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allabor (adlabor), allabî, allapsus

glide toward, fall, slide

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assideô (adsideô), -sidêre, -sêdî, -sessum

sit by; stand by as a supporter; attend upon (the sick), take care of; beseige, blockade

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arâtrum, -î, n.

plow

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benignitas, -âtis, f.

an affable bearing towards others, kindness

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Calaber, -bra, -brum

Calabrian, of Calabria (in Roman times roughly the heel of Italy, not, as now, the toe)

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candens, candentis

shining white

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Caucasus, -î, m.

the Caucusus mountains

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Chremes, Chremêtis (or Chremis), m.

a typical miser in plays of Terence

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Circaeus, -a, -um

of or pertaining to Circe (mother of Telegonus, founder of Tusculum)

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* decet, -êre, decuit, --- (impersonal) *

it is fitting

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discingô, -cingere, -cinxî, -cinctum

to ungird; disarm

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dîto (1)

enrich

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fervidus, a, um

boiling, hot; impetuous

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imbellis (inbellis), -e

anti-war; peaceful

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illigô (inligô) (1)

tie on; fetter, entangle; bind

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implûmis (inplûmis), -e

without feathers; unfledged, callow

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iûcundus, -a, -um

pleasing, delightful

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iugum, -î, n.

yoke; (mountain) ridge

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iuvô, iuvâre, iûvî, iûtus

aid, help; (esp. in third person singular for “what use is it to...”)

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Liburnus, -a, -um

Liburnian (i.e. Illyrian); (also a kind of small ship)

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Lûcânus, -a, -um

Lucanian (i.e. pertaining to Lucania, in S. Italy)

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mîlitô (1)

carry on a war; serve as soldier

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minor, -us

smaller (comparative of parvus)

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moenia, -ium, n. (plural)

fortifications, (city) walls

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mûtô (1)

change; exchange

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nepôs, -ôtis, m.

grandson, descendant

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* nîtor, -î, nîxus or nîsus *

struggle; lean on, rely on

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* occîdô, -ere, occîdî, occîsus *

slay, kill

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* occidô, -ere, occidî, occâsûrus *

fall; sink, set; die

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parum

too little, not enough

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pascuum, -î, n.

a pasture

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prôpugnâculum, -î, n.

bulwark, rampart

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pullus, -î, m.

a young animal, a chick; (also used for persons as a term of endearment)

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serpêns, -entis, m.

snake, serpent

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sidus, -eris

constellation, star

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sinus, -ûs, m.

fold, curve; bosom; bay

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subeô, -îre, -îvî or -iî, -itum

enter; attack; support; climb

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supernus, -a, -um

higher, celestial

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superstes, -itis, adj.

surviving

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* tangô, -ere, tetigî, tâctus *

touch

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Tusculum, -î, n.

Tusculum, an ancient town of Latium, nr. modern Frascati

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ûsque (ad)

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