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posco, poscere, poposci, -

ask, demand

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possideo, possidere, possedi, possessus

seize, hold, be master of; possess, take/hold possession of, occupy; inherit

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post

behind, afterwards, after

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postis, postis M

doorpost

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poto, potare, potavi, potatus

drink; drink heavily/convivially, tipple; swallow; absorb, soak up

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praebeo, praebere, praebui, praebitus

present/show/put forward; offer; expose physically oneself; expose/submit/allow

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praeceps, (gen.), praecipitis

head first, headlong; steep, precipitous

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praecingo, praecingere, praecinxi, praecinctus

gird, surround, encircle

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praecludo, praecludere, praeclusi, praeclusus

close, block

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praecordium, praecordi(i) N

vitals, diaphragm; breast; chest as the seat of feelings

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praeda, praedae F

booty, loot, spoils, plunder, prey

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praerumpo, praerumpere, praerupi, praeruptus

break off

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praeruptus, praerupta, praeruptum

steep

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praesentio, praesentire, praesensi, praesensus

feel or perceive beforehand; have a presentiment of

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praeses, praesidis

protector; guard; guardian; defender; chief; president, governor, procurator

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praeter

besides, except, contrary to; beyond, in front of, before; more than

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pratum, prati N

meadow, meadowland; meadow grass/crop; broad expanse/field/plain

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prendo, prendere, prendi, prensus

catch/capture; take hold of/possession of/in hand, arrest; occupy; seize/grasp

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pretiosus, pretiosa -um, pretiosior -or -us, pretiosissimus -a -um

expensive, costly, of great value, precious; rich in

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primus, prima, primum

first, foremost/best, chief, principal; nearest/next

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principium, principi(i) N

beginning

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probo, probare, probavi, probatus

approve, esteem/commend/recommend/certify; give assent/approval/sanction

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procul

away; at distance, far off

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procumbo, procumbere, procubui, procubitus

sink down, lie down, lean forward

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prodio, prodire, prodivi, proditus

go/come forth/out, advance; appear; sprout/spring up; issue/extend/project

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prodo, prodere, prodidi, proditus

project, thrust forward; bring forth, produce, give birth to; create; nominate

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profugus, profuga, profugum

fugitive/fleeing/escaping; exiled; shrinking; P:eluding one's grasp

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profundus, profunda, profundum

deep, profound; boundless; insatiable

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proles, prolis F

offspring, descendant; that springs by birth/descent; generation; race, breed

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promitto, promittere, promisi, promissus

promise

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promo, promere, prompsi, promptus

take/bring out/forth; bring into view; bring out/display on the stage

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promptus, prompta -um, promptior -or -us, promptissimus -a -um

set forth, brought forward, manifest, disclosed; willing, ready, eager, quick

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propago, propagare, propagavi, propagatus

propagate; extend, enlarge, increase

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propero, properare, properavi, properatus

hurry, speed up; be quick

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proprius, propria, proprium

own, very own; individual; special, particular, characteristic

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proximus, proxima, proximum

nearest/closest/next; most recent, immediately preceding, last; most/very like

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puella, puellae F

girl, child/daughter; maiden; young woman/wife; sweetheart; slavegirl

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puer, pueri M

boy, lad, young man; servant; child

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pugnax, (gen.), pugnacis

pugnacious

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pulcher, pulchra -um, pulchrior -or -us, pulcherrimus -a -um

pretty; beautiful; handsome; noble, illustrious

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pulvis, pulveris M

dust, powder; sand

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qua

where; by which route

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quasi

as if, just as if, as though; as it were; about

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quater

four times; on four occasions; time and again

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quattuor

4

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que

and

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queo, quire, quivi(ii), quitus

be able

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quercus, quercus F

oak, oak-tree; oak wood/timber/object; oak leaf garland; sea-oak

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quia

because

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quies, quietis F

quiet, calm, rest, peace; sleep

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quin

so that not, without; that not; but that; that

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quinque, quintus -a -um, quini -ae -a, quinquie(n)s

5 each/apiece/times/fold/together/at a time-'how many each'; by 5s

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quinque, quintus -a -um, quini -ae -a, quinquie(n)s

5th-; 5th

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quippe

of course; as you see; obviously; naturally; by all means

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quislibet, cuiuslibet

whoever/whatever you please; anyone/anything whatever

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quisvis, cuiusvis

any whatever and INDEF whoever it be, whom you please; any whatever

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quo

where, to what place; to what purpose; for which reason, therefore

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quodsi

but if; and if

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quoniam

because, since, seeing that

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rabies, rabiei F

madness

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radius, radi(i) M

ray; rod

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radix, radicis F

root; base; square-root

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rapidus, rapida -um, rapidior -or -us, rapidissimus -a -um

rapid, swift

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raptum, rapti N

plunder; prey

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rarus, rara -um, rarior -or -us, rarissimus -a -um

