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liber, librī, m.

book

2

lūna -ae, f.

moon

3

prōtinus

at once, forthwith

4

aequē

equally

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cōnor, cōnārī, cōnātus,

try, attempt

6

cupīdō -inis, f.

desire, eagerness, craving

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ferē

almost

8

īnsula -ae, f.

island

9

fīlia -ae, f.

fīlius -ī, m.

daughter

son

10

narrō (1)

relate, recount

11

necessitās -tātis, f.

necessity, need

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ēgredior, ēgredī, ēgressus

stride out, depart, disembark from (+ abl.)

13

poēta -ae, m.

poet

14

decem

ten

15

amplus -a -um

large, spacious

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aptus -a -um

fit, suitable

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cōnsequor, cōnsequī, cōnsecūtus

follow up, overtake, attain

18

frequēns -ntis

in large numbers, often

19

nūntius -ī, m.

messenger; news

20

condīciō -ōnis, f.

agreement, condition

21

convīvium -iī, n.

banquet, feast

22

foedus -a -um

foul

23

fruor, fruī, frūctus

enjoy the produce of, profit by, use (+ abl.)

24

num

interrogative particle implying negative answer

25

albus -a -um

white

26

damnum -ī, n.

damage, injury

27

frūctus -ūs, m.

fruit, crops; enjoyment, delight

28

cēnseō, cēnsēre, cēnsuī, cēnsum

assess, rate; think, decide

29

prōdō, prōdere, prōdidī, prōditum

publish, hand down; give over, betray

30

prōpōnō, prōpōnere, prōposuī, prōpositum

put forth, propose, present

31

īnstituō, īnstituere, īnstituī, īnstitūtum

undertake; equip

32

item

likewise

33

magister, magistrī, m.

master, chief

34

stella -ae, f.

star

35

ēdūcō, ēdūcere, ēdūxī, ēductum

lead forth

36

frūmentum -ī, n.

grain

37

suscipiō, suscipere, suscēpī, susceptum

take up

38

quasi

as if

39

sacerdōs -dōtis, m./f.

priest, priestess

40

vīcīnus -a -um

neighboring, near

41

caveō, cavēre, cāvī, cautum

be on guard, beware

42

ēligō, ēligere, ēlēgī, ēlēctum

pick out, select

43

familia -ae, f.

household, family

44

paene

almost

45

praecipiō, praecipere, praecēpī, praeceptum

anticipate; advise, warn

46

sānus -a -um

sound, sane

47

potis -e

powerful, able

48

prīncipium -ī, n.

beginning

49

sepulcrum -ī, n.

place of burial, tomb, grave

50

mortālis -e

liable to death, mortal

51

epistula -ae, f.

letter

52

inimīcus -a -um

unfriendly

53

interrogō (1)

put a question to, ask (+ acc.)

54

cōnsuētūdo -inis, f.

custom, habit

55

illūc

to that place

56

dīgnitās -ātis, f.

worth, reputation, honor

57

fugō (1)

put to flight

58

afficiō, afficere, affēcī, affectum

affect, visit with (+ abl.)

59

adhibeō, adhibēre, adhibuī, adhibitum

apply

60

caelestis -e

caelestēs

from or of heaven

the gods

61

mulier -eris, f.

woman

62

dīvus -a -um

divine, godlike

63

arbitror (1)

consider, think

64

posteā

afterwards

65

aedēs -is, f.

building; (pl.) house

66

fābula -ae, f.

account, tale, story

67

celeriter

quickly

68

plērusque, plēraque, plērumque

the greater part, very many, most, the majority

69

quiēscō, quiēscere, quiēvī, quiētum

keep quiet; sleep

70

quotiēns

how many times?

71

scientia -ae, f.

knowledge

72

cōnfiteor, cōnfitērī, cōnfessus

admit (a fact), confess (a crime); reveal, disclose

73

dīligō, dīligere, dīlēxī, dīlēctum

choose, cherish, love

74

plērumque

generally

75

dormiō, dormīre, dormīvī or dormiī, dormītum

sleep

76

volucris -is, f./m.

bird

77

volucer -cris -cre

flying

78

creō (1)

produce, create; elect, choose

79

fidēlis -e

faithful

80

indicō (1)

point out, show, make known

81

hodiē

today

82

disciplīna -ae, f.

training, instruction; learning, discipline

83

vērē

truly

84

aegrē

with difficulty

85

fore

 

= futūrum esse

86

advertō, advertere, advertī, adversum

turn towards

87

adveniō, advenīre, advēnī, adventum

come to, arrive at

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pendō, pendere, pependī, pēnsum

weigh, hang, suspend; pay

89

studeō, studēre, studuī

be eager, be zealous, care for (+ dat.)

90

ascendō, ascendere, ascēnsum

climb up, ascend

91

vulgō

commonly

92

breviter

briefly

93

fors, fortis, f.

chance

94

fēlīciter

luckily

95

revertō, revertere, revertī

turn back

96

ēdīcō, ēdīcere, ēdīxī, ēdictum

declare

97

mundus -a -um

clean, neat, elegant