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comito, comitare, comitavi, comitatus

accompany, attend, escort, follow

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careo, carēre, carui, caritus

be free from, lack (abl.)

3

civis, civis m. (f.0

citizen, compatriot

4

insania, insaniae f.

madness, frenzy, folly

5

latebra, latebrae f.

hiding place, cavern, lair

6

scindo, scindere, scidi, scissus

split, divide

7

dive, seu

or (if), whether, either

8

terebro, terebrare, terebravi, terebratus

bore into, pierce

9

uro, urere, urussi, urustus

burn, consume

10

alvus, alvi f.

belly, body

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contorqueo, contorquēre, contorsi, contortus

hurl, twirl

12

ferus, feri m.

beast, monster, horse

13

laevus, laeva, laevum

left, foolish, unlucky

14

lignum, ligni n.

wood, timber

15

machina, machinae f.

machine, engine, device

16

occulto, occultare, occultavi, occultatus

hide, conceal, secrete

17

anguis, anguis m. (f.)

snake, serpent

18

arrigo, arrigere, arrexi, arrectus

raise, rear

19

iuba, iubae f.

mane, crest

20

lambo, lambere

lick, lap

21

lingua, linguae f.

tongue, language

22

sibilus, sibila, sibilum

hissing, whirring

23

sinuo, sinuare, sinuavi, sinuatus

fold, curve, twist, wind

24

sollemnis, sollemne

annual, customary, solemn

25

sufficio, sufficere, suffeci, suffectus

supply, suffuse

26

vibro, vibrare, vibravi, vibratus

quiver, vibrate, dart

27

volumen, voluminis n.

fold, coil, roll

28

delubrum, delubri n.

shrine, temple, fane

29

depascor, depasci, depastus

feed on, devour

30

implico, implicare, implicavi, implicatus

entwine

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lapsus, lapsūs m.

gliding, rolling, sinking

32

ligo, ligare, ligavi, ligatus

bind, tie, fasten

33

morsus, morsūs m.

bite, biting, jaws, fangs

34

mugitus, mugitūs m.

bellow(ing), roar

35

expendo, expendere, expendi, expensus

expiate, pay (for)

36

inclutus, incluta, inclutum

famous, renowned

37

minor, minare, minatus

tower; threaten (dat.)

38

pavor, pavoris m.

terror, shuddering, alarm

39

rota, rotae f.

wheel

40

scando, scandere, scandi, scansus

mount, climb

41

stuppeus, stuppea, stuppeum

hempen, (of) tow

42

conticesco, conticescere, conticui

become silent, hush

43

festus, festa, festum

festal, festive

44

barba, barbae f.

beard, whiskers

45

bigae, bigarum f.

two-horse chariot

46

concretus, concreta, concretum

grown together, hardened, matted

47

gratus, grata, gratum

welcome, pleasing, grateful

48

largus, larga, largum

abundant, copious

49

lorum, lori n.

thong, leather strap, rein

50

pulvis, pulveris m.

dust

51

sepelio, sepelire, sepelivi, sepultus

bury

52

serpo, serpere, serpsi, serptus

creep (on), crawl

53

squaleo, squalēre, squalui

be rough, be filthy

54

tumeo, tumēre, tumui

swell, be swollen

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commendo, commendare, commendavi, commendatus

intrust, commit

56

cur

why, for what reason

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denique

finally, at last

58

expromo, expromere, exprompsi, expromptus

express, bring forth

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indignus, indigna, indignum

undeserved, unworthy

60

ultro

voluntarily, further

61

vanus, vana, vanum

vain, idle, useless, false

62

Vesta, Vestae f.

goddess of the hearth

63

abdo, abdere, abdidi, abditus

hide, bury

64

aequaevus, aequaeva, aequaevum

of equal age

65

cupulus, capuli m.

hilt, handle, head

66

implico, implicare, implicavi, implicatus

entwine

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laeva, laevae f.

left hand

68

lapso, lapsare

slip, stumble, totter, fall

69

truncus, trunci m.

trunk, body, torso

70

Erinys, Erinyos f.

Fury, Curse

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exardesco, exardexcere, exarsi, exarsus

blaze (up)

72

lustro, lustrare, lustravi, lustratus

survey, traverse, purify

73

secretus, secreta, secretum

remote, hidden, secret

74

etsi

although, even if

75

pario, parere, peperi, partus

gain, produce

76

scilicet

doubtless, of course, forsooth

77

sudo, sudare, sudavi, sudatus

sweat, perspire

78

ulciscor, ulcisci, ulciscultus sum

avenge, punish

79

ultrix, ultricis

avenging, vengeful

80

caelicola, caelicolae m. (f.)

divinity, deity

81

indomitus, indomita, indomitum

uncontrolled, ungovernable

82

roseus, rosea, roseum

rosy, red, pink

83

caligo, caligare, caligavi

bedark, darken

84

hebeto, hebetare, hebetavi, hebetatus

blunt, dull, dim, weaken

85

obduco, obducere, obduxi, obductus

draw over

86

pundo, undare, undavi, undatus

swell, roll, wave

87

bipennis bipennis f.

double ax

88

certatim

in rivallry, zealously

89

limbus, limbi m.

border, hem, fringe

90

nusquam

nowhere, never

91

ornus orni f.

ash (tree)

92

Scaeus, Scaea, Scaeum

Scaean, name of chief gate at Troy

93

spissus, spissa, spissum

thick, dense, crowded

94

usque

continuously, constantly

95

vero

truly, indeed, but