thin, scattered; few, infrequent; rare; in small groups; loose knit

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rastrus, rastri M

drag-hoe

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ratio, rationis F

account, reckoning, invoice; plan; prudence; method; reasoning; rule; regard

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ratis, ratis F

raft; ship, boat

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recandesco, recandescere, recandui, -

glow again with heat; become/grow white, whiten

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recido, recidere, recidi, recisus

cut back/off, prune; cut back/away; get by cutting; curtail

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recingo, recingere, -, recinctus

ungird, unfasten, undo

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recondo, recondere, recondidi, reconditus

hide, conceal; put away

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rector, rectoris M

guide, director, helmsman; horseman; driver; leader, ruler, governor

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rectum, recti N

virtue; the right

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recuso, recusare, recusavi, recusatus

reject, refuse, refuse to; object; decline

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reddo, reddere, reddidi, redditus

return; restore; deliver; hand over, pay back, render, give back; translate

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refugio, refugere, refugi, -

flee back; run away, escape

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regalis, regalis, regale

royal, regal

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regio, regionis F

area, region; neighborhood; district, country; direction

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regius, regia, regium

royal, of a king, regal

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regno, regnare, regnavi, regnatus

reign, rule; be king; play the lord, be master

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relaxo, relaxare, relaxavi, relaxatus

loosen, widen; relax

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remaneo, remanere, remansi, remansus

stay behind; continue, remain

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reminiscor, reminisci, -

call to mind, recollect

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remitto, remittere, remisi, remissus

send back, remit; throw back, relax, diminish

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remollesco, remollescere, -, -

become soft again; grow soft

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remugio, remugire, -, -

bellow back, moo in reply; resound

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remus, remi M

oar

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renovo, renovare, renovavi, renovatus

renew, restore; revive

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reor, reri, ratus sum

think, regard; deem; suppose, believe, reckon

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reparabilis, reparabilis, reparabile

capable of being recovered or restored

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repeto, repetere, repetivi, repetitus

return to; get back; demand back/again; repeat; recall; claim

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repleo, replere, replevi, repletus

fill again; complete, fill

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repono, reponere, reposui, repositus

put back; restore; store; repeat

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repperio, repperire, repperi, reppertus

discover, learn; light on; find/obtain/get; find out/to be, get to know; invent

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repugno, repugnare, repugnavi, repugnatus

fight back, oppose; be incompatible with; disagree with

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requies, requiei F

rest, respite; intermission, pause, break; amusement, hobby

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resideo, residere, resedi, resessus

sit down/on/in; settle; be perched; remain seated/idle/fixed/in place; squat

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resisto, resistere, restiti, -

pause; continue; resist, oppose; reply; withstand, stand; make a stand

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resolvo, resolvere, resolvi, resolutus

loosen, release, disperse, melt; relax; pay; enervate, pay back; break up

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resupinus, resupina, resupinum

lying on one's back

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retempto, retemptare, retemptavi, retemptatus

reattempt; try again

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reticeo, reticere, reticui, -

keep silent; give no reply; refrain from speaking/mentioning; leave unsaid

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retro

backwards, back, to the rear; behind, on the back side; back, formerly

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revoco, revocare, revocavi, revocatus

call back, recall; revive; regain

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rex, regis M

king

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rictus, rictus M

jaws; open mouth

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rigor, rigoris M

stiffness, rigidity, coldness, numbness, hardness; inflexibility; severity

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ritus, ritus M

rite; ceremony

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robur, roboris N

oak; tough core; resolve/purpose; B:tetanus

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romanus, romana, romanum

Roman

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roro, rorare, roravi, roratus

cause dew, drip; be moist

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rostrum, rostri N

beak, curved bow; speaker's platform

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rota, rotae F

wheel

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rubetum, rubeti N

bramble thicket

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rubor, ruboris M

redness, blush; modesty, capacity to blush; shame, disgrace, what causes blush

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ruina, ruinae F

fall; catastrophe; collapse, destruction

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rumpo, rumpere, rupi, ruptus

break; destroy

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ruo, ruere, rui, rutus

destroy, ruin, overthrow; rush on, run; fall; charge; be ruined

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rupes, rupis F

cliff; rock

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rusticus, rustica, rusticum

country, rural; plain, homely, rustic

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saeps, saepis F

hedge; fence; anything planted/erected to form surrounding barrier

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saeta, saetae F

hair; bristle; brush; morbid internal growth; fishing-leader

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saevio, saevire, saevivi, saevitus

rage; rave, bluster; be/act angry/violent/ferocious; vent rage on

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sagitta, sagittae F

arrow

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sagittifer, sagittifera, sagittiferum

carrying arrows

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salus, salutis F

health; prosperity; good wish; greeting; salvation, safety

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sanabilis, sanabilis, sanabile

curable

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sancio, sancire, sanxi, sanctus

confirm, ratify; sanction; fulfill; enact; ordain; dedicate

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sanctus, sancta -um, sanctior -or -us, sanctissimus -a -um

consecrated, sacred, inviolable; venerable, august, divine, holy, pious, just

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sanguineus, sanguinea, sanguineum

