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aestimo (1)

estimate, measure

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aestuôsus, -a, -um

very hot

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alter, -a, -um

the other (of two)

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amô (1)

love

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amor, -oris, m

love

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as, assis, m.

“as” (a copper coin), a penny

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atque, ac

and

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aut

or

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bâsiâtio, -ônis, f.

a kissing

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bâsio (1)

to kiss

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bâsium, -iî, n.

kiss

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Battus, -i, m.

a name given to Aristotle of Thera, the founder of Cyrene

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brevis, -e

short

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centum

a hundred

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conturbo (1)

throw into confusion

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cum

when; since; although

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cum (+ abl.)

with

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cûriôsus, a, um

diligent, devoted; curious, inquisitive

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Cyrênae, -ârum, f.

a Greek city in Libya, now Kuren

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deinde (dein)

then, thereupon, next

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dô, dare, dedî, datus

give

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dormiô, -îre, -îvî (-iî), -îtum

sleep

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ego; nôs

I; we

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* faciô, -ere, fêcî, factus *

do, make

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fascino (1)

enchant, bewitch

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furtîvus, -a, -um

stolen; secret

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harêna, -ae, f.

sand

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homô, -inis, m.

man, human being

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iaceô, -êre, iacuî, ---

lie (prostrate)

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ille, illa, illud

that (yonder)

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inter (+ acc.)

between, among

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invideô, -êre, -vîdî, -vîsum

envy, begrudge

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Iuppiter, Iovis, m.

Jupiter

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lasarpîcifer, -fera, -ferum

productive of assafoetida (used for cooking and to aid digestion)

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Libyssus, a, um

Libyan

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lûx, lûcis, f.

light

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magnus, -a, -um

large

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mâlum, -î, n.

apple

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malus, -a, -um

bad

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mâlus, -î, m/f.

m. mast (of a ship); f. apple tree

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meus, -a, -um

my, mine

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mîlia, -ium (subst.)

thousands

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mîlle (indecl.)

a thousand

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multa (adv.)

much, greatly, earnestly

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multa, -ae, f.

fine, penalty

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multus, -a, -um

much; (pl.) many; n. pl. many things, much

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lest

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nê ... quidem

not even

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neque, nec

and not, neither, nor

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nox, noctis, f.

night

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numerus, -î, m.

number

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* occidô, -ere, occidî, occâsûrus *

fall; sink, set; die

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* occîdô, -ere, occîdî, occîsus *

slay, kill

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omnis, -e

all, every

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ôrâculum, -î, n.

oracle, prophesy

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pernumero (1)

count up

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perpetuus, -a, -um

continuous; lasting

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* possum, posse, potuî, --- *

be able, can

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* quaerô, -ere, quaesîvî (-iî), -îtus *

seek, search for; ask, inquire

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quam

how; as, than (also from quî, quae, quod)

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quî, quae, quod (interrog. adj.)

what

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quî, quae, quod (relative)

who, which, that

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quis, quid (indef. pron.)

some one, any one; anything

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quis, quid (interrog. pron.)

who? what?

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quot

how many

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quotannîs (quot annîs)

eery year, annually

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* redeô, redîre, rediî, reditum *

go back, return

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rûmor, -ôris, m.

rumor, report

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sacer, -cra, -crum

holy, sacred

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sata, ôrum, n. pl.

crops

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satis, n. (also adverb)

enough

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sciô, -îre, scîvî, scîtus

know

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* sciô, -îre, scîvî, scîtus *

know

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secundus, -a, -um

second; favorable

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semel

once, one time

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senex, senis (m.)

(adj.) old; (subst.) old man

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sepulcrum (sepulchrum), -î, n.

tomb

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sevêrus, -a, -um

strict, severe

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sidus, -eris

constellation, star

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sôl, sôlis, m.

sun

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* soleô, -êre, solitus sum *

be wont, be accustomed

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* sum, esse, fuî, futûrus *

be

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super (adv. and prep. + acc.)

above; (+ abl.) about

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taceô, -êre, -uî, -itum

be silent

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tam

so (to such a degree)

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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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tuus, -a, -um

your, yours

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ûnâ (cum)

together (with)

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ûnus, a, um

one, only

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ûsque (ad)

all the way (to), even (to), as far as

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vêsânus, -a, -um

mad, insane

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vetus, -eris

old, ancient

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* videô, -êre, vîdî, vîsus *

see; in passive usually “seem”

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* vîvô, -ere, vîxî, vîctûrus *

live

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estimate, measure

aestimo (1)

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very hot

aestuôsus, -a, -um

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the other (of two)

alter, -a, -um

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love

amô (1)

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love

amor, -oris, m

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“as” (a copper coin), a penny

as, assis, m.

