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Fûrius, i, m.

a Roman nomen

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et

and

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Aurelius, i, m.

a Roman nomen

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comes, -itis, m.

companion

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Catullus, i, m.

C. Valerius Catullus, b. 86 BCE

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sîve ... sîve (seu ... seu)

whether ... or

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in (+ acc. or abl.)

into (+ acc.); in, on (+ abl.)

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extrêmus, -a, -um

outermost, last

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penetrô (pênetrô) (1)

enter, penetrate

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Indus, a, um

Indian

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lîtus, -oris, n.

shore

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ut, utî

that; as

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longê

far, far off; for a long time

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resonô (1)

produce a sound, call a name; resound, echo

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Êôus, -a, -um (also w. short E)

belonging to the morning; eastern

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tundô, -ere, tutundî, tûnsus or tûsus

beat, buffet

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unda, -ae, f.

wave, billow

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Hyrcânus, a, um

of Hyrcania (S.E. of the Caspian Sea)

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Arabs (Ârabs), -âbis (adj.)

Arabian

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mollis, -e

soft, yielding

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Sagae, Sagârum, m. pl.

a Scythian tribe

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sagittifer, fera, ferum

arrow-carrying

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Parthus, a, um

Parthian

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septemgeminus, a, um

seven-fold

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colôrô (1)

color, tinge

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aequor, -oris, n.

the sea

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Nîlus, -î, m.

the Nile

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trans (prep. + acc., adv)

across, beyond

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altus, -a, -um

high; deep

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gradior, -î, gresssus

step, walk, go

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Alpes, ium, f.

the Alps

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Caesar, Caesaris, m.

Caesar

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vîsô, -ere, vîsî, vîsus

go to see, visit

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monumentum (monimentum), -î, n.

reminder; memorial, monument

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magnus, -a, -um

large

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Gallicus, a, um

Gallic

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Rhênus, -î, m.

the Rhine

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horrîbilis, -e

fearful, dreadful; rough, uncouth

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ultimus, a, um

farthest; last

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Britanni, ôrum

the Britons

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omnis, -e

all, every

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hic, haec, hoc

this

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quîcumque, quaecumque, quodcumque

whoever, whatever

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* ferô, ferre, tulî, lâtus *

bear, endure; carry, bring

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voluntâs, -âtis, f.

wish; good-will

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caeles, itis (adj.)

celestial; (as pl. subs.) the gods

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temptô (1)

test, try, attempt

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simul

at the same time

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parô (1)

prepare, get ready

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paucî, -ae, -a

few, a few

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nûntiô (1)

announce

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meus, -a, -um

my, mine

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puella, -ae, f.

girl

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nôn

not

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bonus, -a, -um

good

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suus, -a, -um

his, her, its; their (all reflex.)

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* vîvô, -ere, vîxî, vîctûrus *

live

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* valeô, -êre, valuî, valitûrus *

be strong, avail

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complector (conplector) -î, -plexus

embrace

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teneô, -êre, tenuî, tentus

hold

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trecentî (tricentî), -ae, -a

three hundred

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nûllus, a, um

no, not one

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sed

but

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identidem

again and again

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île, ilis, n. (îleum and îlium, -iî)

the groin (usually plural form for singular)

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* rumpô, -ere, rûpî, ruptus *

burst, break

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neque, nec

and not, neither, nor

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respectô (1)

look back, look round; look at; wait for, look for

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ante (+ acc.)

before

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amor (amos), amôris, m.

love

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ille, illa, illud

that (yonder)

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* cadô, cadere, cecidî, câsûrus *

fall

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velut (or velutî)

just as, as if

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prâtum, -î, n.

meadow

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ultimus, a, um

farthest; last

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flôs, flôris, m.

flower

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praetereô, -îre, -iî, -itus

go by, pass over, omit

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postquam

after

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* tangô, -ere, tetigî, tâctus *

touch

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arâtrum, -î, n.

plow

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*sum, esse, fuî, futûrus*

be

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amô (1)

love

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amans, amantis

loving, fond; friendly, affectionate

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culpa, -ae, f.

fault, blame

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culpô (1)

blame, reproach

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cum (+ abl.)

with

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cum

when; since; although

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* dîcô, -ere, dîxî, dictus *

say, tell

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dictum, -î, n.

something said, a saying

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moecha, -ae, f

an adultress

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moechus, -î, m.

an adulterer

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quî, quae, quod (relative)

who, which, that

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quî, quae, quod (interrog. adj.)

what

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quî (interrog. adv.)

how? by what means?

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vêrê

truly

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vêr, vêris, n.

spring

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