bloody, bloodstained; blood-red

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satyrus, satyri M

satyr; satyric play

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saucius, saucia, saucium

wounded; ill, sick

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sceleratus, scelerata -um, sceleratior -or -us, sceleratissimus -a -um

criminal, wicked; accursed; lying under a ban; sinful, atrocious, heinous

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scelero, scelerare, sceleravi, sceleratus

defile

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sceptrum, sceptri N

scepter

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scio, scire, scivi(ii), scitus

know, understand

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secerno, secernere, secrevi, secretus

separate

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secor, seci, secutus sum

follow; escort/attend/accompany; aim at/reach after/strive for/make for/seek

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secretus, secreta -um, secretior -or -us, secretissimus -a -um

separate, apart; private, secret; remote; hidden

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secum, seci N

suet; tallow; hard animal fat

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securus, secura, securum

secure, safe, untroubled, free from care

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seductus, seducta, seductum

distant; retired, secluded

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semel

once, on one occasion

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semideus, semidea, semideum

half-divine

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seminex, (gen.), seminecis

half-dead

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senex, senis (gen.), senior -or -us, -

aged, old

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sententia, sententiae F

opinion, feeling, way of thinking; thought, meaning, sentence/period; purpose

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sentio, sentire, sensi, sensus

perceive, feel, experience; think, realize, see, understand

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sentis, sentis M

thorn, briar

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separo, separare, separavi, separatus

divide, distinguish; separate

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septem

7

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septemfluus, septemflua, septemfluum

that flows in seven streams

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serenus, serena, serenum

clear, fair, bright; serene, tranquil; cheerful, glad

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sermo, sermonis M

conversation, discussion; rumor; diction; speech; talk; the word

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serpens, serpentis

serpent, snake

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serpo, serpere, serpsi, serptus

crawl; move slowly on, glide; creep on

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serus, sera -um, serior -or -us, serissimus -a -um

late; too late; slow, tardy; after the expected/proper time; at a late hour

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servio, servire, servivi, servitus

serve; be a slave to; with DAT

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siccus, sicca, siccum

dry

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signo, signare, signavi, signatus

mark, stamp, designate, sign; seal

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silvanus, silvani M

gods associated with forest and uncultivated land

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simul

at same time; likewise; also; simultaneously; at once

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simulac

as soon as, the moment that

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sincerus, sincera -um, sincerior -or -us, sincerissimus -a -um

clean, pure, uninjured, whole; sound, genuine, truthful, candid, sincere

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sine

without; lack

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sinister, sinistra -um, sinistrior -or -us, sinistimus -a -um

left, improper,adverse; inauspicious

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sino, sinere, sivi, situs

allow, permit

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sinus, sinus M

curved or bent surface; bending, curve, fold; bosom, lap; bay

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sisto, sistere, stiti, status

stop, check; cause to stand; set up

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sive

or if; or

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socer, soceri M

father in law

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socius, socia, socium

sharing; associated; allied

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soleo, solere, solitus sum

be in the habit of; become accustomed to

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solidus, solida -um, solidior -or -us, solidissimus -a -um

solid; same material throughout, unalloyed; not hollow; dense; unbroken/whole

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sollers, sollertis (gen.), sollertior -or -us, sollertissimus -a -um

clever, dexterous, adroit, expert, skilled, ingenious, accomplished

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solvo, solvere, solvi, solutus

loosen, release, unbind, untie, free; open; set sail; scatter; pay off/back

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somnifer, somnifera, somniferum

inducing sleep

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sonitus, sonitus M

noise, loud sound

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sono, sonare, sonavi, sonatus

make a noise/sound; speak/utter, emit sound; be spoken of; express/denote

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sonus, soni M

noise, sound

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sopor, soporis M

deep sleep

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sorbeo, sorbere, sorbui, sorbitus

drink, absorb

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spargo, spargere, sparsi, sparsus

scatter, strew, sprinkle; spot

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speculor, speculari, speculatus sum

watch, observe; spy out; examine, explore

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sperno, spernere, sprevi, spretus

scorn, despise, spurn

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spes, spei F

hope/anticipation/expectation; prospect/hope/promise

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spissus, spissa, spissum

thick, dense, crowded

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spons, spontis F

free will

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spumosus, spumosa, spumosum

foaming, frothy

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stagno, stagnare, stagnavi, stagnatus

form/lie in pools; be under water

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stagnum, stagni N

alloy of sliver and lead; tin

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statio, stationis F

outpost, picket; station; watch

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stello, stellare, -, stellatus

set/furnish/cover with stars/points of light

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sterilis, sterilis, sterile

barren, sterile; fruitless; unprofitable, futile

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sterno, sternere, stravi, stratus

spread, strew, scatter; lay out

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stillo, stillare, stillavi, stillatus

fall in drops; drip; cause to drip; pour in drops

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stimulus, stimuli M

spur/goad; trap/spike in earth; prick/sting/cause of torment/torture instrument

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stipes, stipitis M

post, stake