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1
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wetness, moisture

A

mador

2
Q

to grieve, sorrow

A

maero

3
Q

mourning, grief, sorrow

A

maeror meror

4
Q

more, to a greater extent, rather, for preference

A

magis

5
Q

master, canon / master of a school, professor

A

magister

6
Q

very, very much.

A

magnopere magnus opere

7
Q

large, great, important

A

magnus maior maximus

8
Q

magical

A

magus

9
Q

majesty, dignity, greatness

A

maiestas

10
Q

(pl.) ancestors

A

maiores

11
Q

Maubeuge

A

Malbodiensis

12
Q

badly, ill, wrongly

A

male peius pessime

13
Q

preferring

A

malens

14
Q

Malmedy

A

Malmundarium

15
Q

to choose, prefer

A

malo mallui malus

16
Q

evil, misfortune, misdeed, crime, injury, damage

A

malum

17
Q

bad, wicked, evil

A

malus peior pessimus

18
Q

to sell formally, turn over, give into charge

A

mancipo mancepo

19
Q

to sell formally, give up

A

mancipo

20
Q

order, decree, mandate, instruction

A

mandatum

21
Q

to commit, entrust, order, command

A

mando

22
Q

morning, early in the morning, early

A

mane

23
Q

permanency

A

manentia

24
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to remain, stay, stay the night, last, endure, abide by

A

maneo

25
Q

mild, soft, gentle

A

mansuetus

26
Q

hand, band, handwriting

A

manus manus

27
Q

Marchiennes,

A

Marceniense

28
Q

Marchiennes

A

Marcieniensis

29
Q

sea

A

mare maris

30
Q

husband

A

maritus

31
Q

mother

A

mater matris

32
Q

?vat, for the fermentation of beer

A

matera, mairia

33
Q

material, substance, matter

A

materia

34
Q

maternal aunt

A

matertera

35
Q

marriage

A

matrimonium

36
Q

greatly, exceedingly, to the highest degree, very

A

maxime

37
Q

especially, particularly, principally

A

maxime

38
Q

(acc.) me / that old black magic has ME in its spell

A

me

39
Q

(abl.) me / you’ll do fine with ME, baby

A

me

40
Q

doctor, physician

A

medicus

41
Q

ordinary, average, fair, moderate, mediocre

A

mediocris

42
Q

to reflect upon, consider, ponder / practice.

A

meditor meditatus

43
Q

middle, the middle of

A

medius

44
Q

my, mine / MY heart belongs to daddy. that old gang of MINE

A

mei

45
Q

honey

A

mel mellis

46
Q

better

A

melior

47
Q

honeyed, sweet as honey

A

mellitus

48
Q

thin skin, film, parchment, membrane, prepared skin

A

membrana

49
Q

to remember

A

memini meminisse

50
Q

mindful, remembering, grateful, thoughful, prudent

A

memor

51
Q

mentioned

A

memoratus

52
Q

memory, remembrance, recall, recollection

A

memoria

54
Q

faulty, full of faults

A

mendosus

55
Q

mind, thought, intention, intellect

A

mens mentis

56
Q

table

A

mensa

57
Q

month

A

mensis mensis

58
Q

pay, reward, recompense, compensation

A

merces mercedis

59
Q

deserve, earn, be entitled to, merit

A

mereo, mereor

60
Q

deserve, gain, obtain, serve as a soldier

A

mereo

61
Q

prostitute, whore, harlot

A

meretrix meretricis

62
Q

midday, afternoon, south

A

meridianus

63
Q

misfortune?

A

mestitia

64
Q

Metz

A

Metim

65
Q

to fear, dread, be frightened

A

metuo

66
Q

fear, dread, anxiety

A

metus

67
Q

my

A

meus

68
Q

crumb, morsel, grain.

A

mica

69
Q

(dat.) me / give ME land, lots of land

A

mihi

70
Q

soldier, warrior, knight

A

miles militis

71
Q

(pl.) thousands

A

milia

72
Q

of a soldier, military, martial

A

militaris -e

73
Q

a thousand

A

mille

74
Q

a thousand times

A

millies milies

75
Q

in the least degree, very little / not at all, by no means

A

minime

76
Q

least, smallest, slightest

A

minimus

77
Q

to serve, wait upon, provide, supply

A

ministro

78
Q

to attend, wait upon, assist

A

ministro

79
Q

smaller, less, slighter

A

minor

80
Q

To less, diminish, decrease, grow smaller

A

minuo minui minutum

81
Q

wonderfully, marvellously, uncommonly

A

mire

82
Q

to wonder

A

miro

83
Q

to marvel at, admire, wonder

A

miror

84
Q

wonderful, astonishing, extraordinary

A

mirus

85
Q

to mix, mingle, blend

A

misceo miscui mixtum

86
Q

wretched, unfortunate, miserable

A

miser

87
Q

wretchedly, miserably

A

misere

88
Q

to pity.

A

misereo, misereor

89
Q

pity, mercy

A

misericordia

90
Q

holy mass

A

missa

91
Q

to grow mild, ameliorate

A

mitesco

92
Q

to make mild or ripe, make smooth, pacify, appease

A

mitigo

93
Q

mild, gentle / ripe, mature

A

mitis

94
Q

to send, dispatch

A

mitto misi missum

95
Q

orderly, within bounds, moderate, restrained

A

modestus

96
Q

moderate, within bounds, limited, undistinguished

A

modica

97
Q

ordinary, undistinguished, within bounds

A

modicus

98
Q

a grain measure, a bushel basket

A

modio

99
Q

now, just now, only

A

modo

100
Q

measure, bound, limit / manner, method, mode, way

A

modus

101
Q

Mainz

A

Moguntienses

102
Q

take annoyance

A

moleste

103
Q

I take annoyance

A

moleste fero

104
Q

annoyance, troublesomeness / stiffness, affectation

A

molestia

105
Q

troublesome, disagreeable, annoying

A

molestus

106
Q

to build, erect, construct, contrive, toil, struggle

A

molior

107
Q

to soften, make pliant

A

mollio

108
Q

adj. soft, pliant, flexible, easily moved, gentle

A

mollis

109
Q

monk.

