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 p., abb. N M   [XXXDX]  people, nation; abb. p.; [p. R. => populus Romani];   1000    
 pabillus, pabilli N (2nd) M   [FXXEK]  barrow;   1000    
 pabulatio, pabulationis N (3rd) F   [XXXDX]  foraging;   1000    
 pabulator, pabulatoris N (3rd) M   [XXXDX]  forager;   1000    
 pabulor, pabulari, pabulatus sum V (1st) DEP   [XXXDX]  forage;   1000    
 pabulum, pabuli N (2nd) N   [XXXBO]  fodder, forage, food for cattle; food/sustenance; fuel (for fire);   1000    
 pacalis, pacalis, pacale ADJ   [XXXDX]  associated with peace;   1000    
 pacatum, pacati N (2nd) N   [XXXDS]  friendly country;   1000    
 pacatus, pacata -um, pacatior -or -us, pacatissimus -a -um ADJ   [XXXDX]  peaceful, calm;   1000    
 paccator, paccatoris N (3rd) M   [EEXDX]  sinner;   1000    
 paccatum, paccati N (2nd) N   [EEXDX]  sin;   1000    
 paciencia, pacienciae N (1st) F   [FXXBT]  endurance/hardiness; patience/persistence; apathy; sufferance; hardship;   1000    
 paciens, (gen.), pacientis ADJ   [FXXBW]  patient/long-suffering; tolerant/easy-going; submissive/liable/susceptible to;   1000    
 pacienter, pacientius, pacientissime ADV   [FXXCW]  patiently; with patience/toleration;   1000    
 pacifer, pacifera, paciferum ADJ   [XXXCO]  that brings peace; (esp. of various gods); of olive/laurel peace symbols/tokens;   1000    
 pacificator, pacificatoris N (3rd) M   [XXXDS]  peace-maker;   1000    
 pacificatorius, pacificatoria, pacificatorium ADJ   [XXXFS]  peace-making; pacific;   1000    
 pacifico, pacificare, pacificavi, pacificatus V (1st)   [XXXDX]  make peace, conclude peace; grant peace; pacify, appease;   1000    
 pacificus, pacifica, pacificum ADJ   [XXXDX]  making or tending to make peace;   1000    
 pacifier, pacifiera, pacifierum ADJ   [XXXDX]  bringing peace, peaceful;   1000    
 pacisco, paciscere, -, pactus V (3rd)   [XXXDX]  make a bargain or agreement; agree, enter into a marriage contract; negotiate;   1000    
 paciscor, pacisci, pactus sum V (3rd) DEP   [XXXDX]  make a bargain or agreement; agree, enter into a marriage contract; negotiate;   1000    
 paco, pacare, pacavi, pacatus V (1st)   [XXXBX]  pacify, subdue;   1000    
 pactio, pactionis N (3rd) F   [XXXDX]  bargain, agreement;   1000    
 pactor, pactoris N (3rd) M   [XXXFS]  negotiator;   1000    
 pactum, pacti N (2nd) N   [XXXBX]  bargain, agreement; manner;   1000    
 pactus, pacta, pactum ADJ   [XXXDX]  agreed upon, appointed;   1000    
 Padus, Padi N (2nd) M   [XXXDS]  Po river;   1000    
 paean, paeanis N (3rd) M   [XXXCO]  hymn (usually of victory, to Apollo/other gods); Paean (Greek Apollo as healer);   1000    
 paean, paeanos/is N M   [XXXCO]  hymn (usually of victory, to Apollo/other gods); Paean (Greek Apollo as healer);   1000    
 paedagogia, paedagogiae N (1st) F   [GXXEK]  pedagogy;   1000    
 paedagogicus, paedagogica, paedagogicum ADJ   [GXXEK]  educational;   1000    
 paedagogus, paedagogi N (2nd) M   [XXXDX]  slave, who accompanied children to school; pedagogue;   1000    
 paederastes, paederastae N F   [GXXEK]  pederasty;   1000    
 paediatria, paediatriae N (1st) F   [GXXEK]  paediatrics, medical science dealing with childhood diseases;   1000    
 paedicator, paedicatoris N (3rd) M   [XXXEO]  sodomite, pedicstor;   1000    
 paedico, paedicare, paedicavi, paedicatus V (1st)   [XXXDX]  commit sodomy/pederasty with, practice unnatural vice upon;   1000    
 paedico, paedicare, paedicavi, paedicatus V (1st) TRANS   [XXXCO]  perform anal intercourse; commit sodomy with;   1000    
 paedophilia, paedophiliae N (1st) F   [GXXEK]  child molestation;   1000    
 paedophilus, paedophili N (2nd) M   [GXXEK]  child molester;   1000    
 paedor, paedoris N (3rd) M   [XXXDX]  filth, dirt;   1000    
 paelex, paelicis N (3rd) F   [XXXBO]  mistress (installed as rival/in addition to wife), concubine; male prostitute;   1000    
 paene ADV   [XXXAX]  nearly, almost; mostly;   1000    
 paeninsula, paeninsulae N (1st) F   [XXXDX]  peninsula;   1000    
 paenitentia, paenitentiae N (1st) F   [XXXBO]  regret (for act); change of mind/attitude; repentance/contrition (Def); penance;   1000    
 paeniteo, paenitere, paenitui, - V (2nd)   [XXXAO]  displease; (cause to) regret; repent, be sorry; [me paenitet => I am sorry];   1000    
 paenitet, paenitere, paenituit, - V (2nd) IMPERS   [XXXBO]  it displeases, makes angry, offends, dissatisfies, makes sorry;   1000    
 paenitudo, paenitudinis N (3rd) F   [XXXFO]  regret; repentance (L+S);   1000    
