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celsus, celsa, celsum

high, lofty, tall; haughty; arrogant/proud; prominent, elevated; erect; noble

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cera, cerae F

wax, beeswax; honeycomb; wax-covered writing tablet, letter; wax image/seal

3

cerno, cernere, crevi, cretus

sift, separate, distinguish, discern, resolve, determine; see; examine; decide

4

certamen, certaminis N

contest, competition; battle, combat, struggle; rivalry; dispute

5

cerva, cervae F

doe, hind; deer

6

cervos, cervi M

stag/deer; forked branches; chevaux-de-frise

7

ceu

as, in the same way/just as; for example, like; as if; as it were

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cibus, cibi M

food; fare, rations; nutriment, sustenance, fuel; eating, a meal; bait

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cio, cire, civi(ii), citus

move, set in motion; excite/rouse/stir up; urge on; summon/muster/call up

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circumdo, circumdare, circumdedi, circumdatus

surround; envelop, post/put/place/build around; enclose; beset; pass around

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circumfluus, circumflua, circumfluum

flowing/flowed around; encircled/surrounded/skirted by; immersed

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circumfundo, circumfundere, circumfudi, circumfusus

pour around

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circumsono, circumsonare, circumsonui/circumsonavi, circumsonatus

resound on every side; echo round; surround/be filled

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circumspicio, circumspicere, circumspexi, circumspectus

look around/over/for, survey; inspect; search for/seek; examine/review; ponder

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cithara, citharae F

cithara, lyre; lute, guitar

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clamo, clamare, clamavi, clamatus

proclaim, declare; cry/shout out; shout/call name of; accompany with shouts

17

clarus, clara -um, clarior -or -us, clarissimus -a -um

clear, bright, gleaming; loud, distinct; evident, plain; illustrious, famous

18

coeptum, coepti N

undertaking, enterprise, scheme; work begun/started/taken in hand

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cognatus, cognata, cognatum

related, related by birth/position, kindred; similar/akin; having affinity with

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cogo, cogere, coegi, coactus

collect/gather, round up, restrict/confine; force/compel; convene; congeal

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colligo, colligere, collegi, collectus

collect, assemble, bring/gather/hold/keep together; combine; harvest; pick up

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colloco, collocare, collocavi, collocatus

place/put/set in order/proper position, arrange; station, post, position; apply

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colloquium, colloquii N

talk, conversation; colloquy/discussion; interview; meeting/conference; parley

24

colonus, coloni M

farmer, cultivator, tiller; tenant-farmer; settler, colonist; inhabitant

25

colos, coloris M

color; pigment; shade/tinge; complexion; outward appearance/show; excuse/pretex

26

columba, columbae F

pigeon; dove

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coma, comae F

hair, hair of head, mane of animal; wool, fleece; foliage, leaves; rays

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communis, communis, commune

common/joint/public; general/universal

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como, comere, comsi, comtus

arrange/do; adorn, make beautiful; embellish; arrange in order, set out

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comparo, comparare, comparavi, comparatus

prepare; provide; compose; collect, get together/hold of; raise; unite

31

concha, conchae F

mollusk/murex/oyster/scallop; pearl/mollusk-shell; Triton horn; female genitali

32

concilium, concili(i) N

public gathering/meeting; popular assembly, council; hearing; debate/discussion

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concordia, concordiae F

concurrence/mutual agreement/harmony/peace; rapport/amity/concord/union; friend

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concordo, concordare, concordavi, concordatus

harmonize; be in harmony/agreement/on good terms/friendly; agree; go by pattern

35

concors, concordis (gen.), concordior -or -us, concordissimus -a -um

agreeing, concurring; like-minded; united, joint, shared; peaceful, harmonious

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concutio, concutere, concussi, concussus

shake/vibrate/agitate violently; wave, brandish; strike

37

condo, condere, condidi, conditus

put/insert; store up/put away, preserve, bottle; bury/inter; sink

38

conduco, conducere, conduxi, conductus

draw/bring together, collect, assemble; unite/join; cause to curdle/coagulate

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confinis, confinis, confine

adjoining, contiguous/having a common boundary; closely connected, allied, akin

40

confremo, confremere, confremui, -

resound, ring, echo; make a noise; murmur loudly

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congeries, congeriei F

heap, pile, mass; collection/accumulation; the ruins; chaos

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congero, congerere, congessi, congestus

