Interlingua English Dictionary revised in plain ascii format



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chondro-logia (-ía) = {n} chondrology

choral (1) = {adj} choral

choral (2) = {n} chorale

chorda = {n} I. chord (1. string of a musical instrument; 2. [Geom.]); II. [Anat.] tendon; `chordas vocal' vocal cords, vocal chords {Hence:} clavichordio etc.; notochordo etc.; hexachordo etc.; hexachordio etc.

chorea (-éa) = {n} 1. choral dance; 2. St. Vitus's dance, chorea {Hence:} choreic; choreographo etc.

choreic (-éic) = {adj} pertaining to St. Vitus's dance, choreic

choreographia (-ía) = {n} choreography

choreographic = {adj} choreographic

choreo-grapho (-ógrapho) = {n} choreographer {Hence:} choreographia; choreographic

chorista = {n} 1. chorister; 2. chorus singer; member of a chorus (in a theater, etc.)

choro = {n} I. chorus (1. group of singers, dancers, etc. performing together; 2. musical work or passage to be sung in concert); II. choir (1. part of a church set apart for the choir of singers; 2. group of church singers performing in concert) {Hence:} chorea &; chorista; choral

chrestomathia (-tía) = {n} chrestomathy

christian = {adj} Christian

christianismo = {n} Christianity (= the Christian faith)

christianitate = {n} 1. Christendom; 2. Christianity (= state of being a Christian)

christiano = {n} Christian

Christo = {npr} Christ {Hence:} christian-christianismo, christianitate, antichristian, judeochristian etc.; christiano; Antichristo-antichristian

chrom- [-ma/-mat-] = {n} [occurring in derivatives and compounds] chrom-, chromo-, chromat-, chromato- (= color) {Hence:} chromatismo; chromatic-monochromatic etc.; polychromatic etc.; chromatica; achromate-achromatismo, achromatic, achromatizar-achromatication, achromatopsia etc.; chromophore etc.; chromatophore etc.; chromolithographia etc.; chromosoma etc.; chromosphera etc.; monochrome etc.; polychrome etc.; photochromia etc.

chromat- = {see} `chrom-'

chromatic = {adj} chromatic (1. of color; 2. [Mus.]); `scala chromatic' chromatic scale

chromatica = {n} [Colorimetry] chromatics

chromatismo = {n} chromatism (1. [Bot.]; 2. [Opt.])

chromato = {n} [Chem.] chromate

chromato-phore = {adj} [Zool.] chromatophorous, chromatophoric {Hence:} chromatophoro

chromatophoro (-tó-) = {n} [Zool.] chromatophore

chromic = {adj} [Chem.] chromic

chromo (1) = {n} chromium {Hence:} chromato-bichromato etc.; chromic

chromo (2) = {n} chromo, chromolithograph

chromo.lithographia (-ía) = {n} 1. chromolithography; 2. chromolithograph

chromo-phore = {adj} chromophorous {Hence:} chromophoro

chromophoro (-mó-) = {n} [Chem., Phys.] chromophore

chromo-photographia (-ía) = {n} 1. chromophotography; 2. chromophotograph

chromo-soma = {n} [Biol.] chromosome

chromo-sphera = {n} [Astron.] chromosphere

chronic = {adj} [Med.] chronic

chronica = {n} 1. chronicle; 2. [Journ.] column (= part of newspaper devoted to a special subject); `chronica scandalose' chronique scandaleuse, scandalous gossip

chronicitate = {n} chronic character, chronicity

chronista = {n} chronicler

chrono- = {n} [occurring in derivatives and compounds] chrono-, chron- (= time) {Hence:} chronista; chronic-chronicitate; chronica; anachrone &; synchrone &; chronogramma etc.; chronologo etc.; chronometro etc.; isochrone etc.

chrono-gramma = {n} chronogram

chrono-grapho (-ógrapho) = {n} [Astron., etc.] chronograph

chronologia (-ía) = {n} chronology

chronologic = {adj} chronological

chronologista = {n} chronologist

chrono-logo (-ólogo) = {n} chronologer {Hence:} chronologia-chronologista; chronologic

chronometrar = {v} to time (as in "to time a horse")

chronometria (-ía) = {n} chronometry, measurement of time

chronometrista = {n} timekeeper

chrono-metro (-ómetro) = {n} chronometer {Hence:} chronometria; chronometrista; chronometrar

chrysalide (-ál-) = {n} chrysalis

chrys-anthemo (crisántemo) = {n} chrysanthemum

chrys-elephantin = {adj} chryselephantine (= of gold and ivory)

chryso- = {n} [occurring in derivatives and compounds] chryso-, chrys- (= gold) {Hence:} chrysalide; chrysoberyllo etc.; chrysanthemo etc.; chryselephantin etc.

