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1

audeō, audēre

to dare (complementary infinitive)

2

deus, ī

God, m.

3

full declension of deus

deus, dī/deī*

dī/deī*, deōrum

deō, dīs/deīs*

deum, deōs

deō, dīs/deīs*

deus, dī/deī*

*deī and deīs became popular during the Augustan period

4

dea, -ae

goddess, f.

5

deābus

goddesses, f. (dative and ablative pl.)

6

discipulus, -ī

learner, pupil, student, m.

7

discipula, -ae

learner, pupil, student, f.

8

īnsidiae, -ārum

ambush, plot, treachery, f., pl.

9

liber, librī

book, m.

10

tyrannus, -ī

absolute ruler, tyrant, m.

11

vitium, vitiī

fault, crime, vice, n.

12

Graecus, -a, -um

Greek

13

Graecus, -ī

a Greek, m.

14

perpetuus, -a, -um

perpetual, lasting, uninterrupted, continuous

15

plēnus, -a, -um

full, abundant, generous

16

salvus, -a, -um

safe, sound

17

secundus, -a, -um

second, favorable

18

vester, -tra, -trum

your, pl. (when addressing more than one person)

19

-que

and, conj. (appended to the 2nd of two words to be joined)

Ex:

fāma glōriaque = fame and glory

20

ubi

where, when (rel. and interrog. adv. and conj.)

21

ibi

there, adv.

22

nunc

now, at present, adv.

23

quārē

adv., literally meaning "because of which thing" (quā rē), but more commonly meaning:

therefore, wherefore, why

24

possum, posse, potuī

to be able, can, could, have power

25

tolerō, tolerāre, tolerāvī, tolerātum

to bear, endure

26

Dionÿsius, -ī

a Greek name, m.

27

Syrācūsānus, -ī

a Syracusan

28

optāre

to wish for, desire

29

gustāre

to taste

30

dēlectāre

to delight, charm, please