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conciliō conciliāre conciliāvī conciliātus

to advise

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conclūdō –ere –clūsī –clūsus

to shut completely; shut around, inclose, surround (> com– and claudo)

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concurrō concurrere concucurrī concursus

to run/assemble/knock/snap together; agree, fit, concur; coincide; make same claim; charge, fight/engage in battle; come running up/in large numbers; rally

4

concursus concursūs

m. running to and fro together, collision, charge, attack; assembly, crowd; tumlut; encounter; combination, coincidence; conjunction, juxtaposition; joint right

5

cōnfīdō cōnfīdere cōnfīsus sum

to have confidence in, rely on, trust (to); believe, be confident/assured; be sure

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cōnfugiō cōnfūgere cōnfūgī

to flee

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congredior congredī congressus sum

to meet, engage

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coniungō coniungere coniūnxī coniūnctus

to connect, join/yoke together; marry; connect/compound (words) (w/conjunctions); unite (sexually); place/bring side–by–side; juxtapose; share; add; associate

9

coniūnx coniugis

f. spouse, mate, consort; husband, wife, bride, fiancee, intended; concubine; yokemate

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cōnūbium –iī

n. marriage

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cōnscendō –ere –scendī –scēnsus

to ascend, climb; mount; embark on (> com– and scando, climb)

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cōnscius –a –um

having knowledge of, conscious

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cōnsīdō cōnsīdere cōnsēdī cōnsessus

to sit down/be seated; hold sessions, sit (judge), try; alight; subside/sink (in); encamp/bivouac; take up a position; stop/stay, make one's home, settle; lodge

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cōnsistō cōnsistere cōnstitī cōnstitus

to stop, stand, halt, cease; pause, linger; stop spreading/flowing; take a position; stand together/fast; consist of/be reckoned in; rest/depend upon; be unaltered; make a stand; stay, remain (fixed), stand still/erect/upright; correspond to

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cōnspectus conspectūs

m. view, range of sight; aspect, appearance, look; perception, contemplation, survey

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cōnspiciō cōnspicere cōnspēxī conspectus

to observe, see, witness; notice; watch; gaze on, stare; catch sight of, be in sight of; face; have appearance; attract attention; discern

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cōnstituō cōnstituere cōnstituī cōnstitūtus

to set up, establish; decide

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contingō contingere contigī contāctus

to touch; reach (to); border on, be connected with; affect, hit; take hold, seize; color/stain; lay hands on, appropriate; smite; affect emotionally, move/touch; happen, befall, turn out, come to pass, be granted to one; be produced

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contrārius –a –um

opposite, contrary, hostile

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convellō –ere –vellī –vulsus

to pull violently; pluck, tear, pull up; wrench forth; cut off

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conveniō convenīre convēnī conventus

to be appropriate to, fit, be correctly shaped/consistent; harmonize, agree, tally; meet/assemble; go to meet; come together; (have sex); converge; visit/approach; resort to; sue, prosecute, take legal action; be agreed upon/arranged (PASS)

22

convertō convertere convertī conversum

to turn about, turn, change

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convexum –ī

n. a convexity; recess; pl., vault, arch; the concave vaulted sky or heavens; convexities, sloping or hollow sides

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convīvium convīviī

n. banquet, feast

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coorior –īrī coortus sum

to arise

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cor cordis

n. heart; mind/soul/spirit; intellect/judgment; sweetheart; souls/persons (pl.)

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corām

in person, face–to–face; in one's presence, before one's eyes; publicly, openly

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corōna corōnae

f. crown, wreath

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corōnō coronāre coronāvī coronātus

to crown, surround

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corripiō corripere corripuī correptum

to seize, plunder

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corrumpō corrumpere corrūpī corruptus

to spoil/rot; taint/contaminate; damage/ruin, undo; destroy/deface; digest; infect; pervert, corrupt, deprave; bribe, suborn; seduce, tempt, beguile; falsify

32

coruscus –a –um

vibrating, tremulous, waving; flashing; gleaming (> corusco)

