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anulo = {n} ring (= circle of metal or other material); {also:} ringlike object; `anulo piscatori' fisherman's ring {Hence:} anuletto; anular; anulose

anulose = {adj} [Zool.] annulose

anxie = {adj} anxious (1. uneasy, worried; 2. eagerly desiring) {Hence:} anxietate

anxietate = {n} anxiety (1. uneasiness; 2. eager desire)

aorta = {n} aorta {Hence:} aortic

aortic = {adj} aortic

à outrance [F] = à outrance, in the extreme

ap- = {see} `apo-'

apath- = {adj} [occurring in derivatives] apath- (= apathetic) {Hence:} apathia-apatic

apathia (-ía) = {n} apathy

apathic = {adj} apathetic

ape = {n} bee; `ape operari, ape neutre' working bee; `ape matre, ape regina, ape femine' queen bee; `ape mascule' drone {Hence:} apiario (1); apiario (2), apicula-apiculario; apicultura etc.; apivore etc.

[a-pena] = {adv} hardly, scarcely (= `a pena')

apennin = {adj} Apennine {Hence:} Apenninos

Apenninos = {nprpl} Apennines

apepsia (-ía) = {n} [Pathol.] apepsy

apercept- = {see} `aperciper'

aperiente = 1 {ppr} of `aperir'; 2. {adj} aperient, laxative

aperir [-per-/-pert-] = {v} to open (1. to unclose; 2. to begin) {Hence:} aperiente; apertura; aperte; aperitive-aperitivo; aperitor; reaperir-reapertura

aperitive = {adj} aperitive, aperient, laxative

aperitivo = {n} 1. aperient, laxative; 2. apéritif

aperitor = {n} opener

apert- = {see} `aperir'

aperte = {adj} open (= not closed, limited or hidden)

apertura = {n} opening (1. action of opening; 2. aperture; 3. beginning)

apetale = {adj} [Bot.] apetalous

aphasia (-ía) = {n} [Pathol.] aphasia

aphasic = {adj} aphasic, aphasiac

aphasico = {n} aphasic, aphasiac

aphone = {adj} aphonic, voiceless

aphonia (-ía) = {n} aphonia

aphonic = {adj} aphonic, voiceless

aphorizar = {v} to aphorize (= to speak, write, etc., in aphorisms) {Hence:} aphorismo; aphorista-aphoristic

aphorismo = {n} aphorism

aphorista = {n} aphorist

aphoristic = {adj} aphoristic

aphrodis- = {see} `Aphrodite'

aphrodisiac (íac) = {adj} aphrodisiac

aphrodisiaco (-íaco) = {n} aphrodisiac

Aphrodite = {npr} [Gr. Mythol.] Aphrodite {Hence:} aphroditic; aphrodisiac-aphrodisiaco; Hermaphrodito etc.

aphroditic = {adj} aphroditic, venereal

apiario (1) = {n} bee-keeper

apiario (2) = {n} apiary

apice (á-) = {n} apex

apicula = {n} honey-bee

apiculario = {n} bee-hive

api-cultor = {n} bee-keeper, apiculturist

api-cultura = {n} bee-keeping, apiculture

api-vore = {adj} bee-eating

apo- = {prefixo} [`ap-' before `-h-' and vowels; used chiefly to form technical terms] apo-, ap- (1. off, away; 2. separate) {Hence:} apogee etc.: apostasia etc.

apocryphe (-ócryphe) = {adj} apocryphal; {specif.:} [Eccl.]; also: spurious, unauthenticated {Hence:} apocrypho

apocrypho (-ócrypho) = {n} apocryphon, {also:} apocrypha; `apocryphos' apocrypha, apocryphas

apogee (-ée) = {adj} apogean, apogeal

apogeo (-éo) = {n} apogee (1. [Astron.]; 2. highest point, culmination)

