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Glossary of Latin Vocabulary Words: plebs - probabilis

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probabilis
credible.
proavus
great-grandfather.
porro
forward, further, next, in turn, (of time) long ago.
pro
(+ abl.) in front of, before /on behalf of, for.
praejudicium
damage.
pristinus
former, venerable, ancient.
populus
people, the people, nation, crowd, multitude, host.
plector
to be punished.
plecto aliquem capite
* suffer capital punishment, death.
plebs
populace, lower classes, the mob.
pluo
to rain, shower, sprinkle.
plectrum
lute.
plumbum album
tin.
plerusque
very many, a great number, a large part, the greater part.
plecto
to punish.
plene
(adv.) completely, wholly, fully.
plerumque
for the most part, generally, commonly, mostly.
plenus
full, complete, full, satisfied, rich, mature, plump.
plumbum
lead, a bullet, lead pipe.
plorabilis
deplorable.
plumbeus
leaden, made of lead /dull, stupid, heavy, opressive, bad.
plorator
a lamenter.
ploratio
lamentation, mourning, weeping.
ploratus
weeping, lamenting.
pluma
feather /featherbed /pen.
ploro
to lamen, weep, weep over.
pneum
breath.
plura
more numerous, several, many.
plures
more numerous, several, many.
pluries
often, frequently.
polus
pole, heavens.
plurimi
at the highest price, of the highest worth.
pluris
(gen.) at a higher price, of a great value.
plurimus
most, very many.
plus
more.
pluvialis
pertaining to rain, of rain.
pluvia
rain, shower.
plusculus
somewhat more, rather more.
pollicitus
promised, a promise.
pocius potius
rather, preferrably.
polenta
pearl barley, barley groats.
podagra
gout.
poeta
(masc.) poet.
poema poematis
poem, verse, rhyme.
pollicitatio
promise.
polleo
to be strong, powerful, able.
pollens
strong, mighty.
pollen
fine flour, fine meal. (also pollis ).
pollicitas
offering.
polliceor
to promise, offer.
polluo
to defile.
pondero
to weigh, consider, reflect.
pondera
balance, equilibrium.
pomum
fruit, apple.
populi
people.
pondus
weight, weight of character, firmness, constancy.
pono posui positum
to lay, place, put, set /(milit.) post, station.
poposco
see posco; Herimann, cap. 28, 69.
populatio
devastation, wasting /population.
pontifex
bishop.
pons
bridge, drawbridge.
praecipue
particularly.
posteritas
succeeding generations, offspring, posterity.
praeire
to go before.
possessiones
holdings.
porta
gate, entrance.
positus
position, place, arrangment.
posco
to beg.
possum
to be able, to be capable.
posteri
posterity.
possum posse potum
to be able, avail, have influence.
possideo
hold, abide.
postea
afterwards.
post tergum
[left] behind.
possessio
possession, property.
post modum
afterwards, presently, shortly.
postquam
(conj.) after.
praecellens
distinguished, excellent.
potestas
legal competence.
postpono
to put after, consider secondary.
posterus, postremo
subsequent, following, next, future.
praecipitium
headlong fall.
potentia
might, power, authority.
postulator
plaintiff, complainant.
postulativus
plaintive.
postulatio
a demand, request, desire /complaint.
postulo
to ask, demand, require /summon, prosecute, impeach, try.
praecipito
cast down headlong.
potens
mighty, able, mighty, powerful, strong.
potissimus
best of all, chief, principal.
praecedo
to precede.
potissimum
(adv.) chiefly, most of all.
potior
(+ gen. or dat.) to possess, hold, get possession of.
practicus
active.
praecautus
on one's guard.
potius
comp. adj, in order that, rather.
prae se ferre / pre se ferre
to show, exhibit, on account of.
praebeo
to offer.
praebalteata
girded.
prae pre
(adv.) before, in front.
praecipo
to instruct.
praecingo
to gird, encircle.
praecidentius
cautiously.
praeceps
precipice.
praecelsus
very lofty.
praecello
to preside over, be distinguished.
plico
to fold.
pocius
= potius.
pollex
thumb, big toe.
pontus
bridge.
portus
harbor.
post
(+ acc.) after, behind.
