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dolus -ī, m.

artifice, device, trick

2

permittō, permittere, permīsī, permissum

yield, allow, permit

3

spīritus -ūs, m.

breath, life, spirit

4

intrā (+ acc.)

within (+ acc.)

5

terreō, terrēre, terruī, territum

terrify, frighten

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fōns, fontis, m.

spring, fountain

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invidia -ae, f.

envy, jealousy, hatred

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pūgnō (1)

fight

9

augeō, augēre, auxī, auctum

increase

10

littera -ae, f.

letter, (pl.) literature

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moneō, monēre, monuī, monitum

warn, advise

12

dīvitiae -ārum, f. pl.

riches, wealth

13

experior, experīrī, expertus

try thoroughly, test, experience

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superī -ōrum, m. pl.

those above, i.e. the gods

15

ōtium -ī, n.

leisure

16

vestīgium -ī, n.

footstep, footprint, track

17

sinō, sinere, sīvī, situm

allow, let go

18

decet, decēre, decuīt

it is right, proper, fitting (+ acc. + infin.)

19

effundō, effundere, effūdī, effūsum

pour out

20

prōmittō, prōmittere, prōmīsī, prōmissum

send forth, offer

21

fingō, fingere, fīnxī, fīctum

shape; invent

22

respicio, respicere, respēxī, respectum

look back, regard, consider

23

imperātor -ōris, m.

commander

24

vacō (1)

be empty, open, unoccupied

25

color -ōris, m.

color

26

discēdō, disc̄dere, discessī, discessum

go away, depart

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gaudium -ī, n.

delight, joy, pleasure

28

caecus -a -um

blind, unseeing; dark, obscure

29

libet, libēre, libuit or libitum est (+ dat. + infin.)

it is pleasing (+ dat. + infin.)

30

centum

one hundred

31

cōnstō cōnstāre, cōnstitī

constat

agree

it is established that (+ acc. and infin.)

32

lingua -ae, f.

tongue; language

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multitūdō -inis, f.

multitude, number

34

aeternus -a -um

everlasting, eternal

35

circā (adv. and prep. + acc.)

around

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ōrātiō -ōnis, f.

speech, address

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potestās -ātis, f.

power

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tardus -a -um

slow, sluggish, lingering

39

for, fārī, fātus

report, say

40

humus -ī, f.; humī

ground; on the ground

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testis -is, m.

witness

42

īnferō, īnferre, intulī, illātum

bellum īnferre

bring upon, against

make war on

43

cūrō (1)

watch over, look after, care for (+ acc.)

44

aes, aeris, n.

copper, bronze

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celer, celeris, celere

swift

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prōcēdō, prōcēdere, prōcessī, prōcessum

go forth, advance

47

mēnsa -ae, f.

table

48

pius -a -um

dutiful, devoted, just, pious

49

iūdicium -ī, n.

judgment, decision, trial

50

victōria -ae, f.

victory

51

damnō (1)

condemn

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rārus -a -um

wide apart, loose, thin; rare, seldom

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tempestas -tātis, f.

period of time, season; bad weather, storm

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imāgō -inis, f.

image, form, figure

55

ōrō (1)

pray

56

praeter (+ acc.)

by, along, past; besides, except (+ acc.)

57

cōnsulō, cōnsulere, cōnsuluī, cōnsultum

consult, plan (+ acc.); consider the interests of (+ dat)

58

iterum

again

59

porta -ae, f.

gate

60

intersum, interesse, interfuī

interest

to be between; take part in, attend (+ dat.)

it is in the interest of (+ gen.)

61

libīdō -inis, f.

passion, lust

62

sustineō, sustinēre, sustinuī, sustentum

hold up, sustain

63

aliquandō

at some time, at length

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māiōrēs, māiōrum, m.

ancestors

65

reperiō, reperīre, repperī, repertum

find, find out

66

intrō (1)

enter

67

pietās -tātis, f.

sense of duty, devotion, esp. between parents and children

68

barbarus -ī, m.

foreigner, barbarian

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culpa -ae, f.

guilt, fault, blame

70

iūstus -a -um

right, just, fair

71

dōnec

until

72

fluō, fluere, fluxī, fluxum

flow

73

necesse (indecl. adj.)

necessary

74

reor, rērī, rātus

think, imagine, suppose, deem

75

tenebrae -brārum, f. pl.

darkness, the shadows

76

saeculum -ī, n.

generation, age, century

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dīmittō, dīmittere, dīmīsī, dīmissum

send away

78

licet

even though

79

cinis, cineris, m./f.

ashes, embers

80

cōnsistō, cōnsistere, cōnstitī

take position; consist in, be composed of

81

recēns -ntis

fresh, new

82

aliter

otherwise, differently

83

laedō, laedere, laesī, laesum

injure by striking, hurt

84

probō (1)

approve, prove; convince one (dat.) of a thing (acc.)

85

doleō, dolēre, doluī

feel pain or grief, grieve

86

quārē

how? why?

87

antequam

before

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reliquus -a -um

remaining, rest

89

semel

once

90

ōdī, ōdisse

hate

91

sīcut

just as

92

peccō (1)

commit a wrong, injure

93

sēnsus -ūs, m.

feeling, emotion, sense

94

exsilium -ī, n.

exile, banishment

95

cor, cordis, n.

cordī est (+ dat.)

heart

it is pleasing to (+ dat.)

96

dēnique

finally

97

sapientia -ae, f.

wisdom

98

statim

immediately

99

accidō, accidere, accidī

fall; happen

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dēcernō, dēcernere, dēcrēvī, dēcrētum

determine, decide