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adcurro, -ere, -cucurri, -cursum

run, hurry

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aequus-a-um

fair

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antepolleo, -ere, -ui, ---

excell

4

balneae, -arum

baths

5

caseum, -i

cheese

6

caupo, -onis (m.)

inkeeper

7

celeritas, -atis (f.)

speed

8

citro

(adv.) on the near side

9

coemo, -ere, coemi, coemptum

buy

10

commodus-a-um

comfortable, agreeable

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compendium, -i

profit

12

compertus-a-um

discovered, found out

13

deiero (1)

swear (an oath)

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discurro, -ere, -curri, -cursum

run around

15

distraho (etc.)

sell in parcels

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dubito (1)

doubt

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faxo

archaic future perfect of facio

18

fatigatus-a-um

worn out

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festinus-a-um

quick, in a hurry

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frustro (1)

disappoint, deceive

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iacto (1)

bandy about, vaunt

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ibidem

in the same place

23

incoho (1)

start

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inefficax, -acis (adj.)

useless

25

magnarius-a-um

big-time, wholesale

26

mel, mellis (n.)

honey

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memoro (1)

tell, recount, recall

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modus, -i

sort, kind

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negotiator, -oris

business-man

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omnividens, -ntis

all-seeing

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palam

openly

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passim

here and there

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pervenio (etc.)

arrive

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polliceor, -eri, pollicitum

promise

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porro

besides, moreover

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praestino (1)

buy

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pridie

the day before

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prius

earlier, first, before; [conj. with quam] before

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procedo, -ere, processi, processum

go foreward, come foreward, walk ahead

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proficiscor, -i, profectum

set out, go forth, leave

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quaestus, -us (m.)

trade, business

42

quidem

indeed, especially

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recens, recentis (adj.)

fresh, new; (adv.) newly

44

sapor, -oris (m.)

taste

45

sinister-tra-trum

left

46

ulterius

farther

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ultro

on the other side

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adsurgo, -ere, adsurrexi, adsurrectum

get up, rise

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aerumnae, -arum (f. pl.)

troubles,tribulations, difficulties

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ambages, -um (f. pl.)

riddle, digression

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captivas, -atis

enslavement, capture

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centuculus, -i

rag cloak

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conclamo (1)

shout out

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compello, -ere, -puli, -pulsum

induce, pressure

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conspicio (etc.)

notice, see, catch sight of

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contubernalis, -is (m.)

roomate, old friend

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decermina, -um (n. pl.)

decisions, decrees

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decerno, -ere, decrevi, decretum

decide, determine, decree

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dedecus, -oris (n.)

disgrace

60

defleo, -ere, deflevi, defletum

bewail, lament

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deformo (1)

transform, turn . . . (into)

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denique

lastly, finally; in short; for example

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diffleo, -ere, difflevi, diffletum

weep to exhaustion

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diuturnus-a-um

long-lasting

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dubius-a-um

doubtful

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dudum

formerly, a while ago

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enitor, eniti, enisum

struggle, strive

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erogo (1)

prevail upon; obtain by pleading

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extremus-a-um

fartherst part of; bottom of; top of, fathest, extreme

70

facies, -ei

face

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flagitium, -i

outrage, shameful treatment

72

hem

well, see here now, say . ..

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hilaro (1)

cheer up, gladden

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humus, -i (f.)

ground, earth (loc. humi)

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ignoro (1)

not know, be unaware

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incursio, -onis (f.)

onslaught

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inferialis-is-e

funereal

78

infortunium, -i

misfortune

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inicio, -ere, inieci, iniectum

insert, throw over, throw on

80

instabilis-is-e

unpredictable; unstoppable

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iuridicus, -i

(provincial) judge

82

larvalis-is-e

ghostly, like a ghost

83

luctus, -us (m.)

grieving

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luror, -oris (m.)

yellowness, pallor

85

macies, maciei

thinness, gauntness

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maeror, maeroris (m.)

weeping

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necessarius, -i

close relation

88

nuptiae, -arum (f. pl.)

marriage, wedding

89

obtego, -ere, -texi, -tectum

cover

90

officium, -i

duty, function

91

paene

(adv.) almost, nearly

92

palliastrum, -i

cheap cloak

93

perpetior, perpeti, perpessum

endure

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persolvo, -ere, -solvi, -solutum

perform, complete; pay

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propius

(comp. adj.) closer

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provincialis-is-e

of the province, provincial

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pubes, pubis (f.)

groin

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pudor, -oris (m.)

shame, modesty

99

punicans, -ntis (adj.)

red, blushing

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qualia

just like

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reciprocus-a-um

changeable

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renudo (1)

reveal, lay bare

103

scissilus-a-um

torn

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semiamictus-a-um

half-clothed

105

simulacrum, -i

shape, image, apparition

106

spectaculum, -i

show

107

summe

(adv.) mostly, mainly, especially

108

sutilis-is-e

stitched

109

tenus

(postposition +abl.) up to

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triviae, -arum (f. pl.)

crossroads, side-streets

111

tutor, -oris

guardian

112

umbilicus, -i

navel

113

vicissitudo, -inis (f.)

change, alteration

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viso, -ere, visi, ---

see, visit