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and

atque, ac

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or

aut

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a kissing

bâsiâtio, -ônis, f.

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to kiss

bâsio (1)

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kiss

bâsium, -iî, n.

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a name given to Aristotle of Thera, the founder of Cyrene

Battus, -i, m.

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short

brevis, -e

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C. Valerius Catullus, b. 86 BCE

Catullus, i, m.

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a hundred

centum

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throw into confusion

conturbo (1)

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when; since; although

cum

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with

cum (+ abl.)

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diligent, devoted; curious, inquisitive

cûriôsus, a, um

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a Greek city in Libya, now Kuren

Cyrênae, -ârum, f.

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then, thereupon, next

deinde (dein)

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give

dô, dare, dedî, datus

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sleep

dormiô, -îre, -îvî (-iî), -îtum

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I; we

ego; nôs

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do, make

* faciô, -ere, fêcî, factus *

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enchant, bewitch

fascino (1)

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stolen; secret

furtîvus, -a, -um

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sand

harêna, -ae, f.

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man, human being

homô, -inis, m.

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lie (prostrate)

iaceô, -êre, iacuî, ---

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that (yonder)

ille, illa, illud

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between, among

inter (+ acc.)

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envy, begrudge

invideô, -êre, -vîdî, -vîsum

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Jupiter

Iuppiter, Iovis, m.

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productive of assafoetida (used for cooking and to aid digestion)

lasarpîcifer, -fera, -ferum

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Libyan

Libyssus, a, um

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light

lûx, lûcis, f.

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large

magnus, -a, -um

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apple

mâlum, -î, n.

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bad

malus, -a, -um

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m. mast (of a ship); f. apple tree

mâlus, -î, m/f.

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my, mine

meus, -a, -um

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thousands

mîlia, -ium (subst.)

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a thousand

mîlle (indecl.)

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much, greatly, earnestly

multa (adv.)

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fine, penalty

multa, -ae, f.

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much; (pl.) many; n. pl. many things, much

multus, -a, -um

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lest

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not even

nê ... quidem

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and not, neither, nor

neque, nec

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night

nox, noctis, f.

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number

numerus, -î, m.

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fall; sink, set; die

* occidô, -ere, occidî, occâsûrus *

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slay, kill

* occîdô, -ere, occîdî, occîsus *

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all, every

omnis, -e

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oracle, prophesy

ôrâculum, -î, n.

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count up

pernumero (1)

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continuous; lasting

perpetuus, -a, -um

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be able, can

* possum, posse, potuî, --- *

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seek, search for; ask, inquire

* quaerô, -ere, quaesîvî (-iî), -îtus *

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how; as, than (also from quî, quae, quod)

quam

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what

quî, quae, quod (interrog. adj.)

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who, which, that

quî, quae, quod (relative)

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some one, any one; anything

quis, quid (indef. pron.)

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who? what?

quis, quid (interrog. pron.)

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how many

quot

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eery year, annually

quotannîs (quot annîs)

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go back, return

* redeô, redîre, rediî, reditum *

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rumor, report

rûmor, -ôris, m.

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holy, sacred

sacer, -cra, -crum

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crops

sata, ôrum, n. pl.

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enough

satis, n. (also adverb)

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know

sciô, -îre, scîvî, scîtus

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know

* sciô, -îre, scîvî, scîtus *

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second; favorable

secundus, -a, -um

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once, one time

semel

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(adj.) old; (subst.) old man

senex, senis (m.)

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tomb

sepulcrum (sepulchrum), -î, n.

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strict, severe

sevêrus, -a, -um

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constellation, star

sidus, -eris

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sun

sôl, sôlis, m.

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be wont, be accustomed

* soleô, -êre, solitus sum *

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be

* sum, esse, fuî, futûrus *

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above; (+ abl.) about

super (adv. and prep. + acc.)

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be silent

taceô, -êre, -uî, -itum

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so (to such a degree)

tam

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only (so much), merely

tantum, tantum modo

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so great, so much

tantus, -a, -um

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your, yours

tuus, -a, -um

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together (with)

ûnâ (cum)

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one, only

ûnus, a, um

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all the way (to), even (to), as far as

ûsque (ad)

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mad, insane

vêsânus, -a, -um

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old, ancient

vetus, -eris

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see; in passive usually “seem”

* videô, -êre, vîdî, vîsus *

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live

* vîvô, -ere, vîxî, vîctûrus *

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