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costa –ae

f. a rib; side

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cothurnus –ī

m. buskin

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crātēr –ēris

m. acc. sing. ēra pl. –ēras a large mixing bowl or urn; mixer; bowl; jar

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crebēr crēbra crēbrum

thick/crowded/packed/close set; frequent/repeated, constant; numerous/abundant

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crīnis crīnis

m. hair

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crīnītus –a –um

long–haired (> crinis)

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crīspō crīspāre ––– crīspātus

to crisp, curl; to vibrate, brandish

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cristātus –a –um

crested, plumed (> crista)

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croceus –a –um

of saffron; saffron–colored, yellow (> crocus)

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crūdēlis crūdēle

cruel, hardhearted, unmerciful, severe, bloodthirsty, savage, inhuman; harsh, bitter
cruentus –a –um bloody, blood–stained; covered with blood

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cumulus –ī

m. a heap; flood, mass

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cūnctus –a –um

all, entire, all together

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currus currūs

m. chariot

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cuspis –idis

f. sharp point, tip (esp. of a spear)

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custōs custōdis

m. guard; sentry/watch; guardian/protector/keeper; doorkeeper/watchman/janitor; jailer, warden; poll watcher; spy; garrison; container; replacement vine shoot

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cycnus –ī

m. a swan

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daps –dapis

f. a feast, banquet; food, viands; flesh of sacrificial victims; usually found in the pl., but the gen. pl. is not used.

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dator –ōris

m. a giver (> do)

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decōrus –a –um

fitting, suitable; handsome

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decus decoris

n. beauty, grace; ornament, glory, honor

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dēfessus –a –um

worn out, weary, exhausted

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dēfīgō dēfīgere dēfīxī dēfīxus

to fix, sink, stick

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dēfluō –ere –fluxī –fluxus

to flow down; sail down; alight, descend; fall, descend

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dehīscō –ere –hīvī

to gape, yawn; stand open, open

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demittō demittere demīsī demīssus

to send down, drop

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dēmum

finally

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dēnī –ae –a

10 each

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dēpendeō –ēre

to hang down; hang

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dēserta –ōrum

n. desert, waste places; haunts

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dēsistō dēsistere dēstitī dēstitus

to cease, desist

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dēspectō dēspectāre dēspectāvī dēspectātus

to look down upon (> despicio)

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dēspiciō –ere –spēxī –spectum

to look down upon, despise

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dēsuēscō –ere –suēvī –suētus

to become unaccustomed; p., desuetus, a, um, unaccustomed, unused; neglected, unfamiliar, unpracticed; unused to love; dormant

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dēsuper

from above; above

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dētrūdō –ere –trūsī –trūsus

to thrust down or away; push off from; drive from, thrust out; thrust down

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dēveniō –īre –vēnī –ventus

to come down; arrive at, reach, w. acc. of place

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dēvoveō dēvovēre dēvōvī dēvōtus

to vow (as an offering to), dedicate

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dextera dextera

f. right hand

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diciō –ōnis

f. dominion, power, sway, rule (only in gen., dat., acc., and abl. sing.)

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dicō dicāre dicāvī dicātus

to devote, consecrate; pronounce (rel. to dico)

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dictum dictī

n. word; saying

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diffundō –ere –fūdī –fūsus

to pour round about, pour out; diffuse; spread, multiply; to put in disorder, dishevel; spread abroad

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dīgnor –ārī –ātus sum

to (w. acc. and abl.), to deem worthy of; w. inf., think, fit, deign; p., dignatus, a, um, with pass. meaning, deemed worthy of, honored by (> dignus)

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disiungō –ere –iūnxī –iūnctus

to disjoin, separate, drive away from

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dīmittō dīmittere dīmīsī dimīssus

to send away/off; allow to go, let go/off; disband, discharge, dismiss (soldiers); dissolve (assembly); part with; put away; divorce; pay off, settle (debt); release, set free; allow to escape/slip away; shake off/scatter/shed; discontinue, renoun

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dērigō –ere –rēxī –rēctus

to lay straight, bring into a definite line; to aim, direct (> de and rego)

