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a {prep} 1. to (a point in space or time, a goal, etc.); 2. at (a point in space or time, a stage of development, etc.);
`a (+inf)' to; {also:} for (+gerund);
`sala a attender' waiting room 
abandonar {v} to abandon;
`abandonar se a' to indulge in 
abassamento {n} lowering; {also:} abasement;
`abassamento de un equation' [Math.] reduction of an equation 
abassar {v} to lower; {also:} to abase;
`abassar un perpendicular' [Geom.] to drop a perpendicular 
abiete {n} fir (1. fir-tree; 2. fir wood);
`abiete de Canada' hemlock (spruce) 
ablativo {n} ablative;
`ablativo absolute' ablative absolute 
abonar (1) {v} to enter the subscription (to a periodical, etc.) of (a person);
`abonar se' to subscribe (to a periodical, etc.)
absentar {v} -;
`absentar se' to absent oneself 
absentia {n} absence;
`brillar per su absentia' to be conspicuous by one's absence 
absolute {adj} absolute;
`temperatura absolute' absolute temperature;
`ablativo absolute' ablative absolute 
absorber [-sorb-/-sorpt-] {v} to absorb;
`absorbite in' absorbed in
abstiner [-tin-/-tent-] {v} -;
`abstiner se de' to abstain from
abuccar {v} 1. to seize, snatch up (with the mouth); 2. to interconnect (two openings);
`abuccar se' to come or get together (for an interview, a conference, etc.)
abundantia {n} abundance;
`corno del abundantia' cornucopia, horn of abundance or plenty 
abusar {v} -;
`abusar de' to abuse, make bad use of 
acaju [-jú] {n} 1. cashew; 2. mahogany;
`nuce de acaju' cashew nut 
acclamation {n} acclaim, acclamation;
`per acclamation' by acclamation 
accordator {n} tuner (of pianos, etc.);
`clave accordator' tuning key 
accordo {n} 1. accord, agreement; 2. [Mus.] chord;
`de accordo' in accord;
`esser de accordo' to be in accord, agree;
`poner se de accordo' to come to an agreement;
`de commun accordo' by common consent 
accusar {v} to accuse;
`accusar reception de' to acknowledge receipt of
Achilles (-ílles) {npr} [Gr. Mythol.] Achilles;
`calce de Achilles' Achilles' heel;
`tendon de Achilles' Achilles' tendon
acido (ácido) {n} acid;
`acido carbonic' 1. carbonic acid; 2. carbon dioxide, carbonic acid gas;
`acido chlorhydric' hydrochloric acid 
action {n} I. action (1. act, acting; 2. lawsuit); II. [Fin.] share;
`homine de action' man of action;
`action civil' civil action 
actualitate {n} 1. actuality (actual existence); 2. character of what is current or present, thing or event that is current or present;
`actualitates' current events, news (as in "news report, newsreel, news film, etc.") 
acustic {adj} acoustic;
`tubo acustic' speaking tube;
`corno acustic' ear trumpet
acute {adj} acute (1. sharp-pointed; 2. shrewd, penetrating, keen; 3. acting keenly on the senses);
`angulo acute' [Geom.] acute angle;
`morbo acute' acute disease;
`nota acute' high-pitched sound;
`voce acute' shrill voice;
`dolor acute' acute or sharp pain;
`accento acute' [Gram.] acute accent, ´
Adam {npr} Adam;
`pomo de Adam' Adam's apple
adaptar {v} to adapt;
`adaptar a' to adapt to
adaptation {n} adaptation;
`facultate de adaptation' adaptability, ability to adapt oneself 
addormir {v} to put to sleep;
`addormir se' to fall asleep 
ad hominem [L] ad hominem;
`argumento ad hominem' argumentum ad hominem 
adjacente {adj} adjacent;
`angulos adjacente' adjacent angles 
adjacer {v} -;
`adjacer a' to lie near or close to, border upon
adjudicar {v} to adjudge (to award judicially, as a prize, etc.);
`adjudicar a' to knock down to (at an auction)
adjutar {v} to aid, help;
`adjutar se de' to use, make use of
adornar {v} to adorn;
`adornar de' to adorn with
adorsar {v} -;
`adorsar (un cosa) a' to place (something) with its back against 
adrenal {adj} [Anat.] adrenal;
`glandulas adrenal' adrenal glands 
adressar {v} to address (1. to write the address on, direct; 2. as in "to address a prayer to");
`adressar se' to address oneself (to) 
adriatic {adj} Adriatic (1. pertaining to the city of Adria; 2. pertaining to the Adriatic);
`Mar Adriatic' Adriatic 
adulterio {n} adultery;
`committer adulterio' to commit adultery 
aer {n} air (1. "atmospheric air"; 2. appearance; 3. melody);
`esser in le aer' to be up in the air;
`facer castellos in le aer' to build castles in the air;
`prender le aer' to take an airing;
`dar se aeres' to give oneself airs;
`parlar in le aer' to talk at random;
`haber le aer de (facer un cosa)' to appear to be (doing something);
`haber le aer (triste)' to look (sad);
`aer libre' open air
aeree {adj} air (airy, aerial);
`via aeree' [Aeronaut.] airway;
`posta aeree' air mail;
`vias aeree' [Anat.] air-passages 
aero-nave {n} airship;
`aeronaves' aircraft 
affaire [F] {n} affair (1. concern; 2. event);
`affaires' affairs, business 
affiliar {v} to affiliate (to receive or connect as member, branch, etc.);
`affiliar se con' to affiliate with, join
affin {adj} 1. resembling, like; 2. related by marriage;
`(patre, matre, etc.) affin' (father-, mother-, etc.) in-law
affirmative {adj} affirmative;
`responder affirmativemente' to answer in the affirmative 
afflictive {adj} giving pain, distressing;
`pena afflictive' corporal punishment 
affliger [-flig-/-flict-] {v} to afflict;
`affliger se' to be grieved
affollar {v} to madden, drive mad;
`affollar se' to go mad; {also:} to lose control of oneself, grow panicky
agente {n} agent (1. active power; 2. one who acts for another);
`agente (de cambio)' (stock)broker 
agglutinante 1 {ppr} of `agglutinar'; 2. {adj} agglutinant, agglutinative;
`linguas agglutinante' agglutinative languages 
agradar {v} -;
`agradar a' to please 
agulia {n} needle; {also:} gramophone needle;
`agulia magnetic' magnetic needle
albergo {n} 1. shelter, lodging; 2. inn;
`albergo de juventute' youth hostel
alcali (ál-) [Chem.] alkali;
`alcali volatile' ammonia
aleutic {adj} Aleutian;
`Insulas Aleutic' Aleutian Islands 
[alia] [L] {npl} other things;
`inter alia' inter alia, among other things 
alic-un {adj} some, any; {also:} a few;
`alicun cosa' something, anything
alimento {n} food;
`alimentos' allowance; specif.: alimony
allegrar {v} to cheer up, brighten up (to make gay or cheerful);
`allegrar se' to rejoice 
alliantia {n} alliance;
`le arca del alliantia' the Ark of the Covenant 
alliar {v} to ally;
`alliar se' to form an alliance
allongar {v} to lengthen (to make longer);
`allongar (le bracio)' to stretch out (one's arm)
allusion {n} allusion;
`facer allusion a' to allude to 
almosna {n} alms;
`facer almosna' to give alms
alpha {n} alpha (the first letter of the Greek alphabet);
`alpha e omega' alpha and omega;
`particula alpha' alpha particle;
`radio alpha' alpha ray
alte {adj} 1. high; 2. loud;
`in alte voce' aloud (1. not in a whisper; 2. loudly)
alterar {v} 1. to alter (to make different); 2. to adulterate;
`su voce se alterava (con emotion)' his voice broke (with emotion) 
altere {adj} other (1. additional; 2. different);
`un altere' another;
`le un le altere, le unes le alteres' one another, each other;
`altere vice' a second time, once again, once more
alternative {adj} 1. alternate, alternating; 2. alternative;
`currente alternative' alternating current 
alterne {adj} [Math., Bot.] alternate;
`angulos alterne' alternate angles
altiar {v} to raise (1. to make higher; 2. to raise the position or level of);
`altiar le voce' to raise one's voice
altitude {n} 1. altitude; 2. height;
`al altitude del (situation, etc.)' equal to (the situation, etc.);
`al altitude de (un capo, un insula, etc.)' off (a cape, an island, etc.) 
