- Genealogical Word List Latin by the Family History Library (LDS)
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- Medieval Latin Word List by Lynn H. Nelson (University of Kansas)
- Latin Language Resources by Forum Romanum
- Latin Dictionary and Grammar Aid by the University of Notre Dame, Indiana, USA
- LATIN-to-ENGLISH DICTIONARY PROGRAM "WORDS" - Version 1.97
filius, filium, fs: son filia, filiam, fa: daughter legitimus, legitima: legitimate (male, female) conjugum, coniugum: from the lawfully married man and wife susceperunt: have upheld for the baptism = the godparents, sponsors; often abreviated as 'susc'. ex: from ex hac: from here (this parish) habitans: residing here sub conditione: conditionnaly ab obstetrice: by the midwife hodie: today eadam die: same day heri: yesterday nudius tertius: it is the third day, this is "the day before yesterday"
sponsalia: betrothal/engagement contraxerunt: contracted inierunt: entered into matrimonio juncti sunt: were united in matrimony coram me: before me (meaning the priest) cum dispensatione ab impedimento consanguinitatis: with dispensation from the impediment of bloodrelationship testes fuerent: witnesses were praeviis tribus bannis: three banns having preceded.
viduus: widower (often followed by the deceased spouse's name) vidua: widow (often followed by the deceased spouse's name)