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radius , -i (noun)

beam, ray (of light)

Al-Farabi on the Intellect

 

radix , -is (noun)

root, basis

Bartholomew on the Bellybutton

 

rapio 3 i-stem (verb)

to steal

Bartholemew on the Gryphon

 

rarus , -a, -um (adj.)

rare, uncommon

Bartholomew on the Rainbow

 

ratio , -is (noun)

reason

Bartholemew on Madness

 

receptaculum , -i (noun)

receptacle

William of Auvergne on Spiders

 

rectus , -a, -um (adj.)

straight, upright; right

Abelard on Sin

 

recupero 1 (verb)

to recover

Bartholomew on Sulfur

 

reluceo 2 (verb)

to shine back, shine out

Bartholomew on the Rainbow

 

remaneo 2 (verb)

to stay behind, remain

Bacon on the Scholar

 

remotus , -a, -um (adj.)

distant

Bartholemew on the Spider

 

reprehendo 3 (verb)

to blame, reprehend

Abelard on Sin

 

repugno 1 (verb)

to resist, fight back

Bartholomew on Leprosy

 

requiro 3 (verb)

to look for; to need

Albertus Magnus on Veins and Arteries

 

res , -ei (noun)

Thing, matter, affair

Averroes on the Soul

 

resono 1 (verb)

to resound

William of Auvergne on the Music of the

 

resplendeo 2 (verb)

to shine

Bartholomew on the Rainbow

 

respondeo 2 (verb)

to respond

Albertus Magnus on Alchemy

 

reticulum , -i (noun)

small net

William of Auvergne on Providence

 

retineo 2 (verb)

to hold back, restrain

Hildegard on the Planets and the Firmame

 

rex , -is (noun)

king

Ockham on Franciscan Poverty

 

roboro 1 (verb)

to strengthen

Bartholomew on the Eagle

 

rotunditas , -is (noun)

roundness

Bartholomew on the Bellybutton

 

rumpo 3 (verb)

to break, destroy

Bartholemew on the Spider