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abbatia (-ía) {n} 1. abbacy; 2. abbey 
abiogenese (-génese) {n} abiogenesis, spontaneous generation 
abiogenesis (-génesis) {n} abiogenesis, spontaneous generation 
aborigines (-ígines) {npl} aborigines 
acet-amido (-ámido) {n} [Chem.] acetamide 
achillea (-éa) {n} [Bot.] Achillea 
Achilles (-ílles) {npr} [Gr. Mythol.] Achilles;
achromat-opsia (-ía) {n} achromatopsy (complete color blindness) 
acide (ácide) {adj} acid
acidi-metro (-ímetro) {n} acidimeter 
acido (ácido) {n} acid;
acieria (-ía) {n} steelworks, steel mill 
aco-logia (-ía) {n} [Med.] acology
acrobata (-óbata) {n} acrobat
acrobatia (-ía) {n} acrobatics 
adenitis (-ítis) {n} [Pathol.] adenitis 
adeno-graphia (-ía) {n} adenography 
adeo (-éo) {interj} farewell, good-by(e) 
adipe (ádipe) {n} animal fat, body fat; {also:} adeps
adiposis (-ósis) {n} adiposis, fatty degeneration 
adito (ádito) {n} adit, entrance (1. door, passage, etc. through which one enters; 2. access) 
Adonis (-dó-) {npr} [Gr. Mythol.] Adonis; adonis 1. [Bot.] Adonis, pheasant's eye; 2. fop, dandy
Adriano-polis (-ópolis) {npr} Adrianople 
adultera (-últera) {n} adulteress 
adultero (-últero) {n} adulterer 
adyname (-íname) {adj} weak, without strength
adynamia (-ía) {n} [Med.] adynamia 
aero-dromo (ódromo) {n} aerodrome; {also:} airfield 
aero-graphia (-ía) {n} aerography 
aero-litho (-ólito) {n} aerolite
aero-logia (-ía) {n} aerology 
aerometria (-ía) {n} aerometry 
aero-metro (-ómetro) {n} aerometer
aero-stato (-óstato) {n} [Aeronaut.] aerostat
affidavit (-ávit) {n} affidavit (written statement made on oath) 
Africa (á-) {npr} Africa
agata (á-) {n} agate (the stone agate)
agonia (-ía) {n} agony (1. death struggle; 2. extreme pain of mind) 
agora (ágora) {n} [Gr. Hist.] agora
agora-phobe (-áphobe) {adj} agoraphobic
agoraphobia (-ía) {n} [Psychopathol.] agoraphobia 
agoraphobo (-áphobo) {n} [Pychopathol.] agoraphobe 
agri-cola (-ícola) {n} agriculturalist 
agronomia (-ía) {n} agronomy, agronomics 
agro-nomo (-ró-) {n} agronomist
alacre (ál-) {adj} eager, brisk, alacritous
album (ál-) {n} album 
albumina (-úmina) {n} [Biochem.] albumin 
alcali (ál-) [Chem.] alkali;
alcali-metro (-í-) {n} alkalimeter 
alchimia (-ía) {n} alchemy Hencc: alchimista; alchimic 
algebra (ál-) {n} algebra
algesia (-ía) {n} [Med.] algesia (sensitivity to pain)
-algia (-ía) [occurring in compounds] -alggia (pain) 
algometria (-ía) {n} [Psychol.] algometry (measurement of sensitivity to pain) 
algo-metro (-ónetro) {n} [Psychol.] algometer
alias (ál-) {adv} 1. otherwise (in another manner); 2. alias; 3. at another time 
alibi (ál-) {adv} elsewhere 
alibi (ál-) {n} alibi 
alic-ubi (-ícubi) {adv} 1. somewhere; 2. anywhere as in ("did you see him anywhere?") 
[ali-qua] (ál-) {adv} 1. somewhere; 2. somehow 
ali-que (ál-) {pron} something, anything; {adv} somewhat 
[ali-quid] (ál-) {pron} something 
[aliquot] (ál-) {adj/indef pron} some, several, a few 
allegoria (-ía) {n} allegory
allergia (-ía) {n} [Pathol.] allergy
allo-pathe (-ó-) {n} allopath 
allo-pathia (-ía) {n} allopathy 
allo-trope (-ótrope) {adj} 1. [Chem.] allotropic; 2. [Zoo.] allotropous
allotropia (-ía) {n} [Chem.] allotropy 
allotropo (-ótropo) {n} [Chem.] allotrope 
[alsi] (-í) {adv} 1. also, too; 2. likewise, moreover, furthermore 
Altai (-ái) {npr} Altai (1. Altai mountains; 2. Altai region)
altaic (-áic) {adj} Altaic 
[alter-ubi] (-érubi) {adv} elsewhere 
alti-metro (-í-) {n} altimeter 
aluminium (-ínium) {n} aluminum, aluminium 
alveolo (-éolo) {n} 1. cell (of a honeycomb); 2. socket (of a tooth) 
amandola (-ándola) {n} almond
ambito (ám-) {n} ambit, circuit, circuitous route 
ambly-opia (-ía) {n} [Med.] amblyopia
amic (-íc) {adj} friendly (not enemy);
amica (-íca) {n} friend (fem.) 
amico (-íco) {n} friend (masc.) 
amido (á-) {n} [Chem.] amide
amido-geno (-ógeno) {n} [Chem.] amidogen 
amino-acido (-ácido) {n} [Chem.] amino acid 
amita (ám-) {n} aunt
ammonium (-ónium) {n} ammonium 
amnesia (-ía) {n} amnesia, loss of memory
amnestia (-ía) {n} amnesty
amorphia (-ía) {n} amorphism 
ampere (ampér) {n} ampere 
ampere-hora (amper-hóra) {n} ampere-hour 
ampere-torno (amper-tórno) {n} ampere turn 
ampero-metro (-ómetro) {n} amperometer, ammeter 
amphibio-logia (-ía) {n} amphibiology 
amphora (ám-) {n} amphora 
analgesia (-ía) {n} [Med.] analgesia (insensitivity to pain) 
analgia (-ía) {n} [Med.] analgia, analgesia (insensitivity to pain) 
analoge (-áloge) {adj} analogous (corresponding in some ways);
analogia (-ía) {n} analogy 
analyse (-ályse) {n} analysis;
ananas (-ás) {n} [Bot.] pineapple 
anarchia (-ía) {n} anarchy 
anate (á-) {n} [Zool.] duck 
anathema [-ma/-mat-] (-átema) {n} [Eccl.] anathema
anatomia (-ía) {n} anatomy 
ancora (án-) {n} anchor
Andreas (-éas) {nprm} Andrew 
androgynia (-ía) {n} androgyny 
androgyno (-ró-) {n} androgyne (1. hermaphrodite; 2. [Bot.]) 
andro-phobia (-ía) {n} androphobia 
anecdota (-éc-) {n} anecdote
anellides (-él-) {npl} [Zool.] Annelides 
anemia (-ía) {n} [Med.] anemia, anaemia
anemographia (-ía) {n} [Meterol.] anemography 
anemo-grapho (-ó-) {n} anemograph 
anemo-metro (-ó-) {n} anemometer 
anemone (-óne) {n} anemone;
anesthesia (-ía) {n} anesthesia 
Angela (á-) {nprf} Angela 
angelo (á-) {n} angel;
angelus (á-) {n} [R.C.Ch.] Angelus; {also:} Angelus bell 
angio-graphia (-ía) {n} angiography 
angio-logia (-ía) {n} anglology 
anglo-mania (-ía) {n} Anglomania 
anglo-mano (-ó-) {n} Anglomaniac 
anglophilo (-ó-) {n} Anglophile 
anglo-phobe (-ó-) {adj} Anglophobe, Anglophobic
anglophobia (-ía) {n} Anglophobia 
anglophobo (-óphoho) {n} Anglophobe 
angulo (án-) {n} angle, corner;
anhydre (á-) {adj} anhydrous 
anima (á-) {n} soul;
animo (á-) {n} animating spirit
anion (á-) {n} [Phys.] anion 
annales (-áles) {npl} annals 
[an-non] (án-) {conj} or not 
anodo (á-) {n} [Elec.] anode
anomalia (-ía) {n} anomaly 
anonyme (-ó-) {adj} anonymous;
ansere (án-) {n} goose
antecamera (-cá-) {n} anteroom; {also:} waiting room (at a doctor's office, etc.);
antepenultima (-úl-) {n} antepenult 
antepenultime (-úl-) {adj} last but two, antepenultimate 
anthemo- (á-) {n} [occurring in compounds] -anthemum (flower)
antho-graphia (-ía) {n} [Bot.] anthography 
antho-logia (-ía) {n} anthology
anthrace (á-) {n} [Med., Veter.] anthrax
anthraco-metro (-ó-) {n} anthracometer 
anthropo-genese (-gé-) {n} anthropogenesis 
anthropo-genesis (-gé-) {n} anthropogenesis 
anthropologia (-ía) {n} anthropology 
anthropo-logo (-ólogo) {n} anthropologist
anthropo-metria (-ía) {n} anthropometry
anthropo-phage (-óphage) {adj} man-eating, cannibal, anthropophagous
anthropophagia (-ía) {n} anthropophagy, cannibalism 
anthropophago (-óphago) {n} man-eater, cannibal;
anthropo-sophe (-ósophe) {adj} anthroposophical
anthroposophia (-ía) {n} anthroposophy 
anthroposopho (-ósopho) {n} anthroposophist 
antidoto (-í-) {n} antidote;
Antilibano (-lí-) {npr} Anti-Lebanon (mountain range parallel to the Lebanon Mountains) 
antilope (-í-) {n} antelope 
antinomia (-ía) {n} antinomy 
Antiochia (-ía) {npr} Antioch 
antipathia (-ía) {n} antipathy 
antiperistase (-ístase) {n} antiperistasis (intensification of a quality by an opposing quality) 
antiphona (-tí-) {n} [Eccl.] antiphon, antiphony
antiphrase (-í-) {n} antiphrasis 
antipode (-í-) {n} opposite, contrary, antipode;
antithese (-ítese) {n} antithesis (1. [Rhet.]; 2. opposition) 
antonyme (-ó-) {adj} antonymous
antonymia (-ía) {n} antonymy 
antonymo (-ó-) {n} antonym 
apathia (-ía) {n} apathy 
apepsia (-ía) {n} [Pathol.] apepsy 
aphasia (-ía) {n} [Pathol.] aphasia 
aphonia (-ía) {n} aphonia 
aphrodisiac (íac) {adj} aphrodisiac 
aphrodisiaco (-íaco) {n} aphrodisiac 
apice (á-) {n} apex 
apocryphe (-ócryphe) {adj} apocryphal; {specif.:} [Eccl.]; also: spurious, unauthenticated
apocrypho (-ócrypho) {n} apocryphon, {also:} apocrypha;
apogee (-ée) {adj} apogean, apogeal 
apogeo (-éo) {n} apogee (1. [Astron.]; 2. highest point, culmination) 
apologia (-ía) {n} apology, apologia
apologo (-ólogo) {n} apologue 
apophysis (-ó-) {n} [Anat., Zool., etc.] apophysis 
apoplexia (-ía) {n} apoplexy 
apostasia (-ía) {n} apostasy 
apostata (-ó-) {n} apostate
apostolo (-ós-) {n} apostle;
apostrophe (-pós-) {n} [Rhet.] apostrophe
apotheosis (-ósis) {n} apotheosis (1. [Class. Hist.] deification; 2. glorification) 
appendice (-én-) {n} appendix (1. appendage; 2. "appendix to a book, etc."; 3. [Anat.])
appendic-ectomia (-ía) {n} [Surg.] appendectomy 
appendicitis (-ítis) {n} appendicitis 
appoio (-óyo) {n} support (1. backing, aid; 2. prop, rest, shore) 
apposite (-pó-) {adj} apposite, relevant 
apside (ápside) {n} apse (1. [Astron.] apsis; 2. [Arch.])
apteros (áp-) {npl} [Entom.] Aptera 
apud (á-) {prep} near, with, at, by 
aquila (á-) {n} eagle
arabe (1) (á-) {adj} Arab, Arabian, Arabic;
arabe (2) (á-) {n} 1. Arab; 2. Arabic 
arachide (-rá-) {n} 1. [Bot.] Arachis; 2. peanut;
arbitro (á-) {n} arbiter; {also:} umpire
archaic (-áic) {adj} archaic 
archaismo (-ísmo) {n} archaism 
archaista (-ísta) {n} archaist 
arch-angelo (-án-) {n} archangel 
archeologia (-ía) {n} archaeology 
archeo-logo (-ólo-) {n} archaeologist
arche-typo (-é-) {n} archetype 
archi-diacono (-diá-) {n} archdeacon 
archi-episcopo (-ís-) {n} archbishop
Archimedes (-mé-) {npr} Archimedes;
archipelago (-pé-) {n} archipelago 
archi-presbytero (-bí-) {n} archpriest 
Areopago (-ó-) [Gr. Hist.] Areopagus
Ares (á-) {npr} [Gr. Mythol.] Ares 
argenteria (-ía) {n} silver plate 
argon (ár-) {n} [(Chem.] argon 
aride (á-) {adj} arid
Aries (á-) {npr} [Astron.] Aries, Ram 
aristo-crate (-ó-) {n} aristocrat 
aristo-cratia (-ía) {n} aristocracy 
arithmo-mantia (-ía) {n} arithmomancy 
arithmo-metro (-ó-) {n} arithmometer 
armea (-éa) {n} army;
armeniaca (-í-) {n} apricot 
aromate (-ó-) {n} aroma
arsenium (-sé-) {n} arsenium, arsenic 
arterio-sclerosis (-ósis) {n} arteriosclerosis 
arterio-tomia (-ía) {n} arteriotomy 
arthritis (-ítis) {n} [Pathol.] arthritis 
arthro-pode (-ró-) {adj} arthropod
arthropodo (-ró-) {n} arthropod; arthropodos [Zool.] Arthropoda 
arti-fice (-tí-) {n} artificer (skilled or artistic worker)
artilleria (-ía) {n} artillery; ordnance, gunnery;
asclepiades (-í-) {npl} [Bot.] Asclepias 
asineria (-ía) {n} 1. asininity; 2. asinine act 
asino (á-) {n} donkey, ass
asparago (-pá-) {n} asparagus;
aspere (á-) {adj} rough, harsh
assatis (-sá-) {adv} 1. enough; 2. rather (fairly, quite) 
assemblea (-éa) {n} assembly, meeting 
[as-si] (-sí) {adv} thus, so;
assyriologia (-ía) {n} Assyriology 
assyrio-logo (-ólogo) {n} Assyriologist, Assyriologue
asthenia (-ía) {n} asthenia 
astro-latria (-ía) {n} astrolatry 
astrologia (-ía) {n} astrology 
astro-logo (-tró-) {n} astrologer
astronomia (-ía) {n} astronomy 
astro-nomo (-tró-) {n} astronomer
astro-photographia (-ía) {n} astrophotography
asymmetre (-sím-) {adj} asymmetric, asymmetrical 
asymmetria (-ía) {n} asymmetry 
atavo (á-) {n} forefather, ancestor
ataxia (-ía) {n} [Pathol.] ataxia, ataxy;
atele (-té-) {n} spider monkey; Ateles 
-atelia (-ía) {n} [occurring in compounds]]
Athenas (-té-) {npr} Athens
Atheneo (-éo) {npr} Athenaeum (1. [Gr. Hist.]; 2. [Rom. Hist.]);
Atlantida (-lán-) {npr} Atlantis 
Atlas (át-) {npr} 1. [Gr. Mythol.] Atlas; 2. [Geog.] Atlas Mountains;
atomo (á-) {n} atom
atonia (-ía) atony (1. [Med.]; 2. [Phonet.]) 
atra-bile (-íle) {n} atrabile, melancholy (1. [Anc. Med.] black bile; 2. gloom)
atrophe (á-) {adj} atrophic
atrophia (-ía) {n} atrophy 
audio-metro (-ó-) {n} [Acous.] audiometer 
augure (áugure) {n} augur (1. [Rom. Hist.]; 2. soothsayer)
aureola (-ré-) {n} aureole, halo
aurifice (-rí-) {n} goldsmith 
auspice (áu-) {n} [Hist.] auspex
austriac (-í-) {adj} Austrian 
austriaco (-í-) {n} Austrian 
autarchia (-ía) {n} autarchy, self-sufficiency 
autobiographia (-ía) {n} autobiography 
auto-bus (-bús) {n} (motor)bus, autobus 
autochthonia (-ía) {n} autochthony 
autochthono (-óctono) {n} autochthon 
autocrate (-ó-) {n} autocrat 
autocratia (-ía) {n} autocracy 
auto-dromo' (-tó-) {n} autodrome (race course for automobiles) 
autographia (-ía) {n} autography (art of autographic reproduction) 
autographo (-tó-) {n} autograph
automate (-tó-) {adj} automatous, automatic
automato (-tó-) {n} automaton 
autonome (-tó-) {adj} autonomous (self-governing)
autonomia (-ía) {n} autonomy; self-government 
autopsia (-ía) {n} [Med.] autopsy 
avide (á-) {adj} avid, greedy
Azores (-zó-) {nprpl} Azores 
azyme (á-) {adj} azymous, unleavened;
bacteriologia (-ía) {n} bacteriology 
bacterio-logo (-ólogo) {n} bacteriologist
bacterio-therapia (-ía) {n} bacteriotherapy 
baia (báya) {n} [Geog.] bay 
Balaam (bá-) {npr} Balaam 
Balkanes (-ká-) {nprpl} Balkans (1. the Balkan Mountains; 2. the Balkan States)
balneo-therapia (-ía) {n} balneotherapy 
balsamo (bál-) {n} balm, balsam (1. balsamic resin; 2. ointment)
bambu (-ú) {n} [Bot.] bamboo 
banio-maria (-ía) {n} 1. water bath; 2. double boiler 
barbaro (bá-) {n} barbarian 
barberia (-ía) {n} barbershop 
barium (bá-) {n} barium 
baro-grapho (-ó-) {n} [Meteorol.] barograph 
baro-logia (-ía) {n} barology 
baro-metro (-ó-) {n} barometer
barometrographia (-ía) {n} [Meteorol.] barometrography 
barometro-grapho (-ógrapho) {n} [Meteorol.] barometrograph, barograph
baronia (-ía) {n} barony 
baro-thermo-hygrographo (-ógrapho) {n} barothermohygrograph 
barrica (-íca) {n} barrico, keg
barytono (-ítono) {n} baritone (1. baritone voice; 2. musical instrument) 
bastardia (-ía) {n} bastardy (quality of being a bastard) 
batracho-myo-machia (-ía) {n} Batrachomyomachy, Batrachomyomachia (Battle of the Frogs and the Mice) 
batteria (-ía) {n} 1. [Mil.] battery; 2. kitchen utensils;
bavaro (bá-) {n} Bavarian 
benefic (-éfic) {adj} beneficial, benefic
benzoe (-zóe) {n} benzoin (1. gum benzoin, benjamin; 2. [Bot.])
benzoic (-óic) {adj} benzoic 
benzoin (-ín) {n} benzoin (1. gum benzoin, benjamin; 2. [Bot.]; 3. [Chem.]) 
beryllium (-íllium) {n} [Chem.] beryllium 
betel (bé-) {n} [Bot.] betel 
bibita (bíb-) {n} drink (1. draught, glassful, etc. of a given beverage; 2. beverage) 
bibliographia (-ía) {n} bibliography (1. description or history of books; 2. bibliographical list) 
biblio-grapho (-ó-) {n} bibliographer
biblio-latra (-ó-) {n} bibliolater
bibliolatria (-ía) {n} bibliolatry 
biblio-mania (-ía) {n} bibliomania 
bibliomano (-ó-) {n} bibliomaniac, bibliomane 
biblio-mantia (-ía) {n} bibliomancy 
bibliophilo (-ó-) {n} bibliophile 
bi-cipite (1) (-cí-) {adj} bicipital
bi-cipite (2) (-cí-) {n} biceps 
bi-cuspide (-cús-) {adj} bicuspid 
bi-fide (bí-) {adj} bifid 
bi-game (bí-) {adj} bigamous
bigamia (-ía) {n} bigamy 
bigamo (bí-) {n} bigamist 
bigoteria (-ía) {n} bigotry 
billeteria (-ía) {n} ticket-window, box-office 
billionesime (-ésime) {adj} billionth;
bio-chimia (-ía) {n} biochemistry
bio-genese (-gé-) {n} biogenesis (1. genesis of organinims; 2. "theory of biogenesis")
bio-genesis (-gé-) {n} biogenesis (1. genesis of organisms; 2. "theory of biogenesis")
biographia (-ía) {n} biography 
bio-grapho (-ó-) {n} biographer
biologia (-ía) {n} biology 
bio-logo (-ó-) {n} biologist
bi-oxydo (-óx-) {n} dioxide 
bi-pede (1) (bí-) {adj} biped 
bi-pede (2) (bí-) {n} biped 
bireria (-ía) {n} saloon, beerhouse 
biscuiteria (-ía) {n} biscuit bakery 
bismuth (bíz-) {n} [Chem.] bismuth 
bi-syllabe (-sí-) {adj} dissyllabic, disyllabic
bisyllabo (-sí-) {n} dissyllable, disyllable 
bizarria (-ía) strangeness, oddness, oddity 
bobinage (-áje) {n} (act of) winding, spooling, coiling, etc. 
bolchevico (bolshevíco) {n} bolshevik, bolshevist
Bolivar, Simon (-lí-) {npr} [1783-1830; Venezuelan patriot, "liberator of South America"]
bonetteria (-ía) {n} cap seller's (store) 
bonhomia (-ía) {n} good-heartedness, good nature 
Booz (bó-oz) {nprm} Boaz 
borax (bó-) {n} [Chem.] borax
Bosporo (bós-) {npr} Bosporus 
botano-logia (-ía) {n} botany 
boveria (-ía) {n} cowshed 
brachio-pode (-ópode) {adj} [Zool.] brachiopod
brachiopodo (-ópodo) {n} [Zool.] brachiopod 
branchio-podo (-ópodo) {n} [Zool.] branchiopod 
braveria (-ía) {n} bravery, courage 
bristol (brís-) {n} Bristol board 
broccoli (bróc-) {n} broccoli 
broderia (-ía) {n} embroidery (1. action or art of embroidering; 2. embroidered material) 
bronchiolo (-í-) {n} [Anat.] bronchiole 
bronchitis (-ítis) {n} [Pathol.] bronchitis 
broncho-pneumonia (-ía) {n} [Pathol.] bronchopneumonia 
broncho-tomia (-ía) {n} [Surg.] bronchotomy 
broncho-tomo (-ótomo) {n} [Surg.] bronchotome 
brosseria (-ía) {n} brushmaking 
bruscheria (-ía) {n} brusqueness, brusquerie, bluntness 
bufalo (bú-) {n} buffalo 
buffoneria (-ía) {n} buffoonery 
bulgaro (búl-) {n} bulgarian
bureau-crate (burócrate) {n} bureaucrat 
bureau-cratia (burocratía) {n} bureaucracy (undue influence of administrative bureaus) 
burgesia (-ía) {n} middle class, bourgeoisie 
bussola (bú-) {n} compass (instrument showing magnetic meridian);
buttoneria (-ía) {n} 1. button manufacture or trade; 2. button factory 
butyreria (-ía) {n} 1. butter industry; 2. butter dairy 
butyro (bú-) {n} butter
cabala (cá-) {n} 1. cabala; 2. cabal
cacao (-áo) {n} I. cacao (1. cacao tree; 2. cacao bean); II. cocoa;
cacographia (-ía) {n} cacography, bad spelling 
caco-grapho (-có-) {n} cacographer, poor speller
cacophonia (-ía) {n} cacophony 
cadmium (cád-) {n} cadmium 
caffeina (-ína) {n} caffeine 
Cain (-ín) {nprm} Cain 
Caiphas (-fás) {nprm} Caiaphas, Caiphas 
calceolo (-é-) {n} 1. small shoe or slipper; 2. small wedge, socket, etc.
calcetteria (-ía) {n} hosiery; {also:} hosiery shop 
calcium (cál-) {n} [Chem.] calcium 
calice (cá-) {n} 1. chalice (cup, goblet; {also:} calix); also: [Eccl.]; 2. [Bot.] cup, calyx
calico (-có) {n} calico 
calligraphia (-ía) {n} calligraphy 
calli-grapho (-í-) {n} calligrapher
caloria (-ía) {n} calorie 
calorifero (-ífero) {n} (central) heating installation 
calori-metro (-í-) {n} culorimeter 
cambaro (cám-) {n} crayfish, crawfish 
cameo (-éo) {n} cameo 
camera (cá-) {n} chamber (1. room, bedroom; 2. hall used by deliberative or judicial body; 3. group of lawmakers; 4. "the chamber of a gun");
cameraderia (-ía) {n} comradeship 
camiseria (-ía) {n} shirtshop 
campanula (-pá-) {n} bellflower, campanula
camphora (cám-) {n} camphor
Canaan (cá-) {npr} [Bib.] Canaan
Canada (cá-) {npr} Canada
cancelleria (-ía) {n} 1. chancellery (office of a chancellor); 2. bureau, office, etc. 
canevas (-vás) {n} canvas (1. heavy closely woven cloth of hemp or flax; 2. crossstitch canvas) 
cannabe (cá-) {n} hemp
cannibal (1) (-í-) {n} cannibal
cannibal (2) (-í-) {adj} cannibal, cannibalistic 
cannoneria (-ía) {n} 1. cannons collectively; 2. gun foundry 
canoa (-óa) {n} canoe
canoage (-áje) {n} canoeing 
capernaita (-íta) {n} Capernaite (1. native or inhabitant of Capernaum; 2. [Eccl., Hist.]) 
