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pabulari [1]
to forage
pabulatio {f}
collecting of fodder
foraging
pasture
pabulum {n}
fodderagr.
food
forage
sustenance
pacalis
orderly [peaceful]
peaceable
peaceful
pacare [1]
to pacify
pacator {m}
bringer of peace
pacatus
calm
peaceful
pacifer
pacific
peace-bringing
peaceful
that announces peace
that makes peace
pacificatio {f}
pacification
peacemaking
pacificator {m}
peacemaker
pacificatorius
pacific
peace-making
pacificus
making peace
pactio {f}
agreement
bargain
pactor {m}
negotiator
pactum {n}
agreement
bargain [agreement]
compact [contract]
contract
covenant
manner
pact
stipulation
pactus
agreed
appointed
Padus {m}
Pogeogr.
paedagogus {m}
pedagoguecultura
paegniarius
belonging to play
of play
paeninsula {f}
peninsulageogr.
paenitentia {f}
penancerelig.
paenulatus
wearing a paenula
paetulus
having a slight cast in the eye
slightly blinkeyed
paetus
blinkeyed
blinking
blinking with the eyes
having leering eyes
leering
winking with the eyes
with a cast in the eyes
paganicus
belonging to the country
of the country
rural
rustic
paganus
belonging to a village
belonging to the country
civic
civil
heathen
of a village
of the country
paganrelig.
rural
rustic
unlearned
paganus {m}
citizen
civilian
countryman
heathen
non-combatant
pagan
peasant
rustic
villager
pagina {f}
page
palaestrica {f}
art of wrestling
palaestrice
after the manner of the palaestra
palaestricus
belonging to the palaestra
of the palaestra
palaestric
palaestricus {m}
teacher of the art of wrestling
Palatium {n}
Palatine (Hill) [Rome]geogr.hist.
palea {f}
chaffagr.
palear {n}
dewlapanim.
palladium {n} [rec.] <Pd>
palladium <Pd>chem.
pallens
dark
faint
pale
wan
yellowish
pallere [2]
to be pale
to be sallow
to be sick with desire
to be yellow
to blanch
pabulari [1]to forage
pabulatio {f}collecting of fodder
pabulatio {f}foraging
pabulatio {f}pasture
agr.
pabulum {n}
fodder
pabulum {n}food
pabulum {n}forage
pabulum {n}sustenance
pacalisorderly [peaceful]
pacalispeaceable
pacalispeaceful
pacare [1]to pacify
pacator {m}bringer of peace
pacatuscalm
pacatuspeaceful
paciferpacific
paciferpeace-bringing
paciferpeaceful
paciferthat announces peace
paciferthat makes peace
pacificatio {f}pacification
pacificatio {f}peacemaking
pacificator {m}peacemaker
pacificatoriuspacific
pacificatoriuspeace-making
pacificusmaking peace
pactio {f}agreement
pactio {f}bargain
pactor {m}negotiator
pactum {n}agreement
pactum {n}bargain [agreement]
pactum {n}compact [contract]
pactum {n}contract
pactum {n}covenant
pactum {n}manner
pactum {n}pact
pactum {n}stipulation
pactusagreed
pactusappointed
geogr.
Padus {m}
Po
cultura
paedagogus {m}
pedagogue
paegniariusbelonging to play
paegniariusof play
geogr.
paeninsula {f}
peninsula
relig.
paenitentia {f}
penance
paenulatuswearing a paenula
paetulushaving a slight cast in the eye
paetulusslightly blinkeyed
paetusblinkeyed
paetusblinking
paetusblinking with the eyes
paetushaving leering eyes
paetusleering
paetuswinking with the eyes
paetuswith a cast in the eyes
paganicusbelonging to the country
paganicusof the country
paganicusrural
paganicusrustic
paganusbelonging to a village
paganusbelonging to the country
paganuscivic
paganuscivil
paganusheathen
paganusof a village
paganusof the country
relig.
paganus
pagan
paganusrural
paganusrustic
paganusunlearned
paganus {m}citizen
paganus {m}civilian
paganus {m}countryman
paganus {m}heathen
paganus {m}non-combatant
paganus {m}pagan
paganus {m}peasant
paganus {m}rustic
paganus {m}villager
pagina {f}page
palaestrica {f}art of wrestling
palaestriceafter the manner of the palaestra
palaestricusbelonging to the palaestra
palaestricusof the palaestra
palaestricuspalaestric
palaestricus {m}teacher of the art of wrestling
geogr.hist.
Palatium {n}
Palatine (Hill) [Rome]
agr.
palea {f}
chaff
anim.
palear {n}
dewlap
chem.
palladium {n} [rec.] <Pd>
palladium <Pd>
pallensdark
pallensfaint
pallenspale
pallenswan
pallensyellowish
pallere [2]to be pale
pallere [2]to be sallow
pallere [2]to be sick with desire
pallere [2]to be yellow
pallere [2]to blanch
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