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Wippericium, Guipry, St., Frankr. (Ille-et-Vilaine).

Wiprehteswilare, Niederwil, D., Schweiz (Aargau).

Wira, Wihra, Nfl. d. Pleiβe (Elster-Saale), Sachsen.

Wirasci, eh. Gau, Frankr. (Doubs).

Wirbeni, s. Wirbina 1.

Wirbina, 1. Werben, St., Preuβen (Sachsen); auch Wyrbina, Wirbeni, Viribeni. -- 2. s. Vitirbense.

Wirceburgum, s. Herbipolis.

Wirdinna, s. Werdena.

Wirdunum, s. Werdena u. Verodunum.

Wirelunstidi, Wiefelstede, D., Oldenburg.

Wirensis pagus, eh. Gau um Wierum. Niederl. (Friesland).

Wirgisi, Wergesi, Wiriesi, Würgassen, D., Preuβen (Westfalen).

Wiri, Wierischau, D., Preuβen (Schlesien).

Wiribeni, s. Wirbina 1.

Wiribennum, s. Wirbina 2.

Wiriesi, s. Wirgisi.

Wirmilaha, Würmla, D., Niederösterr.

Wirminseo, s. Vermis lacus.

Wirona, 1. Wieringen, Isl., Niederl. (Nordholland); auch Wironi. -- 2. s. Wironia.

Wironenses, s. Wironia.

Wironi, s. Wirona 1.

Wi-, Vi-, Vyronia, Wirona, -nenses, Withlandia, Wirland, Lschf., Esthland.

Wirra, s. Weraha.

Wirraha, s. Weraha u. Visurgis.

Wirzba, Jerasselwitz, D., Preuβen (Schlesien).

Wirzila, Winzeln, D., Württemberg (Schwarzwaldkr.).

Wisa, 1. Niederwiesen, D., Hessen (Rheinhessen). -- 2. Steinwiesen, D., Bayern (Oberfranken).

Wisara, s. Visurgis.

Wisatum, s. Visetum.

Wisbadena, s. Visbada.

Wisbia, Wisby, St., Schweden (Isl. Gotland).

Wisbircon, -pircon, Gr.- u. Kl. Wesenberg, D., Preuβen

(Schleswig-Holstein).

Wisericheswilare, Wiesertsweiler, D., Württemberg (Schwarzwaldkr.).

Wiserodi, Wisserodi, Wiesorode, D., Preuβen (Sachsen).

Wisibada, s. Visbada.

Wisingia, Visingsö, St., Schweden (Gotland).

Wisingsburgum, Wisingsborg, eh. Schl., Schweden (Gotland).

Wisla, s. Vistula.

Wislichon, s. Wisselikon.

Wislicla, Wieliczka, St., Galizien.

Wislo, Wisslo, Wyslo, Wesloe, eh. Oschf. b. Lübeck.

Wismaria, -meria, Wismar, St., Mecklenburg-Schwerin.

Wismeria, s. Wismaria.

Wisnona, s. Vicinomia.

Wisora, s. Visurgis.

Wispircon, s. Wisbircon.

Wissaha, Wissha, Weiβach, D., Württemberg (Neckarkr.).

Wisegrada, -um, Wischehrad, Vorst. v. Prag, Böhmen.

Wissegradum, 1. s. Wissegrada. -- 2. Visegrad, D., Ungarn (Pest).

Wisselikon, Wislichon, Wislikofen, D., Schweiz (Aargau).

Wisserodi, s. Wiserodi.

Wissha, s. Wissaha.

Wissitha, Wechte, D., Preuβen (Westfalen).

Wisslo, s. Wislo.

Wissula, s. Vistula u. Visurgis.

Wistriamchi, Westergina, Occidentalis pagus, eh. Gau, Niederl. (Friesland).

Wisumera, Wiβmar, D., Preuβen (Hessen-Nassau).

Wisura, s. Visurgis.

Wisuraha, s. Visurgis.

Wiswila, Weiβweil, D., Baden (Freiburg).

Witegislinga, Witzling, D., Bayern (Niederb.).

Witelcha, s. Vitelliacum.

Witelichon, Wittlingen, D., Baden (Lörrach).

Witelineswilare, Wittlensweiler, D., Württemberg (Schwarzwaldkr.).

