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exsterno, exsternare, exsternavi, exsternatus

terrify greatly, frighten; madden

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exstinguo, exstinguere, exstinxi, exstinctus

put out, extinguish, quench; kill, destroy

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exsto, exstare, -, -

stand forth/out; exist; be extant/visible; be on record

4

extemplo

immediately, forthwith

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exterreo, exterrere, exterrui, exterritus

strike with terror, scare

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exululo, exululare, exululavi, exululatus

invoke with howls

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exuo, exuere, exui, exutus

pull off; undress, take off; strip, deprive of; lay aside, cast off

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exuvia, exuviae F

things stripped off; spoils, booty; memento, something of another's

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fabricor, fabricari, fabricatus sum

build/construct/fashion/forge/shape; train; get ready; invent/devise

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facinus, facinoris N

deed; crime; outrage

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faex, faecis F

dregs, grounds; sediment, lees; deposits; dregs of society

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falcatus, falcata, falcatum

armed with scythes; sickle-shaped, curved, hooked

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fallax, fallacis (gen.), fallacior -or -us, fallacissimus -a -um

deceitful, treacherous; misleading, deceptive; false, fallacious; spurious

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fama, famae F

rumor; reputation; tradition; fame, public opinion, ill repute; report, news

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fastigium, fastigi(i) N

peak, summit, top; slope, declivity, descent; gable, roof; sharp point, tip

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fatidicus, fatidica, fatidicum

prophetic

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fatigo, fatigare, fatigavi, fatigatus

weary, tire, fatigue; harass; importune; overcome

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fatum, fati N

utterance, oracle; fate, destiny; natural term of life; doom, death, calamity

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fax, facis F

torch, firebrand, fire; flame of love; torment

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fecundus, fecunda -um, fecundior -or -us, fecundissimus -a -um

fertile, fruitful; productive, prolific; abundant; imaginative

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femineus, feminea, femineum

woman's; female, feminine; proper to/typical of a woman; effeminate, cowardly

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feminus, femina, feminum

female

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fera, ferae F

wild beast/animal

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ferax, feracis (gen.), feracior -or -us, feracissimus -a -um

fruitful, fertile. prolific

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feritas, feritatis F

wildness, barbaric/savage/uncultivated state; savagery, ferocity; brutality

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ferveo, fervere, ferbui, -

be hot; boil/burn; seethe/surge; swarm; be turbulent/run strongly; froth

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fervor, fervoris M

heat, boiling heat; boiling, fermenting; ardor, passion, fury; intoxication

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fessus, fessa, fessum

tired, wearied, fatigued, exhausted; worn out, weak, feeble, infirm, sick

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fetus, fetus M

offspring/young; children; brood/litter

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fides, fidei F

faith, loyalty; honesty; credit; confidence, trust, belief; good faith

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fiducia, fiduciae F

trust, confidence; faith, reliance; courage

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filia, filiae F

daughter

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filius, fili M

son

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fingo, fingere, finxi, fictus

mold, form, shape; create, invent; produce; imagine; compose; devise, contrive

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finis, finis

boundary, end, limit, goal; country, territory, land

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firmo, firmare, firmavi, firmatus

strengthen, harden; support; declare; prove, confirm, establish

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fistula, fistulae F

shepherd's pipe; tube; waterpipe

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flavus, flava, flavum

yellow, golden, gold colored; flaxen, blond; golden-haired

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fleo, flere, flevi, fletus

cry for; cry, weep

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fletus, fletus M

weeping, crying, tears; wailing; lamenting

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flos, floris M

flower, blossom; youthful prime

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fluo, fluere, fluxi, fluxus

flow, stream; emanate, proceed from; fall gradually

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foedus, foeda -um, foedior -or -us, foedissimus -a -um

foul; filthy, unclean; disgusting, loathsome, ghastly, beastly; hideous, ugly

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fons, fontis M

spring, fountain, well; source/fount; principal cause; font; baptistry

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for, fari, fatus sum

speak, talk; say

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formo, formare, formavi, formatus

form, shape, fashion, model

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formosus, formosa -um, formosior -or -us, formosissimus -a -um

beautiful, finely formed, handsome, fair; having fine appearance/form

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forte

by chance; perhaps, perchance; as luck would have it

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fortis, forte, fortior -or -us, fortissimus -a -um

strong, powerful, mighty, vigorous, firm, steadfast, courageous, brave, bold

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fossa, fossae F

ditch, trench, canal; moat; dike, fosse

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fragor, fragoris M

noise, crash

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fragum, fragi N

wild strawberries

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fraus, fraudis F

fraud; trickery, deceit; imposition, offense, crime; delusion

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fremo, fremere, fremui, fremitus