alto {n} I. top, upper part; II. [Mus.] alto (1. contralto voice; 2. tenor violin);
`le altos e (le) bassos' the ups and downs;
`in alto' 1. upward(s), up; {also:} upstairs; 2. (up) on top; {also:} upstairs;
`de alto a basso' 1. from the top to the bottom; 2. from top to bottom, from top to toe 
Amazon {npr} Amazon (1. Gr. Mythol.]; 2. [Geog.]);
`amazon' amazon, horsewoman; {also:} virago
ambra {n} 1. amber; 2. ambergris;
`ambra grise' ambergris
ambrosian {adj} Ambrosian;
`canto ambrosian' Ambrosian chant;
`rito ambrosian' Ambrosian rite 
Ambrosio {nprm} Ambrose;
`Sancte Ambrosio' Saint Ambrose
ameboide {adj} amoeboid;
`movimentos ameboide' [Zool., Physiol.] amoeboid movements 
America {npr} America;
`America del nord' North America;
`America del sud' South America;
`America latin' Latin America
amic (-íc) {adj} friendly (not enemy);
`(nation) amic' friendly (nation)
amical {adj} friendly;
`(reguardo) amical' friendly (look) 
amicar {v} to make friends of;
`amicar se' to make friends (with) 
Ammon {npr} Ammon (1. [Egypt. Relig.]; 2. [Gr., Rom. Relig.]);
`corno de Ammon' horn of Ammon
ammoniac {adj} ammoniac;
`gumma ammoniac' gum ammoniac;
`aqua ammoniac' ammonia (water) 
ammoniaco {n} 1. ammonia ([Chem.] NH3); 2. ammoniac, gum ammoniac;
`ammoniaco (liquide)' (liquid) ammonia, ammonia (water)
amor {n} love (passionate affection);
`amor proprie' self-esteem;
`amores' amours, love-affairs
Ampère, André Marie {npr} [1775-1836; physicist after whom the "ampere" is named];
`lege de Ampère' Ampère's law
amusar {v} to amuse, entertain;
`amusar se' to amuse or divert oneself
[an]' 1. {interr part} -;
`an il habe le libro?' has he the book?; 2. {conj} whether
analoge (-áloge) {adj} analogous (corresponding in some ways);
`analoge a' analogous to
analyse (-ályse) {n} analysis;
`analyse qualitative' qualitative analysis;
`analyse quantitative' quantitative analysis;
`analyse infinitesimal' infinitesimal calculus;
`in le ultime analyse' in the last analysis, all things considered
analytic {adj} analytic, analytical;
`geometria analytic' analytic geometry
ancian {adj} ancient, old;
`(le) ancianos' (the) ancients
Andes {nprpl} Andes;
`Cordillera del Andes' Cordillera of the Andes 
anello {n} ring (circle of metal or other material); {also:} link (of a chain);
`anello nuptial' wedding ring;
`anello del piscator' fisherman's ring
anemone (-óne) {n} anemone;
`anemone de mar' sea anemone 
angelic {adj} angelic;
`le salutation angelic' the Angelic Salutation, the Ave Maria 
angelo (á-) {n} angel;
`angelo tutelar' guardian angel
angina {n} [Pathol.] quinsy, angina;
`angina de pectore' angina pectoris
angiosperma {n} [Bot.] angiosperm;
`angiospermas' Angiospermae 
anglican {adj} [Eccl.] Anglican;
`ecclesia anglican' Church of England 
angulo (án-) {n} angle, corner;
`angulo acute, angulo obtuse' acute angle, obtuse angle
anhydrido {n} [Chcm.] anhydride;
`anhydrido carbonic' carbon dioxide 
anima (á-) {n} soul;
`render le anima' give up the ghost;
`stato de anima' state of mind, frame of mind
anno {n} year;
`anno bissextil' leap year;
`anno nove' New Year;
`anno de lumine' [Astron.] light-year
anonyme (-ó-) {adj} anonymous;
`societate anonyme' joint-stock company, limited company
[anque] (anke) {adv} also, too;
`anque (io)' (I) too, (me) too;
`non solmente ... ma anque' not only ... but also 
ansate {adj} ansate, looped;
`cruce ansate' crux ansata, ansate cross 
anserin {adj} goose (as in "goose liver");
`cute anserin' goose flesh, goose skin 
antarctic {adj} antarctic;
`polo antarctic' antarctic pole, south pole;
`circulo antarctic' antarctic circle;
`Oceano Antarctic' Antarctic (Ocean) 
ante' I. {prep} before (1. in front of; 2. earlier than; 3. above); II. {adv} before (1. in front, ahead; {also:} forward; 2. earlier);
`ante que (io iva al theatro)' before (I went to the theater)
antecamera (-cá-) {n} anteroom; {also:} waiting room (at a doctor's office, etc.);
`facer antecamera' to wait in the antichamber 
antecedente {n} antecedent (1. [Logic, Math.]; 2. [Gram.]);
`le antecedentes de un persona' someone's antecedents 
anterior {adj} anterior;
`(periodo) anterior' former (period);
`(data) anterior' earlier (date);
`(gamba) anterior' fore(leg);
`(muro) anterior' front (wall)
anthropophago (-óphago) {n} man-eater, cannibal;
`anthropophagos' anthropophagi 
Antichristo {npr} Antichrist;
`antichristo' antichrist 
anticipar {v} to anticipate (to do or use in advance);
`anticipar un pagamento' to advance a payment
anticonceptional {adj} contraceptive;
`medio anticonceptional' contraceptive 
antidoto (-í-) {n} antidote;
`antidoto de' antidote to, for, against
antipode (-í-) {n} opposite, contrary, antipode;
`antipodes' antipodes
antique {adj} antique, ancient;
`(le) antiquos' (the) ancients
anular {adj} ring-shaped, annular;
`digito anular' ring finger, annular;
`eclipse anular' annular eclipse 
anulo {n} ring (circle of metal or other material); {also:} ringlike object;
`anulo piscatori' fisherman's ring
ape {n} bee;
`ape operari, ape neutre' working bee;
`ape matre, ape regina, ape femine' queen bee;
`ape mascule' drone
apocrypho (-ócrypho) {n} apocryphon, {also:} apocrypha;
`apocryphos' apocrypha, apocryphas 
apostolo (-ós-) {n} apostle;
`le Symbolo del Apostolos' the Apostles' Creed
apparato {n} I. apparatus (1. appliance, instrument; 2. collection of mechanical contrivances for carrying out a given work); II. pomp, display;
`apparato respiratori' respiratory apparatus;
`apparato photographic' [Photog.] camera 
apparente {adj} apparent (1. plain to see; 2. seeming);
`diametro apparente' apparent diameter;
`morte apparente' suspended animation 
apparentia {n} appearance (aspect);
`salvar le apparentias' to keep up appearances 
appellar {v} 1. [Law] to appeal; 2. to call, name;
`appellar a' to appeal to (for help etc.);
`appellar de (un sententia)' to appeal against (a sentence)
appello {n} appeal (1. [Law]; 2. earnest request);
`corte de appello' Court of Appeal, Appellate Court;