Witenburna, Wittenborn, D., Preuβen (Schleswig-Holstein).

Witenowa, Wittnau, D., Schweiz (Aargau).

Witenwilare, Wittenweiler, D., Württemberg (Jagstkr.).

Withera, Ob.- u. Nied.-Wichtrach, D., Schweiz (Bern).

Withlandia, s. Wironia.

Withmotinga, s. Wigmodia.

Withmundi, s. Widmundi.

Withmuodi, s. Wigmodia.

Withostovici, Oberjohnsdorf, D., Preuβen (Schlesien).

Witikindi mons, s. Wedekindi mons.

Witinga,-gai, Hnutangai, Wittingen, St., Preuβen (Hannover).

Witingai, s. Witinga.

Witirbinensis, s. Vitirbense castrum.

Witisunga, -geno marca, Wettesingen, D., Preuβen (Hessen-Nassau).

Witisungeno, s. Witisunga.

Witkowa, Witkow, D., Böhmen (Pisek).

Witla, eh. Oschf. a. d. Mündung d. Maas.

Witmeri, Wittenar, eh. Oschf. b. Warburg, St., Preuβen (Westfalen).

Witra, s. Veytra.

Witsandum, Wissant, Mfl., Frankr. (Pas-de-Calais).

Witte(n)berga, s. Albiorium.

Wittliacum, s. Vitelliacum.

Wittovia, Wittow, Hbisl., Rügen.

Witzenburgum, s. Weissenburgum.

Wivulsum, Wibelsum, D., Preuβen (Hannover).

Wizenbrunno, Weiβenborn, D., Sachsen-Weimar.

Wizinburgensis, s. Alba 4.

Wizla, s. Vistula.

Wizzi, s. Wilzi.

Wizzla, s. Vistula.

Wlitava, s. Multavia.

Wltava, -we, -wia, s. Multavia.

Wodana, Wodna, D., Böhmen (Pilgram).

Wodehamum, Woodham, D., England (Essex).

Wolada, Walodo, Wildenhirsenhof, D., Hessen, (Starkenburg).

Wolavia, Wohlau, St., Preuβen (Schlesien).

Woldemaria, Wolmar, St., Ruβland (Livland).

Wolfaha, 1. Wolfach, St., Baden (Offenburg); auch Wolphaha. -- 2. Wolfach, Nfl. d. Donau, Bayern (Niederb.); auch Wolfvaha.

Wolfeggi, Wolfegg, D., Württemberg (Donaukr.).

Wolfenbuttela, s. Guelferbytum.

Wolferbytum, s. Guelferbytum.

Wolferdi agger, Wolferdyk, Isl., Niederlande (Zeeland).

Wolferswilare, Wolfartsweiler, D., Württemberg (Donaukr.).

Wolfertisruti, Wolfratisriuti, Wolfartsreute, D., Württemberg (Donaukr.).

Wolfoldis, Wolfholz, D., Bayern (Schwaben).

Wolfratisriuti, s. Wolfertisruti.

Wolmensis vicus, Wommen, D., Preuβen (Ostpreuβen).

Wolmuotha, Wolnzach, Mfl., Bayern (Oberb.).

Wolmuotinga, Wollmatingen, D., Baden (Konstanz).

Wolphaha, s. Wolfaha 1.

Wolpotswendi, Wolpertschwende, D., Württemberg (Donaukr.).

Wolprandis, Wolfratz, D., Württembern (Donaukr.).

Wolrowa, Wollerau, D., Schweiz (Schwyz).

Wolsatorum pagus, s. Vetus terra.

Wolvaha, s. Wolfaha 2.

Wolvinwilare, Wolfenweiler, D., Baden (Freiburg).

Wonclava, s. Wanzeleva.

Worcestria, s. Vigornia.

Wormacensis, -cinsis pagus, s. Wormazfelda.

Wormacium, s. Vormatia.

Wormaecinsis pagus, s. Wormazfelda.

Wormatia, s. Vormatia.

Wormatiensis civ., s. Vormatia.

Wormazfelda, Wormaciensis, -macensis, -maecinsis od. Wangionum pagus, d. Wormsgau, Rheinhessen u. Rheinpfalz.

Worminium, Wormhout, St., Frankr. (Nord).

Wortha, s. Varta.

Worthsati, -tzati, s. Wursatia.

