Latin words and expressions/C

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Latin words and expressions starting with the letter C.

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c.,can.
canonicus
ca.
circa
cant.
cantor
capell.
capellanus
civ.
civis, civissa
cod.
codex
cojug.
conjuges
com.
comes, comitis, comitissa
conj.
conjug(i)alis
conjug.
conju(n)x
Cons.eccl.Rom.Smtis
Consuetis ecclesiae Romanae Sacramentis
cop.
copulata, copulatus
C.S.
consiliarius
cust.
custos


cac(c)abus
cooking pot
cacelanus
chaplain
cachexia
the green disease
cacubarius
(profession) oven tiler
cadaver
corpse
caduceator
negotiator; bridgebuilder, roadmaker
caecus
blind
cae-, coe-, celebs (-libis)
single, unmarried man
cae-, coelibatus
unmarried
caelator
metal carver, engraver
caelator ferarius
metal cutter, stamp cutter
caelator gemmarum
gemmologist, gemstone carver
caelator monetarium
coin die cutter
caelator typorum
letter cutter
caelum abiit (in...)
has gone to heaven
caementarius
stonecarver, stonemason
calcarius
nail smith
calcearius, calceator calcianius, calceolarius, calciarius
shoemaker
calciferrator
horseshoe smith
calculus
calculating pfennig (nl) (pfennig used in combination with a board to be able to calculate)
calendae
first day of the month
calida febri
by a hot fever
califex
shoemaker
caligarius
sockmaker; soldiers-aid
caligator
sockmaker, trousers maker
callifex
laarzenfabrikant
cambitor
money-changer
camerarius
chamberlain
campa
excuse
campæ
excuses
campana
clock
campana decimalis
decimal clock
campanæ
clocks
campanula
small clock, bell
campanulæ
bells
campi custos
local policeman (guard of the fields)
campi pars
tax paid in the form of fruits/vegetables
campus
open field, plain; battlefield
cancellarius
chancellor
candelarum artifex
candle-maker
candidarius
bleacher
canisius
dogs (small)
canonicus
canon (priest)
cantatum
sung
cantor
singer
cantrifex, cantrifusor
tingieter
capellanus/ni
chaplain/s
capellania castralis
territory of a chapel and its chaplain - originally connected to a castel (often a territory is a chapels territory before becoming a parish)
capellanus
chaplain, underpriest
capellula
small chapel
capillamentarius
wig-maker
capitagium
capital tax, head tax
capitaneus
(mil.) captain
capitaneus equestris
(mil) cavelry captain
caponator
innkeeper
caput
head
carbonarius
coal burner
carcanum
necklace of iron to prevent criminals of escaping
carcer
dungeon, underground prison
caretarius
driver
carnifex, carnificis
executioner; butcher
carpentarius
timmerman; carriage maker
carrura
wagon, carriage
carta
charter, deed
castellana
viscountess
castellania
most important legal and civil organisation structure in the county of Flanders. It's head was the viscount.
castellanus
castle lord, viscount
castellum, castrum
keep
catabolensis
cargo driver
catalogus confirmatorum
namelist of the people who recieved the sacrament of confirmation
cataphractarius
cuirassier
catarrhus
catarrh
catholicus
catholic
catopt(r)icus
mirror-maker
caupo
innkeeper, winetapper, brew-master
caupona
inn; shop
causa mortis
cause of death
causa uxoris
uit hoofde van het huwelijk
causidicus
lawyer
cautio, cavere
be carefull; bail
cavere de rato
remain bail as long as the most important debtor accepts it for good
cecus
blind
cedere
pass over
celebrare
celebrate
celebratus
celebrated
celebravi
I have celebrated
celebs, coelebs
unmarried
cellarius
kitchen or cellar master
cementarius
stonemason
cemeterio
on the graveyard
cenotaphium
monument in the honour of somebody who's corpse is not present
censor librorum
censor (Catholic Church), a church official who approves and, if necessary, removes material from texts for publication
censuarius
leaseholder (hereditary), long-lease tenant
census
tax
census hereditas
leasehold (hereditary), long-lease tenant
centenarius, centarius
person who has 100 years
centesimo
hundred
centesimus
a hundredst (fraction)
centum
hundred
centurio
(mil.) captain, commander over hundered men
centurio equestris
cavelry captain
cerarius
wax-maker
cerdo
shoemaker, unschooled, handlaborer,tanner
certa, certum, certus
certain
ceterus
other
c(h)elista
violist, violin builder, violin player
chiliarcha
(mil.) colonel
chirotecarius
gloves maker
chirotheragius,chirotherarius
healer (less renowned than a medic), surgeon
chirurgus (juratus)
(sworn) healer, surgeon
christiane
in christian methods
cimiterium
graveyard
cingularius
belt-maker
circa
circa
circiter
around
circa primam matutinam
around one o'clock in the morning
circa secundam nocturnam
around two o'clock in the night
circa undecimam antemeridianam
around eleven o'clock in the forenoon
circa duodecimam diurnam
at twelve o'clock in the day
circa meridiem
around midday
circa tertiam pomeridianam
around three o'clock in the afternoon
circa quintam vespertinam
around five o'clock in the evening
circa undecimam nocturnam
around eleven o'clock in the night
circa vesperam
in the evening
circulator
marketeer; quackerist
civis
citizen (male)
civissa
citizen (female)
civitas
city
clancula
in secret
clarissimus
very famous
clarum vivorum propagines
family tree
clauculo
in secret
claudus
limp
clericus
clergy; apprentice; academic, savent
clericus scabinorum
alderman's clerk, sheriff's clerk
clibanarius
baker; oven mason; (mil.) cuirassier
clusor
(iron) smith; hunting aid
coadjunctor
added, help
cocus
cook
codex
handwriting
coelebs
unmarried, single
coelibatus
unmarried status
coemeterio
graveyard
cognatio, congationis
blood relative on mother's side
cognatus
blood relative on father's side (??mother??)
