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disco meaning in Latin

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disco noun

discotheca [discothecae] noun
(1st) F

discography noun

discographia [discographiae] noun
(1st) F

discolor/stain/deface, alter normal color of verb

decoloro [decolorare, decoloravi, decoloratus] verb
(1st) TRANS

discoloration noun

decoloratio [decolorationis] noun
(3rd) F

discolored adjective

decolor [(gen.), decoloris] adjective

discolored by bruises adjective

lividus [livida, lividum] adjective

discoloring noun

decoloratio [decolorationis] noun
(3rd) F

disconnect verb

dejugo [dejugare, dejugavi, dejugatus] verb
(1st) TRANS

disconnected adjective

hiulcus [hiulca, hiulcum] adjective

disconnected, lacking a common term adjective

dejunctus [dejuncta, dejunctum] adjective

disconnecting, making discontinuous (surveying) adjective

dijunctivus [dijunctiva, dijunctivum] adjective

disjunctivus [disjunctiva, disjunctivum] adjective

disconnection noun

dissolutio [dissolutionis] noun
(3rd) F

discontinuance of practice/habit (L+S) noun

desuetudo [desuetudinis] noun
(3rd) F

discontinuity, break noun

interruptio [interruptionis] noun
(3rd) F

discord noun

diaphonia [diaphoniae] noun
(1st) F

discord, differences noun

dissonantium [dissonantii] noun
(2nd) N

discord, dissension noun

discordium [discordi(i)] noun
(2nd) N

discordance noun

absonia [absoniae] noun
(1st) F

discrepantia [discrepantiae] noun
(1st) F

discordant adjective

dissociabilis [dissociabilis, dissociabile] adjective

discordant, at variance adjective

dessidens [(gen.), dessidentis] adjective

discors [(gen.), discordis] adjective

discount noun

discomputus [discomputi] noun
(2nd) M

tugurium [tugurii] noun
(2nd) N

discount/fee to change money/make change noun

collubus [collubi] noun
(2nd) M

discourage (from), put/keep off, avert verb

deterreo [deterrere, deterrui, deterritus] verb
(2nd) TRANS

discouraged/worried (Souter) adjective

pusillanimis [pusillanimis, pusillanime] adjective

pusillanimus [pusillanima, pusillanimum] adjective

pusillianimis [pusillianimis, pusillianime] adjective

discourager, one who advises against noun

dissuasor [dissuasoris] noun
(3rd) M

discoursing together noun

confabulatio [confabulationis] noun
(3rd) F

discourteously adverb

inciviliter adverb

discover verb

profero [proferre, protuli, prolatus] verb

discover, find verb

invenio [invenire, inveni, inventus] verb
(4th)

discover, learn verb

reperio [reperire, repperi, repertus] verb
(4th) TRANS

repperio [repperire, repperi, reppertus] verb
(4th) TRANS

discoverer noun

inventor [inventoris] noun
(3rd) M

discoverer, inventor, author noun

repertor [repertoris] noun
(3rd) M

discovery noun

repertum [reperti] noun
(2nd) N

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