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* cognôscô, -ere, -nôvî, cognitus *

learn, find out; (perfect) know

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* êripiô, -ere, -ripuî, -reptum *

snatch away, pull out

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* fallô, -ere, fefellî, falsus *

deceive, disappoint, prove false

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* misereor, -êrî, -itus *

pity

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* nâscor, nâscî, nâtus (gnâtus)

be born

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* ûrô, -ere, ussî, ûstus *

burn; inflame

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* volô, velle, voluî, -- *-

be willing, will, wish

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abûtor, abûtêrî, abûsus

use up, consume; misuse

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aetâs, -âtis, f.

age, time of life

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amârus, -a, -um

bitter

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amîca, -ae, f.

friend, girlfriend

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amplius

more, more than

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bene facta (benefacta) -ôrum, n. pl.

benefits, benefactions

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côgitô (1)

think over, plan, consider

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côgô, côgere, coêgî, coâctus

collect; compel, force

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contrâ (+ acc.)

against

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crêdô, -ere, crêdidî, crêditus

believe; entrust (+ dat.)

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dêpônô, -ere, -posuî, -positum

put down, lay down; deposit

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deus, -î, m. (nom. pl. dî and deî; dat abl. pl dis))

god

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difficilis, -e

difficult

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dîligô, -ere, -lêxî, lêctus

love, esteem

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efficiô , -ere, -fêcî, -fectus

effect, cause, bring it about

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etsî

even if; although

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expellô, -ere, -pulî, -pulsum

drive out, eject

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fidês, -eî, f.

faith, trust

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foedus, -eris, n.

agreement, treaty

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gaudium, -iî, n.

joy, delight

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impensê (inpensê)

at great cost, expensively

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îmus, a, um

lowest

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ingrâtus, a, um

thankless, unwelcome, disagreeable

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iniûria, -ae f.

wrong, injury

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istinc

from the place you are in, from this situation of yours

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laetitia, -ae, f.

happiness

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longus, -a, -um

long

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minus (adv.)

less, not; by no means

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morbus, -î, m.

sickness, desease

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mors, mortis, f.

death

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multô (adv.)

by much (more)

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multô (mulctô) (1)

punish

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nûmen, -inis, n.

(divine) power or will, divinity, godhead

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offirmo (1)

make firm; get tough

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ops, opis, f.

aid

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optô (1)

wish, pray for

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pater, -tris, m.

father

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perniciês, -êî, f.

ruin, death

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pervinco, -vincere, -vîcî, -victum

win completely, defeat utterly

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pestis, -is, f.

plague, scourge, ruin

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pietâs, -âtis, f.

sense of duty, piety

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pîus, -a, -um

good, dutiful, devoted, faithful

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potis (adj. rarely declined in the postive)

able, possible

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potis or pote (comp. potior; sup. potissimus)

able, capable

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prae (+ abl.)

at the head of; before; in comparison with

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pudîcus, a, um

chaste, modest

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pûriter

in a pure manner

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quâ

where, by which route or way

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quîn

but that, that; from

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recordor, -ârî, -âtus

recall, remember

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reddô, -ere, redidî ( reddidî), reditus (redditus)

give back, return; render

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redûcô, -ere, -duxî, -ductum

bring back

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salûs, -ûtis, f.

safety, welfare

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sîquis or sîquî, sîqua, sîquid or sîquod

if any, if anyone

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sôlum

only

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solum, -î, n.

soil, ground; base (of a statue)

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subitô

suddenly

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subitus, -a, -um

sudden

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subrêpô, subrêpere, subrêpsî, subrêptum

creep up to, steal upon

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taeter, -tra, -trum

foul, disgusting

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tâlis, tâle

such, of such a kind; so great, so excellent

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tâlus, -i, m.

ankle; anklebone; heel; a die

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torpor, -ôris, m.

torpor; sluggishness

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umquam

ever

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vîlis, e

cheap; worthless

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violô (1)

violate, injure

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voluptâs, -âtis, f.

pleasure

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vulgus (or volgus), -î, m.

the common people, the masses

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