cognita/tus
relative (known)
cognomen
familyname
collactanea
breastfeeding sister (not a real sister, but feeding from the same woman)
collactaneus
breastfeeding brother (not a real brother, but feeding from the same woman)
collateralis
relative by blood in a sideways manner
collator
who has to right to assign a position
collybista
coinmaker
colonellus
colonel
colonia
leased farm
colonus
peasant, farmer, builder, colonial, citizen, inhabitant
colorator
painter
combusta, combustus
burned
comes
count
comitin
of the count
comitissa
countess
commater
godmother (female godparent)
commendator
commander
commendator provincialis
landkomtuur, landkommandeur (over een balije van een ridderorde)
commissarius
commissar, agent
commissio
task, trial, assignment
commorans
stying at, living in
commorans apud
stying with, living with
commorare
to stay
commutator
money-changer
communicantes
communicans
communitas
village, community
comparare
appear
compater, compatris
godfather
compere
godfather
compositor calopodiorum
woodenshoes-maker
compositor vaginarum
scabbard maker
comprivignus
fellow stepson
computus
account
concillium Tridentinum
the Council of Trent
concubinatus
an alternative marriage with the Romans (with concubine, typically if women cannot pay dowry)
concursus
exam to become a priest
condicta
bride, betrothed
condictus
groom, bridegroom
condimentarius
spice-seller, grocer, pharmacist, druggist
conditio
profession
conditione (sub-)
(under) conditions
confamiliaris
belonging to the family
confesso
confession
confessione et extrema unctione praemunitus
given the last sacrements (confession and Holy Oils)
confessus
confessed
confirmati
people who recieved sacrament of confirmation
confirmatorum (registrum)
registry of people who recieved sacrament of confirmation
confirmatus
having obtained the sacrarment of confirmation
congeneralis
relative, familymember
coniu(c)s
husband
coniuga
spouse
coniugae
belonging to the spouse
coniugatoren
married people
coniuges
married couple
coniugis
belonging to the husband
coniugum
married couple (pl. genitive)
coniuncti
married couple
coniunx
the husband, the spouse
coniunxi matrimonio
joined in matrimony
coniux
often seen in texts as genitive of the plural of "conjugum", married couple
conjugalis
married
conjugata, conjugatus
married
conjugatio
marriage, wedding
conjugere
give away in marriage
conjuges
married couple
conjugiale, conjugialis
(adj.) marriage (of the)
conjugium
to go into marriage
conjugum
being married
conjuncta, conjunctus
(adj) married, related
conjuncti fuerunt,-sunt
are married
conjunctio
marriage, relationship; relatives
conju(n)x, coniu(c)s, contectalis
husband, man
conjurgatus
married
connubium
marriage
consanguineus, -nea
blood relative
consanguinitas, -tatis
of the blood relation
conscabinus
fellow alderman
consensu meo
with my consent
consensu parentum
with the consent of the parents
consensu pastoris
with the consent of the priest
consensu quorum interest
with the consent of the people involved
consiliarius
council member
consobrina
tantesdochter van moederszijde, dochter van moederszuster, volle of eigen nicht
consobrinus
volle neef, gezusters kinderen, kind van iemands oom of tante
consobrina magnus
kleindochter van de zuster van de grootmoeder
consobrinus magnus
kleinzoon van de zuster van de grootmoeder
consocer
mede-schoonvader
consors
gemaal, echtgenoot, man
con(e)stabul(-arius),(-us)
konstabel, politieagent, bewaker
consortis
gemaal, echtgenoot, man
consuetis ecclesiae (Romanae) sacramentis
met de gebruikelijke sacramenten van de (Roomse) Kerk
consul
raadsheer, vaak ook burgemeester
contectalis
echtgenoot, man, echtgenote, vrouw
conthoralis
echtgenote
contractante nuptiali
huwelijkse voorwaarden
contrahunt
huwen
contrahunt matrimonium
