.. Alb. I: Sigrides Albert, Cottidie Latine loquamur, 1987

.. Alb. II: Sigrides Albert, Imaginum vocabularium Latinum, 1998

.. Bartal, Glossarium,1901

.. Bauer, Lexicon,1806

.. Georges, Handwörterbuch, s.19

.. Kirsch, Cornucopia, s.18

.. Lang. Wört.: Langenscheidts Wörterbuch

.. Latham, Word-List, 1965

.. Levine, Latin Dictionary, 1967

.. Niermeyer, Lexicon, 1976

.. Pal. Lat.: Palaestra Latina

.. Soc. Lat.: Societas Latina

.. Vox Lat.: Vox Latina

 

.acsr badge / insigne, signum; (symbol) nota, signum (Lev.)

.acsr bead / globulus perforatus (or terebratus) (Lev.)

.acsr belt / cingulum (LRL)  ]]  zona (Alb. I)  ]]  balteus (CL)

.acsr belt buckle / cinguli fibula [Soc. Lat.] (Helf.)

.acsr belt: money belt / zona (Lev.)

.acsr blindfold / pannus oculos obligans; - vt oculos obligo; -ed  oculis obligatis (Lev.)

.acsr buckle / fibula

.acsr carat / pars vicesima quarta auri puri (Lev.)

.acsr collar / (for animals or slaves) collare [Plaut.]; numella [Plaut.; s.18] (Helf.)  ]]  collare; (ornament) torques, monile; (dog) mellum; (horse) subiugium (Lev.)

.acsr cuff links / globuli gemini [Alb. II]  ]]  fibulae manicarum (Lev.)

.acsr earmuff(s) / ligamentum aurium [Soc. Lat.]; tegillum aurium [Levine]; amphōtis, idis* [s.15] (Helf.)  ]]  tegillum aurium (Lev.)

.acsr fan (held in hand) / flabellum (LRL)

.acsr glove, mitten / chirothźca+ digitata [Bauer]; digitabula n. pl. | kid glove  digitabulum haedīnum | handle with kid gloves  molli bracchio tractare [Cic.] (Helf.)  ]]  digitabula n. pl., chīrothźca [Alb. II]  ]]  digitabulum, chirotheca (LRL)  ]]  integumentum manūs; (sleeve covering hands) manicae; (work) digitabulum (Lev.)

.acsr handkerchief / Schweisstuch: sudarium [s.18] -- Taschentuch: linteolum [Apul.]; mucinnium [Arnob.]; nasitergium* [s.16] (Helf.)  ]]  sudarium, linteolum (LRL)  ]]  mūcinnium, linteolum [Alb. II]  ]]  orarium; mucinium; (for sweat) sudarium (Lev.)

.acsr hat / petasus, galericulum (LRL)  ]]  petasus [Alb. II]  ]]  (broad-brimmed) petasus; (close-fitting) pilleus; (sun-shade) causia (Lev.)

.acsr hat: beret / pileus Vasconicus [Soc. Lat.] (Helf.)  ]]  pileus Vasconicus [Alb. II]

.acsr hat: bonnet / mitra; mitella (Lev.)

.acsr hat: cap / pilleus, pilleum; (leather) galerum, galerus (Lev.)  ]]  pilleus [Alb. II]  ]]  baseball cap  pilleus athleticus (CL)

.acsr hat: felt hat / petasus coactilis [Soc. Lat.] (Helf.)

.acsr hat: headware, head-covering / tegumentum capitis [Liv.; s.17] (Helf.)  ]]  headpiece (cap): galerum (Lev.)

.acsr hat: sombrero / causia [Plaut.] (Helf.)

.acsr hat: straw hat / pileus stramineus [Scheller, Lexicon, 1783] (Helf.)  ]]  petasus stramenticius (LRL)

.acsr hat: top hat / petasus altus (Helf.)  ]]  petasus altus [Alb. II]  ]]  petasus turritus

.acsr hat: turban / tiāra (Turcica); turbānum* [Bacon] (Helf.)  ]]  tiara orientalis (LRL)  ]]  mitra, tiara (Lev.)

.acsr hat: visor / (on helmet) ocularium [Kirsch] (Helf.)  ]]  buccula (Lev.)

.acsr jewel / ornamentum [Alb. II]

.acsr jeweler / gemmarius [Vulg.] (Helf.)

.acsr jewelry / ornatus, ūs [s.19]; mundus (muliebris); iocalia+ n. pl. [s.17] (Helf.)

.acsr jewelry: bracelet / armilla [Alb. II]  ]]  armilla, bracchiale -- armlet: bracchilae (Lev.)

.acsr jewelry: broach, brooch / fibula [Virg.] (Helf.)  ]]  fibula (Lev.)

.acsr jewelry: carat / ceratium (Helf.)

.acsr jewelry: earrings / inaures, ium f. pl. [Plaut.] (Helf.)  ]]  inaures [Alb. II]  ]]  inaures (Lev.)

.acsr jewelry: locket / theca (Lev.)

.acsr jewelry: necklace / murenula [Vulg.] (Helf.)  ]]  monīle [Alb. II]

.acsr jewelry: pearl / margarīta [Alb. II]  ]]  margarita; (paragon) specimen eximium | string of pearls  linea margaritarum (Lev.)

.acsr jewelry: pendant / ornamentum pensile (Lev.)

.acsr jewelry: pin (attached to clothes as ornament) / Anstecknadel: acus ornativa (v. fixoria) [Vox Lat.] (Helf.)  ]]  (badge) insigne; (brooch) fibula (Lev.)

.acsr muff / chirothźca+ bipatens [s.18]; chirothźca+ pellīta [Kirsch] (Helf.)  ]]  manicae pelliciae (Lev.)

.acsr necklace / torquis, monile, collate (Lev.)

.acsr necklace: pearl necklace, string of pearls / monīle bacatum [Virg.] (Helf.)

.acsr ribbon / instita, taenia, limbus, vitta (LRL)

.acsr scarf, muffler / Halstuch: amictorium [Hier.]; pannus collaris [Eichenseer] -- Kopftuch: capital, alis n.; ricinium [Cic.] -- Schal: amictorium (collare) [Eichenseer] (Helf.)  ]]  amictorium [Alb. II]  ]]  amictorium, fascia -- muffler: focale (Lev.)

.acsr shawl / Schal (um die Schulern): anaboladium [Isid.] (Helf.)  ]]  anaboladium, superumerale [Alb. II]  ]]  amictus, palla (Lev.)

.acsr shoe / calceus, calceamentum, calceolus

.acsr shoe polish / unguen calceorum [Georges]; liquāmen, inis n. [Latinitas] | black shoe polish  atramentum sutorium [Kirsch]; atramentum calcearium [Scheller, Lexicon, 1783]; galla  (Helf.)  < Galla: "Usus eius [gallae] est coriis perficiendis et tingendis nigro colore tum iis, tum lanis, tum capillis.  Plin. 6, 16; 24, 4.  Quare inter sutoria instrumenta enumeratur" (Forcellini). >

.acsr shoe repairer / sutor cerdo [Alb. II] sutor veteramentarius [Suet.] (Helf.)

.acsr shoe: barefoot, shoeless / discalceatus, non calceatus, nudis pedibus (Lev.) 

.acsr shoe: boot / ocrea (s.v. Stiefelspanner) | riding boots  perones (v. campagi) equestres [Eichenseer] (Helf.)  ]]  caliga [Alb. II]  ]]  (for foot and leg) calceus; (soldier's) caliga (Lev.)

.acsr shoe: bootjack / furca caligaria [Bauer] (Helf.)

.acsr shoe: footwear / calceamentum, calceatus (Lev.)

.acsr shoe: galoshes, over-shoes / calceorum indumenta [Lang. Wört]; supercalcei m. pl. [Soc. Lat.] -- Galosche: solea Gallica; gallicula [Hier.] (Helf.)

.acsr shoe: heel of shoe / fulmenta [Plaut. Trin. 720] (Helf.)

.acsr shoe: high heels, spike heels / calces altiusculae (Lev.)

.acsr shoe: hiking shoe, hiking boot / calceus carpatinus (v. clavatus) (LRL)

.acsr shoe: loafer /

.acsr shoe: mocassin / calceus laxus [Levine] (Helf.)  ]]  calceus laxus (Lev.)

.acsr shoe: pump (woman's low-cut show without fastenings) / soccus (Lev.)

.acsr shoe: sandal / crepida, sandalium, solea (LRL)  ]]  sandalium [Alb. II]  ]]  solea, crepida, talaria (Lev.)  ]]  soccus (CL)

.acsr shoe: slipper / udo, onis (Helf.)  ]]  crepida (Lev.)

.acsr shoe: sneaker, tennis shoe, athletic shoe / Turnschuh: calceus gymnicus [Mir, 1970, 1986] -- Sportschuhe: calceamenta campestria [Eichenseer] (Helf.)  ]]  calceamentum athleticum (CL)

.acsr shoe: wooden shoe, clog / cūspus; ligneum sandalium [DuCange] (Helf.)  ]]  solea lignea, sculponea (Lev.)

.acsr shoehorn / inductorium [Bacci] (Helf.)

.acsr shoelace, shoestring / corrigia calceamenti [Kirsch] (Helf.)  ]]  corrigia [Alb. II]  ]]  corrigia, obstragulum (Lev.)

.acsr shoemaker, cobbler / sutor [s.18] (Helf.)  ]]  sutor (Alb. I)   ]]  sutor, cerdo (Lev.)

.acsr shoes, high-heeled / calceamenta altiuscula [Suet.] (Helf.)

.acsr shoe-shine boy, bootblack / calceorum polītor (v. expurgator) (Helf.)  ]]  calceorum politor (v. mundator v. expurgator) (LRL)  ]]  calceorum politor (Lev.)

.acsr shoestore / (taberna) sutrina [Tac.]; (taberna) calcearia [Varro] (Helf.)  ]]  sutrina (Alb. I)  ]]  sutrina (Lev.)

.acsr tie / fōcāle, is [Hor.]; croāta [Perugini, Dizionario, 1976] (Helf.)  ]]  focale (Croatum) (LRL)  ]]  fōcāle [Alb. II]  ]]  focale [Alb. II]  ]]  focale (Lev.)

.acsr tie: bow-tie /

.acsr tie-pin / spinula [Arnob.] (Helf.)

.acsr umbrella / umbrella (Helf.)  ]]  umbrella (Alb. I, II)  ]]  umbraculum, umbella (Lev.)

.acsr umbrella: parasol / umbella (Lev.)

.acsr zipper / verticulae (tractu) clusares (f. pl.) (LRL)  ]]  clausura tractilis (Alb. I, II)

.adm administration / administratio, (pro)curatio, cura, (government) gubernatio; regimen; (law) iurisdictio | administrative  ad res gerendas pertinens | administrator  procurator; (pol) rector, gubernator, administrator (Lev.)

.adm administrative court / tribunal administrativum [Donat] (Helf.)

.adm administrative law / ius administrativum [s.19] (Helf.)

.adm appoint / vt (for ofiice) facio, creo, designo; (put in charge) praeficio, praepono; -ee designatus; -ment (act) creatio; (position) munus, officium (Lev.)

.adm archives / tabulae (or tabellae) publicae; acta (publica); scrinia; (place) tabularium | archivist  tabularius (Lev.)

.adm bureaucracy / grapheocratia [Latinitas] (Helf.)  ]]  grapheocratia (LRL)  ]]  (ad)ministri publici; (red tape) (ad)ministrorum publicorum ambages -- red tape: ambages in officiis publicis (Lev.)

.adm bureaucrat / grapheocrates [Latinitas] (Helf.)  ]]  grapheocrates, totus scriba, exemplum scribae, ad ossa officialis (LRL)  ]]  (ad)minister publicus ambagibus deditus; -ic ambagibus ministeria tenens (Lev.)

.adm cabinet / consistorium (Helf.)  ]]  administrorum consilium (LRL)  ]]  consilium rei publicae; summum principis consilium (Lev.)

.adm chancellor / cancellarius [Cassiod.; s.17] -- Bundeskanzler: cancellarius foederalis* [Vox Lat.] (Helf.)

.adm civil service / officium civile (Lev.)

.adm committee, commission / delecti (viri); comission; consilium [Vox Lat.] (Helf.)  ]]  committee consilium, concilium; - of two  duumviri; - of five  quinqueviri (Lev.)

.adm deputy / legatus, vicarius, procurator (Lev.)

.adm minister of agriculture / administer agriculturae provehendae [Latinitas] (Helf.)

.adm minister of commerce (or trade) / mercaturis moderandis provehendisque administer [Vox Lat.] -- Wirtschaftsminister: (publicus) (ad)minister rei oeconomicae [Eichenseer] (Helf.)

.adm minister of cultural affairs / (ad)minister cultūs et educationis [Soc. Lat.]; (ad)minister cultūs eruditionisque [Vox Lat.]; (ad)minister (publicus) rei culturalis+ (Helf.)

.adm minister of finance, secretary of the treasury (US) / (ad)minister fiscalis (Helf.)

.adm minister of foreign affairs, secretary of state (US) / ab exteris negotiis minister [Acta Apost. Sedis, s.20]; (ad)minister rerum externarum -- Staatssekretär: regendarius [Cassiod.] <"sorte d'intendant, de secrétaire du palais impérial," Gaffiot; "secrétaire d'état," Benoīt; non invenitur apud LS> (Helf.) ]]  administer exteriis negotiis praepositus (LRL)

.adm minister of health / administer saluti publicae praepositus (LRL)

.adm minister of justice, attorney-general / (ad)minister rei iuridica (Helf.)

.adm minister of labor and social affairs / ab opificio et sociali providentia administer [Acta Apost. Sedis, s.20] (Helf.)

.adm minister of the interior / (ad)minister public rerum interiorum; ob internis negotiis (adm)minister [Freire, Conversaēaõ, 1960]; (ad)minister rerum internarum [Vita Latina] | ministry (or department) of the interior  ministerium adminstrationis internae [s.19; Vox Lat.]; ministerium rerum internarum (Helf.)

.adm minister of war, secretary of defense / administer publicae defensioni praepositus (LRL)

.adm minister, secretary (of government ministry or department) / (ad)minsiter publicus [s.19] (Helf.)  ]]  administer publicus (v. civitatis) (LRL)  ]]  praefectus, procurator (Lev.)

.adm minister: prime minister / minister primarius [s.18]; primarius statūs minister [Heyse, Fremdwörterbuch, s.19] (Helf.) ]]  administer primarius (LRL)  ]]   princeps (Lev.)

.adm ministry, department (of executive branch of government) / suprźmum consilium [Latinitas]; (ad)ministerium* publicum | ministerial  ministerialis+ [DuCange] (Helf.)  ]]  sedes administri (LRL)  ]]  ministerium (eccl.)

.adm nominee / candidatus; (appointee) homo designatus (Lev.)

.adm official  adj. / amtlich: publicus; publicā auctoritate factus [Lang. Wört]; officialis (Helf.)

.adm official  subst.  (government or administrative official)  / officialis administrativus (v. administrationis) [Soc. Lat.] -- officialis, is m. [s.v. Postbeamter] (Helf.)

.adm premier / princeps (Lev.)

.adm presidency / praesidatus, ūs [Arnob.; Soc. Lat.] (Helf.)  ]]  praefectura; (term of office) magisterium (Lev.)

.adm president, chair(person)  / praeses [Acta Apost. Sedis, s.20; s.v. Staatspräsident] -- Vorsitzender: praeses; praesidens (Helf.)  ]]  praeses (LRL)  ]]  president praeses, princeps, praefectus; -ial praesidialis (Lev.)

.adm president-elect / praeses designatus (Lev. s.v. elect)

.adm secretary-general / scriba primarius [Vita Latina] (Helf.)

.adm treasury (national or governmental) / aerarium (publicum), fiscus, corpus aeris publicus (LRL)  ]]  aerarium (Lev.)

.adm vice-chancellor / procancellarius* [Latham]; vicecancellarius+ [Latham] (Helf.)

.adm vice-president / propraeses, idis* [Latham]; vicepraeses, idis* [Latham]; praeses vicarius [Latinitas]; alter praeside [Bacci] (Helf.)  ]]  propraeses (LRL)  ]]  vicarius praesidis (Lev.)

.agr (manger) praesaepe; (grain) horreum; cumera; (stall) stabulum, praesaepe (Lev.)

.agr agriculture / res rustica; agricultura [s.14]; oecnomia ruralis [s.17] (Helf.)

.agr barn (grain) horreum, granaria; (Lev.)

.agr combine (harvesting machine) / Mähdrescher: mestrum* tritorium+ [Vox Lat.] (Helf.)

.agr conservatory [greenhouse] (hort) hortus sub vitro clausus; viridarium (Lev.)

.usa cowboy armentarius (Lev.)

.agr cross (hybrid) mixtura; (hybrid) mixtus | crossbreed misceo 2; hibrida (Lev.)

.agr farm fundus rus; (estate) praedium; - hand operarius agrarius (or rusticus); - vt (till) aro 1, colo 3; (let for rent) (e)loco 1; -er (of land) agricola; colonus; arator (poet); -ing (of land) agri cultura, agricultura, aratio, res rusticae, cultus agrorum | farmhouse villa | farmyard cohors; area  (Lev.)

.agr farmer / colōnus [Soc. Lat.] (Helf.)

.agr fertilizer (chemical) / fimus (chemicus) (Ciar.)

.agr fertilizer / stercus; laetamen (Helf.)

.agr fungicide / (venźnum) fungicidale* (Helf.)

.agr greenhouse viridarium hibernum, hortus sub vitro (Lev.)

.agr hothouse plantarium (Lev.)

.agr incubate vt&vi incubo 1 | incubation incubatio | incubator instrumentum incubationis (Lev.)

.agr incubator / incubationis cell(ul)a [Bacci] (Helf.)

.agr manure heap, compost pile / sterculīn(i)um [Plaut.]; fimźtum (Helf.)

.agr milking machine / lactisugium* automatum [Haas, Handwörterbuch, 1808] (Helf.)

.agr pesticide, insecticide / (venenum) pesticidale* (Helf.)

.agr ranch fundus pecuarius; -er pecuarius (Lev.)

.agr reap / metere; caedere; secare | reaper Mähmaschine: machina messoria [Mir, 1970, 1986]; mestrum* (Helf.)

.agr scarecrow homo faeneus, terricula; (bugbear) formido (Lev.)

.agr sharecropper colonus (Lev.)

.agr silo / sirus [Col.] (Helf.)

.agr stampede eruptio (or fuga) animalium  (Lev.)

.agr straw stramentum, stramen (Lev.)

.agr transplantation / translatio; transplantatio* (Helf.)

.agr weed-killer / (venenum) herbicidale* (Helf.)

.agr weeds, pulling up / zizaniorum evulsio [Erasmus]; saritio (Helf.)

.airp aerial aerius, aetherius; (Lev.)

.airp aerial photograph / aerophotographica* imago [Bacci]; photographźma* aerium (Helf.)

.airp aerodynamic / aerodynamicus* [Alma Roma] | aerodynamics / aerodynamica* scientia (v. ars) [Bacci] (Helf.)

.airp aeronautics ars aeronautica (neo (Lev.)

.airp air traffic / commeatus aerius [Vox Lat.] (Helf.)

.airp airborne aėre vectus (Lev.)

.airp aircraft navis aeria, aėronavis, velivolum; - carrier aerovehes  (Lev.)

.airp airfield statio aėria  (Lev.)

.airp airlift  subsidium aėre vectum (Lev.)

.airp airlift / pons aerius [Latinitas] (Helf.)

.airp airline / Fluggesellschaft: societas aeronautica* [Soc. Lat.] -- Fluglinie: aerilinea* (Helf.)

.airp airline societas vecturis aėriis; -r navis aėria vectoria (Lev.)

.airp airmail tabellario aėrio missus (Lev.)

.airp airman homo volaticus; aėronauta in  (Lev.)

.airp airplane  aėria navis; aėronavis, velivolum  (Lev.)

.airp airplane / aėronavis (LRL); aėroplanum (Alb. I)

.airp airplane / aeroplanum [Soc. Lat.] (Helf.)

.airp airplane crashed / aėronavis procubuit (v. decidit v. praecipitavit) (LRL)

.airp airplane, jet / aėronavis retroversus impulsus, pyraulocinetum (LRL); aėroplanum pyraulocineticum (Alb. I)

.airp airplane, jet / aeroplanum* pyraulocineticum* [Latinitas]; pyrauloplanum [Vox Lat.] (Helf.)

.airp airport / aeriportus, ūs* [Soc. Lat.] (Helf.)

.airp airport / aėroportus, aėrostatio, aėronavium portus, aėriportus (LRL)

.airp airport aėriarum navium (or aėronavium) portus (Lev.)

.airp airship aėria navis inflata (Lev.)

.airp airstrip aėriarum navium portus temporatio (Lev.)

.airp airway  via aeria (Lev.)

.airp aviation ars volatica (or volatilis) | aviator volaticus homo; adrius nauta (or viator), aėronauta  (Lev.)

.airp aviation, aeronautics / navigatio aeria [s.17]; vectio (v. vectura) aeria; aerinavigatio* [Soc. Lat.]; ars volandi [s.17]; (ars) aeronautica* [s.17] (Helf.)

.airp aviator / Flieger: volator* [Soc. Lat.] (Helf.)

.airp bail out (avi) de caelo umbellā labor (Lev.)

.airp balloon (hot air) / globus (v. follis) aėrostaticus, aėrostaton (LRL)

.airp balloon follis aėrius (Lev.)

.airp balloon, airship, dirigible / Aerostat: aerostatum*; folliculus aerostaticus* -- lenkbarer Ballon: follis aerostaticus* (v. volatilis) [Latinitas]; machina aerobatica* [Georges] -- Luftschiff: navis aeria, aerinavis* -- Zeppelin: zeppelīnus* (Helf.)

.airp blimp magnus follis volaticus (Lev.)

.airp change planes in Atlanta / Atlantae stationem facere (CL)

.airp cockpit / aeroplanīgae* cella; aeroplani cella [Eichenseer]; gubernatoris cellula (Helf.)

.airp cockpit / cella aeroplani* [Eichenseer] (Helf.)

.airp cockpit sedile navis aeriae  (Lev.)

.airp Concord (supersonic jet) / aėronavis Concordiensis (LRL)

.airp control tower / turris speculatoria [Egger] (Helf.)

.airp co-pilot / volaticus adiūtor [Levine] (Helf.)

.airp copilot volaticus adiutor  (Lev.)

.airp crash landing navis aeriae ruina (Lev.)

.airp dirigible / aėroplanum follinum (v. Zepelinianum), follis gubernabilis (LRL)

.airp drone (plane) aėria navis sine gubernatore (Lev.)

.airp flier (avi) volaticus homo; aėrius nauta (or viator); aėronauta (Lev.)

.airp flight (air travel) / volatus (CL)

.airp flight (flying) volatus, volatura (Lev.)

.airp flight attendant / hospes aėronauticus, hospita aėronautica (Ciar.)

.airp flight attendant, stewardess / aeria hospita [Bacci]; diaetaria*; hopsita aeronautica* [Egger]; ministratrix [Eichenseer]; adiutrix vectorum [Latinitas]; dapifera+ [Latham] (HELF.)

.airp flight path, air route, orbit (of satellite) / Flugbahn: cursus volaticus (v. volaturae) [Eichenseer] -- Fluglinie: trames aereus [Mir, 1970, 1986]; via aerea [Mir, 1970, 1986] -- Luftweg: iter aerium [Acta Apost. Sedis, s.20]; via aeria [Soc. Lat.] (Helf.)

.airp glider (for hang-gliding) / aėronavis velifera (v. velifica), anemoplanum (LRL)

.airp glider, hang- (kite-like gliding apparatus derived in 1960s from glider or sailplane) / (craft) Drache: deltaplanum* [Vox Lat.] | (person) Drachenflieger: deltaplanista, ae* m. [Vox Lat.] (Helf.)

.airp glider, sailplane (non-powered heavier-than-air flying craft) / Segelflugzeug: (aeroplanum*) velivolum [Soc. Lat.]; anemoplanum* [Eichenseer] (Helf.)

.airp hangar / tugurium (v. tegurium) aeroplani* [Eichenseer] (Helf.)

.airp hangar aeronavium receptaculum (or tectum) (Lev.)

.airp helicopter / helicopterum (LRL); helica (CL)

.airp helicopter / helicopterum [Latinitas] (Helf.)

.airp helicopter helicopterum, autogyrus  (Lev.)

.airp hijacking / aeroplani* (v. aeria) abductio [Eichenseer] (Helf.)

.airp jet (stream) scatebra, fons; (plane) aeronavis inversa vi propulsa | jet-propelled inversa (or ignifera) vi actus (Lev.)

.airp land - vt in terram expono; -ing egressus (Lev.)

.airp land (of airplane) / appellere (Alb. I)

.airp land (vb) / advolare [Eichenseer]; appellere [Eichenseer] (Helf.)

.airp landing / appulsus, ūs [Eichenseer] (Helf.)

.airp parachute / umbella descensoria (LRL) /

.airp parachute / umbella descensoria; decidiculum* [Mir, 1970, 1986] (Helf.)

.airp parachute lapsūs moderamen; - vt&vi lapsus moderamine utor (Lev.)

.airp pilot (airplane) / rector (LRL)

.airp pilot / aeroplanīga [Soc. Lat.] (Helf.)

.airp pilot gubernator, rector; (avi) aeronauta primi ordinis (Lev.)

.airp plane (avi) velivolum  (Lev.)

.airp pontoon [float on an aircraft] (seaplane) hydroplani cymbula (Lev.)

.airp pressurize vt aeris pressuram retineo (Lev.)

.airp propeller / helica [Th.L.L.]; helix, icis [Th.L.L.; Soc. Lat.] (Helf.)

.airp propeller helica, impulsor (Lev.)

.airp ripcord / restis tractilis (Helf.)

.airp runway (avi) aditus aerodromi  (Lev.)

.airp run-way / aerodromus* [Mir, 1970, 1986] (Helf.)

.airp sea-plane / Wasserflugzeug: hydroplanum [Soc. Lat.] (Helf.)

.airp supersonic speed / velocitas supersonica* (Helf.)

.airp take off (of airplane) / aera carpere [Latinitas]; avolare  [Eichenseer] (Helf.)

.airp take off (of airplane) / aėrem capere (LRL); avolare (Alb. I)

.airp turbulence agitatio, perturbatio 1; (air) flabra violenta, flamina | turbulent turbulentus, agitatus; procellosus, ventosus (weather) pro (Lev.)

.alch alcohol / alcohol, is* [s.19; Vox Lat.] | alcohol content  portio alcoholis -- spiritus vini [Scheller, Lexicon, 1783; s.v. Franzbranntwein] -- Weingeist: spiritus vini [Latham; s.18] (Helf.)  ]]  alcoholum (LRL)  ]]  temetum, alcohol (Lev.)

.alch alcoholic / (adj.)  alcoholicus* [s.19] | (noun) homo alcoholi nimium deditus | [Latham] (Helf.)  ]]   alcoholicus (LRL)  ]]  vinolentus, fervidus, alcoholicus; ebriositate laborans (Lev.)

.alch alcoholic drink / ebriamina n. pl. tr [Alb. II] [s.17] (Helf.)  ]]  intoxicating beverage: temetum -- booze: (drink) merum; (strong) temetum; (cheap) vappa; - vi (colloquial) (per)poto -- drink (alcohol): temetum, merum; -er pot(at)or; (heavy) ebriosus, potator; -ing potatio; -ing bibulus, pot(at)or  (Lev.)

.alch alcoholic: boozer / Säufer: potator; bibo, onis m. [s.18] | boozing, excessive drinking  perpotatio [Plin. N.H.]; immoderatus potus [Cic.]; polyposia [s.18] (Helf.)

.alch alcoholism / alcoholismus* (Helf.)  ]]  ebriositas (Lev.)

.alch apéritif / potio aper(i)tiva; propoma, atis n.; propīn n. [Mart. 12, 82, 11] (Helf.)

.alch bouquet (of wine) / flos odoris, aroma (LRL)

.alch cocktail / cinnus [Arnob.; Mariucci, Nova et vetera, 1987]; gallicauda* [Levine] (Helf.)  ]]  gallicauda; propoma (Lev.)

.alch drunk / ebrius, temulentus, potus; (with wine) vinolentus, vinosus; (fig.) ebrius; get - vino me obruo; - homo ebrius; -ard ebriosus, potator; -en ebriosus; temulentus; -enness ebrietas, vinolentia; (habit) ebriositas (Lev.)

.alch fermentation (of alcoholic beverage) / fermentatio (vinosa v. alcoholica*) [s.19] (Helf.)

.alch hangover / gravedo crapulae; crapulositas* | have hangover  vapide se habere [Suet.] (Helf.)  ]]  crapulae gravedines (Lev.)

.alch liqueur / Likör: liquor aromaticus [Eichenseer]; spiritus (ardens) aromaticus [Vox Lat.]; liquor coloratus [s.17] (Helf.)

.alch liquor (hard), distilled alcoholic drink, alcoholic drinks other than beer or wine / fortioris (v. fervidioris) spiritūs liquores; spiritūs ardentes [s.18]; potūs spirituosi* [s.18] -- spiritus ardens [s.v. Likör] -- Aquavit (liquor, brandy): aqua vitae [Latham]; (vinum) crematum [Bartal] (Helf.)  ]]  hard liquor: temetum (Lev.)  ]]  acriores spiritūs

.alch nightcap / potus serotinus [s.18]; pocoenium* [Kirsch]; sopor (Helf.)  < LS s.v. sopor: <"sleeping-draught, sleeping-potion: sopore sumpto dormiturus, Sen. Ep. 83, 25; so (opp. venenum) id. Ben. 5, 13, 5; Front. Strat. 2, 5, 12; Nep. Dion, 2, 5," LS>

.alch rock: on the rocks / meracus cum cubis gelidis (Lev.)

.alch still (alembic, distillery for liquor-making) / fornacula (v. clibanus) stillaticia (LRL)

.alch teetotaler / homo abstinens (temeto) (Lev.)

.alch toast (drink in someone's honor, or the accompanying brief speech) / (noun) tosta [Skeat, Etym. Dict.] -- (verb) (drink to someone's health, make toast)  propinare (alicui) (Helf.)  ]]  (drink) propinatio; - (drink to) propino, praebibo (Lev.)

.alch toast: clink glasses (in toasting) / pocula collidere [Bauer] (Helf.)

.alch toastmaster / magister bibendi (Lev.)

.alch1 absinth, wormwood / Absinth: apsinthiatum [s.18]; absinthium [s.18]; aloxīnum [Vox Lat.] (Helf.)  ]]  (drink) absinthites; (plant) absinthium (Lev.)

.alch1 anisette, pastis, ouzo / anisatum [Plin. Val.] (Helf.)

.alch1 beer: ale / ael indecl. [s.18]; caelia [Avellanus] (Helf.)  ]]  cer(e)visia, fermentum, zythum (Lev.)

.alch1 beer: bottled beer / cervesia lagoenaria* [Scheller, Lexicon, 1783] (Helf.)

.alch1 beer: brew (beer) / coquere (cervesiam); conficere (cervesiam) [s.16]; braciare (cervesiam) [Latham] | brewer coctor (cervesiae); braciator [DuCange]; zythicoctor [Latham; s.17] | brewery bracina [Latham]; braxatorium [DuCange]; zythopoeia [DuCange] (Helf.)  ]]  fermentum (cerevisiae); - vt (beer) cerevisiam coquo (or fermento); (beverage) (ex)coquo 3; (steep) madefacio 3; -er coctor cerevisiae; -ery officina ad cerevisiam coquendam; -ing cerevisiae coctura (Lev.)

.alch1 beer: draft beer / Fassbier: cervesia de dolio [Georges]; cervesia de cupa [Georges] -- Schankbier: cervesia caupōnae [Vox Lat.];

.alch1 beer: froth or head of beer / flos (v. spuma) cervesiae [s.16]; [Latham] (HELF.)

.alch1 beer: hops / lupus [Plin. N.H.] (Helf.)

.alch1 beer: malt / horteum, polenta (Lev.)

.alch1 beer: pils(ner) (sort of beer) / cervesia Pilonica (Helf.)

.alch1 beer: Weissbier / zythus pallidum [s.18]; caelia [Pl.] (Helf.)  ]]  cer(e)visia, fermentum, zythum (Lev.)

.alch1 brandy / vinum sublimatum [Comenius]; vinum arsum [s.13]; vinum adustum [Latham; s.17] (Helf.)  ]]  aqua vitae; vini spiritus, spiritus Gailicus (Lev.)

.alch1 cider (apple) / vinum malinum; vinum pomorum [Latham]; pomaceum+ [DuCange; s.16]; pomata+ [DuCange]; sicera [s.18] (Helf.)

.alch1 cognac / potio Condatīna (v. Coniacensis) [Latinitas]; cóniacum* [Pal. Lat.] (Helf.)

.alch1 curaēao / aromaticus liquor Currassuviensis (Helf.)

.alch1 distillery / stillaticia officina (Ciar.)

.alch1 gin / vinum iuniperum [Bartal] (Helf.)  ]]  valida potio iunipera (LRL)  ]]  temetum iunipereum (Lev.)

.alch1 highball / aqua vitae aquā effervescenti commixta (Lev.)

.alch1 muscatel / Muskateller(wein): vinum apiānum [Col.]; muscatus+ [Latham] (HELF.)

.alch1 rum / rhōmium* [Mir, 1970, 1986]; sicera nautica [Haas, Handwörterbuch, 1808] (Helf.)  ]]  rhomium (LRL)  ]]  ebriamen, temetum (Lev.)

.alch1 sangria / potio mixta Hispanica (LRL)

.alch1 schnapps, grappa / aqua vitae (v. ardens) [Pexenfelder, Apparatus, 1670] (Helf.)  ]]  valida potio vitigena (LRL)

.alch1 schnapps: kirsch(wasser) / aqua cerasina [Pal. Lat.]; cerasinum [Pal. Lat.] (Helf.)

.alch1 vermouth / apsinthiātum [Th.L.L.]; aloxīnum [Anthim.] [Vox Lat.] (Helf.)

.alch1 vodka / ]]  valida potio Slavica (LRL)

.alch1 whisky / vischium* [Eichenseer] (Helf.)  ]]  vischium (LRL)  ]]  aqua vitae, temetum (Lev.)

.alch1 whisky: moonshine / temetum illicitum (Lev.)

.alch1 whisky: scotch / vischium Scoticum (LRL)

.alch1 wine press / torculum (Helf.)

.alch1 wine spritzer / Schorle: vinum aquatum (v. dilūtum); scormorrium* [s.16]; crama, atis* n. [s.17] (Helf.)

.alch1 wine store / taberna vinaria; oenopōlium [Plaut.] (Helf.)

.alch1 wine, dry / vinum austerum (v. asperum) [Cels.] (Helf.)

.alch1 wine, fruit / Obstwein: vinum pomarium [s.18]; sicera [Soc. Lat.] (Helf.)

.alch1 wine, mulled / cal(i)dum [Plaut.]; calda; vinum fervefactum (Helf.)

.alch1 wine, new / Heuriger: vinum hornotinum [Kirsch] (Helf.)

