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Headword Dictionaries Max. Inst. Min. Inst. # Documents Short Definition
Antelii Lewis & Short 0 0 0 images of gods that stood before the house door
Deverra Lewis & Short 0 0 0 the goddess of sweeping, that presided over the threshold of a house where a woman lay in child-bed, to protect her against Sylvanus
Domitius2 Lewis & Short 1,274 0 90 the appellation of a Roman
Irus Lewis & Short 8,895 24 642 the name of a beggar in the house of Ulysses at Ithaca;
Matrona2 Lewis & Short 756 0 149 a river in Gaul
aedes Lewis & Short, Elem. Lewis 6,103 0 400 a house that is rent-free
aedes2 Elem. Lewis 6,103 0 400 see aedis.
alienus2 Elem. Lewis 12,616 0 412 one of another house, a stranger to the family, foreigner, alien:
andron Lewis & Short 26 26 16 the part of the house in which the men resided
antepagmentum Lewis & Short 15 15 1 every thing that is used for garnishing the exterior of a house
apodyterium Lewis & Short, Elem. Lewis 3 3 2 an undressing-room (in a bath-house).
baphium Lewis & Short 2 2 2 a dye-house
casa Lewis & Short, Elem. Lewis 651 0 173 a small house, cottage, hut, cabin, shed
coillum Lewis & Short 1 1 1 the inmost part of the house
compluvium Lewis & Short 8 8 3 a quadranguiar open space in the middle of a Roman house
concurso Lewis & Short, Elem. Lewis 58 58 37 to run to and fro, run about, fly around
deversorium Elem. Lewis 108 6 33 an inn, lodging-house
digitillum Lewis & Short 3 3 1 the plant house-leek
domesticatim Lewis & Short 2 2 2 in the house
domesticus Lewis & Short, Elem. Lewis 705 705 170 of the house
domiporta Lewis & Short, Elem. Lewis 2 2 2 the house carrier, snail
domitius Lewis & Short 1,286 0 94 who protects those married in the house
domucula Lewis & Short 0 0 0 a little house
domuncula Lewis & Short 7 7 5 a small house
domus Lewis & Short, Elem. Lewis 13,397 9,587 874 a house, dwelling-house, building, mansion, palace
effractarius Lewis & Short 1 1 1 a house-breaker
effractura Lewis & Short 2 0 1 house-breaking
era Lewis & Short, Elem. Lewis 5,759 148 561 the mistress of a house, mistress, lady
ergastulum Lewis & Short, Elem. Lewis 76 76 46 a workhouse, house of correction, penitentiary
erus Lewis & Short, Elem. Lewis 8,586 336 700 the master of a house, head of a family
excubiae Lewis & Short, Elem. Lewis 123 123 67 a lying out on guard, watching, keeping watch
exeo Lewis & Short, Elem. Lewis 4,950 2,438 538 to go out, go forth, go away, depart, withdraw, retire
familiaris Lewis & Short, Elem. Lewis 1,276 1,110 155 of a house, of a household, belonging to a family, household, domestic, private
foricularium Lewis & Short 0 0 0 custom-house duty
ganea Lewis & Short, Elem. Lewis 38 20 23 an eating-house, cook-shop, ordinary (of bad repute)
ganeum Lewis & Short, Elem. Lewis 53 5 24 an eating-house
gens Lewis & Short, Elem. Lewis 12,418 6,142 841 a race, clan, house
granaria Elem. Lewis 36 0 13 a store-house for corn, granary
gynaeceum Lewis & Short, Elem. Lewis 5 5 3 the women's apartments, inner rooms
gynaeconitis Lewis & Short, Elem. Lewis 2 2 2 the women's apartments (of a Grecian house)
habitatio Lewis & Short, Elem. Lewis 102 102 28 a dwelling, habitation
hospitaculum Lewis & Short 0 0 0 a lodging-house
ianua Elem. Lewis 0 0 0 a door, house-door
interior Lewis & Short, Elem. Lewis 897 651 198 inner, interior, middle
intro Lewis & Short, Elem. Lewis 862 0 82 to the inside, within, in
intro2 Lewis & Short, Elem. Lewis 9,205 1,716 563 to go into, enter
intus Lewis & Short, Elem. Lewis 1,339 1,339 296 on the inside, within
janitrix Lewis & Short 3 3 3 planted in front of the house
lararium Lewis & Short 6 6 4 a part of the interior of a Roman house, in which the tutelar deities
lupanar Lewis & Short, Elem. Lewis 145 46 42 a house of ill-repute
matrona Lewis & Short, Elem. Lewis 934 178 180 a married woman, wife, matron
meretricius Lewis & Short, Elem. Lewis 118 64 49 of harlots, of prostitutes, meretricious
molendinum Lewis & Short 2 2 2 a millingplace, mill-house
munditia Lewis & Short, Elem. Lewis 94 94 52 cleanliness, neatness, elegance, fineness
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