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Consisto, consistere, constiti, constitus

To stop,
To settle

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Arcus, arcūs m.

Bow

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Corripio, corripere, corripui, correptus

To snatch (up)

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Arboreus, arborea, arboreum

Branching, tree-like

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Sterno, sternere, stravi, stratus

To lay low, to spread, to strew

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Nemus, nemoris n.

Grove, glade
Wood, forest

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Frondeus, frondea, frondeum

Leafy

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Turba, turbae f.

Commotion, uproar, disturbance
Crowd, mob

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Prius

First, sooner
Earlier, before

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Absisto, absistere, abstiti

To cease, to stop

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Partior, partiri, partitus

To distribute, to divide

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Cadus, cadi m.

Jar, urn

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Maereo, maerēre

To mourn, to grieve (for)

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Patior, pati, passus

To suffer, to endure

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Rabiēs, rabiei f.

Rage, madness, fury

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Penitus

Within, deeply, wholly

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Accedo, accedere, acessi, acessus

To approach

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Experior, experiri, expertus

To try, to experience

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Resurgo, resurgere, resurrexi, resurrectus

To rise again

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Duro, durare, duravi, duratus

To harden, to endure

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Vosmet

Emphatic form of vos

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Secundus, secunda, secundum

Following, favorable, second

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Aeger, aegra, aegrum

Sick, weary

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Vultus, vultūs m.

Countenance, face

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Simulo, simulare, simulavi, simulatus

To imitate, to pretend, to feign

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Daps, dapis f.

Feast, banquet

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Tergus, tergoris n.

Back, hide

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Diripio, diripere, diripui, direptus

To tear from

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Costa, costae f.

Rib, side

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Frustum, frusti n.

Piece, part

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Seco, secare, secui, sectus

To cut, to divide

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Verū, verūs n.

Broach, spit, spike

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Aenum, aeni n.

Bronze

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Victus, victūs m.

Living, food, victuals

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Herba, herbae f.

Grass, herbage

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Impleo, implēre, implēvī, implētus

To fill with (gen.)

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Pinguis, pingue

Fat, rich, fertile

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Ferina, ferinae f.

Game, venison

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Eximo, eximere, exēmī, exemptus

To take away, to remove

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Famēs, famis f.

Hunger

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Epulae, epularum f.

Banquet, feast

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Seu, sīve

Whether, or (if)

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Exaudio, exaudire, exaudivi, exauditus

To hear, to harken

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Praecipue

Especially

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Pius

Conscientious, upright, faithful, patriotic

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Acer, acris, acre

Sharp, spirited

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Conscendo, conscendere, conscendi, conscensus

To climb, to mount

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Mulceo, mulcēre, mulsi, mulsus

To soothe, to calm

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Prospectus, prospectūs m.

Sight, view

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Celsus, celsa, celsum

High, lofty, towering

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Cornū, cornūs n.

Horn

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Misceo, miscēre, mulsi, mulsus

To mix

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Quam (adv.)

How, then, as

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Trinacrius, trinacria, trinacrium

Sicilian

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Onero, onerare, oneravi, oneratus

To burden, to load