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stipula, stipulae F

stalk; stubble; straw; reed played on as a pipe

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stirps, stirpis

race

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stringo, stringere, strinxi, strictus

draw tight; draw; graze; strip off

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studium, studi(i) N

eagerness, enthusiasm, zeal, spirit; devotion, pursuit, study

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suadeo, suadere, suasi, suasus

urge, recommend; suggest; induce; propose, persuade, advise

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subcumbo, subcumbere, subcubui, subcubitus

sink/fall/lie/break down; succumb/collapse; suffer/concede defeat

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subdo, subdere, subdidi, subditus

place under, apply; supply

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submoveo, submovere, submovi, submotus

remove; drive off, dislodge; expel; ward off; keep at a distance; bar/debar

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suboles, subolis F

shoot, sucker; race; offspring; progeny

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subsido, subsidere, subsedi, subsessus

settle, sink, subside; neglect

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subsisto, subsistere, substiti, -

halt, stand; cause to stop

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succedo, succedere, successi, successus

climb; advance; follow; succeed in

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sucus, suci M

juice, sap; moisture; drink/draught, potion, medicinal liquor; vitality/spirit

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suffundo, suffundere, suffudi, suffusus

pour in/on; cause to well up to surface; cover/fill with liquid that wells up

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sulcus, sulci M

furrow; rut; trail of a meteor, track, wake; female external genitalia

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superbus, superba, superbum

arrogant, overbearing, haughty, proud

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supero, superare, superavi, superatus

overcome, conquer; survive; outdo; surpass, be above, have the upper hand

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superstes, (gen.), superstitis

outliving, surviving; standing over/near; present, witnessing

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supo, supare, supavi, supatus

throw; pour; strew, scatter

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supplex, (gen.), supplicis

suppliant, kneeling, begging

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supprimo, supprimere, suppressi, suppressus

press down or under; suppress; keep back, contain; stop, check

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supra

on top; more; above; before, formerly

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surgo, surgere, surrexi, surrectus

rise, lift; grow

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suspicio, suspicere, suspexi, suspectus

look up to; admire

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suspirium, suspiri(i) N

deep breath, sigh

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suspiro, suspirare, suspiravi, suspiratus

sigh; utter with a sigh

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sustineo, sustinere, sustinui, sustentus

support; check; put off; put up with; sustain; hold back

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syringa, syringae F

lilac

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taeda, taedae F

pine torch

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tam

so, so much; to such an extent/degree; nevertheless, all the same

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tandem

finally; at last, in the end; after some time, eventually; at length

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tantummodo

only, merely

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tectum, tecti N

roof; ceiling; house

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tegumen, teguminis N

covering/cover/protection; clothing; body armor; skin/shell/husk

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temerarius, temeraria, temerarium

casual, rash, accidental; reckless

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temperies, temperiei F

proper mixture, temper

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tempestas, tempestatis F

season, time, weather; storm

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templum, templi N

temple, church; shrine; holy place

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tempus, tempi M

weather

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tendo, tendere, tetendi, tensus

stretch/spread/extend; distend; aim/direct weapon/glance/steps/course; strive

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tenebrosus, tenebrosa, tenebrosum

dark, gloomy

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tepeo, tepere, tepui, -

be warm/tepid/lukewarm; have body warmth; feel love warmth/glow; fall flat

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tepesco, tepescere, tepui, -

grow warm/acquire some heat; become tepid/lukewarm; grow warm/cool

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ter

three times; on three occasions

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tero, terere, trivi, tritus

rub, wear away, wear out; tread

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terrenus, terrena, terrenum

of earth, earthly; earthy; terrestrial

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terreo, terrere, terrui, territus

frighten, scare, terrify, deter

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terribilis, terribilis, terribile

frightful, terrible

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terrificus, terrifica, terrificum

