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ridge meaning in Latin

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ridge noun

promunctorium [promunctori(i)] noun
(2nd) N

ridge, raised surface noun

terg [tergoris] noun
(3rd) N

ridge (mountain), summit, chain noun

jugum [jugi] noun
(2nd) N

(H. Cocles held bridge noun

Hortius [Horti] noun
(2nd) M

(something usually made of alder wood) plank, bridge, boat, ship noun

alnus [alni] noun
(2nd) F

abridge, epitomize verb

epitomo [epitomare, epitomavi, epitomatus] verb
(1st)

abridge, write concise form/well-turned phrase verb

circumscribo [circumscribere, circumscripsi, circumscriptus] verb
(3rd) TRANS

abridged adjective

breviarius [breviaria, breviarium] adjective

abridged, short (L+S) adjective

cohibilis [cohibilis, cohibile] adjective

abridged, shortened, cut off adjective

abbreviatus [abbreviata, abbreviatum] adjective

adbreviatus [adbreviata, adbreviatum] adjective

abridged, terse adjective

contractus [contracta, contractum] adjective

abridgement noun

contractio [contractionis] noun
(3rd) F

abridgement, compendium noun

compendium [compendi(i)] noun
(2nd) N

conpendium [conpendi(i)] noun
(2nd) N

abridgement/epitome noun

coactio [coactionis] noun
(3rd) F

back, range, ridge noun

dorsum [dorsi] noun
(2nd) N

bird resembling partridge, francolin? noun

adtagen [adtagenis] noun
(3rd) M

adtagena [adtagenae] noun
(1st) F

attagena [attagenae] noun
(1st) F

bird resembling partridge, francolin? hazel-hen/heath-cock (L+S) noun

attagen [attagenis] noun
(3rd) M

bridge

contabulo [contabulare, contabulavi, contabulatus] verb
(1st) TRANS

pons [pontis] noun
(3rd) M

Cambridge noun

Cantabrigia [Cantabrigiae] noun
(1st) F

compress, abridge verb

arto [artare, artavi, artatus] verb
(1st) TRANS

epitome, abridgement noun

epitoma [epitomae] noun
(1st) F

epitome [epitomes] noun
F

epitomiser, abridger noun

breviator [breviatoris] noun
(3rd) M

furnish with roof/floor/bridge verb

contabulo [contabulare, contabulavi, contabulatus] verb
(1st) TRANS

H. Cocles held bridge) (Q. H~ Flaccus, poet adjective

Hortius [Hortia, Hortium] adjective

Horatius (who kept Etruscans from Subician bridge) noun

Cocles [Coclitis] noun
(3rd) M

little bridge noun

ponticulus [ponticuli] noun
(2nd) M

meal, porridge, mush (used in sacrifice and given to sacred chickens) noun

puls [pultis] noun
(3rd) F

mountain ridge noun

collum [colli] noun
(2nd) N

collus [colli] noun
(2nd) M

natural cry of partridge verb

cacabo [cacabare, cacabavi, cacabatus] verb
(1st) INTRANS

normally used as support for bridge/heavy structure noun

sublica [sublicae] noun
(1st) F

sublicis [sublicis] noun
(3rd) F

old men, 60, who were thrown off bridge? adjective

depontanus [depontana, depontanum] adjective

partridge noun

perdix [perdicis] noun
(3rd) C

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