Compulsar octo dictionarios de interlingua

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abduct- {see} `abducer' 
abject- {see} `abjic-' 
ablut- {see} `abluer' 
abort- {see} `abor-' 
abras- {see} `abrader' 
abrupt- {see} `abrumper' 
abscess- {see} `absceder' 
absciss- {see} `abscinder' 
absolut- {see} `absolver' 
absorpt- {see} `absorber' 
abstent- {see} `abstiner' 
abstract- {see} `abstraher' 
abstrus- {see} `abstruder' 
abus- {see} `abut-' 
accens- {see} `accender' 
accentu- {see} `accento' 
accept- {see} `accip-' 
access- {see} `acceder' 
acquest- {see} `acquirer' 
acquisit- {see} `acquirer' 
act- {see} `ager' 
adduct- {see} `adducer' 
adhes- {see} `adherer' 
adject- {see} `adjic-' 
adjunct- {see} `adjunger' 
adjut- {see} `adjuvar' 
admiss- {see} `admitter' 
admixt- {see} `admiscer' 
adust- {see} `adurer' 
advent- {see} `advenir' 
advers- {see} `adverter' 
affect- {see} `afficer' 
affix- {see} `affiger' 
afflict- {see} `affliger' 
afflux- {see} `affluer' 
aggress- {see} `aggreder' 
-agi- {see} `-age' 
al- {see} `alcohol', `aldehydo', or `aluminium' 
alauda {see} `aloda' 
alban- {see} `Albania' 
albricoch- {see} `albricoc' 
alcal- {see} `alcali' 
alic-ubi (-ícubi) {adv} 1. somewhere; 2. anywhere as in ("did you see him anywhere?") 
allitter- {see} `alliter-' 
allocut- {see} `alloquer' 
allus- {see} `alluder' 
alluv- {see} `allu-' 
altru- {see} `altere' 
am- {see} `ammoniaco' 
ammon- {see} `ammoniaco' or `ammonium' 
anathemat- {see} `anathema' 
-ange- {see} `angio-' 
{Hence:} animismo; animista; animar-animation, animator, animate-inanimate, disanimar-disanimate, reanimar; pusillanime etc.; equanime etc.; unanime etc.; see also animo 
animadvers- {see} `animadverter' 
{Hence:} animositate; animadverter etc.; pusillanime etc.; equanime etc.; unanime etc; see also anima 
annex- {see} `annecter' 
antecess- {see} `anteceder' 
anteposit- {see} `anteponer' 
anthra- {see} `anthrace' 
ap- {see} `apo-' 
apercept- {see} `aperciper' 
apert- {see} `aperir' 
aphrodis- {see} `Aphrodite' 
apolog- {see} `apologia' 
appercept- {see} `apperciper' 
applaus- {see} `applauder' 
apposit- {see} `apponer' 
apprehens- {see} `apprehender' 
arch- {see also} arco 
archa- {see} `arche-' 
architect- {see} `architecton-' 
aromat- {see} `aroma' 
arsen- {see} `arsenico' 
arsenio- {see} `arseniose' 
ascens- {see} `ascender' 
ascript- {see} `ascriber' 
aspect- {see} `aspic-' 
aspers- {see} `asperger' 
assalt- {see} `assalir' 
assert- {see} `asserer' 
assess- {see} `assider' 
assumpt- {see} `assumer' 
asthmat- {see} `asthma' 
astrict- {see} `astringer' 
-atra {see} `-latra' 
atrabili- {see} `atrabile' 
attent- {see} `attender' 
attract- {see} `attraher' 
attribut- {see} `attribuer' 
attrit- {see} `atter-' 
avers- {see} `averter' 
avuls- {see} `aveller' 
axiomat- {see} `axioma' 
banch- {see} `banco', `banca' 
barch- {see} `barca' 
bel- {see} `belle' 
belletr- {see} `belles-lettres' 
benedict- {see} `benedicer' 
benefact- {see} `benefacer' 
benz- {see} `benzoe' 
bili- {see} `bile' 
blanch- {see} `blanc' 
bolchev- {see} `bolchevico' 
boliv- {see} `Bolivar, Simon' 
bor- {see} `borax'; `borace' 
bosch- {see} `bosco' 
botech- {see} `boteca' 
brusch- {see} `brusc' 
-bus {see} `omnibus' 
-c {see} `-ic' 
calefact- {see} `calefacer' 
camoci- {see} `camoce' 
cant- {see} `can-' 
caperna- {see} `Capernaum' 
capt- {see} `caper' 
cas- {see} `cader' 
casch- {see} `casco' 
casu- {see} `caso' 
cat-' see `cata-' 
caut-' see `cav-' 
cels-' see `-cell-' 
-cender' see `-cand-' 
cens-' see `censer' 
centu-' see `cento' 
cereb- {see} `cerebro' 
-cerot- {see} `cer-' 
ces- {see} `ced-' 