chryso-beryllo = {n} [Mineral.] chrysoberyl

chryso-litho (-ó-) = {n} [Mineral.] chrysolith

chthon- = {n} [occurrig in derivatives and compounds] chthon- (= earth) {Hence:} chthonie; autochthone &

chthonie = {adj} chthonian

[ci] = {adv} here; `de ci a (un hora, etc.)' (an hour, etc.) from now; `usque a ci' 1. to here; 2. up to now, hitherto; `ci juncto' herewith, hereto (joined); (= `hic')

cibolla = {n} onion

cicada = {n} cicada

cicatrice = {n} scar, cicatrice; {also:} cicatrix {Hence:} cicatricula; cicatrizar &

cicatricula = {n} cicatricle, cicatricula

cicatrizante = {n} cicatrizer, cicatrizant

cicatrizar = {v} to heal, cicatrize {Hence:} cicatrizante; cicatrization

cicatrization = {n} healing, cicatrization

Ciceron = {npr} [Rom. Hist.] Cicero {Hence:} ciceronian

cicerone [I] = {n} cicerone (= Italian guide to Roman antiquities)

ciceronian = {adj} Ciceronian

cichorea = {n} chicory

ciconia = {n} stork

cicuta = {n} hemlock (1. [Bot.] Cicuta; 2. poisonous drink of hemlock)

-cid- = {see} `cader', `ced-'

-cider = {see} `ced-'

cidra = {n} cider, hard cider

cifra = {n} 1. figure (= symbol for a number); II. cipher (1. code; 2. monogram) {Hence:} cifrar; decifrar &

cifrar = {v} to cipher (= to put into secret writing)

cigarreria (-ía) = {n} cigar shop

cigarrero = {n} cigar maker or dealer

cigarretta = {n} cigarette

cigarrera = {n} cigar case

cigarro = {n} cigar {Hence:} cigarretta; cigarrero; cigarreria; cigarrera

ciliari = {adj} ciliary

cilio = {n} eyelash; `cilios (vibratil)' (vibratile) Cilia {Hence:} ciliari; supercilio-superciliari, superciliose

*cima = {n} top, topmost part; peak, summit; most extreme part; in cima = on top

cimicaria = {n} [Bot.] bugbane

cimice (címice) = {n} 1. bedbug; 2. thumbtack {Hence:} cimicaria; cimicose

cimicose = {adj} infested with bedbugs

cin- = {v} [occurring in derivatives and compounds] kin-, kine- (= to move) {Hence:} cinema- &; cinese &; cinet- &; cinetic &; cinesthesia etc.; cinesthetic etc.

cinchona = {n} cinchona (1. cinchona tree; 2. cinchona bark, Peruvian bark) {Hence:} cinchonina; cinchonismo

cinchonina = {n} [Chem.] cinchonine

cinchonismo = {n} [Med.] cinchonism, quininism

cinct- = {see} `cinger'

cinctura = {n} 1. belt; {also:} girdle, cincture; 2. waist (= part of the body between hips and ribs) {Hence:} cincturon; cincturar

cincturar = {v} to girdle, belt

cincturon = {n} [Mil.] waist belt

cine = {n} cinema, motion-picture theater

cinema = {n} cinema (1. motion pictures; 2. motion-picture theater)

cinema- [-ma/-mat-] = {n} [occurring in derivatives and compounds] cinemato-, cinemat-, cinemo-, kinemato-, kinemat-, kinemo- (= motion) {Hence:} cinematic; cinematica; cinematographo etc.

