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aluta [alutae] (1st) F
noun

beauty patchnoun

piece / kind of soft leather (prepared with alum)noun

purse / pouchnoun

shoe [shoes]noun
[UK: ʃuː] [US: ˈʃuː]

alutacius [alutacia, alutacium] adjective

pertaining to soft leatheradjective

alutarius [alutaria, alutarium] adjective

made of soft leatheradjective

consaluto [consalutare, consalutavi, consalutatus] (1st) TRANS
verb

exchange greetingsverb

greet / salute cordially (L+S)verb

hail / greet / salute (as)verb

consalutatio [consalutationis] (3rd) F
noun

exchange of greetingsnoun

greeting [greetings]noun
[UK: ˈɡriːt.ɪŋ] [US: ˈɡriːt.ɪŋ]

several mutual salutations (L+S)noun

insalutatus [insalutata, insalutatum] adjective

ungreetedadjective

persaluto [persalutare, persalutavi, persalutatus] (1st) TRANS
verb

salute / greet in turnverb

persalutatio [persalutationis] (3rd) F
noun

general greetingnoun

resaluto [resalutare, resalutavi, resalutatus] (1st) TRANS
verb

greet backverb

greet in returnverb

salutare [salutaris] (3rd) N
noun

salvationnoun
[UK: sæl.ˈveɪʃ.n̩] [US: sæl.ˈveɪʃ.n̩]
I will look for thy salvation, O Lord. = Salutare tuum exspectabo, Domine!

salutaris [salutare, salutarior -or -us, salutarissimus -a -um] adjective

healthful, health-giving, wholesome, beneficialadjective

of salvationadjective

savingadjective
[UK: ˈseɪv.ɪŋ] [US: ˈseɪv.ɪŋ]

salutaris [salutaris, salutare] adjective

advantageousadjective
[UK: ˌæd.vən.ˈteɪ.dʒəs] [US: ˌæd.vən.ˈteɪ.dʒəs]

healthfuladjective
[UK: ˈhelθ.fəl] [US: ˈhelθ.fəl]

helpfuladjective
[UK: ˈhelp.fəl] [US: ˈhelp.fəl]

usefuladjective
[UK: ˈjuː.sfəl] [US: ˈjuː.sfəl]

saluto [salutare, salutavi, salutatus] (1st)
verb

greet [greeted, greeting, greets]verb
[UK: ɡriːt] [US: ˈɡriːt]
I see friends and greet them. = Video amicos atque eos saluto.

hail, saluteverb

visit [visited, visiting, visits]verb
[UK: ˈvɪ.zɪt] [US: ˈvɪ.zət]

wish wellverb

salutatio [salutationis] (3rd) F
noun

formal morning call paid by client on patron / Emperornoun

greeting, salutationnoun

salutator [salutatoris] (3rd) M
noun

greeter, one who greetsnoun

one who pays formal morning call as a clientnoun

salutatrix [salutatricis] (3rd) F
noun

female courtiernoun

she who greetsnoun