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* abūtor abutī abūsus

to abuse

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aetās aetātis f.

age; lifetime; time

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amplus –a –um

great, large, spacious, wide, ample; distinguished, important, honorable

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artus artūs m.

limb, leg

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* aspiciō aspicere aspēxī aspectus

to look at, behold

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benefactum benefactī n.

benefit, good deed

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cōgitō cōgitāre cōgitāvī cōgitātus

to think; ponder

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cūr

why

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* dēpōnō dēpōnere dēposuī dēpositus

to put/lay down/aside/away; let drop/fall; give up; resign; deposit/entrust/commit; lift off; take off (clothes); have (hair/beard/nails) cut; shed (tusks); pull down, demolish; plant (seedlings); set up, place; lay to rest; fire

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* dēsinō dēsinere dēsiī dēsitus

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

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difficilis difficile

difficult

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dīligō dīligere dīlēxī dīlēctus

to love, hold dear; value/esteem/favor; have special regard for (milder than amo)

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dīvus (dīus) –a –um

divine; godlike; subst., divus, i, m., a god, freq.; the image of a god; diva, ae, f., a goddess

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* efficiō efficere effēcī effectus

to make; bring about

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* expellō expellere expulī expulsus

to drive out, expel, banish; disown, reject

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exter extera exterum

outer/external; outward; on outside, far; of another country, foreign; strange

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* fallō fallere fefellī falsus

to deceive; slip by; disappoint; be mistaken, beguile, drive away; fail; cheat

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foedus foederis n.

treaty, agreement, contract; league; alliance

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gaudium gaudi(ī) n.

delight, joy, pleasure

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īnferus –a –um

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

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ingrātus –a –um

unpleasant, displeasing; ungrateful, displeased

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invītus –a –um

reluctant; unwilling; against one's will

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istinc

from (over) there, thence; from where you are; on the other side; from here

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laetitia laetitiae f.

joy, happiness

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* maneō manēre mānsī mānsūrus

to remain, stay; await; abide; wait for; continue, endure, last; spend the night (sexual)

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misereor –ērī miseritus sum

to pity

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morbus morbī m.

sickness, illness, weakness; disease; distemper; distress; vice

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nūmen nūminis n.

divine power/will, divinity, divine spirit, numen

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offirmō offirmāre offirmāvī offirmātus

to hold fast, persevere

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ops opis f.

power, might; help; influence; resources/wealth (pl.)

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optō optāre optāvī optātus

to desire; choose

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parātus –a –um

prepared, ready

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perniciēs perniciēī f.

ruin; disaster; pest, bane; curse; destruction, calamity; mischief

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* pervincō pervincere pervīcī pervictus

to conquer completely, be victorious

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pestis pestis f.

plague, disaster

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pietās pietātis f.

responsibility, sense of duty; loyalty; tenderness, goodness; pity; piety

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pius –a –um

dutiful, loyal

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potis pote

powerful, able

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prior priōris m.

former, previous, prior, first; ancestors (pl.), forefathers, predecessors, people of an earlier time

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pudīcus –a –um

bashful, modest, chaste, pure, virtuous

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pūriter

purely, correctly

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quālubet

by any means at all; somehow or other

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quārē

because of which thing; therefore; why

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quīn

introduces Relative Clause of Characteristic, Doubting clause, Prevention clause

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* recordor recordārī recordātus sum

to remember, recollect

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* redūcō redūcere redūxī reductus

to lead back, bring back; restore; reduce

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salūs salūtis f.

safety, health

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sanctus –a –um

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

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* subrēpō –rēpere –rēpsi –rēptum

to creep up to, steal upon

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taeter –tra –trum

disagreeable; foul, loathsome

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torpor torpōris m.

numbness, paralysis

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valeō valēre valuī valitūrus

to be strong, be able; be well, fare well

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vērum

but indeed, but yet, yet, but

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violō violāre violāvī violātus

to violate, dishonor; outrage

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umquam

ever

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voluptās voluptātis f.

pleasure, enjoyment