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abeô, -îre, -îvî, -itum

abeô, -îre, -îvî, -itum

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aevum, -î, n. (also aevom)

age, life time

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aliquis, aliquid

some one; any one; anything

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âridus, -a, -um

dry

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audâx, -âcis

bold, daring

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* audeô, -êre, ausus sum (perf. subj. ausim etc.) *

dare

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* caveo, cavêre, câvî, cautum *

be on one's guard, beware

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charta or carta, -ae, f.

paper, papyrus

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cibus, -î, m.

food

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conveniô, -venîre, -vênî, -ventum

meet; come to an agreement

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Cornêlius, -a, -um

the name of a Roman family (gens) and tribe

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cupiô, -ere, -îvî (-iî), -îtus

desire

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dea, -ae, f.

goddess

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dêfessus, -a, -um

tired out, exhausted

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dêlicâtus, -a, -um

alluring, charming, voluptuous

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despuô, -ere

spit

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doceô, -ere, -uî, -tum

tell, inform; teach

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doctus, -a, -um

learned, wise

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dolor, dolôris, m.

pain

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donô (1)

present

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dônum, -î, n.

gift

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explicô, âre, -âv î, -âtum

unroll, unravel; explain

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expoliô, -ïre, -ïvï or -iî, -îtum

smooth down, polish

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expolîtus, -a, -um

polished

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facêtiae, -ârum, f. pl.

wit, clever sayings, humor

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* faciô, -ere, fêcî, factus *

do, make

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furor, -ôris, m.

madness, rage, frenzy

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habeô, habêre, habuî, habitum

to have

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hesternus, -a, -um

of yesterday

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* iaceô, -êre, iacuî, --- *

lie (prostrate)

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illinc

from there, thence

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illôc

to that place, thither

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incendô, -ere, -cendî, cênsus

set fire to, burn

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indomitus, a, um

untamed

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iocus, -î, m.

joke

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Italus, -a, -um

Italian

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iûcundus, -a, -um

pleasing, delightful

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Iuppiter, Iovis, m.

Jupiter

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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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labor, -ôris, m.

toil, difficulty

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laboriôsus, -a, -um

hard, laborious

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* laedô, -ere, laesî, laesus *

strike, injure

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lectulus or lecticulus, -î, m.

a little bed

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lectus, -î or -ûs, m.

bed

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legô, -ere, lêgî, lêctus

read; (originally and in compounds) gather, choose

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lepidus, a, um

agreeable, charming

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lepos (lepor), lepôris, m.

charm, attractiveness

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lepus, leporis, m.

a hare

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libellus, -î, m.

small book; pamphlet; document

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Licinius, ī, m. Licinius, ī, m. Licinius, ī, m. Licinius, ī, m.

a Roman gentile name; esp. C. Licinius Macer Calvus a Roman gentile name; esp. C. Licinius Macer Calvus a Roman gentile name; esp. C. Licinius Macer Calvus a Roman gentile name; esp. C. Licinius Macer Calvus

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*loquor, loquî, locûtus*

speak, talk

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* lûdô, -ere, lûsî, lûsus *

play; mock

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lûx, lûcis, f.

light

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* maneô, -êre, -sî, -sum *

remain

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membrum, -î, n.

member, limb

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meus, -a, -um

my, mine

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miser, -a, -um

wretched

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modo

only; lately, just now

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modus, -î, m.

manner, way; measure

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multus, -a, -um

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

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mûtuus, -a, -um

on loan; reciprocal; belonging to each other

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namque

for, for indeed

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lest

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nê ... quidem

not even

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Nemesis, eôs, f.

Greek goddess of retribution; woman in poems of Tibullus

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novus, a, um

new

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nûgae. -ârum, f. pl.

trifles, worthess things, trash

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numerô (1)

count, pay out, relate, consider

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numerus, -î, m.

number

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o

oh!

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ocellus, -î, m.

eye (diminutive of oculus); darling

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omnis, -e

all, every

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ôrô (1)

beg, pray

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ôtiôsus, -a, -um

unoccupied, unemployed

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patrôna, -ae, f.

patron, protectress

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per (+ acc.)

through

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perennis, -is, -e

constant; enduring

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perspiciô, -ere, -spexî, spectus

look or see through, see (clearly), perceive

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plûs, plûris

more, too much (comp. of multus)

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poêma, atis, n.

poem

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poena, -ae f.

penalty, punishment

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postquam

after

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prex, precis, f. (usually plural)

entreaty, prayer

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pûmex, -icis, m. (sometimes f.)

pumice stone (used to make erasures)

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putô (1)

consider, deem

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quâliscumque (quâliscunque), quâliscumque, quâlecumque

whatever, of whatever sort

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quârê

on account of which thing; wherefore, therefore

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quiês, -êtis, f.

quiet, rest

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quisquis, quicquid

whoever, whatever

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reddô, -ere, reddidî, redditus

give back, return; render

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reposco, reposcere

demand back; claim

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saeculum (saeclum), -(u)lî, n.

generation, age; the present time

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* scrîbô, -ere, scrîpsî, scrîptus *

write

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sêmimortuus, a, um

half-dead

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simul

at the same time

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soleô, -êre, -itus

be accustomed to

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somnus, -î, m.

sleep

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tabella, -ae, f.

tablet

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* tegô, -ere, têxî, têctus *

cover; protect

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tôtus, a, um

whole, all, entire

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três, tria

three

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tribus, -ûs, m.

tribe

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uterque, utraque, utrumque

each, both

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vēmens, vementis, adj.

violent, forceful, zealous

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versiculus, -î, m.

a short line (or poetry)

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versor, -ârî, -âtus

be engaged in, be occupied with

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* videô, -êre, vîdî, vîsus *

see; in passive usually “seem”

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vînum, -î, n.

wine

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virgô, -inis, f.

maiden

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