cess- {see} `ceder' 
-caste {see} `caste' 
checoslovach- {see} `checoslovac' 
chimo- {see} `chimia' 
chloracet- {see} `chloracetic' 
choc- {see} `choccar' 
chromat- {see} `chrom-' 
-cid- {see} `cader', `ced-' 
-cider {see} `ced-' 
cinct- {see} `cinger' 
cinemat- {see} `cinema-' 
-cip- {see} `caper' 
-cipite {see also} `capite' 
circumcis- {see} `circumcider' 
circumflex- {see} `circumflecter' 
circumlocut- {see} `circumloquer' 
circumscript- {see} `circumscriber' 
circumspect- {see} `circumspic-' 
circumvolut- {see} `circumvolver' 
co- {see also} `con-' 
coact- {see} `coager' 
coadjut- {see} `coadjuvar' 
cochlea see coclea 
coct- see cocer 
cod- see codice 
cognit- see cognoscer 
cohes- see coherer 
col- see con- 
collaps- see collaber 
collect- see colliger 
collis- see collider 
collus- see colluder 
com- see also con- 
comat- see coma 
combust- see comburer 
commiss- see committer 
commixt- see commiscer 
commot- see commover 
compact- see comping- 
compass- see compatir 
complex- see complect- 
composit- see componer 
compost- see componer 
comprehens- see comprehender 
comprens- see comprender 
compress- see comprimer 
compromiss- see compromitter 
compuls- see compeller 
compunct- see compunger 
concept- see conciper 
conceptu- see concepto 
concess- see conceder 
concis- see concid- 
conclus- see concluder 
concret- see concresc- 
concurs- see concurrer 
concuss- see concuter 
conduct- see conducer 
confect- see confic- 
confess- see confit- 
conflict- see confliger 
confus- see confunder 
congest- see congerer 
congress- see congred- 
conject- see conjicer 
conjunct- see conjunger 
connex- see connecter 
conquest- see conquirer 
conquisit- see conquirer 
conscript- see conscriber 
consecut- see consequer 
consens- see consentir 
consensu- see consenso 
constitut- see constituer 
constrict- see constringer 
construct- see construer 
consult- see consul- 
consumpt- see consumer 
cont- see contra- 
contact- see continger 
contempt- see contemner 
content- see contender; continer 
context- see contexer 
contort- see contorquer 
contract- see contraher 
contradict- see contradicer 
contrafact- see contrafacer 
contraposit- see contraponer 
contravent- see contravenir 
contribut- see contribuer 
contrit- see conter- 
controvers- see controverter 
contus- see contunder 
convent- see convenir 
conventu- see convento 
convers- see converter 
convict- see convincer 
convolut- see convolver 
convuls- see conveller 
copert- {see} `coperir' 
cor- {see} `con-' 
cordi- {see} `corde' 
cornu- see corno 
corp- see corpore 
corpus- see corpore 
correct- see corriger correcte {adj} correct (1. proper; 2. right, accurate) 
corros- see corroder 
corrupt- see corrumper 
crac {n} 1. crack (sudden sharp and loud noise); 2. [Fin.] crash, smash crac see craccar 
creat- see -creas 
creo- see -creas 
crucifix- see crucifiger 
cult- see coler; cultro 
curiositate {n} curiosity (1. desire to see or know; 2. curious object) 
curs- see currer 
-cutar see executar 
-cution see execution 
dece-non- see dece-nove 
decept- see deciper 
dece-septim- see dece-septe 
decess- see deceder 
decim- see dece 
decis- see decider 
decoct- see decocer 
decomposit- see decomponer 
decret- see decerner 
decu- see dece 
deduct- see deducer 
defect- see defic- 
defens- see defender 
defunct- see defung- 
deject- see dejic- 
delet- see deler 
delict- see delinquer 
delus- see deluder 
-demn- see damno, damnar 
depict- see depinger 
deposit- see deponer 
depress- see deprimer 
-der see dar 
derelict- see derelinquer 
deris- see derider 
dermat- see derma 
descens- see descender 