collect, bring/get together, amass; heap/pile up/on; build, construct; compile

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congestus, congesta, congestum

brought together; pressed/crowded together; thick

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conjunx, conjugis

spouse/mate/consort; husband/wife/bride/fiancee/intended; concubine; yokemate

45

conor, conari, conatus sum

attempt/try/endeavor, make an effort; exert oneself; try to go/rise/speak

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conpages, conpagis F

action of binding together, fastening; bond, tie; joint; structure, framework

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conplecto, conplectere, conplecti, conplexus

embrace, hug; welcome; encircle, encompass; attain; include, bring in, involve

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conprendo, conprendere, conprendi, conprensus

catch/seize/grasp firmly; arrest; take hold/root/fire, ignite; conceive

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conprimo, conprimere, conpressi, conpressus

press, squeeze together, close

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consero, conserere, consevi, consitus

sow, plant, set; breed; sow/strew plentifully/thickly

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consido, considere, consedi, consessus

sit down/be seated; hold sessions, sit, try; settle; alight; subside/sink

52

consisto, consistere, constiti, constitus

stop/stand/halt/cease; pause, linger; stop spreading/flowing; take a position

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consolo, consolare, consolavi, consolatus

console, cheer, comfort; console oneself, take comfort

54

consors, (gen.), consortis

sharing inheritance/property; shared, in common; kindred, brotherly, sisterly

55

conspicio, conspicere, conspexi, conspectus

observe/see/witness; notice; watch; gaze/stare on; catch/be in sight of; face

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consto, constare, constiti, constatus

agree/correspond/fit, be correct; be dependent/based upon; exist/continue/last

57

contemptrix, contemptricis F

despiser; she who looks down on/scorns; who disregards/pays no heed

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contraho, contrahere, contraxi, contractus

enter into/upon relationship/agreement/business/marriage/loan/battle, deal with

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contrarius, contraria, contrarium

opposite, contrary, in contradiction; antithetical; opposed/hostile/adverse

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conubium, conubi(i) N

marriage/wedlock; right to marry; act/ceremony of marriage

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conveho, convehere, convexi, convectus

bring/carry/bear together/to one place; collect, gather; get in

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convenio, convenire, conveni, conventus

come together; agree, harmonize; be appropriate to, fit, be correctly shaped/consistent

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converto, convertere, converti, conversus

turn upside down/side-to-side; invert/transpose/convulse; turn over/dig

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convivium, convivi(i) N

banquet/feast/dinner party; guests/people at party; dining-club; living togethe

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convoco, convocare, convocavi, convocatus

call/bring together; assemble; convoke/convene; summon/muster; collect

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corneus, cornea, corneum

made of/belonging to cornel-tree/wood

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cornum, corni N

cornel berry/cherry, fruit of cornelian cherry tree; javelin/spear

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corripio, corripere, corripui, correptus

seize/grasp/snatch up, lay hold of; sweep off; carry away; appropriate/arrogate

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cortex, corticis

bark; cork; skin, rind, husk, hull; outer covering, shell, carapace, chrysalis

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crepito, crepitare, crepitavi, crepitatus

rattle/clatter; rustle/crackle; produce rapid succession of sharp/shrill noises

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crepusculum, crepusculi N

twilight, dusk; darkness

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crimen, criminis N

indictment/charge/accusation; blame/reproach/slander; verdict/judgment

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crudelis, crudele, crudelior -or -us, crudelissimus -a -um

cruel/hardhearted/unmerciful/severe, bloodthirsty/savage/inhuman; harsh/bitter

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cruentus, cruenta -um, cruentior -or -us, cruentissimus -a -um

bloody/bleeding/discharging blood; gory; blood red; polluted w/blood-guilt

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cruor, cruoris M

blood; vegetable/other juice

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culmen, culminis N

height/peak/top/summit/zenith; roof, gable, ridge-pole; head, chief; "keystone"