terrifying, awe inspiring

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terror, terroris M

terror, panic, alarm, fear

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tertius, tertia, tertium

third

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testis, testis

witness

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thalamus, thalami M

bedroom; marriage

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tigris, tigros/is M

tiger

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timidus, timida -um, timidior -or -us, timidissimus -a -um

timid; cowardly; fearful, apprehensive; without courage; afraid to

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timor, timoris M

fear; dread

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tollo, tollere, sustuli, sublatus

lift, raise; destroy; remove, steal; take/lift up/away

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tonitruum, tonitrui N

thunder

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tono, tonare, tonui, tonitus

thunder; speak thunderous tones/thunderously; make/resound like thunder

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torpor, torporis M

numbness, torpor, paralysis

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torreo, torrere, torrui, tostus

parch, roast, scorch, bake, burn; dry up; begin to burn; harden by charring

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tortilis, tortilis, tortile

twisted, coiled

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tot

as/so often, so many times, such a great number of times; that number of times

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trado, tradere, tradidi, traditus

hand over, surrender; deliver; bequeath; relate

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trajicio, trajicere, trajeci, trajectus

transfer; transport; pierce, transfix

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transeo, transire, transivi(ii), transitus

go over, cross

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tricuspis, (gen.), tricuspidis

having three prongs

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tridens, tridentis M

trident

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tristis, tristis, triste

sad, sorrowful; gloomy

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triumphus, triumphi M

triumph, victory parade

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trunco, truncare, truncavi, truncatus

maim, mutilate; strip of branches, foliage; cut off

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tuba, tubae F

trumpet; hydraulic ram pipe

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tum

then, next; besides; at that time

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tumesco, tumescere, tumui, -

swell; become inflamed with pride, passion, etc

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tumidus, tumida, tumidum

swollen, swelling, distended; puffed up with pride or self; confidence

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tumulus, tumuli M

mound, hillock; mound, tomb

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tunc

then, thereupon, at that time

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tunica, tunicae F

undergarment, shirt,tunic

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turba, turbae F

commotion, uproar, turmoil, tumult, disturbance; crowd, mob, multitude

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turbo, turbinis M

that which whirls; whirlwind, tornado; spinning top; spiral, round, circle

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turbo, turbare, turbavi, turbatus

disturb, agitate, throw into confusion

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turpis, turpe, turpior -or -us, turpissimus -a -um

ugly; nasty; disgraceful; indecent; base, shameful, disgusting, repulsive

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turris, turris F

tower; high building, palace, citadel; dove tower, dove cot

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tus, turis N

frankincense

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tutus, tuta -um, tutior -or -us, tutissimus -a -um

safe, prudent; secure; protected

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tyrannus, tyranni M

tyrant; despot; monarch, absolute ruler; king, prince

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ubi

where; in what place; when, whenever; as soon as; in which; with whom

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udus, uda, udum

wet

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ulmus, ulmi F

elm tree

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ultra, ulterius, ultimum

beyond, further; on the other side; more, more than, in addition, besides

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umbrosus, umbrosa, umbrosum

shady, shadowy

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umeo, umere, -, -

be wet; be moist

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umidus, umida, umidum

damp, moist, dank, wet, humid

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unde

from where, whence, from what or which place; from which; from whom

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undique

from every side/direction/place/part/source; on all/both sides/surfaces

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undo, undare, undavi, undatus

surge/flood/rise in waves; gush/well up; run, stream; billow; undulate; waver

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unguis, unguis M

nail, claw, talon

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ungula, ungulae F

hoof; bird claw/talon; toe nail; pig's foot/trotter

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urbs, urbis F

city; City of Rome

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uro, urere, ussi, ustus

burn

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usquam

anywhere, in any place; to any place

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utinam

if only, would that

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vacuus, vacua, vacuum

empty, vacant, unoccupied; devoid of, free of

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vadum, vadi N

shallow place, stream; ford, shoal; channel

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vagus, vaga, vagum

roving, wandering

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vallis, vallis F

valley, vale, hollow

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valva, valvae F

double or folding door, one leaf of the doors

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vapor, vaporis M

steam/vapor; exhalation; heat/warmth; fever, body heat; excited state

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varius, varia, varium

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

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vel

even, actually; or even, in deed; or

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velo, velare, velavi, velatus

