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* agô, agere, êgî, âctus *

drive; do, act; treat

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* sedeô, -êre, sêdî, sessûrus *

sit

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* solvô, -ere, solvî, solûtus *

loose, loosen; set (i.e. loosen) sail; pay

4

acquiescô, acquiescere, acquiêvî

rest, relax, subside

5

adulter, adulteri, m.

adulterer

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alius, -a, -ud

other, another

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ambô, -ae, -ô (dat/abl. pl. ambôbus / ambâbus)

both

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annus, -î, m.

year

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Bîthŷnus, a, um

Bithynian

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cachinnus, -î, m.

laugh, laughter

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campus, -î, m.

plain

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cônsulâtus, -ûs, m.

consulship, consulate

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curûlis, e

of high state; sella curulis = official chair of state used by Roman magistrates

14

dêsiderô (1)

long for, miss, desire

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disertus, -a, -um

good at speaking

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êluô, êluere, êluî, êlûtum

wash clean, wash out

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êmorior, êmori¦, êmortuus

die off, die

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êrudîtulus, a, um

well instructed, learned

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fessus, a, um

tired, exhausted

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Formiânus, a, um

of Formiae

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gaudeô, -êre, gâvîsus sum

rejoice, be glad

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grâtia, -ae f.

favor, influence; gratitude; charm; (in pl. as proper name) The Graces

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imprimô (inprimô), -imere, -essî, -essum

press on, imprint; drive in, inflict; imprint with

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improbus (inprobus) -a, -um

depraved, evil

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invîsô, -vîsere, -vîsî, -vîsum

go to see, visit

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invîsus, -a, -um

hated, detested

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Lâr, Laris, m.

Lar (a household god)

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lecticulus, i, m.

cot, little bed

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libenter

willingly, gladly

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linquô, -ere, lîquî

leave, quit

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lîquens, entis

liquid, flowing; clear, transparent

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Lŷdius, a, um

Lydian, of Lydia (a province of Asia Minor)

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macula, -ae, f.

spot, stain

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magis

more

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magus, -î, m. (or maga, -ae, f.)

magus, magician

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maximus (maxumus), a, um

greatest (superlative of magnus)

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mîrus, -a, -um

strange, wonderful

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morbôsus, a, um

unhealthy, disease-ridden

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moror, -ârî, -âtus

delay

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nepôs, -ôtis, m.

grandson, descendant

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Neptûnus, î, m.

the god of the sea

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onus, -eris, n.

burden

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optimus, a, um

best (superlative of bonus)

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paene

almost

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pâreô, -êre, pâruî, pâritûrus

obey

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pariter (adv.)

equally, simillarly

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pathicus, i, m.

pathic, catamite; one who has anal sex

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patrônus, î, m.

patron, guardian, protector

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pêierô (1); also pêiiuro, pêiuro, periero, periuro

swear falsely

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peregrînus, -a, -um

foreign

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pessimus, -a, -um

worst (superlative of malus)

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poêta, -ae, m.

poet

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prô (+ abl.)

before; in behalf of; in view of

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puellula, ae, f.

little girl

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pulcrê

beautifully

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quantô

how much, by how much

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quotannîs (quot annîs)

eery year, annually

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repônô, -ponere, -posuî, -positum

replace, restore; lay aside, store up; lay down; count, reckon among

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resideô, -êre, --sêdî

remain seated, remain behind, delay

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rîvâlis, -is

one who shares use of a stream; rival (esp. in love)

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salvus, -a, -um

safe, well

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sella, ae, f.

seat, chair of office

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Sirmiô, ônis, f.

modern Sirmione, a small peninsula in the Lago di Garda

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socius, -î, m.

ally, associate

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stâgnum, -î, n.

(standing) water, pool, lake

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strûma, ae, f.

a swelling of the lymphatic glands; a person with such swelling

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Thŷnia, ae, f.

the country of the Thynii; Bithynia

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tûtô

safely

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tûtus, -a, -um

safe

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urbânus, -a, -um

of the city

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vâstô (1)

lay waste, devastate

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vix

scarcely, barely, hardly

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drive; do, act; treat

* agô, agere, êgî, âctus *

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sit

* sedeô, -êre, sêdî, sessûrus *

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loose, loosen; set (i.e. loosen) sail; pay

* solvô, -ere, solvî, solûtus *

76

rest, relax, subside

acquiescô, acquiescere, acquiêvî

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adulterer

adulter, adulteri, m.

