De ritu sanctae matris ecclesiae: According to the rite of the Holy Mother Church.
Decessit sine prole: Died without issue-childless.
Decessit sine prole legitima (d.s.p): Died without issue-childless.
Decessit sine prole mascula supersita: Died without surviving male issue.
Decessit sine prole mascula supesita: Died without legitimate issue.
Decessit sine prole supersita: Dies without surviving issue.
Decessit vita matris: Died in the lifetime of his mother.
Decessit vita patris: Died in the lifetime of his father.
Decessit vitae patre (d.v.p.): Died in the lifetime of his father.
Decimo quarto: 14th.
Denunciatio: Publication of Marriage Banns.
Denuntiationes: Marriage Banns.
Deus : God.
Didymus/a: A twin-male or female.
Die sequenti: On the following day.
Die vero: This very day.
Dies : Day.
Dies dominuca: Sunday.
Dies Jovis: Thursday.
Dies Lunae: Monday.
Dies Martis: Tuesday.
Dies Mercurii: Wednesday.
Dies sabbatinus: Saturday.
Dies Satumi: Saturday
Dies Solis: Sunday.
Dies Verenis: Friday.
Discessit: He or she, died.
Duo devicesmus: 18th.
Durante minore aetate: During minority, at an early age, while one is young.
E, ex: From.
Eadem: The same.
Eccl.recept: Received into the Church (abbreviation)
Ecclesiam receptus: Received into the Church.
Eiusdem: The same.
Ejustdem die: Of the same day.
Elapsus: Elapsed, past.
Eo tempore: At this time.
Eodem: The same.
Eodem anno: In the same year.
Eodem die: On the same day.
Eodem mense: In the same month.
Erant: They were.
Erat: He, she, it was.
Est: He, she, it is, in.
Et alia: And others.
Etiam: Also, even.
Extremum munitus: Last rites provided.
Factis tribus denunciationibus: After 3 publications of the Banns.
Feme covert: Married woman.
Feme sole: Unmarried woman.
Femina: Wife or woman
Feria prima: Sunday.
Feria quarta: Wednesday.
Feria qunta: Thursday.
Feria seconda: Monday.
Feria septima: Saturday.
Feria sexta: Friday.
Feria tertia: Tuesday.
Filia fratris/sororis: Niece, daughter of a brother or sister.
Filius fratris/sororis: Nephew, son of a brother or sister.
Frater ex materno latere: Half brother, common mother.
Frater ex paterno latere: Half brother, common father.
Frater germanus: Twin brother.
Frater naturalis: Brother.
Fuerunt: They were.
Fuit: He, she, it was. (A past tense)