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 e PREP ABL   [XXXAX]  out of, from; by reason of; according to; because of, as a result of;   1000    
 eadem PRON 4 2 ACC P N   [XXXBX]  same, the same, the very same; also; (idem, eadem, idem);   1000    
 eadem PRON 4 2 NOM P N   [XXXBX]  same, the same, the very same; also; (idem, eadem, idem);   1000    
 eadem PRON 4 2 NOM S F   [XXXBX]  same, the same, the very same; also; (idem, eadem, idem);   1000    
 eadem ADV   [XXXDX]  by the same route; at the same time; likewise; same (NOM S F/ABL S F/NOM P N);   1000    
 eatenus ADV   [XXXEC]  so far;   1000    
 ebenum, ebeni N (2nd) N   [XXXFO]  ebony (wood or tree of genus Diospyrus);   1000    
 ebenus, ebeni N (2nd) C   [XXXDO]  ebony (wood or tree of genus Diospyrus);   1000    
 ebibo, ebibere, ebibi, ebibitus V (3rd)   [XXXDX]  drink up, drain; absorb; squander;   1000    
 ebiscum, ebisci N (2nd) N   [XAXEO]  marsh mallow; (Althea officinalis); (shrubby herb, grows near salt marshes);   1000    
 eblandior, eblandiri, eblanditus sum V (4th) DEP   [XXXDX]  obtain by flattery;   1000    
 Eboracum, Eboraci N (2nd) N   [GXBET]  York;   1000    
 eborarius, eboraria, eborarium ADJ   [XXXIO]  working/dealing in ivory;   1000    
 eborarius, eborarii N (2nd) M   [XXXIO]  worker/dealer in ivory;   1000    
 eboratus, eborata, eboratum ADJ   [XXXIO]  adorned with ivory; inlaid with ivory;   1000    
 eboreus, eborea, eboreum ADJ   [XXXDO]  ivory-, made of ivory; pertaining to/derived from ivory;   1000    
 ebriacus, ebriaca, ebriacum ADJ   [XXXFO]  drunk, drunken, intoxicated;   1000    
 ebrietas, ebrietatis N (3rd) F   [XXXDX]  drunkenness, intoxication;   1000    
 ebriolus, ebriola, ebriolum ADJ   [XXXEC]  tipsy;   1000    
 ebriosus, ebriosa, ebriosum ADJ   [XXXDX]  addicted to drink;   1000    
 ebrius, ebria, ebrium ADJ   [XXXCO]  drunk, intoxicated; riotous; like a drunk, exhilarated, distraught; soaked in;   1000    
 ebullio, ebullire, ebullivi, ebullitus V (4th)   [XXXDO]  spout out; chatter about; burst/break/send out; [animam ~ => expire];   1000    
 ebullo, ebullare, ebullavi, ebullatus V (1st)   [DXXFS]  spout out; chatter about; burst/break/send out; [animam ~ => expire];   1000    
 ebulum, ebuli N (2nd) N   [XXXDX]  danewort, dwarf elder;   1000    
 ebulus, ebuli N (2nd) F   [XXXDX]  danewort, dwarf elder;   1000    
 ebur, eboris N (3rd) N   [XXXCO]  ivory; object/statue of ivory; curule chair (of magistrate); elephant/tusk;   1000    
 eburarius, eburaria, eburarium ADJ   [XXXIO]  working/dealing in ivory;   1000    
 eburarius, eburarii N (2nd) M   [XXXIO]  worker/dealer in ivory;   1000    
 eburatus, eburata, eburatum ADJ   [XXXIO]  adorned with ivory; inlaid with ivory;   1000    
 ebureus, eburea, ebureum ADJ   [XXXDO]  ivory-, made of ivory; pertaining to/derived from ivory;   1000    
 eburneolus, eburneola, eburneolum ADJ   [XXXFO]  made of ivory;   1000    
 eburneus, eburnea, eburneum ADJ   [XXXCO]  ivory, of ivory; white as ivory, ivory-colored; [dens ~ => elephant tusk];   1000    
 eburnus, eburna, eburnum ADJ   [XXXCO]  made of ivory; decorated with/made partially out of ivory; white as ivory;   1000    