.alch1 wine, red / vinum rubrum; vinum russum [Vopisc.] (Helf.)

.alch1 wine, white / vinum candidum [s.13]; vinum album [Plaut.] (Helf.)

.alch1 wine: port (a fortified wine) / vinum Portucalense* [Freire, Conversaēaõ, 1960] (Helf.)  ]]  vinum Portucalense (LRL)

.alch1 wine: sherry / vinum Astense Hispanicum (LRL)

.alch1 wine: sparkling wine, champagne / Schaumwein: vinum spumans -- Sekt: vinum spumans [Soc. Lat.]; vinum passum [Plaut.] -- Champagne: vinum Campanicum [s.18]; vinum Campaniense [Egger] (Helf.)  ]]  vinum spumosum (LRL)  ]]   vinum Campanense (Latinitas)  ]]  vinum effervescens (Lev.)

.alch1 wine: table wine, vin ordinaire / vinum cibarium [Varro]; mensale vinum [Vopisc.] (Helf.)

.anml  tapeworm taenia (Lev.)

.anml adder / Kreuzotter (Vipera berus): berus+ mw [Alb. II] (Helf.)

.anml albatros / diomźdźa exulans [Levine] (Helf.)

.anml albatross diomedea exulans  (Lev.)

.anml animals (collectively), animal kingdom / universitas animalium; regnum animale [s.17] (Helf.)

.anml antelope pygargus; dam(m)a, dorcas (Lev.)

.anml antenna (insect) / antenna [s.18]; corniculum [Pl. 9, 143] (Helf.)

.anml antenna (insect) corniculum (Lev.)

.anml antenna, feeler / corniculum [Plin. N.H.]; antenna; palpum [s.18] (Helf.)

.anml antler cornu cervinum (Lev.)

.anml ape simia 1; simius; - vt imitor 1 (Lev.)

.anml aquatic animals / aquatilia n. p. [Pl. 9, 40] (Helf.)

.anml armadillo / dasypūs, podis m. [Plin. N.H.]; porcellus loricatus [Bacci] (Helf.)

.anml aviary / aviarium (LRL)

.anml aviary aviarium (Lev.)

.anml baboon / cynocephalus; (fig.) simia (Lev.)

.anml badger / taxo, onis m. (Helf.)  ]]   meles (Lev.)

.anml baracuda / sphyraena [Plin.]; (piscis) sudis [Vox Lat.] (Helf.)

.anml barn owl / Schleiereule: ulula flammeata [Kirsch] (Helf.)

.anml bass (fresh-water) perca fluviatilis; (sea) librax lupus (Lev.)

.anml bat (zoo) vespertilio (Lev.)

.anml beagle parvus canis venaticus (Lev.)

.anml beaver castor, fiber; (of helmet) buccula (Lev.)

.anml beetle scarabaeus (Lev.)

.anml bill (beak) rostrum (Lev.)

.anml bird of paradise / avis paradīsi [Latham] (Helf.)

.anml bird of prey / avis rapax (v. praedatrix) [s.16]; avis praedalis+ [s.16] (Helf.)

.anml blackbird merula (Lev.)

.anml bloodhound / canis sanguinarius [Latham] (HELF.)  ]]  canis ad indagandum (Lev.)

.anml boa boa (Lev.)

.anml brand / stigma, atis n. [Vitr.] (Helf.)

.anml breed / Hunderasse (breed of dog): seminium canīnum [Varro] (Helf.)  ]]  seminium; -ing (plants, animals) fetura (Lev.)

.anml bronco / mannus (Lev.)

.anml buck (deer) / cervus (Lev.)

.anml buffalo (wild) bison; bubalus; (domesticated) bos (Lev.)

.anml bug / Wanze: cimex (Helf.)

.anml bug cimex (Lev.)

.anml bulldog canis molossus (Lev.)

.anml bumblebee apis bombitans (or terrestris (Lev.)

.anml burro asinus (Lev.)

.anml buzzard buteo (LEV.)

.anml camel driver / camelarius+ [Latham] (HELF.)

.anml canary fringilla canaria  (Lev.)

.anml carp cyprinus (Lev.)

.anml carrier pigeon columba vectoria  <columba internuntia> (Lev.)

.anml cat / fel, cattus, catta (CL)

.anml cat / feles, is f.; catta [Alb. II] musio, onis f. [Isid.]; muriceps, cipis+ f. [Latham] (HELF.)

.anml chamaeleon, ontis m. [Plin. N.H.] (Helf.)

.anml chamois (animal) capreolus, rupicapra (Lev.)

.anml chamois / rupicapra [Plin. N.H.]; capra montana [s.18] (Helf.)

.anml cheetah / lycāon, ōnis f. [Th.L.L.]; <"an animal of the wolf kind," LS; "nomen est ferae apud Aethiopas e genere luporum cervice iubata," Forc., quod in "cheetah" competit, excepta luporum mentione> (Helf.)

.anml chimpanzee / satyrus [Plin. N.H.] (Helf.)

.anml chimpanzee satyrus (Lev.)

.anml chipmunk sciurus Americanus (Lev.)

.anml cicada cicada (Lev.)

.anml cloven hoof bisulca ungula (Lev.)

.anml coat (animal) pellis; vellus (Lev.)

.anml cobra / nāia (Helf.)

.anml cobra coluber naia, naia tripudians (Lev.)

.anml cock (rooster) gallus, gallinaceus (Lev.)

.anml cockatoo / psittacus cristatus (Helf.)

.anml cockroach / blatta (Helf.)

.anml cockroach blatta (Lev.)

.anml cocoon globulus, glomus (Lev.)

.anml cod gadus morrhua; asellus (Lev.)

.anml collie canis pastoralis, canis ovium Scoticus (Lev.)

.anml cougar panthera (Lev.)

.anml cougar, mountain lion, puma / pūma* (Helf.)

.anml cow, milk / box lactaria [Varro]; vacca lactaria [s.18] (Helf.)

.anml crab / Meerkrebs: cammarus (marīnus) [Plin. N.H.]; <"a sea-crab, lobster," LS; "homard" (hoc est "lobster"), Benoīt; "genus cancri marini vel fluviatilis," Forc.; "cancer" est autem apud LS "a crab, river-crab, sea-crab"> (Helf.)

.anml crab cancer (Lev.)

.anml crane grus (Lev.)

.anml crawfish, crayfish / Flusskrebs: cancer fluviatilis [s.16] (Helf.)

.anml crawfish, crayfish astacus; (sea) locusta (Lev.)

.anml cricket cicada; gryllus (Lev.)

.anml crocodile / crocodīlus [Cic.] (Helf.)

.anml cruelty to animals / vexatio bestiarum; saevitia in pecudes [s.18] | society for prevention of cruelty to animals, animal protection organization societas animalibus tutandis (Helf.)

.anml crustacean crustatum animal (Lev.)

.anml cub catulus (Lev.)

.anml cuckoo coccyx, cuculus (Lev.)

.anml cur canis nothus; (fig.) nebulo (Lev.)

.anml dachsund / (canis) taxoninus [Marcell.] (Helf.)

.anml dinosaur / dinosaurus* [Bacci] (Helf.)

.anml dinosaur dinosaurus  (Lev.)

.anml Dobermann (dog) / canis Dobermannius (LRL)

.anml doe cerva, dam(m)a 1 (Lev.)

.anml dog tag / lamella canaria [Bauer] (Helf.)

.anml doghouse (canis) cubile (Lev.)

.anml dolphin delphinus, delphin (Lev.)

.anml domestic animal, pet / Haustier: animal domesticum [s.19] (Helf.)

.anml donkey asinus; (little) asellus (Lev.)

.anml dragonfly / libella [s.18]; libellula* (Helf.)

.anml drone (bee) fucus; (sound) bombus, murmur; susurrus (Lev.)

.anml duck-billed platypus / ornithorhynchus* [s.19] (Helf.)

.anml eagle aquila (Lev.)

.anml earthworm / lumbrīcus (terrestris) [s.17] (Helf.)

.anml elk alces (Lev.)

.anml falcon falco, accipiter (Lev.)

.anml fawn (deer) hinnuleus (Lev.)

.anml ferret viverra (Lev.)

.anml firefly, lightning bug, glowworm / cicindźla [Plin. N.H.]; lampyris, idis f. [Plin. N.H.]; noctilūca [Latham; s.17] (Helf.)

.anml fish hatchery / ichthyotrophium (LRL)

.anml fishbone spina piscis (Lev.)

.anml fly (insect) musca (Lev.)

.anml frog rana; (dim) ranunculus (Lev.)

.anml gadfly tabanus, asilus, oestrus; (fig.) vexator (Lev.)

.anml gallop (noun) / Galopp: cursus citatus [Smith, Dictionary, 1870];cursus quadrupes [Apul.]; cursus velox [s.18] -- Karriere: cursus effusus [Sen.]; cursus concitatissimus [Bauer] | (v.) angaloppieren: equum admittere [Liv.] | at gallop equo admisso [Latham] (Helf.)

.anml gills branchiae (Lev.)

.anml giraffe / camelopardus (LRL)

.anml giraffe camelopardalis; camelopardus (Lev.)

.anml gizzard ventriculus avis anterior  (Lev.)

.anml glowworm cicindela, lampyris (Lev.)

.anml gnat culex (Lev.)

.anml goldfinch acalanthis, carduelis (Lev.)

.anml goldfish hippurus (Lev.)

.anml grasshopper gryllus, grillus (Lev.)

.anml grasshopper, locust / Heuschrecke: locusta [s.18] (Helf.)

.anml great tit / Kohlmeise: misinga+ (Helf.)

.anml greyhound vertagus, vertaga  <canis leporarius> (Lev.)

.anml grizzly bear ursus (Lev.)

.anml grouse tetrao (LEV.)

.anml grub vermiculus (Lev.)

.anml guinea pig / mus porcellus [Linnaeus]; cobaia* [s.19]; cavia* [s.19] (Helf.)

.anml guinea pig cavia porcella  (Lev.)

.anml gull (bird) larus, mergus (Lev.)

.anml haddock gadus  (Lev.)

.anml halibut hippoglossus, pleuronectes (Lev.)

.anml hamster / cricźtus (Helf.)

.anml hawk accipiter (Lev.)

.anml hedgehog / erinaceus porcinus [Bauer]; suillus echīnus (Helf.)

.anml hedgehog ericius, erinaceus (Lev.)

.anml heron / ardea [s.18] (Helf.)

.anml heron ardea; ardeola (Lev.)

.anml herring harenga (mdl); clupea harengus  (Lev.)

.anml hibernation / somnus brūmalis [s.18]; sopor hībernus [s.18] | hibernate per hiemem dormire [s.19] (Helf.)

.anml hippopotamus hippopotamus (Lev.)

.anml hoopoe / upupa; epops, epopis (Helf.)

.anml hornet crabro (Lev.)

.anml hound canis venaticus (or venator) (Lev.)

.anml hunting dog, hound / canis venaticus [Bauer; s.v. Meute] (Helf.)

.anml huskie, sled-dog / canis traharius (LRL)

.anml hyena hyaena (Lev.)

.anml insect / insectum [Plin. N.H.]; <bestiola> (Helf.)

.anml insect insectum, bestiola (Lev.)

.anml insecticide / (venźnum) insecticidale*; insecticidium* [Vox Lat.] (Helf.)

.anml insecticide / venenum insectis internecivum (LRL)

.anml intestinal worm / Eingeweidewurm: vermis intestinalis* [s.18]; helmins, inthis n. [Zlotnicki, Lex. Medicum, 1971] (Helf.)

.anml invertebrate / invertebratus*; evertebratus* [s.19] (Helf.)

.anml jackal / thōs (thōis) (LRL)

.anml jackal canis aureus (Lev.)

.anml jackass asinus (Lev.)

.anml jellyfish / urtīca marīna [Plaut.; s.16] (Helf.)

.anml jellyfish pulmo, halipleumon (Lev.)

.anml kangaroo / halmaturus (Alb. I)

.anml kangaroo / halmatūrus*; macropūs, podis*; cangūrus* (Helf.)

.anml kangaroo halmaturus, macropus (Lev.)

.anml kennel cubile, stabulum (Lev.)

.anml kingfisher alcedo (Lev.)

.anml kite (bird) milvus (Lev.)

.anml kitten catulus felinus (Lev.)

.anml laboratory animal / bestiola experimentalis (LRL)

.anml ladybug / coccinella [Eichenseer]; semptempunctata* [Heyse, Fremdwörterbuch, s.19] (Helf.)

.anml lamb agnus ml, agna; (meat) agnina (Lev.)

.anml lamprey murene (Lev.)

.anml lapdog, small dog / catellus; Melitaeus catulus (Helf.)

.anml lark alauda (Lev.)

.anml leash copula, lorum; - vt copulā teneo (Lev.)

.anml leech / sanguisūga [Cels.]; hirūdo, inis f. [s.19] (Helf.)

.anml leech hirudo, sanguisuga (Lev.)

.anml leopard (leo)pardus (Lev.)

.anml lizard lacerta, lacertus (Lev.)

.anml lobster locusta (marina) (Lev.)

.anml locust locusta (Lev.)

.anml louse pediculus (Lev.)

.anml lynx lynx (Lev.)

.anml mackerel scomber (Lev.)

.anml maggot vermiculus (Lev.)

.anml mammal mammalis (Lev.)

.anml mammals / mammalia* n. pl. [s.18] (Helf.)

.anml marl / marga [Plin. N.H.] (Helf.)

.anml marmot / Murmeltier: mus Alpīnus [Plin. N.H.]; mus montanus [s.18] (Helf.)

.anml marmot mus alpinus (Lev.)

.anml marten meles  <martes> (Lev.)

.anml migration / Vogelzug: migratio avium [s.19] (Helf.)

.anml migratory bird, bird of passage / volucris peregrīna [Phaedr.]; volucris advena [Varro] | migration of birds avium migratio [s.19] (Helf.)

.anml millipede / millepeda [s.18] (Helf.)

.anml mite (ent) acarus (Lev.)

.anml moccasin (snake) natrix (Lev.)

.anml mollusk testa, mollia (Lev.)

.anml mollusks / mollusca n. pl. (Helf.)

.anml mongrel hybrida; mistura, - mixtus, (Lev.)

.anml mosquito / culex (icis), cinifes (f. pl.) (CL)

.anml mosquito culex; -net conopeum (Lev.)

.anml mosquito, gnat / Moskito: conōps, conōpis f. [Fulg.]; culex, icis m. -- Mücke, Schnake, Stechmücke: culex, icis m. [s.18] | mosquito net conōpium (v. conopźum); culicare, is n. (Helf.)

.anml moth tinea, blatta 1, papilio (Lev.)

.anml mussel conchylium, mitulus (Lev.)

.anml mustang equiferus (LEV.)

.anml muzzle (snout) rostrum; (halter) capistrum, fiscella; - vi capistro 1; (fig.) vocem contineo, linguam occludo (Lev.)

.anml nightingale luscinia, philomela (Lev.)

.anml orangutan / pongo, onis* <Non ita in casibus flectendum, siquidem zoologi pongides, non pongonides, vocant familiam.  Pongo vocabulum Latinum non est, sed potius vocabulum Anglicum, iamdiu obsoletum, quod zoologii s.19 huic simiae adhibuerunt.> (Helf.)

.anml orangutang simius satyrus (Lev.)

.anml oriole / chlorion, ōnis m.; galbulus (Helf.)

.anml ostrich / struth(i)ocamelus (LRL)

.anml ostrich struthiocamelus (Lev.)

.anml pack (of dogs) / Meute: turba canum [Freire, Conversaēaõ, 1960]; copula canum venaticorum [Bauer] (Helf.)

.anml palfrey / Zelter, Passgänger: asturco (Helf.)

.anml parrot / psittacus (CL)

.anml parrot psittacus; - vt imitor 1 (Lev.)

.anml partridge perdix (Lev.)

.anml peacock / pavo, onis [s.17] | peahen gallīna pavonis [Latham] (HELF.)

.anml pelican onocrotalus (Lev.)

.anml penguin / aptenodytes (LRL)

.anml penguin / speniscus <pinguīnus> (Helf.)

.anml penguin aptenodytes (Lev.)

.anml pest / animal nocivum [s.18] (Helf.)

.anml pet animal domesticum <pecusculum familiare> (Lev.)

.anml pheasant phasianus (Lev.)

.anml pigeon, carrier / columba internuntia [Plin. N.H.]; columba litterigerula [s.17]; columba tabellifera [s.17]; columba tabellaria [s.18] (Helf.)

.anml polecat feles (Lev.)

.anml poodle / canis villosus [Enn.] <sic si nominatur "poodle," quid quaeso audiet "English sheepdog"?> (Helf.)

.anml poodle canis cirratus (Lev.)

.anml porcupine ericius, hystrix (Lev.)

.anml porpoise tursio (Lev.)

.anml pound (for animals) saeptum (Lev.)

.anml primate (ape) /

.anml pug (dog) / Mops: (canis) fricator; mopsus* [s.18] (Helf.)

.anml pug (dog) canis simus (Lev.)

.anml pullet pullastra (Lev.)

.anml purebred, thoroughbred / reinrassig: stirpis puri; seminii puri (Helf.)

.anml python serpens immanis (Lev.)

.anml quadruped, four-legged animal / quadrepes, edis (Helf.)

.anml quail coturnix (Lev.)

.anml rabbit hutch / claperium+ cuniculorum (Helf.)

.anml rat / rattus+ [DuCange; s.17] (Helf.)

.anml rat mus (Lev.)

.anml rattlesnake / serpens crotalus* horridus [s.19]; vipera caudisona* [s.17] (Helf.)

.anml rattlesnake crotalus (Lev.)

.anml rattrap muscipula, prensorium (Lev.)

.anml raven corvus (Lev.)

.anml reindeer / tarandrus [Plin. N.H.]; cervus iugalis [s.16]; rangifer* [s.16]; <reno> (Helf.)

.anml reindeer tarandrus (Lev.)

.anml reptile repens animal (Lev.)

.anml rhinoceros rhinoceros (Lev.)

.anml robin rubecula (Lev.)

.anml rodent rodens; - mus (Lev.)

.anml rook cornix, corvus (Lev.)

.anml roundworm (sort of intestinal worm) / Spulwurm: ascaris, idis f. [Cael. Aur.] (Helf.)

.anml sable / mus silvestris; zibellīna* (Helf.)

.anml sable mustela zibellina (Lev.)

.anml Saint Bernard (dog) / canis Bernardinus (v. Poenius) (LRL)

.anml salamander / salamandra p, [s.17] (Helf.)

.anml salamander salamandra (Lev.)

.anml sea gull larus, gavia (Lev.)

.anml sea horse hippocampus (Lev.)

.anml seal (zoo) vitula marina, phoca (Lev.)

.anml serpent anguis, serpens, coluber (Lev.)

.anml setter (dog) canis venaticus <canis consistens> (Lev.)

.anml shark / pristis, pistrix (icis) (LRL)

.anml shark pristis, squalus (Lev.)

.anml shepherd dog, sheepdog / canis pastoralis (v. pecuarius) [Col.]; canis gregarius [Hor.] (Helf.)

.anml skunk (animal) mephitis, mustela putoria (Lev.)

.anml sloth (animal) bradypus (Lev.)

.anml slug limax (Lev.)

.anml snail / cochlea; domiporta (poet.) [s.17] (Helf.)

.anml snail coclea, limax (Lev.)

.anml snail, escargot / helix pomatia* (Helf.)

.anml snake anguis, serpens (Lev.)

.anml snake bite / morsus viperae [s.17]; morsus viperīnus [s.19] | snake venom venźnum viperīnum [s.19] (Helf.)

.anml spaniel / canis avicularius* [Levine] (Helf.)

.anml spaniel canis avicularius (Lev.)

.anml sparrow hawk falco nisus (Lev.)

.anml sparrow passer (Lev.)

.anml spermaceti / cetaceum*; sperma ceti [s.18] (Helf.)

.anml spider aranea 1; (pan) sartago (Lev.)

.anml spitz, pomeranian (breed of dog) / canis pomeranus [Haas, Handwörterbuch, 1808] (Helf.)

.anml sponge (animal and cleaning pad) / spongi(ol)a (Helf.)

.anml squirrel / sciurus (LRL)

.anml squirrel sciurus (Lev.)

.anml stag cervus; (Lev.)

.anml starling sturnus (Lev.)

.anml stingray pastinaca (Lev.)

.anml stork ciconia, avis candida (Lev.)

.anml sturgeon acipenser (Lev.)

.anml swallow (bird) hirundo (Lev.)

.anml swordfish helops <gladius, xiphus> (Lev.)

.anml tadpole / gyrīnus [Plin. N.H.] (Helf.)

.anml tadpole gyrinus, ranunculus (Lev.)

.anml tamer / domitor ferarum [Sen.]; mansuetarius [Lampr.] (Helf.)

.anml tapeworm (sort of intestinal worm) / Bandwurm: taenia [Cato] (Helf.)

.anml tarantula / tarantula* [s.17] (Helf.)

.anml tarantula aranea tarantula (Lev.)

.anml tentacle cornu (Lev.)

.anml terrier / terrarius [Latham] (HELF.)

.anml terrier canis terrarius (Lev.)

.anml thoroughbred genuinus, generosus, germanus; - equus stirpe genuina (Lev.)

.anml thoroughbred horse / equus generosus [s.19] (Helf.)

.anml tick (blood-sucking insect) / ricinus (Varro, Petronius)

.anml tick (ent) ricinus (Lev.)

.anml tiger tigris (Lev.)

.anml titmouse / Meise: misinga+ [s.10] (Helf.)

.anml titmouse parus (Lev.)

.anml toad bufo (Lev.)

.anml tortoise testudo terrestris | tortoiseshell testudineus (Lev.)

.anml tortoise, turtle / testūdo, inis f. | tortoise shell testudinis dorum; celtium [Plin. N.H.] (Helf.)

.anml tree frog / calamītes, ae f. [Plin. N.H.]; rana viridis parva [Agricola] (Helf.)

.anml trot / (noun) Trab: gradus citatus <idem fere ("cursus citatus") proponitur ab Helfer in "gallop">; succussatio+ [s.18] | (vb) citato gradu ire; tolūtim ire; tripodare [Pelagon.] <"tolutim: on trot, full trot," LS; "au trot," Gaffiot> (Helf.)

.anml trout tructa (Lev.)

.anml trunk (elephant) manus nasuta, proboscis; (Lev.)

.anml turkey / gallopavo, onis* m. (Helf.)

.anml turkey / turkey hen gallopāvo* mas; gallopāvus* | turkey cock gallopāvo* femina; gallopāva* (Helf.)

.anml turkey gallopavo  (Lev.)

.anml turtledove turtur, columba (Lev.)

.anml tusk dens (Lev.)

.anml vulture vultur (Lev.)

.anml wag vt agito, vibro 1; - one's tail caudam detorqueo (Lev.)

.anml walrus odobenus (Lev.)

.anml wasp vespa (Lev.)

.anml watchdog, guard-dog / canis vigilans; canis vigilax [Col.] (Helf.)

.anml weasel mustela (Lev.)

.anml weevil curculio (Lev.)

.anml whale / balaena (LRL); cetus (CL)

.anml whale balaena 1, cetus; -r (person) piscator balaenarum, cetarius; (ship) navis cetaria (Lev.)

.anml whisker (of animals) saeta <vibrissa> (Lev.)

.anml wildcat lynx (Lev.)

.anml wolverine, glutton / gulo, onis [s.16] (Helf.)

.anml woodcock scolopax (Lev.)

.anml woodpecker picus (Lev.)

.anml worm vermis (Lev.)

.anml zebra / zebra*; equus tigrīnus [Eichenseer]; hippotigris, idis* [Eichenseer] (Helf.)

.arab caliph, calif / chalīfa* [s.18] | caliphate  chalifatus, ūs [s.19] (Helf.)

.arab caravansary, caravanserai / deversorium publicum; xenodochīum [s.18] (Helf.)

.arab emir / phylarchus Arabum [Cic.] (Helf.) ]]  Arabum phylarchus, Arabarches (LRL)

.arab emirate / phylarchia* [Latinitas] (Helf.)  ]]  phylarchia (LRL)

.arab fakir / fakīrus+ [DuCange; Bacci] (Helf.)  ]]  fakirus (LRL)

.arab harem, seraglio / gynaecźum (regium) [Pseudo-Lact.; s.18] (Helf.)  ]]  gynaeceum (LRL)  ]]  gynaeceum (Lev.)

.arab hookah, water-pipe / Wasserpfeife: machina fumifera [s.18]; machina fumi ductoria [s.17] (Helf.)  ]]  Arabicum (v. Persicum) infindibulum (v. fumisugium) (LRL)

.arab janissary / miles ianitiarius* [Latinitas]; gianizarus* [s.16]; > (Helf.)  ]]  ianissarius (18th-cent. treaties)

.arab Kaaba / templum Meccanum [s.19] (Helf.)

.arab Koran / corānus+ [DuCange]; alcorānus+ [DuCange; s.18] (Helf.)  ]]  Coranum, Islamismi lex (LRL)  ]]  Alcoranum (Leibniz)

.arab minaret / minarźtum* [Soc. Lat.] (Helf.)  ]]  minaretum, turris meschitae, sacra Mahometanorum turris (LRL)  ]]  turris excelsa (Lev.)  ]]  meschitae pinnaculum

.arab mosque / meschīta+ [Niermeyer; Latinitas] (Helf.)  ]]  meschita (LRL)  ]]  Macometanorum templum (Lev.)

.arab muezzin / muazinus* [Perugini, Dizionario, 1976] (Helf.)

.arab mufti / mufti* indecl. [s.16]; moftius* [s.16] (Helf.)

.arab Muslim, Moslem  subst.  / Mahometanus* [Latham]; Muslimus [Egger] (Helf.)  ]]  Mahometanus, Mahometi sectator, Muslimus (LRL)  ]]  Macometanus (Lev.)

.arab Muslim, Moslem, Islmaic  adj.  / Mahometanus*; Muslimicus*; Islamicus* [Acta Apost. Sedis, s.20] (Helf.) ]]  Macometanus (Lev.)

.arab Muslim: Islam / Islamismus* [Soc. Lat.]; religio (v. fides) Mahometana* (v. Muslimica* v. Islamica*) (Helf.)  ]]  Macometana fides (Lev.)

.arab sultan / sultānus+ [Latham] (HELF.)  ]]  Turcarum imperator (Lev.)

.arab sura (division of Koran) / sura* [s.18]; surata* [s.18] (Helf.)

.arab vizir / vasīrus [s.18]; visirius [s.18] (Helf.)

.arch (elevator) cellula scansoria  (Lev.)

.arch arcade, passageway / Passage: domus transitoria [Suet.]; ianus [Suet.] (Helf.)

.arch architrave / epistylium [Vitr.] (Helf.)

.arch architrave epistylium (Lev.)

.arch balcony / maenium (LRL)

.arch banister / epimedion [C.I.L.] (Helf.)

.arch bar, counter / abacus caupōnius (Helf.)

.arch base (of column) basis; stylobates, stylobata (Lev.)

.arch basement / contignatio (v. receptaculum) subterraneum (LRL); hypogaeum (CL); cella

.arch blueprint operum lineaments luce impressa; (fig.) institutum (Lev.)

.arch buttress erisma f&neu; -es anterides; (fig.) columen; - vt (suf)fulcio 4 (Lev.)

.arch buttress, abutment / Widerlager: fulmentum (Helf.)

.arch capital (arch) capitulum (Lev.)

.arch capital (column) / capitulum [Vitr.]; capitellum [Vulg.] (Helf.)

.arch casement window biforis fenestra (Lev.)

.arch chimney (passage) fumariolum; (above roof) caminus (Lev.)

.arch colonnade porticus; (roofless) xystus (Lev.)

.arch column (arch) columna; (small) columella; (fig) columen (Lev.)

.arch column, pillar / columna [s.17] (Helf.)

.arch coping corona, fastigium (Lev.)

.arch cornerstone lapis angularis; (fig.) fundamentum (Lev.)

.arch cornice corona, sima ; (over doors) hyperthyrum (Lev.)

.arch court (interior) atrium, aula; (exterior) area, cohors | courtyard area, cohors, aula (Lev.)

.arch cupola tholus; (turret) turris carinae (Lev.)

.arch dilapidated / ruinosus (Helf.)

.arch door (revolving) / cochlea, foris versatilis, valva volubilis (LRL)

.arch door / foris, ostium, ianua, valva, limen, postes (m. pl.)

.arch door frame / replum [Vitr.] (Helf.)

.arch door handle / ansa ianuae (aperiendae) [Bauer]; ansa ostii (Helf.)

.arch door knocker / cornīx, īcis f. [Pexenfelder, Apparatus, 1670] (Helf.)

.arch doorbell / tintinnabulum (Alb. I)

.arch elevator / anabathrum (LRL)

.arch elevator / anabathrum; pegma scansorium (Helf.)

.arch elevator / pźgma scansorium [Bacci]; anabathrum [Bacci] (Helf.)

.arch escalator / Fahrtreppe: scalae mobiles -- Rolltreppe: scalae volubilis [Eichenseer]; scalae versatiles [Egger]; scalae automatariae (Helf.)

.arch escalator / scalae versatiles v. volubiles (LRL)

.arch exit, emergency / exitus necessitatis (v. periculi) [Eichenseer] (Helf.)

.arch faēade / Fassade: frons, frontis f.; frontiscipium+ [Latham] (HELF.)

.arch floor (level or story of building) / tabulatum (Alb. I); contignatio (Caesar, Livy)

.arch floor / pavimentum (Alb. I)

.arch floor plan, blueprint / operis descriptio; ideographia* (aedificationis) [Ijsewijn, Companion, 1977] (Helf.)

.arch floor, first (US), ground floor / tabulatum inerius; pedeplāna n. pl. [Cod. Theod.] (Helf.)

.arch floor, ground / pedeplana (n. pl.) (Alb. I)

.arch floor, ground / pedeplana n. pl. [Cod. Theod.] | on the first floor in plano pede [Georges] (Helf.)

.arch flute (arch) stria; canalis; - vt strio 1 | fluting (arch) striatura 1 (Lev.)

.arch fluted (of columns) / striatus [Vitr.] (Helf.)

.arch frame (of door or window) / Einfassung: antepagmentum [Vitr.] (Helf.)

.arch frieze (arch) zoophorus (Lev.)

.arch gable fastigium, columen (Lev.)

.arch gallery porticus, (covered) cryptoporticus (Lev.)

.arch gallery, balcony (in church, theater) / tribūnal, ālis n.; podium [Kirsch] (Helf.)

.arch girder trabs, iugumentum (Lev.)

.arch grating (over window) / foriculae (f. pl.), cancelli (m. pl.), clatri (m. pl.) (LRL)

.arch groove, slot, rabbet, flute / Nute: stria [Vox Lat.] (Helf.)

.arch handrail epimedion (Lev.)

.arch insulate vt materiā imperviā operio (or tego or saepio) | insulator materia impervia (Lev.)

.arch joint / iunctio [Vox Lat.] (Helf.)

.arch joist tignum transversarium (or transversum), trabs (Lev.)

.arch lattice transenna (Lev.)

.arch ledge (arch) proectura (Lev.)

.arch lobby / Foyer: vestibulum (theatri) [Soc. Lat.]; <vestibulum aliud est: "the enclosed space between the entrance of house and the street, forecourt," LS; "locus ante aedium ianuam, inter aedes ipsas et viam relictus," Forc.>; atrium (theatri) [Eichenseer] -- Lobby: lobia+ [DuCange] (Helf.)

.arch lobby vestibulum; - vi&vt ambio, peto (Lev.)

.arch loft tabulatum, cenaculum (Lev.)

.arch look-out tower / turris speculatoria; specula (Helf.)

.arch niche aedicula (Lev.)

.arch nozzle [sic] (vent) foramen, spiramentum, spiraculum <sipho> (Lev.)

.arch panel (door) tympanum; (fretwork) lacunar, abacus; - vt lacuno, laqueo 1; -ed ceiling laquearium, lacunar (Lev.)

.arch paneling / contabulatio (Helf.)

.arch parapet crepido, pluteus, lorica (Lev.)

.arch partition / paries intergerivus (v. medius); dissaeptum [Bacci] (Helf.)

.arch pavillion / papilio [Lampr.] (Helf.)

.arch penthouse / appendicium (Helf.)

.arch plaster / vb gypsare [Col.] (Helf.)

.arch plaster(ing), roughcast / Putz: directio [Vitr.] (Helf.)

.arch platform rostrum, suggestum, mensa, suggestus (Lev.)

.arch prefabricate / praestruere [Latinitas]; praefabricare* | prefab(ricated) / praestructus; praefabricatus* [Latinitas] (Helf.)

.arch pylon porta crassa; (support) columna, columen (Lev.)

.arch rafter trabs 1, tignum (Lev.)

.arch recess (niche) recessus, zotheca (Lev.)

.arch rotunda / tholus [Varro] (Helf.)

.arch rotunda tholus, testudo <aula rotunda> (Lev.)

.arch sash (window frame) cancelli (Lev.)

.arch shaft (arch) scapus <truncus> (Lev.)

.arch shelter (as at bus stop), protective roof / Schutzdach: subgrunda; subgrundium <aliud videtur: "suggrunda, the lower border of roof, the eaves, Varr., Vitr., Dig.; called also suggrundium, Vitr., Plin., and suggrundātio, Vitr.," LS> (Helf.)

.arch shelter, refuge (for hikers in mountains) / (alpicum) deversoriolum [Latinitas]; montana casula [Latinitas] (Helf.)

.arch shingle tegula, scandula (Lev.)

.arch skyscraper / caeliscalpium, supereditae aedes (f. pl.) (LRL)

.arch skyscraper, high-rise building / Hochhaus: domus multorum tabulatorum [Liv.]; domus praealta -- Wolkenkratzer: caeliscalpium*; caelifricium* [Latinitas]; <turris> (Helf.)

.arch stair gradus, scala | staircase, stairway scalae (Lev.)

.arch staircase / graduum series (LRL); scalae (f. pl.) (Alb. I)

.arch stucco tectorium; (white) albarium (Lev.)

.arch stud (upright piece in wall) /

.arch tile (roof) tegula, imbrex; (paving) tessera; - vt tegulis tego; -d tessellatus (Lev.)

.arch trap door / Falltür: ianua decidua (v. caduca) [Kraft, Deutsch-Lat. Lex., s.19] (Helf.)

.arch wainscoting abaci (Lev.)

.arch walls, half-timbered / parietes craticii [Vitr.]; opus craticum (Helf.)

.arch window (at post-office, bank, information office), guichet (Fr.) / portula [Soc. Lat.]; ostiolum [Bacci] (Helf.)

.art aesthetic artifex; elegans; -s doctrina elegantiae (Lev.)

.art arabesque / ornamentum Arabicum [Soc. Lat.] (Helf.)

.art art (esthetic) ars; (skill) ars, artificium; (learning) ars, disciplifia, doctrina; -s and crafts ars pingendi; fine -s artes elegantes et ingenuae (Lev.)

.art art dealer / iconopōla, ae* m.; picturarum venditor (Helf.)

.art art exhibit / Ausstellung: expositio; monstratio [Vox Lat.] (Helf.)

