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* patior, patî, passus *

suffer; permit, allow

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* petô, -ere, -îvî (-iî), -îtus *

(aim at), seek; beg, request

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* timeô, -êre, timuî, --- *

fear, be afraid

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Adōneus, -ī, m.

Adonis

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albulus, a, um

white, transparent (dim. of albus)

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āleō, -ōnis, m.

habitual gambler

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alid

= aliud

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amnis, -is, m.

river

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aptus, -a, -um

fit, suitable

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aurifer, aurifera, auriferum

gold-bearing

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Britannia, ae, f.

Britain

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casu

by chance

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câsus, -ûs, m.

chance; mischance, accident

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cinaedus, i, m.

sodomite, catamite

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columbus, i, m.

dove

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comedô, -edere, -êdî, -êsum

eat, consume

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dêvorô (1)

eat up, devour

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diffutūtus, a, um

exhausted by sex

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ducenties or ducentiens

two hundred times

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ecquis, equid

is there any one who?

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elluor, -ârî

spend too much on luxury or food

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expatro (1)

waste, squander

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expedîtus, -a, -um

ready for action, lightly equipped

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expendo, expendere, expendi, expensum

weigh out; pay out

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Fabulus, î, m.

a Roman gentile name of the gens Fabius

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famês, famis, f.

hunger

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farciô, farcîre, farsî, fartum

stuff

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foveô, -êre, fôvî, fôtus

cherish, foster

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frîgus, -oris, n.

cold

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Gallia, -ae, f.

Gaul

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gener, -erî, m.

son-in-law

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imperâtor, -ôris, m.

general; (LL) emperor

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impudîcus (inpudîcus), -a , -um

shameless

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inânis, -e

empty, void

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irrumô (1)

force someone to perform oral sex

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lancino (1)

tear to pieces

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lentus, -a, -um

pliant; slow, lazy

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lîberâlitas, -âtis, f.

a noble spirit, a way of thinking befitting a free person; generosity

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lucellum, î, n.

a small profit (dim. of lucrum)

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Mâmurra, ae, m.

the name of a family from Formiae, esp. Caesar’s notorious praefectus fabrum

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Memmius, î, m.

a Roman gentile name

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mentula, ae, f.

penis

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minor, -us

smaller (comparative of parvus)

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nisi

unless, if ... not

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nômen, -inis, n.

name

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opprobrium, î, n.

shame, disgrace

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optimê

best (adv.)

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opulentus, a, um

wealthy, opulent

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parum

too little, not enough

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pateô, -êre, patuî, ---

lie open; extend

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paternus, a, um

of a father, paternal

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patrimônium, i, n.

estate, fortune

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perambulo (1)

walk around in, make a tour of

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Pisô, Pisônis, m.

a cognoment of the gens Calpurnia

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praeda, -ae f.

booty

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referô, referre, rettulî, relatum

bring back, give back; represent, reproduce

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rêmus, -î, m.

oar

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rês, reî, f.

thing

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Rômulus, -i, m.

Romulus

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sarcinula, ae, f.

a light bag, napsack

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sequor, sequî, secûtus

follow

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sinister, -tra, -trum

left (hand)

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socer, -erî, m.

father-in-law

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superbus, -a, -um

proud, haughty

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superfluo, -fluere, -fluxi

overflow; be more than enough than

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supînus, a, um

lying on the back; flat; helpless

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tabula, -ae, f.

tablet, record

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Tagus, -i, m.

The Tagus river (mod. Tajo in Spain and Portugal)

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tertius, -a, -um

third

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trecentiês

three hundred times

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ungo (unguo) ungere, unxi, unctus

smear, anoint

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ûnîcus, a, um

unique

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vappa, ae, f.

sour wine; spoiled lad, a good-for-nothing

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verpa, ae, f.

penis with the foreskin drawn back; erect penis

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vester, vestra, vestrum

your (pl.)