Capernaum (-úm) {npr} Capernaum
Capharnaum (-úm) {npr} Capernaum 
capite (cá-) {n} head (1. "head of a person or animal"; 2. chief, leader);
cappellania (-ía) {n} chaplaincy 
cappelleria (-ía) {n} hat shop 
carderia (-ía) {n} carding mill 
cardiac (-í-) {adj} cardiac 
cardi-algia (-ía) {n} [Pathol.] cardialgia, heartburn 
cardiographia (-ía) {n} cardiography 
cardio-grapho (-ó-) {n} cardiograph
cardio-logia (-ía) {n} cardiology 
cardio-pathia (-ía) {n} cardiopathy 
cardio-sclerosis (-ósis) {n} [Pathol.] cardiosclerosis 
carga-litteras (-lít-) {n} letterweight, paperweight 
carga-papiros (-pí-) {n} paperweight, letterweight 
carni-fice (-ní-) {n} hangman, executioner 
Carola (cá-) {nprf} Carol 
Carolo (cá-) {nprm} Charles;
carpenteria (-ía) {n} carpentry 
carrosseria (-ía) {n} body (of a car, etc.) 
cartographia (-ía) {n} cartography 
carto-grapho (-ó-) {n} cartographer
cartomantia (-ía) {n} fortune telling (by means of playing cards), cartomancy 
cartoneria (-ía) {n} 1. cardboard factory; 2. cardboard making 
cartucheria (-shería) {n} cartridge factory 
Caryas (cá-) {npr} [Anc. Geog.] Caryae
caryatide (-átide) {n} [Arch.] caryatid 
caryo-phyllo (-rió-) {n} clove pink, gillyflower 
caseina (-ína) {n} casein 
casseria (-ía) {n} box factory 
Castor (2) (cás-) {npr} Castor (1. [Gr. Mythol.]; 2. [Astron.]) 
casuista (-ísta) {n} casuist 
casuistica (-ís-) {n} casuistry 
catalepsia (-ía) {n} catalepsy (1. [Med.]; 2. [Philos.]) 
catalogo (-tá-) {n} catalogue
catalyse (-ályse) {n} [Physical Chem.] catalysis
catastrophe (-tás-) {n} catastrophe (1. sudden disaster; 2. [Drama])
catechumeno (-cú-) {n} [Eccl.] catechumen 
categoria (-ía) {n} category (1. [Philos.]; 2. group or division in a system of classification)
cathedra (cát-) {n} 1. chair (in a university); 2. pulpit, rostrum
cathodo (cát-) {n} [Elec.] cathode
cation (cá-) {n} [Phys.] cation 
catoptro-mantia (-ía) {n} catoptromancy (divination by means of mirrors) 
catraneria (-ía) {n} tarworks 
Caucaso (cáu-) {npr} Caucasus
cauchu (-ú) {n} caoutchouc, crude rubber 
cavalleria (-ía) {n} I. chivalry (1. system of knighthood; 2. chivalrousness); II. cavalry 
Cedron (cé-) {npr} Kedron 
celebre (cé-) {adj} famous, celebrated
celere (cé-) {adj} quick, rapid
celibe (cé-) {adj} unmarried, single
ceno-zoic (-zóic) {adj} [Geol.] Cenozoic
cenozoico (-zóico) {n} [Geol.] Cenozoic 
centesime (-ésime) {adj} hundredth;
centesimo (-ésimo) (pl centesimi) [I] {n} [Monet.] centesimo 
centi-grade (-í-) {adj} centigrade (having, pertaining to a system of, one hundred degrees) 
centi-litro (-tí-) {n} centiliter 
centi-metro (-í-) {n} centimeter 
centimo (cén-) [H] {n} [Monet.] centimo 
centri-fuge (-í-) {adj} centrifugal;
centri-pete (-í-) {adj} centripetal 
centum-viro (-túm-) {n} [Rom. Antiq.] centumvir
centu-ple (cén-) {adj} centuple
cephal-algia (-ía) {n} [Pathol.] cephalalgia 
cephalo-podo (-ópodo) {n} [Zool.] cephalopod;
ceramo (cé-) {n} earthenware
ceramo-graphia (-ía) {n} ceramography (study and description of pottery) 
Cerbero (cér-) {npr} [Mythol.] Cerberus 
cerebritis (-ítis) {n} cerebritis, encephalitis 
cerebro-cardiac (-íac) {adj} cerebro-cardiac 
cereria (-ía) {n} wax factory; waxchandlery 
cero-mantia (-ía) {n} ceromancy 
[cetere] (cé-) {adj} 1. other; 2. remaining
[cetero (1)] (cé-) {adv} 1. otherwise, in other respects; 2. besides, for the rest 
[cetero (2), ceterum] (cé-) {n} remainder, rest 
charivari (sharivarí) {n} charivari, belling, shivaree 
charlataneria (sharlatanería) {n} charlatanry, charlatanism 
Charybdis (caríbdis) {npr} Charybdis;
cheto-pode (-tó-) {adj} [Zool.] chaetopod, chaetopodous
chetopodos (-tó-) {npl} [Zool.] Chaetopoda 
Chile (tchíle) {npr} Chile
chilen (tchilén) {adj} Chilean 
chimia (-ía) {n} chemistry;
chimo-therapia (-ía) {n} chemotherapy 
chimpanze (shimpanzé) {n} chimpanzee 
chiromantia (-ía) {n} palmistry, chiromancy 
chiropteros (-róp-) {npl} [Zool.] Chiroptera 
chirurgia (-ía) {n} surgery (art and practice of surgery) 
chlorosis (-ósis) {n} chlorosis (1. [Med.]; 2. [Bot.]) 
cholera (có-) {n} 1. cholera; 2. anger, wrath;
chondro-logia (-ía) {n} chondrology 
chorea (-éa) {n} 1. choral dance; 2. St. Vitus's dance, chorea
choreic (-éic) {adj} pertaining to St. Vitus's dance, choreic 
choreographia (-ía) {n} choreography 
choreo-grapho (-ógrapho) {n} choreographer
chrestomathia (-tía) {n} chrestomathy 
chromatophoro (-tó-) {n} [Zool.] chromatophore 
chromo.lithographia (-ía) {n} 1. chromolithography; 2. chromolithograph 
chromophoro (-mó-) {n} [Chem., Phys.] chromophore 
chromo-photographia (-ía) {n} 1. chromophotography; 2. chromophotograph 
chrono-grapho (-ógrapho) {n} [Astron., etc.] chronograph 
chronologia (-ía) {n} chronology 
chrono-logo (-ólogo) {n} chronologer
chronometria (-ía) {n} chronometry, measurement of time 
chrono-metro (-ómetro) {n} chronometer
chrysalide (-ál-) {n} chrysalis 
chrys-anthemo (crisántemo) {n} chrysanthemum 
chryso-litho (-ó-) {n} [Mineral.] chrysolith 
cigarreria (-ía) {n} cigar shop 
cimice (címice) {n} 1. bedbug; 2. thumbtack
cinematographia (-ía) {n} cincmatography 
cinemato-grapho (-ó-) {n} 1. cinematograph (motion-picture projector); 2. cinema, motion-picture theater
cin-esthesia (-ía) {n} kinesthesia 
cinquantesime (-ésime) {adj} fiftieth;
-cipite (-cí-) {adj} [occurring in compounnds]
circuir (-ír) {v} to go, walk, etc. round, to circuit
circuito (-úito) {n} circuit (1. circuitous route; 2. [Elec.]);
[circum] (cír-) {prep} around, around about 
cithera (cí-) {n} 1. cither; 2. zither
caustro-phobia (-ía) {n} [Psychopathol.] claustrophobia 
clavi-cymbalo (-cím-) {n} clavecin, harpsichord 
climato-logia (-ía) {n} climatology
clino-metro (-ó-) {n} clinometer 
cloaca (-á-) {n} cloaca (1. sewer; 2. [Zool.])
coardia (-ía) {n} cowardice 
cobalt (có-) {n} cobalt;
Coblenz (có-) {npr} Coblenz 
cocaina (-ína) {n} cocaine
cocainomania (-ía) {n} cocaine habit 
cocaino-mano (-ó-) {n} cocaine addict
codice (có-) {n} I. codex (1. manuscript volume; 2. pharmacopoeia); II. code (1. body of laws; 2. conventional system of rules, symbols, etc.); codice civil civil law; codice penal penal code; codice commercial commercial law; codice militar articles of war; codice telegraphic telegraphic code
cognite (có-) {adj} (well-)known 
coleoptero (-óp-) {n} [Entom.] coleopter, beetle; coleopteros [Entom.] Coleoptera 
colitis (-ítis) {n} colitis 
Colosseo (-éo) {npr} Colosseum, Coliseum 
columbium (-lúm-) {n} [Chem.l columbium 
commode (có-) {adj} handy, convenient, comfortable, suitable, etc.
compania (-ía) {n} company (1. companionhip; 2. group of people joined together for some purpose; 3. [Mil.]); tener compania a un persona to keep someone company; Smith e Compania Smith and Co.
complice (cóm-) {n} accomplice
composite (-pó-) {adj} 1. composed calm; 2. composite, compound; interesse composite compound interest; parola composite compound (word); fractura composite compound fracture 
composito (-pó-) {n} 1. compound, composite; 2. [Chem.] compound 
computo (cóm-) {n} computation 
conchyliologia (-ía) {n} conchology 
conchylio-logo (-ólogo) {n} conchologist
condor (cón-) {n} [Ornith.] condor 
confecteria (-ía) {n} confectionery (confectioner's trade, shop, etc.) 
conjuge (cón-) {n} spouse, consort
conjunctivitis (-ítis) {n} conjunctivitis 
consolida (-só-) {n} [Bot.] comfrey, consolida 
constat (cóns-) {n} [Law] constat
contravisita (-ví-) {n} [Admin., Mil., etc.] cheek inspection 
convio (-vío) {n} convoy (1. act of convoying; 2. protecting escort; 3. convoyed vessel, fleet, train, party, etc.) 
convoyo (-vó-) {n} 1. [Mil.] convoy; 2. [R.R.] train; convoyo funebre funeral procession 
Copenhagen (-há-) {npr} Copenhagen 
copula (có-) {n} I. [Gram.] copula; II. copulation (sexual union); III. couple (1. pair; 2. [Mech.])
coquetteria (-ía) {n} coquetry 
[coram] (có-) 1. {adv} in one's presence, openly, publicly; 2. {prep} in the presence of 
corberia (-ía) {n} basketry 
Cordova (cór-) {npr} Cordova
Corea (-éa) {npr} Korea
cortesia (-ía) {n} courtesy (graceful politeness) 
cortice (cór-) {n} 1. [Bot.] bark; 2. [Anat.] cortex
cosinus (-sí-) {n} [Math.] cosine 
cosmo-gonia (-ía) {n} cosmogony (theory of the generation of the universe)
cosmographia (-ía) {n} cosmography (description of the universe or of the earth) 
cosmo-grapho (-mó-) {n} cosmographer
cosmologia (-ía) {n} cosmology 
cosmo-logo (-mó-) {n} cosmologist
coulomb (culómb) {n} [Elec.] coulomb 
cox-algia (-ía) {n} coxalgia, pain in the hip
craniologia (-ía) {n} craniology 
cranio-logo (-ólogo) {n} craniologist
craniometria (-ía) {n} craniometry 
cranio-metro (-ó-) {n} craniometer
cranioscopia (-ía) {n} cranioscopy 
cranio-scopo (-ós-) {n} cranioscopist 
crasis (crá-) {n} [Gram.] crasis 
-cratia (-ía) [occurring in compounds] -crracy (power, rule) 
cedito (cré-) {n} credit (1. prestige based on the confidence of others; 2. [Com., Accounting, Fin.]); establimento de credito loan society, credit establishment; littera de credito letter of credit; aperir un credito (a un persona) to open a credit (account) (in someone's favor; vender a credito to sell on credit
cremeria (-ía) {n} creamery 
creo-phage (-ó-) {adj} creophagous, carnivorous, meat-eating
creophagia (-ía) {n} creophagy 
creophago (-óphago) {n} creophagist, carnivore, meat eater 
Crimea (-éa) {npr} Crimea 
criminologia (-ía) {n} criminology 
crimino-logo (-nó) {n} criminologist
crocus (cró-) {n} [Bot.] crocus 
crotalo (cró-) {n} [Zool.] Crotalus; {also:} rattlesnake
crucibulo (-cí-) {n} crucible, melting pot 
crucifero (-cí-) {n} crucifer (1. [Eccl.]; 2. [Bot.]) 
crypto-game (-ó-) {adj} [Bot.] cryptogamous
cryptogamia (-ía) {n} [Bot.] cryptogamy 
cryptogamo (-ó-) {n} [Bot.] cryptogam 
cryptographia (-ía) {n} cryptography 
crypto-grapho (-ó-) {n} 1. cryptograph, cryptogram; 2. cryptographer
crypto-mnesia (-ía) {n} cryptomnesia 
crystalleria (-ía) {n} 1. glass works; 2. glassware store 
crystallographia (-ía) {n} crystallography 
crystallo-grapho (-ó-) {n} crystallographer
cubito (cú-) {n} I. elbow; II. cubit (1. [Anat.] ulna; 2. [Entom.]; 3. "the measure cubit")
cucurbita (-cúr-) {n} cucurbit (1. [Bot.] gourd; {also:} pumpkin; 2. distilling flask)
culice (cú-) {n} 1. gnat; mosquito; 2. [Entom.] Culex
cultelleria (-ía) {n} cutlery (business of a cutler) 
cumulo (cú-) {n} 1. heap, pile; 2. [Meteorol.] cumulus
Cupido (-ído) {n} Cupid; cupido cupid 
cupola (cú-) {n} cupola, dome 
cupuliferas (-í-) {npl} [Bot.] Cupuliferae 
cuspide (cús-) {n} cusp; {also:} [Arch.; Math.; Bot.]
cyan-amido (-ná-) {n} [Chem.] cyanamide 
cyano (cí-) {n} 1. [Antill.] cyanus; 2. cyan, cyan blue; 3. [Bot.] bluebottle, cornflower
cyano-geno (-ó-) {n} [Chem.] cyanogen 
cyano-graphia (-ía) {n} blueprinting 
cyano-grapho (-ógrapho) {n} blueprinting apparatus 
cyano-metro (-ó-) {n} cyanometer (instrument for measuring degrees of blueness) 
cyanosis (-ósis) {n} [Pathol.] cyanosis 
cyano-typo (-ótypo) {n} blueprint, cyanotype 
cylindro-cephale (-éfale) {adj} cylindrocephalic 
cymbalo (cím-) {n} cymbal
cynocephalo (-cé-) {n} [Zool.] Cynocephalus, Papio 
Cypride (cí-) {npr} Cypris, Aphrodite; cypride [Zool.] Cypris 
cyst-algia (-ía) {n} cystalgia 
cystitis (-ítis) {n} [Med.] cystitis 
cysto-tomia (-ía) {n} cystotomy 
czarevich (tsarévitch) [R] {n} czarevich, tsarevich 
dactylo (dác-) {n} 1. date (fruit of the date palm); 2. [Pros ] dactyl
dactylographia (-ía) {n} typewriting, typing 
dactylo-grapho (-ó-) {n} 1. typewriter (typing machine); 2. typist
dactylo-logia (-ía) {n} dactylology 
dactylo-scopia (-ía) {n} dactyloscopy, fingerprint identification 
dahlia (dál-) {n} [Bot.] dahlia 
Dardano (dár-) {npr} [Mythol.] Dardanus
dardano (dár-) {n} Dardanian, Trojan 
darsena (dár-) {n} dock, wet dock 
dattilo (dá-) {n} date (fruit of the date palm) 
debita (dé-) {n} debt; debita de honor debt of honor; debita flottante floating debt 
debite (dé-) 1. pp of deber; 2. {adj} due, owing 
debito (dé-) {n} 1. debit; 2. due (that which is due legally or morally) 
decade (dé-) {n} decade (1. period of ten days; 2. division of a book consisting of ten parts) 
deca-litro (-á-) {n} decaliter 
deca-logo (-á-) {n} Decalog(ue) 
deca-metro (-á-) {n} decameter (1. [Pros.]; 2. [Meas.]) 