Wosagus, s. Vosegus.

Wosega, s. Vosegus.

Wratislai, Wratislaw, D., Böhmen (Pardubitz).

Wratislavia, Vratis-, Vresce-, Brez-, Braus-, Brathas-, Wratizlavia, Wrotiz-, Fretislava, Wrotizla, Wratis-, Vraclavieusis episcopatus, Brezlawensis, -laensis, Bretizlavensis civitas, Breslau, St., Preuβen (Schlesien).

Wratislaviensis, s. Wratislavia.

Wratizlavia, s. Wratislavia.

Wrethum, Fredenna, -thinna, -theni, Frethunensis civitas, Vreden, St., Preuβen (Westfalen).

Wrotizla, s. Wratislavia.

Wrotizlava, s. Wratislavia.

Wuda, s. Buda.

Wuelferbitum, s. Guelferbytum.

Wulda, s. Fuldaha.

Wuldensis, s. Fuldense coenob.

Wultawa, s. Multavia.

Wulvena, Wulfen, D., Anhalt.

Wurcza terra, Burzenland, Lschf., Siebenbürgen.

Wuringensis civitas, Worringen, Mfl., Preuβen (Rheinprov.).

Wurrena, s. Wurzena.

Wursatia, -torum terra, Worthsati, -zati, Wersaci, Wursten, Lschf. a. d. Mündung d. Weser, Hannover.

Wursatorum terra, s. Wursatia.

Wurtemberga, Württemberg.

Wurzena, Wurrena, Wurzen, St., Sachsen (Leipzig).

Wyda, s. Weida.

Wydenla, s. Widenla.

Wyesela, s. Vesalia 2.

Wyndus, s. Winda.

Wyrbina, s. Wirbina 1.

Wyrdina, s. Werdena.

Wyrum, Weringhof, D., Preuβen (Westfalen).

Wysala, s. Vistula.

Wysla, s. Vistula.

Wyslo, s. Wislo.

Xancontium, Sanconium, Tinconcium, Sancoins, St., Frankr. (Cher.).

Xanctum, s. Xantae.

Xantae, tis, tum, ctum, Sanctum, ctae, tae, cti, tena, ctensis

civitas, Zanctum, Ad Sanctos, Troja minor od. secunda, Xanten, St., Preuβen

(Rheinprov.).

Xantis, s. Xantae.

Xantum, s. Xantae.

Xera equitum, Badajoz, St., Spanien (Estremadura).

Xeresium, Asta regia, Xeres de la Frontera, St., Spanien (Andalus.).

Xiphonia, ius portus, eh. Oschf. am Capo di S. Croce, Sizilien.

Xuthia, Sutera, St., Sizilien.

Yarmutum, Yermutha, Jarmuthum, Garianonum, Great Yarmouth, St., England

(Norfolk).

Ybrejum, s. Ibrejum.

Ybsa, s. Ipsa 2.

Ydruntum, s. Idrontum.

Yermutha, s. Yarmutum.

Ylarus, s. Illara.

Ylla, s. Ella 2.

Ymera, s. Imera.

S. Ymeri vallis, St. Immer, St., Schweiz (Bern).

Yoghalia, Youghal, St., Irland.

Ypinum, Picciano, Mfl., Ital. (Teramo).

Ypera, s. Ipsa.

S. Ypoliti coenobium, s. Sampolitanum.

Yposa, Ispinum, Yepes, St., Spanien (Neukastilien).

Ypra, s. Ipra.

Ypretum, s. Ipra.

Ysenacum, Isenacum, Hysnacum, Eisenach, St., Sachsen Weimar.

Ysera, s. Isara.

Ysla, s. Issula. [sic: no such listing in edition]

Ysona, s. Isana.

Yspera, Isper, Mfl., Niederösterr.

Ysra, Iser, Nfl. d. Elbe, Böhmen.

Yssche insula, Ischia, Isl., Ital. (Neapel).

Ystenses, s. Estonia.

Ytumna, s. Icauna.

Yvodium, s. Ivodium, Ivosium u. Carniacum.

S. Yvonis fanum, s. Cetobriga.

Zabarna, s. Tabernae Alsatiae.

Zabatus maior od. minor, Gr.- u. Kl.-Zab, verein. Zabala, Nfl. d. Tigris, Asien.

