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
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
Crowd, people noun Vulgus
To respect, esteem, love verb Diligere
To have, hold, possess verb Tenere
To know, learn verb Noscere
Once, formerly; sometimes adverb Quondam
Water noun Aqua
It is necessary for (dat) to (inf), (dat) ought to (inf) verb Oportere
Desire, longing, passion; Cupid noun Cupido
Friendship noun Amicitia
To ordain, make sacred verb Sancire
Eternal, immortal adjective Aeternus
Honestly, sincerely adverb Sincere
To set forth, display; declare, publish verb Proponere
Duty, province noun Provincia
To dry verb Siccare
All the way; continuously adverb Usque
Sun noun Sol
To go back, return verb Redire
To be red, blush verb Rubere
Poor little adjective Misellus
Pleasant, pretty, handsome adjective Bellus
To deny, say no verb Negare
Darkness, night, shadows; death, blindness noun Tenebrae
Dark, gloomy adjective Tenebricosus
Only, at all; just now adverb Modo
Bosom, lap noun Gremium
To move verb Movere
Delight, pleasure; sweetheart noun Deliciae
Charm, beauty; love, mating; goddess of love noun Venus
Charm, beauty noun Venustas
Charming, attractive beautiful adjective Venustus
Sad, gloomy adjective Tristis
To raise verb Levare
Heat, brightness; passion (figurative) noun Ardor
To rest; die verb Acquiescere
Bite, grip noun Morsus
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