Latin search results for: venti

#1

noun

  • declension: 2nd declension
  • gender: masculine

Definitions:

  1. wind
  • Age: In use throughout the ages/unknown
  • Area: All or none
  • Geography: All or none
  • Frequency: Very frequent, in all Elementry Latin books, top 1000+ words
  • Source: General, unknown or too common to say
#2

verb

  • conjugation: 1st conjugation

Definitions:

  1. come regularly, come often
  2. keep coming
  3. resort (to)
  • Age: In use throughout the ages/unknown
  • Area: All or none
  • Geography: All or none
  • Frequency: For Dictionary, in top 20,000 words
  • Source: General, unknown or too common to say
#3

verb

  • conjugation: 1st conjugation

Definitions:

  1. brandish
  2. expose to a draught
  3. fan
  • Age: In use throughout the ages/unknown
  • Area: All or none
  • Geography: All or none
  • Frequency: For Dictionary, in top 20,000 words
  • Source: General, unknown or too common to say
#4

noun

  • declension: 2nd declension
  • gender: neuter

Definitions:

  1. fan
  2. ventilator
  • Age: Latin post 15th - Scholarly/Scientific (16th-18th centuries)
  • Area: All or none
  • Geography: All or none
  • Frequency: 2 or 3 citations
  • Source: Calepinus Novus, “Modern Latin”, by Guy Licoppe (Cal)
#5

noun

  • declension: 2nd declension
  • gender: neuter

Definitions:

  1. winnowing-shovel
  • Age: In use throughout the ages/unknown
  • Area: All or none
  • Geography: All or none
  • Frequency: 2 or 3 citations
  • Source: “Oxford Latin Dictionary”, 1982 (OLD)
#6

noun

  • declension: 2nd declension
  • gender: neuter

Definitions:

  1. window, louver
  • Age: Medieval (11th-15th centuries)
  • Area: All or none
  • Geography: All or none
  • Frequency: 2 or 3 citations
  • Source: Latham, “Revised Medieval Word List”, 1980
#7

noun

  • declension: 1st declension
  • gender: feminine

Definitions:

  1. windmill
  • Age: Latin post 15th - Scholarly/Scientific (16th-18th centuries)
  • Area: All or none
  • Geography: All or none
  • Frequency: 2 or 3 citations
  • Source: Calepinus Novus, “Modern Latin”, by Guy Licoppe (Cal)