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* aspiciô (adspicio), aspicere, aspexî, aspectum *

behold, see; look towards, lie toward; examine, ponder

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* bibô, -ere, bibî, (pôtus) *

drink

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Caecubum, i, n.

a place in S. Latium; Caecuban wine

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Caecubus, a, um

Caecuban

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* canô, -ere, cecinî, cantus *

sing; prophesy, foretell

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capax, -âcis

spacious, roomy

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cieô, -êre, cîvî, citus

stir up, agitate;move

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Chius, a, um

Chian; (n.) wine of Chios; (n. pl.) Chian cloth

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citus, -a, -um

swift, fleet

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coerceô, -êre, -uî, -itum

enclose, confine; control

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condô, -ere, -didî, -dîtus

found; compose, write; store up; put away, bury

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cônôpeum, î, n. (cônôpeum / cônôpium)

mosquito net

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Crêta, -ae, f.

Crete

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daps, dapis, f. (sing. or plural)

banquet, feast

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dêtrahô, -ere, -traxî, -tractum

drag down

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Dôrius, a, um

Doric, Greek

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êmancipô (êmancupô) (1)

transfer; declare to be free; entrust to (+ dat.)

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exercitâtus, a, um

trained, disciplined

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* fluô, -ere, flûxî, flûxûrus *

flow

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fremô, -ere, -uî, -itûrus

roar, howl

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frêtus, -a, -um

relying (on), depending (on)

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fretum, -î, n.

strait (of water); sea

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Iugurthînus, a, um

Jugurthine, of Jugurtha (king of Numidia, 160-104 B.C.)

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iuvô, iuvâre, iûvî, iûtus

aid, help; (often used impersonally in third person singular to mean “what use is it to...”)

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Carthago (Karthago), inis, f

Carthage

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lateô, -êre, -uî, ---

lie hidden, escape the notice of

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lûgubris, -e (adj.)

mourning, doleful

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Lyaeus, a, um

Bacchic; m. Bacchus; wine

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lyra, -ae, f.

lyre

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mêtior, -îrî, mênsus

measure

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metus, -ûs, m.

fear

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nausea, ae, f.

sea-sickness; vomiting

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notô (1)

mark, brand

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nûper

recently

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perfidus, a, um

treacherous, perfidious

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portus, -ûs, m.

harbor

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Pûnicus, a, um

Punic, Carthaginian; red, purple

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puppis, -is, f.

stern (of a ship); ship

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reporto (1)

carry back

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repônô, -ponere, -posuî, -positum

replace, restore; lay aside, store up; lay down; count, reckon among

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rûgôsus, -a, -um

full of wrinkles

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sagum, î, n.

cloak (esp. a military cloak)

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scyphus, î, m.

goblet, cup

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signum, -î, n.

sign, signal; standard; statue

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sinistrorsum or sinistrorsus

to the left

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spado, spadônis m.

eunuch

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Syrtis, -is, f.

the Gulf of Sidra (Libya); f.pl. the Syrtes (sand bars famous for their desolation)

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tîbia, -ae, f.

flute, pipe

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* ûrô, -ere, ussî, ûstus *

* ûrô, -ere, ussî, ûstus *

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vâllum, -î, n.

rampart, wall