deca-pode (-á-) {adj} decapod, decapodous
decapodo (-á-) {n} [Zool.] decapod; decapodos Decapoda 
deca-syllabe (-sí-) {adj} decasyllabic
decasyllabo (-sí-) {n} decasyllable, decasyllabic 
dece-duo (-dú-) {adj} twelve 
decem-viro (-cém-) {n} [Rom. Antiq.] decemvir
dece-none (-nó-) {adj} nineteenth; le decenone parte, le dece-nono the nineteenth part, the nineteenth 
dece-novesime (-ésime) {adj} nineteenth 
dece-octesime (-ésime) {adj} eighteenth 
dece-septime (-sép-) {adj} seventeenth; le dece-septime parte, le dece-septimo the seventeenth part, the seventeenth 
dece-tres (-trés) {adj} thirteen 
deci-litro (-cí-) {n} deciliter 
decima (dé-) {n} tithe 
decime (dé-) {adj} tenth; le decime parte, le decimo the tenth part, tenth
deci-metro (-cí-) {n} decimeter 
declino-metro (-ó-) {n} declinometer 
decorum (-có-) {n} decorum
decrepite (-cré-) {adj} decrepit
decu-ple (dé-) {adj} decuple, tenfold
defia (-fía) {n} challenge 
deficit (dé-) {n} deficit
deific (-ífic) {adj} deific 
[de-inde] (déin-) {adv} I. thereafter, next; II. afterwards, then (1. following in time; 2. next in order) 
deismo (-íz-) {n} deism 
deista (-ís-) {n} deist 
delphinium (-phí-) {n} [Bot.] delphinium 
deltaic (-áic) {adj} deltaic 
deltoidee (-ée) {adj} deltoid (pertaining to the deltoid muscle) 
demagogeria (-ía) {n} demagoguery, demagogy 
demagogia (-ía) {n} demagogy 
demerito (-mé-) {n} demerit 
demo-crate (-ó-) {n} democrat 
demo-cratia (-ía) {n} democracy 
demographia (-ía) {n} demography 
demo-grapho (-ó-) {n} demographer
demoniac (-í-) {adj} demoniac, demoniacal (1. pertaining to an evil spirit or evil spirits; 2. possessed by an evil spirit) 
demono-latra (-nó-) {n} demonolater
demonolatria (-ía) {n} demonolatry 
demono-logia (-ía) {n} demonology 
demono-mania (-ía) {n} demonomania 
dendro-logia (-ía) {n} dendrology 
dentisteria (-ía) {n} dentistry 
[depois] (-póis) {adv} afterwards, later; depois que since (from the time that (depost) 
deposito (-pó-) {n} I. deposition (depositing for safekeeping); II. deposit (1. thing deposited for safekeeping; 2. depository, depot; 3. sediment); in deposito in trust; deposito de munition ammunition dump
derailamento (-rél-) {n} derailment (act of leaving the tracks) 
derailar (-rél-) {v} to derail, leave the tracks 
dermatitis (-ítis) {n} [Med.] dermatitis 
dermatologia (-ía) {n} -dermatology 
dermato-logo (-tó-) {n} dermatologist
descendita (-cén-) {n} descent (action of descending) 
despota (dés-) {n} despot
deuterium (-té-) {n} [Phys., Chem.] deuterium, heavy hydrogen 
deut-oxydo (-tó-) {n} [Chem.] deutoxide 
dextera, dextra (déx-) {n} right hand 
diaboleria (-ía) {n} deviltry, devilry (devilish mischief) 
diabolo (-á-) {n} 1. devil (spirit of evil); 2. [Game] diabolo; povre diabolo poor devil; advocato del diabolo devil's advocate
diacono (-á-) {n} deacon (member of the order of clergy immediately below that of priest)
dialogo (-á-) {n} dialogue, dialog
diametro (-á-) {n} diameter
diapason (-pá) {n} 1. range (as in "range of a singing voice"; "range of an instrument"); 2. tuning fork 
diarrhea (-éa) {n} diarrhea
diarrheic (-éic) {adj} diarrheal, diarrheic 
diaspora (-ás-) {n} Diaspora, Dispersion 
diastase (diás-) {n} 1. diastasis; 2. [Chem.] diastase 
diathermia (-ía) {n} [Med.] diathermy
didascalia (-ía) {n} [Antiq.] stage directions 
diese (dí-) [Mus.] sharp 
digiti-grade (-tí-) {adj} [Zool.] digitigrade
digitigrado (-tí-) {n} digitigrade 
digito (-dí-) {n} digit (1. finger; toe; 2. [Arith.]); (digito) indice forefinger, index finger; digito medie middle finger; (digito) annular ring finger; (digito) auricular little finger
di-metro (dí-) {n} dimeter 
dionysiac (-íac) {adj} Dionysiac 
diphtheria (-ía) {n} diphtheria
diplomatia (-ía) {n} diplomacy 
dipl-opia (-ía) {n} diplopia
dipso-mania (-ía) {n} dipsomania 
dipsomano (-só-) {n} dipsomaniac 
dipteros (díp-) {npl} [Entom.] Diptera 
discipulo (-cí-) {n} disciple 
discortesia (-ía) {n} discourtesy 
discredito (-cré-) {n} discredit (loss of good name or standing); cader in discredito to fall into discredit 
disharmonia (-ía) {n} disharmony 
disposite (-pó-) {adj} disposed, inclined; disposite a facer un cosa disposed to do something 
di-sticho (dí-) {n} [Pros.] distich; {also:} couplet 
distilleria (-ía) {n} distillery 
di-syllabe (-sí-) {adj} dissyllabic, disyllabic
disyllabo (-sí-) {n} dissyllable, disyllable 
dodeca-syllabe (-sílabe) {adj} dodecasyllabic
dodecasyllabo (-sílabo) {n} [Pros.] dodecasyllable 
domestic (-més-) {adj} domestic (of or belonging to the household, home, family); animal domestic domestic animal; aves domestic poultry
domestico (-més-) {n} domestic 
Dominico (-mí-) {nprm} Dominic
domino (dó-) {n} I. master (lord, owner, etc.); II. domino (1. long, loose robe worn at masquerades; 2. [Games] "domino piece"; {also:} (game of) dominoes)
[donec] (dó-) {conj} 1. while, as long as; 2. until, up to the time that 
Doro-thea (-éa) {nprf} Dorothy 
doxo-logia (-ía) {n} doxology 
draga-minas (-mí-) {n} mine sweeper 
dramaturgia (-ía) {n} dramaturgy 
drapperia (-ía) {n} drapery (1. business of selling cloth; 2. clothing or hangings arranged in graceful folds) 
drogeria (-ía) {n} drugstore 
druida (drú-) {n} druid
druidic (-íd-) {adj} druidic, druidical 
dubita (dú-) {n} doubt; esser in dubita to be in doubt; sin dubita without doubt, doubtless; foris de dubita beyond doubt; poner (un cosa) in dubita to cast doubt on (something) 
Dunkirken (dún-) {npr} Dunkirk 
duo-dece (-ó-) {adj} twelve
duodecime (-dé-) {adj} twelfth 
duodenitis (-ítis) {n} duodenitis 
du-plice (dú-) {adj} double, twofold
duum-viro (-úm-) {n} [Rom. Antiq.] duumvir
dynamo (dí-) {n} [Elec.] dynamo
dynamo-metro (-mó-) {n} dynamometer 
dynastia (-ía) {n} dynasty 
dysenteria (-ía) {n} [Pathol.] dysentery
dyspepsia (-ía) {n} [Pathol.] dyspepsia 
dysphasia (-ía) {n} [Med.] dysphasia 
ebenisteria (-ía) {n} cabinetmaking 
ebeno (é-) {n} ebony
Ecclesiastes (-ás-) {npr} [Bib.] Ecclesiastes 
ecclesio-logia (-ía) {n} ecclesiology 
echoic (-óic) {adj} echoic 
echo-lalia (-ía) {n} [Psychopathol.] echolalia 
echo-metria (-ía) {n} echometry
echo-metro (-kó) {n} echometer 
ecloga (éc-) {n} eclogue 
ecologia (-ía) {n} ecology 
eco-logo (-có-) {n} ecologist
economia (-ía) {n} economy (1. management of the expenditures of a social group; 2. careful management, thrift); economias economies, savings; economia politic political economy, economics; economia de tempore saving of time 
eco-nomo (-có-) {n} steward, housekeeper
ecstase (éc-) {n} ecstasy
-ectomia (-ía) {n} [occurring in compoundss] [Surg.] - ectomy (excision, removal)
Eden (é-) {npr} Eden 
Edipo (é-) {npr} [Gr. Mythol.] Oedipus; complexo de Edipo [Psychoanalysis] Oedipus complex 
egee (-gée) {adj} Aegean; Mar Egee Aegean sea 
Egeo (1) (-géo) {npr} [Gr. Mythol.] Aegeus
Egeo (2) (-géo) {npr} Aegean, Aegean Sea 
egide (égide) {n} aegis (1. [Gr. Antiq.]; 2. shield, protection); sub le egide de under the aegis of 
egoismo (-ízmo) {n} egotism, egoism 
egoista (-ísta) {n} egotist, egoist; attrib. egotistic, egoistic 
egoistic (-ístic) {adj} egoistical 
ego-latria (-ía) {n} self-worship 
egyptologia (-ía) {n} Egyptology 
egypto-logo (-tó-) {n} Egyptologist, Egyptologue
eider (éi-) {n} [Zool.] eider
electro-chimia (-ía) {n} electrochemistry
electr-odo (-léc-) {n} electrode 
electro-lyse (-ólise) {n} electrolysis
electro-lyto (-ó-) {n} electrolyte
electrometria (-ía) {n} electrometry 
electro-metro (-ó-) {n} electrometer
electroscopia (-ía) {n} electroscopy 
electro-therapeutica (-péu-) {n} electrotherapeutics 
electro-therapia (-ía) {n} electrotherapy, electrotherapeutics 
electrotypia (-ía) {n} electrotypy, electrotyping 
electro-typo (-ó) {n} [Print.] electrotype
eleemosyna (-mó-) {n} alms
elegia (-ía) {n} elegy
elegiac (-íac) {adj} elegiac (l. [Pros.]; 2. mournful, melancholy) 
elephantiasis (-íasis) {n} [Pathol.] elephantiasis 
Elia (-ía) {npr} [Bib.] Elijah, Elias 
Elisabeth (-bét) {nprf} Elizabeth
émailliar (emalyár) {v} to enamel 
embolia (-ía) {n} [Pathol.] embolism 
embryo-genese (-gé-) {n} embryogenesis 
embryo-genesis (-gé-) {n} embryogenesis 
embryo-genia (-ía) {n} embryogeny
embryologia (-ía) {n} embryology 
embryo-logo (-ólogo) {n} embryologist
emerite (-mé-) {adj} emeritus 
empathia (-ía) {n} empathy, Einfühlung 
emphase (ém-) {n} 1. emphasis; 2. bombast 
empleo (-éo) {n} I. employment (1. employing; 2. occupation); II. use (action of using) 
encyclopedia (-ía) {n} encyclopedia
endemia (-ía) {n} [Med.] endemic
endocarditis (-ítis) {n} [Path.] endocarditis 
endocrinologia (-ía) {n} endocrinology 
endocrino-logo (-nó-) {n} endocrinologist
endo-game (-ógame) {adj} [Anthropol.] endogamous
endogamia (-ía) {n} [Anthropol.] ondogamy 
endo-skeleto (-ské-) {n} [Zool.] endoskeleton 
Eneas (-né-) {npr} [Gr. Mythol.] Aeneas
Eneide (-néi-) {n} [Lat. Lit.] Aeneid 
energia (-ía) {n} energy; energia atomic atomic energy; energia electric electric power
enoio (-nó-) {n} 1. annoyance, worry, trouble; 2. boredom, ennui 
enoiose (-óse) {adj} boring 
entel-echia (-ía) {n} [Philos.] entelechy 
enter-algia (-ía) {n} [Pathol.] enteralgia 
enteritis (-ítis) {n} [Pathol.] enteritis 
entero-colitis (-ítis) {n} [Pathol.] enterocolitis 
entero-logia (-ía) {n} enterology (science or study of the intestines) 
enteron (én-) {n} [Anat., Zool.] enteron, alimentary canal
entero-tomia (-ía) {n} [Surg.] enterotomy 
entero-tomo (-ró) {n} [Surg.] enterotome 
entomologia (-ía) {n} entomology 
entomo-logo (-mó-) {n} entomologist
ento-zoon (-zó-) (pl entozoa) {n} entozoon 
eo-anthropo (-tró-) {n} [Paleontol.] Eoanthropus, Piltdown man 
eoe (-ó-) {adj} eoan (1. dawn; 2. oriental) 
eo-litho (-ó-) {n} [Archeol.] eolith
Eolo (é-) {npr} [Mythol.] Aeolus
eosino-phile (-nó-) {adj} [Biol.] eosinophile, eosinophilic, eosinophilous
eosinophilia (-ía) {n} [Pathol.] eosinophilia 
eosinophilo (-nó-) {n} [Biol.] eosinophile 
eozoic (-zó-) {adj} [Geol.] Eozoic 
eo-zoon (-zó-) {n} [Geol.] eozoon
ephelide (-fé-) {n} freckle 
ephemeride (-mé-) {n} 1. calendar, almanac, etc.; 2. [Astron.] ephemeris; ephemerides ephemerides 
ephemero (-fé-) {n} [Zool.] ephemeron, ephemerid; ephemeros [Zool.] Ephemera, Ephemerida 
epicuree (-ée) {adj} Epicurean; {also:} epicurean 
epicureismo (-ízmo) {n} 1. [Philos.] Epicureanism; 2. epicurism 
epicureo (-éo) {n} 1. Epicurean; 2. epicure, epicurean 
epidemia (-ía) {n} epidemic
epidermis (-dér-) {n} [Anat., Bot.] epidermis 
epigee (-gé-) {adj} [Bot.] epigeous (growing upon the ground) 
epiglottis (-gló-) {n} [Anat.] epiglottis 
epigono (-pí-) {n} epigone (one of a succeeding and less distinguished generation); Epigonos [Gr. Myth.] Epigoni 
epilepsia (-ía) {n} epilepsy 
epilogo (-pí-) {n} epilogue
-epipedo (-í-) {n} [occurring in compoundss] -epiped (plane surface) 
epiphyto (-íphyto) {n} [Bot.] epiphyte 
episcopo (-pís-) {n} bishop
epistola (-pís-) {n} 1. letter, epistle; 2. [Eccl.] Epistle
epistolographia (-ía) {n} epistolography 
epistolo-grapho (-ló-) {n} epistolographer
epitheto (-íteto) {n} [Gram.] epithet
epizoon (-zó-) (pl epizoa) {n} [Zool.] epizoon 
epocha (é-) {n} epoch; epocha glacial Ice Age; facer epocha to be epoch-making
eponyme (-ó-) {adj} eponymous
eponymia (-ía) {n} eponymy 
eponymo (-ó-) {n} eponym, eponymus 
epo-eia (-péya) {n} epic, epic poem 
epos (é-) {n} epic, epic poem
equ-anime (equá-) {adj} even-tempered
equite (é-) {n} [Rom. Hist.] eques; equites [Rom. Hist.] equites
equivoco (-í-) {n} ambiguity (equivocal expression) 
eremiteria (-ía) {n} hermitage (hermit's abode) 
-eria (-ería) {suffixo substantive} [used  with nouns] 1. -ery, -shop, -store (place where ... is made, worked, kept, or sold); 2. -ery, -eering, -smithing, -work (art, craft, trade, or practice of working with ...; {also:} the product of such work); 
Eros (é-) {npr} Eros
eroto-mania (-ía) {n} [Pathol.] erotomania 
erysipela (-sí-) {n} [Pathol.] erysipelas 
Esau (-áu) {nprm} Esau 
eschatologia (-ía) {n} eschatology 
eschato-logo (-tó-) {n} eschatologist
eschimo (és-) {n} Eskimo 
Eschylo (és-) {npr} Aeschylus 
esophagee (-ée) {adj} esophageal, oesophageal 
eso-phago (-só-) {n} [Anat.] esophagus, oesophagus
[es-que] (éske) {interr part} -; esque il habe le libro? has he the book? 
essayo (-sá-) {n} 1. trial, test; 2. assay (assayal); 3. attempt, essay; 4. essay ("literary essay")
esthesia (-ía) {n} esthesia
esthesio-logia (-ía) {n} esthesiology 
esthesio-metro (-ó-) {n} esthesiometer 
esthesio-neurosis (-ósis) {n} esthesioneurosis 
et cetera, etc. (-cé-) and so on, and so forth, etc. 
ethiope (-tí-) {adj/n} Ethiopian
ethno-genia (-ía) {n} ethnogeny 
ethnographia (-ía) {n} ethnography 
ethno-grapho (-nó-) {n} ethnographer
ethnologia (-ía) {n} ethnology 
ethno-logo (-nó-) {n} ethnologist
ethno-psychologia (-ía) {n} ethnopsychology 
etho-logia (-ía) {n} [Sociol.] ethology 
etho-peia (-péya) {n} [Rhet.] ethopoeia 
ethos (é-) {n} [Philos., Rhet., etc.] ethos
etiam (é-) also, likewise, too; even, even yet; yet; non solmente ... sed etiam ... not only ... but also ... 
etiquetta (-ké-) {n} 1. label, tag, ticket; 2. etiquette
etymo (é-) {n} etymon
etymologia (-ía) {n} etymology (1. origin or derivation of a word; 2. branch of philology concerned with etymologies) 
etymo-logo (-mó-) {n} etymologist
eucharistia (-ía) {n} [Eccl.] Eucharist
eudemonia (-ía) {n} eudaemonia 
euphemia (-ía) {n} euphemism 
euphonia (-ía) {n} euphony 
eu-rhythmia (-ía) {n} eurhythmy
europee (-pée) {adj} European 
europeo (-péo) {n} European 
europium (-ró-) {n} [Chem.] europium 
evangelo (-áng-) {n} evangelist, evangel
exito (éx-) {n} exit, way out 
exodo (éx-) {n} exodus; Exodo Exodus
exo-game (-ógame) {adj} [Anthropol.] exogamous
exogamia (-ía) {n} [Anthropol.] exogamy 
exopero (-ó-) {n} strike (as in "be on strike") 
exo-skeleto (-ské-) {n} [Zool.] exoskeleton 
explicite (-plí-) {adj} explicit (clearly expressed) 
extero (éx-) {n} foreign countries; al extero abroad (as in "to go abroad; to live abroad"), in foreign parts 
extrinsec (-trín-) {adj} extrinsic (not inherent or essential) 
fabrica (fá-) {n} 1. factory (manufactory); 2. forge, smithy; marca de fabrica trademark; fabrica metallurgic metallurgical plant
fabula (fá-) {n} I. fable (1. as in "Aesop's Fables"; 2. historical legend or myth; 3. falsehood, fiction); II. plot, story (of a a play, etc.)
factoria (-ía) {n} factory (trading station, office or post of a factor) 
facula (fácula) {n} 1. torch, brand; 2. [Astron.] facula 
falconeria (-ía-) {n} falconry 
falconides (-có-) {npl} [Ornith.] Falconidae 
fascino (fá-) {n} 1. spell, hex, evil eye; 2. fascination
fatidic (-ídic) {adj} prophetic, fatidic 
febrifuge (-í-) {adj} febrifuge 
feculeria (-ía) {n} starchworks 
fee (fée) {n} fairy, fay; conto de fees fairy tale
feeria (-ía) {n} 1. fairyland: 2. [Theat.] fairy play, spectacular play 
femina (fé-) {n} 1. women; 2. female; (cavallo, etc.) femina female (horse, etc.)
feretro (fé-) {n} bier 
ferreria (-ía) {n} 1. smithy, blacksmith's shop; 2. smithing, blacksmith's work 
ferro-via (-ía) {n} railway
Fiacre (fiácr) {nprm} Fiacre; fiacre hack, hackney coach 
fibula (fí-) {n} I. fibula (1. [Antiq.]; 2. [Anat.]); II. clasp, buckle, brooch 
ficato (fí-) {n} [Anat.] liver 
fideismo (-ízmo) {n} fideism 
fideista (-ísta) {n} fideist 
filice (fí-) {n} fern
fissi-pede (-ípede) {adj} cloven-footed, fissiped 
flaccide (flác-) {adj} flaccid
flammifero (-í-) {n} match, lucifer; cassa de flammiferos match box, box of matches 
flatteria (-ía) {n} flattery 
flavi-pede (-í-) {adj} [Zooh] flavipes 
flecha (flésha) {n} 1. arrow; 2. [Geom.] versed sine
fluide (flú-) {adj} fluid
fluido (flú-) {n} fluid 
fluor (-ór) {n} [Chem.] fluorine; spat fluor [Mineral.] fluorite
fluoresceina (-ína) [Chem.] fluorescein 
fluoroscopia (-ía) {n} fluoroscopy 
fodero (fó-) {n} lining (as in "the lining of a coat")
foliolo (-í-) {n} [Bot.] foliole (leaflet) 
follia (-ía) {n} 1. madness (mental derangement); 2. folly 
fomite (fó-) {n} 1. tinder; 2. [Med.] fomes; fomites [Med.] fomites 
foraminiferos (-íferos) {n} [Zool.] Foraminifera 
foras, foris (fór-) I. {adv} 1. out of doors, outside, out; 2. from without; II. {prep} 1. beyond; 2. except; foras de outside of, without; foras de se beside oneself
for-cipe (fór-) {n} (obstetrical) forceps 
foresteria (-ía) {n} forestry 
formica (-íca) {n} ant; formica blanc white ant, termite
forsan (fór-) {adv} perhaps, maybe 
fortuite (-ú-) {adj} fortuitous; [Law] caso fortuite act of God, fortuitous event 
francmasoneria (-ía) {n} Freemasonry 
francophilo (-ó-) {n} Francophile 
franco-phobe (-có-) {adj} Francophobe
francophobo (-có-) {n} Francophobe 
fraxino (fráx-) {n} ash, ash tree
Frederico (-íco) {nprm} Frederick 
fremito (fré-) {n} 1. tremor, quiver, shiver; {also:} [Med.] fremitus, thrill; 2. roar, roaring, murmur 
frigorific (-ífic) {adj} cooling, chilling, frigorific 
fructeria (-ía) {n} fruit store 
fun-ambulo (-ám-) {n} tightrope walker, funambulist 
funderia (-ía) {n} foundry (establishment where founding of metal is carried on) 
funebre (fú-) {adj} funeral, funereal; marcha funebre funeral march; pompa funebre (solemn) funeral; convoyo funebre funeral procession 
funerales (-ál-) {npl} funeral 
fungo-logia (-ía) {n} fungology
furunculosis (-ósis) {n} [Pathol.] furunculosis 
galanteria (-ía) {n} gallantry (polite attention to the women) 
galata (gá-) {n} Galatian; epistola al galatas Epistle to the Galatians
galea (éa) {n} galley (1. as in "to condemn to the galleys"; 2. [Print.])
galeria (-ía) {n} gallery (1. covered passageway; 2. [Theat.]; 3. art museum) 
Galilea (-éa) {n} Galilee
galilee (-ée) {adj} Galilean (of Galilee) 
galileo (-éo) {n} Galilean 
galimatias (-ías) {n} gibberish, jargon, galimatias 
Galles (gál-) {npr} Wales; Prince de Galles Prince of Wares
galliardia (-ía) {n} vigor; liveliness, gaiety, etc. 
gallium (gál-) {n} [Chem.] gallium 
gallo-mania (-ía) {n} Gallomania, Francomania 
gallophilia (-ía) {n} Gallophilism, Francophilism 
gallophilo (-ló-) {n} Gallophile, Francophile 
gallo-phobe (-ló-) {adj} Gallophobe, Francophobe
gallophobia (-ía) {n} Gallophobia, Francophobia 
gallophobo (-ló-) {n} Gallophobe, Francophobe 
galvano-metro (-ó-) {n} galvanometer 
galvano-plastia (-ía) {n} galvanoplastics, galvanoplasty
gamo-mania (-ía) {n} [Psychol.] gamomania 
ganglion (-ánglion) {n} ganglion
ganglionitis (-ítis) {n} ganglionitis 
garantia (-ía) {n} guarantee, guaranty, warranty 
gasogeno (-ó-) {n} gas producer 
gaso-metro (-ó-) {n} gasometer 
gastr-algia (-ía) {n} [Med.] gastralgia 
gastritis (-ítis) {n} [Med.] gastritis 
gastro-enteritis (-ítis) {n} [Med.] gastroenteritis 
gastro-nome (-tró) {adj} gastronomic
gastronomia (-ía) {n} gastronomy 
gastronomo (-tró-) {n} gastronome, gastronomist 
gastro-pode (-ópode) {adj} gastropodous, gastropod
gastropodo (-ópodo) {n} [Zool.] gastropod, gasteropod; gastropodos [Zool.] Gastropoda, Gasteropoda 
gastroscopia (-ía) {n} gastroscopy 
gastro-tomia (-ía) {n} [Surg.] gastrotomy 
gelea (-éa) {n} jelly 
gemino (gé-) {n} twin; Geminos [Astron.] Gemini, Twins 
gemito (gé-) {n} groan, whine 
genealogia (-ía) {n} genealogy (1. line of descent; 2. study of descent]) 
genea-logo (-á-) {n} genealogist
generalissmo (-íssmo) {n} generalissimo 
genese (gé-) {n} genesis; Genese [Bib.] Genesis 
genesis (gé-) {n} genesis; Genesis [Bib.] Genesis
genite (gé-) {adj} begotten 
geno-typo (-ó-) {n} genotype 
Gentius (gén-) {npr} [about 180 B.C.; King of Illyria who discovered the gentian according to Pliny]
geo-desia (-ía) {n} geodesy
geo-genia (-ía) {n} geogeny
geo-gnosia (-ía) {n} geognosy 
geo-gonia (-ía) {n} geogony 
geographia (-ía) {n} geography; geographia physic physical geography; geographia economic economic geography; geographia politic political geography 
geo-grapho (-ó-) {n} geographer
geologia (-ía) {n} geology (1. science of geology; 2. geological features of a given area) 
geo-logo (-ólogo) {n} geologist
geomantia (-ía) {n} geomancy 
geo-metra (-ó-) {n} geometer, geometrician
geometria (-ía) {n} geometry; geometria plan plane geometry 
germanium (-má-) {n} [Chem.] germanium 
germanophilo (-ó-) {n} Germanophile 
geronto-cratia (-ía) {n} gerontocracy 
Gethsemani (-sé-) {npr} Gethsemane 
geyser (géi-) {n} gcyser 
ghetto (gét-) {n} ghetto 
giganto-machia (-ía) {n} gigantomachy 
gingibre (jinjíbre) {n} ginger 
gingivitis (-ítis) {n} gingivitis 
girafa (jiráfa) {n} giraffe 
gladiolo (-í-) {n} gladiolus, gladiola 
gloriola (-í-) {n} petty vanity 
glossitis (-ítis) {n} [Pathol.] glossitis 
glosso-tomia (-ía) {n} [Med.] glossotomy, excision of the tongue 
glucinum (-ín-) {n} [Chem.] glucinum 
gluttonia (-ía) {n} gluttony 
glycogeno (-ó-) {n} [Biochem.] glycogen 
gnomo-logia (-ía) {n} gnomology
gondola (gón-) [I] {n} gondola
-gonia (-ía) {n} [occurring in compounds]  -gony (generation, origin)
goniometria (-ía) {n} goniometry 
gonio-metro (-ó-) {n} goniometer
gono-rrhea (-éa) {n} [Pathol.] gonorrhea 
grammophono (-ó-) {n} gramophone 
granamita (-ná-) {n} great-aunt 
granivoro (-í-) {n} granivore 
graphia (-ía) {n} (system of) writing, script
graphologia (-ía) {n} graphology (study of handwriting) 
grapho-logo (-phó-) {n} graphologist
gratis (qrá-) [L] {adv} gratis, free (of charge) 
gratuite (-ú-) {adj} gratuitous (1. gratis, free; 2. uncalled for, unwarranted) 
grosseria (-ía) {n} coarseness, rudeness 
guanteria (-ía) {n} glove shop 
guerrillero (-lyéro) {n} guerrilla, partisan 
Guinea (ginéa) {npr} Guinea; Golfo de Guinea Gulf of Guinea; guinea [Monet.] guinea
gulash (gú-) {n} goulash 
gurgite (gúr-) {n} 1. abyss, whirlpool, gulf; 2. gullet, throat
guttiferas (-í-) {npl} [Bot.] Guttiferae 
gymno-spore (-nó-) {adj} [Bot.] gymnosporous 
gyneceo (-éo) {n} [Gr. and Rom. Antiq.] gynaeceum 
gyneco-cratia (-ía) {n} gynecocracy 
gynecologia (-ía) {n} gynecology 
gyneco-logo (-có-) {n} gynecologist
gyno-phoro (-nó-) {n} [Bot.] gynophore 
gyro-metro (-ró-) {n} gyrometer 
gyro-stato (-ró-) {n} gyrostat
habito (há-) {n} I. (suit of) clothes; {also:} dress; II. habit (1. dress of a religious order; 2. custom); le habito non face le monacho [Proverb] the cowl does not make the monk
hachich (hashísh) {n} hashish 
halito (há-) {n} breath; halitus 
hallelujah (-úya) hallelujah, alleluia 
harmonia (-ía) {n} harmony
harpyia (-íya) {n} [Mythol.] Harpy 
Hawai (-á-i) {npr} Hawaii; insulas Hawai Hawaiian Islands
hebraic (-áic) {adj} Hebraic 
hebraismo (-ízmo) {n} Hebraism (1. Hebrew idiom; 2. Hebrew character, characteristics, institutions, etc.) 
