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 jacca, jaccae N (1st) F   [GXXEK]  jacket;   1000    
 jaceo, jacere, jacui, jacitus V (2nd) INTRANS   [XXXAX]  lie; lie down; lie ill/in ruins/prostrate/dead; sleep; be situated;   1000    
 jacio, jacere, jeci, jactus V (3rd)   [XXXAX]  throw, hurl, cast; throw away; utter;   1000    
 Jacob, undeclined N M   [CEXCS]  Jacob;   1000    
 jactans, jactantis (gen.), jactantior -or -us, jactantissimus -a -um ADJ   [XXXCO]  arrogant; boastful; proud; exaltant;   1000    
 jactanter ADV   [XXXDX]  arrogantly;   1000    
 jactantia, jactantiae N (1st) F   [XXXDX]  boasting, ostentation;   1000    
 jactatio, jactationis N (3rd) F   [XXXDX]  shaking; boasting; showing off;   1000    
 jactio, jactionis N (3rd) F   [GXXET]  throwing; (Erasmus);   1000    
 jactito, jactitare, jactitavi, jactitatus V (1st) TRANS   [XXXEQ]  mention; bandy; (Col);   1000    
 jacto, jactare, jactavi, jactatus V (1st)   [XXXAX]  throw away, throw out, throw, jerk about; disturb; boast, discuss;   1000    
 jactura, jacturae N (1st) F   [XXXDX]  loss; sacrifice; expense, cost; throwing away/overboard;   1000    
 jactus, jactus N (4th) M   [XXXDX]  throwing, hurling, cast, throw;   1000    
 jaculator, jaculatoris N (3rd) M   [XXXDX]  javelin thrower;   1000    
 jaculor, jaculari, jaculatus sum V (1st) DEP   [XXXDX]  throw a javelin; hurl, cast; shoot at;   1000    
 jaculum, jaculi N (2nd) N   [XXXBX]  javelin; dart;   1000    
 jaculus, jacula, jaculum ADJ   [XXXEC]  thrown, darting;   1000    
 jam ADV   [XXXAO]  now, already, by/even now; besides; [non ~ => no longer; ~ pridem => long ago];   1000    
 jamdudum ADV   [XXXBL]  long ago/before/since; a long time ago; this long time; immediately, at once;   1000    
 jamjam ADV   [XXXCS]  already; now;   1000    
 jamjamque ADV   [XXXCS]  just now, at this very moment; already, now, just;   1000    
 jampridem ADV   [XXXBO]  long ago/since; well before now/then; for a long time now/past;   1000    
 Jan., abb. ADJ   [XXXDX]  January (month/mensis understood); abb. Jan.;   1000    
 janitor, janitoris N (3rd) M   [XXXDX]  doorkeeper, porter; janitor;   1000    
 janitrix, janitricis N (3rd) F   [XPXEC]  poetress;   1000    
 janthinus, janthina, janthinum ADJ   [XXXEC]  violet-colored;   1000    
 janua, januae N (1st) F   [XXXAX]  door, entrance;   1000    
 Januarius, Januaria, Januarium ADJ   [XXXDX]  January (month/mensis understood); abb. Jan.;   1000    
 Janus, Jani N (2nd) M   [XXXDX]  Janus, Roman god of gates and doorways (with two faces); gate (Ecc);   1000    
 jasminum, jasmini N (2nd) N   [GXXEK]  jasmine;   1000    
 jaspis, jaspidis N (3rd) F   [XXXDX]  jasper;   1000    
 jecur, jecinoris N (3rd) N   [XBXBO]  liver; (food, medicine, drug, for divination, as seat of feelings);   1000    
 jecur, jecoris N (3rd) N   [XBXBO]  liver; (food, medicine, drug, for divination, as seat of feelings);   1000    
 jecusculum, jecusculi N (2nd) N   [XBXEO]  little liver;   999    
 jejunitas, jejunitatis N (3rd) F   [FXXEN]  hunger, emptiness; meagerness, poverty;   1000    
 jejunium, jejuni(i) N (2nd) N   [EEXDX]  fasting/fast (day); Lent; hunger; leanness; [caput jejunius => Ash Wednesday];   1000    
 jejuno, jejunare, jejunavi, jejunatus V (1st) INTRANS   [DXXDS]  fast; abstain form;   1000    