.art art gallery (commercial) / iconopolium* [Bauer] (Helf.)

.art art history / historia artium [s.18] (Helf.)

.art art nouveau / Jugendstil: genus (pingendi) florale ci [Alb. II] genus florale (structurae) [Vox Lat.] (Helf.)

.art background (painting) abscedentia; (obscurity) recessus; (Lev.)

.art base of pedestal (of statue, column) / Sockel: podium (Helf.)

.art bas-relief / caelatura [Sen.]; caelatum opus [Virg.]; prostypum [Plin.] (Helf.)

.art bas-relief anaglypta, caelatum opus, caelamen; (on vessels) toreuma, vasa caelata; (on seals) sigilla (Lev.)

.art brush (paint) / penicillum (LRL)

.art bust (statue of head and upper chest) / herma (LRL)

.art bust (statue) (expressa thorace vultus) imago (Lev.)

.art bust / hemitomum* [Bauer]; imago dimidiata [Bauer] (Helf.)

.art cameo / camaeus+ [DuCange]; camahutus+ [DuCange] (Helf.)

.art cameo ectypa imago (Lev.)

.art canvas (to paint on) textile; (painting) pictura in textili (Lev.)

.art caricature / depravata imitatio [Cic.]; gryllus | caricaturist gryllographus* (Helf.)

.art carve vt (ex)sculpo, insculpo, incido 3; (surface) caelo 1, scalpo 3; (figures) sculptor, fictor; caelator | carving (art) caelatura, scalptura, sculptura; (obiect) caelatura; signum; effigies; opus sculptum; (Lev.)

.art charcoal (crayon for drawing) / carbunculus (LRL)

.art chiaroscuro / claro-obscurus* [Bauer] (Helf.)

.art connoisseur existimator, (homo) peritissimus (or intellegens) (Lev.)

.art copperplate engraving or etching or printing / (abstr.) Kupferdruck: chalcographia* [s.16] | (concr.) Kupferstich: imāgo aeri incīsa [s.19] <Schlegel>; chalcographźma, atis* n.; tabula aźnea [s.17]; figūra aźnea [s.18] | copperplate engraver / Kupferstecher: chalcographus* [s.16]; glyptes, ae* [s.17] (Helf.)

.art curator curator, custos (Lev.)

.art cut glass vitrum caelatum (Lev.)

.art drawing graphis, descriptio; lineamenta; (art) pictura linearis (Lev.)

.art easel / iugum pictorium [Bauer]; pluteus (pictorum) [Heyse, Fremdwörterbuch, s.19]; eculeus pictorius [Pomey, Indiculus, 1688] (Helf.)

.art easel machina (Lev.)

.art elevation (architectural drawing) / delinatio sectionis perpendicularis [Apinus, Glossarium, 1728]; <orthographia, Vitr.> (Helf.)

.art enamel vitrum metallicum; smaltum; - vt vitro metallico induco (Lev.)

.art engrave / gravieren: incīdere; scalpere; graphio exarare [Latinitas] (Helf.)

.art esthetic pulchritudinis studiosus (Lev.)

.art esthetics / aesthetica* [Baumgarten] (Helf.)

.art etching / Radierung: rasio [Soc. Lat.] (Helf.)

.art exhibition / expositio (v. monstratio) artificiorum [Eichenseer] (Helf.)

.art filigree diatreta (Lev.)

.art fine arts artes liberales (Lev.)

.art foreground pars antica; (fig.) locus summus, primae partes; be in the - emineo 2 (Lev.)

.art frame (painting) / in forma includere; margine includere [Latham]; marginare [Plin. N.H.] (Helf.)

.art frame (painting) / regula (quadrata) [Kirsch]; margo, inis m./f. (Helf.)

.art frame (picture) forma <margo> (Lev.)

.art fresco / opus tectorium [Plin. N.H.]; opus udo illitum [Plin. N.H.] (Helf.)

.art fresco tectorium; paint in - udo (tectorio) colores illino (Lev.)

.art gallery (art) / pinacotheca (LRL)

.art gallery (art) pinacotheca (Lev.)

.art glassblower vitrearius (Lev.)

.art grisaille / painted in grisaille leucophaeus [Vox Lat.]; <"ash-colored, dun-colored: pannus, Plin. 32, 10, 38, vellera, Vitr. 8, 3," LS; "λευκόφαιος, whitish grey, ash-colored," LSJ> (Helf.)

.art haut-relief / ectypon, i [Plin. N.H.; s.19]; effigies eminens [Latham] (Helf.)

.art impressionism / impressionismus* [Springhetti, 1951, 1962] | impressionist impressionista, ae* m. [Bauer] (Helf.)

.art landscape (a painting of landscape) / topia (n. pl.), amoenus locus pictus (LRL)

.art landscape painter / pictor topiarius [Bacci] (Helf.)

.art landscape painting (generally) / topiorum pictura (LRL)

.art landscape prospectus; (painting) topia <cf. panorama> (Lev.)

.art lithograph / tabula lithographica* [s.19] | lithography lithographia* [s.18; Levine] | lithographer artifex lithographus* [s.19] (Helf.)

.art lithograph lithographia; imago per incisum lapidem impressa; -er lithographus; -y lithogrica ars (Lev.)

.art masterpiece summum opus <palmarium, scriptio palmaria> (Lev.)

.art medallion insigne magnum, clipeus, emblema (Lev.)

.art miniature parvus, minutus; - parva pictura <miniatura> (Lev.)

.art model (arist's) sessor pictoris (Lev.)

.art mosaic / opus musivum (v. tessellatum) (LRL); musīum, musźum (minor ancient writers)

.art mosaic opus tessellatum  <opus musivum v. musaicum> (Lev.)

.art mural (painting) / pictura parietalis (LRL)

.art mural muralis; - tapete murale (Lev.)

.art museum museum (Lev.)

.art oil paint pigmentum oleo mixtum (Lev.)

.art oil painting / pictūra olearia [Vox Lat.; Pomey, Indiculus, 1688] (Helf.)

.art outline, sketch / sciagraphia* [s.17] (Helf.)

.art paintbrush penicillus (Lev.)

.art painting / tabula (v. tabella) picta (Helf.)

.art painting / tabula picta, pictura

.art palette / orbis pictorius [Kirsch]; quadra chromatica [Bauer]; pugillaris assa [Pomey, Indiculus, 1688] (Helf.)

.art palette tabula pictoris <orbis pictorius> (Lev.)

.art papier-māché / macerata charta [Latinitas] (Helf.)

.art pastel / (drawing or drawing material) xerochrōma, atis* n. [Bauer] | (art of drawing with pastels) xerographia* [Bauer] (Helf.)

.art perspective / perspectiva [Latham; s.16] | (represented or drawn) in perspective perspectivicus+ [Latham]; scenographicus* [s.18] (Helf.)

.art perspective / perspectivische Darstellung: scaenographia [Vitr.] (Helf.)

.art perspective scaenographia; (viewpoint) conspectus animi; in - delineatus pro portione (Lev.)

.art portrait painter / anthropographus p, (Helf.)

.art sculpture, statue / opus (in)sculptum [Bacci] (Helf.)

.art silhouette / adumbratio [Soc. Lat.]; sciagraphia* [Kirsch] (Helf.)

.art silhouette pictura monogramma, adumbratio; -d monogrammus, delineatus, adumbratus (Lev.)

.art sketch (verb) / delineare, adumbrare | (noun) / lineamenta (n. pl.), delineatio, adumbratio, figura

.art sketch adumbratio, forma, lineamenta; (fig.) descriptio; - vt adumbro, designo, delineo 1; (fig.) describo 3 | sketchbook liber descriptionis (Lev.)

.art stained - vitrum tinctum (Lev.)

.art stained glass / (art or making of stained glass) pictura encaustica [Kirsch]; vitri pictura [Georges] | stained glass artist, glass painter, glazier vitripictor* (Helf.)

.art stained glass abaculus (Lev.)

.art steel engraving / chalybographia* (Helf.)

.art studio (of artist) / officina pictoris [Kirsch]; technyphion <Hoc non est veri nominis vocabulum Latinum, sed coniectura editoris cuiusdam in Suet. Tib. 72, 2; quae coniectura non ita veri similis videtur, cum exitus -ufion non loci, sed diminutivi sit signum, ita ut tecnufion, si extaret, significare deberet non "officinam," sed "artem parvam."  Denique si maxime "officinam" significaret, nulla esset causa cur ad pictorum officinas potissimum spectaret.> (Helf.)

.art style / (architectural) structurae (artisque) genus [Acta Apost. Sedis, s.20] (Helf.)

.art tapestry / vela n. pl. [Latinitas]; tapźtum textum [Soc. Lat.] (Helf.)

.art tapestry tapete, aulaeum, stragulum pictum <aulaeum picturatum, Er.; pictura textilis, Cic., Eg.> (Lev.)

.art vermilion minium; - miniatus (Lev.)

.art vignette / emblźma, atis [Bauer]; ornamentum [Bauer] (Helf.)

.art water-color / Aquarell: pictura aquaria [Pomey, Indiculus, 1688] (Helf.)

.art watercolor / imago aquatis coloribus picta, hydatographia (LRL)

.art watercolor / pigmentum aquaticum [Scheller, Lexicon, 1783]; pigmentum (ex) aqua dilutum [Bauer]; hydrochroma, atis [Bauer] (Helf.)

.art watercolor pigmentum aquā mixtum (Lev.)

.art woodcut / imago xylographica* (Helf.)

.art woodcut sculptura in ligno; -ter ligni sculptor <xylographia, imago ligno incisa> (Lev.)

.astr apogee fastigium orbis sideris; (fig.) fastigium (Lev.)

.astr asteroid / asteroides (LRL)

.astr astronomer astrologus; astronomus | astronomical ad sideralem scientiam pertinens; astrodomicus; (fig.) ingens, immensus | astronomy astronomia; numeri pl, sideralis scientia, astrologia (Lev.)

.astr astrophysics / astrophysice, es f. [s.19] (Helf.)

.astr azimuth / azimutum* [s.19] (Helf.)

.astr Big Dipper Ursa Maior; Little Dipper Ursa Minor (Lev.)

.astr Capricorn (ast) capricornus; brumale signum; (sign) capricornus (Lev.)

.astr comet / cometa, stella cincinnata (v. crinita v. comata) (LRL)

.astr comet / stella crinīta [Suet.; s.16]; stella cincinnata; comźtes, ae m. [s.16] | tail of comet cauda comźtae [s.17] (Helf.)

.astr comet cometes, stella crinita (or comans) (Lev.)

.astr constellation / Sternbild: caeli signum; asterismus* [s.18] (Helf.)

.astr crescent (moon) / luna corniculata [Apul.] (Helf.)

.astr eclipse defectus, defectio, eclipsis, labor, deliquium, obscuratio; - vt obscuro 1; (fig.) officio 3; supero 1; (Lev.)

.astr eclipse, solar / obscuratio solis [Vitr.; s.17]; defectus solis [Aur. Vict.; s.18]; eclipsis solis [s.18] (Helf.)

.astr galactic / galaxicus+ [Latham] (HELF.)

.astr galaxy coetus ingens stellarum, ingens sidus; G- galaxias, via lactea (Lev.)

.astr galaxy, Milky Way / Milchstrasse: orbis (v. circulus) lacteus; via lacteus [Ov.; s.17]; galaxias, ae m. [s.17] (Helf.)

.astr half-moon / luna dimidi(at)a (Helf.)

.astr halo / corōna [Sen.]; halōs, ō f. (Helf.)

.astr interplanetary / interplanetaris* [Vox Lat.] (Helf.)

.astr interstellar / intersellaris* [Vox Lat.] (Helf.)

.astr lunar eclipse / lunae defectus; lunae eclipsis [s.17] (Helf.)

.astr meteor / meteoron (LRL)

.astr meteor / meteōrum* [s.16]; aerolithos* [Bacci] (Helf.)

.astr meteorite / Meteorit: stellarum ignītum fragmentum [Latinitas] -- Meteorsteine: baetuli m. p. [Plin. N.H.; s.19]; <"a precious stone, round and of dark color, species of ceraunia, Plin. 37, 9, 51, § 135," LS; idem locus ab Helferio citatus> (Helf.)

.astr meteorite / meteorolithus, aėrolithus, saxus aėrius (LRL)

.astr Milky Way via lactea  (Lev.)

.astr moon / phase of the moon phasis+ lunae [s.18] (Helf.)

.astr moonlight / lumen lunae; lumen lunare (Helf.)

.astr moons of Jupiter / planetae+ circumioviales* [s.17] (Helf.)

.astr nadir / punctum imum (Helf.)

.astr North Star / sepentrio, onis m.; stella polaris [s.16] (Helf.)

.astr observatory (astronomical) / specula astronomica (eccl.)

.astr observatory (astronomical) / specula astronomica [Kirsch]; observatorium* [s.17] (Helf.)

.astr observatory (astronomy) / specula astronomica (LRL)

.astr orbit (noun) / orbita, gyrus, circuitus (LRL)

.astr orbit / orbita (circummundana*) [Eichenseer] (Helf.)

.astr outer space / spatium cosmicum [Egger] (Helf.)

.astr planet / stella errans (v. vaga); planźta [Auson.] (Helf.)

.astr planet stella errans; -ary terrestris (Lev.)

.astr polemical / polemicus+ [Latham] (HELF.)

.astr radiotelescope / radiotelescopium* [Latinitas] (Helf.)

.astr rocket missile, ignis volans (Lev.)

.astr satellite (ast) stella minor (Lev.)

.astr satellite (natural), moon (of another planet) / satelles, itis m./f. [s.18] (Helf.)

.astr shooting star acontiae (Lev.)

.astr shooting star fax volans  (Lev.)

.astr solar system / ordo solaris (LRL)

.astr solar system / systźma solare (Helf.)

.astr space age / aetas cosmica [Vox Lat.] (Helf.)

.astr space shuttle / spatiale vehiculum reciprocum [Vox Lat.] (Helf.)

.astr sunspot / macula solis [s.17]; macula solaris [s.17] (Helf.)

.astr zenith / verticale punctum [Kirsch]; polus horizontis [Kirsch]; zenith* [Kirsch]; caeli vertex [Lucr. 2, 210] (Helf.)

.astr zenith apex caelestis (Lev.)

.astr zodiac orbis signifer (Lev.)

.athl balancing pole / baculus libratorius [s.18]; pertica aequilibrationis (Helf.)

.athl bobsled / sclodia+ gubernabilis [DuCange] (Helf.)

.athl boomerang / missile recellens [Levine]; catźia (Australiana) [Isid.; s.20] (Helf.)

.athl box vi (with fists) pugilor 1; pugnis certo; -er pugil; -ing pugilatus, pugilatio; pugnus in (poet) (Lev.)

.athl boxing glove / caestus, ūs | boxing ring suggestus quadratus [Latinitas]; pugilum palaestra [Bacci] (Helf.)

.athl boxing glove caestus (Lev.)

.athl boy scout / (puer) explorator (Helf.)

.athl boy scout / puer (v. adulescens) explorator (LRL)

.athl breast stroke / natatio prona [Eichenseer] (Helf.)

.athl broad jump, long jump / saltus in longum [Egger] (Helf.)

.athl bull's-eye (hit) scopus medius; score - certo arcu concutio (Lev.)

.athl crawl (swimming stroke) / natatio canīna (v. Indica) [Eichenseer] (Helf.)

.athl cross-country / Waldlauf: cursus silvestris [Eichenseer] (Helf.)

.athl cross-country per agros (or campus) (Lev.)

.athl dive (at pool) / saltus in aquam (Alb. I) | diving board / tabula desultoria (Alb. I)

.athl dive, high / Turmspringen: saltus de turri [Eichenseer] (Helf.)

.athl diver (deep-sea) / (peritus) urinator (LRL)

.athl diver / urinator | (with snorkel or scuba gear) Froschmann: urinator spiraculo munītus [Levine] -- Sporttaucher: urinator lusorius | diving gear apparatus urinatorius* [Eichenseer] | diving goggles perspicillum urinatorium* | diving bell campāna urinatoria* [s.17] (Helf.)

.athl diving / urinandi ars (v. disciplina) (LRL); urinatio (Alb. I)

.athl diving board / suggestus desultorius [Latinitas] (Helf.)

.athl diving gear / apparatus urinatorius (Alb. I)

.athl diving saltus in aquas; - suit apparatus urinatoris (Lev.)

.athl downhill skiing / nartatoria decursio simplex (Alb. I)

.athl fence vi (with foils) rudibus battuo; - r gladiator; armorum peritus | fencing (sport) ars gladiatoria; rudium ludus; - master lanista; - match certamen rudium (or gladiatorium); - school ludus gladiatorius (Lev.)

.athl fencing (or boxing): feint / conatum simulare (Helf.)

.athl fencing ars battuendi [Soc. Lat.] | fencer / battuens, entis m./f. (Helf.)

.athl fencing foil/ dolo bullatus [Latinitas] (Helf.)

.athl fisticuffs (match) pugilatus (Lev.)

.athl frogman urinator spiraculo rnunitus (Lev.)

.athl gliding, hang- / velificatio aėrea (LRL)

.athl gymnastics / ars gymn(ast)ica [s.18]; gymnastice, es* f. [s.19]; (ars) exercitatrix [Quint.]; <hīc solum, dum Platonem interpretatur> (Helf.)

.athl gymnastics / Turnkunst: ars gymnica (v. gymnastica); ars tornaria* [s.19] | gymnist Turner: gymnasticus [Eichenseer] (Helf.)

.athl hike (walk) ambulatio; (distant) iter; - vi (walk) ambulo 1; iter facio; hiking ambulationes (Lev.)

.athl hike, go hiking (in the mountains) / in montana excurrere (LRL); (de)ambulare in montibus (Alb. I)

.athl hiker, mountain-climber / oribates, homo montivagus (LRL)

.athl hoop / trochus [Kirsch] (Helf.)

.athl hurdle (in races) claustra; - vt transilio 4 (Lev.)

.athl ice skates soleae glacie gestandi (Lev.)

.athl jogging, running / cursus pedester (LRL); ambulandi currendique exercitatio (Ciar.)

.athl jogging, running for exercise / Dauerlauf, Jogging: cursus continuus (Helf.)

.athl judo / lucta Iudoica [Eichenseer]; luctatio Iaponica [Soc. Lat.] (Helf.)

.athl karate / lucta caratica* [Eichenseer] (Helf.)

.athl karate / oppugnatio inermis Iaponica (LRL)

.athl kite / draco volans [F. Bacon]; draco volans papyraceus [Kraft, Deutsch-Lat. Lex., s.19]; aquila chartacea [Latinitas] (Helf.)

.athl life jacket / thorax natatorius [Eichenseer] (Helf.)

.athl lifeguard, pool attendant / balnearius; thermarius [CIL] (Helf.)

.athl lifeguard, pool attendant / balneator (LRL); balneorum minister (Ciar.)

.athl marathon / cursus Marathonius [Latinitas] (Helf.)

.athl marathon / Marathonium curriculum, Marathonium certamen cursorium, longissimi cursūs certamen (LRL)

.athl mountain-climbing rope / funis ascensorius (LRL)

.athl mountaineer, mountain-climber, hiker / oribates, ae [Firm.]; alpinista [Soc. Lat.] | mountain-climbing, hiking oribasis, is* f.; montium ascensio | hiking boot calceamentum clavatum [Latinitas] (Helf.)

.athl practice, train / trainieren: exercźre [Soc. Lat.]; exercitare (corpus) [Tac.] (Helf.)

.athl prizefight pugilatus; -r pugil mercenarius (Lev.)

.athl race (contest) cursus, certamen; foot - pedum cursus; horse - equorum cursus (Lev.)

.athl racecourse, racetrack curriculum, stadium, circus (Lev.)

.athl racehorse celes (Lev.)

.athl record (top performance) primatus, summa, palma; break the - supero gradum praestitutum; -breaking primus, superus (Lev.)

.athl relay (race) cursus publici (Lev.)

.athl relay race / antecessorum cursus (LRL)

.athl relay race / cursus alternus [Soc. Lat.]; antecessorum cursus [Latinitas] (Helf.)

.athl rink harena lubrica (or gelida) (Lev.)

.athl rock climber / Kletterer: rupium ascencor [Eichenseer] (Helf.)

.athl rower / remex (LRL)

.athl scuba scaphandra automata, urinatoris apparatus spirandi  (Lev.)

.athl skate (ice) / ferrata solea (LRL) | (verb) soleis ferratis prolabi (LRL)

.athl skate (ice) solea ferrata; (roller) pedirota; - vi (on ice) soleis ferratis super glaciem decurro | skating rink harena ad prolabendum (Lev.)

.athl skate (roller) / pedirota, solea subrotata (LRL) | (verb) pedirotis prolabi (LRL)

.athl skate, ice / calapodium* ferratum [Kirsch]; calceus ferratus [s.18]; crepida ferrea [s.16; Vita Latina]; diabathra* [Kirsch]; patinus+ [DuCange; Eichenseer] | ice-skating patinatio* (Helf.)

.athl skate, roller / (noun) calceus subrotatus [Soc. Lat.]; solea subrotata [Mir, 1970, 1986] | (vb) rotulis (v. rotellis) patinare* | skating pationatio* rotalis [Eichenseer] | skater patinator+ rotalis [Eichenseer] (Helf.)

.athl skating rink / curriculum soleis ferratis prolabentium (LRL); curriculum glaciale (Ciar.)

.athl skating rink / Eisbahn: curriculum glaciale [Eichenseer]; area glacialis [Latham] -- Eisstadion (arena for watching figure skating): stadium glaciale [Latinitas] (Helf.)

.athl skating, figure / patinatio* artificiosa [Eichenseer] | figure skater patinator+ artifex [Eichenseer] (Helf.)

.athl ski / (noun) narta* [DuCange] | (vb) nartare* [Eichenseer] | skiing nartatio* [Eichenseer] | skier nartator* [Latinitas] | skiing equipment (ap)paratus nartatorius* [Eichenseer] | ski lodge casa nartatorum* [Eichenseer] | ski jacket iacca nartatoria* | ski lift anabathrum nartatorium* [Latinitas] (Helf.)

.athl ski / narta (LRL) | (verb) nartis prolabi (v. uti v. descendere) (LRL); nartare (Alb. I)

.athl ski jump / suggestus desultorius [Latinitas] (Helf.)

.athl ski peditraha; - vi prolabor peditrahis (Lev.)

.athl ski slope / curriculum (v. iter) narticum (LRL)

.athl ski, water / narta aquatilis (v. aquatica) [Vox Lat.] (Helf.)

.athl skier / nartator (LRL) | skiing / nartatio (LRL)

.athl skiing, cross-country / nartatorium cursus campester (Alb. I)

.athl slalom / decursio flexuosa [Eichenseer] (Helf.)

.athl snorkel tuba spirandi (Lev.)

.athl somersault saltus cernui; - vi cernuo (Lev.)

.athl springboard petaurum; (fig.) locus procedendi (Lev.)

.athl sprint breve curriculum; - vi breviter curro (Lev.)

.athl stilts grallae (Lev.)

.athl stilts, walking on / incessus grallatorius* [Pexenfelder, Apparatus, 1670]; <hoc vocabulum s.v. "goose-step" quoque vide> (Helf.)

.athl strap on skis / nartas* astringere [Eichenseer] (Helf.)

.athl surf, go surfing / undis superlabi [Eichenseer] | surfing prolapsio super undas [Eichenseer] (Helf.)

.athl surfboard for wind-surfing / tabula velifera (LRL); velitabula (Alb. I)

.athl surfer, wind- / velitabulator (Alb. I)

.athl surfer, wind- / velitabulator* [Eichenseer] | surfboard for wind-surfing / tabula velifera [Eichenseer]; velitabula* (Helf.)

.athl swim meet / certamen natatorium [Eichenseer] (Helf.)

.athl swimming / natatio (LRL)

.athl swimming pool / balneum publicum (subdiale), natabulum, piscina (Alb. I)

.athl swimming pool / natabulum [Apul.]; piscīna [Plin., Ep.]; colymbus [Prud.] (Helf.)

.athl swimming pool piscina, natatorium <natatio, de aula dicitur> (Lev.)

.athl swimming, free-style / lucatio libera [Soc. Lat.]; luctatio exlex [Bacci] (Helf.)

.athl swimming, free-style / natatio libera [Eichenseer] (Helf.)

.athl swimming: back stroke / natatio (re)supīna [Eichenseer] (Helf.)

.athl taikwondo / lucta Coreana (v. Thequondoļca*) <scribitur Coreanice, recepta transcribendi ratione, "t'aekwondo"> (Helf.)

.athl target shooting / iaculatio ad metam [Bauer] (Helf.)

.athl tobogganing / sclodiae (v. stludionis) decursus [Eichenseer] | toboggan run curriculum sclodiale* [Eichenseer] (Helf.)

.athl Tour de France / Circuitio Birotalis* Gallica [Mir, 1970, 1986]; Circuitus Galliae [Latinitas] (Helf.)

.athl trainer, coach / Trainer: exercitor [Eichenseer]; exercitator [Soc. Lat.] (Helf.)

.athl trampoline /

.athl trampoline / desultorium [Mir in P.L.] (Helf.)

.athl trampoline / suggestus desultorius (LRL)

.athl tread water / calcare aquam [Soc. Lat.] (Helf.)

.athl wrestle vi luctor 1; (struggle) obnitor, contendo 3; -r luctator | wrestling luctatio, palaestra; - match luctamen (Lev.)

.bag backpack, rucksack, knapsack / Rucksack: pera; sacciperium dorsuale [Latinitas] -- Tornister: pera (militaris) [Scheller, Lexicon, 1783] (Helf.)  ]]  sacciperium dorsuale [Alb. II]

.bag bag (generally) / crumina, pera, mantica, sinus, marsupium, saccus, averta, hippoperae (f. pl.) (LRL)  ]]  saccus; (leather) uter, culeus; (mesh) reticulum; (money) crumena, marsupium; saccus nummorum; (satchel) cista, vidulus, pera; (handbag) loculus; (suitcase) mantica; - vt (put) in saccum condo (Lev.)

.bag book bag, school satchel / capsula scholastica [Freire, Conversaēaõ, 1960] (Helf.)

.bag briefcase, attaché case / Aktentasche: chartophylacium* [Latinitas] (Helf.)  ]]  thźca [Alb. II]  ]]  capsa (Lev.)

.bag duffel bag / sarcina (Lev.)

.bag money belt / zona (pecuniaria) [s.17] (Helf.)

.bag plastic bag / sacculus (plasticus*) (Helf.)

.bag portfolio / scrinium (Lev.)

.bag purse, handbag, pocketbook / Handtasche: perula manuaria; sacculus manuarius [Soc. Lat.] -- Portemonnaie: marsupium; crumīna (Helf.)  ]]  perula, sacculus, marsupium (LRL)  ]]  handbag: pźrula -- purse: marsūpium, crumīna [Alb. II]  ]]  (purse) crumena, marsupium; follis; (traveling) vidulus, sarcinae (Lev.)

.bag suitcase / Handkoffer: riscus tt, <"a trunk, chest," LS; "cista aut arca reponendis vestibus," Forc.; cf. vidulus) (Helf.)  ]]  vidulus, capsa (Lev.)

.bag wallet, billfold / bulgula (LRL)  ]]  pera, mantica -- billfold: per(ul)a, loculus, sacc(ul)us (Lev.)  ]]  chartotheca (Miraglia)

.ball backhand strike / ictus inversus [Soc. Lat.] (Helf.)

.ball backhanded supina manu pulsus (Lev.)

.ball badminton / ludus pilae pennatae (Badmintonicae) | play badminton pilā pennatā ludere (Helf.)

.ball badminton / pila retis (CL)

.ball ball (game) / lusus pilaris; pilae lusus; pililudus+ [15c] | ball-player lusor, oris; pililudius+ [DuCange] (Helf.)

.ball ball (sphere) globus; (game) pila; (inflated) folli(culu)s; play - pilā ludo (Lev.)

.ball ball-player / sphaerista (LRL); pilicrepus (Seneca)

.ball ballplayer pilae lusor (Lev.)

.ball baseball / basipila, pilae et basium ludus (LRL) | bat (in baseball) / baculus (LRL)

.ball baseball / follis bassus [Soc. Lat.] (Helf.)

.ball baseball lusus pilae clavaeque | baseman custos (stationis) | base (baseball) statio; home - (baseball) summa statio (Lev.)

.ball baseball: bat / fustis; lignum pulsorium* [Eichenseer] (Helf.)

.ball baseball: batter / Schläger: battūtor* [Eichenseer] (Helf.)

.ball baseball: batter, batsman (cricket), stroke (pace-setting rower) / Schlagmann: pulsor* [Eichenseer] (Helf.)

.ball baseball: pitcher, thrower / missor [Cic.]; iaculator (Helf.)

.ball basketball / ludus bascaudarius* [Soc. Lat.] | make a basket  follem per bascaudam iacere [Eichenseer] (Helf.)  ]]  follis bascaudarius (Alb. Imag.) ]]  canistripila, canistrifollis, pilae (v. follis) canistrique ludus (LRL)  ]]  pilae canistrique lusus, follis canistrique lusus (Lev.)  <"Bascauda" nec "canistrum" significasse (potius "ahenum," "pelvim"), nec cognationem etymologicam cum vocabulo Anglico "basket" habet, teste OED.  Hoc apud Forcellinum: "bascauda, ae, f., catinus, conca, vas Anglicum, in quo calices et cacabus lavabantur."  LS soli, inter lexicographos quos consului, "bascaudam" per "basket" reddunt, fisi scilicet etymologiae obsoletae.>

.ball basketball: dribble / Dribbeln: serpentīnus cursus [Latinitas] (Helf.)

.ball bat (sports) clava; -ter (sports) factor (Lev.)

.ball billiards ludus tudicularis; play - pilis impellendis in mensa ludo (Lev.)

.ball billiards, pool / Billiard: ludus trudicularis* [Pomey, Indiculus, 1688]; truchus [s.16]; ludus trusatilis [Bt] | billiard ball globulus eburneus [s.18]; pila eburnea [Kraft, Deutsch-Lat. Lex., s.19] (Helf.)

.ball boomerang missile recellens (Lev.)

.ball boundary line / Aussenlinie: linea externa (campi) [Eichenseer] (Helf.)

.ball bowling / coniludium (Alb. I)

.ball bowling, tenpins, skittles / Bowling: globulatio [Latham] | bowl, go bowling Bowling spielen: globulare [Latham] -- kegeln: conis ludere [s.18] | bowling lane or alley Kegelbahn: conorum aureola [Bauer]; via conaria | bowling ball Bowlingkugel: globulus lusorius [s.17] -- Kugel (gym.): globus ferreus | bowling pin Kegel: conus [s.18] (Helf.)

.ball bowls (game), bocce / pilarum lignearum ludus (LRL)

.ball bowls, boccia, boules, pétanque / Boccia: globi missiles m. pl. [Cognasso] | Boule: globorum ludus [s.18] (Helf.)

.ball catcher / captor [Eichenseer] (Helf.)

.ball catcher, receiver (in ball game) / remissor [Beach, Glossarium, 1967] (Helf.)

.ball catcher, receiver (of ball) / repulsator* [Soc. Lat.]; remissor [Beach, Glossarium, 1967] (Helf.)

.ball club (stick) fustis, clava; (golf) clava (Lev.)

.ball cricket / ludus baculi et pilae [Eichenseer]; lusus criccetius* [Ijsewijn, Companion, 1977; Eichenseer] (Helf.)

.ball croquet / Krocket: malleorum lusus [Freire, Conversaēaõ, 1960] (Helf.)

.ball cue (billiards) / Billiardqueue: tudicula; clava [Pomey, Indiculus, 1688] -- Queue: baculus tudicularis* <perissologia absurda> (Helf.)

.ball cue (sports) clavula lusoria (Lev.)

.ball curling / Curling: Scotorum lusus [Eichenseer] -- Eisstockschiessen: conorum lusus glacialis [Eichenseer] (Helf.)

.ball dribble (sports) repercussus pilae; - vt&vi (sports) pilam repercutio (Lev.)

.ball field, playing / campus (lusorius v. gymnasticus) [Eichenseer] (Helf.)

.ball football (ball) follis, vesica; (game) calcifollis  (Lev.)

.ball football, play / pedifolle ludere (Alb. I)

.ball football: forward (player) / oppugnator [Beach, Glossarium, 1967]; assultor* [Soc. Lat.] (Helf.)

.ball football: goal / porta [Latinitas; Eichenseer] | goal post palus [Latinitas]; postis, is m. [Eichenseer] | goal line linea portaria [Eichenseer] | goal-keeper, goalie portae custos [Latinitas]; portarius [Soc. Lat.]; ianitor | make goal, score touchdown follem per portam iacere [Eichenseer] (Helf.)

.ball football: goal: make goal (in soccer) / follem in portam ingerere (LRL)

.ball football: goalkeeper, goalie (in soccer) / ianitor, portarius (Alb. I)

.ball football: half / first half (before half-time) tempus primum | second half tempus secundum <alterum> (Helf.)

.ball football: pass / Abspiel: pilae transmissio (Helf.)

.ball football: penalty kick or shot / iactus poenalis [Eichenseer] (Helf.)

.ball football: player / pedisphaerista (LRL); pedilusor (LAT.)

.ball football: rugby / follis ovati ludus (LRL)

.ball football: rugby / ovatae pilae lusus [Latinitas]; harpastum [Mart. 4, 19, 6] (Helf.)

.ball football: soccer / (ball) pedifollis, is* m. [Eichenseer] | (game) pedifollium* [Mir, 1970, 1986]; pedipiludium* [Latham] | play soccer pedifolle* ludere | soccer field campus pedifollii [Eichenseer] | soccer stadium stadion pedifollii [Eichenseer] | soccer player lusor pedifollis [Eichenseer];; pilicrepus [Sen.; Bacci] (Helf.)

.ball football: soccer / pediludium, follis pedisque ludus (LRL); pedifollium (Alb. I); pilae coriaceae ludus (Ciar.)

.ball football: soccer field / campus pediludarius (LRL)

.ball golf / pilamalleus* [Vox Urbis] [Vox Lat.] | golfer pillamalleator* [Soc. Lat.] | golf course campus pillamallei* [Eichenseer] (Helf.)

.ball golf / pilamalleus, pilae et mallei ludus, follis fustisque ludus (LRL)

.ball golf caddie / baiulus malleorum [Soc. Lat.] (Helf.)

.ball golf cart / carrulus malleorum (Helf.)

.ball golf club / clava [Beach, Glossarium, 1967] (Helf.)

.ball golf course hole / scrobiculus [Col.] (Helf.)

.ball golf green / area viridis [Beach, Glossarium, 1967] (Helf.)

.ball golf, miniature / pillamelleus* minutus [Eichenseer] (Helf.)

.ball golf: driver / clava agitatoria [Beach, Glossarium, 1967] (Helf.)

.ball golf: wood / clava lignea [Beach, Glossarium, 1967] (Helf.)

.ball handball / (ball) manufollis, is* m. [Eichenseer]; follis manuarius | (game) manufollium* [Eichenseer] | play handball manufolle* ludere [Eichenseer] | handball player lusor manufollis* [Eichenseer]; <apud nos saltem "handball" luditur non folle inflato, sed pila parva e cummi facta> (Helf.)