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cultor, cultoris M

inhabitant; husbandman/planter/grower; supporter; worshiper; who has interest

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cumba, cumbae F

skiff, small boat

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cupidus, cupida -um, cupidior -or -us, cupidissimus -a -um

eager/passionate; longing for/desirous of; greedy; wanton/lecherous

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curo, curare, curavi, curatus

arrange/see/attend to; take care of; provide for; worry/care about; heal/cure

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cursus, cursus M

running; speed/zeal; charge, onrush; forward movement/march; revolution

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curvus, curva, curvum

curved/bent/arched; crooked; morally wrong; stooped/bowed; winding; w/many bend

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cuspis, cuspidis F

point/tip, pointed end; spit/stake; blade; javelin/spear/lance; sting

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custos, custodis

guard; sentry/watch; guardian/protector/keeper; doorkeeper/watchman/janitor

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cyllenius, cyllenia, cyllenium

born on mount Cyllene

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damma, dammae F

fallow/red-deer; small member of deer family; gazelle/antelope; doe

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damnum, damni N

financial/property/physical loss/damage/injury; forfeiture/fine; lost possessio

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daphne, daphnes F

laurel-tree; bay-tree; daughter of river-god Peneus changed into laurel-tree

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decens, decentis (gen.), decentior -or -us, decentissimus -a -um

appropriate, decent/seemly/becoming, in approved standard; pleasing/graceful

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decerpo, decerpere, decerpsi, decerptus

pluck, pull/tear/snip off, pick; cull; reap/procure/gather; catch/snatch; remov

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decet, decere, decuit, -

it is fitting/right/seemly/suitable/proper; it ought; become/adorn/grace

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decido, decidere, decidi, decisus

detach, cut off/out/down; fell; cut/notch/carve to delineate; flog thoroughly

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declivis, declivis, declive

sloping, descending, sloping downwards; shelving; tending down; falling

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decor, decoris M

beauty/good looks, decent appearance; ornament; grace/elegance/charm; propriety

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decresco, decrescere, decrevi, decretus

decrease; abate; diminish, dwindle, shrink; be subtracted

96

deduco, deducere, deduxi, deductus

lead/draw//pull/bring/stretch down/away/out/off; escort; eject/evict

97

deformis, deforme, deformior -or -us, deformissimus -a -um

deformed/illformed/misshapen/disfigured; shameful/degrading/base; ugly/loathsom

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defrenatus, defrenata, defrenatum

unbridled, unrestrained

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deicio, deicere, deieci, deiectus

throw/pour/jump/send/put/push/force/knock/bring down; cause to fall/drop; hang

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deinde

then/next/afterward; thereon/henceforth/from there/then; in next position/place

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dejectus, dejectus M

slope, sloping surface, declivity; act of throwing/causing to fall/felling

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delabor, delabi, delapsus sum

slip/fall/glide/fly/flow down; fall freely/out of control/prostrate; slip into

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deleo, delere, delevi, deletus

erase, wipe/scratch/remove, wipe/blot out, expunge, delete

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delius, delia, delium

of or from Delos

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delphis, delphinos/is M

dolphin; ornament shaped like a dolphin; constellation

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delubrum, delubri N

shrine; temple; sanctuary

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demitto, demittere, demisi, demissus

drop, let fall; sink; send/cast/go/flow/float/slope down; flow/shed/let

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demo, demere, dempsi, demptus

take/cut away/off, remove, withdraw; subtract; take away from

109

deploro, deplorare, deploravi, deploratus

weep/lament/mourn for/cry over; deplore, complain of; lose; despair/give up on

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deposco, deposcere, depoposci, -

demand peremptorily; ask for earnestly; require; request earnestly; challenge

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deprendo, deprendere, deprendi, deprensus

seize/catch; catch napping/redhanded; surprise/pounce on; arrest; intercept

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derigo, derigere, derexi, derectus

direct, steer, guide, align, point; set in order, form up; straighten, level

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descendo, descendere, descendi, descensus

descend, climb/march/come/go/flow/run/hang down; dismount; penetrate/sink

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desero, deserere, deserui, desertus