roar; growl; rage; murmur, clamor for

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fretus, freta, fretum

relying on, trusting to, supported by

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frigidus, frigida -um, frigidior -or -us, frigidissimus -a -um

cold, cool, chilly, frigid; lifeless, indifferent, dull

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frigus, frigoris N

cold; cold weather, winter; frost

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frons, frontis

forehead, brow; face; look; front; fore part of anything

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fruor, frui, fructus sum

enjoy, profit by, delight in

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frustro, frustrare, frustravi, frustratus

disappoint, frustrate, deceive; escape/elude; baffle/evade; fail

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frutex, fruticis M

shrub, bush; shoot, stem, stalk, growth; "blockhead"

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frux, frugis F

crops, fruits, produce, legumes; honest men

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fugax, (gen.), fugacis

flying swiftly; swift; avoiding, transitory

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fulgeo, fulgere, fulsi, -

flash, shine; glow, gleam, glitter, shine forth, be bright

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fulgur, fulguris N

lightning, flashing, brightness

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fulvus, fulva, fulvum

tawny, reddish yellow; yellow

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fumus, fumi M

smoke, steam, vapor, fume

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fundo, fundere, fudi, fusus

pour, cast; scatter, shed, rout

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furtum, furti N

theft; trick, deception; stolen article

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galea, galeae F

helmet

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gaudeo, gaudere, gavisus sum

be glad, rejoice

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gemma, gemmae F

bud; jewel, gem, precious stone; amber; cup; seal, signet; game piec

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gener, generi M

son-in-law

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genitor, genitoris M

father; creator; originator

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gens, gentis F

tribe, clan; nation, people; Gentiles

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genu, genus N

knee

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gero, gerere, gessi, gestus

bear, carry, wear; carry on; manage, govern

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gestamen, gestaminis N

something worn or carried on the body

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gigno, gignere, genui, genitus

give birth to, bring forth, bear; beget; be born

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glacies, glaciei F

ice; ice fields

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glaeba, glaebae F

clod/lump of earth/turf; land, soil; hard soil; piece, lump, mass

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glans, glandis F

mast/acorn/beechnut/chestnut; missile/bullet thrown/discharged from sling

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glomero, glomerare, glomeravi, glomeratus

collect, amass, assemble; form into a ball

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gloria, gloriae F

glory, fame; ambition; renown; vainglory, boasting

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gracilis, gracile, gracilior -or -us, gracillimus -a -um

slender, thin, slim, slight; fine, narrow; modest, unambitious, simple, plain

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gradus, gradus M

step; position

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gramen, graminis N

grass, turf; herb; plant

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grandis, grandis, grande

full-grown, grown up; large, great, grand, tall, lofty; powerful; aged, old

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gratia, gratiae F

popularity/esteem/credit; partiality/favoritism; unpopularity

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grator, gratari, gratatus sum

congratulate; rejoice with

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gratus, grata -um, gratior -or -us, gratissimus -a -um

pleasing, acceptable, agreeable, welcome; dear, beloved; grateful, thankful

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gravidus, gravida, gravidum

pregnant, heavy with child; laden/swollen/teeming; weighed down; rich/abundant

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gurges, gurgitis M

whirlpool; raging abyss; gulf, the sea; "flood","stream"

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habena, habenae F

thong, strap; whip; halter; reins; direction, management, government

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habitabilis, habitabilis, habitabile

habitable

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hamadryas, hamadryados/is F

wood-nymph, hamadryad, dryad

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harenosus, harenosa, harenosum

sandy, containing sand

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haud

not, not at all, by no means; not

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hiems, hiemis F

winter, winter time; rainy season; cold, frost; storm, stormy weather

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horreo, horrere, horrui, -

dread, shrink from, shudder at; stand on end, bristle; have rough appearance

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horridus, horrida, horridum

wild, frightful, rough, bristly, standing on end, unkempt; grim; horrible

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horrifer, horrifera, horriferum

awful, horrible, dreadful; frightening, chilling, exciting terror

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hortamen, hortaminis N

encouragement

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hospes, (gen.), hospitis

of relation between host and guest; that hosts; that guests; foreign, alien

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idem, eadem, idem

same, the same, the very same, also

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ideo

therefore, for the reason that, for that reason

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ignarus, ignara, ignarum

ignorant; unaware, having no experience of; senseless; strange

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igneus, ignea, igneum

fiery, hot; ardent

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ignoro, ignorare, ignoravi, ignoratus

