Index Recent Reverse

This is a list of the 60 most recent words added to the dictionary, but reverse from the Recent Index. The Latin definitions are concealed until you highlight over them.

Translation Part of Speech Word
To give, present verb Dare
To fall verb Cadere
To save, guard verb Servare
To warn, advise verb Monere
To see; to seem (passive) verb Videre
To cook verb Coquere
To write verb Scribere
To read; pick out, choose verb Legere
Fast, quick, swift, speedy adjective Celer
Brave, strong, powerful, courageous adjective Fortis
Short, brief adjective Brevis
Brave, bold, daring adjective Audax
Happy, fortunate adjective Felix
Poor adjective Pauper
Forest noun Nemus
Crime noun Scelus
Bone noun Os
Mouth noun Os
Gender, descendancy, kind, sort, class noun Genus
Grandfather noun Avus
Crime noun Crimen
Stone noun Lapis
Knight, horseman noun Eques
Jupiter noun Iuppiter
Horse noun Equus
Flower noun Flos
Errand, Error noun Error
Barely, scarcely adverb Vix
Immediately adverb Statim
In vain adverb Frustra
Almost, mostly, in most cases adverb Fere
To walk verb Ambulare
To study, pursue verb Studere
To call, summon verb Vocare
Small, little adjective Parvus
Real, true adjective Verus
Foolish adjective Stultus
Bad, evil adjective Malus
Good adjective Bonus
Happy, joyful adjective Laetus
Food noun Cibus
Kitchen noun Culina
Dinner noun Cena
Shoe noun Calceus
Toga noun Toga
Tunic noun Tunica
Book noun Liber
Tablet noun Tabula
Student noun Discipulus
Tutor noun Paedagogus
Teacher noun Magister
School, game noun Ludus
Safety, health, greeting noun Salus
Work noun Opus
Horn, army flank noun Cornu
Milk noun Lac
Fall, case, event, misfortune noun Casus
(Divine) Law noun Fas
Hope noun Spes
Girl, virgin noun Virgo
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