A

monachus

110
Q

Munster

A

Monasteriense

111
Q

monastery, abbey, convent

A

monasterium

112
Q

to warn, admonish, remind, advise, instruct

A

moneo

113
Q

admonition, warning

A

monitio

114
Q

mountain, mount

A

mons montis

115
Q

to show, appoint, point out, ordain

A

monstro

116
Q

portent, omen, monster

A

monstrum

117
Q

Mons

A

Montensem

118
Q

delay

A

mora

119
Q

mortal

A

moratlis

120
Q

sickness, disease, illness

A

morbus

121
Q

ways, conduct, character, morals

A

mores, morium

122
Q

to die, wither away, decay

A

morior

123
Q

death

A

mors mortis

124
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a biting, bite, also, sting, pain

A

morsus

125
Q

deadly things

A

mortifera

126
Q

dead, deceased, passed away, gone West, departed

A

mortuus

127
Q

will, inclination / custom, wont, usage, rule

A

mos moris

128
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to move, arouse, affect, influence

A

moveo moti motum

129
Q

soon, presently, then, thereupon

A

mox

130
Q

a sharp point, edge, dagger point

A

mucro

131
Q

to groan, bellow, roar, low

A

mugio

132
Q

woman

A

mulier

133
Q

many, numerous / the common herd

A

multi

134
Q

by much, by far, by a great deal, by a lot

A

multo

135
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much, greatly

A

multum

136
Q

briefly, in brief

A

multusne multus

137
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much, great

A

multus

138
Q

much, a lot

A

multus plus plurimum

139
Q

to clean

A

mundo

140
Q

world, universe

A

mundus

141
Q

clean, neat, elegant

A

mundus

142
Q

to give, present

A

munero / munerior

143
Q

fortification, protection, defenses

A

munimentum

144
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to fortify, defend, protect / build a road

A

munio

145
Q

fortifying, defense works, bridging, fortification

A

munitio

146
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service, office, function, duty / gift

A

munus muneris

147
Q

mouse

A

mus muris

148
Q

to grumble, mutter

A

mussito

149
Q

change, alteration, transformation

A

mutatio

150
Q

to change, alter / exchange

A

muto

151
Q

punish, fine, mulct

A

muto

152
Q

borrowed, lend,

A

mutuo

153
Q

interchanged, mutually, reciprocal / reciprocity

A

mutuus

154
Q

to make a loan

A

mutuusa loan. dare mutuum

155
Q

(conj.) for

A

namnamque

156
Q

Namur

A

Namucense

157
Q

to make known, say, speak, narrate

A

narro

158
Q

to be born, spring forth

A

nascor nasci natus

159
Q

birthday

A

natalis natalis

160
Q

nation, people

A

natio

161
Q

nature

A

natura

162
Q

sailor

A

nauta

163
Q

voyage, navigation

A

navigatio

164
Q

to sail, navigate

A

navigo

165
Q

ship, vessel, boat

A

navis navis

166
Q

not … even

A

ne … quidem

167
Q

(conj.) that … not, in order that … not, in order not to

A

ne

168
Q

and not yet

A

necdum (neque dum)

169
Q

necessary, needed, essential

A

necessarius

170
Q

(adj.) necessary, unavoidable, indispensable

A

necesse

171
Q

or not

A

necne

172
Q

to kill, slay, put to death.

A

neco

173
Q

wrong, sin

A

nefas

174
Q

to deny.

A

nego

175
Q

employment, business, task, occupation, pains

A

negotium

176
Q

no one, nobody

A

nemo

177
Q

to spin, interweave. (to spin thread and yarn)

A

neo

178
Q

grandson

A

nepos nepotis

179
Q

worthless, good for nothing, bad

A

nequam

180
Q

by no means, not at all

A

nequaquam

181
Q

neither … nor

A

neque … neque

182
Q

and not, nor

A

neque nec

183
Q

not to be able, to be impossible

A

nequeo

184
Q

worthlessness, badness, wickedness

A

nequitia nequities

185
Q

to be ignorant, be unaware, not know, be unknowing

A

nescio

186
Q

nevertheless

A

nichilominus

187
Q

vapor, smell, reek, odor

A

nidor

188
Q

black

A

niger

189
Q

(undeclinable) nothing

A

nihil

190
Q

nothing

A

nihilum

191
Q

of course, undoubtedly, certainly (sometimes ironical)

A

nimirum

192
Q

(adv.) too much, overmuch, excessively

A

nimis

193
Q

(adv.) too much, overmuch, excessively

A

nimium

194
Q

if not, unless, except

A

nisi

195
Q

to shine, glitter, be bright, glow, be sleek, flourish

A

niteo

196
Q

to begin to shine, grow sleek

A

nitesco

197
Q

to strive, exert oneself, make an effort, persevere

A

nitor

198
Q

to rest, lean, support oneself / trust in, depend upon

A

nitor

199
Q

brilliance, brightness, glow, elegance, splendor

A

nitor

200
Q

Nivelles, city and monastery

A

Nivellensem