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 R., abb. ADJ   [XXXEO]  Roman (abb.); (E.Q.R. = Eques Romanus); Rufus;   1000    
 rabbi, undeclined N M   [DEQEE]  rabbi; teacher, master; (Hebrew);   1000    
 rabbinus, rabbini N (2nd) M   [GEXEK]  rabbi;   1000    
 rabboni, undeclined N M   [DEQEE]  rabbi; teacher, master; (Hebrew);   1000    
 rabidus, rabida, rabidum ADJ   [XXXDX]  mad, raging, frenzied, wild;   1000    
 rabies, rabiei N (5th) F   [XXXDX]  madness;   1000    
 rabio, rabere, -, - V (3rd)   [XPXFS]  rave; be mad;   1000    
 rabiola, rabiolae N (1st) F   [GXXEK]  ravioli;   1000    
 rabiose ADV   [XXXDX]  madly; in a frenzied manner;   1000    
 rabiosulus, rabiosula, rabiosulum ADJ   [XXXEC]  rather furious;   1000    
 rabiosus, rabiosa, rabiosum ADJ   [XXXDX]  rabid (dogs), mad; lunatic, raving mad, frenzied;   1000    
 rabula, rabulae N (1st) M   [XXXEC]  bawling advocate;   1000    
 raca, undeclined ADJ   [EEQFP]  foolish, empty; Hebrew word of contempt (Linddell+Scott);   1000    
 racana, racanae N (1st) F   [EXXFP]  garment; wrap;   1000    
 racemifer, racemifera, racemiferum ADJ   [XXXDX]  bearing clusters;   1000    
 racemus, racemi N (2nd) M   [XXXDX]  bunch/cluster (of grapes or other fruit);   1000    
 racha, undeclined ADJ   [EEQFP]  foolish, empty; Hebrew word of contempt (Linddell+Scott);   1000    
 rachana, rachanae N (1st) F   [EXXFP]  garment; wrap;   1000    
 racialis, racialis, raciale ADJ   [GXXEK]  racial;   1000    
 radaricus, radarica, radaricum ADJ   [HTXEK]  of radar;   1000    
 radiatilis, radiatilis, radiatile ADJ   [HTXEK]  radio-transmitted;   1000    
 radiatrum, radiatri N (2nd) N   [GXXEK]  radiator;   1000    
 radicalis, radicalis, radicale ADJ   [GXXEK]  radical;   1000    
 radicalismus, radicalismi N (2nd) M   [GXXEK]  radicalism;   1000    
 radicatus, radicata, radicatum ADJ   [DXXDS]  rooted; having roots, having found a home;   1000    
 radicitus ADV   [XXXCO]  by the roots, utterly, completely; at the root; with the roots (L+S), radically;   1000    
 radico, radicare, radicavi, radicatus V (1st) INTRANS   [DAXES]  take root; grow roots;   1000    
 radicula, radiculae N (1st) F   [XAXEC]  little root;   1000    
 radio, radiare, radiavi, radiatus V (1st) INTRANS   [XXXBO]  beam, shine; radiate light;   1000    
 radioactivitas, radioactivitatis N (3rd) F   [HSXEK]  radioactivity;   1000    
 radioactivus, radioactiva, radioactivum ADJ   [HXXEK]  radioactive;   1000    
 radioelectricus, radioelectrica, radioelectricum ADJ   [HSXEK]  radioelectric;   1000    
 radiographema, radiographematis N (3rd) N   [HBXEK]  X-ray;   1000    
 radiographia, radiographiae N (1st) F   [HBXEK]  X-ray;   1000    
 radiologia, radiologiae N (1st) F   [HBXEK]  radiology;   1000    
 radiologicus, radiologica, radiologicum ADJ   [HBXEK]  radiological;   1000    
 radiologus, radiologi N (2nd) M   [HBXEK]  radiologist;   1000    
 radiophonia, radiophoniae N (1st) F   [HTXEK]  radiotelephony;   1000    
 radiophonicus, radiophonica, radiophonicum ADJ   [HTXEK]  radiophonic;   1000    
 radiophonum, radiophoni N (2nd) N   [HTXEK]  radio (device);   1000    
 radior, radiari, radiatus sum V (1st) DEP   [XXXEO]  beam, shine; radiate light;   1000    
 radiosus, radiosa, radiosum ADJ   [XXXFS]  beam-emitting;   1000    
 radiotherapia, radiotherapiae N (1st) F   [HBXEK]  radiotherapy;   1000    
 radius, radi(i) N (2nd) M   [XXXBX]  ray; rod;   1000    
 radix, radicis N (3rd) F   [XXXBX]  root; base; square-root (math);   1000    
 rado, radere, rasi, rasus V (3rd)   [XXXDX]  shave; scratch, scrape; coast by;   1000    
 raeda, raedae N (1st) F   [XXXDX]  four wheeled wagon;   1000    
 raedarius, raedari(i) N (2nd) M   [XXXDX]  coachman;   1000    
 raffinatio, raffinationis N (3rd) F   [GXXEK]  refinement;   1000    
 ramale, ramalis N (3rd) N   [XXXDX]  brushwood (usu. pl.), twigs, sticks, shoots;   1000    