leave/depart/quit/desert; forsake/abandon/give up; withdraw support, let down

115

desilio, desilire, desului, desultus

leap/jump down, dismount, alight; jump headlong, venture heedlessly

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desino, desinere, desivi, desitus

stop/end/finish, abandon/leave/break off, desist/cease; come to/at end/close

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desolo, desolare, desolavi, desolatus

forsake/abandon/desert; leave alone/without; empty of people; deprive/rob

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despicio, despicere, despexi, despectus

look down on/over; relax attention; disdain, despise; express contempt for

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desum, deesse, defui, defuturus

be wanting/lacking; fail/miss; abandon/desert, neglect; be away/absent/missing

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desum, desse, defui, defuturus

be wanting/lacking; fail/miss; abandon/desert, neglect; be away/absent/missing

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detineo, detinere, detinui, detentus

detain, hold; hold off, keep away; hold prisoner; retain; occupy

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deus

god; God

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devio, deviare, deviavi, deviatus

detour; stray; depart

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differo, differre, distuli, dilatus

postpone/delay/differ; put off, keep waiting; give respite to; differ, disagree

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diffido, diffidere, diffisus sum

distrust; despair; lack confidence, despair; expect not

126

diffundo, diffundere, diffundi, diffusus

diffuse; spread/pour out/widely; bottle/draw off; squander, distribute lavishly

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digitus, digiti M

finger; toe; finger's breadth, inch; twig

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dignor, dignari, dignatus sum

deem/consider/think worthy/becoming/deserving/fit; deign, condescend

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dilabor, dilabi, dilapsus sum

run/flow/slip away, spread; dissolve/melt away, disperse

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diluvium, diluvi(i) N

flood, inundation; deluge; destruction

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dimitto, dimittere, dimisi, dimissus

send away/off; allow to go, let go/off; disband, discharge, dismiss

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dirimo, dirimere, diremi, diremptus

pull/break/take apart; cleave; sort; break up/dissolve

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dirus, dira -um, dirior -or -us, dirissimus -a -um

awful/dire/dreadful; ominous/frightful/terrible/horrible; skillful

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discedo, discedere, discessi, discessus

go/march off, depart, withdraw; scatter, dissipate; abandon; lay down

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discordia, discordiae F

disagreement, discord

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discors, (gen.), discordis

warring, disagreeing, inharmonious; discordant, at variance; inconsistent

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discrimen, discriminis N

crisis, separating line, division; distinction, difference

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disicio, disicere, disjeci, disjectus

break up; scatter; drive apart; separate into two halves, halve, divide

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dispar, (gen.), disparis

unequal, disparate, unlike

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dispono, disponere, disposui, dispositus

dispose, place here and there, distribute; set/lay out; administer/manage/order

141

dissaepio, dissaepere, dissaepsi, dissaeptus

separate, divide

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dissimilis, dissimile, dissimilior -or -us, dissimillimus -a -um

unlike, different, dissimilar

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dissocio, dissociare, dissociavi, dissociatus

be/set at variance with, split into factions, separate, part

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dissuadeo, dissuadere, dissuasi, dissuasus

dissuade, advise against

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distinguo, distinguere, distinxi, distinctus

distinguish, separate, divide, part; adorn, decorate

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dives, divitis (gen.), divitior -or -us, divitissimus -a -um

rich/wealthy; costly; fertile/productive; talented, well endowed

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divinus, divina -um, divinior -or -us, divinissimus -a -um

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

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divus, diva -um, -, divissimus -a -um

divine; blessed, saint

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doceo, docere, docui, doctus

teach, show, point out

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documentum, documenti N

lesson, instruction; warning, example; document; proof

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doleo, dolere, dolui, dolitus

hurt; feel/suffer pain; grieve; be afflicted/pained/sorry; cause pain/grief

152

dolus, doli M

trick, device, deceit, treachery, trickery, cunning, fraud

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dominor, dominari, dominatus sum

be master/despot/in control, rule over, exercise sovereignty; rule/dominate

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dominus, domini M

owner, lord, master; the Lord; title for ecclesiastics/gentlemen

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domo, domare, domui, domitus

subdue, master, tame; conquer

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donec

while, as long as, until

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dono, donare, donavi, donatus

