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entertainment meaning in Latin

entertainment noun

epulum [epuli] noun
(2nd) N

entertainment at table/reading/music, act noun

acroama [acroamatis] noun
(3rd) N

entertainment provided for foreign guests of the state of Rome noun

dautium [dautii] noun
(2nd) N

lautium [lautii] noun
(2nd) N

exhibitor (puts on public entertainments) noun

editor [editoris] noun
(3rd) M

game, play, sport, pastime, entertainment, fun noun

ludus [ludi] noun
(2nd) M

hospitality, entertainment noun

hospitium [hospiti(i)] noun
(2nd) N

hospitality, entertainment of guests noun

hospitalitas [hospitalitatis] noun
(3rd) F

money set for public entertainment noun

lucar [lucaris] noun
(3rd) N

of/belonging/pertaining to a musical/reading entertainment adjective

acroamatarius [acroamataria, acroamatarium] adjective

acroamaticus [acroamatica, acroamaticum] adjective

one who gives a dinner party/entertainment noun

convivator [convivatoris] noun
(3rd) M

refreshment, diversion/entertainment noun

recreatio [recreationis] noun
(3rd) F

watching (shows/entertainment) noun

speculatio [speculationis] noun
(3rd) F

without paying a contribution, contributing nothing to entertainment, scot-free adjective

asymbolus [asymbola, asymbolum] adjective