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other, another

alius, -a, -ud

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both

ambô, -ae, -ô (dat/abl. pl. ambôbus / ambâbus)

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year

annus, -î, m.

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Bithynian

Bîthŷnus, a, um

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laugh, laughter

cachinnus, -î, m.

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plain

campus, -î, m.

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consulship, consulate

cônsulâtus, -ûs, m.

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of high state; sella curulis = official chair of state used by Roman magistrates

curûlis, e

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long for, miss, desire

dêsiderô (1)

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good at speaking

disertus, -a, -um

88

wash clean, wash out

êluô, êluere, êluî, êlûtum

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die off, die

êmorior, êmori¦, êmortuus

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well instructed, learned

êrudîtulus, a, um

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tired, exhausted

fessus, a, um

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of Formiae

Formiânus, a, um

93

rejoice, be glad

gaudeô, -êre, gâvîsus sum

94

favor, influence; gratitude; charm; (in pl. as proper name) The Graces

grâtia, -ae f.

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press on, imprint; drive in, inflict; imprint with

imprimô (inprimô), -imere, -essî, -essum

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depraved, evil

improbus (inprobus) -a, -um

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go to see, visit

invîsô, -vîsere, -vîsî, -vîsum

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hated, detested

invîsus, -a, -um

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Lar (a household god)

Lâr, Laris, m.

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cot, little bed

lecticulus, i, m.

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willingly, gladly

libenter

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leave, quit

linquô, -ere, lîquî

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liquid, flowing; clear, transparent

lîquens, entis

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Lydian, of Lydia (a province of Asia Minor)

Lŷdius, a, um

105

spot, stain

macula, -ae, f.

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more

magis

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magus, magician

magus, -î, m. (or maga, -ae, f.)

108

greatest (superlative of magnus)

maximus (maxumus), a, um

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strange, wonderful

mîrus, -a, -um

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unhealthy, disease-ridden

morbôsus, a, um

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delay

moror, -ârî, -âtus

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grandson, descendant

nepôs, -ôtis, m.

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the god of the sea

Neptûnus, î, m.

114

burden

onus, -eris, n.

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best (superlative of bonus)

optimus, a, um

116

almost

paene

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obey

pâreô, -êre, pâruî, pâritûrus

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equally, simillarly

pariter (adv.)

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pathic, catamite; one who has anal sex

pathicus, i, m.

120

patron, guardian, protector

patrônus, î, m.

121

swear falsely

pêierô (1); also pêiiuro, pêiuro, periero, periuro

122

foreign

peregrînus, -a, -um

123

worst (superlative of malus)

pessimus, -a, -um

124

poet

poêta, -ae, m.

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before; in behalf of; in view of

prô (+ abl.)

126

little girl

puellula, ae, f.

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beautifully

pulcrê

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how much, by how much

quantô

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eery year, annually

quotannîs (quot annîs)

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replace, restore; lay aside, store up; lay down; count, reckon among

repônô, -ponere, -posuî, -positum

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remain seated, remain behind, delay

resideô, -êre, --sêdî

132

one who shares use of a stream; rival (esp. in love)

rîvâlis, -is

133

safe, well

salvus, -a, -um

134

seat, chair of office

sella, ae, f.

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modern Sirmione, a small peninsula in the Lago di Garda

Sirmiô, ônis, f.

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ally, associate

socius, -î, m.

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(standing) water, pool, lake

stâgnum, -î, n.

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a swelling of the lymphatic glands; a person with such swelling

strûma, ae, f.

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the country of the Thynii; Bithynia

Thŷnia, ae, f.

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safely

tûtô

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safe

tûtus, -a, -um

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of the city

urbânus, -a, -um

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lay waste, devastate

vâstô (1)

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scarcely, barely, hardly

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