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
Nevertheless, still conjunction Tamen
Never conjunction Numquam
While conjunction Dum
To harm, hurt (physically) verb Nocere
To persuade, to make sweet for verb Persuadere
To give an order to, command verb Imperare
To yield to, give way for verb Cedere
To give trust to, To have trust for verb Credere
To have favor for, be favorable to verb Favere
To teach verb Docere
To point out, show, demonstrate verb Demonstrare
Clear, bright, shining, famous adjective Clarus
Pleasant, agreeable, delightful adjective Iucundus
Wise, sensible, judicious adjective Sapiens
Victory noun Victoria
Writer, author noun Scriptor
Reckoning, account, reason, judgement, consideration, system, manner, method noun Ratio
Liberty, freedom noun Libertas
Praise, glory, fame noun Laus
Abundance, supply; troops, forces noun Copia
How adverb Quomodo
Why adverb Cur
There adverb Ibi
And conjunction -que
To guard verb Custodire
To hear verb Audire
To throw, hurl verb Iacere
To send verb Mittere
To prepare verb Parare
To be able, can; to have power verb Posse
What sort of adjective Qualis
Your (plural) adjective Vester
Safe, sound adjective Salvus
Full, abundant, generous adjective Plenus
Perpetual, long lasting, continuous, uninterrupted adjective Perpetuus
Greek adjective Graecus
Nobody, no one noun Nemo
Cow noun Bos
Bird noun Avis
Deer noun Cerva
Queen noun Regina
Bull noun Taurus
Serpent, snake, dragon noun Serpens
Lion noun Leo
Fault, crime, vice noun Vitium
Tyrant noun Tyrannus
Ambush, plot, treachery noun Insidiae
With (in the company of) preposition Cum
Through preposition Per
From, away from, by preposition Ab
From preposition De
Out of, Out from preposition Ex
Around preposition Circum
Next to, at preposition Apud
For, on behalf of preposition Pro
into or against (accusative), in, on or among (ablative) preposition In
To unfold, unfurl, deploy, spread out; develop verb Explicare
To praise verb Laudare
To live verb Vivere
To begin, start verb Incipere
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