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ābsūmō -sūmere -sūmpsī -sūmptum

take away; use up, consume, waste

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aditus -ūs m.

entrance, approach

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admittō -mittere -mīsī -missum

send in; let in, allow

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āles -itis m./f.

bird; rooster

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axis -is m.

axle; chariot

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bibō bibere bibī

drink

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blandior -īrī -ītus sum

flatter

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Boreās -ae m.

the god of the North Wind

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capillus -ī m.

hair

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carcer -eris m.

prison

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cardō -inis m.

hinge

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catēna -ae f.

chain, fetter

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cēlō -āre

hide, conceal; cover; keep in the dark, deceive

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claustrum -ī n.

bolt, bar

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comitō -āre

accompany, follow

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concutiō -cutere -cussī -cussum

shake, strike, shatter

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conserva -ae f.

fellow-slave

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corōna -ae f.

garland, crown

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crūdēlis -e

cruel, merciless

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Cupīdō -inis m.

Cupid

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dērigō -rigere -rexī -rectum

set straight, direct, guide

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dētrahō -trahere -traxī -tractum

strip off, remove

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dummodo

(conj.) provided that, if only, as long as

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excitō -āre

wake, rouse

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exclūdō -clūdere -clūsī -clūsum

shut out

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excubiae -ārum f. pl.

the keeping of a watch, a watch

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excutiō -cutere -cussī -cussum

shake out, throw off

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exiguus -a -um

small, slight

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ferreus -a -um

made of iron; hard-hearted, cruel

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flāmen -inis n.

gust, blast (of wind)

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foris foris f.

door

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formōsus -a -um

shapely, beautiful

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fulciō fulcīre fulsī fultum

strengthen, fortify, reinforce

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fulmen -inis n.

thunderbolt; threat of destruction

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heu

alas!

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iānitor -ōris m.

door-keeper

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immītis -e

hard, harsh, cruel

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impello -ere impuli impulsum

strike or beat against; push

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indignus -a -um

unworthy, beneath one's dignity, shameful

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inoffēnsus -a -um

(esp. of feet) not striking against an obstacle, unhindered

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lābor lābī lāpsus sum

slip and fall; glide, drop; perish

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lēnis -e

gentle, kind, mild

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lentus -a -um

immovable, unyielding

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Līber Līberī m.

Bacchus, Dionysus

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lignum -ī n.

wood

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Lūcifer -ferī m.

Lucifer; the morning star

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madeō -ēre

be wet, be damp

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māne

(in the) morning

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memor memoris

mindful, un-forgetting

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meritum -ī n.

meritorious action, service

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minae -ārum f. pl.

threats

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moderābilis -e

controllable

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modicus -a -um

moderate, limited

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mōlior mōlīrī mōlītus sum

set in motion, stir; toil, struggle

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monstrō -āre

show, point out; show (how to) (+infin.)

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mūnīmen -inis n.

protection, defense, fortification

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nēquīquam

to no avail

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nūsquam

(adv.) nowhere

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ō

oh!

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oblīquus -a -um

slanting, indirect, covert

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obsideō -sidēre -sēdī -sessum

sit down near, blockade, besiege

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obvius -a -um

in the way, meeting

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Ōrīthyia -ae f.

Orithyia, a daughter of Erechtheus

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pandō pandere pandi pansum

spread out; open up; reveal

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pervigil -ilis

keeping watch all night, awake

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postis -is m.

doorjamb; door

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prōiciō -icere iēci -iectum

cast forth, throw out, fling to the ground

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pruīnōsus -a -um

full of frost, frosty

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quāliscumque quālecumque

whatever kind, whatever sort

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raucus -a -um

harsh-sounding, noisy

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relaxō -āre

loosen, open

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relevō -āre

lighten, relieve

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religō -āre

tie up, bind fast

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repellō repellere reppulī repulsum

drive back, repel

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requiēscō -quiēscere -quiēvī -quiētum

rest, repose

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rigeō -ēre

be stiff, stiffen

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rigidus -a -um

hard, rigid

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rōbur -oris n.

oak

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rōs -ōris m.

dew

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sēmiadapertus -a -um

half-open

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sera -ae f.

bar, bolt

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servus -a -um

of slavery, servile

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sileō silēre siluī

be still, be silent

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simulācrum -ī n.

image, effigy, apparition

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sollicitō -āre

associated with trouble, troubling

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stringō stringere strinxī strictum

unsheathe

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suādeō suādēre suāsī suāsum

recommend, advise

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subdūcō -dūcere -dūxī -ductum

draw up, raise; remove, take away

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surdus -a -um

deaf

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tenuō -āre

make thin, make fine

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tremō tremere tremuī

tremble, quake

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tundō tundere tutudī tunsum

to pound, strike

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ūdus -a -um

wet, damp

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verber -eris n.

whip; blows

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versō -āre

turn, spin; turn back and forth, twist; torment

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vicis gen. f.

repayment of a good turn, requital

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vitreus -a -um

glassy

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volō -āre

fly