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

it is fitting

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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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* faciô, -ere, fêcî, factus *

do, make

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* frangô, -ere, frêgî, frâctus *

break

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* fugiô, -ere, fûgî, fugitûrus *

flee

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* habeô, -êre, -uî, -itus *

have

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* incîdô, -ere, -cidî *

fall in (with); happen

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* maneô, -êre, mânsî, mânsûrus *

remain

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* nâscor, nâscî, nâtus *

be born

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* prôsum, prôdesse, prôfuî, -futûrus *

benefit

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* respondeô, -êre, -spondî, -spônsus *

reply, answer

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* sum, esse, fuî, futûrus *

be

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* ûtor, ûtî, ûsus *

use (+ abl.)

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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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* vîvô, -ere, vîxî, vîctûrus *

live

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* volô, velle, voluî, --- *

be willing, will, wish

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* dûcô, -ere, dûxî, ductus*

lead, guide

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ad (+ acc.)

to, toward; for; near

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âêr, âeris, m (acc. âera)

air

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aes, aeris, n.

copper, bronze

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amor, -oris, m

love

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an (also anne)

or (introducing the latter clause of a disjunctive question)

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at (ast)

but

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beâtus, -a, -um

happy, prosperous (ML blessed)

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bene

well (adv.)

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Bîthŷnia, ae, f.

Bithynia, Roman province in NW Asia Minor

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caput, -itis, n.

head

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Catullus

The poet

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certê

certainly

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cinaedus, a, um

like a cinaedus (catamite); slutty

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Cinna, ae, m.

a Roman cognomen, esp. C. Helvius Cinna (a friend of Catullus)

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cohors, -rtis, f.

cohort

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collum, -î, n.

neck

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commodus, -a, -um

suitable, convenient

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comparô (conparo) (1)

(1) connect, unite, join; place on the same the same footing (2) prepare; arrange; procure, purchase

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conlocô (collocô) (1)

place, station

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cûr

why

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dêferô, dêferre, dêtulî, dêlâtus

carry down, carry away; report; offer, bestow

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ego; nôs

I; we

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et

and

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ex, ê (+ abl.)

out of

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forum, -î, n.

Forum; market-place

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Gâïus, iî, m.

a Roman praenomen; abbreviate to C. (the archaic spelling)

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grabâtus, ī, m.

pallet, cot

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hîc

here, in this place; now, under the circumstances

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hic, haec, hoc

this

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homô, -inis, m.

man, human being

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hûc

hither, to this place

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iam

now (by this time); already

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ille, illa, illud

that (yonder)

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illepidus, a, um

ungraceful, awkward

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illic

in that place, yonder; with that person or thing (rare); in that matter

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in (+ acc. or abl.)

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

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inquam (defective)

say (in direct quotation)

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insulsus, a, um

witless, stupid

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invenustus, a, um

unattractive

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ipse, ipsa, ipsum

oneself, himself, herself etc. (intensive)

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irrumâtor, ôris, m.

a man who forces oral sex; a man who despises others generally

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is, ea, id

this, that; he, she, it

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iste, ista istud

that (of yours)

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lectîca, -ae, f.

a litter

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licet, -êre, licuit (impersonal)

it is permitted, one may

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male (adv.)

badly, cruelly

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malignê

spitefully

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mâlum, -î, n.

apple

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malus, -a, -um

bad

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mâne (indeclinable noun)

the morning; in the morning

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meus, -a, -um

my, mine

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modo

only; lately, just now

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modus, -î, m.

manner, way; measure

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molestus, -a, -um

troublesome, annoying

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nam

for

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nâtus, -î, m.

a son; pl. children, offspring

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neglegens, entis

careless

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neque (or nec)

and not, nor

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neque, nec

and not, neither, nor

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nihil (nil), n.

nothing

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nôn

not

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nûllus, a, um

no, not one

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octô

eight

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ôtiôsus, -a, -um

unoccupied, unemployed

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parô (1)

prepare, get ready

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paulum (acc.)

a little

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per (+ acc.)

through

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pês, pedis, m.

foot

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pîlum, -î, n.

javelin

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possum, posse, potuî, ---

be able, can

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praesertim

especially

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praetor, -ôris, m.

praetor, judge

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prôvincia, -ae f.

province

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puella, -ae, f.

girl

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quaesô, -ere, ---, ---

beg, pray

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quam

how; as, than (also from quî, quae, quod)

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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 (relative)

who, which, that

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quid

why?

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quînam, quaenam, quodnam

which, what; just which, just what

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quis, quid (interrog. pron.)

who? what?

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quisquam, quaequam, quicquam

any one (at all)

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quô

whither, to which (what) place (cf. also qui, quae, quod etc.)

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quod

because; (as to) the fact that, that

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ratiô, -ônis, f.

reckoning, reason, consideration; manner, way

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rectus, a, um

straight

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referô, -ferre, retulî, relâtum

bring back, return; renew; report

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repente

suddenly

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sânê

certainly, surely, by all means

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scortillum, ī, n.

diminutive of scortum, little piece

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

himself, herself, itself, themselves (reflexive)

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sed

but

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Serâpis, is, m.

an Egyptian god, typically worshiped with Isis

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sermô, -ônis, m.

talk, conversation

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sodâlis, is, m. or f.

companion; fellow member of a club or priestly college

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suus, -a, -um

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

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tam

so (to such a degree)

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tamen

nevertheless

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tû; vôs

you (sing./pl.)

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tum

then, at that time

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unctus, a, um

greasy; well-oiled, rich

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ûnus, -a, -um

one, only

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ut, utî

that; as

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utrum

whether

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utrum ... an

whether ... or

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varius, -a, -um

varied, diversified

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Vârus, -î, m.

a surname in the gens Quinctilius, esp. P. Quinctilius Varus

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vêrum

but

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vêrus, -a, -um

true, real

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vetus, -eris

old, ancient

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vîvus, -a, -um

living, alive

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volô, âre, -âvî, -âtûrus

fly

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