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Glossary of Nybakken Latin Vocabulary

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Abdomen, abdominis
Body cavity, paunch
Anima
Air, breath, life
Axilla
Armpit
Cancer, cancri
Crab; cancer, tumour
Cernere, cretum (cre-)
To separate, sift, distinguish, secrete
Crescere, cretum (cre-)
To increase, grow
Facere, factum (facie-, fic-, fect)
To do, make, cause
Flavus
Yellow
Geminus
Twin, paired, born together
Habitare
To inhabit, dwell
Lignum
Wood
Manus
Hand
Movere, motum
To move
Nudus
Naked, uncovered
Palatum
Roof of the mouth, apalte
Pilus
Hair
Pupa
Doll, child; stage after larva of insects
Ruber, rubris
Red
Scapula
Shoulder, shoulder-blade
Serra
Saw, saw-like notches
Spectare
To look at
Sudare
To sweat
Terra
Earth
Unda
Wave
Vehere, vectum
To carry
Virus
A potent juice, poison
Acetabulum
Cup-shaped hip socket
Annulus
A ring
Axis
Axle, axis
Capere, captum
To take, seize, grasp
Cervis, cervicis
Neck
Cubare, cubatum (-cumbere, cubitum)
To lie down
Facies (fici-)
Form, figure; face; outer surface
Flectere, flexum
To bend, turn
Gemma
Bud, gem
Haerere, haesum
To stick, cling
Lingua
Tongue
Mater, matris
Mother
Mucus
Mucus
Nutrire, nutritum
To nourish, feed
Palpare, palatum
To stroke, touch
Pinna
Feather, wing; fin
Pus, puris
Pus
Rubigo, rubiginis
Rust
Scindere, scissum
To cut, split
Serum
Watery fluid, blood serum
Species
Sight, view, appearance; form, kind
Sulcus
Furrow, groove
Tibia
Shinbone
Undulare, undulatum
To have a wavy motion; fluctuate
Vellere, vulsum
To tear, puck
Viscum
A sticky substance
Acidus
Sour; acid
Annus
Year
Bacillum (baculum)
Little rod/staff; rod-shaped bacteria
Capillus
Hair, a minute bodily vessel
Cicatrix, cicatrices
Scar
Currere, cursum
To run
Fascia
Band, bundle; band of tissue investing in muscles or organs; bandage
Flos, floris
Flower, blossom
Genu
Knee, knee-like bend or protuberance
Halare, halitum
To breath
Liquare
To melt
Matrix, matrices
A breeding animal; womb
Multus
Many
Nus, nucis
Palpus
Soft palm of the hand; feeler
Piscis
Fish
Rabere
To rage, be mad
Ruga
Wrinkle, crease, fold
Scire, scitum
To know
Seta
Bristle
Spina
Thorn; spine
Supinus
Bending backwards, supine, lying on back
Torquere, tortum, torsum
To twist, turn
Unguere, unctum
To anoint, smear on
Vena
Vein
Viscus, visceris
Internal organ (esp. one with in a cavity)
Acus
Needle, needle-like
Antenna
Sailyard; feeler of an arthropod
Bibere
To drink
Capsa
Box
Cilium
Eyelid; hairlike process
Cutere, cussum
To shake, strike
Fatigare, fatigatum
To grow weary
Fluere (flux-)
Fluctum: to flow; flavius: river
Genus, generis
Origin, kind, race; class
Hiare, hiatum
To stand open, yawn, gape
Locus
place
Maturare, maturatum
To make ripe
Mus, muris
Mouse
Nucleus
Little nut, kernel, core
Parere, partum
To bring forth, give birth to
Planta
A sprout or cutting; sole of the foot
Radere, rasum
To scrape, scratch
Rumpere, ruptum
To break, burst
Scribere, scriptum
To write, draw
Siccus
Dry
Spirare, spiratum
To breath, blow
Sutura
A sewing, suture, seam
Trahere, tractum
To draw
Unguis
Nail, claw, hoof
Venenum
Poison
Vita
Life
Adeps, adipis
Fat
Anus
Seat, lower opening of alimentary canal
Bilis
Bile
Caput, capitis
Head
Citare, citatum (cie-, cit-)
To rouse, put in motion, stir up
Dens, dentis
Tooth
Febris
Fever
Folium
Leaf
Gerere, gestum
To carry, bear
Homo, hominis
Man, human being
Longus
Long
Maxilla
Jaw; upper jaw bone
Mutare, mutatum