`appello nominal' roll call 
applanar {v} to flatten, smooth, plane;
`applanar difficultates' to smooth away difficulties
applicar {v} to apply (1. to put on; 2. to put to use);
`applicar se' a to apply oneself, put one's mind to;
`scientias applicate' applied sciences
appoiar {v} 1. to keep up, prop (up); {also:} to support, back, aid;
`appoiar (un cosa) contra' to lean (something) against;
`appoiar (un cosa) super' to rest (something) on;
`appoiar se (super, contra)' to lean (on, against)
apposition {n} apposition (1. act of placing near; 2. [Gram.]);
`in apposition' in apposition 
approche (-sh-) {n} approach (action of approaching);
`approches' [Mil.] approaches 
appropriar {v} to adapt;
`appropriar se un cosa' to appropriate something (to take something for one's own)
approximar {v} to approximate, bring near;
`approximar se (a)' to approach, come near
aqua {n} water (1. the liquid "water"; 2. limpidity and luster of a precious stone);
`aqua de Colonia' cologne, eau de Cologne;
`aqua forte' 1. aqua fortis, nitric acid; 2. etching (picture printed from etched plate);
`aqua pesante' heavy water;
`via de aqua' [Naut.] leak;
`facer aqua' [Naut.] to leak
aquario {n} aquarium;
`Aquario' [Astron.] Aquarius, Water Bearer 
arabe (1) (á-) {adj} Arab, Arabian, Arabic;
`cavallo arabe' Arabian horse
arabic {adj} Arab, Arabian, Arabic;
`cifra arabic' Arabic number;
`gumma arabic' gum Arabic 
arachide (-rá-) {n} 1. [Bot.] Arachis; 2. peanut;
`oleo de arachide' peanut oil
arachidic {adj} arachidic;
`acido arachidic' arachidic acid 
aranea {n} spider;
`tela de aranea' cobweb, spider web 
arbore {n} [Bot.] tree;
`arbore genealogic' family tree, genealogical tree
Archimedes (-mé-) {npr} Archimedes;
`principio de Archimedes' Archimedean principle, Archimedes' principle;
`vite de Archimedes' Archimedean screw, Archimedes' screw 
arco {n} I. arc; II. arch; III. bow (1. weapon for shooting arrows; 2. rod for playing the violin, etc.);
`arco triumphal' or `de triumpho' triumphal arch
arctic {adj} arctic;
`polo arctic' arctic pole, north pole;
`circulo arctic' arctic circle;
`Oceano Arctic' Arctic (Ocean) 
arenari {adj} (of) sand;
`petra arenari' sandstone 
argento {n} silver;
`argento vive' quicksilver, mercury
Argo-nauta {npr} [Gr. Mythol.] Argonaut;
`argonauta' 1. pioneer, explorer etc.; 2. [Zool.] argonaut 
Ariadna {nprf} [Gr. Mythol.] Ariadne;
`filo de Ariadna' Ariadne's clew 
ariete {n} 1. ram; 2. battering ram; {also:} [Rom. Antiq.] aries;
`ariete hydraulic' hydraulic ram;
`Ariete' [Astron.] Aries, Ram
arithmetica {n} arithmetic;
`arithmetica superior' higher arithmetic 
Arlequin {npr} Harlequin;
`arlequin' harlequin, buffoon
arma {n} arm (1. weapon; 2. branch of the military service);
`armas blanc' side-arms;
`armas de foco' fire-arms;
`homine de armas' man-at-arms;
`prender le armas' to take up arms;
`armas' [Her.] arms
armar {v} to arm (1. to supply with weapons; 2. to equip, fit out);
`armar un persona cavallero' to dub someone a knight;
`armar se de patientia' to exercise patience 
armea (-éa) {n} army;
`armea aeree' air force 
arrangiar (-ja-) {v} to arrange (1. to set in order; 2. to contrive; 3. to settle, straighten out);
`arrangiar se' to manage, get along
arretrar {v} 1. to draw backwards; 2. to delay;
`arretrar se' 1. to withdraw, draw (oneself) back; 2. to be behindhand or in arrears 
arretrate 1 {pp} of `arretrar'; 2. {adj} behindhand, in arrears;
`pagamento arretrate' overdue payment;
`soldo arretrate' [Mil.] back pay 
arrogar {v} to arrogate (1. [Rom. Law] to adrogate; 2. to claim as one's own);
`arrogar se' to arrogate to oneself
arrugar {v} to wrinkle, crease;
`arrugar le fronte' to frown 
arte {n} art (1. "fine art"; 2. skill);
`opera de arte' work of art;
`artes liberal' liberal arts;
`belle artes' fine arts
arterial {adj} arterial;
`sanguine arterial' arterial blood;
`pression arterial' blood pressure 
articulo {n} I. [Anat.] joint; II. article (1. paragraph, section; 2. "article in a magazine, newspapcr, etc.); 3. "article of merchandise"; 4. [Gram]);
`articulo de fide' article of faith;
`articulo de fundo' editorial, leading article;
`articulo definite (indefinite)' definite (indefinite) article
artificial {adj} artificial;
`seta artificial' rayon 
artificio {n} artifice, trick;
`foco de artificio' fireworks 
artilleria (-ía) {n} artillery; ordnance, gunnery;
`artilleria de campania' field artillery;
`artilleria a cavallo' horse artillery 
ascension {n} ascent, ascension;
`le Ascension' the Ascension 
Asia {npr} Asia (1. Roman Province in Asia Minor; 2. the continent Asia);
`Asia Minor' Asia Minor
asparago (-pá-) {n} asparagus;
`asparago plumose' asparagus fern 
aspirar {v} 1. to aspire (to desire earnestly); 2. [Phonet.] to aspirate; 3. to inhale;
`aspirar a' to aspire to
assecurar {v} I. to secure (to make firm or fast); II. to assure (to state positively); III. [Com.] to insure;
`assecurar se de un cosa' to make sure of, ascertain, something;
`assecurar se de un persona' to lay hold of, apprehend, a person;
`assecurar se que' to make sure that
[as-si] (-sí) {adv} thus, so;
`assi . . como' as ... as;
`(un libro) assi (belle)' so (beautiful a book), such (a beautiful book) (`si') 
assistentia {n} 1. assistance; 2. attendance;
`assistentia public' (poor) relief;
`assistentia social' social welfare 
assister {v} to assist, help;
`assister a' to attend, be present at
assumption {n} assumption (1. taking to or upon oneself; 2. [Logic]);
`le Assumption' [Eccl.] the Assumption 
astral {adj} astral;
`corpore astral' astral body 
asylo {n} asylum (1. shelter, refuge; 2. institution for protection or relief);
`derecto de asylo' right of sanctuary;
`asylo de nocte' night-shelter, flop-house 
ataxia (-ía) {n} [Pathol.] ataxia, ataxy;
`ataxia locomotor' locomotor ataxia 
Atheneo (-éo) {npr} Athenaeum (1. [Gr. Hist.]; 2. [Rom. Hist.]);
`atheneo' athenaeum (meeting place or organization for the study of letters) 
Atlante {npr} [Gr. Mythol.] Atlas;
`atlante' atlas (1. [Arch.]; 2. [Anat.])