present, grant; forgive; give, bestow

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dubius, dubia, dubium

doubtful, dubious, uncertain; variable, dangerous; critical

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duco, ducere, additional, forms

lead, command; think, consider, regard; prolong

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dulcedo, dulcedinis F

sweetness, agreeableness; charm

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durities, duritiei F

hardness, insensibility; hardship, oppressiveness; strictness, rigor

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dux, ducis M

leader, guide; commander, general; Duke

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eburnus, eburna, eburnum

made of ivory; decorated with/made partially out of ivory; white as ivory

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edo, edere, edidi, editus

eject/emit; put/give forth; beget; bear; display/evince/exhibit

165

effervesco, effervescere, efferbui, -

boil up, seethe; effervesce; become greatly excited

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efficio, efficere, effeci, effectus

bring about; effect, execute, cause; accomplish; make, produce; prove

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effigies, effigiei F

copy, image, likeness, portrait; effigy, statue; ghost

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effodio, effodere, effodi, effossus

dig out, excavate; gouge out

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egeo, egere, egui, -

need, lack, want; require, be without

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ei

Ah! Woe!, oh dear, alas

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elementum, elementi N

elements; rudiments, beginnings; kinds of matter

172

elido, elidere, elisi, elisus

strike or dash out; expel; shatter; crush out; strangle; destroy

173

eludo, eludere, elusi, elusus

elude, escape from; parry; baffle; cheat; frustrate; mock, make fun of

174

emico, emicare, emicui, emicatus

leap/dash/bolt/jump/spurt/burst/break/shine out; spring/dart/shoot forth/up

175

emitto, emittere, emisi, emissus

hurl; let go; utter; send out; drive; force; cast; discharge; expel; publish

176

enitor, eniti, enixus sum

bring forth, bear, give birth to; struggle upwards, mount, climb, strive

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enumero, enumerare, enumeravi, enumeratus

count up, pay out; specify, enumerate

178

ergo

therefore; well, then, now

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erigo, erigere, erexi, erectus

raise, erect, build; rouse, excite, stimulate

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error, erroris M

wandering; error; winding, maze; uncertainty; deception

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etiam

and also, besides/furthermore, in addition/as well; even, actually; yes/indeed

182

etiamnum

even now, still, yet

183

everto, evertere, everti, eversus

overturn, turn upside down; overthrow, destroy, ruin

184

evinco, evincere, evici, evictus

overcome, conquer, subdue, overwhelm, defeat utterly; prevail, bring to pass

185

evolo, evolare, evolavi, evolatus

fly away, fly up/out/forth; rush out/forth

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evolvo, evolvere, evolvi, evolutus

roll out, unroll; disclose, unfold; extricate; pursue; explain

187

exardesco, exardescere, exarsi, exarsus

flare/blaze up; break out; glow; rage; be provoked, enraged; be exasperated

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excipio, excipere, excepi, exceptus

take out; remove; follow; receive; ward off, relieve

189

exclamo, exclamare, exclamavi, exclamatus

exclaim, shout; cry out, call out

190

excutio, excutere, excussi, excussus

shake out or off; cast out; search, examine

191

exemplum, exempli N

example, sample, specimen; instance; precedent, case; warning, deterrent

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exeo, exire, exivi(ii), exitus

come/go/sail/march/move out/forth/away, leave; pass, expire/perish/die

193

exerceo, exercere, exercui, exercitus

exercise, train, drill, practice; enforce, administer; cultivate

194

exhaurio, exhaurire, exhausi, exhaustus

draw out; drain, drink up, empty; exhaust, impoverish; remove; end

195

exigo, exigere, exegi, exactus

drive out, expel; finish; examine, weigh

196

eximo, eximere, exemi, exemptus

remove/extract, take/lift out/off/away; banish, get rid of; free/save/release

197

exitium, exiti(i) N

destruction, ruin; death; mischief

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exosus, exosa, exosum

hating

199

expallesco, expallescere, expallui, -

turn pale, turn very pale; go white as a ghost

200

expers, (gen.), expertis

free from; without; lacking experience; immune from

201

exspatior, exspatiari, exspatiatus sum

digress, go from the course, wander from the way, spread, extend