not know; be unfamiliar with; disregard; ignore; be ignorant of

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ignosco, ignoscere, ignovi, ignotus

pardon, forgive

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ignotus, ignota, ignotum

unknown, strange; unacquainted with, ignorant of

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ilex, ilicis F

holm-oak, great scarlet oak, tree or wood; its acorn

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illinc

there, in that place, on that side; from there

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illo

there, thither, to that place/point

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illuc

there, thither, to that place/point

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immadesco, immadescere, immadui, -

become wet or moist

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immedicabilis, immedicabilis, immedicabile

incurable

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impatiens, impatientis (gen.), impatientior -or -us, impatientissimus -a -um

impatient/intolerant; not moved to action by feeling; unbearable

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impero, imperare, imperavi, imperatus

order, command, levy; rule

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impetus, impetus M

attack, assault, charge; attempt; impetus, vigor; violent mental urge, fury

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impiger, impigra, impigrum

active, energetic

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impleo, implere, implevi, impletus

fill up; satisfy, fulfill; fill, finish, complete; spend

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impluo, impluere, implui, implutus

rain; rain upon

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inaequalis, inaequale, inaequalior -or -us, inaequalissimus -a -um

uneven; unequal; not smooth/level; irregular; patchy/variable

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inanis, inanis, inane

void, empty, hollow; vain; inane, foolish

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inaro, inarare, inaravi, inaratus

plow in; cultivate

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includo, includere, inclusi, inclusus

shut up/in, imprison, enclose; include

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incognitus, incognita, incognitum

unknown; not known; untried, untested

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incola, incolae

inhabitant; resident, dweller; resident alien; foreigner

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incubo, incubare, incubui, incubitus

lie in or on; sit upon; brood over; keep a jealous watch

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incurso, incursare, incursavi, incursatus

strike/run/dash against, attack; make raids upon

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indejectus, indejecta, indejectum

not thrown down

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indicium, indici(i) N

evidence; information, proof; indication

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indigestus, indigesta, indigestum

disordered, confused, chaotic; jumbled

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indignor, indignari, indignatus sum

deem unworthy, scorn, regard with indignation, resent, be indignant

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indignus, indigna -um, indignior -or -us, indignissimus -a -um

unworthy, undeserving, undeserved; unbecoming; shameful; intolerable; cruel

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induco, inducere, induxi, inductus

lead in, bring in; induce, influence; introduce

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induo, induere, indui, indutus

put on, clothe, cover; dress oneself in

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iners, inertis (gen.), inertior -or -us, inertissimus -a -um

helpless, weak, inactive, inert, sluggish, stagnant; unskillful, incompetent

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infamis, infamis, infame

notorious, disreputable, infamous

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infelix, infelicis (gen.), infelicior -or -us, infelicissimus -a -um

unfortunate, unhappy, wretched; unlucky, inauspicious; unproductive

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infer, infera -um, inferior -or -us, infumus -a -um

below, beneath, underneath; of hell; vile; lower, further down; lowest, last

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inflo, inflare, inflavi, inflatus

blow into/upon; puff out

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infundo, infundere, infudi, infusus

pour in, pour on, pour out

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ingemino, ingeminare, ingeminavi, ingeminatus

redouble; increase in intensity

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ingemo, ingemere, ingemui, ingemitus

groan/moan/sigh; utter cry of pain/anguish; creak/groan

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ingenium, ingeni(i) N

nature, innate quality; natural disposition/capacity; character; talent

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ingens, ingentis (gen.), ingentior -or -us, ingentissimus -a -um

not natural, immoderate; huge, vast, enormous; mighty; remarkable, momentous

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ingredior, ingredi, ingressus sum

advance, walk; enter, step/go into; undertake, begin

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inhaereo, inhaerere, inhaesi, inhaesus

stick/hold fast/to, cling, adhere, fasten on; haunt, dwell in; get teeth in

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inhibeo, inhibere, inhibui, inhibitus

restrain, curb; prevent

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inhospitus, inhospita, inhospitum

not welcoming strangers, not providing shelter/subsistence; inhospitable

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inicio, inicere, injeci, injectus

hurl/throw/strike in/into; inject; put on; inspire, instill

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inmitto, inmittere, inmisi, inmissus

send in/to/into/against; cause to go; insert; hurl/throw in; let go/in; allow

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inmunis, inmunis, inmune

free from taxes/tribute, exempt; immune

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innabilis, innabilis, innabile

