Latin search results for: lux

#1

noun

  • declension: 3rd declension
  • gender: feminine

Definitions:

  1. day
  2. life
  3. light, daylight, light of day
  4. world
  5. [prima luce => at daybreak]
  • Age: In use throughout the ages/unknown
  • Area: All or none
  • Geography: All or none
  • Frequency: Very frequent, in all Elementry Latin books, top 1000+ words
  • Source: General, unknown or too common to say
#2

verb

  • conjugation: 2nd conjugation

Definitions:

  1. be clear/evident
  2. cause to shine
  3. dawn
  4. shine, emit light (heavenly body)
  • Age: In use throughout the ages/unknown
  • Area: All or none
  • Geography: All or none
  • Frequency: Frequent, top 2000+ words
  • Source: “Oxford Latin Dictionary”, 1982 (OLD)
#3

verb

  • conjugation: 2nd conjugation

Definitions:

  1. be conspicuous in merit, excel
  2. sparkle/glitter/shine w/reflected light
  • Age: In use throughout the ages/unknown
  • Area: All or none
  • Geography: All or none
  • Frequency: Frequent, top 2000+ words
  • Source: “Oxford Latin Dictionary”, 1982 (OLD)
#4

verb

  • conjugation: 2nd conjugation

Definitions:

  1. be in mourning
  2. bewail, lament
  3. mourn, grieve (over)
  • Age: In use throughout the ages/unknown
  • Area: All or none
  • Geography: All or none
  • Frequency: Frequent, top 2000+ words
  • Source: “Oxford Latin Dictionary”, 1982 (OLD)
#5

verb

  • conjugation: 2nd conjugation

Definitions:

  1. be visible, show up
  2. [lucet => it is (becoming) light]
  3. |be bright/resplendent
  • Age: In use throughout the ages/unknown
  • Area: All or none
  • Geography: All or none
  • Frequency: Frequent, top 2000+ words
  • Source: “Oxford Latin Dictionary”, 1982 (OLD)
#6

verb

  • conjugation: 1st conjugation
  • voice: intransitive

Definitions:

  1. frisk/gambol
  2. grow luxuriantly/rank
  3. indulge oneself
  4. luxuriate
  5. revel/run riot
  • Age: In use throughout the ages/unknown
  • Area: All or none
  • Geography: All or none
  • Frequency: Frequent, top 2000+ words
  • Source: “Oxford Latin Dictionary”, 1982 (OLD)
#7

noun

  • declension: 1st declension
  • gender: feminine

Definitions:

  1. extravagance
  2. luxury
  3. thriving condition
  • Age: In use throughout the ages/unknown
  • Area: All or none
  • Geography: All or none
  • Frequency: Frequent, top 2000+ words
  • Source: General, unknown or too common to say
#8

verb

  • conjugation: 1st conjugation
  • voice: transitive

Definitions:

  1. displace, force out of position
  2. put out of joint
  3. sprain (limb), dislocate
  • Age: In use throughout the ages/unknown
  • Area: Biological, Medical, Body Parts
  • Geography: All or none
  • Frequency: For Dictionary, in top 10,000 words
  • Source: “Oxford Latin Dictionary”, 1982 (OLD)
#9

verb

  • conjugation: 3rd conjugation
  • voice: intransitive

Definitions:

  1. (usu. IMPERS)
  2. begin to shine
  3. grow light (of the day), dawn
  • Age: In use throughout the ages/unknown
  • Area: All or none
  • Geography: All or none
  • Frequency: For Dictionary, in top 20,000 words
  • Source: “Oxford Latin Dictionary”, 1982 (OLD)
#10

verb

  • conjugation: 3rd conjugation
  • voice: intransitive

Definitions:

  1. (usu. IMPERS)
  2. begin to shine
  3. grow light (of the day), dawn
  • Age: In use throughout the ages/unknown
  • Area: All or none
  • Geography: All or none
  • Frequency: For Dictionary, in top 20,000 words
  • Source: “Oxford Latin Dictionary”, 1982 (OLD)
#11

noun

  • declension: 4th declension
  • gender: masculine

Definitions:

  1. luxury, soft living
  2. sumptuousness
  • Age: In use throughout the ages/unknown
  • Area: All or none
  • Geography: All or none
  • Frequency: For Dictionary, in top 20,000 words
  • Source: General, unknown or too common to say
#12

verb

  • conjugation: 3rd conjugation
  • voice: impersonal passive

Definitions:

  1. it grows light, it is getting light, dawn is coming/breaking, day is breaking
  • Age: In use throughout the ages/unknown
  • Area: All or none
  • Geography: All or none
  • Frequency: For Dictionary, in top 20,000 words
  • Source: “Oxford Latin Dictionary”, 1982 (OLD)
#13

verb

  • conjugation: 3rd conjugation
  • voice: impersonal passive

Definitions:

  1. it grows light, it is getting light, dawn is coming/breaking, day is breaking
  • Age: In use throughout the ages/unknown
  • Area: All or none
  • Geography: All or none
  • Frequency: For Dictionary, in top 20,000 words
  • Source: “Oxford Latin Dictionary”, 1982 (OLD)
#14

verb

  • conjugation: 1st conjugation
  • voice: deponent

Definitions:

  1. frisk/gambol
  2. grow luxuriantly/rank
  3. indulge oneself
  4. luxuriate
  5. revel/run riot
  • Age: In use throughout the ages/unknown
  • Area: All or none
  • Geography: All or none
  • Frequency: For Dictionary, in top 20,000 words
  • Source: “Oxford Latin Dictionary”, 1982 (OLD)
#15

noun

  • declension: 5th declension
  • gender: feminine

Definitions:

  1. luxury, extravagance, thriving condition
  • Age: In use throughout the ages/unknown
  • Area: All or none
  • Geography: All or none
  • Frequency: For Dictionary, in top 20,000 words
  • Source: General, unknown or too common to say
#16

adjective

Definitions:

  1. immoderate
  2. luxuriant, exuberant
  3. wanton, luxurious, self-indulgent
  • Age: In use throughout the ages/unknown
  • Area: All or none
  • Geography: All or none
  • Frequency: For Dictionary, in top 20,000 words
  • Source: General, unknown or too common to say
#17

noun

  • declension: 3rd declension
  • gender: feminine

Definitions:

  1. dislocation
  • Age: Late, post-classical (3rd-5th centuries)
  • Area: Biological, Medical, Body Parts
  • Geography: All or none
  • Frequency: Having only single citation in Oxford Latin Dictionary or Lewis + Short
  • Source: Lewis & Short, “A Latin Dictionary”, 1879 (Lewis & Short)
#18

noun

  • declension: 1st declension
  • gender: feminine

Definitions:

  1. dislocation
  • Age: Late, post-classical (3rd-5th centuries)
  • Area: Biological, Medical, Body Parts
  • Geography: All or none
  • Frequency: Having only single citation in Oxford Latin Dictionary or Lewis + Short
  • Source: Lewis & Short, “A Latin Dictionary”, 1879 (Lewis & Short)