Zaberna, s. Tabernae montanae.

Zabernia, s. Tabernae Alsatiae.

Zabesus, Szasz-Sebes (Mühlbach), St., Ungarn (Szeben).

Zabothus, s. Silentius mons.

Zabrena, s. Tabernae Alsatiae.

Zafusensis, s. Probatopolis.

Zagrabia, -avia, Zagrabiensis od. Graecensis montis civitas, Agranum, Agram, St., Kroatien-Slaw.

Zagrabiensis, s. Zagrabia.

Zagravia, s. Zagrabia.

Zahlburgum, Salberg, D., Norwegen.

Zaladia, s. Zaladium.

Zaladiensis comitatus, Komitat v. Zala, Ungarn.

Zaladium, -ia, Zala, Ungarn (Zala).

Zambia, s. Sambia.

Zam-, Samoscium, Zamoseium, Zamosz, D., Preuβen (Posen).

Zanctum, s. Xantae.

Zaphas, s. Joppa.

Zara, s. Sora.

Zarandiensis comitatus, d. eh. Komitat v. Sarand, Ungarn (Bihar).

Zarax, Hieraka, D., Griechenl. (Morea).

Zarensis, s. Zeringia.

Zaringia, s. Zeringia.

Zaringii, s. Zeringia.

Zarmigethusa, Zarmizegethusa, s. Ulpia Trajana.

Zaslavium, Sasslaw, St., Ruβland (Wolhynien), Zaspi, Kampen, D., Preuβen (Schlesien).

Zatecensis, Lucensis circulus, d. Saazer Kreis, Böhmen.

Zatensis, s. Silentius mons.

Zathmariensis comitatus, d. Komitat v. Szatmar, Ungarn.

Zazatum, s. Sosatium.

Zazav(i)ensis, s. Sazawa.

Zazoa, s. Sazawa.

Zcewena, s. Kevena.

Zcickara, Zickra, D., Sachsen-Weimar.

Zcinna, s. Cinna 2.

Zcirizspani, s. Circipani.

Zcucha, s. Czucha.

Zea, Julia, Gail, Nfl. d. Drau (Donau), Tirol u. Kärnten.

Zeacollis, s. Zeapolis.

Zeapolis, Zeacollis, Tricollis, Dinckelspuhla, Dunkelspila, Dinkelsbühl, St., Bayern (Mittelfranken).

Zedemundi villa, eh. Oschf. b. Münster, Westfalen.

Zedlica, -censis civitas, Zettlitz, D., Böhmen (Karlsbad).

Zedlicensis, s. Zedlica.

Ze(e)landia, s. Selandia.

Zefflicensis, s. Zephlica.

Zeina, s. Seyna.

Zeizinmuri, Zeiselmauer, D., Niederösterr.

Zelandia, s. Selandia.

Zelasium promontorium, Cap Stavros, Vgb., Griechenl. (Thessalien).

Zeldepa, Szelepsa, D., Türkei (Ostrumelien).

Zeleia, Kazarklar, D., Türkei (Kleinasien).

Zelemonensis pagus, eh. Gau, Niederl. (Geldern).

Zella, s. Cella.

Zellia, Zilah, St., Ungarn (Szilagy). Zellinga, Zellingen, D., Bayern (Unterfranken).

Zelonia, s. Selonensis.

Zelza, Selz, D., Böhmen (Leitmeritz).

Zempliniensis comitatus, d. Komitat v. Zemplin, Ungarn.

Zenuva, Znuvia, Schney (Schnai), D., Bayern (Oberfranken).

Zephlica, Zefflicensis vicus, Saffligi, Zifflich, D., Preuβen (Rheinprov.).

Zephyria, Acita, Acythus, Milo, Isl., ägäisches Meer (Griechenl.).

Zerbis, s. Servesta 1.

Zeringia, Zaringii, Saringia (Zarensis), Zähringen, D., Baden (Freiburg).

Zernae, s. Statio Tsiernensis.

Zernensium colonia, s. Statio Tsiernensis.

Zernes, s. Statio Tsiernensis.

Zeymae, Seyny, St., Ruβland (Suwalki).

Zigardii villa, Siegersdorf, D., Preuβen (Schlesien).

Zigaris, s. Augusta Vindelicorum.

Zilis, s. Julia Zilis.