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dīripiō –ere –ripuī –reptus

to tear apart or off; snatch, tear away; plunder, pillage, sack

80

dīrus –a –um

horrible, dire

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discrīmen discriminis

n. division, crisis

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discumbō –ere –cubuī –cubitus

to recline separately; recline at table (impers.), discumbitur, they recline

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dīsiciō –ere –iēcī –iectus

to throw, cast asunder; overthrow, demolish; scatter, disperse; cleave (> dis– and iacio)

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dispellō –ere –pulī –pulsus

to drive away; separate, scatter, disperse; to part

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dissimulō dissimulāre dissimulāvī dissimulātus

to conceal, dissemble, disguise, hide; ignore

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distendō –ere –tendī –tēnsus –or tentus

to stretch apart or out; extend, distend; fill

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dīva –ae

f. a goddess

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dīversus –a –um

opposite; separate, apart; diverse, unlike, different; hostile

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dīvidō dīvidere dīvīsī dīvīsus

to divide; separate, break up; share, distribute; distinguish

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dīvīnus –a –um

divine, of a deity/god, godlike; sacred; divinely inspired, prophetic; natural

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dīvus dīvī

m. god

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dolus dolī

m. trick, deceit, fraud, artifice

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domitō domitāre domitāvī domitātus

to be lord or master; rule, reign, be supreme; take possession, overrun, prevail (> dominus)

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dōnec

while, as long as; until

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dorsum –ī

n. the back; a ridge, reef of rocks; a bank

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dubius –a –um

doubtful

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ductor –ōris

m. a leader; captain, commande; prince, king (> duco)

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duplex

double, two–fold

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dūrō dūrāre dūrāvī dūrātus

to harden

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ebur –oris

n. ivory

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ēdūcō ēdūcere ēdūxī ēductus

to bring up; train; educate; rear; lead forth

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efferō efferre extulī ēlātus

to carry out; bring out; carry out for burial; raise

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efficiō efficere effēcī effectus

to make; bring about

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effodiō –ere –fōdī –fossus

to dig out, excavate; dig up; dig, thrust out (> ex and fodio)

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effundō effundere effūdī effūsus

to pour out

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egēns –entis

destitute, needy, necessitous, helpless (> egeo)

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egēnus –a –um

needy; in want, destitute; distressed, straitened, imperiled, desperate (> egeo)

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ēgregius –a –um

singular; distinguished; exceptional; extraordinary; eminent; excellent

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ēlābor elabī elapsus

to slip away

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ēmittō ēmittere ēmīsī ēmīssus

to send out, dispatch, release

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ēn

look!

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epulae epulārum

(f. pl.) banquet, feast

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equidem

indeed, certainly; for my part

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ergō

therefore; well, then, now

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error errōris

m. wandering, error, mistake

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ērumpō ērumpere ērūpī ēruptus

to break out, burst out

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ēvertō ēvertere ēvertī ēversus

to overturn, overthrow

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exanimus –a –um and exanimis –e

breathless; lifeless, dead; slain; breathless with fear, terrified (> ex and anima)

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exaudiō exaudīre exaudīvī exaudītus

to hear

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excēdō excēdere excessī excessus

to pass, withdraw, exceed; go away/out/beyond; die

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excidium –iī

n. a complete cutting or tearing down; razing, demolition, destruction (> exscindo)

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excidō excidere excidī

to fall out, drop

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excīdō –ere –cīdī –cīsus

to cut out; cut off, away, or down; destroy (> ex and caedo)

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excūdō –ere –cūdī –cūsus

to strike out; beat out, mold

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excutiō excutere excussī excussum

to shake off

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exhauriō exhaurīre exhausī exhaustum

to drain, exhaust

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eximō eximere exēmī exēmptus

to take away, remove

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expediō expedīre expediī/expedīvī expedītus

to set free, provide, be expedient

129

explōrō explōrāre explōrāvī explōrātus

to search out, explore; test, try out; reconnoiter, investigate

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exserō –ere –uī –tus

to thrust out; expose, uncover

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exspīrō exspīrāre exspīrāvī exspīrātus

to breathe out; to expire, die

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extemplō

immediately, forthwith

133

extollō –ere

to lift up; (fig.), laud, extol

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extrēmus –a –um

farthest, situated at the end or tip, extreme

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exuō exuere exuī exūtus

to take off

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exūrō –ere –ussī –ūstus

to burn out, consume with fire; burn up; dry up, parch; burn out, purge

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faciēs faciēī

f. appearance, face, form

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fallō fallere fefellī falsus

to deceive; slip by; disappoint; be mistaken, beguile, drive away; fail; cheat

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falsus –a –um

deceptive, false

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famēs famis

f. hunger, famine

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famula –ae

f. a female house slave; maidservant (> famulus)