that cannot be swum

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innascor, innasci, innatus sum

be born

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innitor, inniti, innixus sum

lean/rest on, be supported by

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innocuus, innocua, innocuum

innocent; harmless

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innumerus, innumera, innumerum

innumerable, countless, numberless; without number; immense

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innuptus, innupta, innuptum

unmarried

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inops, (gen.), inopis

weak, poor, needy, helpless; lacking, destitute, meager

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inornatus, inornata, inornatum

unadorned; uncelebrated

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inpedio, inpedire, inpedivi, inpeditus

hinder, impede, hamper, obstruct, prevent from

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inpello, inpellere, inpuli, inpulsus

drive/persuade/impel; urge on/action; push/thrust/strike against; overthrow

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inperfectus, inperfecta, inperfectum

unfinished, incomplete; imperfect; not complete in every respect; undigested

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inpius, inpia, inpium

wicked, impious, irreverent; showing no regard for divinely imposed moral duty

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inpono, inponere, inposui, inpositus

impose, put upon; establish; inflict; assign/place in command; set

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inrequietus, inrequieta, inrequietum

restless, troubled

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inrideo, inridere, inrisi, inrisus

laugh at, ridicule

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inritamentum, inritamenti N

incitement, incentive

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inritus, inrita, inritum

ineffective, useless, invalid; in vain

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inrumpo, inrumpere, inrupi, inruptus

invade; break/burst/force/rush in/upon/into, penetrate; intrude on; interrupt

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insidia, insidiae F

ambush/ambuscade; plot; treachery, treacherous attack/device; trap/snare

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inspiro, inspirare, inspiravi, inspiratus

inspire; excite, inflame; instill, implant; breathe into; blow upon/into

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instabilis, instabilis, instabile

unsteady, shaky; unstable; inconstant

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instituo, instituere, institui, institutus

set up, establish, found, make, institute; build; prepare; decide

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insulto, insultare, insultavi, insultatus

leap/jump/spring; dance/trample; enter with a leap

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intactus, intacta, intactum

untouched, intact; untried; virgin

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interea

meanwhile

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intermitto, intermittere, intermisi, intermissus

interrupt; omit; stop; leave off; leave a gap

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intonsus, intonsa, intonsum

uncut; unshaven, unshorn; not stripped of foliage

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intremisco, intremiscere, intremui, -

begin to tremble

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intro, intrare, intravi, intratus

enter; go into, penetrate; reach

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intumesco, intumescere, intumui, -

swell up, become swollen; rise

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invado, invadere, invasi, invasus

enter, attempt; invade; take possession of; attack

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inventum, inventi N

invention, discovery

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invitus, invita, invitum

reluctant; unwilling; against one's will

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irrito, irritare, irritavi, irritatus

excite; exasperate, provoke, aggravate, annoy, irritate

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irroro, irrorare, irroravi, irroratus

wet with dew; besprinkle, water; rain on

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is, ea, id

he/she/it/they; that one

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iste, ista, istud

that, that of yours, that which you refer to; such

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iter, itineris

journey; road; passage, path; march

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iterum

again; a second time; for the second time

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jacio, jacere, jeci, jactus

throw, hurl, cast; throw away; utter

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jacto, jactare, jactavi, jactatus

throw away, throw out, throw, jerk about; disturb; boast, discuss

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jactura, jacturae F

loss; sacrifice; expense, cost; throwing away/overboard

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janua, januae F

door, entrance

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jejunium, jejuni(i) N

fasting/fast; Lent; hunger; leanness

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judex, judicis M

judge; juror

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jugalis, jugalis, jugale

yoked together; nuptial

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juger, jugeris N

jugerum; acres/fields/broad expanse

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jugulum, juguli N

throat, neck; collarbone

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jugum, jugi N

yoke; team, pair; ridge, summit, chain

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juro, jurare, juravi, juratus

swear; call to witness; vow obedience to; conspire

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jus, juris N

law; legal system; code; right; duty; justice; court; binding decision; oath

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justus, justa -um, justior -or -us, justissimus -a -um

just, fair, equitable; right, lawful, justified; regular, proper

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juvenalis, juvenalis, juvenale

youthful, young

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juvencus, juvenci M

young bull; young man

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juvenis, juvenis, juvene

youthful, young

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juvo, juvare, juvi, jutus

help, assist, aid, support, serve, further; please, delight, gratify

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labor, labi, lapsus sum

slip, slip and fall; slide, glide, drop; perish, go wrong

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laboro, laborare, laboravi, laboratus