Apolline = {npr} [Gr.Myth.] Apollo {Hence:} apollinee

apollinee = {adj} Apolline, Apollonian

Apollon = {npr} [Gr. Mythol.] Apollo

apolog- = {see} `apologia'

apologetic = {adj} apologetic (= defending by speech or writing) {Hence:} apologetica

apologetica = {n} apologetics

apologia (-ía) = {n} apology, apologia {Hence:} apologista; apologetic &

apologista = {n} apologist

apologo (-ólogo) = {n} apologue

apophysis (-ó-) = {n} [Anat., Zool., etc.] apophysis

apoplectic = {adj} apoplectic, apoplectical

apoplexia (-ía) = {n} apoplexy

apostasia (-ía) = {n} apostasy

apostata (-ó-) = {n} apostate {Hence:} apostatic

a posteriori [L] = {adv} a posteriori

apostolato = {n} apostolate

apostolic = {adj} apostolic (1. pertaining to the apostles or their teachings; 2. papal)

apostolicitate = {n} apostolicity

apostolo (-ós-) = {n} apostle; `le Symbolo del Apostolos' the Apostles' Creed {Hence:} apostolato; apostolic-apostolicitate

apostrophar = {v} [Rhet.] to apostrophize (= to address in an apostrophe)

apostrophe (-pós-) = {n} [Rhet.] apostrophe {Hence:} apostrophar

apostropho = {n} apostrophe (= the mark ' as used in "ne'er, boy's, etc.")

apotheca = {n} pharmacy, apothecary's {Hence:} apothecario

apothecario = {n} apothecary

apotheosis (-ósis) = {n} apotheosis (1. [Class. Hist.] deification; 2. glorification)

appaciabile = {adj} appeasable

appaciamento = {n} appeasement; pacification

appaciar = {v} to appease {Hence:} appaciamento; appaciabile-inappaciabile; appaciator

appaciator = {n} appeaser

apparar = {v} to prepare {Hence:} apparato

apparato = {n} I. apparatus (1. appliance, instrument; 2. collection of mechanical contrivances for carrying out a given work); II. pomp, display; `apparato respiratori' respiratory apparatus; `apparato photographic' [Photog.] camera

apparentar = {v} to ally or connect by marriage

apparente = {adj} apparent (1. plain to see; 2. seeming); `diametro apparente' apparent diameter; `morte apparente' suspended animation

apparentia = {n} appearance (= aspect); `salvar le apparentias' to keep up appearances

apparer = {v} to appear (= to come in sight) {Hence:} apparente-apparentia; apparition; reapparer-reapparition

apparition = {n} apparition (1. act of appearing, appearance; 2. phantom, ghost)

appartamento = {n} 1. (act of) separating; 2. apartment, flat

appartar = {v} to separate {Hence:} appartamento

appellabile = {adj} appealable

appellante = {n} [Law] appellant

appellar = {v} 1. [Law] to appeal; 2. to call, name; `appellar a' to appeal to (for help etc.); `appellar de (un sententia)' to appeal against (a sentence) {Hence:} appello; appellante; appellabile-inappellabile; appellation; appellative-appellativo

appellation = {n} I. appeal (1. [Law]; 2. as in "the appeal to reason"); II. appellation

appellative = {adj} appellative (1. denominative of a class; 2. as in "the appellative faculty of children")

appellativo = {n} [Gram.] appellative (= common or class name)

appello = {n} appeal (1. [Law]; 2. earnest request); `corte de appello' Court of Appeal, Appellate Court; `appello nominal' roll call

appender = {v} 1. to hang up (on, to, onto, etc.); 2. to append {Hence:} appendice &

appendice (-én-) = {n} appendix (1. appendage; 2. "appendix to a book, etc."; 3. [Anat.]) {Hence:} appendicitis; appendicula-appendicular; appendicectomia etc.

appendic-ectomia (-ía) = {n} [Surg.] appendectomy

appendicitis (-ítis) = {n} appendicitis

appendicula = {n} appendicle, small appendix or appendage

appendicular = {adj} [Pathol.] appendicular

appercept- = {see} `apperciper'

apperception = {n} [Psychol.] apperception

apperciper [-cip-/-cept-] = {v} to perceive, apprehend (mentally) {Hence:} apperception

appertinente = {adj} appurtenant, appertinent

appertinentia = {n} [Law] appurtenance

appertiner = {v} to appertain

appestar = {v} to infect (with a plague)

appetente = 1 {ppr} of `appeter'; 2. {adj} longing, desirous (of)

appetentia = {n} appetency, appetence (= fixed and strong desire); {also:} appetite

appeter = {v} to crave, have a craving for {Hence:} appetente-appetentia, inappetente-inappetentia; appetibile; appetive; appetito

appetibile = {adj} appetible, desirable

appetitive = {adj} appetitive (= having appetite; giving appetite)

