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cultivate; inhabit; cherish; worship

* colô, -ere, coluî, cultus *

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join, unite

* iungô, -ere, iûnxî, iûnctus *

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rise, arise

* orior, orîrî, ortus *

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complain

* queror, querî, questus *

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urge on

adhortor (1)

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young man

adulescens, -entis, m.

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come on!

age dum (age iam, age nunc, age modo)

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be white, have a whitish color

albico (1)

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cold

algidus, a, um

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cover, cloak

amiciô, amicîre, amicuî, amictum

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wild boar

aper, -prî, m.

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slaughter

caedês, -dis, f.

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tail (of an animal)

cauda, -ae, f.

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deer

cerva, -ae, f.

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neck (and shoulders)

cervîx, -îcis f. (sometimes m.)

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roof, summit, peak; key person, top man

columen, inis, n.

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garland, small wreathe

corolla, -ae, f.

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bedroom

cubiculum, î, n.

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whole, all, entire

cûnctus, -a, -um

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grace, glory; honor

decus, -oris, n.

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mad, insane

dêmêns, -entis

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god

deus, -î, m. (nom. pl. dî and deî; gen. pl. deôrum or deum)

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Mt. Dindymon, a mountain range in Phrygia sacred to Cybele

Dindymon, Dindymî, m.

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for

enim (postpositive)

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ephebe (a young man in Greece, between 18 and 20)

ephêbus, î, m.

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slave, servant (female)

famula, ae, f.

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wild, fierce

ferôx, -ôcis

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form, shape, aspect, appearance

figûra, -ae, f.

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abounding with flowers, flowery

flôridus, -a, -um

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a dull roaring sound, loud noise

fremitus, -ûs, m.

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roar, howl

fremô, -ere, -uî, -itûrus

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in large numbers, crowded; frequent, numerous

frequêns, -entis

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to double; reproduce

geminô (1)

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birth, origin; descendant; race; class, order

genus, -eris, n.

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enemy (in war)

hostis, -is, m.

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door

ianua, -ae, f.

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blow; wound

ictus, -ûs, m.

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command; power; empire

imperium, -iî or -î, n.

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Juba (the name of two Numidian kings)

Iuba, -ae, f.

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mane; crest

iuba, -ae, f.

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lion

leô, -ônis, m.

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freely

liberê

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threshold, portal

lîmen, -inis, n.

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marble

marmor, -oris, n.

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handmaid, temple attendant

ministra, ae, f.

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bellow, roar

mûgiô, -îre, -îvî, -îtûrus

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forest-wandering

nemorivagus, a, um

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too, too much

nimis

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go about, attend to (rem, negotium etc.); meet

obeô, -îre, obiî, obitus

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olive oil; wrestling, place for wrestling

oleum, î, n.

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be sorry, repent

paenitet, -êre, paenituit (impersonal)

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part; in pl. role, character; poltical character

pars, partis, f.

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Phrygia (a country of Asia Minor)

Phrygia, ae, f.

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afar, at a distance

procul

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near, nearly

prope

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at an early day, shortly

prope diem (propediem)

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boy, child; slave

puer, -î, m.

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break open, tear off

refringô, -ere, -frêgî, -fractus

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tie back, tie up; untie

religô (1)

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untie, dissolve, melt

resolvô, -ere, -solvî, -solûtum

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resound

retono (1)

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rosy, red

roseus, a, um

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red, reddish

rutilus, a, um

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always

semper

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wood-dwelling

silvicultrix, -îcis

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sound, noise

sonitus, -ûs, m.

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distance

spatium, -î, n.

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sterile, barren

sterilis, -e

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warm

tepidus, a, um

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knotty; muscular

torôsus, a, um

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moist, damp

ûmidus, -a, -um

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whip

verber, -eris, n.

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bush, thicket

virgultum, -î, n.

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green color

viride, -is, n.

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