atlantic {adj} Atlantic (as in "Atlantic coast");
`Oceano Atlantic' or `le Atlantico' Atlantic Ocean, the Atlantic 
Atlas (át-) {npr} 1. [Gr. Mythol.] Atlas; 2. [Geog.] Atlas Mountains;
`atlas' atlas (book of maps) 
atomic {adj} atomic;
`peso atomic' atomic weight 
attaché [F] {n} [Admin.; Dipl., Mil.; etc.] attaché;
`attaché militar' military attaché 
attentar {v} to make a criminal attempt;
`attentar al vita de un persona' to make an attempt on someone's life
attention {n} attention (1. careful notice, heed; 2. act of courtesy);
`prestar attention' to pay attention 
attenuante 1 {ppr} of `attenuar'; 2. {adj} extenuating;
`circumstantias attenuante' extenuating circumstances 
attraction {n} attraction; {also:} [Phys.];
`attractiones' attractions (things that delight or attract people) 
attribuer [-tribu-/-tribut-] {v} 1. to assign, allot; 2. to attribute, ascribe;
`attribuer se un cosa' to arrogate something to oneself
attruppar {v} to troup, gather, assemble;
`attruppar se' to flock together, assemble 
augmentar {v} to augment, increase;
`augmentar le precio de un cosa' to raise, advance the price of something;
`augmentar de precio' to rise, advance in price 
augurio {n} augury (1. art of the augur; 2. omen, sign);
`de bon augurio' auspicious;
`de mal augurio' ominous 
Augustino {nprm} Augustine;
`Sancte Augustino' St. Augustine
augusto (1) {n} (the) august (one);
`Augusto' Augustus (honorific of Roman emperors) 
Augusto (2) {nprm} Augustus, August;
`augusto' (the month of) August
aurar {v} to gild;
`aurar le pillula' to gild or sugar the pill 
aurate 1 {pp} of `aurar'; 2. golden, gold-colored;
`juventute aurate' jeunesse dorée, gilded youth 
aure {n} ear (organ and faculty of hearing);
`esser tote aures' to be all ears;
`prestar le aure a' to lend an ear to;
`aure de mure' [Bot.] mouse-ear, forget-me-not
auricula {n} I. auricle (1. "auricle of the ear"; 2. "auricle of the heart"); II. [Bot.] auricula, bear's ear;
`auricula de urso' [Bot.] bear's ear, auricula;
`auricula de mure' [Bot.] mouse-ear, forget-me-not 
auro {n} gold;
`folio de auro' gold foil or leaf;
`natar in le auro' to be rolling in wealth;
`auro virgine' virgin or native gold;
`pagar in auro' to pay in gold;
`de auro' golden, gold (made of gold);
`etate de auro' golden age
aurora {n} dawn;
`aurora boreal' northern lights, aurora borealis 
auspicio {n} [Hist.] auspice (sign or token derived from the observation of birds);
`auspicios' auspices, patronage;
`sub le auspicios' de under the auspices of 
[aut] {conj} or;
`aut ... aut' either ... or (`o') 
automobile {adj} self-propelling, automobile;
`(vehiculo) automobile' motor vehicle
autor {n} author (1. originator; 2. writer);
`derectos de autor' author's rights
auxiliar (1) {adj} auxiliary;
`verbos auxiliar' auxiliary verbs 
avantage (-aje) {n} advantage;
`haber le avantage super un persona' to have an advantage over someone;
`prender avantage de un cosa' to take advantage of something, to turn to account;
`dar avantage a un persona' to give someone odds
avantiate' I. pp of `avantiar'; II. {adj} advanced (1. far on in progress; 2. far on in life, time or course);
`posto avantiate' advanced post 
ave (1) {n} bird;
`ave de appello' decoy (bird);
`aves domestic' poultry
aventura {n} adventure;
`per aventura' by chance;
`al aventura' at random
aversion {n} aversion (1. act of averting turning away; 2. strong dislike);
`haber un aversion a un persona' to have an aversion to someone 
ave-struthio {n} ostrich;
`haber un stomacho de avestruthio' to have the digestion of an ostrich 
aviation {n} aviation;
`base de aviation' air base;
`campo de aviation' airfield 
avinar {v} -;
`avinar se' to tipple, get drunk
avisate 1 {pp} of `avisar'; 2. {adj} prudent, circumspect;
`mal avisate' ill-advised, imprudent 
ariso {n} I. opinion, judgment; II. advice (1. notice; 2. counsel);
`littera de aviso' [Com.] notification of dispatch, letter of advice 
azyme (á-) {adj} azymous, unleavened;
`(festa del) azymos' [Jewish Rel.] Feast of Unleavened Bread 
Babel {npr} Babel;
`(le) turre de Babel' (the) Tower of Babel 
baca {n} berry;
`baca de junipero' juniper berry 
bacchanal (2) {n} bacchanal, orgy;
`bacchanales' Bacchanalia 
balancia {n} balance (1. pair of scales; 2. equilibrium; 3. [Com.]);
`balancia roman' steelyard, Roman balance;
`balancia de commercio' balance of trade;
`esser in balancia' to be undecided, waver
balanciar {v} I. to balance (1. to weigh the pros and cons of; 2. to bring to equilibrium; 3. to waver, hesitate); II. to swing (to cause to go to and fro);
`balanciar se' to swing (to go to and fro) 
balancio {n} [Com.] balance, balance-sheet;
`facer un balancio' to draw up a balance sheet 
balkanic {adj} Balkanic;
`Peninsula Balkanic' Balkanic Peninsula 
balnear {adj} bath (pertaining to baths);
`station balnear' seaside resort 
balneo {n} bath (1. act of giving or taking a bath; 2. bath water);
`balneos' baths (hot or mineral springs)
baltic {adj} Baltic; Mar Baltic Baltic (Sea);
`Statos Baltic' Baltic States 
banca {n} bank (1. [Fin.]; 2. [Gambling]);
`billet de banca' bank note
bancari {adj} bank;
`(disconto) bancari' bank (discount);
`(negotio) bancari' banking (business) 
banca-rupta {n} bankruptcy;
`facer bancarupta' to go bankrupt
bandar {v} to bandage;
`bandar le oculos a un persona' to blindfold a person 
baniar {v} to bathe (to give a bath to);
`baniar se' 1. to take a bath; 2. to go in bathing 
banio {n} bath (1. act of giving or taking a bath; 2. bath water);
`banios' baths (hot or mineral springs);
`camera de banio' bathroom
baptismo {n} baptism;
`nomine de baptismo' baptismal or Christian name 
baptista (1) {n} 1. baptizer; 2. [Theol.] Baptist, Anabaptist;
`Sancte Johannes Baptista' Saint John the Baptist 
barba {n} beard;
`facer le barba (a un persona)' to shave (someone);
`Barba Blau' Bluebeard
basar {v} to base, found;
`basar se super' to be based on 
base {n} I. base (1. bottom, substructure; 2. [Mil.]; 3. [Chem.]); II. basis, foundation;
`base de aviation' air base
basio {n} kiss;
`basio de Juda' Judas kiss
basse {adj} low (1. not high; 2. base, mean);
`in voce basse' in a low voice, softly;
`marea basse' low tide
basso (1) {n} I. bottom, lower part (of a thing); II. [Mus.] bass (1. lowest part of a musical score; 2. instrument for the lowest part of a musical score; 3. lowest male voice);
`a basso' down, downward;
`in basso' 1. down, below; {also:} downstairs; 2. down, downward; {also:} downstairs;
`a basso (le traitores)!' down with (the traitors)! 