veil, cover, cover up; enfold, wrap, envelop; hide, conceal; clothe in

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velox, velocis (gen.), velocior -or -us, velocissimus -a -um

swift, quick, fleet, rapid, speedy

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velum, veli N

sail, covering; curtain

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velut

just as, as if

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vena, venae F

blood-vessel, vein; artery; pulse; fissure, pore, cavity; vein of ore/talent

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venenum, veneni N

poison; drug

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venter, ventris M

stomach, womb; belly

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ver, veris N

spring; spring-time of life, youth

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verecundus, verecunda -um, verecundior -or -us, verecundissimus -a -um

modest

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vereor, vereri, veritus sum

revere, respect; fear; dread

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vero

yes; in truth; certainly; truly, to be sure; however

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vertex, verticis M

whirlpool, eddy, vortex; crown of the head; peak, top, summit; the pole

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vesper, vesperis M

evening; evening star; west

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vester, vestra, vestrum

your, of/belonging to/associated with you

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vetus, veteris (gen.), veterior -or -us, veterrimus -a -um

old, aged, ancient; former; veteran, experienced; long standing, chronic

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vetustas, vetustatis F

old age; antiquity; long duration

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via, viae F

way, road, street; journey

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viator, viatoris M

traveler

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vibro, vibrare, vibravi, vibratus

brandish, wave, crimp, corrugate; rock; propel suddenly; flash; dart; glitter

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vicinus, vicina, vicinum

nearby, neighboring

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vicis, vicis F

turn, change, succession; exchange, interchange, repayment; plight, lot

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victus, victus M

living, way of life; that which sustains life; nourishment; provisions; diet

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vigilo, vigilare, vigilavi, vigilatus

remain awake, be awake; watch; provide for, care for by watching, be vigilant

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villa, villae F

farm/country home/estate; large country residence/seat, villa; village

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villus, villi M

shaggy hair, tuft of hair

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vincio, vincire, vinxi, vinctus

bind, fetter; restrain

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vinculum, vinculi N

chain, bond, fetter; imprisonment

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vindicta, vindictae F

ceremonial act claiming as free one contending wrongly enslaved; vengeance

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vinetum, vineti N

vineyard

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violentia, violentiae F

violence, aggressiveness

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violentus, violenta, violentum

violent, vehement, impetuous, boisterous

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virginitas, virginitatis F

maidenhood; virginity; being girl of marriageable age; being sworn to celibacy

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viridis, viridis, viride

fresh, green; blooming,youthful

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vis, vis F

strength, force, power, might, violence

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viscus, visceris N

soft fleshy body parts, internal organs; entrails, flesh; offspring

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viso, visere, visi, visus

visit, go to see; look at

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vita, vitae F

life, career, livelihood; mode of life

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vitta, vittae F

band, ribbon; fillet

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vivax, vivacis (gen.), vivacior -or -us, vivacissimus -a -um

long-lived, tenacious of life; lively, vigorous, energetic; high-spirited

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volo, velle, volui, -

wish, want, prefer; be willing, will

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voluto, volutare, volutavi, volutatus

roll, wallow, turn over in one's mind, think or talk over

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volvo, volvere, volvi, volutus

roll, cause to roll; travel in circle/circuit; bring around/about; revolve

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vomer, vomeris M

plowshare; stylus

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vos

you (pl)

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vulgo, vulgare, vulgavi, vulgatus

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

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vulgus, vulgi N

common people/general public/multitude/common herd/rabble/crowd/mob; flock

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vulnero, vulnerare, vulneravi, vulneratus

wound/injure/harm, pain/distress; inflict wound on; damage

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zona, zonae F

zone; woman's girdle; belt; money belt; climatic region