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umbra meaning in English

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umbra [umbrae] noun
(1st) F

ghost noun

shade noun

shadow noun

umbraclum [umbracli] noun
(2nd) N

parasol/umbrella noun

protection from sun noun

shady retreat/bower/arbor noun

shelter/shade noun

umbraculum [umbraculi] noun
(2nd) N

parasol/umbrella noun

protection from sun noun

shady retreat/bower/arbor noun

shelter/shade noun

umbraliter adverb

figuratively adverb

metaphorically adverb

umbro [umbrare, umbravi, umbratus] verb
(1st)

cast a shadow on, shade verb

umbraticus [umbratica, umbraticum] adjective

contemplative adjective

of/living in shade, devoted to sheltered/unpractical pursuit/retirement/leisure adjective

private (tutor) adjective

umbraticus adjective

umbraticola [umbraticolae] noun
(1st) M

effeminate person noun

lounger noun

shade-lover, one fond of the shade noun

adumbro [adumbrare, adumbravi, adumbratus] verb
(1st) TRANS

feign verb

shade, screen, obscure verb

sketch out, silhouette, outline, represent verb

adumbratus [adumbrata, adumbratum] adjective

outline adjective

pretended, feigned, spurious adjective

sketchy, shadowy, unsubstantial, obscure adjective

adumbratim adverb

in shadowy form adverb

adumbratio [adumbrationis] noun
(3rd) F

false show, pretense noun

sketch, outline noun

sketching in light and shade noun

incumbramentum [incumbramenti] noun
(2nd) N

incumberment noun

misfortune, annoyance, mishap, trouble noun

Satanic temptation noun

incumbro [incumbrare, incumbravi, incumbratus] verb
(1st)

block verb

obstruct verb

inumbro [inumbrare, inumbravi, inumbratus] verb
(1st)

cast a shadow verb

obumbro [obumbrare, obumbravi, obumbratus] verb
(1st)

conceal verb

defend verb

overshadow, darken verb

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