bastille [F] {n} [Fortif.] bastille;
`Bastille' Bastille 
baston {n} 1. stick, staff; 2. cane, walking stick;
`baston de marechal' field marshal's baton
battalia {n} battle;
`in battalia' in battle array;
`campo de battalia' battlefield
batter {v} to beat (1. to strike, pound; 2. to flap; 3. to defeat);
`batter se' to fight;
`batter moneta' to coin, mint money;
`batter (le ferro)' to hammer (iron)
batteria (-ía) {n} 1. [Mil.] battery; 2. kitchen utensils;
`batteria (electric)' (electric) battery 
becco {n} beak, bill;
`becco (de gas)' (gas) burner
ben (1) {adv} well; ben! 1. good!; 2. all right!;
`ben que' although;
`ir ben' 1. to go well; 2. to be well, in good health;
`sentir se ben' to feel well
ben (2) {n} 1. good (that which is good); 2. possession, property, etc.;
`ben public' public good, commonweal;
`benes mobile' personal property, movables;
`benes immobile' real estate, immovables 
benedicte {adj} blessed (1. consecrated holy; 2. enjoying happiness or bliss);
`aqua benedicte' holy water 
beneficiar {v} to benefit (someone or something);
`beneficiar de' to benefit by or from 
beta (1) {n} [Bot.] beet;
`beta foliose' leaf beet;
`beta salvage' wild beet;
`beta de forrage' mangel-wurzel;
`beta de sucro' sugar beet
beta (2) {n} beta (second letter of the Greek alphabet);
`radio beta' beta ray;
`particula beta' beta particle 
beton {n} concrete;
`beton armate' iron concrete, reinforced concrete
biblic {adj} biblical;
`societate biblic' Bible Socicty 
biliardo {n} 1. billiards; 2. billiard table;
`bala de biliardo' billiard ball;
`jocar al biliardo' to play billiards 
biliari {adj} [Physiol.] biliary;
`calculo biliari' gallstone, bilestone, biliary calculus 
billet {n} 1. note (short letter); 2. ticket (as in "railroad ticket"); 3.billet (lodging order);
`billet (de banca)' (bank) note, bill;
`billet a ordine' promissory note made out to order
billionesime (-ésime) {adj} billionth;
`le billionesime parte, le billionesimo' the billionth part, the billionth 
bira {n} beer;
`bira clar' light beer;
`bira obscur' dark beer
bituminose {adj} bituminous;
`carbon bituminose' bituminous coal, soft coal 
blanc {adj} white;
`papiro blanc' blank paper;
`carta blanc' carte blanche;
`verso blanc' blank verse
blanco {n} I. white; II. blank (blank space);
`blanco del oculos' white of the eyes;
`blanco de ovo' white of an egg;
`in blanco' (in) blank 
blese {adj} stammering, speaking indistinctly; {also:} lisping;
`esser blese' to stammer, speak indistinctly; {also:} to lisp
bloco {n} 1. block (solid mass of wood, stone, etc.); {also:} log; 2. [Pol.] bloc; 3. pad (as in "writing pad");
`in bloco' in block;
`bloco erratic' [Geol.] erratic block or boulder
boa {n} boa (1. [Zool.]; 2. scarf of fur or feathers);
`boa constrictor' boa constrictor 
bobina {n} bobbin, spool, reel;
`bobina de induction' induction coil
bolla {n} ball, globe;
`joco de bollas' game of bowls;
`jocar al bollas' to play bowls, to bowl
bomba {n} bomb, bombshell;
`bomba atomic' atomic bomb
bon {adj} good;
`bon!' good! fine! all right!
bonitate {n} goodness;
`haber le bonitate de' to have the kindness, be good enough kind to 
bordo {n} 1. [Naut.] board (side of a ship); 2. border, edge;
`a bordo' on board (of), aboard;
`a bordo de' on board (of), aboard
boric {adj} boracic, boric;
`acido boric' boric acid 
botanic {adj} botanical;
`jardin botanic' botanical garden 
bove {n} 1. ox (castrated male bovine quadruped); 2. beef (meat from a cow or steer);
`oculo de bove' 1. bull's eye (small circular window); 2. ox-eye daisy
bracio {n} 1. [Anat.] arm; 2. brace (robe attached to yard for trimming sail);
`bracio de mar' arm of the sea;
`bracio de un chaise, balancia, etc.' arm of a chair, balance, etc.
