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Beneficentia-ae

F: kind deed, service

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Diligo-ere, dilexi, dilectus

Esteem, be fond of

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Divinatio-ionis

F: divination

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Nihil (adv)

Not at all

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Praenosco

Know before hand

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Praesignifico (1)

Show before hand, express before hand

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Significo (1)

Show, report, express

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Aetas-tatis

F: age, life

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Consequor

Obtain, acquire

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Contentus-a-um

Content

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Effluo-ere-fluxi----

Flow forth, escape

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Mensis-is

M: month

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Praetereo

Pass by

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Quirites-ium

M: fellow citizens

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Relevo (1)

Diminish

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Exercitus-us

M: army

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Volito (1)

Hasten about

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Triduum, -i

A space of three days

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Complector-plecti-plexus sum

Embrace intellectually, think over

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Quattuor

Four

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Reperio-ire, repperi, repertus

Discover

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Avoco(1)

Call away, call off

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Tertius-a-um

Third

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Privo(1)

Deprive

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Fere (adv)

almost, practically

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Voluptas-tatis

F: pleasure

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Quartus-a-um

Fourth

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Haud (adv)

Not at all

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Procul (adv)

At a distance

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Quam (adv)

How

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Iustus-a-um

Just

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Ad (can mean)

For

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Perutilis-e

Very useful

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Quaeso-ere-ivi-itus

Beg, entreat

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Copiose (adv)

Copiously, abundantly

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Cultura-ae

F: cultivation

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Tueor, tueri, tutus sum

Care for, protect

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Familiaris-e

Belonging to the household

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Oeconomicus-a-um

Pertaining to domestic economy (a book by Xenephon)

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Inscribo

Entitle, name

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Mentior, mentiri, mentitus sum

Lie, tell a falsehood

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Dens-dentis

M: tooth

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Coma-ae

F: hair (of the head)

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Emo, emere, emi, emptus

Buy

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At

But

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familiariter

(adv) in a friendly way

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prudentia-ae

F: discretion

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eruditio -onis

F: erudition, knowledge

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decet-ere, decuit

it fits, it suits (impersonal verb)

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immo

(adv) no, but...

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contubernalis -is

M/F: comrade

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conservus-i

M: fellow slave

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tantusdem, tantadem, tantundem

just so much

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uterque, utraque, utrumque

each (of two), both

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in utrosque

to (for) both (of you)

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fortuna-ae

F: fortune

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itaque

(adv) and so

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turpis-e

foul, ugly

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existimo-are-avi-atus

think

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ceno-are-avi-atus

fine

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superbus-a-um

haughty

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consuetudo -tudinis

F: habit, custom

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circumdo (circum + do)

put around

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est can be

the 3rdpers.sing of edo, edere (esse), edi, esus: eat

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aviditas-tatis

F: greed

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onero-are-avi-atus

burden, load down

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distentus-a-um

full, distended

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venter, ventris

M: belly

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desuesco-ere-suevi-suetus

become unaccustomed

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officium-i

N: duty, task

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opera-ae

F: effort

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egero (e+gero_

carry out, vomit

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ingero (in+gero)

throw in, heap on

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at

but

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labrum-i

N: lip

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virga-ae

F: rod, whip

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murmur, murmuris

N:murmur

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compesco-ere-pescui----

restrain, check

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fortuitus-a-um

casual, accidental

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verber, verberis

N: lash

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excipio (ex + capio_

except

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tussis -is (accusative is -im)

F: cough

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sternumentum-i

N: sneeze

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singultus-us

M: sobbing

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interpello-are-avi-atus

interrupt

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silentium-i

N: silence

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luo-ere, lui, luiturus

atone for

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ieiunus-a-um

hungry, thirsty

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mutus-a-um

mute

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persto-are-stiti-status

stand firm

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coram

(+abl) in the presence of, facing

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non tantum...sed

not only...but

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sermo -onis

M: conversation

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consuo-ere-sui-sutus

sew (stitch) together

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porrigo-ere, porrexi, porrectus

offer

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cervix -icis

F: neck

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immineo-ere, --,--

threaten

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caput, capitis

N: head

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averto-ere-verti-versus

turn off, divert

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convivium -i

N: banquet

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tormentum -i

N: torture

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deinde

(adv) finally

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arrogantia-ae

F: arrogance

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proverbium -i

N: proverb