To change
Oculus
Eye; bud
Paries, parietis
Wall ( or an organ or cavity)
Planus
Flat, level
Radula
Scraper
Saccus
Bag, sac, pouch
Sebum
Grease, fatty secretion
Silex, silicis
Flint; dust containing Si┬ČO2
Squama
Scale, flake, thin plate
Tabes
A wasting away
Tremere
To tremble, shake
Urina
Urine
Venire, ventum
To come
Vitrum
Glass
Aequus
Equal, even
Apex, apices
Tip, summit, end
Brevis
Short
Caro, carnis
Flesh
Claudere, clausum (clus-)
To close, shut
Dexter, dextra, dextrum
Right (hand or side)
Femur, fomoris
Thigh, thighbone
Forare, foratum
To bore, drill
Germen, germinis
Sprout, germ
Hora
Hour
Lucere
To shine
Meare
To go, pass
Naris
Nostril
Olere
To emit a smell
Patere
To spread open
Plectere, plexum
To plait, interweave
Radius
Rod, spoke, ray, beam; bone on outer 4arm
Sacer, sacri
Sacred, holy; bone forming from the back of the pelvis
Secare, sectum
To cut
Sinister, sinistri
Left, on the left
Stamen, staminis
Thread, fiber; male part of flower
Talus
Ankle, ankle-bone
Trudere, trusum
To thrust, push
Uterus
Womb
Venter, ventris
belly, abdomen, cavity
Vivus
Living
agere, actum
To do, set in motion, function
Aqua
Water
Bucca
Cheek; mouth
Cartilage, cartilaginis
Gristle, cartilage
Clavis
Key, collarbone
Digitus
Finger, toe
Ferre, latum
To bear, carry, produce
Forma
Shape, form
Gignere, genitum
To beget
Hortus
Garden
Lumbus
Loin
Medius
Middle
(g)nasci, (g)natum
To be born
Odor
A smell
Patulus
Spreading widely
Plicare, plicatum (-ple)
To fold
Radix, radicis
Root
Saepire, saeptum
To enclose, hedge off, separate
Insectum
Insect
Sinus
Curve, bent surface; cavity or recess
Stare, statum
To stand
Tangere (tag-) tactum
To touch
Tuba, tubus
Tube, pipe
Vaccines
Relating to the cow
Vergere
To bend, turn
Volare
To fly
Ala
Wing, winglike process
Arbor, arboris
Tree
Bullire, bullitum
To boil, to blister
Caseus
Cheese
Colere, cultum
To till, care for; inhabit
Dolere
To feel pain, give pain
Ferrum
Iron
Fossa
Something dug, ditch; depression
Gingiva
The gum
Humerus
Shoulder, upper arm
Lumen, luminis
Light; space b/t walls of a tubular organ
Mens, mentis
Mind
Nasus
Nose
Omnis
All, every
Pectus, pectoris
Breast, chest
Pluma
Feather
Ramus
Branch
Sal, salis
Salt
Segmentum
Part, segment
Sol, solis
Sun
Sternere, stratum
To spread out, lawy out
Tardus
Slow
Tuber, tuberis
Hump, know, swelling; projection
Vacuus
Empty
Vermis
Worm
Volvere, volutum
To roll, roll up
Albus
White
Arcus
Bow, arch
Bursa
Bag, pouch, sac
Cauda
Tail
Collum
Neck
Dormire, dormitum
To sleep
Fervere
To boil, be hot, glow
Frangere (frag-); fractum
To break
Glands, glandis
Acorn; gland
Humor
Liquid, moisture
Luxare, luxatum
To dislocate
Mensis
Month
Nervus
Sinew, nerve
Orbis
Circle, wheel
Pellere, pulsum
To push, impel, strike, beat
Ponere, positum
To place, put
Regere, rectum
To keep straight
Salire, saltum (sultum)
To leap, jump
Sedere, sessum
To sit
Somnus
Sleep
Stilla
Drop
Tegere, tectum
To cover
Tumere
To swell
Vagina
Sheath (like structure); vagina
Vertere, versum
To turn
Vorare
To eat, devour.
Alga
Seaweed
Articulus
Knuckle, joint
Cadere, casum (cid-)
To fall, befall
Caulis
Stalk
Cor, cordis
Heart
Dorsum
The back, upper part
Fibra
Fiber, filament
Frons, frondis
Leaf, leafy branch
Globus
Ball, sphere
Humus
Earth, soil
Macula
Spot, stain
Mentum
Chin
nidus
Nest; the point of origin or development
Orbita
Path, track
Pellis
Skin
Portare, portatum
To drink

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