.ball handball / Hallenhandball: manufollium* [Eichenseer] (Helf.)

.ball handball harpastum <pila palmaris (v. manualis)> (Lev.)

.ball hockey / pilamalleus (LRL)

.ball hockey lusus orbiculorum agendorum (Lev.)

.ball hockey puck / discus [Eichenseer] (Helf.)

.ball hockey stick / malleus repandus [Eichenseer]; scipio, onis m. [Eichenseer] (Helf.)

.ball hockey, field / alsulegia pratensis [Eichenseer] (Helf.)

.ball hockey, field / alsulegia* [s.17]; pilae ludus hoccźius* [Soc. Lat.] | field hockey ball pila alsulegia | field hockey player / alsuelgiarius* [Soc. Lat.] | hockey stick rhabdos repanda [Eichenseer] (Helf.)

.ball hockey, ice / alsulegia* glacialis [Soc. Lat.] | ice hockey player alsulegiarius* lusionis glacialis [Eichenseer] (Helf.)

.ball inning pilae vices (Lev.)

.ball jai alai, pelota / (pilae) lusus vasconicus; pelōta+ [Latham] (HELF.)

.ball jai alai, pelota / ludus pilae Vasconicae (LRL)

.ball ping-pong / ludus pilae mensalis (LRL)

.ball ping-pong, table tennis / tenisia* mensalis [Eichenseer] (Helf.)

.ball polo / alsulegia* equestris [Soc. Lat.] (Helf.)

.ball polo, water / ludus follis aquatilis [Latinitas]; folliludium aquatile [Eichenseer] (Helf.)

.ball punt (kick) ictus follis ex pede (Lev.)

.ball punt, kick-off, tee-off, serve / Abschlag: missus (Helf.)

.ball quoit discus; play at -s disco ludo (Lev.)

.ball racket (tennis) reticulatus (Lev.)

.ball serve (in tennis, ball game) / Aufschlag: deiectus [Eichenseer] | server / Aufschläger: missor [Beach, Glossarium, 1967] (Helf.)

.ball server (in ball game) / missor [Beach, Glossarium, 1967] (Helf.)

.ball shuttlecock pennata pila (Lev.)

.ball sideline / linea lateralis [Eichenseer] (Helf.)

.ball team captain / ductor manipuli (ludicri) [Soc. Lat.]; lusorum dux [Latinitas] (Helf.)

.ball tennis / manubriati reticuli ludus (LRL); teniludium (Alb. I)

.ball tennis / teniludium* [Eichenseer]; teniludus* [Latham]; tenisia* [Latham] | tennis ball pila tenisiae* ei, | tennis court teniludii* campus [Eichenseer]; tenisiae* campus | tennis player teniludius* [Latham] | tennis tournament certamen tenisiae* <ludus palmarius (pro "jeu de paume," apud Maigne, Erasmum); ludus reticularius> (Helf.)

.ball tennis court sphaeristerium (Lev.)

.ball tennis ludus manubriati reticuli; - court sphaeristerium; play - manubriato reticulo (ac pilā) ludo (Lev.)

.ball tennis, indoor / teniludium* aulare; tenisia* aularis [Eichenseer] (Helf.)

.ball tennis, lawn / taeniludium* pratense [Eichenseer] (Helf.)

.ball tennis: doubles / ludus bis binorum [Eichenseer] | women's doubles (tennis) / ludus bis binarum mulierum [Eichenseer] | mixed doubles ludus mixtus bis binorum [Eichenseer] (Helf.)

.ball tennis: singles / ludus singularis [Soc. Lat.] (Helf.)

.ball time out / diludium [Hor.] | ask for time out diludium poscere (Helf.)

.ball volleyball / follis volaticus [Eichenseer] (Helf.)

.ball whistle (as signal in sports) / fistula signalis | final whistle sibilus finalis [Eichenseer] (Helf.)

.ball wicket portula (Lev.)

.bank bank (money) argentaria, argentaria tabema (or mensa), publica mensa; (pool) thesaurus, apotheca; - account argentaria ratio, ratio cum argentario; - vi (money) apud argentarium pecunias depono (or colloco); pecuniam apud mensam publicam occupo; - on (colloquial) (con)fido 3, fidem habeo, nitor; -ing argentaria, (argentaria) negotiatio (Lev.)

.bank bank / (taberna) argentaria | banker mensarius; argentarius | bank account computus mensarius (Helf.)

.bank bank / argentaria, mensa nummularia (LRL); taberna argentaria (CL)

.bank bank account / pecuniae cumulatae depositio, pecunia fructuosa (v. frugifera), pecunia fenus comparans, pecunia apud mensam deposita <ratio, Andreau>

.bank bank statement / rationes breviariae; extractus, ūs (Helf.)

.bank bank, piggy / Sparbüchse: theca nummaria; capsula thesauraria [Bauer] -- Sparschwein: capselle fictilis [s.17] (Helf.)

.bank bankbook, passbook (for savings account) / libellus comparsorum (Helf.)

.bank banker / argentarius, nummularius, mensarius, trapezita (LRL)

.bank banking house mensa argentaria (Lev.)

.bank compound interest anatocismus, renovatio; (Lev.)

.bank deposit (bank) pecuniae depositae; (safe-keeping) depositum; (earnest) arr(h)a; (pledge) pignus;; vt (bank) depono; (pledge) arr(h)aboni (or pignus) (Lev.)

.bank deposit / vb referre in; tradere; servandum dare [s.19] | (noun) relatio (in computum) [Vox Lat.] (Helf.)

.bank deposit or invest / anlegen: deponere, collocare [s.v. Geld] (Helf.)

.bank draft, draught (comm.) nomen (Lev.)

.bank endorse / girieren: pecuniam alicui perscribere [Scheller, Lexicon, 1783]; syngrapham inscribere [Kraft, Deutsch-Lat. Lex., s.19]; indorsare+ [DuCange] -- indossieren: recipere nomine adscripto [Heyse, Fremdwörterbuch, s.19]; indorsare+ [Latham] | Indossament (endorsement): opistograhum [Ulp.; s.17]; indorsatum* [s.18]; indorsamentum+ [Latham; s.18] | endorsee indorsatarius* [s.18] (Helf.)

.bank financial institution / institutum monetale [s.20] (Helf.)

.bank indorse vt (sign) subscribe 3, chirographum inscribo (Lev.)

.bank safe / arca nummaria (loricata) [Latinitas]; armarium nummarium [Soc. Lat.] (Helf.)

.bank safe-deposit box loculi (Lev.)

.bank safety deposit box, safe or vault (of bank) / Depot: depositorium (syngrapharum) [Eichenseer] (Helf.)

.bank save (money) / pecuniam condere; comparcere [Tert.]; parcere (Helf.)

.bank savings account / Sparguthaben: pecunia comparsa; depositum comparsorum -- Sparkonto: computus conditorius (pecuniae reservandae) [Eichenseer] (Helf.)

.bank savings and loan, savings bank / provehendae parsimoniae argentaria (LRL); argentaria peculis asservandis (Ciar.)

.bank savings bank / aerarium comparsorum [Soc. Lat.] (Helf.)

.bank savings bank argentaria taberna (Lev.)

.bank teller, cashier / Kassierer: arcarius [Dig.]; actor summarum [Suet.] (Helf.)

.bank time deposit / pecunia in tempus data (Helf.)

.bathr writ tissue paper papyrus fragilis (Lev.)

.bch bathing lavatio; - beach acta ad nandum idonea, litus ad nandum idoneum; - suit vestis natatoria (Lev.)

.bch beach / Badestrand: litus balneare -- Strand: litus, oris n.; acta [Cic.] (Helf.)

.bch beach litus; acta; - vt in terram subduco | beach­comber (person) erro or cessator in litore; (wave) fluctus ad litus volutus (Lev.)

.bch lifeguard praetorium nantium (Lev.)

.bch strand (beach) litus, ora <harenae litoris> (Lev.)

.bch sun oneself  me insolo, apricor | sunbath apricatio | sunburned adustus, incoctus (Lev.)

.bch sun: enjoy the sun, lay in the sun / apricari

.bch sun-bathing / apricatio [Cic.]; excoquendi sole corporis cura [Sen.]; solatio [Cass. Fel.] (Helf.)

.bch sunburn / erythźma* solare [Zlotnicki, Lex. Medicum, 1971] | sunburned sole correptus [Plin. N.H.]; solatus [Plin. N.H.] (Helf.)

.bch sunscreen / Sonnenschutzcreme: cerōma solare (Helf.)

.bch suntan oil / Sonnenöl: oleum solare (Helf.)

.bch suntanned fuscus ex apricatione <coloratus, adustus> (Lev.)

.bch tan (get tan) / sole infuscari (Ciar.)

.bch tan vt (the skin) coloro; vi coloror; - (skin) adustus color, corpus coloratum (Lev.)

.bch tanned / coloratus [Manil.]; adustioris coloris [Liv.]; sole infectus [Stat.]; fuscatus | get tan colorari sole [Sen.]; sole infuscari [Latinitas]; colorem ducere [Erasmus] (Helf.)

.bch ultraviolet rays / radii ultraviolacei (m. pl.) (LRL)

.bio amphibian / amphibius+ [Latham]; terrenus aquatilisque [Levine] (Helf.)

.bio atavism indoles ingeniumque ab atavis traditum | atavistic ad ingenium priscum reditus (Lev.)

.bio bacteria / bacterium* [Soc. Lat.] (Helf.)

.bio bacteria bacteria  | bacteriology bacteriologia  (Lev.)

.bio biogenetics / biogenetica (Helf.)

.bio biological ad animantium scientiam pertinens; (of living matter) ad animantium naturam pertinens; biologicus  | biologist animantium scientiae doctus, biologus  | biology animantium scientia, biologia (Lev.)

.bio biologist / biologus | biological biologicus (Helf.)

.bio biology, marine / thalassobiologia* [Bacci] | marine biologist biologus* maritimus; thalassobiologus* (Helf.)

.bio biology, micro- / microbiologia* [s.19; Acta Apost. Sedis, s.20] | microbiologist microbiologus* [Latinitas] | microbiological microbiologicus* 2[s.9] (Helf.)

.bio biosphere / biosphaera* [Acta Apost. Sedis, s.20] (Helf.)

.bio botanical / herbarius; botanicus* [s.17] (Helf.)

.bio botanical herbarium, ad herbariam pertinens | botanist herbarium | botany herbaria (ars) (Lev.)

.bio breeding, selective / selectio (generatoria) (Helf.)

.bio cell / cellula (LRL)

.bio cell / cellula [s.19] | cell tissue tela cellulosa* [s.18]; tela cellularis* [s.19]; contextus cellulosus* [s.18; s.19] (Helf.)

.bio cell / cellula somatica* [Vox Lat.] (Helf.)

.bio cell fusion / cytogamia* (Helf.)

.bio cellular / cellularis [s.18] (Helf.)

.bio celluloid / celluloīda* [Soc. Lat.] (Helf.)

.bio cellulose / cellulosa* membrana; cellulosa* [Soc. Lat.] (Helf.)

.bio chlorophyl / chlorophyllum* [s.20] (Helf.)

.bio chlorophyl chlorophylla  (Lev.)

.bio chromosome chromosōma, atis* n. [Perugini, Dizionario, 1976] (Helf.)

.bio chrysalis chrysallis; (silkworm) bombylis (Lev.)

.bio clone / (noun) clōn, clōnis m. [Vox Lat.] | (vb) clonizare [Vox Lat.] (Helf.)

.bio conditioned reflex reflexus condicionalis [Zlotnicki, Lex. Medicum, 1971]; reflexus condicionatus [s.20] (Helf.)

.bio cross (breeds) / (com)miscźri | cross-breeding, inter-breeding hybridisatio*; confusio specierum [s.18] (Helf.)

.bio Darwinism / Darvinii theoria; Darvinismus [Donat] (Helf.)

.bio dissect / incīdere; dissecare; (in)seccare [s.18] (Helf.)

.bio enzyme / enzymum* [Vox Lat.] (Helf.)

.bio enzyme enzyma (nea) (Lev.)

.bio eugenics / eugenicus* | eugenics eugenīa [Zlotnicki, Lex. Medicum, 1971] (Helf.)

.bio eugenics scientia melioris procreationis, eugenia  (Lev.)

.bio evolution (biol) (Darviniana) animantium per gradus mutatio; evolutio  (Lev.)

.bio evolution / evolutio (phylogenetica) [Vox Lat.] | theory of evolution theoria evolutionis; doctrina evolutionalis* [Donat]; evolutionismus* [Bauer] (Helf.)

.bio evolution, theory or doctrine of / descendentiae+ doctrina [s.19]; phylogenetica* [Vaczy, Lex. Bot. Polyglottum, 1980] (Helf.)

.bio fiber (plant, animal) fibra; capillamenturn; (fabric, fig) filum | fibrous capillatus <definitio tradita "fibrae" fortasse falsa videtur, André> (Lev.)

.bio food chain / catena alimentaria [Vox Lat.] (Helf.)

.bio gamete / Sexualzelle: cellula sexualis; gįmeta* [Vox Lat.] (Helf.)

.bio gene / gen (indecl.), genum (LRL)

.bio gene / genum* [Vox Lat.] (Helf.)

.bio genetic / geneticus*  [s.19] | genetics genetica* (doctrina) [Bacci]; genetice, es f. [Latinitas] (Helf.)

.bio genetics scientia genetiva; genetica (doctrina)   (Lev.)

.bio genus / nomen genericum* [Linnaeus] (Helf.)

.bio gonads / glandulae genitales [Zlotnicki, Lex. Medicum, 1971]; glandulae germinales*; gonadae* f. pl. [s.20] (Helf.)

.bio habitat / Lebensraum: biochōr, ōris m. [Vaczy, Lex. Bot. Polyglottum, 1980] -- Standort (Habitat): habitatio (Helf.)

.bio hibernate vi (of animals) hieme condor, hieme gravi somno premor | hibernation veternus (Lev.)

.bio hormone hormon  (Lev.)

.bio meiosis / meiōsis, is f. (Helf.)

.bio membrane / membrana [s.19] (Helf.)

.bio metabolism / metabolismus* [Soc. Lat.] (Helf.)

.bio molecular biology / biologia* molecularis* [Vox Lat.] (Helf.)

.bio molecule / moleculua* [Gassendi; Vox Lat.] | molecular molecularis* [s.19] (Helf.)

.bio nucleus of cell / nucleus cellularis* [Vox Lat.] (Helf.)

.bio organic / animalis; compositus; cohaerens; concinnus [Bacci]; organicus [Chalc.] (Helf.)

.bio ornithology / ornithologia* [s.16] (Helf.)

.bio parthenogensis / parthenogensis, is f. [s.19] (Helf.)

.bio phylogenetic (dealing with origin and evolution of race of plants or animals) / phylogeneticus* [Vox Lat.] (Helf.)

.bio pollen pollen, floris semen | pollinate vt pollen transfero 3, semino (Lev.)

.bio pollination / pollinatio [Vaczy, Lex. Bot. Polyglottum, 1980] (Helf.)

.bio protozoan / Urtierchen: protozoon* [Vox Lat.] (Helf.)

.bio radiocarbon dating / computatio (aetatis) radiocarbonica* (Helf.)

.bio recessive / recessivus va* (Helf.)

.bio recessive recidivus; (genetics) latens, iners (Lev.)

.bio reproduction / procreatio [Vox Lat.]; progeneratio [Vox Lat.] (Helf.)

.bio reproduction, propagation / procreatio; progeneratio; propagatio (Helf.)

.bio sperm cell / spermatozoīdum* [Zlotnicki, Lex. Medicum, 1971]; animalculum spermaticum [s.18] (Helf.)

.bio stamen caulis semina ferens (Lev.)

.bio variety (of plant) / cultivarietas*; cultivar, aris* n. (Helf.)

.bio viviparous viviparus (Lev.)

.bio vivisection / vivorum sectio [s.17]; viventis sectio [Bacci]; vivisectio [Zlotnicki, Lex. Medicum, 1971] (Helf.)

.bio zoology / zōologia* [s.17] | zoological zōologicus* [s.17] (Helf.)

.bio zoology descriptio animantium; zoologia  (Lev.)

.bio zygote / zygōta [Vaczy, Lex. Bot. Polyglottum, 1980] (Helf.)

.bldg aerate vt perflo I-, ventilo 1 aeration ventilatio (Lev.)

.bldg air-conditioning (machine) instrumentum aėri temperando (LRL) | (result) aėr temperatus

.bldg air-conditioning / instrumentum aeri temperando [Latinitas]; temperaculum aerium | air-conditioned temperatus [Bacci] (Helf.)

.bldg air-conditioning frigoris inclusio; air-condition vt frigorem includo (Lev.)

.bldg airing perflatus, ventilatio; (walk) (de)ambulatio; (fig.) praedicatio, prolatio; (Lev.)

.bldg arcade porticus, Iani (Lev.)

.bldg booth (stall) taberna, casa; (voting) saeptum (Lev.)

.bldg conference hall, meeting room / senaculum [Fest.]; tractatorium [Sidon.]; synedrium [Arnob.] (Helf.)

.bldg elevator (car) pegma; (grain) horreum (Lev.)

.bldg fan (electric) / apparatus ventilationis, ventigenum instrumentum (LRL)

.bldg gas heating / calefactio gasalis* [Pal. Lat.] (Helf.)

.bldg gas main / ductus gasalis* [Eichenseer]; ductus gasi* [Egger] (Helf.)

.bldg gas meter / gasometrum* [Freire, Conversaēaõ, 1960] (Helf.)

.bldg hall (building) basilica; curia; (Lev.)

.bldg heat, central / calefactio centralis (Alb. I)

.bldg heater focus; (for an apartment) caminus; -ing calefactio (Lev.)

.bldg heating (machine) / instrumentum calorificum, apparatus calorificus (LRL) | (result) calefactio (Alb. I)

.bldg heating, radiator / calefactio aquaria (Alb. I)

.bldg heating, radiator / calefactio aquaria [Eichenseer] (Helf.)

.bldg janitor / atriensis [Th.L.L.] (Helf.)

.bldg lightning conductor or rod / apagōgus fulminis [Haas, Handwörterbuch, 1808]; radius apagogicus [Bauer]; lamina anticeraunia [Bauer]; alexiceraunon; fulminivorum [Mir, 1970, 1986]; conductor fulminis [s.18] (Helf.)

.bldg radiator radiator (Lev.)

.bldg rattrap (dilapidated structure) gurgustium, hospitium vile (Lev.)

.bldg skyscraper aedes editissima (Lev.)

.bldg stove fornax, caminus (Lev.)

.bldg tent tentorium, tabernaculum (Lev.)

.bldg turnstile / Schlagbaum: repagulum [Amm.] (Helf.)

.bldg turnstile porta volubilis <saeptum versatile, Leaverett> (Lev.)

.bldg ventilate / ventilare [Varro] | ventilation / ventilatio | ventilator / ventilabrum; ventilatorium [DuCange] (Helf.)

.bldg ventilatio / ventilatio [Plin.] (Helf.)

.bldg waiting room (in train station) / oecus profectionem praestolantium, oecus profiscentium (LRL)

.bldg waiting room / oecus (profectionem) praestolantium (v. exspectantium) [Egger]; oecus praestolationis; oecus praestolatorius* [Eichenseer] (Helf.)

.bldg waiting room / oecus (v. conclave) expectantium (LRL)

.bldg waiting room vestibulum, procoeton (Lev.)

.bldg warehouse apotheca, horreum, thesaurus (Lev.)

.bmb air raid / incursio aėronautica (LRL)

.bmb bomb / bomba* [Apinus, Glossarium, 1728; Vox Lat.] (Helf.)  ]]  pyrobolus, missile ignivomum, (ignei) globi dirumpentes (v. displodentes) (m. pl.) (LRL)  ]]  missile ignivomum dirumpens (or displodens or diruens), globus igneus dirumpens (Lev.)

.bmb bomb shelter / bellorum latebra; tectum contra missilia dirumpentia (Lev.)

.bmb bomb, bombard  (verb) / tormentis verbero (or oppugno or quatio or peto); missilibus dirumpentibus verbero (or percutio or concutio); - vi missilia dirumpentia mitto (Lev.)

.bmb bombardier / ballistarius aėrius (Lev.)

.bmb bomber (airplane) / aeroplanum* bombiferum* [Vox Lat.]; bomboplanum [Vox Lat.] (Helf.)  ]]  aėronavis pyroballistaria (v. pyrobolaria) (LRL)  ]]  aeria navis ad missilia dirumpentia mittendas (Lev.)

.bmb bombing / aerius coniectus [Levine] (Helf.)  ]]  aerius coniectus -- bombardment: oppugnatio tormentorum (Lev.)

.bmb grenade, shell, hand-grenade / Granade: granata [DuCange; Mir, 1970, 1986; Wolff]; pyrobolus* [s.18] -- Handgranade: pyrobolus* manualis [Latinitas]; granata manualis [s.18]; granata manuaria [Soc. Lat.] (Helf.)  ]]  pyrobolus manualis (LRL)  ]]  falarica (Lev.)

.bmb incendiary bomb / bomba* incendiaria [Soc. Lat.] (Helf.)  ]]   pyrobolus incendarius (LRL)

.bmb mine, land-mine / globus ignivomus subterraneus (v. subaquaneus) (LRL)

.bmb missile, projectile / missile (dirumpens); proiectile, is* n. [Latham; Newton] | cruise missile   missile automatum (Helf.)  ]]  missile (LRL)

.bmb Molotov cocktail / laguncula Molotoviana (LRL)

.bmb nuclear bomb, atom(ic) bomb / bomba* atomica+ [Soc. Lat.] (Helf.)  ]]  pyrobolus atomicus (LRL)  ]]  pyrobolum atomicum, globus atomicus (Lev.)

.bmb nuclear fallout / imber corporum atomorum aestuantium (Lev.)

.bmb nuclear war / bellum nucleare* (v. atomicum+) (Helf.)

.bmb nuclear weapons / arma nuclearia* (v. atomica+) (Helf.)  ]]  arma atomica (n. pl.) (Ciar.)

.bmb nuclear: conventional weapons / arma usitata (n. pl.) (Ciar.)

.bmb nuclear: hydrogen bomb / bomba* hydrogenica* [Vox Lat.] (Helf.)  ]]  pyrobolum ab hydrogeno, atomicum ab hydrogenio pyrobolum (Lev.)

.bmb nuclear: mushroom cloud / pinus atomica [Vox Lat.] (Helf.)

.bmb smoke bomb / globus fumifucus [Vox Lat.]; globulus fumificus [Egger] (Helf.)  ]]  pyrobolus fumificus (LRL)

.boat anchorage / statio navalis [Bauer] (Helf.)

.boat bail out (naut) sentinam exhaurio, aquam e navicula egero (Lev.)

.boat ballast saburra; - vt saburro 1 (Lev.)

.boat battleship navis longa (Lev.)

.boat beacon / signum monitorium [Apinus, Glossarium, 1728] (Helf.)

.boat berth (anchorage) statio; (bunk) lectus (position) munus, statio suspensus (Lev.)

.boat berth, moorings / statio navalis [Bauer] (Helf.)

.boat boat (small) scapha, linter, navicula; carina (poet); navigium; cymba; - race certamen navicularum (or nauticum); -ing gestatio naviculā (Lev.)

.boat boat / navis, navigium, scapha, cymba, lembus

.boat boat, pedal- / scapha pedalicia* [Eichenseer] (Helf.)

.boat boat, small / navicula, navigiolum (LRL)

.boat boat-house (where boats are stored) / casa scapharia (v. barcaria) [Eichenseer] (Helf.)

.boat boathouse receptaculum (or tugurium) navicularium (Lev.)

.boat breakwater, mole / moles (fluctibus opposita) [Latham] (Helf.)

.boat bridge (naut) puppis [sic] (Lev.)

.boat buoy (mark) signum innatans ad navium cursus signandos; (life belt) ratis scirpea; -ancy levitas; vis innatandi (or supernatandi or sustinendi); (fig.) hilaritas, lascivia; -ant (corpora innatantia) sustinens; levis; (fig.) hilaris (Lev.)

.boat buoy / signum monitorium [Apinus, Glossarium, 1728] (Helf.)

.boat cabin (naut) cubiculum (Lev.)

.boat canoe scapha, cymbula; - vi scapham impello; go -ing scapha gestor (Lev.)

.boat canoe, dug-out / Einbaum: linter monxyla [Plin. N.H.]; alveus -- Kanu: caudica [Gell.]; lembus caudiceus [Auson.] (Helf.)

.boat captain (naut) magister (or praefectus) navis, nauarchus (Lev.)

.boat captain, skipper / Kapitän: magister navis [s.17]; capitaneus (Helf.)

.boat cargo ship (navis) oneraria (Lev.)

.boat castaway (naut) naufragus (Lev.)

.boat catamaran / scapha Indica [Apinus, Glossarium, 1728]; linter geminis alveis suffulta [Latinitas]; navis bialveata* (Helf.)

.boat clipper (naut) celox (Lev.)

.boat coaster (ship) navis oraria (Lev.)

.boat compass (magnetic) / nautica pyxis (idis), acus magnetica nautica (LRL)

.boat crew (naut) remiges, nautae, remigium (Lev.)

.boat crew / manipulus (Helf.)

.boat crow's-nest specula navis (Lev.)

.boat cruise / circumvectio navalis (LRL)

.boat cruise ship / navis oras (maris) circumvectans (LRL)

.boat cruise vi (per)vagor 1; (circum)vehor 3; (naut) navigo 1; (pleasure) gestor 1; vectura, (pleasure) gestatio; (naut) navigatio 1; -r (mil.) navis longa; (pleasure) lusoria; (person) gestator (Lev.)

.boat cutter (naut) celox; lembus; (Lev.)

.boat deck (naut) pons, stega; (partial) constratum navis; (Lev.)

.boat deck (ship) / stega [Plaut.]; supernum navis constratum [Bacci]; coperta superior [s.13] (Helf.)

.boat deck / constratum (navis) [Petr.] (Helf.)

.boat deck, lower / constratum inferius; coperta inferior (Helf.)

.boat dinghy scapha, cymba (Lev.)

.boat dinghy, rubber / cumba inflabilis (v. inflatilis) [Eichenseer] (Helf.)

.boat dock (naut) navalia; dry - siccum navale | dockyard navalia, textrinum (Lev.)

.boat dock, dry / Trockendock: siccum navale [Levine] (Helf.)

.boat downstream / secundo flumine (Helf.)

.boat ferry boat / navis traiectoria, navigium traiecticium (LRL)

.boat ferry boat / ponto, onis m. [s.18]; navis traiectoria [Th.L.L.] (Helf.)

.boat ferry traiectus; - vt traicio, trans- veho 3 | ferryboat cymba, scapha, ponto | ferryman portitor (Lev.)

.boat flagship navis praetoria (Lev.)

.boat float (cork) cortex; (raft) ratis; schedia; (life belt) scirpea ratis (Lev.)

.boat forecastle prior pars navis, prora (Lev.)

.boat galley  navis actuaria; (two rows) biremis; (three rows) triremis 1; - slave remex servus (Lev.)

.boat gangplank pons (Lev.)

.boat gondola / cymbula, navis cubiculata (LRL)

.boat gondola scapha, navicula praelonga (Lev.)

.boat gunboat lembus (Lev.)

.boat helm gubernaculum, clavus | helmsman gubernator (Lev.)

.boat houseboat thalamegus (Lev.)

.boat hovercraft / Luftkissenboot: scapha (automaria) Hōveriana <quasi ab Herberto Hoover repperta>  <"aerodeslizador" hispanice> (Helf.)

.boat hull / alveus [Liv.]; corpus navis [Latham] (HELF.)

.boat hydrofoil / aliscapha* [Vox Lat.]; <cf. aliscafo (It.); apud Eg., "aligera scapha"> (Helf.)

.boat hydroplane hydroplanum; navis volatilis aquatilisque (Lev.)

.boat junk / navis Sinica; iuncus* [s.16] (Helf.)

.boat landing craft scaphae longarum navium militibus complendae (Lev.)

.boat life buoy, life belt / Rettungsring: orbis auxiliarius (Helf.)

.boat life preserver cortices pl, scirpea ratis (Lev.)

.boat lifeboat navicula ad servandum, cymbula (Lev.)

.boat lifeboat, life raft / scapha auxiliaria; scapha salvifica [Vox Lat.] (Helf.)

.boat liner (ship) navis longa, navis (longa) instructa ornataque (Lev.)

.boat lock (in canal), sluice / saeptum [Ulp.]; exclūsa; cataracta [Plin., Ep.; s.17] (Helf.)

.boat man-of-war navis longa (Lev.)

.boat marina statio (or portus) lusoriarum (Lev.)

.boat mate, ship's / operarius nauticus [Haas, Handwörterbuch, 1808] (Helf.)

.boat merchant marine naves onerariae (Lev.)

.boat motorboat / automatarium navigium [Latinitas]; automatria linter [Latinitas]; scapha motoria [Levine]; actuariola automataria [Egger]; automatria scapha (v. cumba) [Eichenseer] (Helf.)

.boat motorboat / cymba automataria, navigium automatarium (LRL)

.boat motorboat scapha motoria (Lev.)

.boat motorboat, speedboat / navis velox (Helf.)

.boat navigation (as skill or area of knowledge) / disciplīna navalis [Cic.]; ars nautica [s.18]; scientia navalis [Euler] (Helf.)

.boat packet boat navis tabellaria (Lev.)

.boat paddle / remus bipalis* [Soc. Lat.] | paddleboat linter bipalis* [Soc. Lat.] (Helf.)

.boat paddle remus levis, remulus; - vt remis impello, remigo 1; (call) verbero 1 (Lev.)

.boat periscope / periscopium* [Latinitas] (Helf.)

.boat pilot / Lotse: dux maris perītus [Georges]; gubernio localis [Eichenseer] (Helf.)

.boat porthole fenestra navis (Lev.)

.boat punt (boat) scapha, cymba (Lev.)

.boat quarterdeck puppis superior (Lev.)

.boat raft ratis (Lev.)

.boat regatta / certamen cursūs velifici [Bacci] (Helf.)

.boat regatta / navium certamen [Latinitas]; certamen navigatorium [Soc. Lat.] (Helf.)

.boat regatta cursus navium (Lev.)

.boat rowboat / navicula scalmorum; cumba remigera* [Eichenseer] (Helf.)

.boat rowboat scapha, cymba, linter (Lev.)

.boat rowing / athletismus* remigatorius [Soc. Lat.] (Helf.)

.boat rubber dinghy, life-raft / cummea scapha, scapha inflatilis (LRL)

.boat rudder gubernaculum  (Lev.)

.boat sail (vb) navigare; velivolare+ [Latham]; velificari | strike the sails / vela summittere [s.17] (Helf.)

.boat sail velum, carbasa, lintea; - vi navigo 1, vela facto; (set out to sea) vela do (or solvo); (move smoothly) leniter labor; - vt navigo, guberno 1; -ing navigatio; navis cursus (Lev.)

.boat sail: topsail / siparum [Sen.] (Helf.)

.boat sailboat / scapha (v. cumba) velifera [Eichenseer] (Helf.)

.boat sailboat / scapha velifera (LRL)

.boat sailing (sport) / velificatio; velificium [Hyg.] (Helf.)

.boat sailing ship / navis velivola [Enn.]; navis velifera [Vox Lat.] (Helf.)

.boat schooner actuarium navigium (Lev.)

.boat seasick nauseabundus; be - nauseo 1; -ness nausea (Lev.)

.boat ship owner / dominus navis; exercitor navis [s.17]; navicularius [Cic.] (Helf.)

.boat ship owner navicularius      (Lev.)

.boat ship, cargo / (navis) oneraria, navis mercatoria (LRL)

.boat ship, passenger / navis epibatica [Eichenseer] (Helf.)

.boat ship-building / architectura navalis [s.18] (Helf.)

.boat shipwreck / navis fracta [s.19] (Helf.)

.boat shipyard navalia  (Lev.)

.boat skiff scapha, cymba, phaselus (Lev.)

.boat sloop lembus (LEV.)

.boat sluice obiectaculum, catarracta (Lev.)

.boat speedboat navis velox (Lev.)

.boat starboard / dextrum (navigii) latus [Apinus, Glossarium, 1728] (Helf.)

.boat starboard dextra navis (Lev.)

.boat steamboat / Dampfboot: pyroscapha* -- Dampfer: navis vaporaria [Soc. Lat.] (Helf.)

.boat steamboat navis vapore acta (Lev.)

.boat steerage viscera navis (Lev.)

.boat stowaway vector clandestinus (Lev.)

.boat submarine / navis subaquanea [Bacci]; navis submarina+ [Soc. Lat.] (Helf.)

.boat submarine / navis subaquanea, navigium subaquaneum (LRL)

.boat submarine navis submarina  (Lev.)

.boat tack (naut) antenna (Lev.)

.boat tanker, oil (ship) / navis olearia; navis petrolearia* [Springhetti, 1951, 1962] (Helf.)

.boat tonnage / amphorātum* [Avellanus] (Helf.)

.boat towpath / semita nautarum [s.18] (Helf.)

.boat tug remulcum | tugboat scapha tractoria (Lev.)

.boat tugboat / navis remulcans [Bacci] (Helf.)

.boat tugboat / tractoria navis [Latinitas]; navis remulcans [Bacci]; scapha tractoria [Levine] (Helf.)

.boat upstream / adverso flumine (Helf.)

.boat warship navis longa (Lev.)

.boat yacht / lembus (lusorius) [Egger] | (racing) celōx, ōcis m./f. (Helf.)

.boat yacht celox, lusoria (Lev.)

.boat yard (naut) antenna (Lev.)

.body Achilles tendon / tendo* Achillis [s.18]; tendo* calcaneus+ (Achillis) (Helf.)

.body Adam's apple / pomum Adami [s.19]; prominentia laryngea+ [Zlotnicki, Lex. Medicum, 1971]; nodus gutturis (Helf.)

.body adrenalin / adrźnalīnum* [Bacci] (Helf.)

.body ambidextrous aequimanus, ambidexter (Lev.)

.body aorta grandis vena cordis, arteria praecipua (Lev.)

.body appendix appendix; (anat) appendix coli (Lev.)

.body appendix, caecum / (intestinum) caecum [Cels.] (Helf.)

.body aquiline nose / nasus aduncus [Ter.]; aquilinus nasus [Pexenfelder, Apparatus, 1670] (Helf.)

.body arch, fallen (of foot) / pes planus [Zlotnicki, Lex. Medicum, 1971] (Helf.)

.body artery arteria | arterial ad arterias pertinens (Lev.)

.body biceps lacertus (Lev.)

.body birthmark / genetiva nota [Suet.]; naevus (maternus) [s.17] (Helf.)

.body birthmark genetiva nota, naevus (Lev.)

.body bladder / vesīca urinaria* [s.18] (Helf.)

.body blood - donor sanguinis donator; - plasma umor sanguinis; - poisoning veneficium sanguinis; - pressure pressura sanguinis; - stream fluxus sanguinis; - vessel vena 1; arteria (Lev.)