Brasil (2) {npr} Brazil;
`nuce de Brasil' Brazil nut
barvura {n} bravery (quality of being brave);
`aria de bravura' [Mus.] bravura 
brecha (-sh-) {n} [Mil.] breach;
`facer un brecha' in to breach 
brillar {v} to shine (1. to send out or reflect light; 2. to be eminent, conspicuous);
`brillar per su absentia' to be conspicuous by one's absence
brio [I] {n} brio;
`con brio' con brio 
bronchio {n} [Anat.] one of the bronchia;
`bronchios' [Anat.] bronchia
broncho {n} [Anat.] bronchus;
`bronchos' [Anat.] bronchi
brossa {n} brush (1. brushwood, thicket; 2. implement for brushing);
`brossa de dentes' toothbrush
Brussel {npr} Brussels;
`caule de Brussel' Brussels sprouts 
brute {adj} 1. brute; {also:} brutish; 2. [Com.] gross;
`bestia brute' brute beast;
`fortia brute' brute force
bucca {n} mouth;
`bucca de foco' piece of ordnance;
`bucca (de armas de foco)' muzzle (of firearms)
bulbo {n} bulb (1. [Bot.]; 2. [Anat.] a rounded enlargement at one end of a hair, tooth, etc.);
`bulbo del oculo' bulb of the eye, eyeball
Burgundia {npr} Burgundy;
`vino de Burgundia' Burgundy (wine) 
bursa {n} 1. purse ("change purse"); 2. scholarship, burse; 3. stock market, stock exchange;
`bursa de pastor' [Bot.] shepherd's purse
bussola (bú-) {n} compass (instrument showing magnetic meridian);
`perder le bussola' to lose one's head 
button {n} 1. [Bot.] bud; 2. pimple, pustule; 3. button; 4. knob (as in "door knob");
`button de foco' cauterizing iron;
`button de auro' [Bot.] buttercup
cabana {n} cabin, hut; {also:} cottage;
`cabana de folios' arbor, bower 
cabinetto {n} cabinet (1. small room; {also:} closet; 2. [Gov.]);
`cabinetto de lectura' reading-room;
`question de cabinetto' 1. state affair that may cause a change of cabinet; 2. vital question 
cacao (-áo) {n} I. cacao (1. cacao tree; 2. cacao bean); II. cocoa;
`butyro de cacao' cocoa butter 
Cachmir (-sh-) {npr} Kashmir;
`cachmir' cashmere (cloth) 
cader [cad-/cas-; -cid-] {v} to fall, drop, tumble, etc.;
`cader malade' to fall ill
cadette {adj} -;
`(filio, fratre) cadette' younger (son, brother)
cadita {n} fall, falling;
`cadita de aqua' waterfall 
calce (2) {n} lime (calcium oxide);
`calce vive' quicklime;
`calce extincte' slaked lime;
`lacte de calce' whitewash (mixture of lime and water);
`petra de calce' limestone
calcea {n} hose; {also:} stocking;
`calcea blau' bluestocking
calcear {v} 1. to put (shoes, boots, stockings, etc.) on (someone's feet); 2. to cover the foot or root (of a tree, etc.);
`calcear se' to put on one's shoes, stockings, etc.
calcular {v} to calculate;
`machina de calcular' calculating machine
calculo (2) {n} calculation;
`calculo mental' mental arithmetic;
`calculo (differential, integral, etc.)' (differential, integral, etc.) calculus 
caldiera {n} kettle boiler, etc.;
`caldiera de vapor' steam boiler;
`caldiera tubular' tubular or fire-tube boiler
calefaction {n} heating, calefaction;
`calefaction central' central heating 
calor {n} heat; warmth;
`il face (un) grande calor' it is very hot;
`calor specific' specific heat;
`in le calor de (un discussion, etc.)' in the heat of (an argument, etc.)
cambiar {v} to change (1. to make or become different; 2. to replace by another; 3. as in "to change a dollar");
`cambiar de opinion' to change one's mind;
`cambiar de (conducta, etc.)' to change (one's conduct);
`cambiar de vestimento, cambiar se' to change (clothes);
`cambiar de traino' to change (trains);
`seta cambiante' changeable silk
cambio {n} I. change (1. substitution of one thing for another; 2. money returned as balance of that tendered for an article); II. [Fin.] exchange (1. as in "foreign or domestic exchange"; 2. rate of exchange) III. [R.R.] switch;
`littera de cambio' bill of exchange;
`agente de cambio' stockbroker 
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");
`musica de camera' chamber music;
`camera de aere' inner tube;
`camera obscur' 1. [Optics] camera obscura; 2. [Photog.] darkroom;
`camera (photographic)' [Photog.] camera
camino {n} 1. fireplace; 2. chimney; {also:} smokestack, funnel, etc.;
`mantello (del camino)' mantel, mantelpiece 
camisa {n} 1. shirt; 2. chemise; 3. [Fortif.] revetment; 4. cover, envelope, jacket, etc.;
`camisa de nocte' nightgown; nightshirt;
`camisa de fortia' strait jacket
cammino {n} way, road;
`mitter se in cammino' to start out (on a trip, journey, etc.)
camomilla {n} camomile;
`tisana de camomilla' camomile tea 
campestre {adj} rural, rustic;
`vita campestre' country life;
`guarda campestre' rural policeman or constable 
camphoric {adj} camphor, camphoric;
`acido camphoric' camphoric acid 
campo {n} I. field (1. piece of land put to a particular use; 2. range of opportunity or interest; 3. [Her., Paint., etc.]); II. [Mil.] camp;
`campo magnetic' magnetic field;
`campo de aviation' airfield;
`campo de concentration' concentration camp;
`campo de minas' mine field
can {n} 1. dog; 2. [Firearms] trigger;
`vita de can' dog's life;
`can de aqua' poodle
cancere {n} 1. [Zool.] crab; 2. cancer;
`Cancere' [Astron.] Cancer, Crab
candidato {n} candidate;
`candidato a' candidate for
canin {adj} canine;
`dente canin' canine tooth, eyetooth 
canna {n} cane (1. [Bot.] reed; 2. walking stick);
`canna (de piscar)' (fishing) rod or pole;
`canna (de sucro)' (sugar) cane
canonic {adj} canonical;
`horas canonic' canonical hours;
`derecto canonic' canon law;
`libros canonic' canonical books (of the Bible) 
cantar {v} to sing;
`le gallo canta' the cock crows;
`le grillo canta' the cricket chirps 
cantico {n} canticle, hymn;
`le Cantico del Canticos' the Song of Songs 
canto {n} 1. singing, art of singing; 2. [Mus.,Poet.] song; 3. canto;
`canto del gallo' cockcrowing;
`canto gregorian', `canto plan' Gregorian chant, plain chant, plain song; `canto funebre' dirge 
capacitate {n} capacity (1. receiving power; 2. capability);
`mesura de capacitate' capacity measure, dry measure, liquid measure 
capetiano {n} Capetian;
`capetianos' Capetians, Capetian dynasty 
capillo {n} hair (a single hair of the human head);
`capillos' hair (a person's hair);
`sin capillos' bareheaded;
`capillos à la can' bangs
capital (1) {adj} capital (1. pertaining to the head; 2. standing at the head; 3. of primary importance);
`crimine capital' capital crime;
`pena capital' death penalty, capital punishment;
`peccato capital' deadly sin;
`littera capital' capital letter, capital;
`citate capital' capital city, capital
capite (cá-) {n} head (1. "head of a person or animal"; 2. chief, leader);
`capite de ponte, de lecto, etc.' bridgehead, head of a bed, etc.