cinemat- = {see} `cinema-'

cinematic = {adj} kinematic

cinematica = {n} kinematics

cinematographia (-ía) = {n} cincmatography

cinematographic = {adj} cinematographic

cinemato-grapho (-ó-) = {n} 1. cinematograph (= motion-picture projector); 2. cinema, motion-picture theater {Hence:} cinematographia; cinematographic

cinerar = {v} 1. to cover with ashes; 2. to color ash-gray

cinerari = {adj} cinerary, for or pertaining to ashes; `urna cinerari' funeral urn

cinere = {n} ashes; {also:} ash; `mercuridi del cineres' Ash Wednesday {Hence:} cinerari; cineriero; cinerera; cinerose; cinerar; incinerar &

cinerera = {n} ash tray

cineriero = {n} (container for ashes) ashpan, ash box, bucket, etc.; {also:} ash tray

cinerose = {adj} ashy (1. full of ashes; 2. ashen, ash-gray)

cinese = {n} kinesis {Hence:} caryocinese etc.

cin-esthesia (-ía) = {n} kinesthesia

cin-esthetic = {adj} kinesthetic

cinet- = {adj} [occurring in compounds] kineto- (= moving) {Hence:} cinetoscopio etc.

cinetic = {adj} kinetic {Hence:} cinetica; caryocinetic etc.

cinetica = {n} kinetics

cineto-scopio = {n} kinetoscope

cinger [cing-/cinct-] = {v} 1. to gird, girdle; 2. to gird on; 3. to surround {Hence:} cingula &; cinctura &; discinger &: succinger &

cingula = {n} (saddle) girth, cingle, cinch {Hence:} cingular; supercingula

cingular = {v} to girt, girth, cinch up

cinquanta = {adj} fifty

cinquantesime (-ésime) = {adj} fiftieth; `le cinquantesime parte', `le cinquantesimo' the fiftieth part, the fiftieth

cinque = {adj} five {Hence:} cinquanta-cinquantesime; cinquefolio etc.; dece-cinque etc.

cinque-folio = {n} [Bot.] cinquefoil

-cip- = {see} `caper'

-cipe = {n} [occurring in compounds] {Hence:} forcipe etc.; mancipe etc.; municipe etc.; participe etc.; principe etc.

-cipite (-cí-) = {adj} [occurring in compounds] {Hence:} precipite &; bicipite etc.

-cipite = {see also} `capite'

circa' around, about (1. round about; 2. approximately)

circo = {n} circus {Hence:} circulo &

circuir (-ír) = {v} to go, walk, etc. round, to circuit {Hence:} circuition; circuito

circuition = {n} circuition, going round

circuito (-úito) = {n} circuit (1. circuitous route; 2. [Elec.]); `curte circuito' short circuit

circular (1) = {adj} circular (1. round like a circle; 2. as in "circular letter")

circular (2) = {n} circular

circular (3) = {v} to circulate (1. to go around; 2. to send around from one person or place to another); `bibliotheca circulante' circulating library {Hence:} circulation; circulatori

circulation = {n} I. circulation (1. action of going around; 2. action of sending around from one person or place to another); II. traffic (as in "road traffic")

circulatori = {adj} circulatory

circulo = {n} circle (1. [Math.]; 2. group of people held together by the same interests); `circulo polar' polar circle; `circulo vitiose' vicious circle {Hence:} circular (1); circular (3) &; incircular; semicirculo etc.

[circum] (cír-) = {prep} around, around about

circum- = {prefixo} circum- (= around, about) {Hence:} circumvicin etc.: circumloquer etc.; circumnavigar etc.

circumcider [-cid-/-cis-] = {v} to circumcise {Hence:} circumcision; circumcise-incircumcise

circumcis- = {see} `circumcider'

circumcise = {adj} circumcised

circumcision = {n} circumcision

circumerrar = {v} to stroll about, walk around

circumferente = {adj} circumferent, forming a circumference

circumferentia = {n} circumference

circumferential = {adj} circumferential

circumferer = {v} 1. to go round, encompass; 2. to surround {Hence:} circumferente-circumferentia-circumferential, semicircumferentia etc.

