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brick meaning in Latin

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brick noun

later [lateris] noun
(3rd) M

(brick-shaped) block noun

laterculus [laterculi] noun
(2nd) M

latericulus [latericuli] noun
(2nd) M

brick-work (sort of) noun

diatoichum [diatoichi] noun
(2nd) N

brickwork noun

latericium [latericii] noun
(2nd) N

brickwork/bricks noun

later [lateris] noun
(3rd) M

baked (bricks) adjective

coctus [cocta -um, coctior -or -us, coctissimus -a -um] adjective

baked/burned (of bricks) adjective

coctilis [coctilis, coctile] adjective

band-stones (w/lateres, stones/bricks which run through to bind wall) adjective

diatonus [diatona, diatonum] adjective

baths/smelting/limestone/brick noun

fornax [fornacis] noun
(3rd) F

furnax [furnacis] noun
(3rd) F

made of brick/tile adjective

testaceus [testacea, testaceum] adjective

testacius [testacia, testacium] adjective

made of bricks adjective

latericius [latericia, latericium] adjective

made/built of/of baked/burned bricks adjective

coctilis [coctilis, coctile] adjective

mixed with chaff/husks (of clay for bricklaying) adjective

aceratus [acerata, aceratum] adjective

resembling brick (esp. color) adjective

testaceus [testacea, testaceum] adjective

testacius [testacia, testacium] adjective

small brick, tile noun

laterculus [laterculi] noun
(2nd) M

latericulus [latericuli] noun
(2nd) M

two bricks thick, having thickness of two bricks, as thick as two bricks adjective

diplinthius [diplinthia, diplinthium] adjective

wall (of brick/stone) noun

maceria [maceriae] noun
(1st) F

maceries [maceriei] noun
(5th) F

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