Zimb(e)ra, Zimmern, D., Preuβen (Sachsen).

Zimbra, 1. s. Zimbera. -- 2. Herrenzimmern, D., Württemberg (Schwarzwaldkr.); auch Ancencimbra.

Zin-, Cingari, d. Zigeuner.

Zinnensis, s. Cinna 2.

Zinzinwilare, Cincioneswilare, Zinsweiler, D., Elsaβ (Hagenau).

Zionza, Schonz, Nfl. d. Kamp (Donau), Oberösterr.

Zirbia, s. Sorabi.

Zirichaea, -riczaea, s. Sirixensis.

Ziridava, Szöreg, St., Ungarn (Torontal).

Zirwisti, s. Servesta 1.

Zittavia, s. Sitavia.

Ziusla, Schwissel, D., Preβen (Schleswig-Holstein).

Ziza, s. Siza.

Zizani, Cziczani, Zitzen, D., Preuβen (Brandenburg).

Zizaria, Cizuris, Ciceres, Zizers, D., Schweiz (Graubünden).

Zizi, Strahof, D., Böhmen (Tepl).

Zlechoviensis, s. Cechoviensis.

Zlesia, s. Silesia.

Zlesie mons, s. Silentius mons.

Zlezia, s. Silesia.

Zleznensis, s. Silesia.

Zlomici, s. Glomaci.

Znena, Znin, St., Preuβen (Posen).

Znioclaustensis pagus, d. Bezirk v. Znio-Valalja, D., Ungarn (Turoc).

Znoima, Znoyma, s. Snewnia.

Znuvia, s. Zenuva.

Zobtena, s. Silentius mons.

Zobtensis mons, s. Silentius mons.

Zoliensis comitatus, d. Komitat v. Zolyom (Sohl), Ungarn.

Zollinga, Zolling, D., Bayern (Oberb.).

Zolnerum, Zolre castr., Hohenzollern, Schl., Schwaben.

Zolre, s. Zolnerum.

Zolvera, Zolver, D., Luxemburg.

Zorbiga, s. Sorbiga.

Zorlanae, Strolanae, Zyringae, eh. Oschf. b. Adrianopel, St., Türkei (Rumelien).

Zorogeltinga, Zorneding, D., Bayern (Oberb.).

Zotensis, s. Silentius mons.

Zowengonia, s. Suencua.

Zozatum, s. Sosatium.

Zraphela, s. Scrapelo.

Ztadici, -diczi, s. Stadici.

Zuarina, s. Squirsina.

Zaurinensis, s. Squirsina.

Zuencua, s. Suencua.

Zuenkowa, s. Suencua.

Zuercensis, s. Turicum.

Zuetla, s. Zwetla.

Zulfaltilo, s. Zwifeltum.

Zuifaltum, s. Zwifeltum.

Zulichium, -chovium, Züllichau, St., Preuβen (Brandenburg).

Zulichovium, s. Zulichium.

Zulpiacum, s. Tolbiacum.

Zulsbacum, s. Solisbacum.

Zultzbacum, s. Solisbacum.

Zumi, Thum, St., Sachsen (Zwickau).

Zurbici, s. Sorbiga.

Zurza, s. Zurzacha.

urzacha, Zurziaca, -cum, Zurza, Certiacum, Zurzach, St., Schweiz (Aargau).

Zurziaca, -cum, s. Zurzacha.

Zusidava, eh. Oschf. b. Ulmu, St., Rumänien.

Zutfania, s. Sutfania.

Zutphania, s. Sutfania.

Zuwilare, Zuzwilare, Zuzwil, D., Schweiz (Bern).

Zuzes, Zuoz (Zuz), D., Schweiz (Graubünden).

Zuzwilare, s. Zuwilare.

Zventina, Schwentine, Fl. (Ostsee), (Holstein).

Zvini, -num, s. Svidnitium.

Zvivalta, s. Zwifeltum.

Zwerais, Zuggers, D., Niederösterr.

Zwetla, -lum, Zuetla, Czwettla, Swietla, Zwettl, St., Niederösterr.

Zwickowa, Cygnea, -eum, Cynavia, Zwickau, St., Sachsen.

Zwifeltum, Zwivulda, -fulda, -valtaha, Zuifaltum, -faltilo, Zvivalta, Zwivildense, -veldense coenobium, Duplex aqua, Duplices aquae, Zwifalten, D., Württemberg (Donaukreis).

