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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

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A   B    C   D    E   F    G   H    I   J    K   L    M   N    O   P    Q   R    S   T    U   V    W   X    Y   Z

 
w
waist
waisted
waistline
waiter
wales
wall
wallia
wallpaper
walnut
wand
wandering
wanting
warm
wart
wash
wasp
waste
wasteland
wasting
watch
water
wattle
wattled
wave
waved
wavy
wax
waxy
way
wayside
we
weak
weakened
weakly
weakness
weather
weaver
weaving
web
wedge
weed
week
weekly
weeping
weft
weight
weld
well
well-developed
west
wet
wetland
wetness
wetted
what
wheat
when
whenever
where
wherefore
wherever
whether
which
while
whip
whirlpool
whiskey
white
whitewash
who
whole
wholly
whorl
why
wide
widely
widespread
wide-spreading
width
wild
wilderness
wildly
willow
willowy
wilt
wilted
wilting
wind
winding
windingly
window
windowed
wine
wine-bearing
wine-colored
wing
winged
wingless
winking
winter
wintering
wipe
wire
wiry
wise
witch
with
withdrawn
withe
withered
withering
within
without
withy
woad
wolf
woman
wonded
wonderful
wood
woodland
woody
wool
wool-bearing
woolly
word
work
world
worldwide
worm
worm-eaten
wormlike
worms
worm-shaped
wormy
worn-out
woronin
worse
worst
wort
would
wound
wounded
wounding
woven
wrapping
wreath
wrinkle
wrinkled
wrinkling
writing
written
wrong
wrongly

A work in progress, presently with preliminary A through R, and S, and with S (in part) through Z essentially completed.
Copyright © P. M. Eckel 2010-2017

 
 
 
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