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videô, -êre, vîdî, vîsus

see; in passive usually “seem”

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vorax, -âcis

devouring, greedy

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suffer; permit, allow

* patior, patî, passus *

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(aim at), seek; beg, request

* petô, -ere, -îvî (-iî), -îtus *

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fear, be afraid

* timeô, -êre, timuî, --- *

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Adonis

Adōneus, -ī, m.

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white, transparent (dim. of albus)

albulus, a, um

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habitual gambler

āleō, -ōnis, m.

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= aliud

alid

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river

amnis, -is, m.

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fit, suitable

aptus, -a, -um

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gold-bearing

aurifer, aurifera, auriferum

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Britain

Britannia, ae, f.

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by chance

casu

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chance; mischance, accident

câsus, -ûs, m.

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sodomite, catamite

cinaedus, i, m.

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dove

columbus, i, m.

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eat, consume

comedô, -edere, -êdî, -êsum

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eat up, devour

dêvorô (1)

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exhausted by sex

diffutūtus, a, um

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two hundred times

ducenties or ducentiens

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is there any one who?

ecquis, equid

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spend too much on luxury or food

elluor, -ârî

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waste, squander

expatro (1)

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ready for action, lightly equipped

expedîtus, -a, -um

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weigh out; pay out

expendo, expendere, expendi, expensum

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a Roman gentile name of the gens Fabius

Fabulus, î, m.

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hunger

famês, famis, f.

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stuff

farciô, farcîre, farsî, fartum

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cherish, foster

foveô, -êre, fôvî, fôtus

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cold

frîgus, -oris, n.

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Gaul

Gallia, -ae, f.

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son-in-law

gener, -erî, m.

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general; (LL) emperor

imperâtor, -ôris, m.

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shameless

impudîcus (inpudîcus), -a , -um

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empty, void

inânis, -e

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force someone to perform oral sex

irrumô (1)

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tear to pieces

lancino (1)

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pliant; slow, lazy

lentus, -a, -um

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a noble spirit, a way of thinking befitting a free person; generosity

lîberâlitas, -âtis, f.

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a small profit (dim. of lucrum)

lucellum, î, n.

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the name of a family from Formiae, esp. Caesar’s notorious praefectus fabrum

Mâmurra, ae, m.

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a Roman gentile name

Memmius, î, m.

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penis

mentula, ae, f.

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smaller (comparative of parvus)

minor, -us

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unless, if ... not

nisi

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shame, disgrace

opprobrium, î, n.

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best (adv.)

optimê

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wealthy, opulent

opulentus, a, um

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too little, not enough

parum

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lie open; extend

pateô, -êre, patuî, ---

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of a father, paternal

paternus, a, um

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estate, fortune

patrimônium, i, n.

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walk around in, make a tour of

perambulo (1)

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a cognoment of the gens Calpurnia

Pisô, Pisônis, m.

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booty

praeda, -ae f.

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bring back, give back; represent, reproduce

referô, referre, rettulî, relatum

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oar

rêmus, -î, m.

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thing

rês, reî, f.

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Romulus

Rômulus, -i, m.

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a light bag, napsack

sarcinula, ae, f.

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follow

sequor, sequî, secûtus

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left (hand)

sinister, -tra, -trum

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father-in-law

socer, -erî, m.

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proud, haughty

superbus, -a, -um

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overflow; be more than enough than

superfluo, -fluere, -fluxi

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lying on the back; flat; helpless

supînus, a, um

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tablet, record

tabula, -ae, f.

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The Tagus river (mod. Tajo in Spain and Portugal)

Tagus, -i, m.

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third

tertius, -a, -um

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three hundred times

trecentiês

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smear, anoint

ungo (unguo) ungere, unxi, unctus

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unique

ûnîcus, a, um

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sour wine; spoiled lad, a good-for-nothing

vappa, ae, f.

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penis with the foreskin drawn back; erect penis

verpa, ae, f.

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your (pl.)

vester, vestra, vestrum

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see; in passive usually “seem”

videô, -êre, vîdî, vîsus

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devouring, greedy

vorax, -âcis

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