 jejunus, jejuna -um, jejunior -or -us, jejunissimus -a -um ADJ   [XXXBX]  fasting, abstinent, hungry; dry, barren, unproductive; scanty, meager;   1000    
 Jemineus, Jeminea, Jemineum ADJ   [EEQEW]  Benjamite, of the tribe of Benjamin; descendant of Benjamin;   1000    
 jentaculum, jentaculi N (2nd) N   [XXXEC]  breakfast;   1000    
 jento, jentare, jentavi, jentatus V (1st)   [XXXEC]  breakfast;   1000    
 Jerusalem, undeclined N N   [AEXDX]  Jerusalem (Hebrew);   1001    
 Jesuita, Jesuitae N (1st) M   [GXXEK]  Jesuit;   1000    
 Jesuiticus, Jesuitica, Jesuiticum ADJ   [GXXEK]  Jesuit-, of the Jesuits;   1000    
 Jesus, Jesu N (4th) M   [XEXAX]  Jesus;   1000    
 Joannes, Joannis N (3rd) M   [EEXDX]  John;   1000    
 jobeleus, jobelei N (2nd) M   [EEQEW]  year of the jubilee among Jews; (slaves freed and property reverts); 50th year;   1000    
 jobileus, jobilei N (2nd) M   [EEQEW]  year of the jubilee among Jews; (slaves freed and property reverts); 50th year;   1000    
 jocabundus, jocabunda, jocabundum ADJ   [XXXEO]  jesting, joking; making jokes;   1000    
 jocatio, jocationis N (3rd) F   [XXXDX]  joke, jest;   1000    
 jocinerosus, jocinerosa, jocinerosum ADJ   [EBXEP]  liverish, with bad/ailing liver;   1000    
 joco, jocare, jocavi, jocatus V (1st)   [BXXFS]  joke, jest; say in jest; make merry;   1000    
 jocor, jocari, jocatus sum V (1st) DEP   [DXXCS]  joke, jest; say in jest; make merry;   1000    
 jocose, jocosius, jocosissime ADV   [XXXDX]  jokingly, jocosely;   1000    
 jocosus, jocosa, jocosum ADJ   [XXXDX]  humorous, funny, droll; sportive; factious; full of jesting/jokes/fun;   1000    
 jocularis, jocularis, joculare ADJ   [XXXDX]  laughable;   1000    
 joculor, joculari, joculatus sum V (1st) DEP   [XXXDX]  jest; joke;   1000    
 jocunde, jocundius, jocundissime ADV   [XXXCO]  pleasantly; delightfully; pleasingly, gratifyingly, agreeably;   1000    
 jocundiatas, jocundiatatis N (3rd) F   [XXXCO]  charm, agreeableness, pleasing quality; pleasantness/amiability; favors (pl.);   1000    
 jocunditas, jocunditatis N (3rd) F   [XXXCO]  charm, agreeableness, pleasing quality; pleasantness/amiability; favors (pl.);   1000    
 jocundo, jocundare, jocundavi, jocundatus V (1st) TRANS   [DXXCS]  please, delight; feel delighted; take delight;   1000    
 jocundus, jocunda -um, jocundior -or -us, jocundissimus -a -um ADJ   [XXXBO]  pleasant/agreeable/delightful/pleasing (experience/person/senses); congenial;   1000    
 jocur, jocineris N (3rd) N   [XBXDO]  liver; (food/medicine/divination/seat of feelings);   1000    
 jocur, jocinoris N (3rd) N   [XBXDO]  liver; (food/medicine/divination/seat of feelings);   1000    
 jocus, joci N (2nd) M   [XXXBX]  joke, jest; sport;   1000    
 jocusculum, jocusculi N (2nd) N   [XBXEO]  little liver;   1000    
 jod, undeclined N N   [XXQFE]  jod; (tenth letter of Hebrew alphabet);   1000    
 Jovis, Jovis N (3rd) M   [XEICO]  Jupiter; (Roman chief/sky god); (supreme being); heavens/sky (poetic);   1000    
 juba, jubae N (1st) F   [XXXDX]  mane of a horse; crest (of a helmet);   1001    
 jubar, jubaris N (3rd) N   [XXXDX]  radiance of the heavenly bodies, brightness; first light of day; light source;   1000    
 jubatus, jubata, jubatum ADJ   [XXXEC]  having mane, crest;   1000    