hebraista (-ísta) {n} Hebraist (student of Hebrew language and culture) 
hebree (-ée) {adj} Hebrew 
hebreo (1) (-éo) {n} Hebrew (Israelite, Jew)
hebreo (2) (-éo) {n} Hebrew (language) 
hecto-grapho (-ó-) {n} hectograph
hecto-litro (-ó-) {n} hectoliter 
hedera (hé-) {n} ivy 
Helena (hé-) {nprf} Helen 
heliac (-íac) {adj} [Astron.] heliac, heliacal 
heli-anthemo (-ántemo) {n} [Bot.j helianthemum 
helice (hé-) {n} I. helix (1. spiral line; 2. [Geom.]; 3. [Anat.] rim of the ear); II. [Zool.] Helix (genus including snails); III. propeller (of ship, airplane etc.)
helico-ptero (-cóp-) {n} helicopter 
Helios (hé-) {n} [Gr. Relig.] Helios (god of the sun) 
helio-stato (-ó-) {n} heliostat
helio-trope (-ó-) {adj} heliotropic (turning toward the sun)
heliotypia (-ía) {n} heliotypy 
helio-typo (-ó-) {n} heliotype
helium (hé-) {n} [Chem.] helium; helio- [occurring in derivatives and compounds] heli-, helio- (sun)
Hellade (hél-) {npr} Hellas 
helminthiasis (-ásis) {n} [Pathol.] helminthiasis 
helminthologia (-ía) {n} helminthology 
helmintho-logo (-tó-) {n} helminthologist
hematosis (-ósis) {n} [Physiol.] hematosis, haematosis 
hemiptero (-mí-) {n} [Zool.] hemipteron; hemipteros [Zool.] Hemiptera 
hemi-trope (-í-) {adj} [Cryst.] hemitrope, hemitropic
hemitropia (-ía) {n} [Cryst.] hemitropy 
hemophilia (-ía) {n} hemophilia, haemophilia 
hemophilo (-mó-) {n} hemophile, haemophile, hemophiliac, haemophiliac, bleeder 
hemo-rrhagia (-ía) {n} hemorrhage, haemorrhage 
hemo-stase (-ó-) {n} [Med.] hemostasis, hemostasia (arrest of a hemorrhage) 
hemo-stato (-mó-) {n} [Surg.] hemostat 
hepat-algia (-ía) {n} [Med.] hepatalgia
hepate (hé-) {n} [Anat.] liver
hepatitis (-ítis) {n} [Pathol.] hepatitis 
hepato-logia (-ía) {n} hepatology 
hepta-metro (-á-) {n} heptameter 
hept-archia (-ía) {n} heptarchy 
Hercules (hér-) {npr} [Mythol.] Hercules; Columnas de Hercules Pillars of Hercules
heresia (-ía) {n} heresy
Hermes (hér-) {npr} [Gr. Relig.] Hermes
Hermes Trismegisto (hér-) {npr} Hermes Trismegistus
Herodiade (-í-) {npr} Herodias 
heroe (-óe) {n} hero
heroic (-óic) {adj} heroic(al); (remedio, etc.) heroic [Med.] heroic (remedy, etc.) 
heroina (-ína) {n} heroine 
heroismo (-ízmo) {n} heroism 
herpeto-logia (1) (-ía) {n} herpetology (study of herpes) 
herpeto-logia (2) (-ía) {n} herpetology (study of reptiles) 
heteroclite (-ó-) {adj} heteroclite (1. [Gram.]; 2. irregular, anamalous)
heteroclito (-ó-) {n} heteroclite (1. [Gram.]; 2. irregular, anamalous thing or person) 
heterodoxia (-ía) {n} heterodoxy 
hetero-dyne (-ó-) {adj} [Radio] heterodyne 
hetero-game (-ó-) {adj} heterogamous
heterogamia (-ía) {n} heterogamy 
heteropteros (-róp-) {npl} [Entom.] Heteroptera 
hexagono (-á-) {n} hexagon 
hexa-metre (-ámetre) {adj} hexameter, hexametric
hexametro (-ámetro) {n} hexameter 
hexapode (-ápode) {adj} hexapod
hexapodo (-ápodo) {n} hexapod 
hierarchia (-ía) {n} hierarchy 
hiero-dulo (-úlo) {n} [Gr. Relig.] hierodule 
hiero-logia (-ía) {n} hierology 
hiero-mantia (-ía) {n} hieromancy 
hindu (-ú) [Persian] {adj/n} Hindu, Hindoo
hippiatria (-ía) {n} hippiatry (study, work, etc. of a horse doctor) 
Hippocrate (-ó-) {npr} Hippocrates
hippo-dromo (-pó) {n} hippodrome (course for horse races) 
hippo-litho (-ó-) {n} [Pathol.] hippolith 
hippologia (-ía) {n} hippology 
hippo-logo (-pó-) {n} hippologist
hippo-phage (-pó-) {adj} hippophageous (eating horse meat)
hippophagia (-ía) {n} hippophagy 
hippophago (-pó-) {n} hippophagist 
hippo-potamo (-pótamo) {n} hippopotamus 
hirpice (hírpice) {n} harrow
histogenia (-ía) {n} histogeny 
histographia (-ía) {n} histography 
histo-grapho (-óqrapho) {n} histographer 
histologia (-ía) {n} histology 
histo-logo (-tó-) {n} histologist
histo-nomia (-ía) {n} histonomy 
historiographia (-ía) {n} historiography 
historio-grapho (-ó-) {n} historiographer
hodo-grapho (-dó-) {n} hodograph 
hodo-metria (-ía) {n} odometry, hodometry
hodo-metro (-ó-) {n} odometer, hodometer 
holo-graphe (-ló-) {adj} holograph, holographic
holographo (-ló-) {n} holograph 
holophrase (-ló-) {n} holophrasis 
homalo-graphia (-ía) {n} [Anat.] homalography
homaro (hó-) {n} lobster
homeo-patho (-ópato) {n} homeopath 
homeo-pathia (-ía) {n} homeopathy
homo-game (-mó-) {adj} homogamous
homogamia (-ía) {n} homogamy; specif: [Bot.] 
homo-grapho (-mó-) {n} [(Gram.] homograph 
homo-loge (-mó-) {adj} homologous; specif.: [Geom., Chem., Biol., etc.]
homologia (-ía) {n} homology 
homomorphia (-ía) {n} homomorphy 
hom-onyme (-mó-) {adj} homonymous (having the quality of a homonym or homonyms)
homonymia (-ía) {n} homonymy 
homonymo (-ó-) {n} homonym, homophone 
homo-phone (-mó-) {adj} homophonous (1. [Mus.]; 2. [Gram.])
homophono (-mó-) {n} [Gram.] homophone 
homopteros (-mó-) {npl} [Entom.] Homoptera 
hordeina (-ína) {n} [Chem.] hordein 
horologieria (-ía) {n} 1. watchmaking, clockmaking; 2. watchmaker's, clockmaker's store 
horo-scopo (-ró-) {n} horoscope 
hospite (hós-) {n} 1. host, hostess (one who entertains a guest or guests); {also:} innkeeper, landlord, etc.; 2. guest (at a hotel, boardinghouse, etc.)
humero (hú-) {n} 1. shoulder (as in "to carry on one's shoulders"); 2. [Anat.] humerus
hungaro (1) (húng-) {n} Hungarian (native of Hungary)
hungaro (2) (húng-) {n} Hungarian (language) 
hybrida (hí-) {n} hybrid; attrib. hybrid
hydr-acido (-á-) {n} [Chem.] hydracid 
hydr-angea (-gé-) {n} hydrangea 
hydro-cele (-cé-) {n} [Med.] hydrocele 
hydrocephalia (-ía) {n} [Med.] hydrocephalus, hydrocephaly 
hydrocephalo (-cé-) {n} [Med.] hydrocephalus 
hydro-geno (-ó-) {n} hydrogen
hydrographia (-ía) {n} hydrography 
hydro-grapho (-ó-) {n} hydrographer
hydro-meter (-ó-) {n} hydrometer 
hydro-pathia (-ía) {n} hydropathy
hydro-phobia (-ía) {n} [Pathol.] hydrophobia 
hydropisia (-ía) {n} dropsy 
hydro-therapeutic (-péu-) {adj} hydrotherapeutic 
hydro-therapia (-ía) {n} hydrotherapy, hydrotherapeutics 
hydr-oxydo (-ó-) {n} hydroxide 
hygiene (-éne) {n} hygiene
hygro-grapho (-ó-) {n} hygrograph
hygro-metro (-ó-) {n} hygrometer 
Hymeneo (-éo) {npr} [Mythol.] Hymen; hymeneo marriage, wedding 
hymenopteros (-nóp-) {npl} [Entom.] Hymenoptera 
hymnographia (-ía) {n} hymnography 
hymno-grapho (-ó-) {n} hymnographer
hymnologia (-ía) {n} hymnology 
hymno-logo (-nó-) {n} hymnologist
hyperbola (-pér-) {n} 1. [Rhet.] hyperbole; 2. [Math.] hyperbola
hypertrophia (-ía) {n} hypertrophy
hypnologia (-ía) {n} hypnology 
hypno-logo (-nó-) {n} hypnologist
hypno-phobia (-ía) {n} [Pathol] hypnophobia 
hypno-therapia (-ía) {n} hypnotherapy 
hypochondria (-ía) {n} [Med.] hypochondria 
hypochondriac (-íac) {adj} hypochondriac (1. pertaining to the hypochondrium; 2. pertaining to hypochondria) 
hypochondriaco (-íaco) {n} hypochondriac (one suffering with hypochondria) 
hypocrisia (-ía) {n} hypocrisy 
hypocrita (-ó-) {n} hypocrite; attrib. hypocritical; esser hypocrita to be a hypocrite, be hypocritical 
hypogee (-gée) {adj} hypogeous, hypogeal, subterranean; specif.: [Bot., Zool.] 
hypogeo (-géo) {n} [Anc. Arch.] hypogeum (underground chamber) 
hypostase (-pó-) {n} [Theol.; Med.] hypostasis 
hypothese (-ótese) {n} hypothesis 
hysteria (-ía) {n} hysteria
ibidem (-bí-) {adv} 1. in the same place, in that very place; 2. ibidem; ibid., ib. ibid., ib. 
Icaro (í-) {npr} [Gr. Mythol.] Icarus
ichthyo-litho (ó) {n} [Paleontol.] ichthyolite 
ichthyologia (-ía) {n} ichthyology 
ichthyo-logo (-ólogo) {n} ichthyologist
ichthyo-phage (-ófage) {adj} ichthyophagous, fish-eating
ichthyophagia (-ía) {n} ichthyophagy 
ichthyophago (-ófago) {n} ichthyophagist 
iconographia (-ía) {n} iconography 
icono-grapho (-nó-) {n} iconographer
icono-latra (-nó-) {n} iconolater
iconolatria (-ía) {n} inconolatry 
iconologia (-ía) {n} iconology 
icono-logo (-nó-) {n} iconologist
icono-stase (-nó-) {n} iconostasis 
idea (-éa) {n} idea
idem (í-) {pron} 1. the same (thing); 2. idem 
ideo-graphia (-ía) {n} ideography
ideologia (-ía) {n} ideology (1. science of ideas; 2. as in "Fascist ideology") 
ideo-logo (-ólogo) {n} ideologist
idio-syncrasia (-ía) {n} idiosyncrasy
idiotia (-ía) {n} idiocy 
idol-atra (-dó-) {n} idolater; attrib idolatrous
idolatria (-ía) {n} idolatry 
idolo (í-) {n} idol
-ific (-ífic) {suffixo adjective} [-fic affter -i-; used with nouns] -ific, -fic (making, causing)
igitur (í-) {adv/conj} then, therefore, thereupon 
igni-cola (-í-) {n} fire worshipper 
igni-vome (-í-) {adj} vomiting fire, ignivomous 
ilice (í-) {n} holly 
illegitime (-gí-) {adj} illegitimate; (filio) illegitime illegitimate (son) 
illicite (-lí-) {adj} illicit 
imparisyllabe (-sí-) {adj} imparisyllabic 
imparisyllabo (-sí-) {n} imparisyllabic 
impeto (ím-) {n} impetus (of a moving body)
implicite (-lí-) {adj} implicit 
improbe (ím-) {adj} dishonest, lacking probity 
inclino-metro (-ó-) {n} inclinometer 
incognite (-cóg-) {adj} unknown 
incognito (-cóg-) {n} incognito 
incommode (-có-) {adj} inconvenient, unsuitable, etc. 
incubo (ín-) {n} incubus; {also:} nightmare 
Indiana-polis (-ná-) {npr} Indianapolis 
indice (ín-) {n} I. index (1. indicator; 2. forefinger; 3. as in "index of a book"); II. [R.C.Ch.] Index; poner al indice to put on the Index
indigena (-dí-) {n} native; attrib indigenous, native 
indigo (ín-) {n} indigo (1. the dye "indigo"; 2. the color "indigo"; 3. indigo plant)
indisposite (-pó-) {adj} indisposed (unwell); esser indisposite contra un persona to be unfriendly to someone 
inedite (-né-) {adj} 1. inedited; 2. unpublished 
infanteria (-ía) {n} infantry 
infinitesime (-ésime) {adj} infinitesimal 
infirmeria (-ía) {n} infirmary, sickroom 
ingenieria (-ía) {n} engineering (profession of engineering) 
inharmonia (-ía) {n} inharmony 
inimic (-íc) {adj} inimical (1. hostile; 2. harmful)
inimico (-íco) {n} enemy 
inope (ín-) {adj} 1. helpless; 2. destitute
insectivoro (-tí-) {n} insectivore 
insecto-logia (-ía) {n} insectology 
insimul (-sí-) {adv} together insimul (-sí-) {n} general effect, ensemble 
insipide (-sí-) {adj} insipid, flat
insolite (-só-) {adj} unusual, unaccustomed 
insula (ín-) {n} 1. island, isle; 2. block (of buildings)
integre (ín-) {adj} 1. entire, whole; 2. upright (of unfailing integrity)
inter (ín-) {prep} 1. between; 2. among
[inter-dum] (-tér-) {adv} sometimes, occasionally; for some time; meanwhile, in the meantime 
[inter-ea] (-té-) {adv} meanwhile, in the meantime 
interim (ín-) {adv} meanwhile, (in the) meantime
interim (ín-) {n} interim; in le interim in the interim 
interime (té-) {adj} interim 
interprete (-tér-) {n} interpreter (1. one whose profession is to translate orally; 2. one who explains or expounds)
intime (ín-) {adj} intimate (1. inward, deepseated; 2. close)
intrinsec (-trín-) {adj} intrinsic 
intus (ín-) {adv} inside (1. on the inside, within; 2. into, to the inside)
invalide (-vá-) {adj} 1. invalid, disabled; 2. invalid, without legal force 
invalido (-vá-) {n} invalid; specif.: disabled soldier 
invide (ín-) {adj} envious
invio (-ío) {n} sending, dispatch 
iodo-metria (-ía) {n} iodometry 
ion (í-) {n} ion
Iphigenia (-ía) {npr} [Gr. Mythol.] Iphigenia 
iritis (-ítis) {n} [Med.] iritis 
ironia (-ía) {n} irony
irrite (ír-) {adj} [Law] void, nullified 
Isaia (-sáia) {npr} Isaiah 
isobaro (-ó-) {n} isobar (1. [Meteorol.]; 2. [Chem.]) 
isoclino (-ó-) {n} isocline 
iso-game (-ó-) {adj} [Biol.] isogamous
isogamia (-ía) {n} isogamy 
iso-tope (-só-) {adj} [Chem.] isotopic
isotopo (-só-) {n} [Chem.] isotope 
-issime (-íssime) {suffixo adjective} [useed with adjectives] most, very, greatly ...
-issimo (-íssimo) {suffixo substantive} [uused with adjectives] -issimo (one who or that which is most or most highly ...)
-issimo (-íssimo) {suffixo} adverbial [useed with adjectives and adverbs] -issimo (most, verry, greatly ...ly)
[ita-que] (í-) {conj} and so, therefore 
item (í-) {adv} I. item; II. likewise (1. in the same manner; 2. moreover, furthermore) 
[itero] (í-) {adv} again, anew; itero e itero again and again, repeatedly
-itis (-ítis) {suffixo substantive} [used  with names of parts of the body] [Med.] -itis (inflammatory disease of the ...)
jammais (-máis) {adv} ever, at any time; non ... jammais never; jammais! never! 
Japhet (já-) {npr} [Bib.] Japheth
jardineria (-ía) {n} gardening (gardener's trade or business) 
Jehovah (-hóva) {npr} Jehovah 
jelosia (-ía) {n} jealousy 
Jeremia (-ía) {npr} 1. [Bib.] Jeremiah; 2. Jeremy
jeremiade (-í-) {n} jeremiad 
Jericho (jé-) {npr} Jericho 
jesuita (-í-) {n} Jesuit ([R.C.Ch.]; {also:} one likened to a Jesuit)
jesuita (-í-) {adj} Jesuit, Jesuitic; {also:} jesuitic, crafty 
jesuitic (-í-) {adj} Jesuit, Jesuitic; {also:} jesuitic, crafty 
Jesus (-sús) {npr} Jesus
joculeria (-ía) {n} jugglery (skill or act of a juggler) 
Johannes (-há-) {nprm} John
joieleria (-ía) {n} jeweler's shop 
Jonas (jó-) {npr} Jonah, Jonas 
Josue (-é) {npr} Joshua 
joule (jául) {n} [Phys.] joule 
jove-di (-dí) {n} Thursday 
jubileo (-éo) {n} jubilee (1. [Jewish Hist.] year of Jubilee; 2. [R.C.Ch.] as in "extraordinary jubilee"; 3. celebration of the fiftieth anniversay of an event) 
jubilo (júbilo) {n} exultant joy, jubilee
Judea (-éa) {npr} Judea 
judee (-ée) {adj} Jewish
ju-dice (jú-) {n} judge
jujutsu (jú-) [J] {n} jujitsu, jiujitsu 
junipero (-ní-) {n} juniper 
Jupiter (jú-) {npr} Jupiter (1. [Rom. Mythol.]; 2. [Astron.]) 
juri-dic (-rí-) {adj} juridical; persona juridic juridical person 
kalium (ká-) {n} potassium, kalium 
kanguru (-rú) {n} kangaroo 
kapok (ká-) {n} kapok 
kayak (ká-) {n} kayak 
kilogram-metro (-grám-) {n} [Mech.] kilogrammeter 
kilo-litro (-ó-) {n} kiloliter 
kilo-metro (-ó) {n} kilometer
klepto-mania (-ía) {n} kleptomania 
klepto-mano (-ó-) {n} kleptomaniac 
krypton (kríp-) {n} [Chem.] krypton 
Kuo-min-tang (-táng) {npr} Kuomintang 
lacai (-ái) {n} lackey, footman, valet 
lacrima (lá-) {n} tear (1. as in "to shed tears"; 2. as in "tears of resin")
lacteria (-ía) {n} dairy (I. place where milk and cream are kept and made into butter and cheese; 2. store that sells milk and milk products) 
laic (láic) {adj} lay, laic, laical
-lalia (-ía) {n} [occurring in compounds]  -lalia (talking; babbling)
lamina (lá-) {n} I. lamina (I. thin plate, foil; 2. [Bot.] the blade or flat expanded portion of a leaf); II. blade (of knife, etc.)
lampada (lá-) {n} lamp
lampisteria (-ía) {n} lamp shop 
lampyride (-pí-) {n} glowworm 
lanceola (-cé-) {n} [Bot.] lanceolate leaf, petal, etc.
laneria (-ía) {n} 1. manufacture of wool; 2. woolen goods 
lapide (lá-) {n} stone
lapis-lazuli (-láz-) {n} lapis lazuli 
larice (lá-) {n} larch 
laryngitis (-ítis) {n} laryngitis 
laryngoscopia (-ía) {n} laryngoscopia 
latoneria (-ía) {n} brassworks 
latria (-ía) {n} [Theol.] latria 
laudano (láu-) {n} laudanum (tincture of opium)
lava-manos (-má-) {n} washstand 
lavanderia (-ía) {n} laundry (establishment where clothes and other articles are washed and ironed) 
Lazaro (lá-) {npr} Lazarus
lazuli (lá-) {n} (lapis) lazuli
legier (-jér) {adj} 1. light (of little weight); 2. slight trifling; 3. superficial, shallow; 4. nimble, agile, fleet
legifero (-í-) {n} lawmaker 
legitime (-gí-) {adj} legitimate (1. lawfully begotten; 2. lawful, accordant with law)
Leonidas (-ó-) {npr} Leonidas 
leontiase (-í-) {n} [Pathol.] leontiasis 
lepido-litho (-ólito) {n} [Mineral.] lepidolite 
lepidopteros (-dóp-) {npl} [Entom.] Lepidoptera 
leporide (-pó-) {n} leporide 
lethargia (-ía) {n} lethargy 
leuc-emia (-ía) {n} leukemia, leuchaemia
leuco-cyto (-ó-) {n} [Anat.] leucocyte 
levistico (-vís-) {n} [Bot.] lovage; {also:} Levisticum 
lexico (lé-) {n} lexicon
lexicographia (-ía) {n} lexicography 
lexico-grapho (-ó-) {n} lexicographer
Libano (lí-) {npr} Lebanon (1. Lebanon Mountains; 2. state of Lebanon); cedro del Libano cedar of Lebanon
libreria (-ía) {n} 1. library; 2. bookstore 
libyc (lí-) {adj} Libyan 
licite (lí-) {adj} licit, lawful 
li-enteria (-ía) {n} [Pathol.] lientery
limite (lí-) {n} limit, boundary
limi-trophe (-mí-) {adj} limitrophe; limitrophe de adjacent to 
lineetta (-ne-étta) {n} short line; dash 
linoleum (-nó-) {n} linoleum 
linotypia (-ía) {n} linotype, linotyping 
liquida (lí-) {n} [Phonet.] liquid 
litania (-ía) {n} litany 
lith-argyro (-tár-) {n} [Chem.] litharge 
lithium (lít-) {n} [Chem.] lithium 
lithographia (-ía) {n} 1. lithography; 2. lithograph; 3. lithographic printing office 
litho-grapho (-ó-) {n} lithographer
littera, litera (lí-) {n} letter (1. "letter of the alphabet"; 2. epistle); al littera, al pede del littera to the letter, literally; littera de credito letter of credit; litteras letters (literature, learning); homine de litteras man of letters; le belle litteras humanities; cassa de litteras letter box, mailbox
liturgia (-ía) {n} [Eccl.] liturgy
livrea (-éa) {n} livery (uniform worn by the servants of a household, etc.) 