circumflecter [-flect-/-flex-] = {v} to circumflex (1. to flex or bend round; 2. [Gram.]) {Hence:} circumflexion; circumflexe

circumflex- = {see} `circumflecter'

circumflexe = {adj} [Gram.] circumflex; `accento circumflexe' circumflex accent, circumflex

circumflexion = {n} circumflexion

circumjacer = {v} to lie or be situated around (a place)

circumlocut- = {see} `circumloquer'

circumlocution = {n} circumlocution

circumloquer [-loqu-/-locut-] = {v} to use circumlocution {Hence:} circumlocution

circumnavigar = {v} to circumnavigate

circumnavigation = {n} circumnavigation

circumpolar = {adj} circumpolar

circumscriber [-scrib-/-script-] = {v} circumscribe (1. to draw a line around; 2. to limit, restrict) {Hence:} circumscription

circumscript- = {see} `circumscriber'

circumscription = {n} circumscription

circumspect- = {see} `circumspic-'

circumspecte = {adj} circumspect

circumspection = {n} circumspection

circumspic- [-spic-/-spect-] = {v} [occurring in derivatives] {Hence:} circumspection; circumspecte

circumstante = {n} bystander

circumstantia = {n} circumstance (= condition or fact accompanying or determining the occurrence of an event, a situation, etc.); `circumstantias aggravante, attenuante' [Law] aggravating, extenuating circumstances {Hence:} circumstantial; circumstantiar

circumstantial = {adj} circumstantial (= depending on circumstances)

circumstantiar = {v} to give a circumstantial or detailed account of

circumstar = {v} 1. to stand around in a circle; 2. to stand around (someone) {Hence:} circumstantia &; circumstante

circumvallar = {v} to surround with a rampart, circumvallate

circumvallate = 1 {pp} of `circumvallar'; 2. {adj} circumvallate, surrounded with a rampart

circumvallation = {n} [Fortif.] circumvallation

circumvenir = {v} to circumvent (= to gain advantage over by trickery)

circumvicin = {adj} circumjacent, adjacent

circumvolut- = {see} `circumvolver'

circumvolution = {n} circumvolution (= rotation)

circumvolver [-volv-/-volut-] = {v} to circumvolve (= to perform a circumvolution) {Hence:} circumvolution

[cis] = {prep} on this side (of)

cisalpin = {adj} [Geog.] cisalpine

cisellar = {v} to chase, engrave

cisellator = {n} chiseler (= one who works with a chisel)

cisellatura = {n} (act of) chiseling (= working with a chisel)

cisello = {n} chisel {Hence:} cisellar-cisellator, cisellatura

cismontan = {adj} cismontane

cisorios = {npl} scissors; {also:} shears, etc.

cisterna = {n} cistern

citabile = {adj} quotable

citadella = {n} citadel

citar = {v} to cite (1. [Law] to summon; {also:} to arraign; 2. to quote) {Hence:} citabile; citation; precitate; excitar &; incitar &; recitar &; suscitar &

citatano = {n} citizen (= person who is a member of a state or nation); `derecto de citatano' (right of) citizenship

citate = {n} city {Hence:} citatano

citation = {n} citation (1. [Law] summons; 2. quotation)

cithera (cí-) = {n} 1. cither; 2. zither {Hence:} citherista

citherista = {n} zither player

[cito] = {adv} 1. quickly, speedily; 2. soon

citrato = {n} [Chem.] citrate

citric = {adj} citric

citrin = {adj} lemon-colored

citrina = {n} lemon yellow

citro = {n} 1. [Bot.] Citrus; 2. citron; {also:} lemon {Hence:} citrato; citric; citrin-citrina

cive = {n} citizen (1. [Hist.] inhahitant of a city or town; 2. "citizen of a country or state") {Hence:} civismo; civic; civil &

civic = {adj} civic (= relating to citizenship)

civil = {adj} I. civil (1. having to do with citizens; 2. polite, courteous); II. civilian; `morte civil' civil death; `guerra civil' civil war {Hence:} civilitate; civilizar &; incivil-incivilitate

civil = {n} civilian

civilizabile = {adj} civilizable

civilizar = {v} to civilize {Hence:} civilizabile; civilization; civilizator

civilization = {n} civilization

civilizator = {n} civilizer

civilitate = {n} civility (= politeness)

civismo = {n} (principles of good) citizenship, civism

cl = {abbr} = `centilitro'

cla- = {v} [occurring in derivatives and compounds] {Hence:} clasma; -clase &; -clasta &; clastic

