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 o INTERJ   [XXXAX]  Oh!;   1000    
 ob PREP ACC   [XXXAX]  on account of, for the sake of, for; instead of; right before;   1000    
 obaeratus, obaerata, obaeratum ADJ   [XXXDX]  in debt;   1000    
 obaeratus, obaerati N (2nd) M   [XXXDX]  debtor;   1000    
 obambulo, obambulare, obambulavi, obambulatus V (1st)   [XXXDX]  walk up to, so as to meet; traverse;   1000    
 obarmo, obarmare, obarmavi, obarmatus V (1st)   [XXXDX]  arm;   1000    
 obaro, obarare, obaravi, obaratus V (1st)   [XXXDX]  plow up;   1000    
 obaudio, obaudire, obaudivi, obauditus V (4th) INTRANS   [XXXFO]  obey, listen to;   1000    
 obba, obbae N (1st) F   [XXXFS]  beaker; decanter; city in Africa near Carthage;   1000    
 obdo, obdere, obdidi, obditus V (3rd)   [XXXDX]  put before/against; shut, close, fasten;   1000    
 obdormio, obdormire, obdormivi, obdormitus V (4th)   [XXXCO]  fall asleep;   1000    
 obdormisco, obdormiscere, -, - V (3rd)   [XXXCO]  fall asleep; go to sleep; (w/reference to death);   1000    
 obduco, obducere, obduxi, obductus V (3rd)   [XXXDX]  lead or draw before; cover/lay over; overspread; wrinkle; screen;   1000    
 obductico, obducticonis N (3rd) F   [XXXDS]  veiling; covering;   1000    
 obductio, obductionis N (3rd) F   [XXXFO]  act of covering/veiling/enveloping; affliction/distress (Souter);   1000    
 obducto, obductare, obductavi, obductatus V (1st) TRANS   [BXXFS]  lead in rivalry;   1000    
 obduresco, obdurescere, obdurui, - V (3rd)   [XXXDX]  be persistent, endure;   1000    
 obduro, obdurare, obduravi, obduratus V (1st)   [XXXDX]  be hard, persist, endure;   1000    
 obedens, obedentis (gen.), obedentior -or -us, obedentissimus -a -um ADJ   [XXXCO]  obedient, compliant, submissive to authority/commands/word (of); under orders;   1000    
 obedienter, obedientius, obedientissime ADV   [XXXEO]  obediently, compliantly, without demur; willingly, readily (L+S);   1000    
 obedientia, obedientiae N (1st) F   [XXXCO]  obedience, compliance, submission to authority;   1000    
 obedientiarius, obedientiarii N (2nd) M   [FXXFQ]  official; E:obedientiary; holder of office in monastery; (OED);   1000    
 obedientio, obedientionis N (3rd) F   [DXXCS]  obedience, compliance, submission to authority;   1000    
 obedio, obedire, obedivi, obeditus V (4th)   [XXXDX]  obey; listen/harken/submit (to); be subject/obedient/responsible/a slave (to);   1000    
 obeliscus, obelisci N (2nd) M   [XXXEO]  obelisk; critical mark (placed opposite suspected passages L+S); rose bud;   1000    
 obelus, obeli N (2nd) M   [DGXES]  obelus, critical mark (spit-shaped put by suspected passages); obelisk; pivot;   1000    
 obeo, obire, obivi(ii), obitus V   [XXXAX]  go to meet; attend to; fall; die;   1000    
 obequito, obequitare, obequitavi, obequitatus V (1st)   [XXXDX]  ride up to;   1000    
 obesus, obesa, obesum ADJ   [XXXDX]  fat, stout, plump;   1000    
 obex, obicis N (3rd) C   [XXXDX]  bolt, bar; barrier; obstacle;   1000    
 obfendo, obfendere, obfendi, obfensus V (3rd)   [XXXAO]  offend, give offense (to); displease/annoy/vex; trouble/upset, hurt (feelings);   1000    
 obfirmo, obfirmare, obfirmavi, obfirmatus V (1st)   [DXXES]  secure; bolt, lock, fasten, bar; be determined/inflexible; persevere in;   1000    