 Eburones, Eburonis N (3rd) M   [XXXDX]  Eburones, tribe of north Gaul - Caesar;   1000    
 ec PRON 3 1 ACC P N   [EXXEW]  these (pl.); persons/things/conditions present/here/just mentioned; +DEMONS;   1000    
 ec PRON 3 1 NOM P N   [EXXEW]  these (pl.); persons/things/conditions present/here/just mentioned; +DEMONS;   1000    
 ec PRON 3 1 NOM S F   [EXXEW]  this; person/thing present/just mentioned/in this place; ((h)(a)ec); +DEMONS;   1000    
 ecastor INTERJ   [XXXDX]  by Castor (interjection used by women);   1000    
 ecbasis, ecbasis N (3rd) F   [XGXFS]  digression;   1000    
 ecca INTERJ   [XXXFO]  Here they (neuter) are!; Behold!, Observe!, Lo!;   1000    
 eccam INTERJ   [XXXDO]  Here she/it is!; Behold!, Observe!, Lo!;   1000    
 eccas INTERJ   [XXXEO]  Here they (feminine) are!; Behold!, Observe!, Lo!;   1000    
 ecce INTERJ   [XXXAX]  behold! see! look! there! here! [ecce eum => here he is];   1000    
 eccere INTERJ   [XXXDO]  Here she/it is!; Behold!, Observe!, Lo!; There you are!;   1000    
 eccillam INTERJ   [XXXEO]  There she/it is!; Behold!, Observe!, Lo!;   1000    
 eccille, eccilla, eccillud PRON   [XXXFO]  that over there;   1000    
 eccillud INTERJ   [XXXFO]  There it is!; Behold!, Observe!, Lo!;   1000    
 eccillum INTERJ   [XXXEO]  There he/it is!; Behold!, Observe!, Lo!;   1000    
 eccistam INTERJ   [XXXFO]  There she is!; Behold!, Observe!, Lo!;   1000    
 ecclesia, ecclesiae N (1st) F   [XEXAO]  church; assembly, meeting of the assembly (Greek); (Universal) Church (Dif);   1000    
 ecclesialis, ecclesialis, ecclesiale ADJ   [EEXEE]  ecclesial, ecclesiastical; of/pertaining to church/clergyman;   1000    
 Ecclesiastes, Ecclesiastis N (3rd) M   [EEXES]  Ecclesiastes, Book of Bible/OT; The Preacher;   1000    
 ecclesiasticum, ecclesiastici N (2nd) N   [EEXEP]  Church rites (pl.);   1000    
 ecclesiasticus, ecclesiastica, ecclesiasticum ADJ   [EEXCP]  ecclesiastic, canonical, of/belonging to the Church; of book of Sirach;   1000    
 ecclesiasticus, ecclesiastici N (2nd) M   [EEXDP]  churchman, ecclesiastic; church member; one of the Aeons; book of Sirach;   1000    
 ecclesiola, ecclesiolae N (1st) F   [FEXEM]  chapel, small church;   1000    
 Eccli., abb. N M   [EEXDX]  Ecclisiasties (abb.), Book of Bible/OT;   1000    
 eccum INTERJ   [XXXFO]  Here he/it is!; Behold!, Observe!, Lo!;   1000    
 ecdicus, ecdici N (2nd) M   [XXXEC]  solicitor for a community;   1000    
 ecfatum, ecfati N (2nd) N   [XXXDO]  pronouncement (by seer), prediction; announcement; assertion/proposition/axiom;   1000    
 ecfatus, ecfata, ecfatum ADJ   [FXXDE]  pronounced, designated; determined; established; proclaimed;   1000    
 ecfatus, ecfatus N (4th) M   [XXXEO]  utterance;   1000    
 ecfio, ecferi, ecfactus sum V SEMIDEP   [XXXDS]  be accomplished/completed/made/executed/done; come to pass; (efficio PASS);   1000    
 ecflictim ADV   [XXXDO]  passionately, desperately, to distraction;   1000    
 ecfloresco, ecflorescere, ecflorui, - V (3rd) INTRANS   [XXXCO]  blossom forth; burst into flower; bloom (Ecc); flourish;   1000    
 ecfloro, ecflorere, ecflorui, - V (3rd) INTRANS   [XXXCO]  blossom forth; burst into flower; bloom (Ecc); flourish;   1000    