.body blood vessel / vas sangineum [s.18]; vas sanguiferum [s.18] (Helf.)

.body bloodshot sanguine suffusus (or suffectus) (Lev.)

.body bone marrow / medulla ossium [s.19] (Helf.)

.body breastbone, sternum / sternum+ [DuCange]; furcula [Latham; s.19] (Helf.)

.body bronchial arteriacus; - tubes arteriae (asperae); bronchia | bronchitis spiritūs meatuum inflammatio, arteriae asperae inflammatio (Lev.)

.body bust (bosom) pectus (Lev.)

.body cartilage / cartilāgo, inis f. [Cels.; s.18] (Helf.)

.body cartilage cartilage (Lev.)

.body cheekbone / os mandibulae [s.18]; os zygomaticum* [Zlotnicki, Lex. Medicum, 1971] (Helf.)

.body chin: double-chin / submentum [Gloss.]; duplex mentum (Helf.)

.body cleft palate / Wolfsrachen: rictus lupīnus; palatum fissum [Zlotnicki, Lex. Medicum, 1971] (Helf.)

.body clippings resegmina (Lev.)

.body clitoris / clitoris, idis* f.; crista [Juv.] (Helf.)

.body collarbone / iugulum; clavicula* [s.17] (Helf.)

.body collarbone iugulum (Lev.)

.body colon (anat) colon, colum (Lev.)

.body corn (feet) callus; clavus (Lev.)

.body cornea / (tunica) cornea [s.16]; pnnus oculorum [s.19] (Helf.)

.body coronary arteries arteriae corde tractae (Lev.)

.body cranial ad calvariam pertinens | cranium calvaria (Lev.)

.body cross-legged poplitibus alternis genibus impositis [sic] (Lev.)

.body crotch bifurcum, furca (Lev.)

.body crow's-foot (eye) rugae oculi (Lev.)

.body cutaneous ad cutem pertinens (Lev.)

.body dandruff furfur capitis, porrigo (Lev.)

.body diaphragm / transversum saeptum [Cels.]; diaphragma [s.17; s.19] (Helf.)

.body diaphragm praecordia; saeptum (transversum), diaphragms (Lev.)

.body dimple / lacuna parva (v. modica); laculla [Apul.; Varro]; fossula [Cat.; Cels.]; gelasinus (caused by laughter) [Alb. II] (Helf.)

.body dimple lacuna; (cheek) gelasinus (Lev.)

.body ear wax / aurium sordes; cerūmen, inis n. [s.17] (Helf.)

.body eardrum / tympanum; membrāna tympani [s.18] (Helf.)

.body erection (of penis) / erectio penis [s.19] (Helf.)

.body esophagus gula, guttur <stomachus> (Lev.)

.body estrogen / oestrogenum* [Bacci] (Helf.)

.body Eustachian tube / tuba auditiva+ [Zlotnicki, Lex. Medicum, 1971]; tuba Eustachii [s.19] (Helf.)

.body eye socket / orbita [s.12] (Helf.)

.body eye: iris / iris, idis f. [s.19] (Helf.)

.body eye: retina / retina (Lev.)

.body eye: retina / tunica retiformis* [s.17]; (tunica) retīna+ [Latham] | detachment of retina ablatio retīnae+ [Zlotnicki, Lex. Medicum, 1971] (Helf.)

.body eyeball / oculi pōmum [s.17]; bulbus ocularis (v. oculi) [s.19] (Helf.)

.body eyeball pupula, pupilla [sic] (Lev.)

.body eyebrow supercilium (Lev.)

.body eyelash palpebrarum pilus; -es palpebrae (Lev.)

.body eyelid palpebra, cilium (Lev.)

.body facial expression / vultus, ūs; ōs, ōris n.; physiognomia* [s.17] (Helf.)

.body fang (canine) dens (caninus or rapax); (snake) dens venenatus (Lev.)

.body finger / little finger (digitus) auricularis [Isid.]; (digitus) minimus | middle finger digitus medius; digitus impudīcus [Alb. II] digitus medicus [Latham] | ring finger digitus anularis [Isid.]; digitus medicinalis | fingertip digitus extrźmus [Scheller, Lexicon, 1783] (Helf.)

.body finger digitus; little - minimus digitus, digitulus; middle - medius (or infamis or impudicus) digitus; ring - minimo proximus (or medicinalis) digitus; - vt tango 3, (per)tracto, attrecto 1 (Lev.)

.body finger, index / (digitus) index; digitus salutaris [Suet.]; digitus gustator [Hier.] (Helf.)

.body fingernail clipping / resegmina unguium [Plin. N.H.] (Helf.)

.body fingernail unguis (Lev.)

.body flick crepitus; (of the finger) talitrum (Lev.)

.body foot: instep / mons pedis [s.18] (Helf.)

.body forearm bracchium (Lev.)

.body forefinger index, digitus index (or salutaris) (Lev.)

.body foreleg crus prius (Lev.)

.body freckle / ephźlis, idis f. [Cels.] (Helf.)

.body freckle lentigo, lenticula; -d lentiginosus, sparsus (Lev.)

.body gall bilis; - bladder fel (Lev.)

.body gall bladder / fel, fellis n.; vesīca fellea [Zlotnicki, Lex. Medicum, 1971] (Helf.)

.body gastric juice / sucus gastricus [s.18]; liquor gastricus [s.17] (Helf.)

.body genitals / Genitalien: genitalia n. pl. [s.19] -- Geschlechtsteile: partes naturales (v. genitales); naturalia (loca); genitalia (loca v. membra) [Georges] | male genitals virilia n. p. | female genitals naturalia muliebria [s.17]; (genetalia) muliebria [s.19] (Helf.)

.body gesture / gestus, ūs; gesticulatio [s.18] (Helf.)

.body gland / glandule [s.19] (Helf.)

.body gland glandium; -ular glandulosus (Lev.)

.body groin inguen (Lev.)

.body gum (of mouth) gingiva (Lev.)

.body ham (of man) poples (Lev.)

.body hamstring poplitis nervus (Lev.)

.body hand / folded or joined or interlocked hands manūs iunctae [eccl.]; digiti pectinātim inter se implexi [Plin. N.H.] (Helf.)

.body harelip / labium leporīnum [s.17]; chiloschisis, is f. [Zlotnicki, Lex. Medicum, 1971] (Helf.)

.body haunch clunis; (hip) coxa 1 (Lev.)

.body hermaphrodite / hermaphrodītus [Plin. N.H.; s.17]; androgynus; masculofemina [Iren.] homo neutrius generis (Helf.)

.body hiccup, hiccough singultus; - vi singultio 4, singulto 1 (Lev.)

.body hip coxa, coxendix (Lev.)

.body hormone / hormōnum*; hormōn, ontis* n. (Helf.)

.body hymen / hymen, inis m. [s.18] (Helf.)

.body instep pars pedis superior (Lev.)

.body intestinal intestinus | intestine intestinum; small - intestinum tenue; large - intestinum crassius (or maius); -s intestina; (animal) hillae (Lev.)

.body jaw, lower / maxilla inferior [s.17]; mandibula [Tert.; Zlotnicki, Lex. Medicum, 1971] (Helf.)

.body joint (bone) articulus, artus, cornmissura; (plant) nodus; (mech) compages, commissura; - communis, coniunctus, consociatus (Lev.)

.body knee genu; on one's -s nixus genibus | kneecap patella, genuum orbis (Lev.)

.body knee-deep / genūtenus* [Kirsch] (Helf.)

.body knock-knees / crūra vāra [s.19] | knock-kneed / compernis [Fest.]; vārus [Plaut.] (Helf.)

.body lap gremium, sinus (Lev.)

.body larynx guttur (Lev.)

.body left-handed sinistrā manu agilior; (done) sinistrā manu factus (Lev.)

.body ligament ligamen, ligamentum (Lev.)

.body liver iecur (Lev.)

.body lobe lacinia <fibra> (Lev.)

.body lung pulmo (Lev.)

.body lymph lympha, umor; -atic lymphaceus (Lev.)

.body lymph node or gland / lymphonōdus* [Latinitas] (Helf.)

.body lymphatic vessel / vas lymphaticus [s.17] (Helf.)

.body marrow medulla (Lev.)

.body membrane membrana (Lev.)

.body midget] pygmy nanus, pumilio; (fig.) salaputium, homo (Lev.)

.body mucous membrane / membrāna pituitaria; tunica mucosa (Helf.)

.body muscle nervus, lacertus; (strength) robur, lacertus, torus | muscular lacertosus, robustus, nervosus, torosus (Lev.)

.body nasal septum / imbrex narium [Arnob.]; internāsum [Latham]; saeptum narium [s.18] (Helf.)

.body nervous system / nervi m. pl.; systźma nervosum [s.17] (Helf.)

.body nervous system sensūs  (Lev.)

.body nose, wipe / nares emungeres; se emungere (Helf.)

.body nose, wrinkle or turn up / nares contrahere [Erasmus]; nares corrugare [Hor.]; nasum crispare [Kirsch] (Helf.)

.body optic nerve / nervus opticus* [s.15] (Helf.)

.body organ (biol) membrum, viscera pl, pars (Lev.)

.body ovary / ovarium [s.17] (Helf.)

.body palate, soft, velum / velum palatīnum* [s.19] (Helf.)

.body palm palmus, vola (Lev.)

.body pancreas / pancreas, atis* n. [s.17] (Helf.)

.body pelvis / pelvis, is f. (Helf.)

.body penis / penis, is m. [s.19]; pars virilis; mentula [Cat.; s.18] (Helf.)

.body pepsin / pepsīnum* (Helf.)

.body pharynx fauces pl, gula (Lev.)

.body physique, build / corporis figūra [Cic.] (Helf.)

.body pigmentation color; pigmentum (Lev.)

.body pimple furunculus, papula, pus(t)illa | pimply pus(t)ulosus (Lev.)

.body pore / (cutis) fistula; porus [Ambr.; s.18] (Helf.)

.body prostate gland / prostata* [s.19] (Helf.)

.body pubic hair / pecten, inis [Juv.] | male public hair filix, icis f. | female pubic hair gynaecomystax* [s.17] (Helf.)

.body pupil (anat) pupula (Lev.)

.body reproductive organs / organa generationi inservientia [s.17] (Helf.)

.body respiratory tract / Atemwege: spirandi meatus [Plin. N.H.]; viae respirationis (Helf.)

.body scalp / (noun) cutis capitis [Levine] | (vb) caput deglubere [Levine] (Helf.)

.body serum serum (Lev.)

.body shank crus (Lev.)

.body shin tibia | sbinbone tibia (Lev.)

.body shoulder umerus, scapulae; (animal) armus (Lev.)

.body skeleton / ossa n. pl.; sceletus [Apul.; s.18] (Helf.)

.body skeleton sceletus (Lev.)

.body skull / cranium+ [s.v. Schädelbruch] <calvaria> (Helf.)

.body solar plexus / plexus solaris (Helf.)

.body sole planta, solum (pedis) (Lev.)

.body spinal column / spina dorsi [Aug.; s.19]; columna (v. spina) vertebralis [s.19] (Helf.)

.body spinal cord / medulla dors(u)alis; medulla spinalis [Macr.] [s.19] (Helf.)

.body spleen / lien, źnis m. [s.19]; splen, enis m. (Helf.)

.body spleen lien, splen (Lev.)

.body stomach stomachus <ventriculus>; (belly) venter, alvus (Lev.)

.body stool (med) faex (Lev.)

.body tendon nervus (LEV.)

.body thyroid gland / glandula thyreoīdea [s.17] (Helf.)

.body toe digitus; big - pollex (Lev.)

.body tongue, tip of / prima lingua; acies linguae; linguae apex [Springhetti, 1951, 1962] (Helf.)

.body tonsils tonsillae  (Lev.)

.body umbilical cord / nervus umbilicaris tt, funiculus umbilicaris [s.18] (Helf.)

.body umbilical cord umbilicus, nervus umbilicaris (Lev.)

.body umblilical umbilicatus; - cord umbilicus (Lev.)

.body underarm hair / pili subalares (Helf.)

.body underarm odor / alaram sudor; tragus; caper (Helf.)

.body upper jaw / maxilla superior [Amm.; s.19] (Helf.)

.body urea / urea* [s.19] (Helf.)

.body uvula / ūva; columella; ūvula+ [Latham] (Helf.)

.body valve (anat) spiramentum (Lev.)

.body vein vena (Lev.)

.body ventricle cordis ventriculus (Lev.)

.body vertebra vertebra; -te animal vertebratum (Lev.)

.body vocal cords / chordae vocales; ligamenta vocalia (Helf.)

.body waist (anat) medium corpus; (garment) subucula (Lev.)

.body waist / cinctus, i m. <scribendum erat "cinctus, ūs"; hanc significationem solus Gaffiot innuit: "ceinture (partie du corps) [Fulg. Myth. 3, 7]"> (Helf.)

.body waistline zona, cingulum (Lev.)

.body wart / verruca (Helf.)

.body wart verruca (Lev.)

.body windpipe / Kehle: arteria aspera [Cic.] (Helf.)

.body windpipe arteria (Lev.)

.body wrist prima palmae pars (Lev.)

.body1 blood plasma / umor sanguinis [Levine] (Helf.)

.body1 blood serum / serum sanguinis [s.17] (Helf.)

.body1 glycogen / glycogenium* [s.19] (Helf.)

.body1 hemoglobin / haemoglobīnum* [s.19] (Helf.)

.body1 hormone / hormo (onis) (LRL); hormonium (Ciar.)

.book album album; libellus (Lev.)

.book atlas / atlas, atlantis m. [s.18] (Helf.)

.book best seller liber venditione praecellentissimus (Lev.)

.book bestseller / liber venditione praecellentissimus [Levine]; liber plurimum divenditus [Egger] (Helf.)

.book bibliography (list) index librorum; (study) scientia librorum (Lev.)

.book bibliography / index librorum (et commentariorum) [Latinitas]; index bibliographicus [Latinitas]; bibilographia [s.17] (Helf.)

.book bind (book) / glutinare (Alb. I)

.book binding (books) use libros tegumentis munio (Lev.)

.book biography / vita; biographia* | biographer vitae (alicuius) scriptor; biographus+ [DuCange; s.18] (Helf.)

.book book review / Buchbesprechung: existimatio libri [Vox Lat.]; recensio (v. censura) libri [Springhetti, 1951, 1962]; recensus libri [s.17] -- Rezension: censura (libri); existimatio [Latinitas]; aestimatio (libri) (Helf.)

.book book review iudicium, libri censura (Lev.)

.book bookbinder / bibliopega (Alb. I)

.book bookbinder / glutinator [Lucil.]; ligator+ librorum [Latham]; bibliopegus* [s.16]; compactor librorum [Latham; s.16] | bound book liber compactus [s.18] | binding ligatura libri [Kirsch] (Helf.)

.book bookbinder glutinator (Lev.)

.book booklet libellus (Lev.)

.book bookmark / discerniculum [Pexenfelder, Apparatus, 1670]; offendix [Kirsch]; signaculum [Tert.] (Helf.)

.book bookmark taenia paginarum index (Lev.)

.book bookseller librarius, bibliopola, librorum venditor (Lev.)

.book bookshop, bookstore (taberna) libraria (Lev.)

.book bookstore / (taberna) libraria [Gell.]; bibliopolium+ [Hum. Lovaniensia, ex a. 1968] (Helf.)

.book bookstore / (taberna) libraria, bibliopolium (LRL)

.book brochure libellus (Lev.)

.book brochure, pamphlet / libellus; opusculum (Helf.)

.book censorship / censura (librorum) [Ov. Rem. 362]; censoria librorum disciplina [s.18] (Helf.)

.book chapter (book) caput (Lev.)

.book chapter / caput, itis n.; capitulum (Helf.)

.book cloth-bound (book) / lino (con)tectus [Eichenseer] (Helf.)

.book column (print) caput (Lev.)

.book comic book, comic strip / picta historiola* [Latinitas]; libellus pictographicus (v. scaenographicus) [Springhetti, 1951, 1962] (Helf.)

.book content, table of -s argumentum libri, res de quibus liber scriptus est, quod in libro continetur (Lev.)

.book copyright / ius auctorum [s.20] (Helf.)

.book copyright / ius proprietatis librariae (LRL)

.book copyright / privilegium impressorium* [s.18] (Helf.)

.book cover / libri tegmen (v. tegumentum) [Pomey, Indiculus, 1688] (Helf.)

.book cross-reference indicium translatum; (Lev.)

.book dedication (of book) / nuncupatio [Pl. praef. 8]; dedicatio [s.18] (Helf.)

.book dust jack manuale (Lev.)

.book dust jacket manuale [sic] (Lev.)

.book edit / redigieren: moderari [Soc. Lat.] | editing (of book or article) Redaktion: redactio [Soc. Lat.]; confectio; conscriptio [Latinitas] -- Schriftleitung: consilium commentariis moderandis [Latinitas] (Helf.)

.book edition (of book) / editio | the third edition  (liber) tertiis curis recognitus [s.18] | critical edition  emendatissima libri editio [Latinitas] (Helf.)

.book editor / Redacteur: moderator -- Schrifleiter: moderator [Soc. Lat.]; redactor* [Soc. Lat.] (Helf.)

.book editorial staff / consilium commentariis moderandis; moderatio [Soc. Lat.] (Helf.)

.book encyclop(a)edia orbis doctrinae, pandectes, pandecta (Lev.)

.book encyclopedia / encyclopaedia+ [DuCange] (Helf.)

.book facsimile / descriptio imagoque litterarum [Cic.]; isographia; fac-simile [Bauer] (Helf.)

.book facsimile edition / photomechanische Ausgabe: opus phototypice* expressum [Latinitas] (Helf.)

.book first edition / editio princeps (Helf.)

.book footnote / adnotatio (imae paginae) [Eichenseer] (Helf.)

.book footnote annotatio, nota (Lev.)

.book freedom of the press / rei librariae libertas (LRL)

.book handbook libellus, manuale (Lev.)

.book handbook, small book, manual / manuale, is n. [Paul. Dig.]; <enchiridion [Dig.]> (Helf.)

.book have printed, send to press / prelo subicere; typis mandare [s.16] (Helf.)

.book illustrate (draw) delineo 1; (picture) in tabulis depingo | illustration (picture) tabula, pictura  | illustrator tabularum pictor (Lev.)

.book illustrate / pictas effigies addere [Georges] (Helf.)

.book in folio / semissibus foliis [Pomey, Indiculus, 1688]; formā maximā (Helf.)

.book index of prohibited books / index librorum prohibitorum; index expurgatorius+ [s.16; Latham] (Helf.)

.book introduction (book) prooemium, exordium, praefatio (Lev.)

.book large octavo / (liber) formae octavae maioris [Heyse, Fremdwörterbuch, s.19] (Helf.)

.book leaflet, handbill, flyer, pamphlet / Faltblatt: folium plicatile [Eichenseer] -- Flugblatt: volitans folium [Acta Apost. Sedis, s.20] -- Flugschrift: libellus volans [s.20] (Helf.)

.book leaflet, pamphlet / schedula (v. libellulus) volitans (LRL)

.book leather-bound / corio (con)tectus [Eichenseer] (Helf.)

.book manual libellus, enchiridion, liber manualis (Lev.)

.book manuscript scriptum, volumen, liber, codex (Lev.)

.book marginal note / verba margini adscripta [Georges]; nota marginalis+ [s.17] (Helf.)

.book mass media / instrumenta communicationis socialis (n. pl.) (LRL)

.book microfiche / microchartula* (Helf.)

.book microfilm / micropellicula* (Helf.)

.book microfilm taenia minutissma membranacea (Lev.)

.book miscellany, collection of miscellaneous writings / stromata n. pl. [Hier.]; miscellanea n. pl. [Tert.] (Helf.)

.book misprint erratum impressum; error typographicus  (Lev.)

.book monograph scriptum de uno capite (Lev.)

.book on the back of the page / verso folio [Georges] (Helf.)

.book page proof, galley proof / Druckfahne: plagula -- Fahnenabzug: typorum exemplum [Bacci] -- Korrekturfahne: plagula (de prelo emandande) [Georges] (Helf.)

.book page, at bottom of / in infima (v. ima) pagina; in infimo paginae margine; in paginae calce (Helf.)

.book pagination / paginarum numeratio [Springhetti, 1951, 1962] (Helf.)

.book pamphlet libellus (Lev.)

.book paperback libellus chartā involutus (Lev.)

.book paperback, broché (Fr.) / broschiert: incompactus+ [Latham]; chartā involutus [Bacci]; involucro tectus [Bacci] -- Paperback: libellus chartā involūtus [Levine]; liber chartā contectus [Eichenseer] -- kartoniert: chartā densatā inclusus [Georges] (Helf.)

.book paperback: cf. small book, livre de poche (Fr.), libro de bolsillo (Sp.) / Taschenbuch: libellus pugillaris [Scheller, Lexicon, 1783]; liber palmalis [Eichenseer]; <Palmalis est soloecismus pro palmaris, quem Saravici affectant, ne scilicet verba communia usurpare videantur.  LS et Forcellinus non agnoscunt; inveni apud Gaffiot tantum, qui Marium Victorinum citat, quarti saeculi scriptorem.  Adhibetur suffixum -aris, si littera "l" in syllabis antecedentibus invenitur.  Competit in hanc rem enchiridion quoque.> (Helf.)

.book parchment book / codex membranaceus (LAT.) | papyrus book / codex papyraceus (LAT.)

.book picture-book / liber imaginibus ornatus; liber pictus [s.19] (Helf.)

.book pirated edition or reprinting / Raubdruck: recusio+ furtive [s.18] (Helf.)

.book press (media) / res pressoria (LRL)

.book press (print) apparatus ad imprimendum <prelum typographicum> (Lev.)

.book print / (librum) typis exprimere (v. exscribere) (Helf.)

.book print / typis imprimere, prelo excudere (LRL)

.book print vt imprimo 3; (publish) edo, expono 3, pervulgo 1; litterae impressae; -er typographus; -ing typographia (Lev.)

.book printer / typographus (Alb. I); chalcographus (Erasmus)

.book printing / ars impressoria* [DuCange]; ars imprimendi [s.19]; ars typographica* [s.16]; typographia* [s.16] | printer typographus* [s.16] (Helf.)

.book printing press / prelum (typographicum*) (Helf.)

.book printing shop, printer's / officīna typographica* [s.16]; typographźum* [Kirsch] (Helf.)

.book printshop officina typographica (Lev.)

.book proofread vi&vt scriptum perlego causā corrigendi; -er corrector scriptorum; -ing correctio scriptorum (Lev.)

.book publish / edere, divulgare

.book publish / edere; (typis) divulgare; (e)vulgare; in lucem emittere (Helf.)

.book publisher / domus (v. societas) editoria (LRL)

.book publisher, publishing house / Verlag: domus libris edendis [Latinitas]; domus editrix* [Soc. Lat.]; domus editoria* [Eichenseer]; aedes (editrices*) [Soc. Lat.] (Helf.)

.book quotation (act) prolatio, commemoratio; (lines) verba ipsa alterius; (passage) locus, excerptum | quote vt verba ipsa alterius dico (or scribo), commemoro 1, refero , repeto, allego 3 (Lev.)

.book quotation / verba laudata; locus allatus (v. laudatus) | quote allegare (aliquid); laudare (aliquem); locum (scriptoris) afferre (v. laudare) (Helf.)

.book reference books libri citati (Lev.)

.book reference relatio, designatio (Lev.)

.book reprint (vb) / nachdrucken: denuo exprimere -- neudrucken: recudere+ [Latham] | (noun) Neudruck: opus recusum [s.19]; editio iterata [Latinitas]; nova impressio [s.18]; recusio* | photographic reprint (of book) photomechanischer Nachdruck: editio phototypica* (v. photomechanica*) [Springhetti, 1951, 1962]; editio photographice* expressa [Springhetti, 1951, 1962]; editio anastatica* [Bacci]; edition photostatica* [Bacci] (Helf.)

.book republish vt iterum edo (Lev.)

.book review (literary) censura; - vt (books) scripta existimo; -er existimans librorum (Lev.)

.book small book, livre de poche] pocket book libellus, pugillares (Lev.)

.book sold out: this book (or edition) is sold out / omnia exemplaria divendita sunt [Georges] (Helf.)

.book synopsis / sucus [s.17] (Helf.)

.book synopsis epitome, summarium, breviarium (Lev.)

.book table of contents / index (rerum v. contentorum) (Helf.)

.book table of contents index <syllabus> (Lev.)

.book title page / index (libri); frons, frontis f. (Helf.)

.book title page index  <frontispicium> (Lev.)

.book title titulus, nomen; (book) inscriptio, index (Lev.)

.book tome magnus liber, tomus (Lev.)

.book treatise commentatio, tractus (Lev.)

.book type (print) typi (Lev.)

.book type]setter compositor <typotheta> (Lev.)

.book typesetter / typotheta (LRL)

.book typo (in printed book) / typothetae mendum

.book typographer typographus | typography (art) typographica ars (neol (Lev.)

.book typographic / typographicus* [Latham] (Helf.)

.book unpublished / nondum vulgatus; nondum (in lucem) editus (Helf.)

.book unpublished book / liber ineditus [Kirsch] (Helf.)

.book volume volumen, liber, tomus (Lev.)

.box airtight impenetrabilis (or impervius) aėri (Lev.)

.box barrel (cask) cupa, orca; ligneum vas (Lev.)

.box box (books) capsa; (chest) area scrinium;; (clothes, money) cista; (cosmetics, medicine) pyxis (Lev.)

.box box / arca, capsa, cista, scrinium (LRL) | / (small) arcula, capsula, cistula, cistella, scriniolum (LRL)

.box bucket, pail / situla; hama (Helf.)

.box can cadus; capsella; (Lev.)

.box canister (box) pyxis, capsula (Lev.)

.box cardboard box / capsa (v. cista) chartacea

.box case (box) caps(ul)a; (cover) involucrum (Lev.)

.box cask cupa, cadus, dolium (Lev.)

.box drum (barrel) cupa; cadus (Lev.)

.box hogshead dolium (Lev.)

.box keg dolium, cadus (Lev.)

.box pack (bundle) sarcina 1, fasciculus (Lev.)

.box strongbox arca (Lev.)

.box tank lacus, cisterna, piscina (Lev.)

.box top (lid) operculum (Lev.)

.box trough alveus; (gutter) imbrex (Lev.)

.box trunk (luggage) riscus, arca, cista (Lev.)

.box tub (laundry) labrum; (bath) balneum, lavabrum; (vat) dolium (Lev.)

.brth abort vi (med) abortum facio; (fail) cado, concido 3; - vt (med) partum elido (or abigo); (fig.) abicio, depono 3; - (fig.) opus inchoatum relictumque; -ion (med) abortus; (fig.) ruina; -ive abortivus; (fig.) irritus (Lev.)

.brth abortion, termination of pregnancy / abortio [s.17]; abortus (artificialis) [s.18]; abactio partūs [s.19]; abortus provocatus (v. artificialis) [Zlotnicki, Lex. Medicum, 1971] | have an abortion / antreiben: abortum facere [Pl. 20, 9]; partum abigere [Cic. Cluent. 32]; partum elidere [Cels. 1, 7]; partum praefocare [Paul. Dig. 25, 3, 4] | abortion drug / Abtreibungsmittel: abortivum [Juv.]; remedium abortivum [s.19] (Helf.)

.brth afterbirth / secundinae f. p. [Vulg.]; placenta [s.16] (Helf.)

.brth afterbirth secundae (partiis) (Lev.)

.brth artificial insemination / fecundatio (v. inseminatio) artificialis (Helf.)

.brth birth certificate / litterae nataliciae [Bauer]; testimonium nativitatis [Heyse, Fremdwörterbuch, s.19] (Helf.)

.brth birth certificate testimonium de nativitate (Lev.)

.brth birthplace / domicilium originis; locus natalis (Helf.)

.brth cesarean section / sectio caesarea [s.18] | birth through cesarean section partus caesareus [s.18] (Helf.)

.brth conception / conceptio [s.17]; conceptus (Helf.)

.brth embryo / fetus, ūs; partus, ūs; embryo, onis m. [s.18] (Helf.)

.brth embryo partus (incohatus); (fig.) res incohata ac imperfecta; -logy scientia partuum; -nic ad partfis pertinens; (fig.) incohatus, rudis (Lev.)

.brth forceps / forceps Anglicana [s.18]; forceps obstetrīcia [s.18] (Helf.)

.brth illegitimacy (birth) ortūs infamia | illegitimate (child) nothus (Lev.)

.brth illegitimate (child) / illegitimus; nothus; spurius (of unknown father) (Helf.)

.brth illegitimate / incerto patre natus; illegitimus [Gaius Inst.]; naturalis [iuris consulti]; mamzer [eccl.; Sedul.] (Helf.)

.brth labor pains / dolores parturientis (v. ad partum) [s.18; s.19] (Helf.)

.brth labor, childbirth / puerperium (Helf.)

.brth lying-in puerperium; partus; - hospital lechodochium (Lev.)

.brth maternal hospital valetudinarium puerperarum (Lev.)

.brth maternity hospital or clinic / Entbindungsheim: maiocomīum [Zlotnicki, Lex. Medicum, 1971] -- Pflegeheim: lechodochīum* [Blaise, 1955, 1975] (Helf.)

.brth menstruation / profluvia mulierum [Plin. N.H.]; menstruatio* [s.19]; mensium fluxus [s.19]; catamenia [s.17] (Helf.)

.brth midwife / obstetrix, īcis f. [s.17]; iatromźa [C.I.L.] (Helf.)

.brth miscarriage (med) abortus | miscarry (med) abortum facio (Lev.)

.brth obstetetric / osbstetricius [Arnob.; s.19] (Helf.)

.brth pregnancy / graviditas [s.19]; gestatio (Helf.)

.brth premature baby / infans immaturus (LAT.)

.brth premature birth / praecox partus [s.19]; partus praematurus [s.19] (Helf.)

.brth still-born child / fetus mortuus [s.18] (Helf.)

.brth surrogate mother / mater conducticia (Helf.)

.brth swaddling clothes  incunabula, panni infantiae (Lev.)

.brth triplets trigemini (Lev.)

.brth unwed mother / mater innupta (Helf.)

.bthr bath (private) bal(i)neum | take cold (or hot) - frigidā (or calidā) lavor | bathe vt  (wash) lavo; perluo, perfundo | vi  lavo(r), perluor; -r homo lavans; (swimmer) natator (Lev.)

.bthr bathroom / balneum (Helf.)  ]]  bal(i)neum; (small) balneolum (Lev.)

.bthr bathtub / pyelus [Plaut.]; labrum [Cic.]; solium [Cels.] (Helf.)  ]]  pyelus, labrum (Ciar.)  ]]  vas balnearius, lavacrum (CL)  ]]  la(va)brum, solium, alveus -- tub (bath): balneum, lavabrum (Lev.)

.bthr bidet / scaphium (Helf.)  ]]  ovata pelvis (LRL)  ]]  mannulus intimus (Ciar.)

.bthr faucet, tap / epitonium (aquarium) [Vitr. 9, 8, 11] (Helf.)  ]]  epitonium (LRL)  ]]  epitomium (Lev.)

.bthr faucet, turn on / epitonium incurvare (v. inflectere); epitonium vertere [Varro] (Helf.)

.bthr privy latrina, sella, (public) forica (Lev.)

.bthr restroom: outhouse / posticum (Lev.)

.bthr shower / lavatio pluvia [Soc. Lat.] (Helf.)  ]]  balneae pensiles (f. pl.), lavatio in aquae deiectu, aquae super cadentes (f. pl.), cataclysmus, lavatio pluvia (LRL)  ]]  balneum pluvium, balneum pensile (CL)  ]]  pensiles balineae, cataclysmos (Lev.)

.bthr shower tube with head / tubulus mammatus (Alb. I)

.bthr shower: room with shower / Zimmer mit Dusche: conclave cum pluvio [Eichenseer] (Helf.)

.bthr sink (for washing hands),wash-basin / Waschbecken: labellum [C.I.L.]; aquimanile <Ulpian, Isidore>; malluvium <solum apud Festum> (Helf.)  ]]  labrum, labellum, aquimanarium, (parietale) trulleum (LRL)

.bthr toilet (fixture), commode / sella familiarica [Varro]; sella pertusa [Cato]; sella elutoria* (familiarica) (Helf.)  ]]  cf. water closet: cella intima (aquae profluvio instructa) (LRL)  ]]  sella familiarica (Ciar.)  ]]  sella pertusa (CL)

.bthr toilet paper / anitergium+ [s.11]; charta hygienica* (Helf.)

.bthr toilet seat / iugum; ōs, ōris n. [Bauer] (Helf.)  

.bthr toilet, restroom, lavatory / Klosett: secessus, ūs [Matt. 15, 17]; locus munditiarum; locus necessitatis secretae [Latham]; camera necessaria [Latham]; camera privata [Latham]; secreta (munditiarum) [Freire, Conversaēaõ, 1960] -- Abort: aumatium [Petron. fr. 13] | public restroom   forica [Juv.] (Helf.)  ]]  latrina, secessus, requisita naturae, cella intima (aquae profluvio instructa) (LRL);  (LRL)  ]]  cella intima (Ciar.)  ]]  locus secretus, lavatorium (CL) | / (public)  forica (Ciar.)  ]]  washroom: lavatorium; (restroom) latrina (Lev.)

.bthr toilet: flush / aquae profluvium (LRL)  ]]  vt  (cleanse) proluo, purgo (Lev.)

.bthr urinal / urinale; minsatorium+ [DuCange]; secessus urinarius* [Bauer]; urinarium+ (Helf.)  ]]  matella, lasanum (Lev.)  ]]  matula fixa < Ducange: "minsatorium, locus vel vas ad mingendum."

.busn acceptance (of goods, offer) / acceptatio (Helf.)

.busn accountant, auditor / Wirtschaftsprüfer: revīsor* (oeconomicus) (Helf.)

.busn agency / Agentur: agentura* [Bartal] (Helf.)

.busn agency / procurationis sedes, tractatorium (LRL)

.busn agent (comm.) procurator; minister; be free - mei iuris sum (Lev.)

.busn agent / Vermittler: proxenźta; mediator -- Vertreter: repraesentator; agens (Helf.)

.busn agent, broker / Agent: procurator; curator -- Handelsmakler: proxenźta mercatorum [s.18] -- Makler: pararius; proxenźta, ae m. [s.17]; sensal, alis+ m. [DuCange] | broker's fee Maklerlohn: interpretium; proxeneticum (Helf.)

.busn agent, sales rep / procurator, (negotiorum) curator (LRL)

.busn bankrupcy / decoctio (LRL) | bankrupt person / decoctor (LRL)

.busn billionaire / miliardarius (LRL)

.busn board of directors / Vorstand: praesides m. pl. (Helf.)

.busn board of directors magistri societatis; (Lev.)

.busn bonus, freebie / auctarium (Ciar.)

.busn branch office / Filiale: sedes secundaria -- Bankfiliale: argentaria filialis -- Zweigniederlassung: sedes secundaria; sedes additicia [Bacci]; institutum filiale [Donat] -- Niederlassung: sedes accessoria [Vox Lat.] (Helf.)