 obfringo, obfringere, obfregi, obfractus V (3rd) TRANS   [XAXEO]  break up (ground) by cross-plowing;   1000    
 obfusco, obfuscare, obfuscavi, obfuscatus V (1st)   [XXXFS]  darken; obscure; E:vilify;   1000    
 obhaeresco, obhaerescere, obhaesi, - V (3rd) INTRANS   [XXXFS]  stick fast; adhere;   1000    
 obiter ADV   [XXXEC]  on the way, by the way, in passing;   1000    
 obitus, obitus N (4th) M   [XXXDX]  approaching; approach, visit; setting (of the sun, etc), death;   1000    
 objaceo, objacere, objacui, objacitus V (2nd) INTRANS   [XXXDX]  lie near by/at hand/opposite; lie in/block the way; lie exposed/at the mercy o;   1000    
 objectatio, objectationis N (3rd) F   [XXXEO]  taunting; casting aspersions; reproach (L+S);   1000    
 objectivitas, objectivitatis N (3rd) F   [GXXEK]  objectivity;   1000    
 objectivum, objectivi N (2nd) N   [GXXEK]  objective (photo);   1000    
 objectivus, objectiva, objectivum ADJ   [GXXEK]  objective;   1000    
 objectum, objecti N (2nd) N   [XXXEO]  accusation, charge; S:object, something presented to the senses;   1000    
 objectus, objecta -um, objectior -or -us, objectissimus -a -um ADJ   [XXXDX]  opposite;   1000    
 objectus, objectus N (4th) M   [XXXDS]  interposing; obstructing;   1000    
 objrascor, objrasci, obiratus sum V (3rd) DEP   [XXXDO]  be angry (with/at); grow angry at (Cas);   1000    
 objurgator, objurgatoris N (3rd) M   [XXXDS]  rebuker;   1000    
 objurgatorius, objurgatoria, objurgatorium ADJ   [XXXEC]  reproachful, scolding;   1000    
 objurgo, objurgare, objurgavi, objurgatus V (1st)   [XXXDX]  scold, chide, reproach;   1000    
 oblanguesco, oblanguescere, oblangui, - V (3rd) INTRANS   [XXXFS]  become feeble;   1000    
 oblaqueatio, oblaqueationis N (3rd) F   [EAXFS]  tree-root digging;   1000    
 oblaqueo, oblaqueare, oblaqueavi, oblaqueatus V (1st)   [EAXFS]  dig around tree-roots; E:surround, encircle;   1000    
 oblatio, oblationis N (3rd) F   [XXXEO]  offer/offering (of something), tender, presentation; right to offer something;   1000    
 oblatrix, oblatricis N (3rd) F   [BXXFS]  nagging woman;   1000    
 oblatro, oblatrare, oblatravi, oblatratus V (1st)   [XXXFS]  bark at (+DAT or +ACC);   1000    
 oblectamen, oblectaminis N (3rd) N   [XXXDX]  delight, pleasure, source of pleasure;   1000    
 oblectamentum, oblectamenti N (2nd) N   [XXXDX]  delight, pleasure, source of pleasure;   1000    
 oblectatio, oblectationis N (3rd) F   [XXXDX]  delighting;   1000    
 oblecto, oblectare, oblectavi, oblectatus V (1st)   [XXXDX]  delight, please, amuse;   1000    
 oblido, oblidere, oblisi, oblisus V (3rd) TRANS   [XXXEC]  crush;   1000    
 obligamentum, obligamenti N (2nd) N   [XXXFS]  band (for head); E:obligation? (as used in Tertullian);   1000    
 obligatio, obligationis N (3rd) F   [XXXCO]  obligation (legal/money); bond; being liable; mortgaging/pledging/guaranteeing;   1000    
 obligo, obligare, obligavi, obligatus V (1st)   [XXXDX]  bind, oblige;   1000    
 oblimo, oblimare, oblimavi, oblimatus V (1st)   [XXXDX]  cover/fill with mud; silt up; clog;   1000    
 oblino, oblinare, oblinavi, oblinatus V (1st)   [XXXDX]  smear over;   1000    
 obliquus, obliqua, obliquum ADJ   [XXXDX]  slanting; oblique;   1000    
 oblitero, obliterare, obliteravi, obliteratus V (1st)   [XXXDX]  cause to be forgotten/fall into disuse/to disappear; assign to oblivion;   1000    