zij sluiten een huwelijk
contraxerunt
het huwelijk aangegaan
contraxerunt matrimonium
sloten een huwelijk
contraxit sponsalia
deden trouwbelofte, ondertrouw
contribulis
stamgenoot, verwant
conubium
huwelijk
conversus (ad fidem catholeam)
bekeerd (tot het katholiek geloof), bekeerling
copiae
legers
copula conjugalis
echtverbintenis, echtvereniging
copulanda, copulandus
trouwer, persoon die wil huwen
copulare
kerkelijk trouwen
copulata, copulatus
(bn) gehuwd, getrouwd, getrouwde, gehuwde
copulatio
kerkelijke huwelijksvoltrekking
copulatio coram
huwelijksvoltrekking in tegenwoordigheid van, -ten overstaan van
copulati fuere, -fuerunt, -sunt
zij zijn getrouwd
coqua
keukenmeid
coquus
kok
coram
ten overstaan van, in tegenwoordigheid van
coram judice
ten overstaan van de rechter
coram me infrascripto pastore
voor mij ondertekenende pastoor
coram notario et testibus
voor notaris en getuigen
coram omni plebe
voor veel aanwezigen
coram praedicante acatholica
voor de niet-katholieke (protestantse) predikant 
coram testibus
voor de getuigen
corbiferius
korfdrager
corbifex
mandenmaker
cordarius
touwslager, lijndraaier, koordmaker
corem
bij
coriarius
leerbereider, leerbewerker, leerlooier, schoenmaker, riemenmaker, gordelmaker
coronarius, coronator
lijkschouwer
corpus
lichaam
corpus alienum
vreemd element
corpusculum
lichaampje
correptus
overvallen, weggerukt
corrigiarius
riemenmaker, gordelmaker, zadelmaker
costa
wederhelft, vrouw,(eig. rib)
cotarius, cotiarius
slijper, wetter, arbeider, huisbediende
cremeterium
kerkhof
cribrarius
zeefmaker
crispator
pruikenmaker, barbier, kapper
crucesignatus
kruisvaarder
crucifer
kruisvaarder, kruisridder
crucis
van het kruis
crumenarius
beurzenmaker, tassenmaker, leerbewerker, koffermaker, zadelmaker
crux
kruis
cubicularia
kamermeid
cubiculum
(slaap)kamer
cuius anima requiescat in pace
zijn ziel rust in vrede
cuius loco
in wiens plaats
cuius vicem supplevit
in wiens plaats optrad
cuius vices egit
in wiens plaats optrad
cujus
van wie
cujus filia
van wie dochter is
cuius loc(o) (-um) tenuit
wiens plaats werd ingenomen door
culcit(r)arius
stoffeerder, mantelmaker
cultellarius, cultellifex, cultrarius, cultrariux
messenmaker
cum
met, als, ofschoon, wanneer, omdat
cum ab illustrissimo ac reverendissimo domino episcopo obtena dispensatione in bannis
met dispensatie in de roepen verkregen van de illustere en zeer eerwaarde heer bisschop
cum amicis
met vrienden, - vriendinnen
cum consensu pastoris
met toestemming van de pastoor
cum dispensatione
met dispensatie, met vrijstelling
cum dispensatione impedimenti consanguinitatis
met vrijstelling van huwelijksbeletsel door verwantschap
cum dispensationei in bannis
met vrijstelling der roepen
cum dispensatione in banno
met vrijstelling in één roep
cum fundo et omnibus pertinenti(bus) (-is)
met de grond en alles wat er toe behoort
cum mea licentia
met mijn vergunning
cum missa
met een mis
cum pertinentiis
met toebehoorten (koopakte en rentbrieven)
cum suis
met gevolg (in de zin van : met de zijnen)
cum totali relaxatione
met volledige vrijstelling (geruststelling)
cumulare
cumuleren, cumulatie van ambten en opstapeling van wedden door één persoon
cum vigilus et exequiis
met vigiliën en uitvaart
cuparius
tonnenmaker, kuiper
cupe(n)dinarius
koekbakker, banketbakker, winkelier, kramer
cup(r)ifex
copper worker
curanda
pupil; stepdaughter
curandus
pupil; stepson
curator
curator, guardien, overseer
curator ventris
curator over unborn child
curatus
priest
currus
wagon
cursor
messenger
curtiu
the short one
custodis
guardian
custos
guardian, protecter, porter, guard
custos camporum
local law enforcer, local policeman
custos mercenarius
rented guardian
custos ovium
sheep-herder
custos porcorum
pig-herder
cyrothecarius
gloves-maker