Zwinga, Schwinge, Nfl. d. Elbe, Preuβen (Hannover).

Zwini, s. Swidnitium.

Zwivaltaha, s. Zwifeltum.

Zwiveldense coenobium, s. Zwifeltum.

Zwivildense coenobium, s. Zwifeltum.

Zwivulda, s. Zwifeltum.

Zwolla, -ae, s. Swollis.

Zylium, Chillon, Schl., Schweiz (Waadt).

Zyringae, s. Zorlanae.
a, ab prep with abl 1. by, by means of CH36/21m, etc; EK23/33, etc; EL16/9, etc; LI341/28, etc; WL78/24, etc; 2. in a particular direction, on WL219/25; a dextris on the right EK204/15, etc; a sinistris on the left EK204/18, etc; 3. from, out of (expressing separation or release) CH46/321, etc; EK26/8, etc; EL3/9, etc; IC43/26, etc; LI762/13, etc; WL247/15, etc; 4. from (a source or point of origin) CH717/23, etc; EK734/7, etc; EL22/16, etc; IC652/15, etc; WL3/6, etc; 5. from (with verbs of asking or the like) CH616/21; EL230/2; 6. from (a point in time) CH65/18, etc; EK731/15, etc; EL16/30, etc; IC479/8; LI316/14, etc; ab antiquo of old EK324/19, etc; EL139/3--4; IC13/28; LI316/9; WL218/4; in correlation with 'in' a tempore in tempus from time to time CH119/30-1, etc; 7. (expressing a length of time) for CH77/32; WL215/352, etc; 8. with respect to, as regards LI328/3; 9. in mixed E and L texts a occasionally functions as a vernacular preposition meaning 'to' before E phrases, eg, a le May poole to the maypole CH298/24; a lez waytes to the waits EK103/32; a lez Iustys IC16/10, etc; hence by extension a mimis to performers EK742/32 (where CL would use dative); a proclamare to proclaim EK758/16 or a fauendo to nurture EK749/16 (where CL would use ad + gd or gdve); a usum opusque (instead of CL ad usum opusque) at the need and requirement (of) EK764/13; 10. in various idioms ab olim of old, formerly EK307/36; a diu WL215/35 or adiu est WL216/15 for a long time; a retro in arrears, used of payments of money (usually written as one word) CH153/31-2, etc; EK956/15, etc; EL26/14, etc; W413/8, etc

abbacia, -e n f abbey, religious house under the authority of an abbot or abbess LI342/11; abbathia SH159/19, etc

abbas, -atis n m 1. abbot, head of a monastery CH716/17, etc; EK24/14, etc; H189/9, etc; LI341/13, etc; SH126/32m, etc; SM173/35; W397/34, etc; WL215/19, etc; 2. title of the leader of a May game at Shrewsbury SH176/38, etc, or the name of the game itself SH203/12; see p SH658 (endnote to SRO: 3365/430, f [6v])

abbatissa, -e n f abbess, head of a house of nuns OX3/7, etc

abbettamentum, -i n nt instigation, abetment LI609/33

Abendonia see Abundonia

aberratus, -a, -um adj divergent (from a norm or standard), out of kilter OX427/29 [cp OLD aberro]

abettans, -ntis prp abetting, aiding CH616/12

abinde conj 1. from that place, thence CH716/20, etc; 2. from that time, thereafter CH718/32; WL4/1

abiuro, -are, -aui, -atum v tr to abjure, renounce OX8/23

ablego, -are, -aui, -atum v tr literally to banish, hence to expel (ie, from university) OX530/12

abolicio, -onis n f (formal) pardon (ie, from a criminal offence) EL208/23

abreuio, -are, -aui, -atum v tr to shorten LI5/11

absento, -are, -aui, -atum v intr to be absent OX3/11, SX20/19

absoletus, -a, -um for obsoletus [OLD]

absolucio, -onis n f absolution, the formal assurance of forgiveness from sin or remission of a penalty, such as excommunication, incurred for committing a sin in ecclesiastical law EK608/15, etc; H99/35, etc; L75/18, etc; LI58/26; SH59/28; SM77/36, etc; SX38/32; W369/17m; WL235/31

absoluo, -ere, -ui, -utum v tr 1. to absolve, forgive a sin or the penalty or sentence for sin C408/25, C841/21; CH681/38, etc; EK608/16, etc; EL208/24, etc; H171/20, etc; L75/21, etc; LI313/16, etc; SH327/6, etc; SM239/14, etc; SX41/24, etc; W356/3m, etc; WL235/32, etc; 2. to complete, finish, bring to perfection (eg, a work of art) C283/5