 obliterus, oblitera, obliterum ADJ   [XXXFO]  forgotten; erased from memory;   1000    
 oblitesco, oblitescere, oblitui, - V (3rd) INTRANS   [XXXEC]  conceal oneself;   1000    
 oblittero, oblitterare, oblitteravi, oblitteratus V (1st)   [XXXDX]  cause to be forgotten/fall into disuse/to disappear; assign to oblivion;   1000    
 oblitterus, oblittera, oblitterum ADJ   [XXXFO]  forgotten; erased from memory;   1000    
 oblitus, oblita, oblitum ADJ   [XXXDX]  forgetful (with gen.);   1000    
 obliurgatio, obliurgationis N (3rd) F   [XXXCO]  reprimand, rebuke; action of reproving;   1000    
 oblivio, oblivionis N (3rd) F   [XXXBX]  oblivion; forgetfulness;   1000    
 obliviosus, obliviosa, obliviosum ADJ   [XXXEC]  oblivious, forgetful; causing forgetfulness;   1000    
 obliviscor, oblivisci, oblitus sum V (3rd) DEP   [XXXAX]  forget; (with GEN);   1000    
 oblivium, oblivi(i) N (2nd) N   [XXXDX]  forgetfulness, oblivion;   1000    
 oblocutor, oblocutoris N (3rd) M   [BXXFS]  contradictor;   1000    
 oblongus, oblonga, oblongum ADJ   [XXXEC]  oblong;   1000    
 obloquor, obloqui, oblocutus sum V (3rd) DEP   [XXXDX]  interpose remarks, interrupt;   1000    
 obluctor, obluctari, obluctatus sum V (1st) DEP   [XXXDX]  struggle against;   1000    
 obmolior, obmoliri, obmolitus sum V (4th) DEP   [XXXDX]  put in the way as an obstruction; block up;   1000    
 obmurmuro, obmurmurare, obmurmuravi, obmurmuratus V (1st)   [XXXDX]  murmur in protest (at);   1000    
 obnatus, obnata, obnatum ADJ   [XXXEC]  growing on;   1000    
 obnitor, obniti, obnixus sum V (3rd) DEP   [XXXDX]  thrust/press against; struggle against, offer resistance; make a stand;   1000    
 obnixe ADV   [XXXEO]  resolutely; strenuously;   1000    
 obnixie ADV   [XXXEO]  submissively, in a servile manner; in restricted manner, subject to hindrance;   1000    
 obnixus, obnixa, obnixum ADJ   [XXXDO]  resolute, determined; obstinate;   1000    
 obnoxietas, obnoxietatis N (3rd) F   [FXXEM]  liability; dependence, interrelation, interrelationship (Red);   1000    
 obnoxiosus, obnoxiosa, obnoxiosum ADJ   [BXXDS]  submissive;   1000    
 obnoxius, obnoxia, obnoxium ADJ   [XXXBX]  liable; guilty;   1000    
 obnubilatio, obnubilationis N (3rd) F   [FXXFM]  darkening;   1000    
 obnubilo, obnubilare, obnubilavi, obnubilatus V (1st) TRANS   [XXXDO]  obscure, render dark/obscure; darken/cloud/fog (the mind); render unconscious;   1000    
 obnubo, obnubere, obnupsi, obnuptus V (3rd)   [XXXDX]  veil, cover (the head);   1000    
 obnuntiatio, obnuntiationis N (3rd) F   [XXXDS]  announced bad omen; announcement of poor omen;   1000    
 obnuntio, obnuntiare, obnuntiavi, obnuntiatus V (1st)   [XXXDX]  announce adverse omens;   1000    
 oboedens, oboedentis (gen.), oboedentior -or -us, oboedentissimus -a -um ADJ   [XXXCO]  obedient, compliant, submissive to authority/commands/word (of); under orders;   1000    
 oboediens, (gen.), oboedientis ADJ   [XXXDX]  obedient, submissive;   1000    
 oboedienter, oboedientius, oboedientissime ADV   [XXXEO]  obediently, compliantly, without demur; willingly, readily (L+S);   1000    
 oboedientia, oboedientiae N (1st) F   [XXXCO]  obedience, compliance, submission to authority;   1000    

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