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latus meaning in English

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latus [lata -um, latior -or -us, latissimus -a -um] adjective

spacious, extensive adjective

wide, broad adjective

latus [lateris] noun
(3rd) N

flank noun

side noun

latusculum [latusculi] noun
(2nd) N

little side noun

adflatus [adflatus] noun
(4th) M

breath, snorting noun

breeze, wind, draught, (hot) blast noun

inspiration noun

stench noun

adjaculatus [adjaculata, adjaculatum] adjective

thrown/cast at adjective

adminiculatus [adminiculata -um, adminiculatior -or -us, adminiculatissimus -a -u] adjective

supported adjective

well furnished/provided adjective

well stocked adjective

adsimilatus [adsimilata, adsimilatum] adjective

imitated, feigned, pretended. dissembled adjective

similar, like, made similar adjective

adsimulatus [adsimulata, adsimulatum] adjective

imitated, feigned, pretended. dissembled adjective

similar, like, made similar adjective

adstipulatus [adstipulatus] noun
(4th) M

assent, agreement in a command noun

advolatus [advolatus] noun
(4th) M

flying towards/against noun

aemulatus [aemulatus] noun
(4th) M

emulation, envy, rivalry noun

aequilatus [(gen.), aequilateris] adjective

equilateral, equal sides adjective

aequilatus [aequilata, aequilatum] adjective

equilateral, with equal sides adjective

afflatus [afflatus] noun
(4th) M

breath, snorting noun

breeze, wind, draught, (hot) blast noun

inspiration, flash noun

stench noun

alatus [alata, alatum] adjective

winged, having/furnished with wings adjective

alveolatus [alveolata, alveolatum] adjective

hollowed-out like a trough, trough-shaped adjective

ambustulatus [ambustulata, ambustulatum] adjective

half roasted adjective

scorched around, burned around the edges adjective

amminiculatus [amminiculata -um, amminiculatior -or -us, amminiculatissimus -a -u] adjective

supported adjective

well furnished/provided adjective

well stocked adjective

ancillatus [ancillatus] noun
(4th) M

service of a (female) slave noun

angulatus [angulata, angulatum] adjective

made angular/cornered, with angles, angular adjective

annulatus [annulata, annulatum] adjective

one year old adjective

anulatus [anulata, anulatum] adjective

fitted with a fetter, fettered adjective

provided with a ring, ringed adjective

apostolatus [apostolatus] noun
(4th) M

apostlate, office/position of an apostle, apostleship noun

appellatus [appellati] noun
(2nd) M

appellee noun

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