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cast out, drive out

* êiciô, êicere, êiêcî, êiectum *

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kill

* interficiô, -ere, -fêcî, -fectus *

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find

* inveniô, -îre, -vênî, -ventus *

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read; (originally and in compounds) gather, choose

* legô, -ere, lêgî, lêctus *

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find, find out

* reperiô, -îre, repperî, repertus *

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sell

* vêndô, -ere, -didî, -ditus *

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wonder at, admire

admîror, -ârî, -âtus

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wing; cavalry squadron

âla, -ae, f.

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white

albus, a, um

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tirelessly, busily

assiduê

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black, dark, gloomy

âter, âtra, âtrum

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touch, touch upon; reach

attingô, -ere, attigî, -tâctus

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beast, wild beast

bestia, -ae, f.

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goat

caper, caprî, m.

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related by birth

cognâtus, a, um

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try, attempt

cônor, -ârî, -âtus

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cruel

crûdêlis, -e

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lie down, recline

cubô (1)

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avert by prayer, beg off

dêprecor, -ârî, -âtus

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say, tell

dîcô, -ere, dîxî, dictus

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perish; go for nothing, be wasted

dispereô, disperîre, disperiî

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story

fâbula, -ae, f.

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woman, female

fêmina, -ae, f.

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the thigh

femur, femoris, n.

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pitch-fork

furcilla, -ae, f.

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inhabit, dwell in

habitô (1)

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cause to totter; shake, weaken

labefaciô, -facere, -fêcî, -factum

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stone

lapis, -idis, m.

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skinny; (of soil) poor

macer, macera, macerum (macra, macrum)

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(be more willing), prefer

mâlô, mâlle, mâluî, ---

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fear

metuô, -ere, -î

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commit adultery

moechor (1)

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mountain

môns, montis, m.

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Muse

Mûsa, -ae, f.

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be born

nâscor, nâscî, nâtus

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nose

naŝus, î, m.

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pot, jar

olla, ae, f.

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vegetable

olus, oleris, n.

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uncle (father’s brother)

patruus, -î, m.

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transparent, tranlucent

perlûcidulus, a, um

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of Pimpla / Pipla; i.e. PIerian

Pipleîus, a, um

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

placeô, -êre, -uî, -itûrus

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full

plênus, -a, -um

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headlong; precipitous, steep

praeceps, -cipitis

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beautiful

pulcher (pulcer), -chra, -chrum

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as much or as many as you could wish

quantusvîs, quantavîs, quantumvîs

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because

quia

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(a) certain (one)

quîdam, quaedam, quoddam

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wide apart; scattered; scarce, few; (mil.) in open rank

rârus, a, um

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a man’s cognomen

Rûfus, î, m.

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mount, climb

scando, scandere

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mark

signô (1)

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sign, signal; standard; statue

signum, -î, n.

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sister

soror, -ôris, f.

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be eager, be zealous

studeô, -êre, studuî ---

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agreeable, pleasant

suâvis, e

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place under; add; substitute

supponô (subponô), -ere, -posuî, -positum

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the same number of

totidem

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strongly, stoutly; exceedingly, very

valdê

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valley

vallês (or vallis), -is, f.

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clothing

vestis, -is, f.

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