descript- see describer 
desert- see deserer 
despect- see despicer 
destitut- see destituer 
destruct- see destruer 
detect- see deteger 
detent- see detener 
detr- see deter- 
detract- see detraher 
detrit- see deter- 
deut- see deuter- 
devolut- see devolver 
devot- see devov- 
di- see also dia-; Zeus 
diagrammat- see diagramma 
diaphragmat- see diaphragma 
dict- see dicer 
didact- see didasc- 
difficul- see difficile 
diffract- see diffranger 
diffus- see diffunder 
digest- see digerer 
digress- see digreder 
dilat- see differer 
dilect- see dilig- 
dilut- see diluer 
diluv- see diluer 
dimens- see dimetir 
dimiss- see dimitter 
diplomat- see diploma 
direct- see diriger 
discinct- see discinger 
discopert- see discoperir 
discret- see discerner 
discurs- see discurrer 
discuss- see discuter 
disfact- see disfacer 
disinvolt- see disinvolver 
disjunct- see disjunger 
dispens- see dispender 
dispers- see disperger 
disposit- see disponer 
dispossess- see disposseder 
disquisit- see disquir- 
disrupt- see disrumper 
dissect- see dissecar 
dissens- see dissentir 
dissert- see disserer 
dissolu- see dissolver 
dissolut- see dissolver 
dissuas- see dissuader 
distens- see distender 
distinct- see distinguer 
distort- see distorquer 
distract- see distraher 
distribut- see distribuer 
divers- see diverter 
divis- see divider 
divuls- see diveller 
doct- see docer 
dogmat- see dogma 
dramat- see drama 
duch- see duce 
duct- see ducer 
dulci- see dulce 
duode- see duodece 
duodecim- see duodece 
dyn- see dynam- 
e- see esser 
eclect- see eclectic 
-ecr- see sacre 
eczemat- see eczema 
edemat- see edema 
edict- see edic- 
-edr- see -hedra 
effect- see effic- 
effract- see effring- 
effus- see effunder 
egress- see egred- 
eject- see ejic- 
elect- see eliger 
elis- see elider 
elocut- see eloquer 
elus- see eluder 
em- see en- 
-em- see hem- 
émailli- see émail 
emblemat- see emblema 
embryo see embryon 
emers- see emerger 
emiss- see emitter 
emot- see emover 
empt- see emer 
empyreumat- see empyreuma 
emuls- see emulger 
endosm- see endosmose 
enigmat- see enigma 
-enn- see anno 
eos- see eo- 
ep- see epi- 
epigrammat- see epigramma 
-epte see apte 
-equer see sequer 
erect- see eriger 
eros- see eroder 
erot- see Eros 
erupt- see erumper 
{Hence:} essentia &; absente &; presente &; ente &: [esque] etc.; esser (2)-ben-esser etc.; see verbal forms es, [so], [son], [somos], [sia], [era], [ser] & 
est- see estate 
-et- see etate; -itate 
-etate see -itate 
eth- see ethere 
Eur- see Europa 
evas- see evader 
evect- see eveher 
event- see evenir 
evers- see everter 
evict- see evincer 
evolut- see evolver 
evuls- see eveller 
exact- see exiger 
excels- see excell- 
except- see excip 
excess- see exceder 
excis- see excider 
exclus- see excluder 
excret- see excern- 
excurs- see excurr- 
execut- see exequer 
exempt- see eximer 
exhaust- see exhaurir 
exosm- see exosmose 
expans- see expander 
expens- see expender 
expert- see exsperir 
explos- see exploder 
exposit- see exponer 
express- see exprimer 
expuls- see expeller 
expunct- see expunger 
exquisit- see exquir- 
extens- see extender 
exter- see extra 
extinct- see extinguer 
extort- see extorquer 
extr- see extere 
extract- see extraher 
extrovers- see extroverter 
facer [fac-/fact-;-fic-/-fect-] {v} I. to make (1. to create, produce, etc.; 2. to render, cause to be or become); II. to do (something); facer + n: facer le barba, facer allusion, etc., see barba, allusion, etc.; facer (venir, etc.) to cause to (come etc.), make (come, etc.), have (come, etc.); facer se (tarde, etc.) to become, get (late, etc.)