 jubelaeus, jubelaei N (2nd) M   [DEQES]  year of the jubilee among Jews; (slaves freed and property reverts); 50th year;   1000    
 jubeo, jubere, jussi, jussus V (2nd) TRANS   [XXXAO]  order/tell/command/direct; enjoin/command; decree/enact; request/ask/bid; pray;   1000    
 jubilaeus, jubilaei N (2nd) M   [DEQES]  year of the jubilee among Jews; (slaves freed and property reverts); 50th year;   1000    
 jubilarius, jubilaria, jubilarium ADJ   [DEQFE]  jubilee-, of a jubilee;   1000    
 jubilatio, jubilationis N (3rd) F   [XXXEO]  wild/loud shouting; whooping; jubilation/rejoicing (Ecc); gladness; retirement;   1000    
 jubilatus, jubilatus N (4th) M   [XXXEO]  wild/loud shouting; whooping; jubilation/rejoicing (Ecc); gladness; retirement;   1000    
 jubilo, jubilare, jubilavi, jubilatus V (1st)   [XXXEO]  shout/sing out/joyfully, rejoice; invoke with/let out shouts/whoops, halloo;   1000    
 jubilus, jubili N (2nd) M   [XXXFE]  joyful melody;   1000    
 jubo, jubere, additional, forms V TRANS   [XXXCO]  order/tell/command/direct; enjoin/command; decree/enact; request/ask/bid; pray;   1000    
 juctim ADV   [XXXCO]  together, side-by-side; in succession, consecutively;   1000    
 jucunde, jucundius, jucundissime ADV   [XXXCO]  pleasantly; delightfully; pleasingly, gratifyingly, agreeably;   1000    
 jucunditas, jucunditatis N (3rd) F   [XXXBO]  charm, agreeableness, pleasing quality; pleasantness/amiability; favors (pl.);   1000    
 jucundo, jucundare, jucundavi, jucundatus V (1st) TRANS   [DXXCS]  please, delight; feel delighted; take delight;   1000    
 jucundus, jucunda -um, jucundior -or -us, jucundissimus -a -um ADJ   [XXXBO]  pleasant/agreeable/delightful/pleasing (experience/person/senses); congenial;   1000    
 Juda, undeclined N M   [CEXCS]  Judah; Jude; Judas; a son of Jacob; tribe of Judah;   1000    
 Judaea, Judaeae N (1st) F   [XXQFS]  Jewess, Jewish woman;   1000    
 Judaeus, Judaea, Judaeum ADJ   [XXQEO]  of/relating to the Jews, Jewish; of/originating/stationed in Judea (troops);   1000    
 Judaeus, Judaei N (2nd) M   [XXQDS]  Jew, Jewish person; the Jews (pl.);   1000    
 Judaicus, Judaica, Judaicum ADJ   [XXQEO]  of/relating to the Jews, Jewish; of/originating/stationed in Judea (troops);   1000    
 Judaismus, Judaismi N (2nd) M   [DEQFS]  Judaism;   1000    
 Judaizo, Judaizare, Judaizavi, Judaizatus V (1st) INTRANS   [EXQFS]  live in the Jewish manner; keep the law, keep kosher?;   1000    
 Judas, Judae N M   [XEQDE]  Judas; Jude;exquisit exquisit   1000    
 Judes, Judae N M   [CEXCS]  Judah; Jude; Judas; a son of Jacob; tribe of Judah;   1000    
 judex, judicis N (3rd) M   [XLXAX]  judge; juror;   1000    
 judicalis, judicalis, judicale ADJ   [XLXCO]  judicial; forensic; of/relating to law courts/administration; of jury service;   1000    
 judicatio, judicationis N (3rd) F   [XLXBO]  judicial enquiry, act of deciding case; question/point at issue; opinion;   1000    
 judiciarius, judiciaria, judiciarium ADJ   [XXXCC]  of a court of justice, judicial;   1000    
 judicium, judici(i) N (2nd) N   [XLXAO]  trial, legal action/process; court/tribunal; courts; administration of justice;   1000    
 judico, judicare, judicavi, judicatus V (1st)   [XLXDX]  judge, give judgment; sentence; conclude, decide; declare, appraise;   1000    

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