Capitolio {n} Capitol;
`capitolio' capitol 
cappella {n} 1. [Arch.] chapel; 2. chapel choir of singers;
`maestro de cappella' choir master;
`a cappella' a cappella
Capri-corno {n} [Astron.] Capricorn;
`capricorno' capricorn beetle 
carbon {n} 1. coal; 2. [Chem.] carbon;
`hydrato de carbon' carbohydrate;
`carbon de ligno' charcoal (wood charred in a kiln);
`minator de carbon (fossile)' coal miner, collier
carbonic {adj} carbonic;
`anhydrido carbonic' carbon dioxide 
cardinal (1) {adj} cardinal (of first importance);
`numeros cardinal' cardinal numbers;
`punctos cardinal' cardinal points;
`virtutes cardinal' cardinal virtues
cargar {v} I. to load, lade; II. to load, charge (as in "to load or charge a gun"); III. to charge (1. "to charge with electricity etc."; 2. to attack impetuously);
`cargar se de' to take upon oneself
caribe (2) {adj} 1. Carib; 2. Caribbean;
`Mar Caribe' Caribbean Sea;
`Insulas Caribe' West Indies, Antilles 
caritate {n} 1. charity (as in "charity is a Christian virtue"); 2. alms;
`facer le caritate' to give alms
carne {n} 1. flesh; 2. meat (flesh used as food);
`in carne e osso' in the flesh;
`carne de cannon' cannon fodder;
`carne de un fructo' flesh or pulp of a fruit;
`esser in carne' to be fleshy or corpulent
Carolina {npr} Carolina;
`Carolina del Nord' North Carolina;
`Carolina del Sud' South Carolina;
`le Carolinas' the Caroline Islands 
Carolo (cá-) {nprm} Charles;
`Carolo Magne' Charlemagne
carretta {n} cart (two-wheeled vehicle);
`carretta de mano' pushcart; wheelbarrow
carro {n} wagon, carriage, car; {also:} carriage (of a typewriter, etc.);
`carro funebre' hearse, funeral car;
`carro triumphal' [Antiq.] triumphal car or chariot
carta {n} 1. card; 2. map;
`carta (postal)' (postal) card;
`jocar a cartas' to play cards;
`dar carta blanc a un persona' to give a person full authority; `(manducar) al carta' (to eat) à la carte;
`dar le cartas' to deal cards;
`carta de visita' calling card, visiting card
Cartusia {npr} Chartreuse (French monastery founded by St. Bruno);
`cartusia' charterhouse, Chartreuse (any Carthusian monastery)
caso {n} case (1. special condition; 2. [Gram.]);
`in nulle caso' in no case;
`in caso de necessitate' in case of need, of necessity;
`caso de conscientia' matter of conscience;
`in caso que' in case (that)
caspie {adj} Caspian;
`Mar Caspie' Caspian (Sea) 
cassa {n} 1. box, case; 2. cashbox, till ({also:} place, office, establishment, etc. where money is kept, received or paid, as "cashier's desk," "savings bank," "sick fund," etc.); 3. [Mus.] (side-)drum; 4. coffin, casket;
`libro de cassa' cashbook;
`cassa del tympano' [Anat.] ear-drum
cassation {n} 1. cassation, quashing; 2. cashiering, cashierment;
`corte de cassation supreme' Court of Appeals 
caste {adj} chaste;
`stilo caste' chaste, chastened style
castello {n} castle (1. fortified seigniorial mansion; 2. [Naut.]);
`castello de aqua' water tower
castigar {v} to chastise; {also:} to castigate;
`castigar su stilo' to chasten one's style
cata {adj} each;
`cata uno' each (one) 
catacomba {n} catacomb;
`catacombas' catacombs 
catarrhino {n} [Zool.] catarrhine;
`catarrhinos' Catarrhina 
cauda {n} 1. tail; {also:} tail end; 2. queue (line of people, carriages, etc.); 3. train (as in "train of a gown");
`piano de cauda' grand piano;
`facer cauda' to stand in line, to queue up
caule {n} cabbage;
`caule de Brussel' Brussels sprouts;
`caule flor' cauliflower
causa {n} 1. cause; 2. case (lawsuit);
`causa prime' prime cause, first cause;
`causa final' final cause;
`a causa de' because of
cavallero {n} I. cavalier (1. gallant; 2. [Hist.]; 3. [Fortif.]); II. knight; III. horseman; {also:} cavalryman;
`cavallero de industria' sharper;
`cavallero errante' knight errant 
cavallo {n} horse;
`a cavallo' on horseback;
`ir a cavallo' to ride (horseback)
cavernose {adj} cavernous (1. abounding in caverns; 2. like a cavern);
`voce cavernose' hollow voice 
[ce]' 1. {adj} this, that; 2. {pron} this, that;
`ce ci' this (here);
`ce la' that (there, yonder) 
cec {adj} blind (without sight);
`intestino cec' [Anat.] blind gut, caecum
cecitate {n} blindness;
`cecitate de nocte' night blindness 
celeste {adj} heavenly, celestial;
`volta celeste' the vault of heaven;
`(le) Celeste Imperio' (the) Celestial Empire or Kingdom, China
celo {n} 1. sky; 2. heaven;
`celo de lecto' bedcanopy;
`a celo aperte' under the open sky, in the open
cemento {n} cement (1. [Constr.]; 2. [Anat.] cementum; 3. [Metal.] powder used in cementation);
`cemento armate' reinforced cement
censura {n} I. censorship (1. act of censoring; 2. office of a censor); II. censure;
`submitter al censura' to censor
centauro {n} [Mythol.] centaur;
`Centauro' [Astron.] Centaurus
centesime (-ésime) {adj} hundredth;
`(le) centesime parte', `(le) centesimo' (the) hundredth part, the hundredth 
cento {n/adj} (a, one) hundred;
`(tres) per cento' or `pro cento' (three) per cent
centri-fuge (-í-) {adj} centrifugal;
`machina centrifuge' centrifuge
cephalo-podo (-ópodo) {n} [Zool.] cephalopod;
`cephalopodos' [Zool.] Cephalopoda 
cerar {v} to wax, apply wax to;
`tela cerate' oilcloth 
ceremonia {n} ceremony;
`maestro de ceremonia' master of ceremonies;
`habito de ceremonia' formal dress;
`sin ceremonia' without ceremony, informally
cereo {n} 1. [Eccl.] (large) wax candle, cierge; 2. [Bot.] cereus;
`cereo paschal' paschal candle 
cervari {adj} -;
`lupo cervari' lynx 
cervo {n} 1. red deer; 2. stag;
`cervo volante' stag beetle
cesaree {adj} Caesarean, Caesarian;
`operation cesaree' Caesarean operation;
`section cesaree' Caesarean section 
chaco (sh-) {n} [Chess] check;
`chacos' chess;
`chaco mat' checkmate;
`pecia de chacos' chessman 
chaise [F] {n} chair (seat for one person);
`chaise longue [F]' chaise longue;
`chaise de bracios' armchair;
`chaise rolante' wheel chair 
Champagne [F] {npr} Champagne;
`vino de Champagne', `champagne' champagne 
characteristic {adj} characteristic;
`characteristic de' characteristic of
Charybdis (caríbdis) {npr} Charybdis;
`inter Scylla e Charybdis' between Scylla and Charybdis 
chef [F] {n} 1. chief, leader; 2. head (of an organization, firm, etc.);
`chef de cocina' head cook, chef;