 ramentum, ramenti N (2nd) N   [XXXEC]  shavings (usu. pl.), splinters, chips;   1000    
 rameus, ramea, rameum ADJ   [XXXDX]  of a bough/boughs/sticks;   1000    
 ramex, ramicis N (3rd) M   [XBXEC]  rupture; lungs (pl.);   1000    
 ramnum, ramni N (2nd) N   [EAXFW]  bramble; (buckthorn?);   1000    
 ramosus, ramosa, ramosum ADJ   [XXXDX]  having many branches, branching;   1000    
 ramulus, ramuli N (2nd) M   [XXXCO]  twig, little branch/bough;   1000    
 ramus, rami N (2nd) M   [XXXAX]  branch, bough;   1000    
 ramusculus, ramusculi N (2nd) M   [EXXFP]  twig;   1000    
 rana, ranae N (1st) F   [XXXDX]  frog;   1000    
 rancens, (gen.), rancentis ADJ   [XXXEC]  stinking, putrid;   1000    
 rancidulus, rancidula, rancidulum ADJ   [XXXEC]  rather putrid;   1000    
 rancidus, rancida, rancidum ADJ   [XXXDX]  rotten, putrid, nauseating;   1000    
 ranunculus, ranunculi N (2nd) M   [XAXEC]  little frog, tadpole;   1000    
 rapa, rapae N (1st) F   [XAXDO]  turnip;   1000    
 rapacitas, rapacitatis N (3rd) F   [XXXEZ]  rapacity;   1000    
 rapax, (gen.), rapacis ADJ   [XXXDX]  grasping, rapacious;   1000    
 raphaninus, raphanina, raphaninum ADJ   [XAXNO]  of/made from radishes;   1000    
 raphanitis, raphanitidos/is N F   [XAHNO]  variety of the plant Iris Illyrica;   1000    
 raphanus, raphani N (2nd) F   [XAXDO]  radish; [~ agria => wild plant supposed to be kind of spurge/charlock];   1000    
 raphanus, raphani N (2nd) M   [FAXEK]  radish; horseradish;   1000    
 rapiditas, rapiditatis N (3rd) F   [XXXEO]  swiftness, rapidity (of movement);   1000    
 rapidus, rapida -um, rapidior -or -us, rapidissimus -a -um ADJ   [XXXAX]  rapid, swift;   1000    
 rapina, rapinae N (1st) F   [XXXDX]  robbery, plunder, booty; rape;   1000    
 rapio, rapere, rapui, raptus V (3rd)   [XXXAX]  drag off; snatch; destroy; seize, carry off; pillage; hurry;   1000    
 raptim ADV   [XXXDX]  hurriedly, suddenly;   1000    
 rapto, raptare, raptavi, raptatus V (1st)   [XXXDX]  drag violently off; ravage;   1000    
 raptor, raptoris N (3rd) M   [XXXDX]  robber; plunderer;   1000    
 raptum, rapti N (2nd) N   [XXXDX]  plunder; prey;   1000    
 raptus, raptus N (4th) M   [XXXDX]  violent snatching or dragging away; robbery, carrying off, abduction;   1000    
 rapulum, rapuli N (2nd) N   [XXXDX]  little turnip;   1000    
 rapum, rapi N (2nd) N   [FAXEK]  turnip;   1000    
 rare, rarius, rarissime ADV   [XXXDX]  sparsely, thinly; at wide intervals, loosely; rarely, seldomly;   1000    
 rarefacio, rarefacere, rarefeci, rarefactus V (3rd) TRANS   [XXXDX]  make less solid;   1000    
 rarefactio, rarefactionis N (3rd) F   [GXXEK]  rarefaction, diminution of density;   1000    
 rarenter ADV   [XXXES]  uncommonly; seldom, rare; (poetic);   1000    
 raresco, rarescere, -, - V (3rd)   [XXXDX]  thin out, open out; become sparse;   1000    
 raro ADV   [XXXDX]  seldom, rare;   1000    
 rarus, rara -um, rarior -or -us, rarissimus -a -um ADJ   [XXXAX]  thin, scattered; few, infrequent; rare; in small groups; loose knit;   1000    
 rasilis, rasilis, rasile ADJ   [XXXDX]  worn smooth, polished;   1000    
 rasito, rasitare, rasitavi, rasitatus V (1st) TRANS   [XXXEO]  shave (off) habitually;   1000    
 rasorium, rasorii N (2nd) N   [GXXEK]  razor;   1000    
 rassismus, rassismi N (2nd) M   [GXXEK]  racism;   1000    
 rassista, rassistae N (1st) M   [GXXEK]  racist;   1000    
 rassisticus, rassistica, rassisticum ADJ   [GXXEK]  racist;   1000    
 rastellus, rastelli N (2nd) M   [XXXDX]  rake;   1000    
 rastrum, rastri N (2nd) N   [XXXDX]  drag-hoe;   1000    
 rastrus, rastri N (2nd) M   [XAXCO]  drag-hoe (pl.); (usu. sg. N, pl. M);   1000    
 ratificatio, ratificationis N (3rd) F   [GXXEK]  ratification;   1000    
 ratifico, ratificare, ratificavi, ratificatus V (1st)   [GXXEK]  ratify;   1000    
 ratihabeo, ratihabere, ratihabui, ratihabitus V (2nd)   [GXXEK]  ratify;   1000    

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