locustides (-cús-) {npl} [Zool.] Locustidae 
logia (loja) {n} I. lodge (1. meeting place of a branch of the Masonic order; 2. branch of the Masonic order); II. [Arch.] loggia: III. [Theat.] box -logia (-ía) {n} [occurring in compounds] -logy (1. gathering or collection of; as in "anthology"; 2. saying, expression; as in "tautology"; 3. science or doctrine of; as in "climatology")
logo-mache (-gó-) {adj} logomachic
logomacho (-gó-) {n} logomachist, logomach 
logomachia (-ía) {n} logomachy 
long-anime (-gá-) {adj} long-suffering, forbearing, longanimous
loto-phage (-tó-) {adj} lotophagous, lotuseating
lotophago (-tó-) {n} lotus-eater 
lubric (lú-) {adj} 1. slippery, lubricous; 2. lewd
lugubre (lú-) {adj} mournful, lugubrious 
lumbrico (-íco) {n} earthworm
lune-di (-dí) {n} Monday 
lustra-scarpas (-scár-) {n} bootblack, shoeblack 
lycanthropia (-ía) {n} lycanthropy (1. [Pathol.]; 2. [Folklore]) 
lympho-cyto (-ó-) {n} [Anat.] lymphocyte 
lymphomatosis (-ósis) {n} [Pathol.] lymphomatosis 
macaronea (-éa) {n} macaronic composition, macaronics 
Maccabeos (-éos) {nprpl} Maccabees 
macelleria (-ía) {n} butchershop 
Machiavelli, Niccolo (níc-) {npr} [1469-1527; Florentine statesman]
machina (má-) {n} machine; {also:} engine; machina infernal infernal machine; machina (de scriber) typewriter; machina de vapor (steam) engine
machineria (-ía) {n} machinery (machines collectively) 
macho-polypo (-pó-) {n} [Zool] machopolyp 
macrocephalia (-ía) {n} macrocephaly 
macroscelia (-ía) {n} macroscelia, long-leggedness 
macro-scelide (-scé-) {n} [Zool] elephant shrew, Macroscelides 
macro-seismo (-séizmo) {n} macroseism, major earthquake 
maestria (-ía) {n} mastery (skill, dexterity, worthy of a master) 
magia (-ía) {n} magic; {also:} witchcraft; magia blanc white magic; magia nigre black magic 
magn-anime (-ná-) {adj} magnanimous
magnesium (-né-) {n} magnesium 
mahagoni (-há-) {n} mahogany 
mahdi (-dí) {n} Mahdi 
mais (-ís) {n} (Indian) corn, maize mais (máis) {conj} but; non solmente mais etiam not only but also 
majoria (-ía) {n} majority (1. rank of an army major; 2. legal age of responsibility) 
maladia (-ía) {n} illness, sickness 
malay (-ái) {n} Malay (1. member of the Malayan Race; 2. Malay language)
malay (-ái) {adj} Malay, Malayan 
malefic (-lé-) {adj} malefic, harmful
[malgre] (-gré) {prep} in spite of (malgrado) 
mammal-ogia (-ía) {n} mammalogy
mammifero (-í-) {n} mammal 
man-cipe (mán-) {n} purchaser
maneo (-éo) {n} I. stratagem, trick; II. manège (1. horsemanship; 2. riding school) 
mangiabile (-já-) {adj} edible 
mangiar (-jár) {v} to eat
mangiar (-jár) {n} food 
mania (-ía) {n} mania (1. [Pathol]; 2. as in "sport mania"); haber le mania de to have a mania for 
maniac (-í-) {adj} maniac 
maniaco (-í-) {n} maniac 
mano-grapho (-ó-) {n} [Engin] manograph 
mano-metro (-ó-) {n} manometer 
-mantia (-ía) {n} [occurring in compounds]] -mancy (divination) 
maquerello (makeréllo) {n} mackerel 
marabu (-bú) {n} [Ornith] marabou 
marea (-éa) {n} tide; marea alte high water, high tide; marea basse low water, low tide 
Maria (-ía) {npr} Mary, Marie
maritime (-rí-) {adj} maritime; commercio maritime seaborne trade; citate maritime seaside town; assecurantia maritime marine insurance; derecto maritime maritime law 
marmoreria (-ía) {n} 1. marble cutting; 2. marble works 
marocchineria (-ería) {n} 1. (action or process of) dressing morocco; 2. trade in morocco (leather) 
marte-di (-dí) {n} Tuesday 
mascara (más-) {n} mask (1. cover for the face, used for disguise; 2. person wearing a mask, masker; 3. as in "death mask")
masculo (más-) {n} male 
masoneria (-ía) {n} masonry (1. work of a mason; 2. Freemasonry) 
mastico (más-) {n} mastic (1. resin exuding from the mastic tree; 2. any of various pasty cements; {also:} putty)
mastoiditis (-ítis) {n} [Pathol] mastoiditis 
Mathusala (-tú-) {npr} Methuselah 
matras (-ás) {n} mattress
Mattheo (-éo) {nprm} Matthew 
matutinas (-tí-) {npl} [Eccl] matins 
mausoleo (-éo) {n} mausoleum 
maxima (máx-) {n} maxim 
maxime (máx-) {adj} greatest, highest, maximal; precio maxime maximum price, ceiling price
[maxime] (máx-) {adv} 1. most; 2. especially, principally; 3. exceedingly, very; 4 certainly 
maximo (máx-) {n} maximum 
mechano-therapia (-ía) {n} [Med] mechanotherapy 
medic (mé-) {adj} medical
medico (mé-) {n} physician, doctor 
medie-die (-díe) {n} 1. noon; 2. south 
mediumnic (-úm-) {adj} [Spiritualism] mediumistic 
megalo-mania (-ía) {n} megalomania 
megalomano (-ó-) {n} megalomaniac 
mega-metro (-gá-) {n} megameter 
mega-phono (-gá-) {n} megaphone 
melancholia (-ía) {n} melancholy; {also:} [Pathol] melancholia
mel-odia (-ía) {n} melody
melo-mane (-ó-) {n} melomaniac 
melo-mania (-ía) {n} melomania 
melo-peia (-péya) {n} [Antiq] melopoeia (1. composition of melodies; 2. chanting of verses) 
memorandum (-án-) {n} I. memorandum (1. note, record of events, etc.; 2. informal communication or report); II. memorandum book 
menchevico (menshevíco) {n} menshevik, menshevist
mendic (-díc) {adj} beggarly
mendico (-íco) {n} beggar 
meningitis (-ítis) {n} [Pathol] meningitis; meningitis cerebro-spinal cerebrospinal meningitis 
merceria (-ía) {n} 1. notions, small ware; notion or small-ware trade or store 
mercuri-di (-dí) {n} Wednesday; mercuridi del cineres Ash Wednesday 
meridie (-rí-) {n} 1. noon; 2. south; a meridie at noon; ante meridie in the forenoon
merito (mé-) {n} merit 
mer-opia (-ía) {n} [Med] meropia, partial blindness 
meschineria (-ía) {n} meanness, shabbiness 
mesenteritis (-ítis) {n} [Pathol] mesenteritis 
messageria (-ajería) {n} shipping office, shipping service 
messagero (-ajéro) {n} messenger 
Messia (-ía) {n} Messiah
metallo-graphia (-ía) {n} metallography (1. study of metals; 2. [Print])
metallo-therapia (-ía) {n} metallotherapy 
metallurgia (-ía) {n} metallurgy 
metameria (-ía) {n} metamerism, metamery (1. [Zool]; 2. [Chem]) 
metamero (-tá-) {n} [Zool] metamere 
metaphora (-tá-) {n} metaphor
metaphrase (-tá-) {n} metaphrase 
metastase (-tástase) {n} [Pathol] metastasis 
metathese (-átese) {n} [Gram] metathesis 
meteorologia (-ía) {n} meteorology 
meteoro-logo (-ró-) {n} meterorologist
methodo (mé-) {n} method
methodo-logia (-ía) {n} methodology 
metonymia (-ía) {n} [Rhet] metonymy
-metria (-ía) [occurring in compounds] -meetry
metro-logia (-ía) {n} metrology 
metro-nomo (-tró-) {n} metronome 
Mexico (méx-) {n} Mexico
miau (-áu) interj/n miaow, meow
microbiologia (-ía) {n} microbiology 
microbio-logo (-ólogo) {n} microbiologist
microcephalia (-ía) {n} microcephaly 
micro-metro (-cró-) {n} micrometer 
micron (míc-) {n} micron (one thousandth millimeter) 
micro-phono (-ró-) {n} microphone 
micro-photographia (-ía) {n} 1. microphotography; 2. microphotograph 
microscopia (-ía) {n} microscopy 
micro-seismo (-séi-) {n} microseism (feeble earth tremor)
microseismo-grapho (-mó-) {n} microseismograph 
micro-tomo (-ró-) {n} microtome 
migrainose (-grenóse) {adj} migrainous 
milite (mí-) {n} soldier, warrior
mille-pedes (-pé-) {n} centipede, millepede 
millesime (-ésime) {adj} thousandth; le millesime parte, le millesimo the thousandth part, the thousandth 
milliardesime (-ésime) {adj} billionth (thousand millionth) 
milli-litro (-ílitro) {n} milliliter 
milli-metro (-ímetro) {n} millimeter 
millionesime (-ésime) {adj} millionth; le millionesime parte, le millionesimo the millionth part, the millionth 
mimeo-grapho (-ógrapho) {n} mimeograph
mimo-grapho (-ó-) {n} mimographer, writer of mimes 
mimologia (-ía) {n} [Rhet] mimesis, mimicry 
mimo-logo (-mó-) {n} 1. mimologist (reciter of mimes); 2. mimic, imitator
mineralogia (-ía) {n} mineralogy 
mineral-ogo (-ólogo) {n} mineralogist
minima (mí-) {n} [Mus] minim 
minime (mí-) {adj} 1. least, smallest, minimal; 2. very small, tiny; precio minime minimum price
[minime] (mí-) {adv} 1. least; 2. very little; 3. by no means, not in the least, no! 
minimo (mí-) {n} minimum; Minimo [RCCh] Minim; reducer al minimo to reduce to a minimum 
Minos (mí-) {npr} [Mythol] Minos
minus (mí-) {adv} less; minus belle (que) less beautiful (than); le minus belle the least beautiful; plus o minus more or less; minus de (dece annos) less than (ten years); a minus que unless; al minus at least; (le) minus (the) least (as in "what pleases me (the) least" ); 
misanthropia (-ía) {n} misanthropy 
miserere (-rére) {n} [Eccl] Miserere (1. the 50th Psalm in the Vulgate; 2. musical setting of this Psalm) 
miso-game (-ó-) {adj} misogamic 
miso-gamia (-ía) {n} misogamy 
misogamo (-ó-) {n} misogamist 
misogynia (-ía) {n} misogyny, misogynism 
misogyno (-ó-) {n} misogynist, misogyne 
miso-neismo (-ízmo) {n} misoneism (hatred of the new) 
miso-neista (-ísta) {n} misoneist 
mnemo-genese (-gé-) {n} mnemogenesis 
mnemo-genesis (-gé-) {n} mnemogenesis 
mnemo-technia (-ía) {n} mnemotechny, mnemonics 
mocassin (móc-) {n} moccasin (as in "buckskin moccasins") 
modiolo (-dí-) {n} hub (of a wheel) 
Mohammed (-hám-) {npr} Mohammed
monacha (mó-) {n} nun 
monacho (-mó-) {n} monk
monade (mó-) {n} monad; {also:} [Philos; Zool; etc.]
monadelphia (-ía) {n} [Bot] monadelphy 
monado-logia (-ía) {n} monadology 
monandria (-ía) {n} monandry (1. [Anthropol]; 2. [Bot]) 
monarchia (-ía) {n} monarchy 
mon-oculo (-nó-) {n} monocle 
mono-game (-nó-) {adj} monogamous
monogamia (-ía) {n} monogamy 
monogamo (-nó-) {n} monogamist 
monographia (-ía) {n} monograph 
mono-grapho (-ógrapho) {n} monographer
mono-litho (-ólito) {n} monolith
mono-logo (-ólogo) {n} monolog(ue)
mono-metro (-ómetro) {n} monometer
mono-sticho (-nó-) {n} [Pros] monostich 
mono-syllabe (-sí-) {adj} monosyllabic
monosyllabo (-sí-) {n} monosyllable 
mono-theismo (-ízmo) {n} monotheism 
mono-theista (-ísta) {n} monotheist
mono-theista (-ísta) {adj} monotheistic 
monotheistic (-ístic) {adj} monotheistic 
monotonia (-ía) {n} monotony 
monta-cargas (-cár-) {n} hoist, lift (lifting apparatus) 
Morpheo (-éo) {npr} [Gr Mythol] Morpheus
morphino-mania (-ía) {n} morphinomania 
morphino-mano (-ómano) {n} morphinomaniac 
morphologia (-ía) {n} morphology 
morpho-logo (-ólogo) {n} morphologist
mosaic (-áic) {adj} Mosaic 
mosaico (-áico) {n} mosaic 
mosaismo (-ízmo) {n} Mosaism 
moschea (-éa) {n} mosque 
Moses (mó-) {npr} Moses
moslem (mó-) {n/adj} Moslem, Mussulman 
Moyse (-sé) {npr} Moses 
mullah (-lá) {n} [Moham] mullah 
multi-caule (-cáu-) {adj} [Bot] multicauline, having several stems 
multi-cuspide (-cús-) {adj} [Bot] multicuspid, multicuspidate 
multi-fide (-tí-) {adj} multifid (cleft severally) 
multi-lobe (-tí-) {adj} [Bot, Zool] multilobar, multilobed, multilobate 
multi-loque (-tí-) {adj} multiloquous, talkative 
multipara (-tí-) {n} multipara 
multi-pede (-tí-) {adj} multiped, multipede 
multi-ple (múl-) {adj} multiple (1. menifold, multiplex; 2. [Math])
multi-plice (-tí-) {adj} multiple (1. manifold, multiplex; 2. [Math])
multiplo (múl-) {n} [Math] multiple; le minime commun multiplo the least common multiple, LCM 
multivage (-tí-) {adj} multivagant, muchwandering 
multi-vie (-tí-) {adj} multivious (having many roads) 
munda-dentes (-dén-) {n} toothpick 
Munich (mú-) {npr} Munich 
muni-cipe (-ní-) {n} townsman
murides (múr-) {n} [Zool] Muridae 
muscides (mús-) {npl} [Zool] Muscidae 
musco-logia (-ía) {n} bryology, muscology (science af mosses) 
musculo (1) (mús-) {n} muscle
musculo (2) (mús-) {n} mussel; {also:} clam 
museo (-éo) {n} museum 
musicologia (-ía) {n} musicology 
musico-logo (-có-) {n} musicologist
musicomania (-ía) {n} musicomania 
musico-mano (-có-) {n} musicomaniac
myopia (-ía) {n} short-sightedness, near-sightedness, myopia 
myosotis (-só-) {n} [Bot] forget-me-not, myosotis 
myriade (-íade) {n} myriad (1. ten thousand; 2. indefinitely large number) 
myria-metro (-á-) {n} myriameter 
myria-pode (-á-) {adj} myriapod
myriapodo (-á-) {n} myriapod; myriapodos [Zool] Myriapoda 
mystagogia (-ía) {n} mystagogy 
mythographia (-ía) {n} mythography 
mytho-grapho (-tó-) mythographer
mythologia (-ía) {n} mythology 
mytho-logo (-tó-) {n} mythologist
naive (naív) {adj} naive
nargile (-lé) {n} nargileh, narghile 
nasica (-íca) {n} proboscis monkey 
natrium (ná-) {n} sodium, natrium 
natro-litho (-ó-) {n} [Mineral.] natrolite 
natron (ná-) {n} natron
nau-frage (náu-) {adj} shipwrecked
naufrago (náu-) {n} shipwrecked person 
nau-machia (-ía) {n} [Rom. Antiq.] naumachy 
nautic (náu-) {adj} nautical 
nautica (náu-) {n} (the art or science of) navigation 
nautilo (náu-) {n} nautilus 
Nazareth (ná-) {npr} Nazareth
nebula (né-) {n} 1. fog, mist, haze; 2. [Pathol.] nebula
necrologia (-ía) {n} necrology 
necro-logo (-ólogo) {n} necrology, necrologue
necromantia (-ía) {n} necromancy 
necr-opsia (-ía) {n} [Med.] necropsy, autopsy 
necro-scopia (-ía) a [Med.] necroscopy, autopsy 
necrosis (-ósis) {n} [Pathol.] necrosis 
negus (né-) {n} Negus 
Nemesis (né-) {npr} [Gr. Relig.] Nemesis; nemesis nemesis, retribution 
neo-litho (-ó-) {n} [Archeol.] neolith
neo-logia (-ía) {n} neology (use of new words)
neon (né-) {n} [Chem.] neon 
neo-phyto (-ó-) {n} neophyte 
nephritis (-ítis) {n} [Pathol.] nephritis 
neptunium (-tún-) {n} [Chem.] neptunium 
neur-algia (-ía) {n} neuralgia
neur-asthenia (-ía) {n} neurasthenia
neuritis (-ítis) {n} [Med.] neuritis 
neurologia (-ía) {n} neurology 
neuro-logo (-ólogo) {n} neurologist
neuropathologia (-ía) {n} neurology 
neuro-pathologo (-ólogo) {n} neuropath, neurologist
neurosis (-ósis) {n} neurosis 
neutron (-ón) {n} [Phys.] neutron; neutron retardate [Atomic Phys.] delayed neutron; captura del neutron absorption or capture of neutrons 
Nicolaus (-láus) {nprm} Nicholas; Sancte Nicolaus Saint Nicholas; {also:} Santa Claus 
nihil, nil (ní-) {n} nothing; pro nihil for nothing, without cost
nimis (ní-) {adv} too, too much
Ninive (ní-) {npr} Nineveh
nitro-geno (-ó-) {n} nitrogen 
nocti-vage (-tí-) {adj} noctivagous, noctivagant 
Noe (-é) {npr} Noah 
nomade (nó-) {adj} nomad, nomadic
nomade (nó-) {n} nomad 
nomo-cratia (-ía) {n} nomocracy 
nomo-logia (-ía) {n} nomology 
nondum (nón-) {adv} not yet 
nonu-ple (nú-) {adj} ninefold
Normandia (-ía) {npr} Normandy 
nost-algia (-ía) {n} nostalgia, homesickness
novantesime (-ésime) {adj} ninetieth; le novantesime parte, le novantesimo the ninetieth part, the ninetieth 
Nove Guinea (ginéa) {npr} New Guinea 
novesime (-ésime) {adj} ninth 
nubilo (nú-) {n} storm cloud
nucleolo (-clé-) {n} [Biol.] nucleolus 
numero (nú-) {n} I. number (1. [Math.]; 2. indicator designating a thing or person in a series; 3. [Gram.]); II. [Poet., Mus.] numbers; numero integre whole number, integer
numida (nú) {n} Numidian
nunquam (núnquam) {adv} never 
[nuper] (nú-) {adv} newly, lately, recently 
nusquam (nús-) {adv} nowhere; not ... anywhere 
nyct-al-opia (-ía) {n} [Pathol.] nyctalopia
nycti-corace (-córace) {n} [Zool.] Nycticorax 
nycto-phobia (-ía) {n} nyctophobia 
nymphea (-éa) {n} [Bot.] Nymphaea 
nymphee (-ée) {adj} [Mythol.] nymphean, nymphal 
nymphomana (-ó-) {n} nymphomaniac 
nympho-mania (-ía) {n} nymphomania 
oasis (-á-) {n} oasis 
obito (ó-) {n} 1. death, demise; 2. [Eccl.] anniversary mass, obit 
oboe (ó-) {n} oboe
occipite (-cí-) {n} occiput
oceanide (-á-) {n} [Gr. Mythol.] Oceanid 
oceano (-cé-) {n} ocean; Oceano [Gr. Mythol.] Oceanus
oceanographia (-ía) {n} oceanography 
oceano-grapho (-nó-) {n} oceanographer
ochlo-crate (-ó-) {n} ochlocrat 
ochlo-cratia (-ía) {n} ochlocracy, mob rule 
octa-metro (-á-) {n} octameter 
octantesime (-ésime) {adj} eightieth; le octantesime parte, le octantesimo the eightieth part, the eightieth 
octesime (-ésime) {adj} eighth 
octogesime (-ésime) {adj} eightieth; le octogesime parte, le octogesimo the eightieth part, the eightieth 
octo-pode (-ópode) {n} octopus 
octo-syllabo (-sí-) {n} octosyllabic line
octu-ple (óc-) {adj} octuple, eightfold
oculo (óc-) {n} eye; oculo (de un agulia, martello, etc.) eye (of a needle, hammer, etc.); oculo (de un planta) eye or bud (of a plant); aperir le oculos a un persona to open someone's eyes; inter quatro oculos in private, between you and me, etc.; saltar al oculos to be obvious
odont-algia (-ía) {n} odontalgia 
odontologia (-ía) {n} odontology 
odonto-logo (-ólogo) {n} odontologist 
Odyssea (-éa) {n} [Gr. Lit.] Odyssey 
Odysseus (-ísseus) {npr} [Gr. Mythol.] Odysseus
ohm-metro (óm-) {n} ohmmeter 
oleic (-léic) {adj} [Chem.] oleic 
oleifere (-ífere) {adj} oliferous 
oleina (-ína) {n} [Chem.] olein 
oleria (-ía) {n} oilery 
oligarchia (-ía) {n} oligarchy 
olim (ó-) {adv} 1. once, formerly; 2. at a future time, sometime in the future 
olleria (-ía) {n} pottery (1. potter's shop; 2. "pottery ware") 
olympiade (-pí-) {n} Olympiad 
omega {n} (ó-) omega (last letter of the Greek alphabet); alpha e omega alpha and omega 
omnes (óm-) {pron} all 
omnibus (óm-) {n} bus, omnibus; traino omnibus omnibus train, local (train)
omni-mode (-í-) {adj} omnimodous, omnifarious 
oneiro-mantia (-ía) {n} oneiromancy 
onomato-logia (-ía) {n} onomatology 
onomato-mania (-ía) [Psychiatry] onomatomania 
onomato-peia (-péya) {n} [Philol.] onomatopoeia
onomatopeic (-péic) {adj} onomatopoetic 
onto-genese (-gé-) {n} ontogenesis, ontogeny 
onto-genesis (-gé-) {n} ontogenesis, ontogeny 
onto-genia (-ía) {n} ontogeny (1. "science of ontogeny"; 2. ontogenesis)
ontologia (-ía) {n} ontology 
onto-logo (-ólogo) {n} ontologist
onyche (ó-) {n} onyx 
-onymia (-ía) [occurring in compounds] 
opalo (ó-) {n} opal; opalo de foco fire opal
opera (óp-) {n} 1. work (as in "hard work"); 2. opera; {also:} opera house
ophio-latra (-ólatra) {n} ophiolater, snake worshiper
ophiolatria (-ía) {n} ophiolatry, snake worship 
ophthalmia (-ía) {n} ophthalmia, ophthalmitis 
ophthalmologia (-ía) {n} ophthalmology 
ophthalmo-logo (-ólogo) {n} ophthalmologist, eye specialist
-opia (-ía) [occurring in compounds] 
opium (ópium) {n} opium
opposite (-pó-) {adj} opposite (placed or lying over against something) 
opposito (-pó-) {n} opposite 
optime (óp-) {adj} very best
optimo (óp-) {n} optimum 
optometria (-ía) {n} optometry 
opto-metro (-ómetro) {n} optometer
orangeria (-jería) {n} orangery, orange greenhouse 
orbita (ór-) {n} orbit (1. eye socket; 2. curved course of planet, comet, etc.)
