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pabulum {n}
fodderagr.
food
forage
sustenance
pacalis
orderly [peaceful]
peaceable
peaceful
pacare [1]
to pacify
pacator {m}
bringer of peace
pacatus
calm
peaceful
pacificator {m}
peacemaker
pacificatorius
pacific
peace-making
pacificus
making peace
pactio {f}
agreement
bargain
pactor {m}
negotiator
pactum {n}
agreement
pactus
agreed
appointed
Padus {m}
Pogeogr.
paedagogus {m}
pedagoguecultura
paeninsula {f}
peninsulageogr.
paenitentia {f}
penancerelig.
paenulatus
wearing a paenula
pagina {f}
page
Palatium {n}
Palatine (Hill) [Rome]geogr.hist.
palea {f}
chaffagr.
palear {n}
dewlapanim.
pallidus
pallid
palpebra {f}
eyelidanat.
paludatus
with a military cloak
palus {f}
bog
swamp
pandemia {f} [rec.]
pandemicmed.
pandere [3]
to spread out
Pandora {f}
Pandoramyth.
panis {m}
bread
Pannonia {f}
Pannoniageogr.hist.
papa {m}
pope
papilio {m}
butterfly
papilla {f}
teat
par
equal
parare [1]
to prepare
parens {m} {f}
parent
parentes {m.pl}
parents
paries {m}
wall
parochia {f}
parish
pars {f}
part <pt>
parsona {m}
parson
parum
too little
parvus
little
small
pasta {f}
paste
pater {m}
dad
father
patientia {f}
patience
patina {f}
plate
patria {f}
fatherland
homeland
patrius
paternal
Patroclus {m}
Patroclusmyth.
patronus {m}
patron
protector
patruus {m}
uncle [paternal]
paucitas {f}
small number
paupertas {f}
poverty
peccare [1]
to sin
peccatum {n}
sin
pectus {n}
breast
heart [Cor]anat.
pecunia {f}
money
pedis tegumentum {n}
shoe
Peleus {m}
Peleusmyth.
pellis {f}
peltanat.
penuria {f}
scarcity
per [+acc.]
through
peradulescens
very young
peregrinus
foreign
perexiguus
tiny [little]
perfidia {f}
perfidy
perfidiosus
dishonest
periculosus
dangerous
hazardous
periegeticus [rec.]
touristic
periurus
false
permutare [1]
to exchange
to swap
perpetuus
perpetual
Perseus {m}
Perseusmyth.
perspicientia {f}
realisation [Br.]
perspicuitas {f}
perspicuity
perspicuus
perspicuous
transparent
perturbatio {f}
perturbation
perversitas {f}
perversity
pes {m}
foot
pestis {f}
pestilence
petere [+acc.] [3]
to go to
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
pacificator {m}peacemaker
pacificatoriuspacific
pacificatoriuspeace-making
pacificusmaking peace
pactio {f}agreement
pactio {f}bargain
pactor {m}negotiator
pactum {n}agreement
pactusagreed
pactusappointed
geogr.
Padus {m}
Po
cultura
paedagogus {m}
pedagogue
geogr.
paeninsula {f}
peninsula
relig.
paenitentia {f}
penance
paenulatuswearing a paenula
pagina {f}page
geogr.hist.
Palatium {n}
Palatine (Hill) [Rome]
agr.
palea {f}
chaff
anim.
palear {n}
dewlap
palliduspallid
anat.
palpebra {f}
eyelid
paludatuswith a military cloak
palus {f}bog
palus {f}swamp
med.
pandemia {f} [rec.]
pandemic
pandere [3]to spread out
myth.
Pandora {f}
Pandora
panis {m}bread
geogr.hist.
Pannonia {f}
Pannonia
papa {m}pope
papilio {m}butterfly
papilla {f}teat
parequal
parare [1]to prepare
parens {m} {f}parent
parentes {m.pl}parents
paries {m}wall
parochia {f}parish
pars {f}part <pt>
parsona {m}parson
parumtoo little
parvuslittle
parvussmall
pasta {f}paste
pater {m}dad
pater {m}father
patientia {f}patience
patina {f}plate
patria {f}fatherland
patria {f}homeland
patriuspaternal
myth.
Patroclus {m}
Patroclus
patronus {m}patron
patronus {m}protector
patruus {m}uncle [paternal]
paucitas {f}small number
paupertas {f}poverty
peccare [1]to sin
peccatum {n}sin
pectus {n}breast
anat.
pectus {n}
heart [Cor]
pecunia {f}money
pedis tegumentum {n}shoe
myth.
Peleus {m}
Peleus
anat.
pellis {f}
pelt
penuria {f}scarcity
per [+acc.]through
peradulescensvery young
peregrinusforeign
perexiguustiny [little]
perfidia {f}perfidy
perfidiosusdishonest
periculosusdangerous
periculosushazardous
periegeticus [rec.]touristic
periurusfalse
permutare [1]to exchange
permutare [1]to swap
perpetuusperpetual
myth.
Perseus {m}
Perseus
perspicientia {f}realisation [Br.]
perspicuitas {f}perspicuity
perspicuusperspicuous
perspicuustransparent
perturbatio {f}perturbation
perversitas {f}perversity
pes {m}foot
pestis {f}pestilence
petere [+acc.] [3]to go to
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