 ecfo, ecfare, ecfavi, ecfatus V (1st) TRANS   [XEXDO]  demarcate in words areas/boundaries for augury signs might be observed (PASS);   1000    
 ecfor, ecfari, ecfatus sum V (1st) DEP   [XXXCO]  utter, say (solemn words); declare, announce, make known; speak, express;   1000    
 ecfugio, ecfugere, ecfugi, ecfugitus V (3rd)   [XXXAO]  flee/escape; run/slip/keep away (from), eschew/avoid; baffle, escape notice;   1000    
 ecfundo, ecfundere, ecfudi, ecfusus V (3rd) TRANS   [XXXAO]  pour out/away/off; allow to drain; shower; volley (missiles); send/stream forth;   1000    
 echeneis, echeneidis N (3rd) F   [XAXEC]  sucking fish, the remora;   1000    
 echidna, echidnae N (1st) F   [XXXDX]  serpent, viper;   1000    
 echinus, echini N (2nd) M   [XXXEC]  edible sea-urchin; copper dish;   1000    
 echographia, echographiae N (1st) F   [HSXEK]  scan;   1000    
 echoos, echi N F   [XXXBO]  echo; (nymph); repeating words/phrases; same phrase at start and end of speech;   1000    
 eclecticismus, eclecticismi N (2nd) M   [GXXEK]  eclecticism;   1000    
 eclectismus, eclectismi N (2nd) M   [GXXEK]  eclecticism;   1000    
 ecligma, ecligmatis N (3rd) N   [DBXNS]  melt-in-mouth medicine, electuary, paste of powder+honey held in mouth;   1000    
 eclipsis, eclipsis N (3rd) F   [EXXES]  eclipse;   1000    
 ecliptica, eclipticae N (1st) F   [GXXEK]  ecliptic;   1000    
 eclipticus, ecliptica, eclipticum ADJ   [XLXFS]  ecliptic; in which moon is eclipsed (astrological signs); of eclipse;   1000    
 ecloga, eclogae N (1st) F   [XXXDX]  short poem (esp. pastoral); short passage selected from longer work, excerpt;   1000    
 eclogarius, eclogarii N (2nd) M   [XGXEC]  select passages (pl.) or extracts;   1000    
 ecnephias, ecnephiae N M   [XXXFS]  hurricane; (Pliny-allegedly formed by blasts from two clouds);   1000    
 econtra ADV   [DXXES]  the_contrary; the_reverse;   1000    
 ecquid ADV   [XXXDX]  at all? (interog.);   1000    
 ecstasia, ecstasiae N (1st) F   [FEXEM]  rapture; ecstasy; trance;   1000    
 ecstasis, ecstasis N (3rd) F   [FEXDM]  rapture; ecstasy; trance;   1000    
 ecstaticus, ecstatica, ecstaticum ADJ   [FEXEM]  ecstatic; exalted; [Doctor Ecstaticus => Denis the Carthusian];   1000    
 ectenia, ecteniae N (1st) F   [EEHFE]  ectene; (prayer in Greek liturgy);   1000    
 ectheta, ecthetae N (1st) F   [ETXFP]  balcony; gallery (Douay);   1000    
 ectypus, ectypa, ectypum ADJ   [FXXEK]  in relief;   1000    
 eculeus, eculei N (2nd) M   [XXXCO]  little horse, colt; rack, instrument of torture;   1000    
 edax, edacis (gen.), edacior -or -us, edacissimus -a -um ADJ   [XXXDX]  greedy, rapacious, voracious, gluttonous; devouring, consuming, destructive;   1000    
 edentulus, edentula, edentulum ADJ   [XXXFS]  toothless; matured;   1000    
 edepol INTERJ   [XXXDX]  by Pollux!;   1000    
 edibilis, edibilis, edibile ADJ   [GXXEK]  edible;   1000    
 edico, edicere, edixi, edictus V (3rd)   [XXXDX]  proclaim, declare; appoint;   1000    
 edictalis, edictalis, edictale ADJ   [XLXEO]  by/according to (praetorian) edict;   1000    
 edictum, edicti N (2nd) N   [XXXDX]  proclamation; edict;   1000    

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