orchido-logia (-ía) {n} orchidology 
orchis (ó-) {n} [Bot.] orchis;
orchitis (-ítis) {n} [Pathol.] orchitis 
orcho-tomia (-ía) {n} [Surg.l orchotomy 
organdi (-í) {n} organdy, organdie 
organo (ór-) {n} organ (1. means, instrument, agency; 2. "pipe organ"; 3. "organ of an animal or plant body"); organo a cylindro barrel organ
organo-genese (-gé-) {n} organogenesis, organogeny 
organo-genesis (-gé-) {n} organogenesis, organogeny 
organo-genia (-ía) {n} organogeny, organogenesis
organo-pathia (-ía) {n} organopathy 
organo-scopia (-ía) {n} organoscopy 
organo-therapia (-ía) {n} organotherapy 
ornitho-galo (-tó-) {n} [Bot.] ornithogalum, star-of-Bethlehem 
ornithologia (-ía) {n} ornithology 
ornitho-logo (-tó-) {n} ornithologist
ornitho-mantia (-ía) {n} ornithomancy 
ornithophilo (-tó-) {n} bird lover 
orphano (ór-) {n} orphan; attrib orphan, orphaned
ortho-clase (-óclase) {n} [Mineral.] orthoclase 
orthodoxia (-ía) {n} orthodoxy 
ortho-graphia (-ía) {n} orthography (1. spelling according to accepted usage; 2. orthographic projection)
ortho-logia (-ía) {n} orthology
ortho-pedia (-ía) {n} [Med.] orthopedy, orthopedics
orthopteros (-tóp-) {npl} [Entom.] Orthoptera 
osculo (ós-) {n} 1. [Zool.] oscule; 2. kiss
-osis (-ósis) {suffixo substantive} [used  mainly with nouns] [Med.] -osis (abnormal or diseased condition, state, or process of the ..., caused by ... or ...s, characterized by ..., etc.)
osmanli (-lí) [Tu.] {n} Osmanli (1. Ottoman Turk; 2. Ottoman Turkish) 
osmo-logia (-ía) {n} osmology 
osseina (-ína) {n} [Biochem.] ossein 
ossi-fraga (-í-) {n} osprey 
osteitis (-ítis) {n} [Pathol.] osteitis 
osteo-litho (-ólito) {n} osteolite 
osteologia (-ía) {n} osteology 
osteo-logo (-ólogo) {n} osteologist
osteo-plastia (-ía) {n} osteoplasty
osteo-tomia (-ía) {n} osteotomy 
ostracon (ós-) {n} ostracon
ostrei-cola (-í-) {adj} ostreicultural, oystergrowing 
ostreiera (-yéra) {n} oyster bed 
oto-rhino-laryngo-logia (-ía) {n} [Med.] otorhinolaryngology (study of ear, nose, and larynx)
ovario-tomia (-ía) {n} ovariotomy 
ovi-bos (ó-) {n} [Zool.] musk ox, ovibos 
oxal-amido (-lá-) {n} [Chem.] oxalamide, oxamide 
oxalide (-ál-) {n} 1. [Bot.] Oxalis; 2. oxalis, wood sorrel
ox-amido (-á-) {n} [Chem.] oxamide, oxalamide 
oxydo (óx-) {n} oxide
oxy-geno (-ígeno) {n} oxygen
oxy-sulfido (-súl-) {n} [Chem.] oxysulphide 
pagina (pá-) {n} page (of a book, etc.)
pais (-ís) {n} land, country; Paises Basse Low Countries (Belgium, Holland, and Luxemburg); 
paisagista (-jísta) {n} landscape-painter 
paleographia (-ía) {n} paleography 
paleo-grapho (-ógrapho) {n} paleographer
paleo-litho (-ó-) {n} [Archeol.] paleolith
pale-onto-graphia (-ía) {n} paleontography 
paleontologia (-ía) {n} paleontology 
pale-onto-logo (-ólogo) {n} paleontologist
paleo-zoic (-óic) {adj} Paleozoic
paleozoica (-óica) {n} Paleozoic (era) 
palin-dromo (-ín-) {n} palindrome 
palin-genese (-gé-) {n} palingenesis 
palin-genesis (-gé-) {n} palingenesis 
palin-odia (-ía) {n} palinode (1. [Poet.]; 2. recantation) 
Pallade (pál-) {npr} Pallas (1. [Gr. Mythol.]; 2. [Astron.])
palladium (-lá-) {n} palladium (the metal "palladium") 
Pallas (pál-) {npr} Pallas (1. [Gr. Mythol.]; 2. [Astron.]) 
palpebra (pál-) {n} eyelid; batter del palpebras wink; batter le palpebras to wink
pan-acea (-éa) {n} panacea 
Panama (-má) {npr} Panama; Isthmo de Panama Isthmus of Panama; Canal de Panama Panama Canal
panama (-má) {n} panama (hat) 
pan-creas [-as/-at-] (pán-) {n} pancreas
pancreatitis (-ítis) {n} [Pathol.] pancreatitis 
pan-demia (-ía) {n} pandemic
panegyris (-égiris) {n} [Gr. Antiq.] panegyris, panegyry (festive assembly in honor of a god)
paneteria (-ía) {n} bakery 
pan-telegrapho (-lé-) {n} [Elec.] pantelegraph, facsimile telegraph 
pan-theismo (-ízmo) {n} pantheism 
pan-theista (-ísta) {n} pantheist
pan-theista (-ísta) {adj} pantheistic 
pantheistic (-ístic) {adj} pantheistic 
pantographia (-ía) {n} pantography 
panto-grapho (-tó-) {n} pantograph 
panto-metro (-tó-) {n} pantometer 
papagai (-ái) {n} parrot 
pap-archia (-ía) {n} paparchy (papal rule) 
papill-ectomia (-ía) {n} [Surg.] papillectomy 
papireria (-ía) {n} 1. stationer's (shop); 2. stationery 
parabola (-rá-) {n} 1. parable; 2. [Math.] parabola
paradisiac (-íac) {adj} paradisiacal 
paragraphia (-ía) {n} [Pathol.] paragraphia 
paragrapho (-ágrafo) {n} paragraph (1. "paragraph in a letter, etc."; 2. paragraph sign) 
parallel-epipedo (-pípedo) {n} parallelepiped 
paralyse (-ályse) {n} paralysis; paralyse infantil infantile paralysis
paraphrase (-ráphrase) {n} paraphrase 
paraplegia (-ía) {n} [Pathol.] paraplegia
parasito-logia (-ía) {n} parasitology 
parenthese (-éntese) {n} 1. parenthesis (parenthetic phrase, sentence, etc.); 2. [Typog.] parentheses; in parentheses in parentheses 
pari-syllabe (-sí-) {adj} parisyllabic
parisyllabo (-sí-) {n} parisyllabic 
parocho (pá-) {n} parish priest 
parodia (-ía) {n} parody
paronyme (-ó-) {adj} paronymous
paronymo (-ó-) {n} paronym 
parotide (-ró-) {n} parotid gland
parotiditis (-ítis) {n} [Pathol.] parotitis; {also:} mumps 
parsi (-sí) [Persian] {n} Parsi, Parsee 
partheno-genese (-gé-) {n} parthenogenesis (1. [Biol.]; 2. [Bot.]) 
partheno-genesis (-gé-) {n} parthenogenesis (1. [Biol.]; 2. [Bot.]) 
parti-cipe (-tí-) {adj} sharing, participant
passager (-jér) {adj} passing (transitory, fleeting) 
passagero (-jéro) {n} passenger 
[passim] (pás-) {adv} here and there, scattered, at random, in different places, passim 
pastisseria (-ía) {n} 1. pastry shop; 2. pastry 
patho-gene (-ó-) {adj} pathogenic
patho-genese (-énese) {n} pathogenesis 
patho-genesis (-énesis) {n} pathgenesis 
pathogenia (-ía) {n} pathogeny 
patho-gnomia (-ía) {n} pathognomy 
pathologia (-ía) {n} pathology (study of bodily diseases) 
patho-logo (-tó-) {n} pathologist
pathos (pátos) {n} I. suffering, affliction, passion; II. pathos (1. power of stirring the feeling of pity, sympathy, etc.; 2. [Theat., Rhet., etc.])
patina (pá-) {n} patina (green rust that covers ancient bronzes, etc.) 
patinage (-áje) {n} (act or art of) skating 
patriarchia (-ía) {n} patriarchy 
patro-logia (-ía) {n} patristic study, patristics 
[paulatim] (-lá-) {adv} gradually, by degrees, little by little, a little at a time 
pectineria (-ía) {n} comb factory 
pedagero (-ajéro) {n} toll colletor 
pedagogia (-ía) {n} pedagogy; {also:} (science of) education 
pedanteria (-ía) {n} pedantry 
-pedia (-ía) [occurring in compounds] 
pediculo (1) (-í-) {n} louse
pedito (pé-) {n} (action of) breaking wind, letting off gas 
pedo-logia (-ía) {n} pedology (scientific study of soils) 
pedo-metro (-ó-) {n} pedometer 
Pegaso (pé-) {npr} [Gr. Mythol.] Pegasus; montar super Pegaso to mount one's Pegasus 
-peia (-péya) [occurring in compounds] -peeia, -poeia
Pelope (pé-) {npr} [Gr. Mythol.] Pelops
pendula (pén-) {n} pendule (timepiece having a pendulum) 
pendulo (pén-) {n} pendulum 
penicillium (-cíl-) {n} [Bot.] Penicillium
peninsula (-ín-) {n} peninsula
penitentieria (-ía) {n} [Eccl.] penitentiaryship 
pentameros (-tá-) {n} [Zool.] Pentamera 
penta-metro (-ámetro) {n} pentameter 
pent-archia (-ía) {n} pentarchy (government by five rulers) 
penultima (-núl-) {n} penult 
pepsia (-ía) {n} digestion
pepsis (pép-) {n} digestion
perdita (pér-) {n} (pér-); perditas [Mil.] casualties, losses 
perfide (pér-) {adj} perfidious
perfumeria (-ía) {n} perfumery 
Pergamo (pér-) {npr} Pergamum
pericarditis (-ítis) {n} [Pathol.] pericarditis 
periculo (-ículo) {n} danger, peril
perigee (-gé-) {adj} perigeal, perigean 
perigeo (-gé-) {n} [Astron.] perigee 
perimetro (-í-) {n} perimeter 
periodo (-rí-) {n} I. period (1. as in "period of adolescence"; "Elizabethan period"; 2. [Astron.]; 3. [Rhet.]); II. [Math.] repetend
peripheria (-ía) {n} periphery
periphrase (-í-) {n} periphrasis 
peritoneo (-éo) {n} [Anat.] peritoneum
peritonitis (-ítis) {n} [Med.] peritonitis 
peroxydo (-óx-) {n} peroxide
perseide (-séi-) {n} [Astron.] Perseid 
pertica (pér-) {n} pole, long staff 
pessime (pés-) {adj} worst
pessulo (pés-) {n} bolt (for door, etc.) 
petalo (pé-) {n} petal
petiolo (-tí-) {n} [Bot.] petiole, leafstalk
petreria (-ía) {n} quarry, stone pit 
petrographia (-ía) {n} petrography 
petro-grapho (-ógrapho) {n} petrographer
petroleria (-ía) {n} petroleum refinery 
phago-cyto (-ócito) {n} [Biol., Phygiol., etc.] phagocyte
phagocytosis (-ósis) {n} phagocytosis 
phanero-game (-ó-) {adj} [Bot.] phanerogamous
phantasia (-ía) {n} I. fantasy, phantasy (1. power of imagining, fancy; 2. phantasm, fancy; 3. whim, caprice); II. fantasia (1. [Mus.] fantasy; 2. [Equit.]); haber le phantasia de (facer) un cosa to have a fancy (to do something); articulos de phantasia fancy goods 
pharisaic (-áic) {adj} 1. [Jewish Hist.] Pharisaic; 2. pharisaical, pharisaic, hypocritical 
pharisaismo (-aísmo) {n} 1. [Jewish Hist.] Pharisaism; 2. pharisaism, phariseeism (pharisaical attitude, hypocrisy) 
phariseo (-éo) {n} 1. [Jewish Hist.] Pharisee; 2. pharisee, hypocrite
pharmacia (-ía) {n} pharmacy (shop of a pharmacist) 
pharmaco (fár-) {n} medicine, drug, remedy
pharmacologia (-ía) {n} pharmacology 
pharmaco-logo (-ólogo) {n} pharmacologist
pharmaco-peia (-péya) {n} pharmacopoeia (book describing drugs, chemicals, etc.) 
Pharos (fá-) {npr} [Hist.] Pharos 
-phasia (-ía) [occurring in compounds] -phhasia
phenico-ptero (-cóp-) {n} [Ornith.] phenicopter 
phenomeno (-nómeno) {n} phenomenon (1. observable fact or event; 2. something extraordinary or remarkable)
phenomeno-logia (-ía) {n} phenomenology 
philanthropia (-ía) {n} philanthropy 
phil-atelia (-ía) {n} philately
phil-harmonia (-ía) {n} 1. love of harmony, love of music; 2. philharmonic society
Philistea (-éa) {npr} Philistia 
philistee (-íe) {adj} Philistine (1. [Hist.]; 2. uncultured, conventional) 
philisteo (-éo) {n} Philistine (1. [Hist.]; 2. Philister, nonstudent; 3. crude, uncultured, conventional person)
philisteria (-ía) {n} Philistinism 
philologia (-ía) {n} philology 
philo-logo (-ólogo) {n} philologist
philosophia (-ía) {n} philosophy 
philo-sopho (-ósofo) {n} philosopher
phlebitis (-ítis) {n} [Pathol.] phlebitis 
phlebo-omia (-ía) {n} [Med.] phlebotomy 
phlebo-tomo (-bó-) {n} [Med.] phlebotome 
phobia (-ía) {n} [Pathol.] phobia 
phonographia (-ía) {n} phonography 
phono-grapho (-ógrafo) {n} phonograph
phono-litho (-nó-) {n} phonolite, clinkstone
phonologia (-ía) {n} phonology 
phono-logo (-ólogo) {n} phonologist
phonometria (-ía) {n} phonometry 
phono-metro (-nó-) {n} phonometer
phosphoro (fós-) {n} phosphorus
photo-chimia (-ía) {n} photochemistry 
photo-chromia (-ía) {n} color photography, photochromy 
photographia (-ía) {n} 1. photography; 2. photograph 
photo-grapho (-ógrafo) {n} photographer
photo-lithographia (-ía) {n} 1. photolithography; 2. photolithograph
photo-metro (-ómetro) {n} photometer 
photo-stato (-óstato) {n} photostat (1. photostating camera; 2. photostatic copy)
photo-synthese (-sín-) {n} photosynthesis 
photo-therapia (-ía) {n} phototherapy
phototypia (-ía) {n} phototypy, phototyping 
photo-typo {n} (-ótipo) [Print.] phototype
phototypo-graphia (-ía) {n} phototypography
phraseo-logia (-ía) {n} phraseology
phrenesia (-ía) {n} frenzy 
phrenitis (-ítis) {n} [Anathol.] phrenitis
phreno-grapho (-nó-) {n} phrenograph (instrument recording the movements of the diaphragm) 
phrenologia (-ía) {n} phrenology 
phreno-logo (-ólogo) {n} phrenologist
phreno-pathia (-ía) {n} phrenopathy
phylo-genese (-gé-) {n} phylogeny, phylogenesis 
phylo-genesis (-gé-) {n} phylogeny, phylogenesis 
phylo-genia (-ía) {n} phylogeny (1. "science of phylogeny"; 2. phylogenesis)
physico-chimia (-ía) {n} physicochemistry
physio-crate (-ó-) {n} physiocrat 
physio-cratia (-ía) {n} physiocracy 
physiognomia (-ía) {n} physiognomy (1. art of determining character from features of the face; 2. face)
physio-gnomonia (-ía) {n} physiognomy (physiognomics)
physio-graphia (-ía) {n} physiography 
physiologia (-ía) {n} physiology 
physio-logo (-ólogo) {n} physiologist
physio-therapia (-ía) {n} physiotherapy 
physis (fí-) {n} nature, inborn quality (of a person or thing); physis
phyto-graphia (-ía) {n} descriptive botany, phytography 
pianissimo (-íssimo) {adv/adj} [Mus.] pianissimo 
pilori (-í) {n} pillory 
pilula (pí-) {n} pill, pilule
pischeria (-ía) {n} 1. fishing ground; 2. fishmarket 
plancton (plánc-) {n} [Zool.] plankton 
planimetria (-ía) {n} planimetry 
plani-metro (-í-) {n} planimeter
planti-grade (-í-) {adj} [Zool.] plantigrade
plantigrado (-í-) {n} plantigrade 
-plastia (-ía) [occurring in compounds] -pplasty (moulding, formation)
platano (plá-) {n} [Bot.] plane (tree)
platino-typia (-ía) {n} [Photog.] platinotype 
platycephalia (-ía) {n} [Med., Anthropol.] platycephaly, flat-headedness 
platy-pode (-ípode) {adj} 1. [Med.] flatfooted; 2. [Zool.] platypodous
platypodia (-ía) {n} [Med.] flatfoot, platypodia 
plebeie (-bé-) {adj} plebeian (1. [Rom. Hist.]; 2. common, vulgar) 
plebeio (-bé-) {n} plebeian (1. [Rom. Hist.]; 2. member of the populace) 
plebeismo (-ízmo) {n} plebeianism (1. plebeian character; 2. plebeian style or expression) 
pleuritis (-ítis) {n} [Med.] pleurisy 
pleuro-pneumonia (-ía) {n} [Med.] pleuropneumonia 
plumberia (-ía) {n} 1. plumbing; 2. plumber's shop 
plures (plú-) {pron} several 
[plurimel (plú-) {adj} 1. much; 2. many 
[plurimo] (plú-) {adv} 1. much, exceedingly; 2. for the most part, commonly, usually 
pluto-crate (-ó-) {n} plutocrat 
pluto-cratia (-ía) {n} plutocracy 
plutologia (-ía) {n} plutology 
pluto-logo (-ólogo) {n} plutologist
plutonium (-tó-) {n} [Chem.] plutonium 
pluto-nomia (-ía) {n} plutonomy 
pluvio-metro (-ómetro) {n} pluviometer 
pneumato-logia (-ía) {n} pneumatology (doctrine of spirits or spiritual beings)
pneumato-metro (-ómetro) {n} pneumatometer 
pneumonia (-ía) {n} pneumonia 
pneumono-therapia (-ía) {n} pneumonotherapy 
pneumo-rrhagia (-ía) {n} pneumorrhagia 
podice (pó-) {n} podex, buttocks
podo-metro (-ómetro) {n} podometer, pedometer 
poesia (-ía) {n} poetry 
polari-metro (-rí-) {n} polarimeter 
polea (-éa) {n} pulley 
policia (-ía) {n} police (1. the whole system of internal regulation of a state or community; 2. police force); agente de policia policeman, police officer
pollice (pól-) {n} 1. thumb; {also:} [Anat., Zool.] pollex; 2. [Meas.] inch 
pollinosis (-ósis) {n} [Med.] pollinosis, hay fever 
Pollux (pól-) {npr} Pollux (1. [Gr. Mythol.]; 2. [Astron.]) 
polonium (-ló-) {n} [Chem.] polonium 
poltroneria (-ía) {n} poltroonery 
polyandria (-ía) {n} polyandry (1. Anthropol.]; 2. [Bot.]) 
poly-game (-lí-) {adj} polygamous; {also:} [Bot.]
polygamia (-ía) {n} polygamy 
polygamo (-lí-) {n} polygamist 
polymeria (-ía) {n} [Chem.] polymerism, polymerization 
polymero (-ímero) {n} [Chem.] polymer 
polyphonia (-ía) {n} polyphony; {also:} [Mus., Phonet.] 
polypo (pó-) {n} polyp, polypus (1. [Zool.]; 2. [Med.])