.busn branch office / sedes vicinaria, minor sedes (LRL); sedes additicia (Ciar.)

.busn brand (commercial) / nota, officina, societas fabricatoria (LRL)

.busn brand / genus fabricationis [Eichenseer]; nota (fabricationis) (Helf.)

.busn business (activity) negotium, occupatio; officium; (profession) occupatio 1; ars, artificium; (matter) res, ratio, negotium; (trade) negotiatio; mercatus; (establishment) officina; (concern) opus; opera; do - negotia ago (or gero) | businesslike negotialis; recte et ordine factus | businessman (big) negotiator; (small) caupo, tabernarius (LEV.)

.busn business / quaestuosa industria (LRL); Mercuralia negotia (n. pl.) (Erasmus) | (adj.) / negotialis, negotiosus (LRL)

.busn businessman / negotiator, homo negotiosus (v. quaestuosus), mercatoriae rei peritus (LRL)

.busn capital (financial) / sors caput, opes capitales (f. pl.) (LRL)

.busn chain store taberna societatis  (Lev.)

.busn chamber of commerce / camera mercatorum [s.20] (Helf.)

.busn commodities exchange / bursa+ mercimonialis+ (Helf.)

.busn company (comm.) societas (Lev.)

.busn company, business, enterprise / Unternehmen: opus mercatorium; societas bonis procreandis [Acta Apost. Sedis, s.20] (Helf.)

.busn company, corporation / societas (LRL); mercatoria domus (Ciar.)

.busn company, firm / Handelgesellschaft: societas mercatoria [Apinus, Glossarium, 1728] -- Firma: societas mercatoria [Latinitas]; quaestuosa societas [Latinitas]; domus (effectrix) [Pal. Lat.]; firma* mercatorum [s.19] (Helf.)

.busn competition / competitio commercialis (Ciar.)

.busn comptroller quaestor; contrascriptor (Lev.)

.busn contract / contractus | parties to contract / partes contrahentes [s.17]; paciscentes | breach of contract / laesio contractūs [s.18] (Helf.)

.busn contract / pactum, pactio (LRL)

.busn corporate (united) coniunctus, communis; (comm.) intabulatus; societate contractus, pro collegio factus | corporation (comm.) societas; societas anonyma (or intabulata); (of town) municipium (Lev.)

.busn corporation / sociźtas; corpus, oris n.; corporatio+ [Kirsch]; <universitas> (Helf.)

.busn department, division, section / Ressort: pars, partis f.; provincia [Soc. Lat.] (Helf.)

.busn director / Intendant: director; praefectus [Soc. Lat.] (Helf.)

.busn director n (company) magister, rector; (of operations) curator (Lev.)

.busn executive / leitender Angestellter: operum moderator [Acta Apost. Sedis, s.20] (Helf.)

.busn firm societas (Lev.)

.busn fiscal year, financial year / annus fiscalis [Soc. Lat.] (Helf.)

.busn foreign trade / commercium externum (Helf.)

.busn headquarters sedes, domus (Lev.)

.busn headquarters, head office / primaria sedes [Bacci] (Helf.)

.busn headquarters, main office / primaria sedes (LRL)

.busn house (comm.) societas (Lev.)

.busn incorporate vt (comm.) societatem coeo (or constituo), consocio; - vi inter nos consociamus | incorporation (comm.) societas (Lev.)

.busn industrial fabrilis; ad artes quaestuosas pertinens; -ism opera et artificia; -ist magister (or dominus) officinarum; -ization opera; -ize vt operibus exstruo | industry (comm.) quaestuosa mercatura (Lev.)

.busn inventory / (list of stock) inventarium [s.17] | (stock) suppellex, lectilis f. (Helf.)

.busn inventory tabula; repertorium, inventarium; - vt in tabulas refero (Lev.)

.busn liquidate, go out of business / liquidare* [s.17] | liqudation liquidatio* [Bauer]; rationes societatis residuae [Bauer] (Helf.)

.busn management / Management: (people) dispensatores m. pl.; moderatores m. pl. [Latinitas]; organa directoria n. p. [eccl.] [Vox Lat.] | (activity) dispensatio [Latham; Vox Lat.] (Helf.)

.busn manager / Geschäftsführer: negotiorum gestor [Scaev.; s.18]; procurator -- Bürovorsteher (office manager): commentariensis [Latinitas]; primiscrinius [Cod. Just.; Georges]; praepositus graphźi [Eichenseer]; officii moderator [Maigne, Lexicon, 1866] -- Manager: dispensator; moderator (societatis); ergodota, ae m. [Eichenseer] | management, direction Regie: administratio (Helf.)

.busn manager of division, department head / Abteilunsleiter: suppraepositus* [Vox Lat.] (Helf.)

.busn manager, director, executive / geschäftsführender Direktor: director negotiis (Helf.)

.busn millionaire / milionarius (LRL)

.busn monopolize vt arrogo mihi omnia; (comm.) monopolium exerceo | monopoly monopolium (Lev.)

.busn offer, tender, bid / Angebot: condicio; oblatio | binding offer  oblatio obligatoria (Helf.)

.busn order (noun) / chartula mandativa (Helf.)

.busn partnership / societas | general partnership (with full liability) societas sponsionis in solidum; societas aperta [Bauer] | limited partnership (with limited liability) societas superior [Bauer]; societas partaria [Soc. Lat.]; <vide "liability" s.v. "law"> (Helf.)

.busn patent / diplōma inventionis [Egger] (Helf.)

.busn patent diploma, codicilli, ius praecipuum; - vt ius praecipuum accipio; -ed lege protectus (Lev.)

.busn product / opus, artificium, manufactum, res confecta (LRL)

.busn profit margin / auctarium; modus lucri [Vox Lat.] (Helf.)

.busn profit, gain / quaestus, fructus, lucrum, negotium, emolumentum (LRL)

.busn profit-sharing / participatio lucri [Eichenseer] (Helf.)

.busn purchasing agent primus emptor (Lev.)

.busn receptionist salutator; salutatrix (Lev.)

.busn secretary / scriba m.; amanuensis, is m. [Suet.]; secretarius [Latinitas]; secretis [Latham] | female secretary secretaria* [Eichenseer] (Helf.)

.busn stock / copia mercium (asservatarum) (Helf.)

.busn stockbroker / Börsenmakler: bursarius+ intercedens [Latham; Sleumer, Kirch. Wörterbuch, 1926]; chrematista* [Eichenseer] (Helf.)

.busn subsidiary (comm.) collegium minor [sic] (Lev.)

.busn subsidiary / Zweigniederlassung: sedes secundaria; sedes additicia [Bacci]; institutum filiale [Donat] -- Tochtergesellschaft: societas filialis (Helf.)

.busn subsidiary / Zweigniederlassung: sedes secundaria; sedes additicia [Bacci]; institutum filiale [Donat] (Helf.)

.busn subsidiary: cf. parent company / Muttergesellschaft: societas materna (Helf.)

.busn supplier / praebitor [Cic.] (Helf.)

.busn supplier praebitor, copiarius, parochus (Lev.)

.busn swindler, con-man / circumscriptor [Cic.]; thelodives, itis m. [Aug.] (Helf.)

.busn syndicate societas; (secret) sodalicium, sodalitas (Lev.)

.busn trade, commerce, business / Handel: mercatura -- Handelsverkehr: commeatus commercialis (Helf.)

.busn trademark (registered) / signum legitimum [Soc. Lat.] (Helf.)

.busn trademark / ergasterii (v. officinae) nota (LRL)

.busn trademark / signum mercatorum [s.18]; nota mercatorum [s.17]; signum mercatorium | registered trademark / signum inscriptum; nota inscripta [Vox Lat.] (Helf.)

.busn trademark nota; propium, symbolus (Lev.)

.busn tradename / nota commercialis [Vox Lat.] (Helf.)

.busn traffic commercium, mercatura; (shady deal) negotium furtivum (Lev.)

.busn trust / consociatio magnariorum [Soc. Lat.] (Helf.)

.camp camp (v.) / in tentorio habitare; sub pellibus contineri [Caes.] (Helf.)

.camp camp, go camping / tendere

.camp camper / autocinetica domuncula, habitaculum remulcatum (LRL)

.camp campground / campus tentorius (LRL)

.camp camping / tentoria n. pl. [Acta Apost. Sedis, s.20] | camp, go camping in tentorio commorari [Bacci] | campsite, campground campus tentorius [Bacci]; area tentoriorum [Latham] (HELF.)

.camp sleeping bag / dormitorius saccus (villosus) (LRL)

.camp sleeping bag / saccus dormitorius [Soc. Lat.] (Helf.)

.camp sleeping bag saccus ad dormiendum (Lev.)

.camp tent / tentorium (Alb. I)

.camp tent / tentorium (Helf.)

.camp tent peg / paxillus (Helf.)

.car accelerate, give it gas / accelerare [Eichenseer] (Helf.)

.car automobile automataria raeda, autoraeda, automatarius currus  | automotive automatarius; motorius (Lev.)

.car barn (depot) vehiculorum automatariorum statio, autocurruum tabernaculum (Lev.)

.car car (auto) automataria raeda, automatarius currus, autoraeda; (carriage) raeda, carruca (Lev.)

.car car / currus, ūs m. [s.v. Garage] (Helf.)

.car car repair shop, garage / officina vehiculis sarciendis [Latinitas] (Helf.)

.car car, automobile / autocinetum, automataria raeda (LRL); autoraeda (CL)

.car car, automobile / Kraftfahrzeug: autoraeda* [Bacci]; autocinźtum* [Soc. Lat.]; currus automobilis* [Vox Urbis; Latinitas]; autovehiculum* [Acta Apost. Sedis, s.20] -- [s.v. Taxi] raeda | (adj) autocineticus* (Helf.)

.car chassis compages (Lev.)

.car chauffeur (auto)raedarius (Lev.)

.car coupe automatum duorum ostiolorum (Lev.)

.car drive (vehicle) / gubernare, ducere, regere (LRL)

.car driver / gubernator [Vox Lat.];  raedarius [s.v. Fahrersitz] (Helf.)

.car driver / rector, gubernator, autocinetistes, autoraedarius (LRL)

.car driver’s license / diploma vehiculo automatario ducendo (v. regendo) (LRL); diploma gubernationis (Ciar.)

.car four-wheel drive / impulsio omnium rotarum (Helf.)

.car garage / Garage: (stabulum) raedarium; curruum receptaculum [Bauer]; currūle, is n. [s.18; Bauer] -- Schuppen (garage or hangar): receptaculum -- [s.v. Tiefgarage] currūle, is* n. | underground garage receptaculum (autocinetorum*) subterraneum [Latinitas]; currūle* subterraneum (Helf.)

.car hack (coach) raeda conducticia (Lev.)

.car hitch-hiking / autocineti transeuntis retentio (LRL)

.car jeep / autocinetum deviis (v. iniquo) itineri aptum, autocinetum devium (LRL)

.car limousine / autocinetum Lemovicense (LRL)

.car limousine, sedan / Limousine: raeda tecta [Levine]; limusīna* [Soc. Lat.] (Helf.)

.car motor vehicle / vehiculum machinatione instructum (Ciar.)

.car park (car) / autocinetum statuere (LRL)

.car park (car) / collocare [Latham]; statuere [Eichenseer] | parking statio autocinetorum* (Helf.)

.car park vt colloco 1; - vi consisto 3; ad incitas redigo (Lev.)

.car parking fee / locarium; taxa+ mansionis (stativae) [Eichenseer] (Helf.)

.car parking lot / area stativa [Vox Lat.]; locus statius (Helf.)

.car parking lot / area stativa, statio autocinetorum (LRL) /

.car parking meter / parcometrum* [Eichenseer] (Helf.)

.car passenger / insessor (LRL); vector (Alb. I)

.car race, motor, stock-car race / certamen currūle autocinetorum* [Eichenseer] (Helf.)

.car rental car, hired car / Mietwagen: vehiculum conductum; vehiculum meritorium; autocinźtum* meritorium <distinguenda "rental car" et "taxi"> (Helf.)

.car repair shop, garage (for repairs) / officīna reparatoria [Vox Lat.] (Helf.)

.car retractable roof (of convertible), sliding roof, sun-roof / Rollverdeck: tectum convolutabile* [Soc. Lat.] -- Schiebedach: tectum ductile [Soc. Lat.]; tectum reciprocum (Helf.)

.car skid / prolabi [Vox Lat.] | skidding prolapsio (Helf.)

.car sports car / autocinźtum* lusorium [Eichenseer] (Helf.)

.car take driving classes / arti gubernandi studere (CL)

.car taxi / autocinetum meritorium (v. conducticium) (LRL); taxiraeda (Alb. I); vehiculum conducticium (CL)

.car taxi / raeda meritoria <distinguenda "rental car" et "taxi">; taxiraeda (Helf.)

.car taxi driver / taxiraedarius* [Eichenseer]; <aurīga> (Helf.)

.car taxi meter / itineris metiendo index [Bacci]; taxometrum [Bacci] (Helf.)

.car1 (gasoline) oleum bituminosum, gasium; - station statio olei bituminosi (Lev.)

.car1 acceleration pedal, gas pedal / pedale gasi* (v. accelerationis) [Eichenseer] (Helf.)

.car1 airbag / saccus aerius (Helf.)

.car1 antifreeze  antigelida 1 (Lev.)

.car1 anti-freeze / liquor gelu comminuens [Latinitas]; antigelidum* [Levine]; anticoagulum* [Vox Lat.] (Helf.)

.car1 automatic transmission  transmissio automata (Lev.)

.car1 axle shaft / Achswelle: axōn axialis* [Vox Lat.] (Helf.)

.car1 axle, front / axis anterior (Helf.)

.car1 brake (car) sufflamen; - vt sufflamino 1; (slow) tardo 1 (Lev.)

.car1 brake / (noun) frenum [Vox Lat.]; sufflamen [Latinitas] | (vb) frenare [Soc. Lat.]; rotas sufflaminare [Latinitas] | foot brake frenum pedale [Vox Lat.] | hand brake frenum manuale [Vox Lat.]; sufflamen manuale [Latinitas] | hydraulic brake frenum hydraulicum [Vox Lat.] | air brake frenum pneumaticum [Soc. Lat.] (Helf.)

.car1 brakes / sufflamen (LRL)

.car1 bumper / contus tutorius [Eichenseer] (Helf.)

.car1 bumper sticker, sticker / schedula agglutinatoria* [Soc. Lat.]; schida adhaesive+ (Helf.)

.car1 carburetor / migmen (LAT.)

.car1 carburetor / Vergaser: gasi* generatorium [Vox Lat.]; gasificatrum* -- Vergasungsraum: camera mixtaria [It., Fr., Sp. carburator, M.Gr. anameikteras; Mir: carboratorium] (Helf.)

.car1 catalytic converter / catalytrum* [Vox Lat.] (Helf.)

.car1 chassis / corpus currūle [Pexenfelder, Apparatus, 1670]; quadrum [Soc. Lat.] (Helf.)

.car1 clutch (lever) vectis (Lev.)

.car1 clutch / copulatio (LRL)

.car1 clutch / copulatio [Latham]; unctio [Eichenseer] | clutch pedal pedale copulationis [Vox Lat.] (Helf.)

.car1 coolant / aqua refrigeratoria [s.18] (Helf.)

.car1 dim headlights / luminaria demittere (Helf.)

.car1 dipstick / virga oleometrica* [Vox Lat.] (Helf.)

.car1 disc brake / frenum discale* [Vox Lat.] (Helf.)

.car1 disengage clutch / iuncturam tollere [Vox Lat.]; discopulare+ [Latham] (Helf.)

.car1 distributor (in car) / Zündverteiling: distributorium* (ignitionis+) [Vox Lat.] (Helf.)

.car1 door (car) / foris, is f. (Helf.)

.car1 drive, four-wheel / impulsio quattuor rotarum [Lang. Wört] (Helf.)

.car1 drive, front-wheel / impulsio rotarum anteriorum (Helf.)

.car1 emergency brake / pulsabulum instantis periculi [Mir, 1970, 1986]; frenum necessitatis (v. periculi) [Eichenseer] (Helf.)

.car1 exhaust (fumes) / gasa* emissoria* [Vox Lat.] (Helf.)

.car1 exhaust pipe / Auspuff: emissarium [Soc. Lat.]; tubus emissorius* [Vox Lat.] -- Auspuffrohr: tubus emissarius [Soc. Lat.]; fistula exoneraria [Latinitas] (Helf.)

.car1 fan-belt / lorum cuneatum [Vox Lat.] (Helf.)

.car1 fender, mud guard / Kotflügel: luticipulum* [Pal. Lat.] -- Schutzblech: pluteolum* [Alma Roma] (Helf.)

.car1 filling station, gas station / Tankstelle: taberna benzinaria* [Soc. Lat.]; statio benzinaria* [Vox Lat.] | filling station attendant benzinarius* [Vox Lat.] (Helf.)

.car1 four-cylinder motor / machinatio quater modiolata* [Latinitas] (Helf.)

.car1 gas pump / automaton distributorium, machina distributoria (LRL)

.car1 gas pump / columna effusoria* [Vox Lat.] (Helf.)

.car1 gas tank / Tank: capsa; immissarium; conceptaculum [Plin. N.H.; Vox Lat.] (Helf.)

.car1 gas up, fill the gas tank / benzīnum* (v. materiam propulsoriam*) recipere (Helf.)

.car1 gasoline, gas / benzīnum* [Soc. Lat.] | lead-free gasoline benzīnum non plumbatum [Vox Lat.] | gas tank, fuel tank (part of vehicle) immissarium benzīni [Vox Lat.] | gas pump (at filling station) antlia benzīnaria* [Vox Lat.] (Helf.)

.car1 gasoline, motor fuel / benzin(i)um, autocinetorum alimentum, propulsorius liquor, materia ustioni apta (LRL)

.car1 gear shift / apparatus (v. mechanema v. vectis) velocitatis mutatorius (LRL)

.car1 gear shift / Schaltung: iunctio velocitatum [Eichenseer] (Helf.)

.car1 gear-shift lever / Schalthebel: vectis commutatorius* [Latinitas] (Helf.)

.car1 glove compartment / loculus digitabulorum (Helf.)

.car1 horn (car) / bucina [Latinitas] | blow the horn bucinā ululare [Latham]; bucinare* [Soc. Lat.] (Helf.)

.car1 horsepower / vis equīna [Lurz]; equipotentia* pa [Alb. II] (Helf.)

.car1 horsepower mensura equi vis (Lev.)

.car1 hub modiolus | hubcap operculum modioli (Lev.)

.car1 hubcap / axis munīmen [Bauer]; axźdo, inis f. [Marc. Emp.] (Helf.)

.car1 ignition / Zündung: ignitio+ | ignition key  clavis accensiva* [Eichenseer] (Helf.)

.car1 ignition ignitio (LRL)

.car1 ignition incensio (Lev.)

.car1 ignition key / clavis ignitioni incitandae (LRL)

.car1 inflate (or pump up) tires / inflare (cantharos pneumaticos) <falso pro "canthos"> (Helf.)

.car1 inner tube / uter, utris m. (Helf.)

.car1 internal combustion engine / Verbrennungsmotor: motorium displosorium* [Vox Lat.] (Helf.)

.car1 license plate (US), number plate (Br.) / notaculum autocineti* [Eichenseer] | license plate number  numerus autocineti* (Helf.)

.car1 license plate / notaculum [Vox Lat.] (Helf.)

.car1 license plate / notaculum autocineti (LRL)

.car1 light: headlight / electrica fax (LRL)

.car1 light: headlight / lucerna [Vox Lat.]; luminare [Th.L.L.; Eichenseer] (Helf.)

.car1 ligths: tail lights, rear lights / lumina postica [Bacci]; luminaria posteriora [Vox Lat.] (Helf.)

.car1 manual transmission / Schaltgetriebe: mechanismus* velocitatis [Vox Lat.] (Helf.)

.car1 muffler (US), silencer (Br.) / ōlla silentiaria [Vox Lat.] (Helf.)

.car1 neutral (gear) / noniunctura* [Vox Lat.]; disiunctura* [Vox Lat.] (Helf.)

.car1 odometer / index chiliometrorum* [Soc. Lat.]; hodometrum* [s.18; Vox Lat.] (Helf.)

.car1 oil filter / colum oleo purgando (Helf.)

.car1 power transmission / Kraftübertragung: mechanismus transmissionis [Eichenseer] (Helf.)

.car1 radiator / Kühler (tech.) refrigeratorium [Vox Lat.] (Helf.)

.car1 rear wheel / rota posterior (Helf.)

.car1 rear windshield / fenestra postica [Vox Lat.] (Helf.)

.car1 rear-view mirror / speculum retroscopicum (v. anascopicum) (LRL)

.car1 rear-view mirror / speculum retroscopicum* [Soc. Lat.] (Helf.)

.car1 reverse gear / positio retrocessūs [Vox Lat.] | shift into reverse (gear) iuncturam retrocessūs adhibźre (Helf.)

.car1 safety belt / balteus securitatis causā (LRL)

.car1 safety belt zona protegens (Lev.)

.car1 seat belt / cingulum securitatis [Vox Lat.]; cinctura securitatis [Eichenseer]; zona securitatis [Vox Lat.] (Helf.)

.car1 seat, back / sedes posterior [Vox Lat.] (Helf.)

.car1 seat, front (of car) / sedes anterior [Vox Lat.] (Helf.)

.car1 service station / statio autocinetorum usibus destinata (LRL)

.car1 shock absorber / elasterium* pa [Alb. II] antipulsorium [Soc. Lat.] (Helf.)

.car1 snow chain / catźna (rotarum) nivaria (v. nivalis) [Vox Lat.] (Helf.)

.car1 snow-tire / canthus hiemalis [Vox Lat.] (Helf.)

.car1 spare tire canthus subsicivus (Lev.)

.car1 spark plug / candźla accensiva* [Eichenseer] (Helf.)

.car1 speedometer / tachometrum* (Helf.)

.car1 starting (of car engine) / Anlassen: incitatio (machinationis) | starter (car)  incitatrum* [Vox Lat.] (Helf.)

.car1 steer vi&vt guberno 1, dirigo 3; -ing wheel gubernaculum  (Lev.)

.car1 steering wheel / rota moderatrix (Ciar.)

.car1 steering wheel / rota moderatrix [Eichenseer] (Helf.)

.car1 tire (auto) canthus (Lev.)

.car1 tire / Bereifung: canthus [Vox Lat.] -- Luftreifen: canthus aerius [Vox Lat.] -- Reifen: cant(Helf.)us (pneumaticus) [s.20] -- [s.v. aufpumpen] cantharus pneumaticus <falso> (Helf.)

.car1 tire / cummea rota, pneumatica cummis (LRL); canthus cummeus (CL)

.car1 tire puncture, flat tire / cummis perforata (Ciar.)

.car1 tire, spare / rota subsidiaria [Vox Lat.]; rota suppositicia (Helf.)

.car1 transmission, automatic transmissio automata (Lev.)

.car1 trunk (US), boot (Br.) / receptaculum sarcinarum [Latinitas]; receptaculum sarcinarium [Eichenseer] (Helf.)

.car1 trunk / receptaculum sarcinarum (LRL)

.car1 turn signal, blinkers / Blinker: index coruscus [Vox Lat.] -- Lichtsignal: micans signum [Latinitas] (Helf.)

.car1 unbuckle vt diffibulo (Lev.)

.car1 windowshield wiper / vitritergium* pa [Alb. II] (Helf.)

.car1 windshield / anterius (v. antīcum) (autoraedae*) vitrum; vitrum antiāerium* [Eichenseer] (Helf.)

.car1 windshield / vitrum anterius (LRL)

.cath baptism: child baptism / baptismus parvulorum; paedobaptismus* [s.16] (Helf.)

.cath breviary preces horariae, breviarium, summarium (Lev.)

.cath brief (papal) litterae Apostolicae (Lev.)

.cath bull: encyclical / litterae publicae pontificates (Lev.)

.cath bull: papal bull / edictum pontificis maximi (Lev.)  ]]  bulla

.cath canon (eccl.) / canon; (person) canonicus; (rule) regula, norma, lex | canonical  canonicus (Lev.)

.cath canon law / ius ecclesiasticum; ius canonicum (Helf.)  ]]  ius canonicum (Lev.)

.cath canonization / in sanctorum numerum adscriptio (Lev.)

.cath canonize / (aliquem) in sanctorum numerum referre, fastis sanctorum (aliquem) ascribere, caelestes honores (alicui) decernere, ad sanctorum ordinem (aliquem) ascribere (LRL)  ]]  in sanctorum numero censeo, in sanctorum numerum ascribo (or refero) (Lev.)

.cath canonize: beatify / beo, beatifico; in numerum beatorum refero | beatification   in beatorum numerum ascriptio (Lev.)

.cath cassock (of priest) / supparum [Bacci]; caracalla [Hier.] (Helf.)  ]]  tunica clericorum (Lev.)

.cath confirmation / Firmung: chrismatio+ [DuCange] -- Konfirmation: confirmatio (religiosa) [s.17] (Helf.)

.cath excommunicate / excommunico, ex ecclesia extermino | excommunication  excommunicatio (Lev.)

.cath extreme unction, last rites, viaticum / extrźme unctio [eccl.] (Helf.)  ]]  extrema unctio, viaticum (Lev.)

.cath godparent] sponsor (godparent) sponsor (Lev.)

.cath holy water / aqua lustralis [s.17]; aqua sacra [Erasmus]; aqua benedicta [s.16] (Helf.)  ]]  aqua lustralis; aqua benedicta (Lev.)

.cath hours: matins / primae horae precum canonicarum (Lev.)

.cath hours: matins, lauds, prime, tierce, sext, nones, vespers, compline

.cath hours: vespers / preces vesperae (Lev.)

.cath indulgence / indulgentia (Helf.)  ]]  indulgentia; (pardon) venia (Lev.)

.cath mass / sacrificium eucharasticum, res divina, missa (LRL)  ]]  sacrum (Erasmus)

.cath missal / missale (Lev.)

.cath miter / mitra (Lev.)

.cath monstrance / ostensorium+ (Helf.)

.cath purgatory (eccl.) / purgatorium (Lev.)

.cath relic / reliquia (sacra) [s.18] (Helf.)

.cath reliquary / reliquarium (Lev.)

.cath Roman Catholic / pontificius [s.v. Wallfahrt] (Helf.)

.cath Roman Catholicism / catholicismus* [Latham] (HELF.)

.cath rosary / rosarium (Mariale+); rosariolum* [Erasmus]; sphaerulae precatoriae [s.17]; granulae* f. pl. [Soc. Lat.]; ova serpentum [Erasmus] (Helf.)  ]]  calculi precatorii, precatoria corona, rosarium (Lev.)

.cath saint / sanctus; divus (Erasmus)

.cath sign of the cross (made with hand) / signum crucis [Hier.] | make the sign of the cross  signum crucis impingere [Hier.] (Helf.)

.cath simony / simonia+ [Latham] (HELF.)  ]]  simonia (Lev.)

.cath stations of the cross / supplicatio stativa (Lev.)

.cath tonsure (clerical) / tonsūra (clericorum) [s.17]; corōna clericalis [Kirsch] (Helf.)

.cath transubstantiation (eccl.) / transubstantiatio (Lev.)

.cath Vatican Sedes Vaticana; - City Urbs Vaticana <Sedes Apostolica, Curia Romana> (Lev.)

.cath way of the cross, stations of the cross / Kreuzweg: Viva Crucis [Acta Apost. Sedis, s.20] (Helf.)

.cath1 archbishop / archiepiscopus, metropolita, archipraesul

.cath1 archdiocese / archidioecesis | seat of archdioecese  metropolis

.cath1 bishop / episcopus; praesul, antistes (Erasmus)

.cath1 bishop: diocese, bishopric / dioecesis | adj.  dioecesanus

.cath1 cardinal / cardinalis, pater purpuratus

.cath1 curate / vicarius presbyter (Lev.)

.cath1 deacon / diaconus

.cath1 nuncio / nuntius, legatus (Lev.)

.cath1 parish / paroechia, parochia

.cath1 parish priest / parochus, curo

.cath1 parishioner / socius parochiae (Lev.)  ]]  paroecianus

.cath1 parochial / ad parochiam pertinens (Lev.)

.cath1 pope / summus pontifex, papa

.cath1 pope: papacy / papatus, ūs+ [Latham] (Helf.)  ]]  pontificiatus, ūs

.cath1 pope: papal / papisticus* [Latham] (Helf.)  ]]  pontificius

.cath1 prelate / pontifex, sacerdos (Lev.)

.cath1 priest / presbyter; sacerdos (Erasmus); sacrificus (Calvin)

.cath2 abbess / abbatissa [s.17] (Helf.)  ]]  abbatissa (Lev.)

.cath2 abbey / abbatia (Lev.)

.cath2 abbot / abbas, archimandrita (Lev.)

.cath2 abbot: prior / coenobii curator; -y coenobium (Lev.)

.cath2 cloister (seclusion of monks or nuns) / clausura (Helf.)

.cath2 cowl / cucullus (Lev.)

.cath2 friar, brother / religiose ordinis sodalis (Lev.)

.cath2 Jesuit / Iesuīta, ae m. [s.16] | adj.  iesuiticus* [s.17] | Society of Jesus  Societas Iesu (Helf.)

.cath2 lay brother / frater conversus [Latham]; frater laicus [Latham] (Helf.)

.cath2 monastery / conoebium, monasterium, domus religiosa (LRL)  ]]  monachium, coenobium, monasterium | (Lev.)  ]]  collegium (religiosum) (Erasmus)

.cath2 monastery: nunnery / monasterium, coenobium (Lev.)

.cath2 monastic monachicus, monachalis (Lev.)

.cath2 monasticism, cloistered life / religio

.cath2 monk / monachus, (frater) religiosus

.cath2 mother superior / Oberin: superiorissa* [Hum. Lovaniensia, ex a. 1968] (Helf.)

.cath2 nun / nonna, monacha (Lev.)  ]]  (soror) religiosa; sacra virgo (Erasmus), (sancti)monialis

.cath2 profession (of monk or nun) / religiosae vitae professio (LRL)

.chem acid / acidum [s.19] (Helf.)

.chem alkali alcali indeel, alcalina; (lye) lixivia, lixivium; -ne alcatinus; (of lye) lixiv(i)us; -ze vt alcalinum (or lixivium) facio (Lev.)

.chem alkaline / alcalicus* [s.18]; alcalīnus* [Levine] | alkaloid  alcaloīdum* [s.19] (Helf.)

.chem amalgam hamalgama (mdl); -ate vt (mercury) argentum vivum alio cum metallo tempero; (mix) misceo 2; (fig.) coniungo 3; -ate vi (mix) comniisceor 2; (fig.) me coniungo; nation (mercury) mixtura argenti vivi alio cum metalloė mixtura 1; (fig.) coniunctio 1 (Lev.)

.chem arsenic / arsenicum [Isid.; s.18; s.19] (Helf.)

.chem arsenic arr(h)enicum (Lev.)

.chem base (chem) lixivia; (Lev.)

.chem biochemistry / biochemīa [Vox Lat.] (Helf.)

.chem biochemistry animantium (or viventium) (al)chimia, biochimia (Lev.)

.chem bivalent / bivalens* [Vox Lat.] (Helf.)

.chem bromine / bromum* [s.19] (Helf.)

.chem calcium / calcium* (Helf.)

.chem carbohydrate / Kohlenhydrat: carbo hydratus* [s.20] (Helf.)

.chem carbon / carboneum* (Helf.)

.chem carbon carbo (Lev.)

.chem carbon monoxide / carboneum* oxydatum* (Helf.)

.chem chemical chimicus; - opus chimicum  (Lev.)

.chem chemist chimicus, chimiae peritus (or studiosus); -ry chimia; ars chimica  (Lev.)

.chem chemistry / chemia, chimia (LRL) | chemical / chemicus, chimicus (LRL)

.chem chemistry / chemīa+ mw [Alb. II] [s.17]; ars chemica+ [s.17] | chemical chemicus+ mw [Alb. II] | chemist chemicus+ [Georges]; chemista, ae* m. [s.17] | inorganic chemistry chemīa anorganica [s.20] | experimental chemistry chemīa experimentalis [s.18] (Helf.)

.chem chlorine / chlorum [s.19] (Helf.)

.chem chlorine chlorum, chloron  (Lev.)

.chem cobalt / cobaltum+ [s.18] (Helf.)

.chem compound (chemical) / temperamentum (chemicum) (LAT.)

.chem compound (mix) temperatio, compositio, temperamentum (Lev.)

.chem corrosive / corrosivus+ [Latham] (HELF.)

.chem corrosive / substantia rosoria [Vox Lat.] (Helf.)

.chem corrosive, caustic / causticus [Plin. N.H.]; corrosivus+ [Latham] (Helf.)

.chem crystal (chem) granum; -lize vt in crystalla formo; crystalli modo glacio; crystallizo 1; (fig.) fingo 3; -lize vi in crystalla abeo, concresco 3; (fig.) formor 1, fingor 3; coalesco 3; -lization concretio; crystallizatio 1; (fig.) fictio (Lev.)

.chem crystal / crystallus, i f. (Helf.)

.chem crystalline / crystallinus [s.19] (Helf.)

.chem crystallization / in crystallos formare (v. formari); crystallizare* (Helf.)

.chem distillation / stillaticia expressio [Bacci]; destillatio [Latham] (HELF.)

.chem electrolysis electrolysis  (Lev.)

.chem element (chemical) / elementum (LRL)

.chem element / elementum (chemicum+) [s.17] (Helf.)

.chem emulsion / emulsio* [s.18] (Helf.)

.chem fume, vapor, exhalation / Ausdünstung: exhalatio [s.18]; effluvium [s.19] (Helf.)

.chem gas / gasium, aėriformis (v. aėria v. vaporalis) substantia (LRL)

.chem gas / gāsum [s.19; Vox Lat.] | ideal gas gasum ideale [Vox Lat.] | gaseous gasiformis* [s.19]; aeriformis [s.19]; gasosus [s.19] (Helf.)

.chem gas vapor, spiritus; -eous, -sy animalis; (fig.) effervescens, bulliens (Lev.)

.chem geochemistry / geochemīa [Latinitas] (Helf.)

.chem glucose, dextrose / Traubenzucker: glucōsium* [Bacci]; glycōsis, is f. [Berger]; dextrōsa* [Zlotnicki, Lex. Medicum, 1971]; dextrōsis, is* f. [Berger]; saccharum amylāceum* [Schulz] (Helf.)

.chem helium / hźlium [Latinitas] (Helf.)

.chem hermetically / hermetice* [s.17]; aeri non pervius [Latham] (Helf.)

.chem hydrocarbon / Kohlenwasserstoff: hydrocarboneum* [Vox Lat.] (Helf.)

.chem hydrogen / hydrogenium* [s.19] (Helf.)

.chem hydrogen / hydrogenium* [s.v. pH-Wert] (Helf.)

.chem hydrogen hydrogenium  (Lev.)

.chem inorganic / anorganicus* [s.19] (Helf.)

.chem inorganic inanimus; inorganicus  (Lev.)

.chem insoluble insolubilis, quod liquefieri non potest (Lev.)

.chem iodine / iodium* [s.19] (Helf.)

