B

bacallarius = bachelor
baillivus = bailiff
bannorum, liber = register of marriage banns, announcements
banns, banni = marriage
bannum, bann = marriage proclamation
baptisatus, baptizatus = baptized
baptismus, baptisma = baptism
baptismatis = of baptism
baptismi, baptizatus = christening
baptizalis = proper baptism
baptizans = person who performs the baptism
baptizati = baptized (plural)
baptizatorum, liber = register of baptisms
baptizatus est = he was baptized, has been baptized
baptizatus,-a(est) = he or she who was baptized
baptizavi = I baptized, have baptized
barbitonsor = barber
baro = baron
beatus = blessed, deceased
bene = well
bergarius = shepherd
biduum = space of two days, two-day period
biennium = two-year period
bilosa [from bilis] = bile, gall, madness
boarius = ox driver
boarius, bovarius = "of bovine"; bovine merchant
bona = possessions
bonitor = small farmer
bonus = good
bordarius = cottager, tenant, border
Borussia = Prussia
bractearius = the man which has as profession the hammering of the iron leafs
brasiator = brewer
braxator, brazator, brasiator = brewer
Brisacum = Breisach
bubulcus = cow herder
bubulcus = cowherd, cowboy
bucinator = night watchman
burgensis = citizen, burgess

DISEASES

brucellosis = bacterial disease, especially of cattle, causing undulant fever in human