facilit- see facilitate 
fact- see facer 
facul- see facile 
fanat- see fanatic 
farad- see Faraday, Michael 
-fic- see facer; -ific 
-ficar see -ificar 
fich- see fico 
-ficie see facie 
-ficile see facile 
fict- see finger 
-fid- see finder 
fideicomiss- see fideicomitter 
Fin- see finno 
fiss- see finder 
fix- see figer 
flatu- see flato 
flex- see flecter 
flos- see flor 
fluct- see fluer 
fluctu- see flucto 
-fluv- see fluer 
flux- see fluer 
for- see foras, foris 
form- see formic; formica 
formi- see formica 
formich- see formica 
foss- see foder 
fract- see franger 
-frag- see franger 
franch- see franc 
frater- see fratre 
frict- see fricar 
-friger- see frigor 
-fring- see franger 
fruct- see fruer 
fructu- see fructo 
fulmi- see fulmine 
funct- see funger 
funeb- see funere 
funes- see funere 
furch- see furca 
fus- see funder 
gall- see Galles 
galvan- see Galvani, Luigi 
gangli- see ganglion 
genuflex- see genuflecter 
germi- see germine 
gest- see gerer 
-glob- see globulo 
glyc- see glycerina 
glycer- see glycerina 
-gnat- see nate 
-gnobile see nobile 
-gnom- see gnomone 
-gnoscer see nosc- 
-gon- see goni- 
gradu- see grado (1) 
grandi- see grande 
gravit- see gravitate 
-gred- see grad- 
-greder see grad- 
groenland- see Groenlandia 
-gyn- see gyneco- 
haber {v} to have (1. to own, possess; 2. [Grammatical function: auxiliary, forming the perfect tenses]); haber a to have to, be obliged to; haber (frigido, ration, etc.) see frigido, ration, etc.; il habe there is, there are; ille habe 20 annos he is 20 years old
habitu- see habito 
haust- see haurir 
hebra- see hebreo 
hell- see Hellen 
hemat- see hem- 
hemiprismat- see hemiprisma 
herbor- see herba 
hom- see also homine 
humili- see humile 
hypnot- see hypnotic 
i- see in- 
-i- see -ion 
idiomat- see idioma 
-ig- see ager 
il- see in- 
illus- see illuder 
im- see in- 
-imer : -imer see emer 
-imic see amic 
immers- see immerger 
immixt- see immiscer 
impact- see impinger 
impetu- see impeto 
imposit- see imponer 
impost- see imponer 
impress- see imprimer 
impuls- see impeller 
incens- see incender 
incept- see inciper 
incis- see incider 
inclus- see includer 
incurs- see incurrer 
indict- see indicer 
indisposit- see indisponer 
induct- see inducer 
indult- see indulger 
infect- see infic- 
inflex- see inflecter 
inflict- see infliger 
influx- see influer 
infract- see infringer 
infus- see infunder 
ingest- see ingerer 
ingress- see ingred- 
inject- see injicer 
injunct- see injunger 
inquest- see inquirer 
inquisit- see inquirer 
inscript- see inscriber 
insect- see insecar 
insert- see inserer 
inspect- see inspicer 
instinct- see instingu- 
institut- see instituer 
instruct- see instruer 
insurrect- see insurger 
intellect- see intellig- 
intellectu- see intellecto 
intens- see intender 
intent- see intender 
intercept- see intercip- 
intercess- see interceder 
interdict- see interdicer 
interject- see interjic- 
interlocut- see interloquer 
intermiss- see intermitter 
interposit- see interponer 
interpris- see interprender 
interrupt- see interrumper 
intervent- see intervenir 
intervist- see intervider 
intors- see intorquer 
introduct- see introducer 
intromiss- see intromitter 
introspect- see introspicer 
