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ab, â, abs (+ abl.)

from, away from; by (agency)

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âcer, âcris, âcre

sharp, keen, eager

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acuiescô, -ere, -quiêvî

rest, relax, subside

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ad (+ acc.)

to, toward; for; near

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amô (1)

love

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animus, -î, m.

mind; spirit, courage

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appetô, -ere, îvî (iî), -îtus

seek after; desire; try to reach; attack

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ardor, ardôris, m.

flame, heat; passion

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at (ast)

but

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* auferô, -ferre, -abstulî, ablâtus *

bear off, carry away, remove

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aureolus, a, um

golden

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bellum, -î, n.

war

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bellus, -a, -um

pretty, handsome

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bene

well (adv.)

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cârus, -a, -um

dear

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circumsiliô, -îre

spring around, leap around

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* crêdô, -ere, crêdidî, crêditus *

believe; entrust (+ dat.)

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cupidô, -inis, f.

desire, passion; Cupid

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cûra, -ae f.

care

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cûrô (1)

take care, see to it; cause (to be done)

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dêliciae, -ârum, f. pl.

delight, pleasure; darling

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dêsiderium, -iî, n.

longing, ardent desire; want, necessity; request, petition

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dêvorô (1)

eat up, devour

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digitus, -î, m.

finger

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diû

long, a long time

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* dô, dare, dedî, datus *

give

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dolor, dolôris, m.

pain

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domina (domna), -ae, f.

mistress

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* eô, îre, iî, itûrus *

go

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* faciô, -ere, fêcî, factus *

do, make

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factus, -ûs, m.

a making; a pressing (of oil) (rare)

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* ferô, ferre, tulî, lâtus *

bear, endure; carry, bring

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* fiô, fierî, factus sum *

be made, be done; become, happen

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* fleô, -êre, flêvî, flêtus *

weep

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grâtus, -a, -um

pleasing; grateful

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gravis, -e

heavy; severe; serious

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gremium, -î, n.

bosom, lap

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hûc

hither, to this place

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ille, illa, illud

that (yonder)

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illuc

to that place, thither

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in (+ acc. or abl.)

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

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incitô (1)

incite, rouse

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iocor (1)

joke

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ipse, ipsa, ipsum

oneself, himself, herself etc. (intensive)

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iter, itineris, n.

journey, march; route, road

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levô (1)

lighten, relieve

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libet (lubet), -ere, -uit (libitum est)

it is nice, it is pleasant (to do something)

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ligô (1)

tie together, bind

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* lûdô, -ere, lûsî, lûsus *

play; mock

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* lûgeô, -êre, lûxî, lûctus *

mourn, grieve

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male (adv.)

badly, cruelly

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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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mâter, matris, f.

mother

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mellîtus, a, um

honey-sweet

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meus, -a, -um

my, mine

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misellus, a, um

miserable (dim. of miser)

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modo

only; lately, just now

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modus, -î, m.

manner, way; measure

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* morior, morî, mortuus (moritûrus) *

die

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morsus, -ûs, m.

bite; jaws, fluke (of an anchor)

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mortuus, -î, m.

a dead person

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* moveô, -êre, môvî, môtus *

move

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nam

for

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negô (1)

say ... not, deny

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nesciô, -îre, -îvî (-iî), ---

not know, be ignorant

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nitens, -entis, adj.

shining, radiant

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nîtor, -î, nîxus or nîsus

struggle; lean on, rely on

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* nôscô, -ere, nôvî, nôtus * (perfect forms often contracted, e.g. nostis, norunt, noram, noro)

become acquainted with; (perfect) know

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nunc

now (at this time)

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o

oh!

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ocellus, -î, m.

eye (diminutive of oculus); darling

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oculus, -î, m.

eye

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omnis, -e

all, every

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opera, -ae, f.

effort; services, agency; (esp. pl.) laborer, hired rowdy

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opus, -eris, n.

work

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Orcus, i, m.

Dis, god of the underworld; the underworld

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passer, eris, m.

“sparrow” (prob. a blue thrush)

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per (+ acc.)

through

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pernix, pernîcis

nimble, brisk

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pîpiô (1)

chirp

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plûs, plûris

more, too much (comp. of multus)

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* possum, posse, potuî, --- *

be able, can

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prîmum

first; in the first place; at first

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prîmus, -a, -um

first

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puella, -ae, f.

girl

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quantum

as much as; (with comparatives) the more

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quantus, -a, -um

how great, how much, (as great) as

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quî (interrog. adv.)

how? by what means?

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quî, quae, quod (interrog. adj.)

what

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quî, quae, quod (interrog. adj.)

which

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quî, quae, quod (relative)

who, which, that

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quid

why?

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quis, quid (interrog. pron.)

who? what?

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quisquam, cuiusquam

any one (at all)

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quod

because; (as to) the fact that, that

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rubeô, -êre, --- , ---

be red, redden

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sê or sêsê, suî, sibî or sibi, sê or sêsê

himself, herself, itself, themselves (reflex.)

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sed

but

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sîcut (sîcutî)

as if, just as

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sinus, -ûs, m.

fold, curve; bosom; bay; tract of remote land

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sôlâciolum, -î, n.

consolation, comfort (dim. of sôlâcium)

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* soleô, -êre, solitus sum *

be wont, be accustomed

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sôlus, a, um

only, alone

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solvô, -ere, solvî, solûtus

loose, loosen; set (i.e. loosen) sail; pay

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* sum, esse, fuî, futûrus *

be

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* sum, esse, fuî, futûrus*

be

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suus, -a, -um

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

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tenebrae, -ârum, f.

darkness

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tenebricôsus, a, um

shadowy, dark, tenebrous

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teneô, -êre, tenuî, tentus

hold

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tenerê

softly

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trîstis, -e

sad, gloomy

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tû; vôs

you (sing./pl.)

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tum

then, at that time

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turgidulus, a, um

swollen (dim. of turgidus)

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tuus, -a, -um

your, yours

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unde

whence; from which (what) place, from where

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ut, utî

that; as

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Venus, Veneris, f.

Venus; love

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venustus, -a, -um

charming

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zôna, -ae, f.

girdle, belt

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