Abundonia, -e n f Abingdon, site of an important Benedictine house OX3/19; Abendonia OX33/37

abusio, -onis n f misuse, abuse, used of a custom or practice CR504/3

abusus, -us n m misuse, abuse, used of a custom or practice H57/15; SH5/36

abuttans, -ntis prp abutting on, sharing a common boundary (used in describing a plot of land) L77/19

ac see atque

academia, -e n f the university, whether considered as a physical site C229/17, etc; an institution C229/12, etc; or a community of persons C236/7, etc; (not differentiated) OX135/34, etc

academicus, -a, -um adj 1. of or pertaining to the university C295/29, etc; OX497/12, etc; 2. m pl as sbst members of the university of whatever status C283/2, etc; OX218/17m, etc; f sg as sbst the university OX217/20

accedens, -ntis sbst nt a drawing near, approach: see per

accedo, -dere, -ssi, -ssum v intr with 'ad' + acc 1. to come to, attend, visit BR5/35-6; SX24/4; 2. prp H99/9m

accepto, -are, -aui, -atum v tr 1. literally to receive or accept (something) OX42/9, etc; 2. hence to receive or accept (something) as true or sufficient EK880/5; H150/18, etc; LI58/29; SH325/20, etc; 3. by extension to receive (someone) into a given status or relationship OX491/15

accersitus, -a, -um adj literally brought in from elsewhere, foreign, hence sought-after, recherché WL257/10

accido, -ere, -i v intr to fall within a certain period of time (defined by abl phr or 'infra' + acc) EL35/12; H111/2, etc

accipio, -ipere, -epi, -eptum v tr 1. to receive or accept (something) IC510/5; 2. accipere super se literally to take upon one's self, hence to undertake (a task or responsibility) IC7/9--10

accomodacio, -onis n f (act of) lending LI350/32, etc

aceciam var of atque etiam [OLD atque 4b]

acer, acris, acre adj sharp, harsh; see uinum

Achilles, -is n m Achilles, a Greek hero of the Trojan War: named as a character in the play Ajax Flagellifer OX308/3; named as a representative of military prowess IC425/14

acquerenda var of acquirenda [OLD acquiro]

acquietantia, -ae n f acquittance, a written receipt or discharge from debt OX519/38, etc; acquietansia IC34/25; acquitantia OX522/23

acquieto, -are, -aui, -atum v tr 1. to acquit (someone from a charge) OX9/25; 2. hence pfp pass quit, freed from specified obligations, in this case, from the conditions of a bond L36/4

acra, -e n f acre, measurement of land which varied in size by region, standardized in the late 13th century as 4840 square yards LI103/33; SM179/14, etc [OEDO]

actio, -onis n f 1. activity, action; work (as opposed to leisure) C316/22; 2. performance (of a play or dialogue) C94/22, etc; hence scenica actio, stage production, theatrical performance C308/25, etc; 3. legal action, lawsuit CH78/19; EL230/26, etc; LI341/20, etc; here apparently in a church court L75/20; see also preclusio

actito, -are, -aui, -atum v tr to put on (a play or the like), perform OX136/22

actor, -oris n m 1. literally a doer, one who acts, hence participant; when used of a participant in a play, it is unclear whether its meaning is restricted to actors in the modern sense C94/17, etc; LI5/19, LI203/22m; used of participants in a school play DR171/43; hence actor scaenicus stage player EK226/15; fabule actor play actor LI238/5-6; hence actor OX37/36 (where 'actor' translates E 'player'), etc; 2. complainant in a lawsuit, plaintiff EK947/27

actum, -i n nt 1. action, doing OX542/21, etc; 2. by extension legal proceedings, action (sometimes used of the record of such proceedings) DR222/41 (in form act<.>); EK947/28, etc; OX258/39, etc; SX179/20m; acta (f) EK20/12; 3. administrative or legislative decision, act OX481/34



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