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adnītor, adnītī, adnixus sum

to strive, lean against

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aperiō, aperīre, aperuī, apertum

to open, disclose

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arrigō, arrigere, arrēxī, arrēctum

to raise, prick up

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adstō, adstāre, adstetī

to stand near, by

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auris, auris (f.)

ear

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cōnspiciō, cōnspicere, cōnspexī, cōnspectum

to see, behold

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coōrior, coōrīrī, coortus sum

to arise

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dētrūdō, dētrūdere, dētrūsī

to to push off, dislodge

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fax, facis (f.)

firebrand, torch

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levō (1)

to raise, lift

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meritum, -ī (n.)

reward, service, merit

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ministrō (1)

to tend, serve, supply

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perlābor, perlābī, perlāpsus sum

to glide over

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pietās, pietātis (f.)

loyalty, devotion, duty

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rota, -ae (f.)

wheel; chariot

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saeviō, saevīre, saīvī, saevitus

to rage, be fierce

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scopulus, -ī (m.)

cliff, crag, rock

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sēditiō, sēditiōnis (f.)

riot, strife

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sileō, silēre, siluī

to be silent, still

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syrtis, syrtis (f.)

sand bar, reef

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temperō (1)

to calm, control

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volō (1)

to fly, speed

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vulgus, -ī (m.)

crowd, throng

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apertus, -a, -um

open, clear

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cadō, cadere, cedidī, cāsus

to fall, subside

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flectō, flectere, flexī, flexus

to bend, turn, guide

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fragor, fragōris (m.)

crash, uproar

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invehō, invehere, invēxī, invectus

to carry in, convey

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lōrum, lōrī (n.)

rein

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mulceō, mulcēre, mulsī, mulsus

to soothe, calm

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postquam

after (that), when

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prōspiciō, prōspicere, prōspexī, prōspectum

to look out on

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secundus, -a, -um

following, favorable, obedient

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regō, regere, rēxī, rēctus

to rule