[clam]' 1. {adv} secretly; 2. {prep} without the knowledge of, unknown to

clamar = {v} to cry out, exclaim {Hence:} clamor &, acclamar &; declamar &; exclamar &; proclamar &; reclamar &

clamor = {n} clamor (= loud shout or shouting) {Hence:} clamorose

clamorose = {adj} clamorous

clan = {n} clan

clandestin = {adj} clandestine {Hence:} clandestinitate

clandestinitate = {n} clandestineness

claque [F] = {n} [Theat.] claque

clar = {adj} clear (1. free from impurities or cloudiness; 2. not obscure or vague); `(viride, grise, etc.) clar' light (green, grey, etc.) {Hence:} clarino &; claritate; clarette-claretto; clarar-declarar &; exclarar &; clarificar-clarification, clarificator; clarobscuro etc.; clarividente etc.; clara

-clar = {abbr} `-calar'

clara = {n} white-of-egg; {also:} glair

Clara = {nprf} Clare {Hence:} Clarissa

clarar = {v} to clarify (1. to clear, purify; 2. to explain)

clarette = {adj} pale, light-colored

claretto = {n} light red wine (of Southern France); {also:} claret

clarificar = {v} to clarify (= to purify)

clarification = {n} clarification (= action of purifying)

clarificator = {n} clarifier

clarinettista = {n} clarinettist

clarinetto = {n} clarinet

clarino = {n} [Mus.] clarino, clarion {Hence:} clarinetto-clarinettista

Clarissa = {nprf} Clarissa; clarissa [R.C.Ch.] Clare, Clarist nun

claritate = {n} clarity, clearness

clari-vidente = {adj} clear-sighted, discerning {Hence:} clarividentia

clarividentia = {n} clear-sightedness, discernment

clar-obscuro = {n} chiaroscuro

-clase = {n} [occurring in compounds] -clase, -clasia (= breaking, breaking up, splitting) {Hence:} orthoclase etc.

clasma = {n} fragment

classar = {v} to class, classify

classe = {n} I. class (1. group of individuals or things of the same status; {also:} "social class"; "class of animals or plants"; 2. "class in school"); II. classroom {Hence:} classic &; classar; classificar &

classic = {adj} classic, classical (1. of the first rank or authority; 2. belonging to Greek or Latin antiquity) {Hence:} classicismo; pseudoclassic etc.; classico

classicismo = {n} classicism (1. adherence to classical style; 2. classical turn of expression)

classico = {n} 1. classic (= writer or work of the first rank and of acknowledged excellence); 2. [Lit., Art] classicist

classificabile = {adj} classifiable

classificar = {v} to classify {Hence:} classificabile; classification; classificator

classification = {n} classification

classificator = {n} classifier

-clasta = {n} [occurring in compounds] -clast (= breaker, smasher) {Hence:} iconoclasta etc.

clastic = {adj} clastic (1. as in "clastic models"; 2. [Petrography])

claude = {adj} limping, lame {Hence:} claudicar &

clauder [claud-/claus-;-clud-/-clus-] = {v} to close (1. to shut, stop up; 2. to bring to an end) {Hence:} clausura-clausurar; clause-clauso-clausula; concluder &; excluder &; includer &: occluter &; recluder &

claudicar = {v} to limp {Hence:} claudication

claudication = {n} (act of) limping; limp

claus- = {abbr} `clauder'

clause = {adj} 1. close, closed; 2. finished, completed

clauso = {n} enclosure (= enclosed space)

claustral = {adj} cloistral

claustrar = {v} to cloister

claustro = {n} cloister (1. covered passage running around the inner court of a monastery; 2. convent or monastery) {Hence:} claustral; claustrar; claustrophobia etc.

caustro-phobia (-ía) = {n} [Psychopathol.] claustrophobia

clausula = {n} [Law] clause

clausura = {n} i. enclosure (= enclosed space); 2. (act of) closing, ending; 3. [Parl.] closure, cloture

clausurar = {v} 1. to enclose (a field, etc.); 2. to conclude, terminate; 3. [Parl.] to closure

clavar = {v} to nail (= to fix or fasten with nails)

clave = {n} 1. key (= instrument that locks and unlocks); 2. [Techn.] wrench; 3. [Mus.] clef; 4. [Mus.] stop (of a wind instrument); 5. key (of a piano, organ, etc.); `clave anglese' monkey wrench; `clave (de contacto)' [Elec.] contact plug or pin; `clave de violino' [Mus.] G or treble or violin clef; `clave de basso', `clave de fa' [Mus.] F or base clef; `clave (a vite, a tubo, etc.)' (screw, pipe, etc.) wrench {Hence:} claviero; clavicula &; subclavio; autoclave; conclave &; clavicymbalo etc.; clavichordio etc.