introvers- see introverter 
intrus- see intruder 
invas- see invader 
invect- see inveher 
invent- see inven- 
invers- see inverter 
involut- see involver 
-ique see eque 
{Hence:} adir &; ambir &; circuir &; exir &; obir &; preterir &; transir &; see also verbal forms va, [van], [vamos] 
ir- see Eire 
ir- see in- 
irris- see irrider 
irrupt- see irrumper 
-ister see -sister 
-it- see -itate 
-iterne see eterne 
-itudin- see -itude 
jach- see jaco 
janu- see Jano 
ject- see jac- 
jesu- see Jesus 
-jic- see jac- 
juda- see judee 
junct- see junger 
juxtaposit- see juxtaponer 
kilogram- see kilogramma 
la {n} 1. [Mus.] la; 2. [Mus.] (the note) A [la] {adv} there (illac) la {pron pers} her (as in "I see her", "I write her a letter") 
laps- see laber 
latitudin- see latitude 
le {def art} the; (un dollar) le (libra) (one dollar) a (pound) le {pron pers} 1. him (as in "I see him", "I write him a letter"); 2. it (as in "I like it", "I'll give it another thought") 
lect- see leger 
legis- see lege 
legislat- see legisfer- 
legum- see legumine 
les {pron pers} them (as in "I see them", "I write them a letter") 
les- see leder 
-lider see leder 
ligus- see ligure 
limi- see limite 
lino- see linea 
liquefact- see liquefacer 
-lit- see later 
litera see littera 
locut- see loquer 
longitudin- see longitude 
lubr- see lubric 
-luv- see luer 
luxu- see luxo 
majest- see majestate 
maledict- see maledicer 
malfact- see malfacer 
mam- see mamma 
mangan- see manganese, manganic 
manich- see manico 
manu- see mano 
manufact- see manufac- 
manumiss- see manumitter 
marasch- see marasca 
march- see marca 
marocch- see Marocco 
mater- see matre 
matrass- see matras 
matthiol- see Mattioli, P A 
megal- see mega- 
melodramat- see melodrama 
menchev- see menchevico 
mens- see metir 
-mes- see mense mes- {adj} [occurring in ccompounds] mes-, meso- (middle)
met- see meta- 
meth- see methy-; methyleno 
methyl- see methyleno 
miasmat- see miasma 
milli- see mille 
mimet- see mimetic 
min- see also minus 
minister- see ministro 
miss- see mitter 
mixt- see miscer 
-mnesia see amnesia 
-mo see -ismo 
mo- see mover; mon- 
mobili- see mobile 
morph- see Morpheo 
mors- see morder 
mort- see morir 
mot- see mover 
moto- see motor 
muls- see mulger 
musich- see musica 
-n see -in 
-na see -ina 
narcot- see narcose 
naso {n} nose; naso aquilin aquiline nose; haber bon naso to have a good nose; mitter le naso in un cosa to poke one's nose into something; conducer un persona per le naso to lead someone by the nose; non vider multo ultra su naso not to see much beyond one's nose
nat- see nascer 
nazar- see Nazareth 
neglect- see negliger 
nex- see nect- 
-nneso see neso- 
-nom- see also nomine 
nomen- see nomine 
nonu- see nove (2) 
not- see nosc- 
nupt- see nub- 
object- see objic- 
oblat- see offerer 
obsess- see obseder 
obsolet- see obsolescer 
obstruct- see obstruer 
obtent- see obtener 
obtus- see obtunder 
occis- see occider 
occlus- see occluder 
octu- see octo 
-odo see hodo- 
offens- see offender 
offert- see offerer 
-ogia see -logia 
-ogo see logo 
-ol see oleo 
olfact- see olfacer 
-omal- see homal- 
omiss- see omitter 
onomat- see onom- 
-opl- see hoplo- 
opposit- see opponer 
oppress- see opprimer 