.chem litmus paper / charta exploratoria (caerulea) [Bauer] (Helf.)

.chem manganese / mangānum* [s.19] (Helf.)

.chem mercury / argentum vivum [Vitr.]; hydrargus [Plin. N.H.]; hydrargum; mercurius [s.19] (Helf.)

.chem mercury / mercurius (Helf.)

.chem methane / Erdgas, Methan: methanum* [Bacci] (Helf.)

.chem molecule / molecula (LRL)

.chem neutralize / neutralizare* [Soc. Lat.] (Helf.)

.chem nickel / nicolum* [s.18] (Helf.)

.chem niter nitrum, sal nitrum | nitrous nitrosus (Lev.)

.chem nitrogen / nitrogenium*; azōtum* [s.19] (Helf.)

.chem nitroglycerin / nitroglycerīnum* [Latinitas; Egger] (Helf.)

.chem osmosis / osmosis* [Vaczy, Lex. Bot. Polyglottum, 1980] | osmotic osmoticus* [Vaczy, Lex. Bot. Polyglottum, 1980] (Helf.)

.chem oxidation (iron) robigo; (copper) aerugo | oxidize vi in aeruguinem incido (Lev.)

.chem oxidation / oxydatio* [s.18] | oxidize oxydare* [s.18] (Helf.)

.chem oxygen / oxygenium (LRL) | oxygen mask / persona oxygenica (LRL)

.chem oxygen / oxygenium* [s.19] | oxygen deficiency deficentia oxygenii* [Zlotnicki, Lex. Medicum, 1971] | oxygen tent oxygenii* tabernaculum; tentorium oxygenicum* (Helf.)

.chem periodic system / systźma (elementorum) periodicum [Vox Lat.] (Helf.)

.chem petrochemical / petrochemicus* [Vox Lat.] (Helf.)

.chem pH value / pondus hydrogenii* [Vaczy, Lex. Bot. Polyglottum, 1980]; pretium pH* (HELF.)

.chem phosphorescent / phosphorescens* [s.19] | phosphorescence phosphorescentia* [s.18] (Helf.)

.chem phosphorus / phosphorum* [s.18] (Helf.)

.chem plutonium / plūtōnium [Latinitas] (Helf.)

.chem porosity / porositas+ [Latham; s.17] (Helf.)

.chem potassium kalium* [s.19] (Helf.)

.chem radium radium  (Lev.)

.chem reaction (phys) vis contraria (Lev.)

.chem saturated / saturatus [s.18] | saturation point punctum saturationis [s.18] (Helf.)

.chem soda nitrum (Lev.)

.chem sodium / natrium* (Helf.)

.chem solid (noun) / corpus solidum [s.18] (Helf.)

.chem soluble / dissolubilis | solubility dissolubilitas* [Bauer] (Helf.)

.chem strychnine / strychnīnum* [s.19] (Helf.)

.chem sulfur / sulphur, uris n. [s.18] (Helf.)

.chem synthesis (chemical) / synthesis chemicus+ [Latinitas] (Helf.)

.chem tannin, tannic acid / acidum tannicum* [s.19]; tannīnum [s.19] (Helf.)

.chem trace element / microelementum* [Zlotnicki, Lex. Medicum, 1971] (Helf.)

.chem tungsten / volframium*; wolframum* [Bernoulli] (Helf.)

.chem uranium / uranium* [s.19] (Helf.)

.chem valency / valentia [Vox Lat.] (Helf.)

.chem vaporize (intr.), evaporate / exhalari; in vapores transire [s.19] | vaporization, evaporation / exhalatio; vaporizatio* [Soc. Lat.] (Helf.)

.chem viscosity / viscositas+ [Latham] (Helf.)

.chem viscous / viscosus [Pallad.] (Helf.)

.chem vitriol / vitriolum+ [s.17; s.18] (Helf.)

.chem volatile / volatilis [s.18]; evanidus (Helf.)

.chin bonze / bonzius* [s.16] (Helf.)

.chin mandarin / mandarīnus* [s.17] (Helf.)

.chin pagoda / Indorum templum [Bacci]; pagōdus* [Kirsch] (Helf.)

.chin rice paddy / ager oryzae [Levine] (Helf.)

.chld adoption / adoptio (Helf.)

.chld baby bottle / Milschfläschchen: lagoenula+ suctoria* [Bauer] (Helf.)

.chld baby carriage / chiramaxium [Petr.]; vehiculum puerīle [Bauer] (Helf.)

.chld baby food / pappa [Varro]; <"the word with which infants call for food: cum cibum ac potionem buas ac papas vocent, Varr. ap. Non. 81, 4," LS> (Helf.)

.chld baby, infant, toddler / Kleinkind: infantulus [Apul.]; recens natus [s.18] -- Neugeborener: modo natus (v. genitus); neogenitus* [s.18]; neonatus* [s.18] (Helf.)

.chld balloon / pila ventaria* [s.16]; follis aerius (Helf.)

.chld bassinet cunae (Lev.)

.chld bib / Lätzchen: strophiolum [Pexenfelder, Apparatus, 1670] (Helf.)

.chld bib linteum pectorale, mappa (or fascia) pectoralis (Lev.)

.chld breat-feed / lactare [s.18]; suo (v. proprio) lacte alere [s.18] | breast-feeding lactatio [s.18] (Helf.)

.chld changeling / Wechselbalg: puer subditicius (v. suppositicius) [s.18] (Helf.)

.chld changing or breaking of boy's voice / mutatio; paraphonia* puberum [Zlotnicki, Lex. Medicum, 1971] | undergo the change of voice  hirquitallire <"entrer dans l'āge de puberté," Gaffiot; ex locis duobus, quibus usurpatum est (apud Festum et Censobinum), quidnam significaverit hoc glossema non facile colligi licet; verisimiliter idem fere ac "pubescere," ut Gaffiot> (Helf.)

.chld chaperon(e) paedagoga; tutrix; vt tueor 2 (Lev.)

.chld cradle cunae; cunabula; vt in bracchiis teneo, foveo 2 (Lev.)

.chld crib (baby) cunae; cunabula (Lev.)

.chld diaper (baby's) fasciae, panni infantiae; (fabric) textile scutulatum (Lev.)

.chld doll pupa; (fig.) Venus (Lev.)

.chld foster mother / educatrix et altrix; mater tutrix+ [s.18] (Helf.)

.chld godfather / Patenonkel: pater lustricus; compater, tris m. [Bembo]; patrīnus+ [DuCange; s.17] -- Taufpate: susceptor (baptismalis+) [s.17]; sponsor [Tert.] (Helf.)

.chld godmother / patrīna+ [DuCange] (Helf.)

.chld godson / filius spiritualis [Latham] (HELF.)

.chld high chair, child's chair, car seat / sella loricata [Bauer]; puerīlis cathedra [Bauer] (Helf.)

.chld lullaby / lallus [Auson.]; cantilźna [Bauer]; nźniola* [Pontano] (Helf.)

.chld lullaby lallum, querela <lallare, Jer.> (Lev.)

.chld nanny, au pair / Kindermädchen: gerula [Apul.; Vulg.]; cunaria [C.I.L.] (Helf.)

.chld nappies / incunabula n. pl.; fasciae f. pl. (Helf.)

.chld orphanage / orphanotrophźum [Cod. Just.] (Helf.)

.chld pacifier / sugitorium* [Bacci] (Helf.)

.chld pap (soft food) puls, paparium (Lev.)

.chld playground / locus ludicrus (v. lusorius) parvulorum [Eichenseer] (Helf.)

.chld plaything crepundia, ioculi, ludimentum (Lev.)

.chld rattle (toy) crepundia (Lev.)

.chld rock to sleep lallo et in cunis parvulum oscillo (Lev.)

.chld sing to sleep lallor 1 (Lev.)

.chld teddy bear / ursulus lusorius [Eichenseer] (Helf.)

.chld teen-ager adulescens (Lev.)

.chld top (spinning toy) / turbo, inis m.; gyraculum+ [Latham]; turbo puerorum [Descartes] (Helf.)

.chld twins: identical twins / gemini uniovulares* [Zlotnicki, Lex. Medicum, 1971] | Siamese twins / gemelli coaliti [s.18]; gemini diplosomatici* | fraternal twins / gemini biovulares* (Helf.)

.chld unborn / nondum natus; nasciturus (Helf.)

.chld wetnurse / nutrix (Helf.)

.chrc basilica / basilica [Sulp.] (Helf.)  ]]  public hall) basilica; (church) sacra aedes princeps (Lev.)

.chrc cathedral / aedes cathedralis [Georges]; ecclesia cathedralis [s.15] (Helf.)  ]]  ecclesia cathedralis, templum cathedrale (LRL)

.chrc chapel / aedicula; sacellum; capella+ [Latham; s.18] (Helf.)  ]]  sacellum, oratorium (LRL)  ]]  sacellum, aedicula; (private) sacrarium (Lev.)

.chrc chaplain / sacellanus, capellanus

.chrc choir or chancel (part of church) / chorus [Soc. Lat.] (Helf.)  ]]  absis, apsis (Lev.)

.chrc church / (building)  templum, ecclesia, aedes sacra; (the body of all Christians)  ecclesia

.chrc cloister (part of monastery, convent, church) / porticus quadrilatera; peristylum monchāle [Latinitas] (Helf.)  ]]  monasterium, coenobium; (portico) porticus (Lev.)

.chrc crypt / crypta, latebra (Lev.)

.chrc gargoyle / Wasserspeier: antefixa n. pl. [Liv. 34, 4, 4] (Helf.)  ]]  antefixa (Lev.)

.chrc nave / capsus [Greg. Tur.]; navis (Helf.)

.chrc pew / subsellium ecclesiasticum [s.18]; subsellium templi [s.18] (Helf.)  ]]  subsellium, sedile, sella (Lev.)

.chrc pulpit / pulpitum, rostra; (eccl.) cathedra (Lev.)  ]]  suggestum

.chrc sacrist(an) (charged with sacred vessels, vestments of church)  neocorus (Lev.)  ]]  aeditu(m)us, hierophylax

.chrc sacristy / sacrarium (Lev.) 

.chrc sanctuary / templum, fanum, penetralia (Lev.)

.chrc sexton, church custodian / Kirchendiener: aedituus; mansionarius -- Künster: aedituus; hierophylax, acis m. [Scaev. Dig.; s.17]; sacristanus+ [DuCange] (Helf.)  ]]  aeditimus, ostiarius (Lev.)

.chrc steeple, church tower, campanile / sacra campanaria (v. turris) (LRL)  ]]  turris (Lev.)

.chrc transept / capsus transversus (Helf.)

.chrs Antichrist / Antichristus (Lev.)

.chrs apocrypha / libri falso inscripti; (eccl.) libri apocrypha | apocryphal  commenticius, subditivus; (eccl.) apocryphus (Lev.)

.chrs ark (boat) / cymba; Ark of the Covenant area foederis (or testimonii or testamenti) (Lev.)

.chrs ark: Noah's ark: Arca Nōź (v. Noae v. Noachi) [s.17] (Helf.)  ]]  arca (Lev.)

.chrs ascension of Christ / ascensio Domini (Helf.)

.chrs baptism / baptisma, atis; baptismus (Helf.)  ]]  sacra ablutio; baptisma, baptismum; baptismus (Lev.)

.chrs baptistery / baptisterium (Lev.)

.chrs baptize / baptizo, tingo, munere divinitatis abluo; (name) nomen indo (or do) (Lev.)  ]]  be baptized: baptismum percipere [Aug.] (Helf.) 

.chrs Beatitudes / beatitudines sermonis montani [Acta Apost. Sedis, s.20] (Helf.)

.chrs Bible, Holy Scripture / scriptura sacra (Helf.)  ]]  (Christian) Biblia (Sacra); (sacred book) libri (sacri) (Lev.)

.chrs biblical / (of the Bible) ad biblia pertinens; (according to) bibliis congruens, secundum biblia (Lev.)

.chrs Calvary / Calvaria (Lev.)

.chrs catacomb / catacumba [s.18] (Helf.)

.chrs chaplain / (at gatherings) curio; (institution) publicus sacerdos (Lev.)

.chrs cherub / cherub indecl (Lev.)

.chrs christen / baptizo; rite abluo | christening  baptisma, baptismus, baptismum (Lev.)

.chrs Christian / Christianus, Christifidelis

.chrs Christianity / Christianitas, Christianismus

.chrs clergy / clerus (Lev.)

.chrs clergyman sacerdos; clericus (Lev.)

.chrs clerical (eccl.) / sacerdotalis; clericalis (Lev.)

.chrs communion wine / vinum missarium+ (Helf.)

.chrs communion, eucharist, Lord's Supper / sacra cena [s.17]; cena dominica [s.17]; sacra synaxis [Erasmus] | take communion, partake in the Lord's Supper  sacrae synaxi adesse [Kirsch]; ad mensam sacram accedere (Helf.)  ]]  communio, eucharistia, cena Domini (Lev.)

.chrs confessor / confessarius+ [DuCange]; qui est confessionibus [Freire, Conversaēaõ, 1960] (Helf.)

.chrs council (church), synod / synodus, concilium (Lev.)

.chrs creed, credo / formula (v. regula) fidei; symbolum fidei [eccl.] | Apostolic Creed symbolum apostolicum [eccl.] (Helf.)  ]]  religio; (fig.) opinio, sententia (Lev.)

.chrs crucificion / supplicium crucis; crucifixio (Lev.)

.chrs crucifix / imago Christi cruci affixi (Lev.)  ]]  crucifixi imago

.chrs crucify / cruci suffigo (or affigo); in crucem ago (or do or tollo); (torture) (ex)crucio (Lev.)

.chrs crusade (religious revival) / instauratio religionis (Lev.)

.chrs deacon / diaconus (Lev.)

.chrs demon / daemon, daemonium; (fig.) malum (or ferox) ingenium (Lev.)  ]]  cacodaemon

.chrs devil / böser Geist: genius malus [Erasmus]; spiritus malignus (v. malus) [s.17]; cacodaemōn, ōnis m. -- Teufel: diabolus [s.18] (Helf.)  ]]  daemon, daemonium; (fig.) scelestus, sceleratus; the - diabolus; -'s advocate advocatus diaboli  (Lev.)

.chrs disciple / (as)sectator; (Christ's) discipulus (Lev.)

.chrs Flood (biblical), deluge / diluvium (Noachici*) [s.16] (Helf.)  ]]  diluvium, inundatio; (eccl.) baptisma mundi (Lev.)

.chrs gospel / evangelium (Helf.)

.chrs halo / corona, nimbus, aura (Lev.)

.chrs heaven / caelum; (Christian) caeli (Lev.)

.chrs heaven: paradise / paradisus; (place of happiness) beatorum sedes (Lev.)

.chrs hell / inferi, Orcus; Tartarus, infernae tenebrae (poet); (eccl.) Gehenna | hellish, infernal  infernus, Tartareus; (evil) impius, nefarius, nefandus (Lev.)

.chrs Holy Ghost, Holy Spirit / Spiritus Sanctus (Lev.)

.chrs host (eccl.) / hostia (Lev.)

.chrs hymnbook / canticorum liber [Bauer]; hymniarium* [Kirsch] (Helf.)

.chrs icon / effigies sacra, icon (Lev.)

.chrs Last Judgment / iudicium novissimum [Latham]; iudicium pantocriticum* [s.17; Bauer]; iudicium oecumenicum+ [Bauer]; iudicium suprźmum [Latham] (HELF.)

.chrs Last Supper / Christi cena Domini [?], cenaculum (Helf.)

.chrs laying on of hands (in ordination ceremony) / impositio manuum [Aug.] (Helf.)

.chrs layman / laicus

.chrs litany (reponsive prayer) / litanīa [Sidon.] (Helf.)

.chrs Lord’s Prayer / precatio dominica; oratio dominica [Latham; s.18]; pater noster [Latham] (Helf.)  ]]  Pater Noster (Lev.)  ]]  Oratio Dominica (Erasmus)

.chrs manna / manna [Hier.] (Helf.)  ]]  manna indecl; (fig.) gratia insperata (Lev.)

.chrs Messiah / Messias (ae), rerum labentum restitutor, renovationis mirus auctor (LRL)  ]]  Messias (Lev.)

.chrs Messianic / messianicus

.chrs minister or pastor (Protestant) / pastor (evangelico-lutheranus+); protestantium pastor [Freire, Conversaēaõ, 1960] (Helf.)  ]]  (divini) verbi minister (Luther, etc.)

.chrs minister: parson / sacerdos, antistes sacrorum | parsonage  antistitis domus (Lev.)  ]]  parochus

.chrs minister: pastor / curator animarum [Latham] (Helf.)  ]]  pastor, sacerdos (Lev.)

.chrs minsiter: vicar (eccl.) / sacerdos (Lev.)

.chrs mission, missionary post / (sacra) missio

.chrs missionary missionarius+ [Soc. Lat.] (Helf.)  ]]  propagator fidei (Lev.)  ]]   missionalis

.chrs New Testament / Testamentum Novum (Lev.)

.chrs preach / praedicare; contionari (Erasmus)

.chrs preach: sermon, homily / oratio sacra [Kirsch]; contio [s.17]; praedicatio (Helf.)  ]]  homilia, sacra sermocinatio, sermo (habitus ad populum) (LRL)  ]]  contio, oratio, sermo; -ize  contionor, sermocinor (Lev.)

.chrs preacher / contionator [s.17] (Helf.)  ]]  contionator (Erasmus)

.chrs proselytizing / proselytismus* (religiosus) [s.18] (Helf.)

.chrs provost / Probst: praepositus (ecclesiae) (Helf.)

.chrs Roman Catholic / Catholicus, Apostolicus, Romanus (Lev.)

.chrs sect, denomination / Konfession: confessio ecclesialis+ [Vox Lat.] (Helf.)  ]]  secta, schola | denominational  ad morem sectae | sectarian  unae [sic] sectae favens, factiosus (Lev.)

.chrs sect: Anabaptist / rebaptizator [Aug.]; anabaptista [s.16] (Helf.)

.chrs sect: Calvinist / Calvinianus* [s.17]; Calvinista* [s.18];, | Calvinism  Calvinismus* [s.17] | Calvinistic  Calvinianus* [s.16] (Helf.)

.chrs sect: evangelical Protestantism / fides (v. ecclesia) evangelica [s.v. evangelisch-lutherish]; fides evangelico-lutherana* [s.v. Konfession] (Helf.)

.chrs sect: Huguenot / Hugonota, ae* m. [s.17] (Helf.)

.chrs sect: interdenominational / inter sectas (Lev.)

.chrs sect: Lutheran / Lutheranus (Lev.)

.chrs sect: Mennonite / Mennonista* [s.18] (Helf.)

.chrs sect: Messianic / messianicus* [s.19] | messianism  messianismus* [Vox Lat.] (Helf.)

.chrs sect: Methodist / methodista* [s.19; Bauer] (Helf.)

.chrs sect: milennialism / chiliasmus* [s.17] | milennarian  chiliasticus* [s.17] (Helf.)

.chrs sect: pietist / pietista* [s.18] | pietistic  pietisticus* [s.18] | pietism  pietismus* [s.18] (Helf.)

.chrs sect: Presbyterian / presbyterianus (Lev.)

.chrs sect: Protestant   adj. / protestans; protestanticus* [Bauer; Latinitas]; acatholicus* [s.15] (Helf.)  ]]  protestanticus (LRL)

.chrs sect: Protestant  subst. / protestans, antis m. [s.16] (Helf.)  ]]  protestans (LRL)

.chrs sect: Protestantism / protestantismus* [s.19]; (Helf.)  ]]  protestantismus (LRL)  ]]  ecclesia reformata

.chrs sect: puritan / puritanus* [s.17] | puritanism puritanismus* [s.17] (Helf.)

.chrs sect: Quaker / tremulus [s.17]; Qua(c)kerus* [s.17] (Helf.)  ]]  Quakerus (LRL) | adj.  Quakerianus (LRL)

.chrs sect: Quakerism / quakerismus* [s.17] (Helf.)

.chrs sect: quietist / quietista* m. [s.17] | quietism  quietismus* [s.17] (Helf.)

.chrs sect: Reformation / religionis reformatio; reformatio evangelica [s.17]; reformatio Lutheri; reformatio sacrorum [s.19]; reformatio Lutherana [s.17]; reformatio evangelico-lutherana* [Vox Lat.] | since the Reformation  post reformatam ecclesiam [s.19] (Helf.)

.chrs sect: reformed / evangelico-reformatus* [Georges] (Helf.)

.chrs sect: Rosicrucian / Frater Rosae Crucis [s.17]; Rosaecruciani* m. pl. [s.18] (Helf.)

.chrs sect: Unitarianism / unitarismus* [Bartal] (Helf.)

.chrs sect: Waldensians / Valdenses [DuCange; s.17] (Helf.)

.chrs sectarian / sectarius+ [Latham]; sectalis* [Latham] (HELF.)

.chrs seraphic / angelicus, sublimis | seraphim  seraphin indecl (Lev.)

.chrs sermon on the mount / sermo in monte [Aug.]; sermo montanus [Acta Apost. Sedis, s.20] (Helf.)

.chrs service (church), worship / liturgia, divinus cultus, divinum officium (LRL)  ]]  sacra, cultus dei (Lev.)

.chrs Ten Commandments / decalogus [Tert.; s.17]; decem praecepta decalogi [Kirsch]; decem praecepta Dei [Kirsch] (Helf.)  ]]  decalogus (Lev.)

.chrs tithe / decima pars | vb  decimam pendo (Lev.)

.chrs Trinity (eccl.) / trinitas (Lev.)

.chrs virgin birth / partus virgineus [s.17] (Helf.)

.chrs Vulgate / Vulgata versio+ (v. editio) [s.17] (Helf.)  ]]  Biblia editionis Vulgatae (Lev.)

.cine Academy Award, Oscar / praemium Ansgarianum l, (Helf.)

.cine animated cartoon / cinematographica* pellicula picturata [Eichenseer] (Helf.)

.cine animated cartoon / pellicula picturata (Alb. I)

.cine be playing (of movie) / praeberi, exhiberi (Alb. I)

.cine camera-man / (exceptor) cinematographicus* [Eichenseer] (Helf.)

.cine cartoon (movies) imagines ridiculae pictae animataeque (Lev.)

.cine cinema ars cinematographica  (Lev.)

.cine detective movie / pellicula criminalis (Alb. I)

.cine documentary / (cinematographica*) pellicula documentaria* (v. documentalis*) [Eichenseer] (Helf.)

.cine documentary film / pellicula documentaria (v. documentalis) (Alb. I)

.cine dub (movie) / voces transmutare (LRL) | dubbing / vocum transmutatio (LRL)

.cine extra (movie), supernumerary / persona muta [Cic.; s.19] (Helf.)

.cine flashback veteris memoriae recordatio (Lev.)

.cine motion picture cinematographicus ludus , picturae mobiles (Lev.)

.cine movie camera / cintematographica machinula, machinula imaginibus captandis (LRL)

.cine movie theater, cinema / cinematographeum (LRL); theatrum cinematographicum (CL)

.cine movie theater, cinema / cinematographźum* [Acta Apost. Sedis, s.20]; theatrum cinematicum* [Soc. Lat.]; cinematźum [Vox Lat.]; cinźma, atis n. [Soc. Lat.] (Helf.)

.cine movie, film / pellicula (cinematographica), taenia (v. taeniola) visifica, horama (LRL)

.cine movie, film / pellicula (cinematographica*) [Soc. Lat.]; taeniola (cinematographica*) [Acta Apost. Sedis, s.20] | adj cinematographicus | to film vb cinematographare* [Vita Latina] | movie director dispositor (cinematographicus) [Eichenseer] | movie studio technyphion cinematographicum [Eichenseer] | film festival festivalia+ cinematographica* [Eichenseer] | showing of film spectaculum cinematographicum* [Latinitas]; ludus cinematographicus* [Acta Apost. Sedis, s.20]; taeniolarum effectio et exhibitio [Acta Apost. Sedis, s.20] (Helf.)

.cine preview spectaculum in antecessum datum (Lev.)

.cine preview, trailer / Programmvorshau: praenuntiatio programmatis [Eichenseer] (Helf.)

.cine screen (movie) album cinematicum; the - ars cinematica (Lev.)

.cine screenplay, script (of film) / scriptum scaenarium [Eichenseer] (Helf.)

.cine sequel, following episode / Fortsetzung: continuatio (Helf.)

.cine slow motion / cinematographicum* sufflāmen; motio tardata (Helf.)

.cine star / Diva: diva (cinematographica*) (Helf.)

.cine still (still photograph) /

.city (of land) agellus (Lev.)

.city alley (street) angiportus; (park) xystus ni; blind - fundula t (Lev.)

.city aqueduct aquaeductus, aquae (or aquarum) ductus (Lev.)

.city avenue, boulevard, major street / Korso: cursus, ūs; via principalis [Soc. Lat.] (Helf.)

.city barricade / saepimentrum tumultuarium [Egger]; munitio levis [Apinus, Glossarium, 1728] (Helf.)

.city block (city) / insula (LRL)

.city block] square (city block) vicus <insula> (Lev.)

.city boardwalk ambulatio contabulata (in litore) (Lev.)

.city botanical garden / hortus botanicus (eccl.)

.city boulevard platea, via lata, primaria urbis via (Lev.)

.city breakwater / moles fluctifraga [Soc. Lat.]; probolus* [Kirsch] (Helf.)

.city breakwater moles opposita fluctibus (Lev.)

.city business district / regio mercatoria (Ciar.)

.city bypass circuitus; - vt ambio 4, circumeo, praetereo irr (Lev.)

.city castle castellum; turris; (citadel) arx; (Lev.)

.city cemetery / coemeterium, sepulcretum, sacer campus, locus sepulcralis (v. sepulcrorum), necroplis, mortuis servandis campus (LRL)

.city cobblestone saxum pavimenti (Lev.)

.city coliseum amphitheatrum; circus (Lev.)

.city compound (place) saeptum (Lev.)

.city crossroads compitum, quadrivium (Lev.)

.city curbstone crepido (Lev.)

.city dead-end street] one-way street (cul-de-sac) fundula (Lev.)

.city dead-end-street] pocket (cul-de-sac) fundula (Lev.)

.city dike (trench) fossa, scrobis; (dam) agger, moles (Lev.)

.city ditch fossa 1; scrobis; (water) incile (Lev.)

.city downtown / media urbs (LRL)

.city downtown adv (motion) in (or ad) forum; (location) in foro; go - in forum descendo; - forensis; - forum (Lev.)

.city drain (channel) cloaca, fossa, emissarium; canalis; -age (river) derivatio; (sewers) cloacae | drainpipe canalis (Lev.)

.city drawbridge catar(r)acta; pons versatilis (Lev.)

.city fairground / area festiva; pratum festivum [Eichenseer] (Helf.)

.city fountain / silanus (Alb. I)

.city garbage dump / depositorium purgamentorum [s.v. Atommüll] (Helf.)

.city ghost town / urbs deserta [Blaise, 1955, 1975] (Helf.)

.city ghost town urbs deserta (Lev.)

.city hydrant / aquae fistula [Bacci]; fistula hydraulica [Bacci] (Helf.)

.city incinerator receptaculum cremandi (Lev.)

.city lamppost / palus lanternarius [Eichenseer] (Helf.)

.city lamppost pila lanternae affixa (Lev.)

.city lane semita, angiportus, limes, via angusta (Lev.)

.city lock (waterway) agger (Lev.)

.city lookout (tower) specula (Lev.)

.city lot (land) ager, campus, agella 1 (Lev.)

.city main (conduit) fistula, canalis <aquae ductus> (Lev.)

.city megalopolis, large urban area / megalopolis, is f. | (adj) megalopolitanus [s.19] (Helf.)

.city metropolis urbs magna; metropolis | metropolitan metropolitanus, urbanus (Lev.)

.city metropolitan area / territorium urbis (Helf.)

.city neighborhood / vicus, regio, urbis pars (LRL); vicinum (CL)

.city one-way street via cursus unici (Lev.)

.city park / hortus, consaeptum (LRL); viridarium (Alb. I)

.city park / virid(i)arium [Suet.]; nemus, oris n. (Helf.)

.city park horti publici, saeptum, pratum (Lev.)

.city park: playground / campus lusorius (Ciar.)

.city park: see-saw / tolleno [s.18] (Helf.)

.city park: swing (in playground) / oscillum (Alb. I)

.city parkway via per hortos publicos <via silvestris> (Lev.)

.city passageway angiportus, via angusta; commeatus (Lev.)

.city pile of rubble / rudera n. pl.; ruderźtum* [s.18]; rudźtum* [Kirsch] (Helf.)

.city playground campus lusorius (Lev.)

.city pontoon ponto (Lev.)

.city pylon (support) columna, columen (Lev.)

.city quay / crepido (inis), margo (LRL)

.city quay / crepido, inis f.; murus fluctibus obiectus [Apinus, Glossarium, 1728] (Helf.)

.city quay crepido, (Lev.)

.city reservoir cisterna, puteus; lacus <nymphaeum> (Lev.)

.city sewage sentina | sewer cloaca (Lev.)

.city sewage, waste / Abwasser: defluvium (fabricarum) sl, (Helf.)

.city sidewalk / crepido (inis) (LRL)

.city sidewalk / crepīdo viaria [Eichenseer]; trames, itis m. (Helf.)

.city sidewalk viae margo, ambulatio, ambulacrum (Lev.)

.city slum / regio egźna [Vox Lat.]; tuguriopolis* [Latinitas] (Helf.)

.city slum, shanty-town, Hooverville / tuguripolis, casopolis (LRL)

.city square (open space) trivium; area, platea (Lev.)

.city square / area [s.v. Roter Platz] (Helf.)

.city square / forum (LRL); platea (Vulgate)

.city street / via, strata (LRL) | local street / via secundaria (Alb. I)

.city street light / lanterna [Plaut.] (Helf.)

.city street via; (residential) vicus; (by-way) semita (Lev.)

.city street, cross- / via transversa (Helf.)

.city street, dead end / fundula [Varro] (Helf.)

.city street, side / via secundaria [Scheller, Lexicon, 1783] (Helf.)

.city street-cleaner purgator viarum  (Lev.)

.city subdivision (of land) segmentum (Lev.)

.city suburb / suburbium (LRL)

.city suburb / suburbium | suburban / suburbanus; suburbicarius [Cod. Theod.] (Helf.)

.city suburb suburbium, continentia urbis; -an suburbanus (Lev.)

.city tenement insula (Lev.)

.city thoroughfare (highway) trivium, pervium (Lev.)

.city town hall curia (Lev.)

.city triumphal arch / arcus (triumphalis) [s.18] (Helf.)

.city two-way bivius  (Lev.)

.city ward (district) vicus, regio (Lev.)

.city watchtower specula (Lev.)

.city waterworks aquae ductus (Lev.)

.city wharf crepido, navale (Lev.)

.city windmill / mola alata [Comenius]; mola pneumatica [s.18; Bartal]; molendīnum ventivolum+ [s.13]; molendīnum pneumaticum [s.18]; ventimolīna* [Eichenseer] (Helf.)

.city windmill molae vento actae (Lev.)

.city zoo / zoologischer Garten: hortus zoologicus* [Eichenseer]; therotrophīum [Varro]; zoologicum* virid(i)arium [Bacci] -- Tiergarten: vivarium [Plin. N.H.; s.18]; therotrophīum [Varro]; damarium* [Latham] (HELF.)

.city zoo horti zoologici  (Lev.)

.city zoo, menagerie / theriotrophium (LRL); hortum zoologicum (Alb. I)

.city zoo: menagerie vivarium (Lev.)

.clas attendance, poor, absence from classes / defectus assiduitatis (eccl.)

.clas class, lecture, lecture class / acroasis, auditio, disputatio, dissertatio, praelectio, lectio

.clas curriculum, course of study / studiorum cursus (v. curriculum) (eccl.)

.clas fail (teacher as subj.) improbare, reprobare (LRL) | (student as subj.) improbari, reprobari (LRL)

.clas give lectures / lectiones habere (v. prosequi) (eccl.)

.clas grade (for class) / suffragium scholasticum (LRL); progressūs testificatio (eccl.)

.clas grade (US), mark (Br.) / puncta credita [Latinitas] (Helf.)

.clas homework, assignment, paper / pensum scholasticum, commentatio scholastica (LRL)

.clas miss classes, have poor attendance / scholas intermittere (eccl.)

.clas notes (for class) / adversaria (scholastica) (n. pl.) (Ciar.)

.clas oral examination probatio praesens (Lev.)

.clas pass (exam) feliciter evado (Lev.)

.clas pass (teacher as subj.) approbare (eccl.) | (student as subj.) / approbari (eccl.)

.clas pass test / periculum superare (v. evincere v. eluctari) [Bacci] (Helf.)

.clas seminar, discussion class / colloquium

.clas test (scholastic), exam / studiorum periculum (Ciar.); experimentum, examen (eccl.)

.clas test, exam / Prüfung: examen [Heyse, Fremdwörterbuch, s.19]; periculum [Bacci; Latinitas]; experimentum [Freire, Conversaēaõ, 1960] | oral exam periculum vivā voce factum [Latinitas]; examen orale+ [Vox Lat.] | examiner examinator [Amm.] | exam-taker discipulus petītor [Latinitas] (Helf.)

.clas test: cf. essay exam / dissertationum examen (eccl.)

.clas test: cf. oral exam / verbale examen (eccl.)

.clas textbook / cursus (typis impressus), tractatus (eccl.)

.cloc alarm clock / excitatorium [s.v. Reisewecker] (Helf.)

.cloc alarm clock / horologium excitatorium (Alb. I)

.cloc alarm clock / horologium excitatorium [Latham]; suscitabulum (aereum) [s.18] | set the alarm clock / obicem infigere (ad horam quartam) [Vives] (Helf.)

.cloc alarm clock horologium expergificum  (Lev.)

.cloc alarm: set the alarm for 6am / horologium ad horam sextam praedisponere (Alb. I)

.cloc clock (water) horologium, clepsydra; (mech) horae <automatum, RL> (Lev.)

.cloc clock / horologium | (as measure of time granted speaker) / clepsydra / the clock is right / horologium in actu est (Alb. I) | the clock is wrong / horologium aberrat (v. mentitur) (Alb. I) | the clock is fast / horologium ocius (v. velocius) movetur (Alb. I) | the clock is slow / horologium retardatur (Alb. I) | set (a clock) ordinare, temperare (Alb. I) | stop (of clock) subsistere (Alb. I)

.cloc clock is striking one / prima hora audītur [Bauer] (Helf.)

.cloc clockwise adv dextro(vo)rsum, dextrorsus (Lev.)

.cloc counterclockwise adv contra solis cursum (Lev.)

.cloc crystal (watch) vitreum scaphium (Lev.)

.cloc dial discus; (clock) horae (Lev.)

.cloc dial or face (of clock, watch) / tabula horaria [Bartal] (Helf.)

.cloc grandfather clock / horologium sonōrum [Bauer]; horologium stativum (Helf.)

.cloc hand (of clock) / index (horarius); manus [Erasmus] (Helf.)

.cloc hand, minute / index minutarum [Eichenseer] (Helf.)

.cloc hour hand gnomon <index> (Lev.)