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famulus –ī

m. pertaining to the house; a house servant or slave; manservant; attendant

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fās

n. (what is divinely) right; (what is) permitted

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fastīgium fastīgi(ī)

n. summit

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fatīscō –ere

to come apart; to open; gape open

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faveō favēre fāvī fautūrus

to favor, be devoted to

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fax facis

f. torch, fire; torment

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fera ferae

f. wild animal

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ferīnus –a –um

of wild beasts; of game; of animals; subst.,

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ferina (> sc. caro, flesh), ae,

f., flesh, game, venison (> ferus)

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feriō ferīre

to strike, hit

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ferveō fervēre ferbuī and fervō fervere fervī

to boil; (fig.), to blaze, be bright; flash; glow; stir, be alive, teeming; move, speed on; rage

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fessus –a –um

tired, exhausted, weary

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fētus fētūs

m. a bearing or breeding; the young; the new swarm; litter; of vegetable products, growth, sprig, shoot; fruit; product.

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fētus –a –um

pregnant, with young; bearing; filled, full, teeming; having brought forth; fruitful.

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fīdūcia fīdūciae

f. trust

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fīdus –a –um

faithful, trustworthy

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fīgō fīgere fīxī fīxus

to fix, fasten

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flagrō flagrāre flagrāvī flagrāturus

to burn

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flamma flammae

f. flame, blaze; ardor, fire of love; object of love

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flammō flammāre flammāvī flammātus

to inflame, set on fire; excite

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flāvus –a –um

golden, yellow

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flectō flectere flēxī flexus

to bend, curve, bow; turn, curl; persuade, prevail on, soften

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flōreus –a –um

flowery (> flos)

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flōs flōris

m. flower, bloom

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fluctus fluctūs

m. wave; disorder; flood, flow, tide, billow, surge; turbulence, commotion

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fluvius fluvi(ī)

m. river

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foedus foederis

n. treaty, agreement, contract; league; alliance

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folium foli(ī)

n. leaf

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fōmes –itis

m. kindling stuff; fuel (> foveo)

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fōns fontis

f. spring, fountain, well, source

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foris foris

f. door

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fōrs fōrtis

f. chance, luck

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forsan

perhaps (for forsitan)

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forte

by chance

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fragor –ōris

m. breaking, the noise of breaking; a crash; noise; a burst or clap of thunder; roaring, uproar; shout; noise of lamentation (> frango)

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fragrō fragrāre fragrāvī fragrātus

to emit a smell

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frangō frangere frēgī frāctus

to break, shatter, crush; dishearten, subdue, weaken; move, discourage

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fremō fremere fremuī

to groan, roar

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frēnō frēnāre frēnāvī frēnātus

to bridle; check, curb, restrain (> frenum)

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fretum fretī

n. straight, channel

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frīgus or frigoris

n. cold; cold weather, winter; frost

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frondeus –a –um

formed of leaves; covered with leaves; leafy (> frons)

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frōns frōntis

f. forehead, brow; front

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frūstrā

in vain; for nothing, to no purpose

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frūstum –ī

n. a piece

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frūx frūgis

f. fruit, produce, pulse, legumes

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fūcus –ī

m. the male bee; a drone

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fuga fugae

f. flight

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fugō fugāre fugāvī fugātus

to put to flight, rout

191

fulmen fulminis

n. lightening, thunderbolt

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fulvus –a –um

reddish or tawny yellow; yellow; tawny; brown; glowing, bright

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exsertus, a, um

stripped; naked

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convulsus, a, um

rent, shattered; convulsed

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frequēns

crowded; numerous, full, frequented, populous; repeated, frequent, constant

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desuetus, a, um

unaccustomed, unused; neglected, unfamiliar, unpracticed; unused to love; dormant