opt- see op- 
orchid- see orchis 
orlean- see Orleans 
orph- see Orpheo 
-ors- see verter 
osm- see osmose 
ostens- see ostender 
ostent- see ostender 
-oto see noto 
ovi- see ove 
ox- see oxalide; oxy- 
oxal- see oxalide 
pacch- see pacco 
pacif- see pacific 
palim- see palin- 
pancreat- see pancreas 
par- see para- 
part- see parer 
pass- see patir 
passi- see passion 
past- see pascer 
pater- see patre 
pect- see pectina 
pens- see pender 
percept- see perciper 
percurs- see percurrer 
percuss- see percuter 
perempt- see perimer 
perfect- see perfic- 
periton- see peritoneo 
permiss- see permitter 
perquisit- see perquirer 
perrucch- see perrucca 
persecut- see persequer 
persich- see persico 
perspect- see perspicer 
persuas- see persuader 
pervers- see perverter 
petrol- see petroleo 
pharisa- see phariseo 
philipp see Philippi 
phlegmat- see phlegma 
phonet- see phonetic 
phosph- see phosphoro 
phrenet- see phrenitis 
physiognomia see also physiognomonia 
pict- see pinger 
-ping- see pang- 
-pirar see spirar 
pisch- see pisce 
plach- see placa 
planch- see planca 
planct- see planger 
plat- see platy- 
plaus- see plauder 
plex- see plect- 
pneumat- see pneuma 
pneumo- see pneumono- 
pollut- see polluer 
polon- see Polonia 
porch- see porco 
portent- see portender 
portug- see Portugal 
posit- see poner 
possess- see posseder 
post- see poner 
postposit- see postponer 
postscript- see postscrib- 
pragmat- see pragma 
precept- see precip- 
precess- see preceder 
precis- see precider 
precurs- see precurr- 
predict- see predicer 
predisposit- see predisponer 
prefect- see prefic- 
prefix- see prefiger 
prehens- see prehend- 
premiss- see premitter 
prens- see prender 
preposit- see preponer 
prescript- see prescriber 
press- see premer 
presumpt- see presumer 
presupposit- see presupponer 
pretens- see pretender 
pretent- see pretender 
pretermiss- see pretermitter 
pretext- see pretex- 
prevent- see prevenir 
previs- see previder 
previst- see previder 
-primer see premer 
prin- see prime 
pris- see prender 
prismat- see prisma 
problemat- see problema 
process- see proceder 
product- see producer 
profect- see profic- 
profess- see profit- 
profus- see profunder 
programmat- see programma 
progress- see progred- 
project- see projicer 
prolaps- see prolaber 
promiss- see promitter 
promot- see promover 
propens- see propender 
proposit- see proponer 
propriet- see proprietate 
propuls- see propeller 
proscript- see proscriber 
prosecut- see prosequer 
prospect- see prospicer 
prostitut- see prostituer 
prostrat- see prosterner, prostrar 
protect- see proteger 
protoplasmat- see protoplasma 
provider [-vid-/-vis-/-vist-] {v} I. to see beforehand, foresee; II. to provide (1. "to provide for a future contingency"; 2. "to provide what is needed"); provider de to provide with; provider a to provide for
provis- see provider 
provist- see provider 
prussi- see prussic 
ptolema- see Ptolemeo 
puls- see pell- 
pun- see pena 
punct- see punger 
punctu- see puncto 
putrefact- see putrefacer 
quadru- see quadr- 
qual- see qualque 
qualc- see qualque 
qualit- see qualitate 
quan- see quam 
quantit- see quantitate 
quar- see quaranta 
quarter- see quartiero 
quest- see querer 
