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albus, -a, -um

white

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aliquis, aliquid

some one; any one; anything

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an

or (introducing the latter clause of a disjunctive question)

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assiduê

tirelessly, busily

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âter, âtra, âtrum

black, dark, gloomy

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causa, -ae f.

reason, cause; sake

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certê

certainly

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* cognôscô, -ere, -nôvî, cognitus *

learn, find out; (perfect) know

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* confiteor, confitêrî, confessus *

acknowledge, confess

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coniungô, -ere, -iunxî, -iunctum

joint together, associate

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constans, -antis

steady, resolute

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corpus, -oris, n.

body

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* crêdô, -ere, crêdidî, crêditus *

believe; entrust (+ dat.)

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culpa, -ae, f.

fault, blame

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culpô (1)

blame, reproach

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dêprecor, -ârî, -âtus

avert by prayer, beg off

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* dîcô, -ere, dîxî, dictus *

say, tell

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dispereô, disperîre, disperiî

perish; go for nothing, be wasted

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*dûcô, dûcere, dûxî, ductus*

lead, guide; consider, believe

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edô, -ere (or esse), êdî, êsus

eat

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* edô, -ere, -didî, -ditum *

bring forth; publish

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fidês, -eî, f.

faith, trust

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fîdus, -a, -um

faithful, trusty

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foedus, -eris, n.

agreement, treaty

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formôsus, -a, -um

beautiful

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gaudium, -iî, n.

joy, delight

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Gellius, a, um

a Roman gentile name

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germana, -ae, f.

full sister, sister

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ideo

for that reason, on that account, therefore

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inhibeô, inhibēre, inhibuī, inhibitum

restrain

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* legô, -ere, lêgî, lêctus *

read; (originally and in compounds) gather, choose

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male (adv.)

badly, cruelly

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mentula, ae, f.

penis

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mîca, ae, f.

particle, grain

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micô (1)

quiver, dart, flicker; glash, gleam

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ego; nôs

I; we

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* mittô, -ere mîsî, missus *

send

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moechor (1)

commit adultery

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mulier, -eris, f.

woman

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multô (adv.)

by much (more)

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nam

for

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negô (1)

say ... not; deny

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nimius, -a, -um

too great, too much

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nimîum

too, too much; very, very much

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nisi

unless, if ... not

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nîtor, -î, nîxus or nîsus

struggle; lean on, rely on

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olus, oleris, n.

vegetable

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olla, ae, f.

pot, jar

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* perdô, -ere, -didî, -ditus *

destroy, lose

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placeô, -êre, -uî, -itûrus

please; (impersonal) it seems right, it is decided

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* possum, posse, potuî, --- *

be able, can

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probrum, -î, n.

shameful act; disgrace, dishonor; abuse, insult

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putô (1)

think

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quîcumque, quaecumque, quodcumque

whoever, whatever

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quamvîs

however much; although

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quantus, -a, -um

how great, how much, (as great) as

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quantum

as much as; (with comparatives) the more

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quia

because

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quô

whither, to which (what) place (cf. also qui, quae, quod etc.)

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rectus, a, um

straight

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regô, -ere, rêxî, rêctus

direct, rule

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* reperiô, -îre, repperî, repertus *

find, find out

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sal, salis, n.

salt; sea

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satis, n. (also adverb)

enough

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scelus, -eris, n.

crime

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* sciô, -îre, scîvî, scîtus *

know

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semper

always

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sîc

thus, so (in such a way)

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signô (1)

mark

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signum, -î, n.

sign, signal; standard; statue

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singulî, -ae, -a

one at a time, one each

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spêrô (1)

hope, hope for

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studeô, -êre, studuî ---

be eager, be zealous

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surripiô, -ripere, -ripuî, -reptum

snatch away secretly, steal

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taceô, -êre, -uî, -itum

be silent

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tam

so (to such a degree)

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tantus, -a, -um

so great, so much

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tantum, tantum modo

only (so much), merely

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tantus, -a, -um

so great, so much

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tôtus, a, um

whole, all, entire

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totidem

the same number of

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tum

then, at that time

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turpis, -e

base, disgraceful

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volô, velle, voluî, ---

be willing, will, wish

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vêrê

truly

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vêrum

but

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vêrus, -a, -um

true, real

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ûllus, a, um

any

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umquam

ever

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ûnâ (cum)

together (with)

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ûsus, -ûs, m.

use; experience; need

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utrum ... an

whether ... or

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Venus, Veneris, f.

Venus; love