clavero = {n} nailer, nail-smith

chordio = {n} clavichord

clavicula = {n} collar-bone, clavicle {Hence:} clavicular

clavicular = {adj} [Anat.] clavicular

clavi-cymbalo (-cím-) = {n} clavecin, harpsichord

clavera = {n} nail mold

claviero = {n} keyboard, clavier; {also:} manual (of an organ)

clavo 1. nail, tack; 2. [Pathol.] boil; 3.[Spices] clove {Hence:} clavero; clavera; clavar-inclavar-inclavatura; laticlavo etc.

clearing [A] = {n} [Com.] clearing

clearinghouse [A] = {n} [Com.] clearinghouse

clemente = {adj} clement {Hence:} clementia; inclemente-inclementia

clementia = {n} clemency

clerical = {adj} clerical (= pertaining to the clergy)

clericalismo = {n} clericalism

clericato = {n} clerical rank, clericate

clerico = {n} cleric, clergyman {Hence:} clericato; clerical-clericalismo, anticlerical-anticlericalismo

clero = {n} clergy {Hence:} clerico &

cliché [F] = {n} I. cliché (1. mat, stereotype matrix; 2. trite phrase); II. [Photog.] negative

cliente = {n} I. client (1. [Rom. Antiq.]; 2. as in "lawyer's client"); II. customer {Hence:} clientela

clientela = {n} 1. [Hist.] patronage (= protection given by a patron to his client); 2. clientele (= body of clients or customers)

climate = {n} climate {Hence:} climatic; climatizar-climatization; acclimatar-acclimatation; climatologia etc.

climatic = {adj} climatic

climatizar = {v} to air-condition

climatization = {n} air-conditioning

climato-logia (-ía) = {n} climatology {Hence:} climatologic

climatologic = {adj} climatological

clin- = {n} [occurring in compounds and derivatives] {Hence:} clinic; clinica; clinometro etc.; isocline etc.

clinar = {v} to droop, sink {Hence:} declinar &; inclinar &; reclinar

clinic = {adj} clinical (= used or performed in a sickroom)

clinica = {n} clinic (1. practical instruction of medical students at the bedside of a patient; 2. place for the medical treatment of certain people or diseases)

clino-metro (-ó-) = {n} clinometer

clique [F] = {n} clique, coterie

cloaca (-á-) = {n} cloaca (1. sewer; 2. [Zool.]) {Hence:} cloacal

cloacal = {adj} cloacal

clown [A] = {n} clown {Hence:} clownesc

clownesc = {adj} clownish

club [A] = {n} club (as in "tennis club, literary club, etc.") {Hence:} clubista

clubista = {n} club member

clyster = {n} enema, injection, clyster

cm = {abbr} = `centimetro'; `cm^2' = `centimetro quadrate'; `cm^3' = `centimetro cubic'

co- = {prefixo} [used with nouns and adjectives] co- (= joint, fellow) {Hence:} cohereditario etc.; conational etc.

co- = {see also} `con-'

coaccusato = {n} codefendant

coact- = {see} `coager'

coaction = {n} coercion, compulsion

coadjut- = {see} `coadjuvar'

coadjutor = {n} coadjutor (1. coadjutant; 2. [Eccl.])

coadjuvante = {adj} coadjutant

coadjuvar [-juv-/-jut-] = {v} to assist, aid {Hence:} coadjuvante; coadjutor

coager [-ag-/-act-] = {v} to coerce, compel {Hence:} coaction

coagulabile = {adj} coagulable

coagulante = {n} coagulant

coagular = {v} to coagulate (= to cause to coagulate)

coagulation = {n} coagulation

coagulator = {n} coagulator

coagulo = {n} 1. coagulant; 2. coagulum {Hence:} coagular-coagulante, coagulabile, coagulation, coagulator

coal- = {v} [occurring in derivatives] {Hence:} coalescer &; coalition; coalizar

coalescentia = {n} coalescence

coalescer = {v} to coalesce (= to grow together) {Hence:} coalescentia

coalizar = {v} to unite, bring together (in a coalition); `coalizar se' to enter into a coalition (with)

coalition = {n} coalition

coaltar [A] = {n} coal tar

coarde = {adj} cowardly, coward {Hence:} coardia; coardo

coardia (-ía) = {n} cowardice


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