quiet- see quiescer 
quin- see quinqu- 
quintu- see quinte 
radiodiffus- see radiodiffunder 
ragi- see rage 
rangi- see rango 
rapt- see raper 
rarefact- see rarefacer 
ras- see rader 
ratio- see ration 
react- see reager 
recens- see recenser 
recept- see reciper 
recess- see receder 
reclus- see recluder 
recognit- see recognoscer 
recomposit- see recomponer 
rect- see reger 
recurs- see recurrer 
redact- see rediger 
redempt- see redimer 
reduct- see reducer 
refact- see refacer 
refect- see refic- 
reflex- see reflecter 
reflux- see refluer 
refract- see refranger 
refus- see refunder 
regress- see regreder 
reject- see rejic- 
relat- see referer 
relict- see relinquer 
reliqu- see relinquer 
remiss- see remitter 
remors- see remorder 
remot- see remover 
repast- see repascer 
repercuss- see repercuter 
reprehens- see reprehender 
repress- see reprimer 
repris- see reprender 
reproduct- see reproducer 
rept- see reper 
repuls- see repeller 
request- see requirer 
requisit- see requirer 
resciss- see rescinder 
rescript- see rescriber 
resect- see resecar 
resolu- see resolver 
resolut- see resolver 
resorpt- see resorber 
respect- see respicer 
respons- see responder 
restitut see restituer 
restrict- see restringer 
resurrect- see resurger 
retent- see retener 
reti- see rete 
retors- see retorquer 
retort- see retorquer 
retract- see retraher 
retrocess- see retroceder 
retrogress- see retrograd- 
retrospect- see retrospic- 
revers- see reverter 
revider [-vid-/-vis-/-vist-] {v} 1. to see (someone or something) again; 2. to review (to inspect or examine again); {also:} to revise
revis- see revider 
revist- see revider 
revolt- see revolver 
revolut- see revolver 
revuls- see reveller 
rheumat- see rheuma 
rhodon- see rhodo- 
ricc- see ric 
ricch- see ric 
-riger see reger 
ris- see rider 
-rite see rate 
ritu- see rito 
rocch- see rocca 
-ron see electron 
rotari- see Rotary 
-rrhagia see -rhagia 
-rrhin see rhin- 
-rrhiza see rhiz- 
rubefact- see rubefacer 
ruct- see rug- 
rupt- see rumper 
-s- see esser 
sacch- see sacco 
sacer- see sacro 
salt- see salir 
sanct- see sancir 
sangu- see sanguine 
sart- see sarcir 
sati- see satis 
scand- see scandinave 
scans- see scander 
schemat- see schema 
schismat- see schisma 
sciss- see scinder 
script- see scriber 
sculpt- see sculper 
se- see sex 
-secr- see sacre 
secret- see secern- 
sect- see secar 
seduct- see seducer 
select- see seliger 
semat- see sema- 
semp- see semper 
sens- see sentir 
sensu- see senso 
septem- see septe 
septen- see septe 
septim- see septe 
septu- see septe 
sess- see seder 
sextu- see sexte 
sexu- see sexo 
sicc- see sic 
-sider see seder 
silic- see siliqua 
simul- see simile 
sin- see semi- 
sinu- see sino 
-sipide see sapide 
-sipiente see sapiente 
sit- see sin- 
situ- see sito 
slovach- see slovac 
-smo see -ismo 
soli- see solide 
solu- see solver 
solut- see solver 
soup- see souper 
spars- see sparger 
spect- see spec- 
-sperger see sparger 
spermat- see sperma 
-spic- see spec- 
spiritu- see spirito 
spond- see spondeo 
spons- see also sponder 
sput- see spuer 
-sta see -ista 
statut- see statuer 
steat- see stear 
stigmat- see stigma 
-stituer see statuer 
stomat- see stoma 
strat- see stern- 