`(commandante) in chef' (commander) in chief 
chimia (-ía) {n} chemistry;
`chimia inorganic', `chimia mineral' inorganic chemistry
China (sh-) {npr} China;
`muralia de China' Chinese Wall, Great Wall of China;
`mar de China' China Sea;
`tinta de China' India ink, Chinese ink
chlor-al {n} chloral (1. [Chem.]; 2. chloral hydrate);
`hydrato de chloral' chloral hydrate 
cholera (có-) {n} 1. cholera; 2. anger, wrath;
`esser in cholera' to be angry
chorda {n} I. chord (1. string of a musical instrument; 2. [Geom.]); II. [Anat.] tendon;
`chordas vocal' vocal cords, vocal chords
chromatic {adj} chromatic (1. of color; 2. [Mus.]);
`scala chromatic' chromatic scale 
chronica {n} 1. chronicle; 2. [Journ.] column (part of newspaper devoted to a special subject);
`chronica scandalose' chronique scandaleuse, scandalous gossip 
[ci] {adv} here;
`de ci a (un hora, etc.)' (an hour, etc.) from now;
`usque a ci' 1. to here; 2. up to now, hitherto;
`ci juncto' herewith, hereto (joined); (`hic') 
cilio {n} eyelash;
`cilios (vibratil)' (vibratile) Cilia
cinerari {adj} cinerary, for or pertaining to ashes;
`urna cinerari' funeral urn 
cinere {n} ashes; {also:} ash;
`mercuridi del cineres' Ash Wednesday
cinquantesime (-ésime) {adj} fiftieth;
`le cinquantesime parte', `le cinquantesimo' the fiftieth part, the fiftieth 
circuito (-úito) {n} circuit (1. circuitous route; 2. [Elec.]);
`curte circuito' short circuit 
circular (3) {v} to circulate (1. to go around; 2. to send around from one person or place to another);
`bibliotheca circulante' circulating library
circulo {n} circle (1. [Math.]; 2. group of people held together by the same interests);
`circulo polar' polar circle;
`circulo vitiose' vicious circle
circumflexe {adj} [Gram.] circumflex;
`accento circumflexe' circumflex accent, circumflex 
circumstantia {n} circumstance (condition or fact accompanying or determining the occurrence of an event, a situation, etc.);
`circumstantias aggravante, attenuante' [Law] aggravating, extenuating circumstances
citatano {n} citizen (person who is a member of a state or nation);
`derecto de citatano' (right of) citizenship 
civil {adj} I. civil (1. having to do with citizens; 2. polite, courteous); II. civilian;
`morte civil' civil death;
`guerra civil' civil war
clar {adj} clear (1. free from impurities or cloudiness; 2. not obscure or vague);
`(viride, grise, etc.) clar' light (green, grey, etc.)
clave {n} 1. key (instrument that locks and unlocks); 2. [Techn.] wrench; 3. [Mus.] clef; 4. [Mus.] stop (of a wind instrument); 5. key (of a piano, organ, etc.);
`clave anglese' monkey wrench;
`clave (de contacto)' [Elec.] contact plug or pin;
`clave de violino' [Mus.] G or treble or violin clef;
`clave de basso', `clave de fa' [Mus.] F or base clef;
`clave (a vite, a tubo, etc.)' (screw, pipe, etc.) wrench
cm {abbr} `centimetro';
`cm^2' `centimetro quadrate';
`cm^3' `centimetro cubic' 
coalisar {v} to unite, bring together (in a coalition);
`coalisar se' to enter into a coalition (with) 
cobalt (có-) {n} cobalt;
`azur' or `blau de cobalt' cobalt blue
cocer [coc-/coct ] {v} 1. to cook (as in "to cook meat, vegetables, etc."); 2. to bake ("to bake pottery");
`cocer in le forno' to bake
copertura {n} cover;
`copertura (de lana, etc.)' (woolen, etc.) blanket;
`copertura de lecto' bedspread 
copular {v} 1. to join, unite (to bring or put together); 2. to mate (to bring together for breeding);
`copular se' to copulate, mate 
corbe {n} basket;
`corbe de papiro' waste-basket
corde {n} heart; {also:} [Cards] heart, card of the suit of hearts;
`al fundo del corde' at the bottom of one's heart;
`corde (de un malo, etc.)' heart or core (of an apple, etc.);
`de bon corde' gladly, willingly;
`de tote (le) corde' wholeheartedly
cordillera [H] {n} cordillera (mountain range);
`Cordillera del Andes' Cordillera of the Andes;
`Cordilleras' Cordilleras 
cordon {n} I. (small) cord; II. cordon (1. small braid worn as an ornament or badge; 2. [Mil.]); III. lace, string (as in "shoe lace", "corset string," etc.);
`cordon sanitari' sanitary cordon;
`cordon umbilical' navel string, umbilical cord 
corinthio {n} Corinthian;
`Epistolas al Corinthios' Epistles to the Corinthians 
Corintho {npr} Corinth;
`uva de Corintho' currant (small seedless raisin used in cooking)
corio {n} leather;
`corio capillute' scalp;
`corio vernissate' patent leather
corno {n} horn (1. "horn of cattle, sheep, goats, etc."; 2. material of which horns are composed; 3. [Entom.] feeler, antenna; 4. [Mus.]);
`portar cornos' to be a cuckold;
`corno de chassa' hunting horn;
`corno anglese' [Mus.] English horn;
`corno del abundantia' cornucopia, horn of plenty
dm {abbr} `decimetro';
`dm (2)' `decimetro quadrate';
`dm^2' `decimetro cubic' 
[id]' 1. {pron pers} it; 2. {dem pron} that;
`id es', `i.e.' that is (to say), i.e. 
[ja] {adv} already; at once, right away; just now, a moment ago;
`non ... ja' no longer (`jam') 
km {abbr} `kilometro';
`km^2' `kilometro quadrate' 
m {abbr} `metro';
`m^2 ' `metro quadrate';
`m^3' `metro cubic' 
[ma] {conj} but;
`non solmente ... ma alsi' not only ... but also (`mais') 
militar (2) {n} military man, soldier;
`militares' military 
militar (3) {v} to fight (to take part in a fight);
`militar in favor de' to tell in favor of;
`militar contra' to tell or militate against 
mm {abbr} `millimetro';
`mm^2' `millimetro quadrate';
`mm^3' `millimetro cubic' 
neuron (neu-) {n} [Anat.] neuron;
`neuro-' neuro-, neur- (nerve)
ora {adv} now (at the present time);
`ora ... ora' now ... then 
orchis (ó-) {n} [Bot.] orchis;
`orch-' orch-, orcho- (testicle)
qual' 1. {adj} which, what; 2. {interr pron} which;
`le qual {rel pron} which; that; who
[quam]' 1. {adv} in what manner, how; 2. {conj} as, than;
`tam ... quam' as ... as
taxis (tá-) [Gr.] {n} [Surg.] taxis;
`taxi-' taxi-, taxo- (arrangement, order)
ubi' 1. {adv} where (in or at what place); 2. {conj} where; when, as soon as; wherewith; in which;
`a ubi' where, whither;
`de ubi' from where, whence
un' 1. {adj} one; 2. {indef art} a, an;
`le un le altere' one another, each other, each (one) ... the other (one);
`le unes le alteres' one another, each other, each (of them) ... the others, other ones