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rake meaning in Latin

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rake noun

pecten [pectinis] noun
(3rd) M

rastellus [rastelli] noun
(2nd) M

rake (L+S) verb

consario [consarire, consarivi, consaritus] verb
(4th) TRANS

consario [consarire, consarui, consaritus] verb
(4th)

consario [consarire, consarui, consaritus] verb
(4th) TRANS

consarrio [consarrire, consarrivi, consarritus] verb
(4th) TRANS

consarrio [consarrire, consarrui, consarritus] verb
(4th) TRANS

sarrio [sarrire, sarrivi, sarritus] verb
(4th)

rake/break up ground adjective

interrasilis [interrasilis, interrasile] adjective

rake/sweep/draw together verb

conrado [conradere, conrasi, conrasus] verb
(3rd) TRANS

corrado [corradere, corrasi, corrasus] verb
(3rd) TRANS

brake, curb, restrain, check verb

freno [frenare, frenavi, frenatus] verb
(1st)

brake, drag, hindrance noun

sufflamen [sufflaminis] noun
(3rd) N

bring/rake together, compose verb

conflo [conflare, conflavi, conflatus] verb
(1st) TRANS

check/restraint/brake noun

frenum [freni] noun
(2nd) N

frenus [freni] noun
(2nd) M

clog, brake, drag chain noun

suffamen [suffaminis] noun
(3rd) N

corncrake/landrail noun

ortygometra [ortygometrae] noun
(1st) F

ortygometras [ortygometrae] noun
F

fashionable idler, man about town, rake noun

scurra [scurrae] noun
(1st) M

hunt/rake up verb

conquaero [conquaerere, conquaesivi, conquaesitus] verb
(3rd) TRANS

conquiro [conquirere, conquisivi, conquisitus] verb
(3rd) TRANS

mandrake noun

mandragoras [mandragorae] noun
M

perh. corncrake/landrail noun

cychramus [cychrami] noun
(2nd) M

plant, mandrake noun

circaeon [circaei] noun
N

circaeum [circaei] noun
(2nd) N

thorn-brake noun

senticetum [senticeti] noun
(2nd) N

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