stratagemat- see stratagema 
strict- see stringer 
stronti- see Strontian 
struct- see struer 
stupefact- see stupefacer 
suas- see suader 
subject- see subjic- 
subjunct- see subjunger 
submers- see submerger 
submiss- see submitter 
subscript- see subscriber 
substitut- see substituer 
substruct- see substruer 
subtens- see subtender 
subtract- see subtraher 
subvent- see subvenir 
subvers- see subverter 
suc- see sub- 
success- see succeder 
succinct- see succinger 
succurs- see succurrer 
succuss- see succuter 
suct- see suger 
suf- see sub- 
suffix- see suffig- 
sug- see sub- 
suggest- see suggerer 
sulf- see sulfure 
sum- see sub- 
sumpt- see sumer 
sumptu- see sumpto 
sup- see sub- 
superposit- see superponer 
supposit- see supponer 
suppress- see supprimer 
sur- see sub- 
surpris- see surprender 
surrept- see surrep- 
surris- see surrider 
sus- see sub- 
suscept- see suscip- 
suspect- see suspic- 
suspens- see suspender 
sustent- see sustener 
sut- see suer 
syl- see syn- 
-sylv- see silva 
sym- see syn- 
symptomat- see symptoma 
syphil- see Syphilis 
systemat- see systema 
-ta see -ista 
tab- see tabula 
tabach- see tabaco 
tact- see tanger 
tapiss- see tapis 
tect- see teger 
tel- see tele- 
telescop- see telescopio 
tens- see tender 
-tent- see tender 
ter- see also tres 
text- see texer 
textu- see texto 
themat- see thema 
thom- see Thomas 
thyr-, thyro- see thyreo- 
-tic- see tacer 
tinct- see tinger 
-tiner see tener 
-tinger see tanger 
-tirp- see stirpe 
tons- see tonder 
torrefact- see torrefacer 
tors- see torquer 
tort- see torquer 
tost- see torrer 
tox- see toxic 
tract- see traher 
traduct- see traducer 
tragi- see tragic 
traject- see trajic- 
tran- see trans- 
transact- see transiger 
transcript- see transcriber 
transfix- see transfiger 
transfus- see transfunder 
transgress- see transgreder 
translat- see transferer 
transmiss- see transmitter 
transposit- see transponer 
transvers- see transverter 
tre- see tres 
triass- see trias 
tribu- see tribo 
tribut- see tribuer 
trinit- see trinitate 
trisect- see trisecar 
trit- see ter- 
trium- see tres 
trocha- see trocheo 
-tron see electron 
tumefact- see tumefacer 
tumultu- see tumulto 
turbo- see turbina 
turch- see turco 
tut- see tu- 
unct- see unguer 
unctu- see uncto (2) 
unit- see unitate 
universit- see universitate 
us- see ut- 
ust- see urer 
usufruct- see usufruer 
va pr of vader 1. go, goes; [grammatical function: auxiliary, forming the future or immediate future]; va! go!; io va comenciar I shall begin, I am going to begin va see also vader 
vacch- see vacca 
{Hence:} evader &; invader &; see verbal forms va, [van], [vamos] 
valetudin- see valetude 
vari- see variola 
vect- see veher 
veget- see vegetal 
velo- see velocipede 
vene- see veneno 
vers- see verter 
vet- see vetere 
vetus- see vetere 
vic- see viginti 
vict- see vincer 
victu- see victo 
vig- see viginti 
virtu- see virtute 
vis- see vider 
vist- see vider 
vitar {v} 1. to plant vines; 2. to screw, screw in -vitar see invitar 
{Hence:} benevolente etc.; volition; volitive; benevole etc.; see verbal forms [vol], [velle] 
volt- see volver 
volu- see volver 
volunt- see voluntate 
volupt- see voluptate 
volut- see volver 
vot- see vov-