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daemon , -is, -ium (noun)

a super natural being or spirit

Bart on Perverse Angels

 

de (preposition)

down, away from

Thomas Aquinas on the Activities of Ange

 

debeo 2 (verb)

to owe; ought, should

Avicenna on the Interior Senses

 

debilis , -e (adj.)

weak, feeble

Bartholemew on the Maid

 

debilito 1 (verb)

to weaken, maim

Bart on the Pelican

 

deduco 3 (verb)

to draw out, lead away

Bacon on the Cat

 

degener , is (adj.)

low born, base, degenerate

Bart on the Pelican

 

delectabilis , -e (adj.)

desireable

Averroes on the Soul

 

delectatio , -is (noun)

delight

William of Auvergne on No Singing in Hea

 

delecto 1 (verb)

to delight, charm

William of Auvergne on the Music of the

 

deleo 2 (verb)

to erase, delete

Avicenna on the Interior Senses

 

deliciae , -ae (noun)

delight, pleasure

Bede on Farming

 

denomino 1 (verb)

to designate, name

Thomas Aquinas on the Ranks of Angels

 

deperdo 3 (verb)

to destroy, ruin

Albertus Magnus on Veins and Arteries

 

depingo 3 (verb)

to depict, portray

Bartholomew on the Rainbow

 

deprimo 3 (verb)

to press down, weigh down, depress

Bacon on the Cat

 

derivo 1 (verb)

to lead off, draw off

Albertus Magnus on Veins and Arteries

 

descendo 3 (verb)

to come down, descend

Avicenna on the Elements

 

designo 1 (verb)

to name, call

Bartholomew on the Bellybutton

 

destituo 3 (verb)

to set down, leave behind, forsake

Hildegard on Pepper and Cumin

 

destructio , -is (noun)

destruction

William of Auvergne on Providence

 

detineo 2 (verb)

to hold back, detain

Bacon on the Cat

 

Deus , -i (noun)

God

Brigid on the Horse

 

devoro 1 (verb)

to eat, devour

Bartholomew on Sirens

 

dexter , -a, -um (adj.)

right, skilled

Bartholemew on Infancy

 

dico 3 (verb)

to say

Bart on Perverse Angels

 

differo irregular (verb)

to differ, be distinguished

Averroes on Unity of Intellect

 

digestus , -a, -um (adj.)

arranged, divided

Bart on Quicksilver

 

digitus , -i (noun)

finger

Bartholomew on the Bellybutton

 

dilato 1 (verb)

to extend, make wider

Bartholemew on Infancy

 

diligens , is (adj.)

careful, frugal, dilligent

Bart on the Pelican

 

disco 3 (verb)

to learn

Algazel on Prophecy

 

dispositio , -is (noun)

arrangement

Averroes on Unity of Intellect

 

dissolvo 3 (verb)

to loosen, separate, dissolve

Bart on the Asp

 

distensio , -is (noun)

movement, stretching

Avicenna on the Interior Senses

 

distinguo 3 (verb)

to separate, distinguish

Bartholomew on the Rainbow

 

diversum , -a, -um (adj.)

opposite, unlike, distinct

Bart on Dreams

 

docilis , -e (adj.)

docile

Bartholemew on the Maid

 

doctrina , -ae (noun)

knowledge, learning

Algazel on Prophecy

 

doleo 2 (verb)

to feel pain; to hurt, harm

Hildegard on Rivers

 

domo 1 (verb)

to tame

Albertus Magnus on the Unicorn

 

domus , -i (noun)

house

Gertrude on Sin and Virtue

 

dormio 4 (verb)

to sleep

Bart on Dreams

 

dubito 1 (verb)

to doubt

R. Grosseteste on Angels

 

ductilis , -e (adj.)

movable, ductile

Avicenna on Alchemy

 

dulcedo , -is (noun)

sweetness, charm

Bartholomew on Sirens

 

dulcis , -e (adj.)

sweet

Bartholomew on the Dead Sea

 

duo , -is, -e (adj.)

two

Bacon on the Eye

 

duplex , is (adj.)

double, twofold

William of Auvergne on the Music of the

 

dupliciter (adv.)

in two ways

Thomas Aquinas on Alchemy

 

durus , -a, -um (adj.)

hard

Bacon on the Eye

 

dyaphanus , -a, -um (adj.)

transparent

Bartholomew on the Eyes