.cloc hourglass horae 1, horologium (Lev.)

.cloc pendulum / perpendiculum [Latham]; pendulum [DuCange; s.18] (Helf.)

.cloc pendulum libramentum; (clock) oscillum (Lev.)

.cloc stopwatch / chronoscopium* (Helf.)

.cloc striking of clock / ictus horologii [Latham] (HELF.)

.cloc sundial / (horologium) solarium [Plin. N.H.; s.19]; horologium solare [s.16] (Helf.)

.cloc sundial solarium, sciothericon, scaphe  (Lev.)

.cloc timepiece horae, horologium (Lev.)

.cloc wall clock / horologium parietarium; horologium pensile [Freire, Conversaēaõ, 1960] (Helf.)

.cloc watch (timepiece) / horologium armillare (v. gestabile) (Alb. I)

.cloc watch (timepiece) horarium (Lev.)

.cloc watch / horologium portatile+ [s.18]; horologium gestabile [Vox Lat.] (Helf.)

.cloc watch, quartz / horologium quarzicum (Alb. I)

.cloc watch, wrist- / horologium armillare+ [Eichenseer]; <"brachiale" potius; "armillare" spectat ad id quod prope armum, hoc est ad cubitum, gestatur.> (Helf.)

.cloc watch: glance at one’s watch / horologium inspicere (CL)

.cloc waterproof aquae impervius (Lev.)

.cloc watertight aquae impervius (Lev.)

.cloc wind watch (or clock) / attrahere hōrologium [Bartal]; intendere hōrologium [Mir, 1970, 1986] (Helf.)

.clth broadcloth (cotton) lźve ac tenue textile ex xylino factum (or gossipinum); (wool) lźve ac densum textile laneum (Lev.)

.clth brocade / opus plumarium [Vulg.]; textile aureum (v. argenteum) [Pomey, Indiculus, 1688]; pannus brocatus+ [DuCange; Soc. Lat.] (Helf.)

.clth brocade Attalicae vestes; sericum auro vel argento intertextum; depicta gemmataque tela (Lev.)

.clth burlap / pannus saccīnus <"i" correptum potius; videsis quae s.v. "saccharine" scripsi> (Helf.)

.clth calico / pannus calicutianus* [s.18] (Helf.)

.clth canvas (flax) linteum (crassum); linum; (hemp) cannabina tela; (for sails) carbasus, carbaseum velum (Lev.)

.clth canvas / tela cannabina [Soc. Lat.]; pannus cannabinus [Soc. Lat.] (Helf.)

.clth cashmere (wool) lana carminata; (cloth) textile molle ex lana factum (Lev.)

.clth cheesecloth tenue xylinum (Lev.)

.clth chiffon textile Sericum (or bombycinum) pellucidumque (Lev.)

.clth cloth, fabric, material, textiles / Gewebe: tźla -- Stoff (Gewebe): textum -- Textilien: textilia n. pl. [Liv.; Plin. N.H.];  <textilium genera recensentur SL 47, 17-18> (Helf.)

.clth cloth, fabric, woven material / textile, pannus

.clth coarse, bristly / solox, ocis [Lucil. ap. Fest.] (Helf.)

.clth cordovan [a fine-grained, colored leather] aluta tenuiter confecta (Lev.)

.clth corduroy textile crassum et striatum (Lev.)

.clth cotton / (linum) xylinum [Plin.] | adj xylinus [Ki, Ba] | (plant) gossypinus f. [Plin.]; xylon [Plin.] (Helf.)

.clth cotton / linum xylinum (LRL); gossypium (Pliny, ecc.) | (adj.) linteus, gossypinus (LRL)

.clth cotton gossypi(n)um, xylinum; (plant) xylon, gossypion, lanigera arbor; (cloth) textilia xylina, linum xylinum; xlyinus; - mill officina xylina  (Lev.)

.clth cotton wad (as in aspirine bottle) / coacta (v. coactilia) gossypina (n. pl.), tomentum gossypinum (LRL)

.clth crape textile crispum (Lev.)

.clth crźpe (sort of cloth) / crispum [Latham]; tela crispa | crźpe paper charta crispa [Vita Latina] (Helf.)

.clth factory, textile / fabrica textilium (v. textoria) [Eichenseer] (Helf.)

.clth felt coacta; gausapa; coactilia (Lev.)

.clth flannel / laneus pannus (tenuior) [Heyse, Fremdwörterbuch, s.19]; flanellum* [s.18] (Helf.)

.clth flannel textile ex lana solutius factum (Lev.)

.clth frieze (cloth) gausapa (Lev.)

.clth fur pellis (LRL) | (adj.) / pelliceus | fur coat / vestis pellicea (LRL)

.clth furrier / pellio (onis) (LRL) | fur shop / pellionis (v. pelliaria) taberna (LRL)

.clth gauze / pannus Gazensis (Helf.)

.clth gauze sindon, coa pl, textum subtile (Lev.)

.clth gossamer / fila divae virginis [Haas, Handwörterbuch, 1808] (Helf.)

.clth haircloth cilicium (Lev.)

.clth hemp / cannabis, is f. (Helf.)

.clth hemp cannabis; - cannabinus (Lev.)

.clth indigo / indicum [Plin. N.H.] | (indigo blue) (color) indicus [Latham] (HELF.)

.clth knitting, crocheting / Häkelarbeit: textum reticulatum; craticulatus+ labor [Bauer] -- Strickerei: opus reticulatum [Bauer] (Helf.)

.clth lace / opus reticulatum [Latham]; opus denticulatum [Soc. Lat.]; fabrica denticularia* [Bauer] (Helf.)

.clth leather / corium | (adj.) coriaceus, scorteus

.clth line (a garment) / pannum insutum reddere; subtegere [Aug.] (Helf.)

.clth linen / linum | (adj.) linteus

.clth linen linteum, linum, carbasus; (collectively) lintea; - linteus (Lev.)

.clth lining / pannus insūtus [Bauer] (Helf.)

.clth linseed lini semen (or granum); - oil (ex lini semine) oleum (Lev.)

.clth loom / iugum; machina textoria [s.18] (Helf.)

.clth muslin / lana mossulīna* [Soc. Lat.] (Helf.)

.clth muslin / pannus mollior [Bauer] (Helf.)

.clth muslin carbasus, sindon (Lev.)

.clth nylon / materia plastica nailonensis (LRL) | (adj.) nailonensis (LRL); naelonicus (Alb. I)

.clth nylon / Nylon: nylonium* -- Perlon (a synethic fabric similar to nylon): tela perlonica* [Eichenseer] | made of nylon nylonius* (Helf.)

.clth patch / aufgesetzter Flicken: assumentum [Vulg.]; insumentum [Itala] -- Riester: pittacium [Vulg.]; <"patch on garment or shoe: calceamenta pittaciis consuta, Vulg. Josh. 9, 5," LS> (Helf.)

.clth pelt pellis; (as garment) mastruca; - vt iacto, lapido, verbero (Lev.)

.clth plaid / pannus laculatus [Bacci] (Helf.)

.clth pleated / pressu plicatus [Soc. Lat.] (Helf.)

.clth poplin / lana pāpalīna* [Soc. Lat.] (Helf.)

.clth poplin / papalīnum* [Soc. Lat.] (Helf.)

.clth rag pannus; (fragment) frustum, scruta (Lev.)

.clth rayon / lāna synthetica* [Vox Lat.]; lāna facticia (Helf.)

.clth satin / pannus rasus [Latham] (HELF.)

.clth satin serica; - sericus; (fig.) mollis, lenis, politus (Lev.)

.clth seam / sutura (Helf.)

.clth seamless / inconsutilis [Vulg.] (Helf.)

.clth serge / sargium+ [Latham] (HELF.)

.clth sewing machine / apparatus suendo (CL)

.clth shuttle (of loom) / radius; navicula (Helf.)

.clth silk (cloth) / tela serica | silk garment vestis (holo)serica [Lampr.] | silk stocking tibialia serica (Helf.)

.clth silk / bombyx (ycis) (Pliny) | (adj.) sericus (LRL); bombycinus (Martial, Erasmus)

.clth silk serica pl, bombyx; -en, -y sericus, bombycinus | silkworm bombyx (Lev.)

.clth silkworm / bombyx, ycis m. [s.17] (Helf.)

.clth suede / Velours: velludellum+ [DuCange]; vellutum+ (Helf.)

.clth synthetic fiber / fibra facticia [Vox Lat.] (Helf.)

.clth synthetic fiber / fibra synthetica* (Helf.)

.clth taffeta serica lucida (Lev.)

.clth tailor, seamstress / sartor; vestifica [C.I.L.] | tailor's shop vestificīna [Tert.] (Helf.)

.clth tarpaulin / linteum picatum [Latham] (HELF.)

.clth tarpaulin stragulum; integumenturn; (awning) velarium (Lev.)

.clth tarpaulin, piece of canvas / Zeltbahn, Zeltplane: pellis tentoria; velum; aulaeum (Helf.)

.clth tartan textile scutulatum Scoticum (Lev.)

.clth thread (of fabric) filum, linum, licium; (of web) stamen, aranea (Lev.)

.clth tissue (cloth) textile tenue (Lev.)

.clth tulle / textūra tullensis* [Soc. Lat.] (Helf.)

.clth twine linea (Lev.)

.clth velvet / vellūtum+; velvźtum+ [Latham]; examitum+ (Helf.)

.clth velvet / Velvet, Baumvollsamt: vellutum+ xylinum [Soc. Lat.] (Helf.)

.clth velvet vellus bombycinum (Lev.)

.clth weaver / textor (Helf.)

.clth wool, virgin / lana tonsa [Bauer] (Helf.)

.clth yarn netus, filum laneum (Lev.)

.cnst cabinet-maker / Kunsttischler: intestinarius [Cod. Theod.] <spectat hoc ad "inlaid work" (Helf.)

.cnst cabinetmaker faber intestinarius (Lev.)

.cnst cabinet-maker, furniture-maker, carpenter / Schreiner: faber scrinarius -- Tischler: (faber) scrinarius; lignarius (Helf.)

.cnst carpenter faber tignarius, lignarius | carpentry materiaria fabrica, materiatura fabrilis (Lev.)

.cnst coating / instratum [Vox Lat.] (Helf.)

.cnst craftsman / Handwerker: faber, bri m.; opifex, icis m. (Helf.)

.cnst demolition worker / subrutor [C.I.L.] (Helf.)

.cnst excavate, dredge / excavare [Bacci] (Helf.)

.cnst filing limatio; -s scobis (Lev.)

.cnst glue, wood / glutinum solubile [Vox Lat.] (Helf.)

.cnst handicrafts, hand-made goods / opera manualia [Kirsch]; merces manu factae [Acta Apost. Sedis, s.20] (Helf.)

.cnst handyman, do-it-yourselfer / Handlanger: manuarius [Laber.] -- Heimwerker: auturgus* [Kirsch] (Helf.)

.cnst housepainter / dealbator (Helf.)

.cnst hydraulic / hydraulicus [Vitr.; s.18] (Helf.)

.cnst insulation / insulatio* (Helf.)

.cnst jack-of-all trades / Hans Dampf: ardalio, onis m. [Phaedr.]; omnis Minervae homo [Petr.]; myriotechnītes, ae* m. [Bauer] (Helf.)

.cnst lacquer resina temeto soluta-, - vt resinā obduco (Lev.)

.cnst logger lignator (Lev.)

.cnst lumberjack lignator, lignarius (Lev.)

.cnst lumberyard horreum lignarium (Lev.)

.cnst mason lapicida, lapidarius; -ry opus lapidarium, saxa  (Lev.)

.cnst mason, bricklayer / caementarius; murarius+ [DuCange] (Helf.)

.cnst mortar calx harenata, mortarium (Lev.)

.cnst overhaul, repair / reparatio (Helf.)

.cnst pave, cobble / pflastern: lapide (con)sternere [Cato; Plin. N.H.]; saxo sternere [Liv.] (Helf.)

.cnst paving stone, cobblestone / lapis pavimentalis [Latham] (HELF.)

.cnst plumber / Installateur: (faber) hydraulicus [Eichenseer] (Helf.)

.cnst putty gluten, resina (Lev.)

.cnst sandpaper / charta aspera (ad poliendum) [Levine] (Helf.)

.cnst sandpaper charta aspera ad poliendum (Lev.)

.cnst saw mill / mola serraria [s.18]; serratrīna* [Heyse, Fremdwörterbuch, s.19] (Helf.)

.cnst sawdust scobis, serrago (Lev.)

.cnst sawdust, wood shavings / scobis, is f.; serrāgo, inis [Cael. Aur.] (Helf.)

.cnst scaffold catasta, mensa; -ing compages <machina> (Lev.)

.cnst shavings ramenta pl, scobis (Lev.)

.cnst shellac / lacca in tabulis [s.19] (Helf.)

.cnst shellac maltha (Lev.)

.cnst slab] tablet (slab) tabula, tessera, lapis (Lev.)

.cnst solder ferrumen; - vt ferrumino (Lev.)

.cnst solder, weld / (vb) (metalla) (con)glutinare; ferruminare [Plin. N.H.] | (noun) ferrūmen, inis n. [Plin. N.H.]; metallum glutinatorium | soldering glutinatio (metallica) | soldering iron instrumentum ferruminatorium* [s.18]; tubus ferruminatorius* [s.19] (Helf.)

.cnst spike (long nail) clavus trabalis (Lev.)

.cnst splinter assula, schidia (Lev.)

.cnst surfaced, paved / gepflastert: perstratus [Vitr.] (Helf.)

.cnst varnish / (noun) lacca+ [DuCange] | (vb) laccā+ obducere [Georges] (Helf.)

.cnst veneer ligni bractea (Lev.)

.cnst waterproof  (vb) / imprägnieren: saturare; impermeabilem* reddere; impraegnare* [Soc. Lat.] (Helf.)

.coin coin, mint / signare (aurum) [Cic. Leg. 3, 6]; (nummos) percutere [Suet.] (Helf.)

.coin dollar / dollarium, nummus Americanus (LRL)

.coin dollar / nummus Americanus; dollarium* [Latinitas] (Helf.)

.coin escudo / nummus scutatus [Freire, Conversaēaõ, 1960] (Helf.)

.coin franc / francus, nummus Gallicus (LRL)

.coin head (of coin) / nummi advsera (v. recta) frons [Pomey, Indiculus, 1688] (Helf.)

.coin mark / marca, nummus Germanicus (LRL)

.coin mark, German / Marca+ Germanica (Helf.)

.coin penny / penningus (Alb. I)

.coin pound sterling / libra sterlingica, nummus Britannicus (LRL)

.coin ruble / rublus, nummus Russicus (LRL)

.color beige ravus (Lev.)

.color brown / fuscus (Alb. I)

.color crimson / coccineus [Petr.] (Helf.)

.color fade (of color) / evanescere; obsolescere; colorem amittere | faded (of color): obsoletus; decolor (Helf.)

.color faded (of color) / osolźtus [Col.]; evanidus; fugax (Helf.)

.color flesh color / color carneus (Helf.)

.color gray canus, ravus; (hair) canus; (eyes) caesius; be - caneo 2; become - canesco 3; -ish canescens; -ness canities | gray-haired canus (Lev.)

.color green / viridus, prasinus; smaragdeus (Erasmus)

.color lilac (color) violaceus (Lev.)

.color multicolored multicolor (Lev.)

.color orange (color) luteus, aurcus (Lev.)

.color orange / color luteus; color fulvus [Bauer]; arancio-ruber* [s.18; Vox Lat.] (Helf.)

.color yellow / flavus (Alb. I); croceus, galbinus, gilvus, luteus

.comm Berlin Wall / murus Berolinensis (LRL)

.comm bolshevism / bolscevismus* [Acta Apost. Sedis, s.20] | bolshevist bolscevista* (Helf.)

.comm capitalism / capitalismus* [s.20] (Helf.)  ]]  oeconomia in qua sors et bene nummati pollent; (concentration) nimius divitiarum congestus (Lev.)

.comm capitalistic / capitalisticus* [Donat] (Helf.)  ]]  ad sortem pertinens (Lev.)

.comm capitalist / capitalista* [Bauer] (Helf.)  ]]   homo pecuniosus (or praedives); (financier) faenerator (Lev.)

.comm Cold War / bellum incruentum (v. frigidum) (Helf.)  ]]  bellum incruentum, bellum non armis bellatum (LRL)

.comm communism / aequatio bonorum [Cic.]; bonorum aequandorum doctrīna; communismus*]]  communismus, bonorum omnium aequatio (LRL)  ]]  bonorum aequatio; communismus; aequatio et communio bonorum; (social order) dictatura bonorum aequationis fautorum (Lev.) ]]  coenonismus

.comm communist(ic) / communista* [s.19]; communisticus* [s.19] (Helf.)  ]]  communista, russeus, bolsevicus (LRL)  ]]  fautor aequationis bonorum, bonorum publicandorum fautor; communista; -ic ad aequationem bonorum pertinens (Lev.)

.comm iron curtain / saepta ferrea [Latinitas] (Helf.)

.comm Marxist / subst.  Marxii sectator [Soc. Lat.]; Marxista* [Latinitas] | adj.  Marxianus* [Acta Apost. Sedis, s.20] | Marxism  Marxiana* doctrīna; Marxiana* placita [Latinitas]; Marxismus* [Donat] (Helf.)

.comm socialism / socialismus, bonorum aequatio (LRL)  ]]  socialismus; bonorum privatorum publicatio ad usum omnium | socialist  fautor communionis bonorum | socialistic  favens communioni bonorum (Lev.)

.comm Soviet / sovieticus (LRL)

.comp analog (opp. digital) / analogicus [s.v. Analogdaten] (Helf.)

.comp binary system / computandi ratio dyadica* (Helf.)

.comp byte / multiplum (Helf.)

.comp calculator / machin(ul)a calculatoria, mechanema caculatorium (LRL)

.comp computer (instrumentum) computatorium [Latinitas]; computatrum*; ordinatrum* | personal computer ordinatrum* personale (Helf.)

.comp computer / instrumentum computatorium (LRL); computatrum, ordinatrum (Alb. I) | (adj.) computatorius (LRL); computatralis, ordinatralis (CL)

.comp computer center / sedes computatoria* [Vox Lat.] (Helf.)

.comp CPU / unitas centralis [Plaut.] (Helf.)

.comp cybernetics / (ars) cybernetica* [Bacci] | cyber- (adj) cyberneticus* [Latinitas] (Helf.)

.comp digital (opp. analog) / numericus+ [DuCange]; digitalis [Vox Lat.] (Helf.)

.comp disk drive / lectrum* discorum magneticorum [Vox Lat.] (Helf.)

.comp disk(ette) (computer) / discus, disculus

.comp diskette / discus magneticus (Helf.)

.comp display / optische Anzeige: indicium opticum* [Vox Lat.] (Helf.)

.comp e-mail / litterae electronicae (f. pl.)

.comp erase, delete / stinguere [Vox Lat.] (Helf.)

.comp file (computer) / scapus, plica | sound file / scapus soniger (v. sonifer)

.comp hexadecimal / sedecimalis* [Vox Lat.] (Helf.)

.comp home page / pagina domestica

.comp information technology, computer science / Informatik: disciplina informatica* [Vox Lat.] | computer scientist or specialist artifex informationis [Vox Lat.] (Helf.)

.comp input vis iniecta in machinam (Lev.)

.comp Internet / intertextus internationalis instrumentorum computatoriorum (LRL); interrete, internetum | (adj.) interretialis, interreticus, interneticus /

.comp Internet site / locus interreticus, pagina interretialis

.comp keyboard / malleorum series (LRL)

.comp link / nexus, coniunctio, ligamen

.comp loop / cyclus [Vox Lat.]; gyrus [Vox Lat.] (Helf.)

.comp memory / conditorium | fixed memory conditorium fixum [Vox Lat.] | direct access memory conditorium accessūs directi [Vox Lat.] (Helf.)

.comp microprocessor / minimum mechanźma electronicum* [Acta Apost. Sedis, s.20]; micromechanźma, atis* n. [Eichenseer] (Helf.)

.comp module / modulus [Vox Lat.] (Helf.)

.comp mouse (computer) / globulus (CL) | click with the mouse / globulum deprimere (CL)

.comp off-line / extra systźma [Vox Lat.] (Helf.)

.comp on-line / systemati conexus [Vox Lat.] (Helf.)

.comp password tessera (Lev.)

.comp printer (computer) / instrumentum pressorium (LRL)

.comp processor / unitas centralis (Helf.)

.comp program (computer) / (noun) programma, atis n. | (vb) programma conficere; programmare* [Vox Lat.]; <proinde ac "poemare" diceres pro eo quod est "versūs condere"> | computer programmer programmator* [Vox Lat.] | programming language lingua programmationis* [Vox Lat.] (Helf.)

.comp program (computer) / programma

.comp program (for computer) praecepta ratiocinatoris; - vt (a computer) praeparo ratiocinatoris praecepta (Lev.)

.comp RAM, random access memory / Schnellspeicher: conditorium accessūs rapidi [Vox Lat.] (Helf.)

.comp save (in memory) / condere (Helf.)

.comp screen (computer) / quadrum computatrale (v. ordinatrale) (CL)

.comp search (computer) / requisitio [Vox Lat.; s.v. Suchbegriff] (Helf.)

.comp software / partes programmationes* [Vox Lat.] (Helf.)

.comp World Wide Web / tela totius terrae

.const pin, pivot / cnodax, ācis m. [Vitr.] (Helf.)

.cont barrel, cask, keg / cadus; dolium -- Tönnchen (small barrel or tub): seriola [Pers.] (Helf.) < Quod ad seriola spectat, vide LS: "sźria, ae, f., cylindrical earthen vessel for preserving liquids, fruit, salted provisions, etc., large jar"; "sźriola, ae, f. dim. [seria], small jar, Pers. 4, 29; Pall. Mart. 10, 9."  Similiter Gaffiot: "seria: cruche, jarre"; "seriola: petite cruche.">

.cont beaker / poculum, carchesium, cantharus; (decanter) obba (Lev.)

.cont bottle / Flakon: flasco, onis m. [Greg.] (Helf.)  ]]  oenophorum, flasco (onis), flasca, ampulla, lagoena (LRL)  ]]  ampulla 1; (large) lagena; (small) laguncula; - vt in ampullas infundo -- decanter: obba, ampulla, lagena -- flagon: lagena; amphora (Lev.) -- flask: ampulla; laguncula -- phial: ampulla, laguncula (Lev.)

.cont bottle: canteen (flask) / laguncula (Lev.)

.cont bottle: cork (of bottle) / Korkverschluss: cortex, icis; operculum subereum [Bacci] (Helf.)  ]]  obturaculum, obturamentum, cortex (LRL)  ]]  obturamenturn; cortex (Lev.)

.cont bottle: corkscrew / extraculum* [Freire, Conversaēaõ, 1960]; extractrum* [Capellanus] (Helf.)  ]]  cochleatum tormentum, extraculum, obturaculi (v. obturamenti v. corticis) extractorium (LRL)

.cont bottle: vial / phiala, laguncula (Lev.)

.cont bottleneck / lageonae collum (Helf.)

.cont bucket: ice bucket (for chilling wine) / psyctźr, źris* m.; gillo, onis [Cassian.] (Helf.)

.cont cakepan / artopta; (small) formella [Apic.] (Helf.)

.cont can: tin can (sealed metal container for food) / Bleibüchse: pyxis ferrea [Plin. N.H.] -- Konservendose: pyxis conservatoria+ [Eichenseer] -- Kanister (can, container): canistrum [Latham] (HELF.)

.cont can-opener / aperculum* (pyxidum) [Vox Lat.] -- Kapselheber: aperculum* [Vox Lat.] (Helf.)

.cont coaster (dish or mat placed under glass) / alveolus (Lev.)

.cont cruet (small bottle containing oil or vinegar for table) / gutus, acetabulum, ampulla (Lev.)

.cont crystal (glassware) / vitrea; vasa crystallina, crystalla n. pl. (Lev.)

.cont dish, plate / catillus, patella (LRL)  ]]  catinus, discus, lanx (Alb. I)  ]]  patina, lanx, patella; (flat) patina; patera; (large) lanx; (small) patella; (deep) catinus (Lev.)

.cont dish, plate: saucer / Untertasse: catillus [Bauer]; cup and saucer  pocillum (ansatum) in catillo positum (Helf.)  ]]  patella, phiala (Lev.)

.cont dish, plate: tableware / vas; (dishes) fictilia mensalia; (silver) argentum mensale (Lev.)

.cont dish, plate: tray / discus [Apul.]; ferculum (Helf.)  ]]  ferculum, lanx -- platter: patella, lanx, patina -- salver: scutella, alveolus -- trencher: scutula, lanx (Lev.)

.cont dish, plate: tureen, soup bowl / orbis profundior (v. altior) [Bauer] -- Suppenschüssel: magida [Varro] -- Terrine: patina; terrīna+ (Helf.)

.cont dish, plate: wash dishes / (vascula) eluere (v. abluere) [Plaut. Aul. 270] (Helf.)

.cont dishcloth / pannus eluacrus (Helf.)  ]]  peniculus [sic] (Lev.) <Eluacrus est glossźma semel aut fortasse bis a Catone usurpatum: "źluācrus, a, um, adj. [eluo], for washing out or rinsing: labrum, wash-tub, Cato R. R. 10, 4, and 11, 3 dub. (al. vinarium)," LS; vide sink, dishwater, ubi idem adiectivum ab Helfer affertur.>

.cont dishes (collectively) / vasa escaria; vasa mensae [Georges] (Helf.)  ]]  vasa escaria (v. coquinaria) (n. pl.) (CL)  ]]  flatware: vasa escaria (Lev.)

.cont dishes: dirty dishes / Aufwasch: vasa coquinaria delavanda [Kirsch]; eluenda n. pl. (Helf.)

.cont drink: cup / pocillum (ansatum) (Helf.)  ]]   poculum (LRL)  ]]  calix -- small cup (as for espresso): pocillum (Ciar.)  ]]  poculum, calix, scyphus (Lev.)

.cont drink: glass / hyalus (Alb. I); calix vitrea (Ciar.)  ]]  poculum, calix vitreus (Lev.)

.cont drink: glass: wine-glass, goblet / hyalus vinarius [Eichenseer] (Helf.)  ]]  poculum, scyphus (Lev.)

.cont drink: glassware / vitrea (Lev.)

.cont drink: mug, stein, tankard / Bierkrug: cervesiae cantharus [s.18]; urceus cervesarius [Eichenseer] (Helf.)  ]]  cyatus, urecus, poculum -- schooner (mug): cantharus -- tankard: cantharus (Lev.)

.cont kettle / lebes, cortina; (of bronze) aenum (Lev.)

.cont ladle, dipper, scoop / trulla; hauritorium [Aug.] <"[gloss] haurītōrium, bucket, Gloss. Philox," LS; "vase ą puiser," Benoīt; nihil apud Forc.> (Helf.)  ]]  trulla (Alb. I)  ]]  ligula; (wine) cyathus, trulla -- scoop: trulla (Lev.) -- dipper: trulla (Lev.)

.cont lid, cap (of container) / operculum (Alb. I)  ]]  operculum (Lev.)

.cont pan / caccabus, caccabulus, fretale (Alb. I)  ]]  patina (Lev.)

.cont pan: frying pan, skillet / sartāgo, inis f. [Plin. N.H.]; frixorium [Plin. Val.] (Helf.)  ]]  sartago, frixorium -- skillet: sartago -- griddle: sartago, fretale (Lev.)

.cont pan: pot, saucepan, casserole / Kochtopf: olla; coctorium [Eichenseer] (Helf.)  ]]  olla (Alb. I)  ]]  saucepan: cacabus, sartago -- casserole: catinus (Lev.)

.cont pan: potholder /

.cont pan: pots and pans, cookery / instrumenta (v. vasa) coquinaria (n. pl.) (LRL)

.cont pitcher / Karaffe: lagoena crystallina [Georges] (Helf.)  ]]  urceus (Lev.)

.cont pitcher: coffee pot / hirnea cafearia*; cucumella cafearia* [Bacci] (Helf.) 

.cont pitcher: jug / Kännchen: hirniola [Diom.] (Helf.)

.cont pitcher: teapot / hirnea theana* (Helf.)  ]]  hirnula (Lev.)  <In hirnea theana suffixum -anus videtur abusive positum; potius thearia (vide lemmata tea-room, teaspoon); ita s.v. voce Kaffeekanne, "hirnea cafearia" a Helfer proponitur.>

.cont rim / labrum [Cato]; corona [Kirsch] (Helf.)

.cont saltshaker, saltcellar / salinum, salillum (Lev.)

.cont silverware / Tabelsilber: vasa argentea; argentum escarium et potorium [C.I.L.]; mensale argentum [Vopisc.] (Helf.)  ]]  vasa argentea -- silver (table setting): argentum mensale (Lev.)

.cont thermos (for keeping drinks hot or cold) / lagoena caldaria [Soc. Lat.]; thermolagoena* [Soc. Lat.]; thermophorum* (Helf.)

.cont trivet (placed under hot dish or pot) /

.cont urn / urna; (for ashes) urna cineraria; coffee - hydria (Lev.)

.conv as far as I know / quod sciam, quoad scio, quantum scio

.conv bless you (when someone sneezes) / sit faustum ac felix; servet te Deus; sit salutiferum; bene vertat (Deus) [haec omnia apud Erasmum]; salve [s.17] (Helf.)

.conv bon appétit / bene comede (LRL)

.conv bon appétit / bene tibi vertat [Georges]; bene vertat cena [Scheller, Lexicon, 1783]; feliciter cedat [Bauer]; opto te bene cenare [Georges]; proficiat tibi (Helf.)

.conv cheers (when drinking) / bene tibi (v. te) [Plaut.]; sit saluti; prosit [s.16] (Helf.)

.conv come in / ingrediaris, ingredere (Ciar.)

.conv did you sleep well? / apte dormisti?

.conv enough said / sat superque (de illā re), haec hactenus, plura dicere supersedebo

.conv good-by / (bene) vale, valeas, vive et vale, vale et bene ambula

.conv have good trip / bonum iter, bene itinerare

.conv hello / salve, ave, salvus sis, bonum diem (v. bonum vesperum v. bonam noctem) tibi exopto (v. precor), Deus te salvet

.conv how are you? / quomodo te habes? /

.conv I agree with you / tibi assentio (v. assentior)

.conv I’d like to ask you / velim e te sciscitari

.conv I’m 20 years old / viginti annos natus sum, viginti annorum sum, annum vicesimum primum ago

.conv I’m fine / bene (v. optime) me habeo

.conv I’m not sure / haud mihi exploratum est, non certus sum

.conv I’m sorry, excuse me, forgive me / me excusatum habeas, ignosce, veniam peto

.conv in my opinion / meā (quidem) sententiā, meā opinione, secundum me, ex meo arbitrio

.conv introduce (one person to another) / adducere (v. deducere) aliquem | may I introduce Julius to you?  Liceat tibi adducere Iulium?  Tua licentia ad te deduco Iulium. (HELF.)

.conv It’s very kind of you / benigne fecisti

.conv kiss on the cheek / oscula in genas dare

.conv my name is Jim / Iacobus vocor, nomen est mihi Iacobus

.conv please speak louder / voce elatiore loquere quaeso

.conv pleased to meet you / libenter, libentissime

.conv say hi to your folks / cura ut tuos meis verbis salutes

.conv see you / inter nos revideamus, usque in proximam vicem (v. proximum congressum)

.conv see you later / in posterum

.conv see you tomorrow / in crastinum

.conv shake hands / manūs porrigere

.conv shut up / opprime os [Ter.] (Helf.)

.conv Sir, Mr. / Dominus | / Ma’am, Ms. / Domina

.conv take care of yourself / valetudinem tuam cura diligenter

.conv that depends / ex re pendet

.conv to be frank / ut verum confitear

.conv to the extent I am able / quod eius facere possum, quoad in me est

.conv unless I’m mistaken / nisi fallor, nisi me fallit

.conv well done / euge, faberrime factum

.conv what do you do (for living)? / quo munere fungeris? quem locum tenes? (Helf.)

.conv what time is it? / quota hora est?

.conv whose turn is it? / cuius sunt partes?  ad quem pervenit?  quis proximus est? (Helf.)

.conv you’re right / recte dicis (v. mones)

.conv you're welcome / non est cur (mihi gratias) agas [Cognasso, 1936, 1938] (Helf.)

.cook bake / (furno) coquere (Helf.)

.cook bake vt (food) torreo 2, coquo 3, (harden) coquo 3; (scorch) torreo 2, uro 3; - vi torreor 2; coquor 3; -r pistor; pistrix; -ry pistrina, pistrinum | baking (act) coctura; (trade) furnaria (Lev.)

.cook baking powder / pulvis furnarius (Helf.)

.cook barbecue vt (over fire) in veribus torreo; (cook in sauce) carnem in frusta tenuia sectam ex iure aromatis acetoque condito coquo; - (meat) caro in veribus tosta; (framework) cratis ad carnem torrendam apta; (feast) epulae carnis in veribus tostae ludorum causā (Lev.)

.cook barbecued or grilled meat / carnes craticulā assatae (LRL)

.cook baste vt (cooking) camem torrentem pingui perfundo (Lev.)

.cook batter farina lacte ovisque commixta (Lev.)

.cook blanch / aquā ferventi perfundere [Vox Lat.] (Helf.)

.cook boiled / elixus (Helf.)

.cook broil vt (cook) torreo 2, asso 1; - vi torreor 2; (fig.) ardeo 2; -er (grill) craticula; (chicken) pullus (ad torrendum aptus) (Lev.)

.cook burner (charcoal) carbonarius; (for flame) foculus; (stove) caminus, furnus (Lev.)

.cook chef coquus (Lev.)

.cook chef, head cook / magīrus; archimagīrus [Iuv.] (Helf.)

.cook cook coquus, coqua 1; - vt coquo 3; -er catinus; -ery ars coquinaria, coquina; -ing coctura; -ing utensils vasa coquinaria (Lev.)

.cook cookbook / liber culinarius [Bauer] (Helf.)

.cook cookbook liber de arte coquinaria (Lev.)

.cook cooking, art of / ars conquinaria; magīrae f. pl. [Cato]; ars magirica [s.16] (Helf.)

.cook cube vt cubos formo <tessulatim concidere, Apic.> (Lev.)

.cook dice vt (cut) in cubos seco <tesselatim concido> (Lev.)

.cook double boiler / Wasserbad, bain-marie: balneum Mariae [s.18] (Helf.)

.cook dried (of meat or fish) / arefactus; vento duratus [Erasmus; s.v. Stockfisch] (Helf.)

.cook filter / (noun) colum; filtrum+ [DuCange] | vb percolare [Cato]; saccare [Sen.]; filtrare+ [Niermeyer] (Helf.)

.cook filter colum; - vt (per)colo, liquo 1; - vi percolor, liquor 1 (Lev.)

.cook freeze-drying / lyophilisatio* (Helf.)

.cook fricassee / caro frixa [Kirsch]; carunculae frixae (Helf.)

.cook fried frictus (Lev.)

.cook ingredient / elementum (Helf.)

.cook ingredient / ingrediens [s.17; s.v. Theriak] (