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 f., abb. N C   [XXXDX]  son/daughter; filius/filia, abb. f.;   1000    
 faba, fabae N (1st) F   [XXXCO]  bean (plant/seed); bead, pellet (resembling bean);   1000    
 fabella, fabellae N (1st) F   [XXXDX]  story, fable; play;   1000    
 faber, fabra, fabrum ADJ   [XXXDX]  skillful; ingenious; of craftsman/workman/artisan or his work;   1000    
 faber, fabri N (2nd) M   [XXXDX]  workman, artisan; smith; carpenter;   1000    
 Fabius, Fabi N (2nd) M   [XXXDX]  Fabius; (Roman gens name); Q. Fabius Maximus Cunctator, hero second Punic War;   1000    
 Fabius, Fabia, Fabium ADJ   [XXXDX]  Fabius, Roman gens; Q. Fabius Maximus Cunctator, hero of second Punic War;   1000    
 fabre ADV   [XXXES]  skillfully; ingeniously; in workmanlike manner;   1000    
 fabrefacio, fabrefacere, fabrefeci, fabrefactus V (3rd) TRANS   [XXXEC]  make or fashion skillfully;   1000    
 fabrefio, fabreferi, fabrefactus sum V SEMIDEP   [DXXEC]  be made or fashioned skillfully; (fabrefacio PASS);   1000    
 fabrica, fabricae N (1st) F   [XXXBO]  craft, art; craft of metalwork/building; construction/building/making;   1000    
 fabricatio, fabricationis N (3rd) F   [XXXEE]  structure; something made; act of making; factory-mark (Cal);   1000    
 fabricator, fabricatoris N (3rd) M   [XXXDX]  builder, maker, fashioner;   1000    
 fabricensis, fabricensis N (3rd) M   [EXXES]  armorer;   1000    
 fabrico, fabricare, fabricavi, fabricatus V (1st) TRANS   [XXXBO]  build/construct/fashion/forge/shape; train; get ready (meal); invent/devise;   1000    
 fabricor, fabricari, fabricatus sum V (1st) DEP   [XXXCO]  build/construct/fashion/forge/shape; train; get ready (meal); invent/devise;   1000    
 fabrilis, fabrilis, fabrile ADJ   [XXXDX]  of/belonging to a workman; of a metal-worker/carpenter/builder;   1000    
 fabriliter ADV   [XXXEE]  skillfully; in workmanlike manner;   1000    
 fabula, fabulae N (1st) F   [XXXAX]  story, tale, fable; play, drama; [fabulae! => rubbish!, nonsense!];   1000    
 fabulatio, fabulationis N (3rd) F   [XXXEE]  fable; idle talk; lie; gossip;   1000    
 fabulator, fabulatoris N (3rd) M   [XXXDX]  storyteller, story-teller;   1000    
 fabulo, fabulare, fabulavi, fabulatus V (1st) INTRANS   [FXXEE]  talk (familiarly), chat, converse; invent a story, make up a fable;   1000    
 fabulor, fabulari, fabulatus sum V (1st) DEP   [XXXCO]  talk (familiarly), chat, converse; invent a story, make up a fable;   1000    
 fabulositas, fabulositatis N (3rd) F   [EXXFS]  fabulous invention (Pliny);   1000    
 fabulosus, fabulosa, fabulosum ADJ   [XXXDX]  storied, fabulous; celebrated in story;   1000    
 facesso, facessere, facessi, facessitus V (3rd)   [XXXDX]  do; perpetrate; go away;   1000    
 facetia, facetiae N (1st) F   [XXXDX]  wit (pl.), joke;   1000    
 facetus, faceta, facetum ADJ   [XXXDX]  witty, humorous; clever, adept;   1000    
 fachirus, fachiri N (2nd) M   [GXXEK]  fakir;   1000    
 facialis, facialis, faciale ADJ   [GXXEK]  facial;   1000    
 facies, faciei N (5th) F   [XXXAX]  shape, face, look; presence, appearance; beauty; achievement;   1000    
 facile, facilius, facillime ADV   [XXXBO]  easily, readily, without difficulty; generally, often; willingly; heedlessly;   1000    
