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 look at, see, watch verb Spectare
Trial, court; judgement, opinion, sentence noun Iudicium
To hurry, rush; to fall down verb Ruere
To fly verb Volare
Bee noun Apis
To be accustomed verb Solere
Especially adverb Praecipue
To hunt, chase verb Venari
Bent, curved adjective Curvus
Plague, pest; ruin, destruction noun Pestis
Drug, poison noun Venenum
Alas (expressing dismay or pain) interjection Heu
Intestines, guts, entrails noun Intestina
Piety, sense of duty; filial love noun Pietas
To choose, wish verb Optare
Pure, chaste, modest adjective Pudicus
Happiness, joy, delight, elation noun Laetitia
Chest, breast; heart, mind (fig) noun Pectus
Power or ability to help; resources (plural) noun Ops
Or, or if, whether...or conjunction Sive
To conquer completely, surpass verb Pervincere
To lay; put away, get rid of verb Deponere
To cease, stop, desist, abandon verb Desinere
To withdraw, lead back verb Reducere
Wherever; anyhow, in any way adverb Quacumque
Thankless, ungrateful adjective Ingratus
Age, lifetime noun Aetas
To use up, exhaust verb Abuti
To deceive, beguile, trick verb Fallere
To violate verb Violare
Trust, faith, belief noun Fides
Dutiful, conscientious adjective Pius
To think, ponder, wonder, imagine verb Cogitare
Pleasure, enjoyment; entertainment (plural) noun Voluptas
Prior, former, previous adjective Prior
To remember, recount verb Recordari
Rather, no (corrects a previous assertion) adverb Immo
Against, in opposition of preposition Contra
To resolve, determine, secure verb Destinare
To kiss verb Basiare
But, yet conjunction At
To persist, stand firm verb Obdurare
Mind noun Mens
To convey, bring; to bear, endure verb Perferre
Firm, resolute; stubborn adjective Obstinatus
Humorous, playful adjective Iocosus
Where adverb Quo
To shine, flash verb Fulgere
To torture, torment verb Excruciare
To ask, seek, search, inquire verb Requirere
Perhaps, possibly adverb Fortassis
Perhaps, possibly adverb Fortasse
To collect, gather; to thicken; to compel, force verb Cogere
Such adjective Talis
Injury, offense, injustice, wrongdoing noun Iniuria
Possible, able adjective Potis
Cheap, worthless, poor, common adjective Vilis
To burn, scorch verb Urere
Even if, though, yet conjunction Etsi
To know, learn verb Cognoscere
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