appetito = {n} appetite

applanamento = {n} (act of) flattening, smoothing, planing

applanar = {v} to flatten, smooth, plane; `applanar difficultates' to smooth away difficulties {Hence:} applanamento

applattar = {v} to flatten (= to make flat, bring level)

applauder [-plaud-/-plaus-] = {v} to applaud {Hence:} applauso; applauditor

applauditor = {n} applauder

applaus- = {see} `applauder'

applauso = {n} applause

applicabile = {adj} 1. that can be applied or put on; 2. applicable, appropriate

applicabilitate = {n} appropriateness, applicability

applicar = {v} to apply (1. to put on; 2. to put to use); `applicar se' a to apply oneself, put one's mind to; `scientias applicate' applied sciences {Hence:} applicabile-applicabilitate, inapplicabile-inapplicabilitate; application-inapplication

application = {n} application (1. act of putting on; 2. act of putting to use; 3. diligence)

appoiar = {v} 1. to keep up, prop (up); {also:} to support, back, aid; `appoiar (un cosa) contra' to lean (something) against; `appoiar (un cosa) super' to rest (something) on; `appoiar se (super, contra)' to lean (on, against) {Hence:} appoio

appoio (-óyo) = {n} support (1. backing, aid; 2. prop, rest, shore)

apponer [-pon-/-posit-] = {v} to appose (as in "to appose one's seal to") {Hence:} apposition; appositivo; apposite

apportar = {v} to bring

apportionamento = {n} apportionment

apportionar = {v} to apportion {Hence:} apportionamento

apposit- = {see} `apponer'

apposite (-pó-) = {adj} apposite, relevant

apposition = {n} apposition (1. act of placing near; 2. [Gram.]); `in apposition' in apposition

appositive = {adj} [Gram.] appositive

appreciabile = {adj} 1. appreciable; 2. worthy of esteem

appreciamento = {n} appraisal

appreciar = {v} 1. to appraise (= to estimate the value of); 2. to appreciate (= to esteem highly) {Hence:} appreciabile-inappreciabile; appreciamento; appreciation; appreciator

appreciation = {n} appreciation (1. appraisal; 2. adequate or high estimation of value)

appreciator = {n} 1. appraiser; 2. one who appreciates, esteems highly

apprehender [-hend-/-hens-] = {v} to apprehend (1. to seize, arrest; 2. to grasp mentally, understand; 3. to dread) {Hence:} apprehensibile-apprehensibilitate; apprehension; apprehensive

apprehens- = {see} `apprehender'

apprehensibile = {adj} apprehensible, understandable

apprehensibilitate = {n} apprehensibility, understandability

apprehension = {n} apprehension (1. act of grasping mentally; 2. dread)

apprehensive = {adj} apprehensive (= dreading)

apprender = {v} to learn (1. to gain knowledge of, by study or instruction; 2. to acquire information about, find out about) {Hence:} disapprender

apprentissage (-aje) = {n} apprenticeship

apprentisse = {n} apprentice {Hence:} apprentissage

apprestar = {v} to prepare, make ready {Hence:} appresto

appresto = {n} preparation

approbabile = {adj} approvable

approbar = {v} to approve, approve of {Hence:} approbabile; approbation; approbative; approbator; approbatori; disapprobar-disapprobation, disapprobator

approbation = {n} approval, approbation

approbative = {adj} approving, approbative

approbator = {n} approver

approbatori = {adj} approbatory, approbative

approchabile (-sh-) = {adj} approachable

approchar (-sh-) = {v} to approach (= to come or go near to) {Hence:} approche; approchabile

approche (-sh-) = {n} approach (= action of approaching); `approches' [Mil.] approaches

approfundamento = {n} 1. (action of) deepening, making deeper in level; 2. (thorough) investigation

approfundar = {v} 1. to deepen (= to make deeper in level); 2. to go deeply into, fathom, investigate

appropriabile = {adj} 1. that may be appropriated; 2. adaptable

appropriar = {v} to adapt; `appropriar se un cosa' to appropriate something (= to take something for one's own) {Hence:} appropriabile; appropriation; appropriate

appropriate = 1 {pp} of `appropriar'; 2. {adj} appropriate

appropriation = {n} 1. appropriation (= action of appropriating); 2. adaptation (= action of adapting)