work, labor; produce, take pains; be troubled/sick/oppressed, be in distress

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lacte, lactis N

milk; milky juice of plants; spat/spawn

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lacteus, lactea, lacteum

milky; milk-white

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lacus, lacus M

basin/tank/tub; lake/pond; reservoir/cistern/basin, trough; lime-hole; bin; pit

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laetus, laeta -um, laetior -or -us, laetissimus -a -um

happy/cheerful/joyful/glad; favorable/propitious; prosperous/successful

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laevus, laeva, laevum

left, on the left hand; from the left; unpropitious, unfavorable, harmful

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lambo, lambere, lambui, lambitus

lick; lap/lick/suck up, absorb; wash/bathe; surround; fondle/caress; fawn

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languidus, languida -um, languidior -or -us, languidissimus -a -um

faint, weak; dull, sluggish, languid; spiritless, listless, inactive; powerless

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lanio, laniare, laniavi, laniatus

tear, mangle, mutilate, pull to pieces

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lapidosus, lapidosa, lapidosum

stony, full of stones; gritty

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lapis, lapidis M

stone; milestone; jewel

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lascivus, lasciva, lascivum

playful; lustful, wanton; impudent, mischievous; free from restraint

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lasso, lassare, lassavi, lassatus

tire, weary, exhaust, wear out

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lateo, latere, latui, -

lie hidden, lurk; live a retired life, escape notice

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laudo, laudare, laudavi, laudatus

recommend; praise, approve, extol; call upon, name; deliver eulogy on

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laureus, laurea, laureum

laurel-, of the laurel/bay tree; made of laurel; resembling laurel

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laurus, lauri F

laurel/bay tree/foliage/sprig/branch; triumph/victory; honor

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laurus, laurus F

laurel/bay tree/foliage/sprig/branch; triumph/victory; honor

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laus, laudis F

praise, approval, merit; glory; renown

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lego, legere, legi, lectus

read; gather, collect; furl, weigh; pick out

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lenio, lenire, lenivi, lenitus

mitigate, moderate; alleviate, allay, assuage, ease, calm, placate, appease

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lenis, lene, lenior -or -us, lenissimus -a -um

gentle, kind, light; smooth, mild, easy, calm

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leo, leonis M

lion

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lepus, leporis M

hare

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letalis, letalis, letale

deadly, fatal; lethal, mortal

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letum, leti N

death; Death; manner of dying; P:destruction

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levitas, levitatis F

levity; lightness, mildness; fickleness; shallowness

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lex, legis F

law; motion, bill, statute; principle; condition

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liber, libera -um, liberior -or -us, liberrimus -a -um

free; unimpeded; void of; independent, outspoken/frank; free from tribute

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liber, libri M

book, volume; inner bark of a tree

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libo, libare, libavi, libatus

nibble, sip; pour in offering/a libation; impair; graze, touch, skim

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libro, librare, libravi, libratus

balance,swing; hurl

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liceo, licere, licui, -

fetch

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lignum, ligni N

wood; firewood; trunk/stump/tree; timber; beam/post; wood; stave

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ligo, ligare, ligavi, ligatus

bind, tie, fasten; unite

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limes, limitis M

path, track; limit; strip of uncultivated ground marking boundary

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limosus, limosa, limosum

miry, muddy; marshy, swampy

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limus, lima, limum

oblique, transverse; sidelong, sideways; askew, aslant; askance

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liquor, liquoris M

fluid, liquid

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lis, litis F

lawsuit; quarrel

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littera, litterae F

letter; letter, epistle; literature, books, records, account

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loco, locare, locavi, locatus

place, put, station; arrange; contract; farm out on contract

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locum, loci N

seat, rank, position; soldier's post; quarters; category; book passage, topic

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luceo, lucere, luxi, -

shine, emit light; dawn; cause to shine; be clear/evident

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lucidus, lucida, lucidum

bright, shining; clear

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luctisonus, luctisona, luctisonum

sad-sounding

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luctus, luctus M

grief, sorrow, lamentation, mourning; cause of grief

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lucus, luci M

grove; sacred grove

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ludo, ludere, lusi, lusus

play, mock, tease, trick

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ludus, ludi M

game, play, sport, pastime, entertainment, fun; school, elementary school

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lugeo, lugere, luxi, luctus

mourn, grieve; bewail, lament; be in mourning

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luridus, lurida, luridum

sallow, wan, ghastly

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lustro, lustrare, lustravi, lustratus

purify cermonially, cleanse by sacrifice, expiate