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natus meaning in English

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natus [nati] noun
(2nd) M

child noun

children (pl.) noun

son noun

natus [natus] noun
(4th) M

birth noun

major natu => older] noun

natus [nata, natum] adjective

aged, old adjective

born, arisen adjective

designed, intended, produced by nature adjective

destined adjective

made adjective

abalienatus [abalienata, abalienatum] adjective

dead/mortified (medical, of tissues) adjective

unfriendly, estranged adjective

abominatus [abominata, abominatum] adjective

abominated/detested adjective

accursed adjective

acuminatus [acuminata, acuminatum] adjective

sharp, pointed, tapering adjective

adgnatus [adgnati] noun
(2nd) M

male blood relation (father's side) noun

one born after father made his will noun

adgnatus [adgnata, adgnatum] adjective

related, cognate adjective

agnatus [agnati] noun
(2nd) M

male blood relation (father's side) noun

one born after father made his will noun

agnatus [agnata, agnatum] adjective

related, cognate adjective

alternatus [alternata, alternatum] adjective

alternate, succeeding each in turn adjective

alternative adjective

aluminatus [aluminata, aluminatum] adjective

containing alum adjective

amethystinatus [amethystinata, amethystinatum] adjective

wearing a dress the color of amethyst (violet-blue)/adorned with amethysts adjective

amothystinatus [amothystinata, amothystinatum] adjective

that wears a dress the color of amethyst adjective

antenatus [antenati] noun
(2nd) M

younger son noun

archidiaconatus [archidiaconatus] noun
(4th) M

deanery noun

office of archdeacon noun

arenatus [arenata, arenatum] adjective

sanded, covered/mixed with sand adjective

atnatus [atnati] noun
(2nd) M

male blood relation (father's side) noun

one born after father made his will noun

attornatus [attornati] noun
(2nd) M

attorney noun

one appointed to act in law/business noun

balanatus [balanata, balanatum] adjective

perfumed with oil of Ben (winged Horse-radish tree seeds Moringa pterygosperms) adjective

biaeothanatus [biaeothanata, biaeothanatum] adjective

dying by violence adjective

that dies a violent death adjective

biothanatus [biothanata, biothanatum] adjective

dying by violence adjective

that dies a violent death adjective

bituminatus [bituminata, bituminatum] adjective

bituminous adjective

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