approvisionamento = {n} (act of) supplying, furnishing

approvisionar = {v} to supply, furnish, cater

approximar = {v} to approximate, bring near; `approximar se (a)' to approach, come near {Hence:} approximation; approximative

approximation = {n} approximation (1. action of approximating; 2. close estimate)

approximative = {adj} approximate, approximative

appunctamento = {n} appointment, rendez-vous

appunctar = {v} 1. to appoint (as in "to appoint someone to a post"); 2. to point, sharpen {Hence:} appunctamento, disappunctar &

appuramento = {n} 1. purification; 2. verification, audit

appurar = {v} I. to clear (1. to free from impurities; 2. to free from obligation); II. to free from errors; to verify, audit, etc. {Hence:} appuramento

april = {n} April

a priori [L] = {adv} a priori {Hence:} apriorismo; apriorista-aprioristic

apriorismo = {n} a priori reasoning

apriorista = {n} a priori reasoner

aprioristic = {adj} a priori

apsidal = {adj} apsidal (1. [Astron.]; 2. [Arch.])

apside (ápside) = {n} apse (1. [Astron.] apsis; 2. [Arch.]) {Hence:} apsidal

aptar = {v} to adapt

apte = {adj} apt (= suited to its purpose) {Hence:} aptitude; aptar-adaptar &; inepte &; inapte-inaptitude

aptere = {adj} [Entom.] apterous

apteros (áp-) = {npl} [Entom.] Aptera

aptitude = {n} aptitude (= natural capacity or propensity)

apud (á-) = {prep} near, with, at, by

aqua = {n} water (1. the liquid "water"; 2. limpidity and luster of a precious stone); `aqua de Colonia' cologne, eau de Cologne; `aqua forte' 1. aqua fortis, nitric acid; 2. etching (= picture printed from etched plate); `aqua pesante' heavy water; `via de aqua' [Naut.] leak; `facer aqua' [Naut.] to leak {Hence:} aquarella &; aquario; aquiero; aquatic; aquatile; aquee-terraquee etc; aquose-aquositate; aquar-disaquar-disaquamento; aquamarin etc; aqueducto etc.

aqua-marin = {adj} aquamarine {Hence:} aquamarina

aquamarina = {n} 1. (the stone) aquamarine; 2. (the color) aquamarine

aquar = {v} to water (plants, etc.); to sprinkle (with water)

aquarella = {n} water color (painting) {Hence:} aquarellista

aquarellista = {n} water-color painter

aquario = {n} aquarium; `Aquario' [Astron.] Aquarius, Water Bearer

aquatic = {adj} aquatic

aquatile = {adj} aquatic

aque-ducto = {n} [Arch.] aqueduct

aquee = {adj} aqueous

*aquella = {dem pron} {fem.} that (one) (female}; the former.

*aquelle = {dem adj.} that ; those; 2. (the) former (=first of two)

*aquelle = {dem pr.} {masc} that (one) (male); 2. the former

*aquello = [dem pr} {neut} that (one); 2 the former {of things and unsexed animals}

*aqueste = {dem adj.} this; those 2. (the) second of two II. {dem. pron.} masculine, this (man) {variant of `iste'; not to be used in same text}

*aquesta = {dem. pron.} this (woman)

*aquesto = {dem. pron.} this (thing)

*aqui = {adv} here; de aqui a (un hora, etc.) (an hour, etc.); *fin a aqui 1. to here; 2. up to now, hitherto; aqui juncte herewith

aquero = {n} drain (= channel or pipe for carrying away water or other liquid)

aquila (á-) = {n} eagle {Hence:} aquilin

aquilegia = {n} [Bot.] columbine

aquilin = {adj} aquiline

Aquisgrano = {npr} Aachen, Aix-la-Chapelle

aquose = {adj} aqueous, watery

aquositate = {n} aquosity, wateriness

ar = {n} are (= one hundredth part of a hectare) {Hence:} hectar etc.; deciar etc.

-ar = {suffixo adjective} [used instead of `-al' with nouns containing `-l-'] -ar (= pertaining to ..., characteristic of ..., etc.) {Hence:} lunar etc.; regular etc.