 facilis, facile, facilior -or -us, facillimus -a -um ADJ   [XXXAX]  easy, easy to do, without difficulty, ready, quick, good natured, courteous;   1000    
 facilitas, facilitatis N (3rd) F   [XXXDX]  facility; readiness; good nature; levity; courteousness;   1000    
 faciliter ADV   [XXXFO]  easily; (cited as example of pedantry by Quintilianus);   1000    
 facilumed ADV   [XXXIO]  easily, readily, without difficulty; generally, often; willingly; heedlessly;   1000    
 facinarose ADV   [XXXFS]  viciously; scandalously;   1000    
 facinarosus, facinarosa, facinarosum ADJ   [XXXES]  wicked, criminal; villainous; vicious;   1000    
 facinerosus, facinerosa, facinerosum ADJ   [XXXES]  wicked, criminal; villainous; vicious; (facinosus);   1000    
 facinorose ADV   [FXXEN]  viciously; scandalously; (from facinosus);   1000    
 facinorosus, facinorosa, facinorosum ADJ   [XXXEC]  wicked, criminal; vicious;   1000    
 facinus, facinoris N (3rd) N   [XXXBX]  deed; crime; outrage;   1000    
 facio, facere, additional, forms V   [XXXBX]  do, make; create; acquire; cause, bring about, fashion; compose; accomplish;   1000    
 facio, facere, feci, factus V (3rd) TRANS   [XXXAO]  make/build/construct/create/cause/do; have built/made; fashion; work (metal);   1000    
 facticius, facticia, facticium ADJ   [FXXEM]  artificial; skillfully-made;   1000    
 factio, factionis N (3rd) F   [XXXDX]  party, faction; partisanship;   1000    
 factiosus, factiosa, factiosum ADJ   [XXXDX]  factious, seditious, turbulent;   1000    
 factispecies, factispeciei N (5th) F   [ELXEE]  specific details; facts of case;   1000    
 factitator, factitatoris N (3rd) M   [EXXEE]  maker; doer; perpetrator;   1000    
 factitius, factitia, factitium ADJ   [FXXEE]  artificial;   1000    
 factito, factitare, factitavi, factitatus V (1st)   [XXXDX]  do frequently, practice;   1000    
 factor, factoris N (3rd) M   [XXXCO]  maker; perpetrator (of a crime); player (in a ballgame);   1000    
 factum, facti N (2nd) N   [XXXDX]  fact, deed, act; achievement;   1000    
 factura, facturae N (1st) F   [XXXEE]  creation; work; deed; performance; handiwork;   1000    
 facula, faculae N (1st) F   [XXXEC]  little torch;   1000    
 facultas, facultatis N (3rd) F   [XXXBX]  means; ability, skill; opportunity, chance; resources (pl.), supplies;   1000    
 facultativus, facultativa, facultativum ADJ   [EXXEE]  optional;   1000    
 facunde, facundius, facundissime ADV   [XXXDX]  eloquently; fluently;   1000    
 facundia, facundiae N (1st) F   [XXXDX]  eloquence;   1000    
 facunditas, facunditatis N (3rd) F   [FBXEM]  fertility; G:readiness of speech; (=f(a)(e)cunditas);   1000    
 facundus, facunda, facundum ADJ   [XXXBX]  eloquent; fluent; able to express eloquently/fluently (speech/written);   1000    
 faecatus, faecata, faecatum ADJ   [XXXES]  made-from-dregs;   1000    
 faecula, faeculae N (1st) F   [XXXDX]  lees/dregs of wine (used as a condiment or medicine);   1000    
 faeculentia, faeculentiae N (1st) F   [EXXES]  dregs; filth;   1000    
 faeculentus, faeculenta, faeculentum ADJ   [XXXES]  full of dregs/sediment; worthless; thick; impure, filthy;   1000    
 faedus, faedi N (2nd) M   [BAXEO]  kid, young goat; two stars in constellation Auriga (Charioteer), "The Kid";   1000    