poly-syllabe (-sí-) {adj} polysyllabic
polysyllabo (-sí-) {n} polysyllable 
poly-synthese (-íntese) {n} polysynthesis 
poly-theismo (-teízmo) {n} polytheism 
poly-theista (-teísta) {n} polytheist 
pomo-logia (-ía) {n} pomology
pompelmus (-mús) {n} grapefruit (1. fruit of the grapefruit tree; 2. grapefruit tree) 
pone-minas (-mí-) {n} mine layer 
pontifice (-ífice) {n} pontiff
populo (pó-) {n} people (1. race, nation; 2. "common people"); populo minute, populo basse lower classes
porcheria (-ía) {n} 1. pork shop; 2. mess, dirty business; {also:} dirty language or joke, etc 
poriferos (-íferos) {npl} [Zool] Porifera 
porno-cratia (-ía) {n} pornocracy 
pornographia (-ía) {n} pornography 
porno-grapho (-ógrapho) {n} pornographer
porphyro (pór-) {n} porphyry
porta-aeroplanos (-plános) {n} (aircraft) carrier 
portraitista (-treiísta) {n} portrait painter, portraitist 
post-quam (póst-) {conj} after, as soon as 
postume (pós-) {adj} posthumous 
potassium (-tás-) {n} potassium 
potius (pótius) {adv} rather (1. more truly or accurately; 2. sooner, preferably) 
practic (prác-) {adj} practical (1. not theoretical; 2. as in "a practical individual"; 3. adapted for a required purpose)
practica (prác-) {n} practice (actual application of knowledge); mitter in practica to put into practice 
prateria (-ía) {n} prairie 
preambulo (-ám-) {n} preamble 
precipite (-cípite) {adj} precipitate, falling headlong
predica (pré-) {n} sermon, preachment 
prelatia (-ía) {n} prelacy 
presby-opia (-ía) {n} [Med] farsightedness, presbyopia, presbytia
presbyte (préz-) {adj} [Med] farsighted, long-sighted, presbyopic
presbyte (préz-) {n} presbyope, presbyopic 
presbytero (-bí-) {n} priest; presbyter
[presertim] (-sér-) {adv} especially, particularly, chiefly 
preside (pré-) {n} 1. [Rom Hist] protector, defender; 2. president, presiding officer, etc
preter (pré-) I. {adv} past, beyond; II. {prep} 1. past, along(side of), beyond; 2. except, excepting; 3. in addition to
[preter-ea] (-tér-) {adv} 1. besides, moreover; 2. henceforth, hereafter 
preterite (-tér-) {adj} past (1. belonging to former days; 2. [Gram] preterit) 
preterito (-tér) {n} [Gram] past, preterit 
pridem (prí-) {adv} long ago 
primatia (-ía) {n} primacy (1. pre-eminence; 2. office or dignity of a primate) 
primo-genite (-gé-) {adj} first-born 
prin-cipe (prín-) {n} (the) first (in rank, dignity, merit, etc)
[procul] (pró-) {adv} far off, far away, at a distance 
prodige (pród-) {adj} prodigal (very free in spending or giving); prodige de lavish with, prodigal of; filio prodige prodigal son
prognosis (-ósis) {n} prognosis; {also:} [Med] 
prolegomeno (-ómeno) {n} prolegomenon 
prologo (pró-) {n} prologue (preface, introduction)
prophetia (-ía) {n} prophecy, prophetic utterance 
prophylaxis (-láx-) {n} prophylaxis 
proposito (-pó-) {n} purpose (1. aim; 2. subject under discussion); (dicer un cosa) a proposito (to say something) to the purpose, apropos, to the point; a omne proposito at every turn; a proposito! by the way! incidentally; foras de proposito ill-timed, irrelevant, beside the mark; a proposito de with regard to, apropos of 
[propter] (próp-) I. {adv} near, at hand; II. {prep} 1. near, close to; 2. on account of, by reason of, because of 
propyleo (-éo) {n} [Arch] propylaeum 
prosaic (-áic) {adj} 1. prose; 2. prosaic 
prosaismo (-ízmo) {n} prosaism 
prosaista (-ísta) {n} prose writer 
prosodia (-ía) {n} prosody
prosopo-peia (-péya) {n} [Rhet] prosopopoeia 
prostata (pró-) {n} [Anat] prostate (gland) 
prosthese (-óstese) {n} prosthesis (1. [Gram]; 2. [Surg]) 
proteic (-éic) {adj} proteinaceous, proteic, protein 
proteina (-ína) {n} protein 
proteo-lyse (-ó-) {n} proteolysis 
prothese (-ótese) {n} 1. [Surg] prosthesis; 2. artificial limb 
proto-typo (-ótipo) {n} 1. prototype; 2. model (as in "a model of virtue")
prot-oxydo (-óx) {n} [Chem] protoxide 
proto-zoon (-zó-) (pl protozoa) [NL] {n} [Zool] protozoon, protozoan 
proxime (próx-) {adj} 1. very near, close; 2. next (as in "next week"); causa proxime [Philos] proximate cause; proximo neighbor, fellow being
pruina (-ína) {n} 1. frost, hoarfrost; 2. bloom ("the bloom on fruit")
prurigine (-ígine) {n} prurigo
psalmodia (-ía) {n} psalmody 
pseud-esthesia (-ía) {n} [Med] pseudesthesia 
pseud-onyme (-ónime) {adj} pseudonymous
pseudonymo (-ónimo) {n} pseudonym 
pseudo-symmetria (-ía) {n} [Mineral] pseudosymmetry 
psittacidos (-tá-) {npl} [Zool] Psittacidae 
psittaco (psí-) {n} parrot
psittacosis (-ósis) {n} [Pathol] psittacosis 
psychiatria (-ía) {n} psychiatry 
psycho-analyse (-ná-) {n} psychoanalysis
psychologia (-ía) {n} psychology (science of psychology) 
psycho-logo (-ólogo) {n} psychologist
psycho-metria (-ía) {n} [Psychol] psychometry 
psycho-pathe (-ó-) {n} psychopath (mentally deranged person) 
psycho-pathia (-ía) {n} [Pathol] psychopathy
psychopathologia (-ía) {n} psychopathology 
psycho-pathologo (-ólogo) {n} psychopathologist
psycho-physiologia (-ía) {n} psychophysiology 
psycho-therapia (-ía) {n} psychotherapy 
ptero-dactylo (-dác-) {n} pterodactyl 
ptolemaic (-áic) {adj} Ptolemaic (1. as in "Ptolemaic system"; 2. of the Ptolemies) 
Ptolemeo (-éo) {nprm} [Gr Hist] Ptolemy
ptomaina (-ína) {n} ptomaine 
puera (púera) {n} girl 
puero (púero) {n} boy
puer-pera (-érpera) {n} woman in labor or childbed
pulice (pú-) {n} flea
pulmonia (-ía) {n} [Pathol] pneumonia 
pulpitis (-ítis) {n} [Pathol] pulpitis 
pulpito (púl-) {n} pulpit 
pulso-metro (-ómetro) {n} pulsimeter, pulsometer 
purpura (púr-) {n} I. purple (1. [Zool] Purpura; 2. purple dye or color; 3. purple garment); II. [Pathol] purpura
pusill-anime (-ánime) {adj} pusillanimous
pustula (pús-) {n} [Pathol] pustule
pyramide (-rá-) {n} [Arch, Geom, etc] pyramid
pyrenee (-ée) {adj} Pyrenean 
Pyreneos (-né-) {nprpl} [Geog] Pyrenees 
pyro-latra (-ó-) {n} pyrolater, fire worshiper
pyrolatria (-ía) {n} pyrolatry, fire worship 
pyro-mania (-ía) {n} pyromania 
pyromano (-ró-) {n} pyromaniac 
pyro-metro (-ó-) {n} pyrometer
pyro-xeno (-róx-) {n} [Mineral] pyroxene 
Pythagoras (-tá-) {npr} [Gr Philos] Pythagoras
pyxide (píx-) {n} 1. small box or case; 2. [Eccl] pyx; 3. [Bot] pyxis, pyxidium 
quadragesima (-gé-) {n} Quadragesima (first Sunday in Lent) 
quadrangulo (-ráng-) {n} quadrangle 
quadrigemino (-gé-) {n} quadruplet 
quadrilatero (-lá-) {n} quadrilateral
quadri-syllabe (-sí-) {adj} quadrisyllabic
quadrisyllabo (-sí-) {n} quadrisyllable 
quadru-pede (-drú-) {adj} four-footed, quadruped quadru-pede (-drú-) {n} quadruped 
quadru-ple (quá-) {adj} quadruple
[qualque] (quálke) {adj} some, any; {also:} a few
[quan-quam] (quánquam) 1. though, although; 2. however, yet, nevertheless (quamquam) 
quarantesime (-ésime) {adj} fortieth; le quarantesime parte, le quarantesimo the fortieth part, the fortieth 
quaresima (-ésima) {n} Lent; facer quaresima to keep Lent
quaresime (-ésime) {adj} fortieth; le quaresime parte, le quaresimo the fortieth part, the fortieth
quarzifere (quartsífere) {adj} quartziferous 
quarzite (-tsí-) {n} [Mineral] quartzite 
quarzose (-tsó) {adj} quartzose 
[quattuor] (quát-) {adj} four
quattuor-dece (-ór-) {adj} fourteen 
quia (quía) {conj} because 
[quidem] (quí-) {adv} certainly, truly; indeed, even 
quincalieria (-ía) {n} hardware store 
quin-dece (quín-) {adj} fifteen 
quin-oleinia (-ína) (-ínia?) {n} [Chem] quinoline, chinoline 
Quinquagesima (-gé-) {n} Shrove Sunday 
quinquagesime (-gé-) {adj} fiftieth; le quinquagesime parte, le quinquagesimo the fiftieth part, the fiftieth
quintu-ple (quín-) {adj} quintuple, fivefold
[quo-modo] (quó-) {adv} 1. how, in what manner; 2. in the manner that, as (como) 
[quotiens] (quó-) {adv} 1. how often, how many times; 
radice (-íce) {n} I. root (1. as in "root of a plant"; 2. source, origin; 3. [Philol.]); II. radish; radice quadrate, cubic [Math.] square, cube root
radiographia (-ía) {n} radiography, x-ray photography 
radio-grapho (-ógrapho) {n} radiograph, x-ray photograph
radiologia (-ía) {n} radiology 
radio-logo (-ólogo) {n} radiologist
radio-telegraphia (-ía) {n} radiotelegraphy 
radio-telephonia (-ía) {n} radiotelephony 
radio-therapia (-ía) {n} radiotherapy 
radium (rá-) {n} radium 
radon {n} (rá-) [Chem.] radon 
raffineria (-ía) {n} refinery (of sugar, oil, etc.) 
ranides (rá-) {n} [Zooi.] Ranidae 
rapide (rá-) {adj} rapid; traino rapide express train
rapido (rá-) {n} 1. rapid (in a river); 2. express (train) 
rebus (ré-) {n} rebus 
reciproc (-cí-) {adj} reciprocal
rectangulo (-ángulo) {n} rectangle 
regni-cola (-ní-) {n} citizen, national, subject (of a country) 
regula (ré-) {n} I. rule (1. regulation; 2. as in "slide rule"); 
regulo (ré-) {n} [Chem. & Metal.] regulus 
remora (ré-) {n} 1. hindrance, drag; 2. [Zool.] remora, shark sucker 
replica (ré-) {n} 1. reply, answer; 2. [Art] replica 
republica (-pú-) {n} 1. commonwealth, state; 2. republic
requiem (ré-) {n} requiem 
retabulo (-tá-) {n} [Eccl.] retable 
retinitis (-ítis) {n} [Pathol.] retinitis 
retrograde (-tró-) {adj} retrograde (reversed in order, movement, direction, etc.) 
revendita (-vén-) {n} resale 
reverbero (-vér-) {n} reverberator, reflector 
rhachis (rá-) {n} [Anat.; Bot.; etc.] rachis, spine
rhachitis (-ítis) {n} [Med.] rickets, rachitis 
rhachi-tomia (-ía) {n} rachitomy 
-rhagia (-ía) {n} [occurring in compounds]] -rhage, - rhagia (bursting forth) 
rhapsodia (-ía) {n} rhapsody (1. [Gr. Antiq.]; 2. literary miscellany; 3. [Mus.]) 
rheo-metro (-ó-) {n} [Elec.] rheometer 
rheo-phoro (-óforo) {n} [Elec.] rheophore 
rheo-stato (-ó-) {n} rheostat 
rheo-tomo (-ó-) {n} [Elec.] rheotome, interrupter 
rheubarbaro (-bárbaro) {n} rhubarb 
rhin-algia (-ía) {n} [Pathol.] rhinalgia 
rhinitis (-ítis) {n} [Pathol.] rhinitis 
rhinologia (-ía) {n} rhinology 
rhino-logo (-ólogo) {n} rhinologist
rhino-plastia (-ía) {n} [Surg.] rhinoplasty
rhino-rrhea (-réa) {n} [Pathol.] rhinorrhea 
rhinoscopia (-ía) {n} rhinoscopy 
rhizo-phage (-óphage) {adj} rhizophagous 
rhizo-pode (-ópode) {adj} [Zool.] rhizopod
rhizopodo (-ópodo) {n} [Zool.] rhizopod 
Rhodano (ró-) {npr} Rhone (river); canal del Rhodano al Rheno Rhine-Rhone Canal 
rhodium (ró-) {n} [Chem.] rhodium
Rhodos (ró-) {npr} [Geog.] Rhodes; Colosso de Rhodos Colossus of Rhodes
ribes (rí-) {n} currant (acid berry of several species of `Ribes'); ribes (rubie, nigre, etc.) (red, black, etc.) currant 
riseria (-ía) {n} rice mill 
rococo (-có-) {n} rococo; {also:} attrib rococo (as in "rococo mirror") 
romagnol (-nyól) {adj} Romagnol 
romagnolo (-nyólo) {n} Romagnol 
romaic (-áic) {adj} Romaic 
romaico (-áico) {n} Romaic 
röntgeno-logia (-ía) {n} roentgenology
roseina (-í-) {n} [Chem.] rosaniline; {also:} fuchsin 
roseola (-sé-) {n} [Pathol.] roseola, rose rash 
rotifero (-tí-) {n} [Zool.] rotifer (one of the Rotifera) 
-rrhea (-réa) [occurring in compounds] -rrhoea, -rrhea (flow; discharge)
rubeola (-bé-) {n} [Med.] measles 
rubidium (-bí-) {n} [Chem.] rubidium 
rubrica (-íca) {n} 1. red ocher, ruddle; 2. [Eccl., Law] rubric
ruina (-ína) {n} ruin (1. downfall, decay, etc.; 2. building in ruins); ruinas ruins; cader in ruina to fall into ruin; ir a ruina to go to ruin
ruito (-íto) {n} 1. noise, din; 2. rumor, report
rumpe-nuces (-nú-) {n} nutcracker 
russophilo (-só-) {n} Russophile 
rustico (rús-) {n} rustic, countryman 
ruthenium (-té-) {n} [Chem.] ruthenium
rutilo (rú) {n} [Mineral.] rutile 
saccharo (sác-) {n} sugar
saccharo-metro (-ómetro) {n} saccharometer 
saccheo (-éo) {n} pillage, sacking 
sacri-lege (-í-) {adj} sacrilegious 
sacristia (-ía) {n} sacristy, vestry 
[saepe] (sái-) {adv} often, frequently 
sage (sáje) {adj} sage, wise
Sahara (sá-) {npr} Sahara 
salice (sá-) {n} willow
salmonidos (-ídos) {npl} [Zool.] Salmonidae 
salsicieria (-ía) {n} sausage shop 
salti-grade (-í-) {adj} [Zool.] saltigrade 
salvageria (-ajería) {n} savagery, savageness 
saponeria (-ía) {n} soap factory 
sapro-phyto (-óphyto) {n} [Biol.] saprophyte 
sarcophago (-ó-) {n} 1. sarcophagus; 2. coffin 
sardineria (-ía) {n} sardine industry 
sartoreria (-ía) {n} tailor's shop 
sassafras (-frás) {n} sassafras (1. sassafras tree; 2. sassafras bark) 
satellite (-tél-) {n} satellite; {also:} henchman 
satira (sá-) {n} satire
satis (sá-) {adv} 1. enough; 2. rather, somewhat; esser satis to be enough; haber satis to have enough; satis de (tempore, etc.) enough (time, etc.), (time, etc.) enough
satyro (sá-) {n} satyr (1. [Gr. Mythol.]; 2. [Entom.]) 
saxicola (-í-) {n} [Ornith.] Saxicola 
saxi-cole (-í-) {adj} [Bot., Zool.] saxicolous, saxicoline (growing on, or inhabiting rocks)
saxifraga (-í-) {n} [Bot.] saxifrage 
saxi-frage (-í-) {adj} saxifragous (breaking or dissolving stone)
scandalo (scán-) {n} 1. offense, scandalous example; 2. scandal (as in "political scandal"); petra de scandalo stumbling block
scandium (scán-) {n} [Chem.] scandium 
scapula (scá-) {n} shoulder blade, scapula
scarabeo (-éo) {n} I. scarabaeus (1. [Entom.]; 2. [Egyptol.] scarab); II. [Entom.] beetle 
scel-algia (-ía) {n} [Pathol.] scelalgia, pain in the legs 
scenographia (-ía) scenography 
sceno-grapho (-ógrapho) {n} scenographer
sceno-pegia (-ía) {n} [Jewish Relig.] Sukkoth, Feast of Tabernacles 
schizo-phrenia (-ía) {n} [Psychiatry] schizophrenia
schizo-phyto (-óphyto) {n} [Bot.l schizophyte 
schizopode (-ó-) {adj} schizopol, schizopodous
schizopodo (-ópodo) {n} [Zool.] schizopod 
scia-machia (-ía) {n} sciamachy, sham fight, shadow boxing 
scler-enchyma (-én-) {n} sclerenchyma (1. [Bot.]; 2. [Zool.]) 
scler-ophthalmia (-ía) {n} [Pathol.] sclerophthalmia 
sclerosis (-ósis) {n} [Med., Bot.] sclerosis (hardening, induration) 
-scopia (-ía) [occurring in compoundz] -sccopy (examination, observation)
scrofula (scró-) {n} [Pathol.] scrofula
scrofulosis (-ósis) {n} [Med.] scrofulosis 
scrupulo (scrú-) {n} scruple (1. [Pharm.]; 2. as in "conscientious scruples")
seculo (sé-) {n} 1. century (period of 100 years); 2. world (things mundane)
se-dece (sé-) {adj} sixteen 
seismic (séiz-) {adj} seismic 
seismo (séizmo) {n} earthquake, seism
seismographia (-ía) seismography 
seismo-grapho (-ógrapho) {n} seismograph
seismologia (-ía) {n} seismology 
seismo-logo (-ólogo) {n} seismologist
selenium (-lé-) {n} [Chem.] selenium
selenographia (-ía) {n} selenography 
selleria (-ía) {n} saddlery 
sema-phoro (-má-) {n} semaphore 
semasiologia (-ía) {n} [Philol.] semasiology, semantics 
semasio-logo (-ólogo) {n} semasiologist, semanticist
semato-graphia (-ía) {n} sematography, sign-writing 
semeio-logia (-ía) {n} [Med.] semeiology
semi-dea (-éa) {n} demigoddess 
semi-deo (-éo) {n} demigod 
semi-diametro (-ámetro) {n} [Math.] semidiameter 
semi-fluide (-flú-) {adj} semifluid 
semita (2) (sé-) {n} 1. path; 2. [Zool.] semita, fasciole
semper (sém-) {adv} always
senioria (-ía) {n} 1. [Hist.] seigniory; 2. lordship; {also:} as in "your lordship" 
sepsis (sép-) {n} [Med.] sepsis
septagesime (-ésime) {adj} seventieth; le septagesime parte, le septagesimo the seventieth part, the seventieth 
septantesime (-ésime) {adj} seventieth, le septantesime parte, le septantesimo the seventieth part, the seventieth 
septem-viro (-tém-) {n} [Rom. Antiq.] septemvir
septic-emia (-ía) {n} [Med.] septicemia, septicaemia
septima (sép-) {n} [Mus.] seventh 
septime (sép-) {adj} seventh
septu-ple (sép-) {adj} septuple, sevenfold
sequoia (-quóia) {n} sequoia; sequoia gigante giant sequoia, big tree; sequoia sempervivente redwood 
[sera] (-rá) fut of ser will be, shall be 
[serea] (-éa) cond of ser would be, should be 
serenissimo (-íssimo) {n} serenissimo 
sero-logia (-ía) {n} serology 
sero-therapia (-ía) {n} serotherapy 
serreria (-ía) {n} sawmill 
sesquialtera (-ál) {n} [Mus.] sesquialtera 
sesqui-oxydo (-óx-) {n} [Chem.] sesquioxide 
seteria (-ría) {n} 1. silk factory or store; 2. silk (ware) 
sexagesime (-ésime) {adj} sixtieth; le sexagesime parte, le sexagesimo the sixtieth part, the sixtieth
sexantesime (-ésime) {adj} sixtieth; le sexantesime parte, le sexantesimo the sixtieth part, the sixtieth 
sextu-ple (séx-) {adj} sextuple, sixfold
sibilo (sí-) {n} I. whistle (1. whistling; 2. instrument for whistling); II. hiss, hissing
[sic-ut] (sí-) {adv} so as, just as, as 
sidero-graphia (-ía) {n} siderography 
sidero-litho (-ólito) {n} siderolite 
sidero-stato (-ó-) {n} siderostat 
sider-urgia (-ía) {n} metallurgy or working of iron, siderurgy
silice (sí-) {n} 1. flint; 2. silex, silica
silici-fluoric (-óric) {adj} silicifluoric 
silicium (-lí-) {n} silicon, silicium 
silicosis (-ósis) {n} [Pathol.] silicosis 
siliqua (sí-) {n} [Bot.] pod; silique
simieria (-ía) {n} monkey business, monkeyshine 
simonia (-ía) {n} simony 
sim-plice (sím-) {adj} simple (1. not double, not manifold; 2. not complicated)
sim-plices (sím-) {npl} simples, medicinal herbs 
simul (sí-) {adv} at once, at the same time, together
sin-cipite (-cíp-) {n} [Anat.] sinciput
sinologia (-ía) {n} Sinology 
sino-logo (-ólogo) {n} Sinologue, Sinologist
sinusitis (-ítis) {n} [Pathol.] sinusitis, sinus trouble 
Sion (sí-) {npr} Zion (1. hill near Jerusalem; 2. Jerusalem; 3. the Church)
siphono-phoro (-nó-) {n} [Zool.] siphonophore 
siphono-stome (-nó-) {adj} [Zoo].] siphonostomatous, siphonostomous 
sito-mania (-ía) {n} [Psychol.] sitomania 
sito-phobia (-ía) {n} [Psychol.] sitophobia 
situla (sí-) {n} buckct, pail
skeleto (ské-) {n} skeleton (1. [Anat.]; 2. framework (of a house, ship, etc.); 3. outline, sketch)
skelet-ologia (-ía) {n} skeletology 
slavophilo (-ó-) {n} Slavophile 
Slovachia (-ákia) {npr} Slovakia 
sociologia (-ía) {n} sociology 
socio-logo (-ólogo) {n} sociologist
Socrates (só-) {npr} Socrates
sodium (só-) {n} sodium 
Sodoma (só-) {npr} Sodom
sodomia (-mía) {n} sodomy 
soja (sóya) {n} [Bot.] soy, soybean, soya 
solfeggiar (-fedjár) {v} [Mus.] to sol-fa, practice solfeggios 
solide (só-) {adj} solid (1. not liquid, fluid, or gaseous; 2. firmly or strongly built; 3. of sound, sterling character)
soli-pede (-í-) {adj} [Zool.] soliped soli-pede (-í-) {n} [Zool.] soliped 
solite (só-) {adj} wonted, accustomed; {also:} wont 
sollicite (-lí-) {adj} solicitous (concerned)
somn-ambulo (-ám-) {n} sleepwalker, somnambulist 
somnifero (-ní-) {n} sleeping tablet, sporific 
somni-loque (-ní-) {adj} somniloquous
[somos] (só-) pr 1me pers pl of esser (we) are 
sono-metro (-nó-) {n} sonometer (soundmeasuring instrument) 
sophia (-ía) {n} sophia, wisdom Sophia (-ía) {nprf} Sophia 
Sophocles (só-) {npr} Sophocles 
spatula (spá-) {n} 1. [Anat.l shoulder; 2. spatula; 3. [Zool.] spoonbill 
specieria (-ía) {n} 1. groceries (collectively); 2. grocery (store) 
spectroscopia (-ía) {n} spectroscopy 
speculo (spé-) {n} mirror; {also:} speculum
spermato-zoon (-zó-) {n} [Zool.] spermatozoon 
spermo-philo (-mó-) {n} gopher, spermophile 
spher-ometro (-ómetro) {n} [Phys.] spherometer 
spirito (spí-) {n} spirit (1. as in "spirit of ammonia"; 2. "spirit as opposed to body or matter"; 3. as in "to believe in spirits"; {also:} sprite); Spirito Sancte Holy Ghost; spirito maligne evil spirit; spirito forte freethinker; spirito de corpore esprit de corps
spirometria (-ía) {n} spirometry 
spiro-metro (-ómetro) {n} spirometer
splenitis (-ítis) {n} [Med.] splenitis 
spleno-logia (-ía) {n} splenorogy 
spleno-pathia (-ía) {n} splenopathy 
spondaic (-áic) {adj} [Pros.] spondaic, spondaical 
spondeo (-éo) {n} [Pros.] spondee
stabulo (stá-) {n} stable, cattle barn, sty, etc.