-ar = {suffixo verbal} [used with nouns and adjectives] -ate or zero (as in "to catenate; to chain, etc.") (1. [with nouns] to make use of ..., to apply ..., etc.; 2. [with adjectives] to render ..., to make ... etc.) {Hence:} martellar etc.; acierar etc.; examinar etc.; vulnerar etc.; siccar etc.; duplicar etc.

arabe (1) (á-) = {adj} Arab, Arabian, Arabic; `cavallo arabe' Arabian horse {Hence:} arabe (2)-Arabia-arabic, arabismo, arabista, arabesc-arabesco

arabe (2) (á-) = {n} 1. Arab; 2. Arabic

arabesc = {adj} [Art] arabesque

arabesco = {n} [Art] arabesque

Arabia = {npr} Arabia

arabic = {adj} Arab, Arabian, Arabic; `cifra arabic' Arabic number; `gumma arabic' gum Arabic

arabile = {adj} arable

arabismo = {n} Arabicism, Arabism, Arabic idiom

arabista = {n} Arabist (= student of Arabic language and culture)

arachide (-rá-) = {n} 1. [Bot.] Arachis; 2. peanut; `oleo de arachide' peanut oil {Hence:} arachidic

arachidic = {adj} arachidic; `acido arachidic' arachidic acid

aranea = {n} spider; `tela de aranea' cobweb, spider web

arar = {v} to plow {Hence:} arabile; arator; aratori; aratura

arator = {n} plower, plowman

aratori = {adj} agricultural, farming

aratro = {n} plow

aratura = {n} 1. (act of) plowing; 2. plowed field

arbitrage (-aje) = {n} 1. arbitration, arbitrament; 2. [Bank. etc.] arbitrage

arbitramento = {n} arbitration, arbitrament

arbitrar = {v} to arbitrate

arbitrari = {adj} arbitrary

arbitrarietate = {n} arbitrariness

arbitration = {n} arbitration

arbitrator = {n} arbitrator

arbitro (á-) = {n} arbiter; {also:} umpire {Hence:} arbitrari-arbitrarietate; arbitrar-arbitrage, arbitramento, arbitration, arbitrator

arbore = {n} [Bot.] tree; `arbore genealogic' family tree, genealogical tree {Hence:} arboreto; arboretto; arborista; arboree; arborescer-arborescente-arborescentia; arborizar-arborization, arborizate

arboree = {adj} arboreal, tree

arborescente = 1 {ppr} of `arborescer'; 2. {adj} [Bot.] arborescent (= of treelike growth)

arborescentia = {n} [Bot.] arborescence

arborescer = {v} [Bot.] to arboresce, grow into a tree

arboreto = {n} grove; {also:} arboretum

arboretto = {n} small tree

arborizar = {v} to give a treelike appearance to, arborize

arborizate = 1 {pp} of `arborizar'; 2. {adj} [Mineral.] dendritic

arborization = {n} arborization; {also:} [Mineral.; Anat.; etc.]

arborista = {n} arborist

arbusto = {n} shrub, bush

arca = {n} ark {Hence:} arcan &

arcada = {n} 1. archway; 2. arcade

Arcadia = {npr} Arcadia {Hence:} arcadian

arcadian = {adj} Arcadian

arcan = {adj} secret, mysterious {Hence:} arcano

arcano = {n} secret, mystery

arcar = {v} to arch (1. to cause to arch or curve; 2. to furnish with arches)

arch-' [occurring in compounds] I. -arch-, -arch (= rule, ruling, ruler, etc.); II. archi-, arche-, arch- (1. chief, principal, leading; 2. primitive, original, archetypal) {Hence:} anarch- &; archetypo etc.; archiduce etc.; archipresbytero etc.; architrave etc.; hierarcha etc.; patriarcha etc.; syriarcha etc.; tetrarcha etc.; pentarchia etc.; archonte; exarch- &; oligarch- etc.; monarch- etc.

arch- = {see also} arco

archa- = {see} `arche-'

archaic (-áic) = {adj} archaic

archaizar = {v} to archaize

archaismo (-ísmo) = {n} archaism

archaista (-ísta) = {n} archaist

arch-angelo (-án-) = {n} archangel

arche- = {adj} [occurring in derivatives and compounds] archaeo-, archae- (= old) {Hence:} archaic; archaizar-archaismo, archaista; archeologo etc.