 faeles, faelis N (3rd) F   [XAXDO]  cat; marten/ferret/polecat/wild cat; mouser; inveigler, seducer, tom-cat; thief;   1000    
 faenebris, faenebris, faenebre ADJ   [XXXDX]  pertaining to usury; lent at interest;   1000    
 faeneratio, faenerationis N (3rd) F   [XXXDX]  usury, money-lending;   1000    
 faenerator, faeneratoris N (3rd) M   [XXXDX]  usurer, money-lender;   1000    
 faenero, faenerare, faeneravi, faeneratus V (1st)   [XXXCO]  lend money at interest; make interest/profit; invest/finance/supply; borrow;   1000    
 faeneror, faenerari, faeneratus sum V (1st) DEP   [XXXDO]  lend money at interest; make interest/profit; invest/finance/supply; borrow;   1000    
 faeneus, faenea, faeneum ADJ   [XAXEC]  of hay; [w/homines => men of straw];   1000    
 faeniculum, faeniculi N (2nd) N   [XAXES]  fennel;   1000    
 faenile, faenilis N (3rd) N   [XXXDX]  hayloft (pl.), place for storing hay; barn;   1000    
 faeniseca, faenisecae N (1st) M   [XAXEC]  mower; a country-man;   1000    
 faenisecium, faenisecii N (2nd) N   [XAXDO]  mowing, cutting of hay; mown grass, hay;   1000    
 faenisicia, faenisiciae N (1st) F   [XAXEO]  mowing, cutting of hay; mown grass, hay;   1000    
 faenisicium, faenisicii N (2nd) N   [XAXDO]  mowing, cutting of hay; mown grass, hay;   1000    
 faenum, faeni N (2nd) N   [XXXCO]  hay; [~ Graecum => fenugreek];   1000    
 faenus, faenoris N (3rd) N   [XXXDX]  interest (on capital), usury; profit, gain; advantage;   1000    
 faeteo, faetere, -, - V (2nd) INTRANS   [XXXDO]  stink; have a bad/offensive smell/odor;   1000    
 faetidus, fatida, fatidum ADJ   [XXXCO]  stinking; foul-smelling; having a bad smell/odor;   1000    
 faetor, faetoris N (3rd) M   [XXXDO]  stench; bad/foul smell, stink; foulness, noisomeness (L+S);   1000    
 faetulentus, faetulenta, faetulentum ADJ   [XXXFO]  stinking; foul-smelling; fetulent (L+S);   1000    
 faetutina, faetutinae N (1st) F   [XXXEO]  stinking/noisome place, cesspool, midden;   1000    
 faex, faecis N (3rd) F   [XXXDX]  dregs, grounds; sediment, lees; deposits; dregs of society;   1000    
 fagineus, faginea, fagineum ADJ   [XXXDX]  of the beech tree; of beech-wood, beechen;   1000    
 faginus, fagina, faginum ADJ   [XXXDX]  of the beech tree; of beech-wood, beechen;   1000    
 fagottum, fagotti N (2nd) N   [GDXEK]  bassoon;   1000    
 fagus, fagi N (2nd) F   [XXXDX]  beech tree;   1000    
 fala, falae N (1st) F   [XXXEC]  wooden tower or pillar;   1000    
 falarica, falaricae N (1st) F   [XXXDX]  heavy missile (orig. by siege tower catapult w/tow+pitch+fire); like hand spear;   1000    
 falcanus, falcani N (2nd) M   [XXXDX]  sickle-maker, scythe-maker;   1000    
 falcarius, falcarii N (2nd) M   [XAXEC]  sickle-maker, scythe-maker;   1000    
 falcatus, falcata, falcatum ADJ   [XXXDX]  armed with scythes; sickle-shaped, curved, hooked;   1000    
 Falcidia, Falcidiae N (1st) F   [XLXEO]  portion (1/4) of estate secured to legal heir by Falcidian law of 40 BC;   1000    
 falcifer, falcifera, falciferum ADJ   [XXXDX]  carrying a scythe; scythed;   1000    
 falcitas, falcitatis N (3rd) F   [FXXEE]  falseness;   1000    
 falda, faldae N (1st) F   [FEXEE]  falda; (garment of white silk worn by Pope on solemn occasions);   1000    

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