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tellūs tellūris

n. earth

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tēlum tēlī

n. spear; weapon

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temnō temnere tempsī temptum

to despise, disdain, scorn, defy; p.,

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temperō temperāre temperāvī temperātus

to combine, blend, temper; make mild; refrain from; control oneself

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templum templī

n. temple

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tendō tendere tetendī tentum

to stretch, extend, direct (one's steps or course)

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tentō tentāre tentāvī tentātus

to try, test

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tentōrium –iī

n. a tent (> tendo)

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tenus

(prep. w. gen. or abl., placed after its case), as far as; up to; down to, to; to; hac tenus, separated by tmesis, thus far

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ter

three times; on three occasions

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tergum tergī n. and tergus –oris

n. the back of men or animals; the stern of a ship; skin, hide; gauntlet, hide; form, frame, body; carcass, body; length, long body; a layer, plate; pl., terga, orum, members, frame

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terminō termināre termināvī terminātus

to put bounds to; limit (> terminus)

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ternī –ae –a

distrib. num. (tres), three each; as a cardinal, three; once in the sing., terno ordine, in triple rank, in three tiers

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testūdō –inis

f. a tortoise; a vaulted roof, vault; a testudo, formed of the shields of soldiers held over their heads

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theātrum theātrī

n. theater

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thēsaurus –ī

m. a treasure

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thymum –ī

n. the herb thyme

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tingō tingere tinxī tinctum

to wet, moisten; dye, color

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togātus –a –um

wearing the toga; of the toga (> toga)

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tondeō –ēre –totondī –tōnsus

to shear; finish; clip, trim; browse, feed upon, graze upon

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torqueō torquēre torsī tortum

to twist, torture

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torreō –ēre –uī –tostus

to burn, scorch, roast, parch; rush, roll; of a river bank; p., torrens, entis, subst., a torrent, 7.567.

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torum –ī (alsō torus –ī)

n/m. bed, couch, cushion

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totidem

just as many

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totiēns

so often, so many times

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trabs trabis

f. tree–trunk, beam

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trāiciō –icere –iēcī –iectum

to transfer; transport; pierce, transfix

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trānsferō trānsferre trānstulī trānslātus

to transport/convey/transfer/shift; transpose; carry/bring across/over; transplant, copy out (writing); translate (language); postpone, transfer date; transform

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trānsfīgō –ere –uī –ītum

to transfix

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tremō tremere tremuī

to tremble

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tridēns –entis

three–pronged, trident; subst., tridens, entis, m., a triple–pointed spear; trident (> tres and dens)

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trīgintā; trīcēsimus –a –um

30; 30th

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tueor tuērī tūtus sum

to see, look at; protect, watch; uphold

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tuī –ōrum

m. your friends, kinsmen, countrymen, descendants, etc. (> tuus)

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tumidus –a –um

swollen

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tundō tundere tutudī tūnsus

to beat, strike, thump, buffet

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turbō turbinis

f. whirlpool, whirlwind

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turbō turbāre turbāvī turbātus

to disturb, confuse

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tūs –tūris

n. incense

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tūtum –ī

n. safety, place of safety;

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tūtus –a –um

safe, prudent; secure; protected

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vacō vacāre vacāvī vacātus

to be empty, open, unoccupied, free from

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vadum –ī

n. a ford; a shallow, shoal; sand–bank; shallow water; bottom, depth; water, tide, stream; water of the sea; wave, sea

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validus –a –um

strong; healthy

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vallēs vallis

f. valley

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vānus –a –um

empty; false, deceitful; containing nothing, empty; devoid of truth, deceitful, false, ignorant; (adv.), vana, vainly

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varius –a –um

different; various, diverse; changing; colored; party colored, variegated

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vāstō vāstāre vāstāvī vāstātus

to lay waste, ravage

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vāstus –a –um

empty, devastated

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ūber ūberis

n. udder, breast

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ubīque

anywhere, everywhere (> ubiquitous)

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vehō vehere vēxī vectus

to bear, carry, convey; pass, ride, sail

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vel

or; either…or; even; (conj.), or implying indifference as to the alternative or choice, or, freq.; even, or whether, and;

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vel — vel

either — or

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vēlāmen –inis

n. covering, garment

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vēlivolus –a –um

sail–flying, sail–covered (> velum and volo)

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vēlum vēlī

n. sail

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velut

just as, as if

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vēnātrīx –īcis

f. a huntress; adj. (> venor)

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venēnum venēnī

n. poison; drug

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venia veniae

f. indulgence, pardon

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verrō verrere verrī versum

to sweep

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versō versāre versāvī versātus

to keep turning/going round, spin, whirl; turn over and over; stir; maneuver

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vertex verticis

m. whirlpool, eddy

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verū –ūs

n. a spit; a slender, tapering lance; spit–dart

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vēscor vēscī

to eat, feed on

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vestis vestis

f. garment, clothing, blanket; clothes; robe

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vetō vetāre vetuī vetitus

to forbid

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victor victōris

m. conqueror; victor; [in apposition => victorious, conquering]

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vīctus vīctūs

m. food, nourishment

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villus –ī

m. shaggy hair; nap

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vinciō vincīre vīnxī vīnctum

to bind, tie up

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vīscus vīsceris

n. innards, viscera, guts

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vītālis –e

pertaining to life; essential to life, vital (> vita)

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vix

hardly, scarcely

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umbra umbrae

f. shadow, shade

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ūnā

together, together with; at the same time, along with

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uncus –a –um

hooked, crooked; talon–shaped, hooked

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unda undae

f. wave

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volō volāre volāvī volātus

to fly

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volucer volucris volucre

flying

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volvō volvere voluī volūtum

to turn, roll

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volūtō volūtāre volūtāvī volūtātus

to roll about; to roll back, reëcho; roll or send through, make resound; of thought, turn over, ponder, think over; meditate; with ellipsis of the acc.; n., fall prostrate (> volvo)

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vorō vorāre vorāvī vorātus

to swallow up

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vōtum vōtī

n. solemn promise, vow; hope

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urgeō urgēre ursī

to press/squeeze/bear hard/down; tread/traverse continually; push/shove/thrust; spur on, urge; press hard in attack/pursuit, beset, follow hard on heels of; hem in; threaten by proximity; press verbally/argument/point; follow up

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ūrō ūrere ussī ustum

to burn

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usquam

anywhere

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utinam

introduces an Optative subjunctive

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vulgō vulgāre vulgāvī vulgātus

to spread around/among the multitude; publish, divulge, circulate; prostitute

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tuta, orum

n. pl. safe places, safety, security

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temnendus, a, um

to be despised; insignificant, small