stearic (-á-) {adj} [Chem.] stearic 
steatosis (-ósis) {n} [Med.] fatty degeneration, steatosis 
stenographia (-ía) {n} stenography, shorthand 
steno-grapho (-ógrapho) {n} stenographer
Stephano (sté-) {npr} Stephen 
stereo-graphia (-ía) {n} stereography
stereo-metria (-ía) {n} stereometry 
stereoscopia (-ía) {n} stereoscopy 
stereo-tomia (-ía) {n} stereotomy
stereotype (-ó-) {adj} 1. [Print.] stereotype, stereotypical; 2. stereotyped 
stereotypia (-ía) {n} stereotyping; stereotype, stereotypy 
stereo-typo (-ó-) {n} stereo, stereotype (stereotype plate)
stern-algia (-ía) {n} [Med.] sternalgia 
stethoscopia (-ía) {n} stethoscopy 
sticho-mythia (-ía) {n} [Gr. Lit.] stichomythy 
stigmata (stí-) {npl} [Theol.] stigmata 
stoic (stóic) {adj} stoic, stoical (1. [Philos.]; 2. indifferent to pleasure and pain) 
stoico (stóico) {n} stoic (1. [Philos.]; 2. one who practices stoicism) 
stomacho (stó-) {n} stomach
stomatitis (-ítis) {n} [Pathol.] stomatitis 
strabo-tomia (-ía) {n} [Surg.] strabotomy 
strategia (-ía) {n} strategy 
strepito (stré-) {n} noise, din 
strigides (strí-) {npl} [Zool.] Strigidae 
stupula (stú-) {n} stubble (the stumps of wheat, corn, grass, etc. left in the ground after reaping) 
subite (sú-) {adj} sudden
subito (sú-) {adv} suddenly, unexpectedly 
subtitulo (-tí-) {n} subtitle 
subtus (súb-) {adv} below, beneath, underneath 
subula (sú-) {n} awl
succubo (súc-) {n} succubus 
sucrage (-áje) {n} sugaring, sweetening 
sucreria (-ía) {n} sugarworks 
super (sú-) I. {prep} 1. on, upon; on top of; above, over; 2. about, concerning, on; II. {adv} above, on top; super toto above all
supercingula (-cíng-) {n} surcingle 
supplica (súp-) {n} request, prayer, petition 
supplice (súp-) {adj} supplicant
suprematia (-ía) {n} supremacy 
syllaba (síl-) {n} syllable
sylphide (síl-) {n} sylph; sylphid 
symbolo (sím-) {n} symbol (1. [Relig.]; 2. symbolic representation; 3. significant mark or character)
symbol-ogia (-ía) {n} symbology 
symmetria (-ía) {n} symmetry 
sympathia (-ía) {n} 1. sympathy (affinity between persons or things); 2. liking, friendly feeling 
symphonia (-ía) {n} [Mus.] symphony (as in "the Fifth Symphony") 
symphysis (sím-) {n} [Anat., Zool., etc.] symphysis 
symptomato-logia (-ía) {n} symptomatology 
syncope (sín-) {n} I. syncope (1. [Gram.]; 2. [Med.]); II. [Mus.] syncopation
syncrasis (-crá-) {n} syncrasis (intermixture, blending)
syndico (sín-) {n} 1. [Admin.] syndic; 2. [Law] trustee
synecologia (-ía) {n} synecology 
synodo (sí-) {n} synod (1. [Eccl.]; 2. assembly, convention; 3. [Astrol.] conjunction)
synonyme (-ónime) {adj} synonymous
synonymia (-ía) {n} synonymy (quallty of being synonymous) 
synonymo (-ónimo) {n} synonym 
synthese (-íntese) {n} synthesis; specif.: [Philos., Chem., etc.]
Syphilis (sí-) {npr} [Latin poem by Fracostoro, published in 1530 and relating the story of the shepherd Syphilus]; syphilis [Pathol.] syphilis
syriac (-rí-) {adj} Syriac (as in "Syriac language"); also: Syrian 
syriaco (-rí-) {n} Syriac (language) 
tabu (-ú) {adj} taboo tabu (-ú) {n} taboo 
tabacheria (-ía) {n} tobacconist's, cigar store, etc. 
tabula (tá-) {n} I. slab, plate, board, table; II. table (1. [Furniture]; 2. as in "table of contents"); le tabulas del lege the Tables of the Law; tabula rase tabula rasa; facer tabula rase de to make a clean sweep of; poner le tabula to lay or set the table; tabula nigre blackboard; tabula (de fenestra) (window) sill
tachygraphia (-ía) {n} tachygraphy 
tachy-grapho (-kí-) {n} tachygrapher, tachygraphist
tachymetria (-ía) {n} [Surv.] tachymetry 
tachy-metro (-kí-) {n} [Surv.] tachymeter
tacite (tá-) 1. pp of tacer; 2. {adj} tacit 
taffeta (-tá) {n} taffeta; taffeta de Angleterra court plaster 
[tamen] (tá-) {adv} yet, however, nevertheless, notwithstanding 
tanneria (-ía) {n} tannery 
tantalium (-tá-) {n} [Chem.] tantalum 
Tantalo (tán-) {npr} [Gr. Mythol.] Tantalus; tantalo [Ornith.] tantalus
tapisseria (-ía) {n} tapestry; {also:} upholstery 
tardi-grade (-í-) {adj} tardigrade, slowpaced
tardigrado (-í-) {n} [Zool.] tardigrade 
taurides (táu-) {npl} [Astron.] Taurids 
tauro-machia (-ía) {n} tauromachy, bullfighting
tauto-logia (-ía) {n} tautology
taxi (-í) {n} taxi, taxicab 
taxi-dermia (-ía) {n} taxidermy
taxi-metro (-í-) {n} taximeter 
taxi-nomia (-ía) {n} taxonomy, taxinomy
taxis (tá-) [Gr.] {n} [Surg.] taxis;
techno-crate (-ó-) {n} technocrat 
techno-cratia (-ía) {n} technocracy 
technologia (-ía) {n} technology 
techno-logo (-ólogo) {n} technologist
tegula (té-) {n} tile
teguleria (-ía) {n} tilery 
tel-autographo (-ógrapho) {n} telautograph, facsimile telegraph 
telegraphia (-ía) {n} telegraphy 
telegrapho (-lé-) {n} telegraph
telemetria (-ía) {n} telemetry 
tele-metro (-lé-) {n} telemeter (instrument for measuring the distance of an object from the observer)
teleo-logia (-ía) {n} teleology
tele-pathia (-ía) {n} telepathy
telephero (-lé-) {n} telpher (light car suspended from cables) 
telephonia (-ía) {n} telephony 
tele-photographia (-ía) {n} telephotography (1. photography at a distance; 2. electric transmission of photographs) 
tempora (tém-) {n} [Anat.] temple
tenebras (tén-) {npl} 1. darkness, dark; 2. [Eccl.] Tenebrae; angelo del tenebras Prince of Darkness
tenebrionides (-ó-) {npl} [Zool.] Tenebrionidae, darkling beetles 
terebra (tér-) {n} [Zool.] terebra (1. boring ovipositor of hymenopterous insect; 2. genus to which auger shell belongs)
termino (tér-) {n} term (1. limit in space or time; 2. a space of time; 3. expression; 4. "term of a contract, etc.", termino medie middle term; termino technic technical term; sin termino endlessly; esser in bon (mal) terminos con to be on good (bad) terms with
termino-logia (-ía) {n} terminology
terri-cola (-í-) {n} [Zool., Bot.] terricole, terricolist; attrib terricolous 
tetano (té-) {n} [Med.] tetanus; {also:} lockjaw
tetra-logia (-ía) {n} tetralogy 
tetra-metro (-á-) {n} tetrameter 
tetra-pode (-trá-) {adj} tetrapod 
tetrarchia (-ía) {n} tetrarchy 
teuto-mania (-ía) {n} Teutomania 
teutono (téu-) {n} Teuton 
thallo-geno (-ógeno) {n} thallogen 
thaumaturgia (-ía) {n} thaumaturgy 
theatro-mano (-ó-) {n} theatromaniac 
theina (-ína) {n} [Chem.] theine 
theismo (-ízmo) {n} theism 
theista (-ísta) {n} theist 
theistic (-ístic) {adj} theistic 
theo-crate (-ó-) {n} theocrat 
theo-cratia (-ía) {n} theocracy 
theo-dicea (-éa) {n} theodicy 
theo-gonia (-ía) {n} theogony
theologia (-ía) {n} theology 
theo-logo (-ólogo) {n} theologian
theo-mantia (-ía) {n} theomancy 
theoria (-ía) {n} 1. [Gr. Relig.] theoria; 2. theory 
theoro (-óro) {n} [Gr. Hist.] theor
theo-sophe (-ósophe) {adj} theosophical
theosophia (-ía) {n} theosophy 
theosopho (-ósopho) {n} theosophist 
therapia (-ía) {n} 1. therapy; 2. therapeutics 
thermas (tér-) {npl} thermae; specif.: [Rom. Antiq.] 
thermo-chimia (-ía) {n} thermochemistry 
thermo-metro (-ó-) {n} thermometer 
Thermo-pylas (-mó-) {nprpl} Thermopylae 
thermo-stato (-ó-) {n} thermostat 
thesaureria (-ía) {n} treasury (1. treasure house; 2. treasury department, exchequer) 
theurgia (-ía) {n} theurgy, (white) magic 
theurgic (-úrgic) {adj} theurgic 
the-urgo (-úrgo) {n} theurgist
Thomas (tómas) {nprm} Thomas
thorium (tó-) {n} [Chem.] thorium 
thrombosis (-ósis) n, thrombosis 
thyreo-tomia (-ía) {n} [Surg.] thyrotomy, thyreotomy 
thyro-tomia (-ía) {n} [Surg.] thyrotomy 
tinctureria (-ía) {n} dyer's shop 
tira-corcos (-cór-) {n} corkscrew 
titanium (-tá-) {n} [Chem.] titanium
titano-machia (-ía) {n} titanomachia, war of the Titans 
titulo (tí-) {n} I. title (1. "title of nobility, honor, rank, etc."; 2. recognized claim or right; 3. "title of a book, song, etc."); II. [Assaying] fineness of gold or silver; III. [Paleog.] mark over a word as sign of abbreviation
toalia (-ália) {n} towel 
-tomia (-ía) {n} [occurring in compounds]  -tomy (cutting) 
tonitro (tó-) {n} thunder 
tonsill-ectomia (-ía) {n} [Surg.] tonsillectomy 
tonsillitis (-ítis) {n} [Pathol.] tonsillitis 
tonsillo-tomia (-ía) {n} tonsillectomy 
topographia (-ía) {n} topography (1. art or practice of topography; 2. topographical features of an area) 
topo-grapho (-óqrapho) {n} topographer
top-onymia (-ía) {n} toponymy 
torneo (-éo) {n} tournament, tourney 
torneria (-ía) {n} turnely (a turner's work shop) 
totem (tó-) {n} totem
totevia (-ía) {adv} yet, still, nevertheless 
tourismo (turízino) {n} tourism 
tourista (turísta) {n} tourist 
touristic (turístic) {adj} tourist, touring 
toxico-logo (-có-) {n} toxicologist
trachea (-éa) {n} windpipe, trachea
tracheitis (-ítis) {n} [Med.] tracheitis 
tracheo-tomia (-ía) {n} tracheotomy 
traffico (trá-) {n} trade, commerce, traffic
trair (-ír) {v} to betray
tram-via (-ía) {n} streetcar line
transito (trán-) {n} transit 
tre-dece (tré-) {adj} thirteen 
tremulo (tré-) {n} aspen, trembling poplar 
trenchea (-éa) {n} [Mil.] trench 
trentesime (-ésime) {adj} thirtieth; le trentesime parte, le trentesimo the thirtieth part, the thirtieth 
tresoreria (-ía) {n} treasury (1. treasure house; 2. treasury department, exchequer) 
triade (trí-) {n} triad (1. trio, trinity, three; 2. specif.: [Mus., Geom., etc.]) 
triangulo (-ángulo) {n} triangle 
tribulo (trí-) {n} threshing machine, thresher
trichinosis (-ósis) {n} [Pathol.] trichinosis 
tri-chlorido (-clór-) {n} trichloride 
tri-cipite (-cí-) {adj} [Anat.] (of the triceps) tri-cipite (-cí-) {n} triceps 
tri-fide (trí-) {adj} trifid 
tri-gemine (-gé-) {adj} trigeminous, born three at one birth
trigemino (-gé-) {n} triplet 
trillionesime (-ésime) {adj} trillionth; le trillionesime parte, le trillionesimo the trillionth part, the trillionth 
tri-logia (-ía) {n} trilogy 
tri-metro (trí-) {n} trimeter 
tri-oxydo (-ó-) {n} trioxide 
tri-pede (trí-) {n} tripod; {also:} trivet 
triplice (trí-) {adj} triplex, triple, threefold
tri-syllabe (-sí-) {adj} trisyllabic
trisyllabo (-sí-) {n} trisyllabo 
tritico (trí-) {n} wheat 
trium-viro (-úm-) {n} [Rom. Antiq.] triumvir
trocheo (-éo) {n} [Pros.] trochee
Troia (tróia) {npr} [Gr. Hist.] Troy
troika (trói-) [R] {n} troika 
tropheo (-éo) {n} trophy 
tropo-logia (-ía) {n} tropology
tsarevich (-évitch) [R] {n} czarevich, tsarevich 
tuberculosis (-ósis) {n} tuberculosis; tuberculosis pulmonar tuberculosis of the lungs 
tubi-cola (-í-) {n} [Zool.] tubicole 
turbo-dynamo (-dí-) {n} turbodynamo 
turdides (túr-) {npl} [Zool.] Turdidae 
tutoria (-ía) {n} [Law] guardianship, tutorship 
tympano (tím-) {n} I. [Mus.] drum; II. [Print.] tympan; III. tympanum (1. [Anat.]; 2. [Arch.])
typographia (-ía) {n} typography, printing 
typo-grapho (-ógrapho) {n} typographer
typometria (-ía) {n} typometry 
typo-metro (-ómetro) {n} [Print.] typometer
tyrannia (-ía) {n} tyranny 
ultime (úl-) {adj} last
ultragiar (-ajár) {v} to outrage 
uluco (ú-) {n} owl 
ulula (úlula) {n} barn owl 
Ulysses (-lís-) {npr} [Gr. Mythol.] Ulysses 
umbilico (-íco) {n} [Anat.] navel, umbilicus
un-anime (-ánime) {adj} unanimous
un-dece (ún-) {adj} eleven 
ungula (úngula) {n} 1. nail (of a finger or toe); 2. claw (of a canine, feline, or bird); 3. hoof (of an animal)
unisono (-í-) {n} unison 
unquam (únquam) {adv} ever, at any time 
uralo-altaic (-táic) {adj} uralaltaic 
uranium (-rá-) {n} uranium
uranographia (-ía) {n} uranography 
urano-grapho (-ógrapho) {n} uranographer
urano-metria (-ía) {n} (science of) uranometry 
ur-emia (-ía) {n} [Med.] uremia, uraemia
ureteritis (-ítis) {n} [Pathol.] ureteritis 
uretero-tomia (-ía) {n} [Surg.] ureterotomy 
urethritis (-ítis) {n} [Pathol.] urethritis 
urethroscopia (-ía) {n} [Med.] urethroscopy 
urtica (-tíca) {n} nettle, urtica
Uruguay (-ái) {npr} Uruguay (1. Uruguay river; 2. Republic of Uruguay); Republica Oriental del Uruguay Republic of Uruguay 
usquam (ús-) {adv} somewhere 
usuria (-ía) {n} usury 
utero (ú-) {n} uterus, womb
utero-logia (-ía) {n} uterology 
[utrum ... an] (ú-) {conj} whether ... or 
vaccheria (-ía) {n} 1. cow stables; 2. dairy farm 
vacuolo (-cú-) {n} [Biol.] vacuole 
vademecum (-mé-) {n} vade mecum 
vaginitis (-ítis) {n} [Pathol.) vaginitis 
vaina (-ína) {n} sheath, scabbard, etc.
vallea (-éa) {n} valley 
[vamos] (vá-) pr 1me pers pl of vader I. (we) go, are going; II. let's go, let us go; III. [Grammatical functions: 1. auxiliary, forming the future or immediate future; 2. auxiliary, forming the imperative]; vamos comenciar 1. we shall begin, are going to begin; 2. let's begin, let us begin 
vandalo (ván-) {n} 1. [Hist.] Vandal; 2. vandal (wanton destroyer)
vanteria (-ía) {n} boasting, vauntery 
varice (vá-) {n} [Med.] varix, varicose vein
variola (-rí-) {n} [Med.] smallpox, variola 
vegete (vé-) {adj} healthy, vigorous, flourishing
velocifero (-cí-) {n} 1. stagecoach express; 2. velocipede, dandy horse 
veloci-metro (-cí-) {n} speedometer, velocimeter 
veloci-pede (-cí-) {n} velocipede
vendita (vén-) {n} sale (act of selling) 
vener-di (-dí) {n} Friday; Venerdi Sancte Good Friday 
veneria (-ía) {n} hunt, chase, hunting; venery 
venete (vé-) {adj} 1. [Rom. Antiq.] Venetic (of Venetia or the Veneti); 2. of Venezia
veneto (vé-) {n} 1. Venetic (language of the Veneti); 2. one of the Veneti 
vengiabile (-já-) {adj} worthy of revenge 
vengiantia (-ján-) {n} vengeance, revenge 
vengiar (-jár) {v} to avenge; vengiar se to avenge oneself, take revenge
ventri-loque (-trí-) {adj} ventriloquous, ventriloquial
ventriloquia (-ía) {n} ventriloquism, ventriloquy 
ventriloquo (-trí-) {n} ventriloquist 
Venus (vé-) {npr} Venus (1. [Rom. Relig.]; 2. [Astron.]) 
veri-dic (-rí-) {adj} truthful, veridical
vermi-fuge (-í-) {adj} vermifuge vermi-fuge (-í-) {n} vermifuge 
vermina (vér-) {n} vermin
vertebra (vér-) {n} vertebra
vertice (vér-) {n} vertex (1. top, summit; 2. [Anat.]; 3. [Math.])
vesica (-íca) {n} [Anat.] (urinary) bladder; vesica biliari [Anat.] gall bladder; vesica natatori [Ichthyol.] air bladder, swim or swimming bladder
vespera (vés-) {n} evening; iste vespera this evening, tonight; le vespera in the evening, evenings; heri vespera last night; mane vespera tomorrow night; vesperas [Eccl.] vespers 
vestibulo (-tí-) {n} vestibule; {also:} [Anat.] 
vetula (vé-) {n} old woman 
vetulo (vé-) {n} old man 
viagiar (-jár) {v} to travel 
victima (víc-) {n} victim 
vigesime (-gé-) {adj} twentieth 
vigesimo (-gé-) {n} twentieth (part) 
villania (-ía) {n} vile action, villainy 
vinagreria (-ía) {n} vinegar factory 
vin-dice (vín-) {n} avenger
vintesime (-ésime) {adj} twentieth; le vintesime parte, le vintesimo the twentieth part, the twentieth 
vipera (ví-) {n} viper
viperides (-pér-) {npl} [Zool.] Viperidae 
virus (ví-) {n} [Pathol.] virus
visita (ví-) {n} visit; facer un visita a un persona to call on someone; visita domiciliari domiciliary visit; derecto de visita right of search or visit; visita pastoral pastoral visitation (of a bishop) 
Vistula (vís-) {npr} Vistula 
vitamino-logia (-ía) {n} vitaminology 
viti-cola (-tí-) {n} winegrower, viticulturist viti-cola (-tí-) {adj} winegrowing, viticultural 
vivat (ví-) viva, vivat 
voltaic (-áic) {adj} voltaic; pila voltaic voltaic pile; arco voltaic voltaic arc 
voltaismo (-ímo) {n} voltaism 
volta-metro (-tá-) {n} voltameter 
volt-ampere (-pér) {n} voltampere 
volteo (-éo) {n} [Man.] (act or art of vaulting) 
volti-metro (-ímetro) {n} voltmeter 
vomica (vó-) {n} [Med.] vomica 
vomito (vó-) {n} vomit, vomiting 
vortice (vór-) {n} whirlpool, vortex
vulturides (-túr-) {npl} [Zool.] Vulturidae 
wadi (-dí) [Ar.] {n} wadi 
watti-metro (-í-) {n} wattmeter 
wombat (wóm-) {n} [Zool.] wombat 
xenon (ksé-) {n} [Chem.] xenon 
xenophilia (-ía) {n} xenophilism 
xenophilo (-nó-) {n} xenophile 
xeno-phobe (-nó-) {adj} xenophobe, xenophobian
xenophobia (-ía) {n} xenophobia 
xenophobo (-nó-) {n} xenophobe 
xylographia (-ía) {n} xylography (art of engraving on wood or taking impressions from such engravings) 
xylo-grapho (-ógrapho) {n} xylographer
xylo-logia (-ía) {n} xylology 
xylo-phage (-ó-) {adj} [Zool.] xylophagous
xylophago (-ó-) {n} [Zool.] xylophage 
Zacharia (-ía) {npr} Zachariah; Zachary 
zebu (-bú) {n} [Zool.] zebu 
zelosia (-ía) {n} jealousy 
Zeus (Zéus) {npr} [Gr. Relig.] Zeus
zincographia (-ía) {n} zincography, zinc etching 
zinco-grapho (-có-) {n} zincographer
zodiaco (-dí-) {n} zodiac
zoic (zóic) {adj} [Zool.] zoic 
zoo-graphia (-ía) {n} zoography
zoo-latra (zo-ó-) {n} zoolater, animal worshiper
zoolatria (-ía) {n} zoolatry, animal worship 
zoo-litho (zo-ó-) {n} zoolith, zoolite 
zoologia (-ía) {n} zoology 
zoo-logo (zo-ó-) {n} zoologist
zoon (zó-on) (pl zoa) {n} [Zool.] zoon
zoo-phyto (zo-ó-) {n} [Zool.] zoophyte 
zoophyto-logia (-ía) {n} zoophyto]ogy 
zoo-spora (zo-ó-) {n} [Bot.] zoospore 
zoo-tomia (-ía) {n} zootomy