus {m} Arcticus [rec.]
Arctic Ocean
ocellus {m}little eye
octo [indecl.]eight
October {m}October
octobralia {n.pl} [rec.]Oktoberfest [annual festival in Munich, Germany]
octogintaeighty
anat.
oculus {m}
eye
odium {n}hatred
offensatio {f}offence [Br.]
offensatio {f}offense [Am.]
offensio {f}offence [esp. Br.] [annoyance]
offensum {n}offence [Br.]
officina {f}workshop
olus {n}vegetable
geogr.
Olympus {m}
Mount Olympus
omen {n}omen
omnisall
onerosusonerous
anim.T
onocrotalus {m}
pelican
onus {n}burden
onus {n}charge
onus {n}load
onus {n}weight
opacusopaque
operosusbusy [with a lot to do]
ophthalmicus {m}ophthalmologist
opilio {m}shepherd
opinari [1]to mean
opinio {f}rumor
opium {n}opium
oppidoquite
opportunitas {f}opportunity
oppressio {f}oppression
optimusawesome [Am.] [coll.]
opulentia {f}wealth
opus {n}job
ora {f}coast
ora {f}seacoast
oraculum {n}oracle
orare [1]to pray
oratio {f}oration
oratoriusoratorical
orbis {m}circle
astron.
orbita {f}
orbit
ordinariusordinary
ordinariusregular
ordinatrum {n} [rec.]computer
ordo {m}train
orientaliseastern
origo {f}beginning
origo {f}origin
origo {f}source
anim.orn.sci.
ornithologia {f} [rec.]
ornithology
myth.
Orpheus {m}
Orpheus
ortus {m} solissunrise
oryza {f} [rec.]rice
os {n}mouth
osculum {n}kiss
myth.relig.
Osiris {m}
Osiris
ostentatio {f}ostentation
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