TranslingualEdit

NounEdit

A. (plural Aa.)

  1. Alternative letter-case form of a.

EnglishEdit

NounEdit

A.

  1. absolute temperature
  2. absorbance; absorbancy
  3. academy; academician
    acad
  4. accommodation
  5. accumulator
  6. accusative case
  7. acid
  8. acre; acres
    A; a.
  9. address
  10. adjutant
  11. administration
  12. admiral
  13. adult
  14. age; aged
  15. air
  16. air branch
  17. aircraft; airplane
  18. airman
  19. alfa
  20. alto
  21. amateur
    a.
  22. ambassador
  23. America; Americanization
    Amer.
  24. (biblical) Amos, the book of
  25. amphibian
  26. amplitude
  27. ana; anna
  28. Angstrom
    Å
  29. annus (a year)
  30. anode
  31. answer
    ans.; ans; A
  32. application
  33. apprentice
  34. April
  35. aqua
  36. arctic
  37. army
  38. article
  39. artificer
  40. Artillery
  41. (military) assault, as on a badge
  42. associate; association
  43. Atlantic
  44. atomic weight
  45. attack
  46. August
  47. author
  48. automobile

AdjectiveEdit

A.

  1. absent
  2. Absolute
  3. accepted
  4. adjusted
  5. alto
  6. American
  7. amphibious
  8. anterior
  9. approved
  10. arctic
  11. arterial
  12. Asian
  13. asked
  14. astragal
  15. asymmetric
  16. atomic
  17. Australian
  18. auxiliary
  19. avancé (fast)

VerbEdit

A.

  1. admit
  2. Americanize

PrepositionEdit

A.

  1. after
  2. ante (before)
  3. at

AdverbEdit

A.

  1. annō (in the year)

LatinEdit

AbbreviationsEdit

A.

  1. (in dates) ante (“before”)
    A. D.ante diem
  2. (in dates) anno, annus (“year”)
    A. D.anno Domini
    A. U. C.anno urbis conditae
    A. P. R. C.anno post Romam conditam
  3. Aulus (a Roman given name)
    • 4–5 CE, Inscriptiones Orelli 1530: A. A.Auli duo
  4. aquae (“waters”)
    • (Can we date this quote?) Inscriptiones Orelli 1643 sequens; 2620; 3011: A.A.Aquae Aponi (“Abano Terme”)
  5. auro, argento, or aeri (the three directors of the mint)
    • (Can we date this quote?) Inscriptiones Orelli 569; 2242; 2379; 3134 alia: III. VIRI A. A. A. F. F.auro, argento, aeri flando, feriundo
  6. agris (“fields”)
    A. D. A. agris dandis adsignandis
    A. I. A. agris judicandis adsignandis
  7. (upon the voting tablets in judicial trials) absolvo (“I free”, “I acquit”)
  8. (in the Roman Comitia) antiquo — “I leave in its former state”, “I reject” [e.g. the point in question]
  9. amicō (“friend”)
    A. O.amico optimo — “best friend”
  10. a (“of, from”)
    A. P.a populo
  11. aediliciae
    A. P.aediliciae potestatis
  12. aerario
    A. P. R.aerario populi Romani
  13. (in Cicero's Tusculanae Disputationes, “Tusculan Disputations”) adulescens or auditor, one of the disputants, as opposed to M. for magister or Marcus

Proper nounEdit

A. m (indeclinable)

  1. Praenominal abbreviation of Aulus.