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aequor, -oris, n.

the sea

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aiô (defective verb)

say, declare (used mainly in present and imperfect)

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Amastris, Amastris, f.

a city in Paphlagonia, on the Black Sea coast of Asia Minor

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anteâ

before, previously

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aura, -ae, f.

breeze, (breath of) air

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aurum, -î, n.

gold

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buxifer, buxifera, buxiferum

boxwood bearing

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cacûmen, -inis, n.

peak, point, tip

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Castor, oris, m.

Castor, twin brother of Pollux

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celer, -eris, -ere

swift

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cognitus,a, um

known; sexually intimate (perf. part. of cognosco)

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coma, -ae, f.

hair; foliage

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comâtus, a, um

long-haired

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Cyclas, Cycladis, f.

an island in the Cyclades

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Cytōrius, a, um

of Mt. Cytorus (in Asia Minor)

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Cytōrus, î, m.

Mt. Cytorus, in Asia Minor

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dêdicô (1)

proclaim, declare; dedicate, devote to

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deus, -î, m. (nom. pl. dî and deî)

god

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dexter, -tra (-tera), -trum

right (hand)

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* dîcô, -ere, dîxî, dictus *

say, tell

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* edô, -ere (or esse), êdî, êsus *

eat

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* edô, -ere, -didî, -ditum *

bring forth; publish

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erus, -î, m.

master of the house

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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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fretum, -î, n.

strait (of water); sea

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gemellus, a, um

double, twin

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Hadriâticus, a, um

of the Adriatic Sea; (neut. subst.) The Adriatic

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horridus, a, um

bristling, shaggy; wild; frightful

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hospes, -itis, m.

guest; host; friend

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imbuô, -ere, -uî, -ûtum

drench, steep; wet for the first time; inaugurate, initiate

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impetus, -ûs, m.

attack

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impotens, (inpotens) impotentis (adj.)

powerless, impotent; out of control, raging

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* incîdô, -ere, -cidî *

fall in (with); happen

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inde

from there, thence, then

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însula, -ae, f.

island

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iugum, -î, n.

yoke; (mountain) ridge

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Iuppiter, Iovis, m.

Jupiter

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cognitus,a, um

known; sexually intimate (perf. part. of cognosco)

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lacus, -ûs, m.

lake, hollow

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laevus, -a, -um

left (hand)

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limpidus, a, um

clear, transparent

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linteum, ī, n.

linen cloth, napkin; sail

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lītorālis, e

of the shore

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lîtus, -oris, n.

shore

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*loquor, loquî, locûtus*

speak, talk

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mare, maris, n.

sea

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mâs, maris

male, masculine

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minâciae, -ârum, f. pl.

threats

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minax, -âcis

threatening

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nam

for

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natô (1)

swim

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nâvis, -is, f. (acc. sometimes navim)

ship

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negô (1)

say ... not, deny

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neque (or nec)

and not, nor

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nequeô, -îre, -îvî or -iî, -îtum

be unable

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nôbilis, -e

(well-)known, prominent

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novus, -a, -um

new

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nunc

now (at this time)

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opus (est)

(there is) need

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opus, -eris, n.

work

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origô, -inis, f.

source, origin

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palmula, ae, f.

the palm of the hand; palm leaf or tree; oar

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pês, pedis, m.

foot

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phasēlus, ī, m.

small boat, yacht

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Ponticus, a, um

of Pontus (a region in N.E. Asia Minor, bordering the Black Sea)

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praetereô, -îre, -iî, -itus

go by, pass over, omit

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prior, -ius

former

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Propontis, idis, f.

the Propontis, the Sea of Marmara

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quiês, -êtis, f.

quiet, rest

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reconditus, a, um

hidden, secluded

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Rhodus, ī, m.

the island of Rhodes

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saepe

often

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secundus, -a, -um

second; favorable

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seneō, senēre

be old

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sībilus, ī, m.

a whistling sound, a hissing

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silva, -ae f.

forest

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sinus, -ûs, m.

fold, curve; bosom; bay

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* stô, stâre, stetî, stâtûrus *

stand

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* sum, esse, fuî, futûrus *

to be

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Thrâcia, ae, f.

Thrace

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tot

so many

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tot ... quot

as many ... as

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trabs, trabis, f.

beam, timber

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trux, trucis

savage, fierce

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ûllus, a, um

any

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ultimus, a, um

farthest; last

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ûsque (ad)

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

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uterque, utraque, utrumque

each, both

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* veniô, -îre, vênî, ventum *

come

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* videô, -êre, vîdî, vîsus *

see; in passive usually “seem”

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volô, âre, -âvî, -âtûrus

fly

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vôtum, -î, n.

vow, prayer

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