 paenula, paenulae N (1st) F   [XXXDX]  hooded weatherproof cloak;   1000    
 paenularius, paenularii N (2nd) M   [XXXES]  mantle-maker;   1000    
 paenulatus, paenulata, paenulatum ADJ   [XXXDX]  wearing a paenula;   1000    
 paeon, paeonis N (3rd) M   [XPXEC]  metrical foot, consisting of three short syllables and one long;   1000    
 paeonius, paeonia, paeonium ADJ   [XPXDS]  healing; of the god of medicine;   1000    
 paetulus, paetula, paetulum ADJ   [XXXEC]  with a slight cast in the eyes, squinting;   1000    
 paetus, paeta, paetum ADJ   [XXXDX]  having cast in the eye, squinting slightly;   1000    
 paga, pagae N (1st) F   [FLXFM]  district; county (equiv. to pagus);   1000    
 paganicus, paganica, paganicum ADJ   [XXXEO]  rustic; belonging to village/country people; [pila ~ => feather stuffed ball];   1000    
 paganismus, paganismi N (2nd) M   [FEXEM]  Pagan World;   1000    
 paganitas, paganitatis N (3rd) F   [FEXEM]  paganism;   1000    
 paganum, pagani N (2nd) N   [XXXEO]  civilian affairs (pl.);   1000    
 paganus, pagana, paganum ADJ   [XXXCO]  pagan; of a pagus (country district); rural/rustic; civilian (not military);   1000    
 paganus, pagani N (2nd) M   [XXXBO]  pagan; countryman, peasant; civilian (not soldier); civilians/locals (pl.);   1000    
 pagatim ADV   [XXXES]  in every village; in a village manner Nelson);   1000    
 pagella, pagellae N (1st) F   [XXXEC]  little page;   1000    
 pagencis, pagencis N (3rd) M   [FXXFM]  inhabitants of a district; country-folk, peasants;   1000    
 pagensis, pagensis N (3rd) M   [FXXEM]  inhabitants of a district; country-folk, peasants;   1000    
 pagina, paginae N (1st) F   [XXXBX]  page, sheet;   1000    
 paginula, paginulae N (1st) F   [XXXEC]  little page;   1000    
 pagus, pagi N (2nd) M   [XXXCO]  country district/community, canton;   1000    
 pala, palae N (1st) F   [XXXDX]  spade; shovel (Cal);   1000    
 palaeographia, palaeographiae N (1st) F   [GSXEK]  paleography, study of ancient writing/inscriptions;   1000    
 palaeographicus, palaeographica, palaeographicum ADJ   [GSXEK]  paleographic, of the study/deciphering of ancient writing/inscriptions;   1000    
 palaeontologia, palaeontologiae N (1st) F   [GSXEK]  paleontology, study of fossils/ancient life;   1000    
 palaeopola, palaeopolae N (1st) M   [GXXEK]  antiquarian;   1000    
 palaeopolium, palaeopolii N (2nd) N   [GXXEK]  antiques store;   1000    
 palaestra, palaestrae N (1st) F   [XXXDX]  palaestra, wrestling school; gymnasium;   1000    
 palaestrice ADV   [XXXEC]  gymnastically;   1000    
 palaestricus, palaestrica, palaestricum ADJ   [XXXEC]  of the palaestra, gymnastic;   999    
 palaestrita, palaestritae N (1st) M   [XXXEC]  superintendent of a palaestra;   1000    
 palam ADV   [XXXBX]  openly, publicly; plainly;   1000    
 palam PREP ABL   [XXXDS]  in presence of;   1000    
 Palatinus, Palatina, Palatinum ADJ   [XXXDS]  Palatine; imperial; name of one of the hills of Rome, the Palatine;   1000    
 Palatium, Palati(i) N (2nd) N   [XXIBX]  Palatine Hill;   1000    
 palatum, palati N (2nd) N   [XXXBX]  palate; sense of taste;   1000    
 palea, paleae N (1st) F   [XXXDX]  chaff, husk;   1000    
 palear, palearis N (3rd) N   [XXXDX]  dewlap (usu.pl.), fold of skin hanging from throat of cattle;   1000    
 paleatus, paleata, paleatum ADJ   [XAXNS]  chaff-mixed;   1000    
 palifico, palificare, palificavi, palificatus V (1st)   [FXXEN]  make evident;   1000    
 Palile, Palilis N (3rd) N   [XXXEO]  Feast (pl.) of Pales (tutelary deity of sheep and herds) on 21 April;   1000    
 palimpsestus, palimpsesti N (2nd) M   [XXXEC]  palimpsest;   1000    
 palinodia, palinodiae N (1st) F   [FEXEM]  recantation;   1000    
 pallaca, pallacae N (1st) F   [XXXEO]  concubine;   1000    
 pallas, palladis N (3rd) F   [XAXFS]  olive tree; E:goddess Minerva/Athene;   1000    
 pallens, (gen.), pallentis ADJ   [XXXCS]  pale; greenish;   1000    
 palleo, pallere, pallui, - V (2nd)   [XXXBX]  be/look pale; fade; become pale at;   1000    
 pallesco, pallescere, pallui, - V (3rd)   [XXXDX]  grow pale; blanch; fade;   1000    
 palliatus, palliata, palliatum ADJ   [XXHEC]  clad in a pallium; (i.e. as a Greek, not togatus);.   1000    
 pallidulus, pallidula, pallidulum ADJ   [XXXEC]  somewhat pale;   1000    
 pallidus, pallida, pallidum ADJ   [XXXBX]  pale, yellow-green;   1000    
 pallio, palliare, palliavi, palliatus V (1st)   [FXXFM]  disguise; cloak; palliate;   1000    

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