archeologia (-ía) = {n} archaeology

archeologic = {adj} archaeological

archeo-logo (-ólo-) = {n} archaeologist {Hence:} archeologia; archeologic

archero = {n} archer

archetto = {n} (violin) bow

arche-typo (-é-) = {n} archetype

archi-diacono (-diá-) = {n} archdeacon

archiducal = {adj} archducal

archiducato = {n} archduchy

archi-duce = {n} archduke {Hence:} archiducato; archiduchessa; archiducal

archiduchessa = {n} archduchess

archiepiscopal = {adj} archiepiscopal

archiepiscopato = {n} archiepiscopate; {also:} archbishopric

archi-episcopo (-ís-) = {n} archbishop {Hence:} archiepiscopato; archiepiscopal

Archimedes (-mé-) = {npr} Archimedes; `principio de Archimedes' Archimedean principle, Archimedes' principle; `vite de Archimedes' Archimedean screw, Archimedes' screw

archipelago (-pé-) = {n} archipelago

archi-presbytero (-bí-) = {n} archpriest

archi-prestre = {n} archpriest

architect- = {see} `architecton-'

architecto = {n} architect

archi-tecton- = {n} [occurring in derivatives] architecton- (= architect) {Hence:} architectonic; architectonica; architecto-architectura

architectonic = {adj} architectonic (= architectural; also: constructive)

architectonica = {n} architectonics (= science or principles of architecture)

architectura = {n} architecture

archi-trave = {n} [Arch.] architrave

archival = {adj} archival

archivamento = {n} (action of) filing in archives

archivar = {v} to file in archives

archivista = {n} archivist

archivo = {n} archive {Hence:} archivista; archival; archivar-archivamento

archi-volta = {n} archivolt

archonte = {n} [Gr. Hist.] archon

arcion = {n} saddlebow

arco = {n} I. arc; II. arch; III. bow (1. weapon for shooting arrows; 2. rod for playing the violin, etc.); `arco triumphal' or `de triumpho' triumphal arch {Hence:} arcada; archero; archetto; arcion; arcar; archivolta etc.; arcobalista etc.

arco-ballista = {n} crossbow

arct- = {n} [occurring in derivatives and compounds] arct- (= bear) {Hence:} arctic-antarctic, holarctic etc.

arctic = {adj} arctic; `polo arctic' arctic pole, north pole; `circulo arctic' arctic circle; `Oceano Arctic' Arctic (Ocean)

Arcturo = {npr} [Astron.] Arcturus

ardente' I. ppr of `arder'; II. {adj} ardent (1. burning; 2. fervent)

arder = {v} to burn (1. to be on fire; 2. to cause to be consumed by fire) {Hence:} ardente; ardimento; ardor-ardorose; arditura

ardesia = {n} slate (1. [Mineral.]; 2. roofing slate; 3. writing slate) {Hence:} ardesiero; ardesiera; ardesiose

ardesiera = {n} slate quarry

ardesiero = {n} slate worker; slate-quarry owner

ardesiose = {adj} slate, slaty

ardimento = {n} burning (1. being on fire; 2. causing to be consumed by fire)

arditura = {n} burn (= hurt, injury, or effect caused by burning)

ardor = {n} ardor (1. fierce heat; 2. fervor)

ardorose = {adj} ardent, ardurous

ardue = {adj} arduous (1. steep; 2. difficult to achieve) {Hence:} arduitate

arduitate = {n} arduousness

area = {n} area (1. clear space within a building; 2. surface extent)

arena = {n} I. sand; II. arena (1. place of combat; 2. [Med.] gravel) {Hence:} arenari-arenario; arenero; arenacee; arenose-arenositate; arenar-arenamento

arenacee = {adj} sandy, arenaceous

arenamento = {n} stranding, grounding

arenar = {v} I. to sand (1. to cover with sand; 2. to rub with sand); II. to strand, run aground

arenari = {adj} (of) sand; `petra arenari' sandstone

arenario = {n} sandpit

arenero = {n} dealer in sand

arenose = {adj} sandy, gravelly; gritty

arenositate = {n} sandiness, gravelliness; grittiness

areopagita = {n} [Gr. Hist.] Arcopagite

Areopago (-ó-) = [Gr. Hist.] Areopagus {Hence:} areopagita

Ares (á-) = {npr} [Gr. Mythol.] Ares

argentano = {n} argentan, German silver

argentar = {v} to silver, cover or plate with silver

argentate = {adj} argentate

argentator = {n} silverer, silver plater

argentee = {adj} silvery (= silver-colored)

argenteria (-ía) = {n} silver plate

argentero = {n} silversmith

argentifere = {adj} argentiferous, yielding silver

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