praefatus-i
m, before mentioned.
praeda
booty.
praeduco
to put before.
praeeo
to lead the way.
praedium
estate.
praeditus
well endowed.
praeconium
laudation.
praeclarus
excellent, famous, beautiful, striking.
praedico
to fix in advance.
praedatus
taking of booty.
praedatio
taking of booty.
praecursor
forerunner.
praedicatio
preaching (s), foretelling (s), condemning.
praedor
to plunder.
praedicare
to preach.
praedestino
to determine beforehand, predestine.
praelabor
to glide past, translated as transient.
principor
to rule.
praesentia
presence, presence of mind, effect, power.
praejudico
to decide beforehand ie plan.
principatus
rule, dominion, pre-eminence, first place.
primitus
first, for the first time.
praescio
to foreknow.
praemoneo
to forwarn.
praelior
to do battle.
praelibo
to taste beforehand.
praemitto
to send forward, dispatch, send in advance.
praelium
battle.
praelium facio
to join battle.
prandio
to eat lunch.
praesagio
to prophesy.
praeopto
to desire more or much.
praemunio
to secure.
praeoccupor morte
to fall prey to death.
praeniteo
to gleam especially.
praemium
reward, exploit -.
praepes
nimble.
praepedio
to hinder.
praesagium
presentiment.
praepositus prepositus
(monastic) prior.
praepositus
manorial agent, steward, bailiff, prior.
praevius
previous, former.
praesum
to be set over, preside over have charge of.
praeses
guard.
praesto
to stand before, be outstanding, excell, surpass, show.
praestigiator
impostor.
praesidium
guard, garrison, detachment /protection.
praesul presul
dancer /presider, protector, director.
praesto presto
to answer for, be responsible for.
praestringo
to bind fast.
praestolatio prestolatio
the waiting for, expectation.
praestolor
to wait for, stand ready.
praesagus
prophetic.
praevenio
to come before, anticipate.
praeter
adv, beyond, after.
praesum presum
to be at the head of, be in charge of.
praesumo presumo
to anticipate, take for granted.
praesumptio
audacity.
praesumo
to trust, venture, dare.
praevideo
to take precautions.
praevalens
very powerful.
praeterea
adv, besides, moreover, as indeed it is.
praevaleo
to prevail, have power.
praevalesco
to grow very strong.
praevalida
very powerful.
praevaricor
to transgress.
pridem
in time past.
prepositus
reeve, steward, provost, prior, abbot.
pravitas
crookedness, depravity, deformity, perversity.
pratum
meadow, hay-field.
prehendo
to seize, snatch, grasp, detain, arrest.
prandium
dinner, lunch.
pratus
meadow.
precipio
to anticipate, instruct, advise, warn.
precatus
prayer, beseeching.
pravus
depraved, wicked, evil, perverse.
precor
to beseech, pray, beg, entreat, invoke.
precipue
chiefly, especially, particularly.
precipuus
excellent, distinguished, special, extraordinary.
premo pressi pressum
to squeeze, press down, strike down.
premo
squeeze, press down, strike down.
preoccupo
to attack first, take, vex, occupy.
prenda
booty, loot, stolen goods.
primordia
atoms.
pretereo
to go by, pass by, escape.
prex
entreaty.
presso
to conceal.
presertim praesertim
especially, chiefly.
prevenire
to come to, go before hand, attend.
prex precis
request, entreaty, prayer.
pretium
price, vaue, reward.
primum
at first, for the first time, in the first place.
primoris
first, foremost /most distinguished, first.
princeps
* leader, prince, preeminent person, magnate, prince.
primordium
first beginning, origin.
primaeva
youthful.
primo
first, at first, at the beginning, at the start.
primus
chief.
praecido
to cut short, lop, mutilate.
priscus
ancient, antique, former, old days, venerable.
principium
beginning.
posthabeo
to put after, consider of less account, [posthabito].
praecaveo
to take precautions.
pons pontis
bridge.
prius
before, formerely.
pro eo
because of the fact, because, for this reason.
privus
(with gen.) deprived of.
privo
to rob, deliver, deprive.
privigna
step-daughter.
privatus
private, unofficial, a private person.
priusquam
(conj.) before.

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