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ear

aurs, auris, f.

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quia

because

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hostis, hostis, m.

enemy (of a people)

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auctoritas, tatis, f.

authority, influence

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caput, capitis, n.

head; heading, chapter

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because (also: that which, that)

quod

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levis, e

light, not heavy, trivial

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quamquam

although

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diu, (adv.)

long, for a long time (adverb)

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power, authority, ability

potestas, tatis, f.

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city

urbs, urbis, f.

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fortis, e

strong, brave, vigorous

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pleasant, delightful

iucundus, a, um

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to rejoice

gaudeo, gaudere, gavisus sum

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long, for a long time (adverb)

diu, (adv.)

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amitto, amittere, amisi, amissum

to lose, let go, send away

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ius, iuris, n.

right, justice, law

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hard, difficult, troublesome

difficilis, e

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acerbus, a, um

bitter, harsh

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senex, senis, m./f.

old man/woman

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sweet

dulcis, e

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art, skill

ars, artis, f.

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mundus, i, m.

the world

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principium, principii, n.

beginning

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although

quamquam

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voluptas, voluptatis, f.

pleasure

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vis, vis. f. (ireg, abl. vi)

force, power, violence

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death

mors, mortis, f.

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amicus, a, um

friendly, loving

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nuper, (adv.)

recently (adverb)

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the same

idem, eadem, idem

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aurs, auris, f.

ear

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pars, partis, f.

part, share, direction; side

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short, brief

brevis, e

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personal enemy

inimicus, m.

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unfriendly, hostile, inimical

inimicus, a, um

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bitter, harsh

acerbus, a, um

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poenam dare

to pay the penalty, to be punished

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mors, mortis, f.

death

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to hold, possess

teneo, tenere, tenui, tentum

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old, aged

senex

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to feel, perceive, think

sentio, sentire, sensi, sensum

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because

quia

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to pay the penalty, to be punished

poenam dare

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vires, virium, f. pl.

strength

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the world

mundus, i, m.

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idem, eadem, idem

the same

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mob, crowd, uproar, disturbance

turba, ae, f.

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iucundus, a, um

pleasant, delightful

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omnis, omne

every, all

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carus, a, um

dear, expensive

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turba, ae, f.

mob, crowd, uproar, disturbance

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potens

able, powerful, mighty, strong

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enemy (of a people)

hostis, hostis, m.

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gravis, e

heavy, serious, important

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senex

old, aged

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mens, mentis, f.

mind

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similar to, like, resembling

similis, e

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brevis, e

short, brief

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to lose, let go, send away

amitto, amittere, amisi, amissum

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easy, agreeable

facilis, e

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ingens

huge

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inimicus, i, m.

an enemy

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penalty, punishment

poena, poenae, f.

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inimicus, m.

personal enemy

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every, all

omnis, omne

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heavy, serious, important

gravis, e

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sto, stare, steti, statum

to stand, to stand still

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os, oris, n.

mouth, face

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mind

mens, mentis, f.

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beginning

principium, principii, n.

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inimicus, a, um

unfriendly, hostile, inimical

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old man/woman

senex, senis, m./f.

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strong, brave, vigorous

fortis, e

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dear, expensive

carus, a, um

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an enemy

inimicus, i, m.

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longus, a, um

long

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a philosopher

philosophus, i, m.

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light, not heavy, trivial

levis, e

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sea

mare, maris, n.

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force, power, violence

vis, vis. f. (ireg, abl. vi)

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mouth, face

os, oris, n.

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facilis, e

easy, agreeable

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iuvenis, e

young, youthful

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citizen

civix, civix, m./f.

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recently (adverb)

nuper, (adv.)

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civix, civix, m./f.

citizen

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strength

vires, virium, f. pl.

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young, youthful

iuvenis, e

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acer, acris, acre

sharp, severe, fierce

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animal, animalis, n.

an animal

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mare, maris, n.

sea

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swift, quick, rapid

celer, celeris, celere

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huge

ingens

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sharp, severe, fierce

acer, acris, acre

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cor, cordis, n.

heart

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part, share, direction; side

pars, partis, f.

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to fall

cado, cadere, cecidi, casum

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potestas, tatis, f.

power, authority, ability

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urbs, urbis, f.

city

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gaudeo, gaudere, gavisus sum

to rejoice

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heart

cor, cordis, n.

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pleasure

voluptas, voluptatis, f.

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an animal

animal, animalis, n.

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head; heading, chapter

caput, capitis, n.

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difficilis, e

hard, difficult, troublesome

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sentio, sentire, sensi, sensum

to feel, perceive, think

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similis, e

similar to, like, resembling

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authority, influence

auctoritas, tatis, f.

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long

longus, a, um

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ars, artis, f.

art, skill

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friendly, loving

amicus, a, um

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dulcis, e

sweet

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able, powerful, mighty, strong

potens

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poena, poenae, f.

penalty, punishment

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teneo, tenere, tenui, tentum

to hold, possess

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quod

because (also: that which, that)

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cado, cadere, cecidi, casum

to fall

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celer, celeris, celere

swift, quick, rapid

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right, justice, law

ius, iuris, n.

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philosophus, i, m.

a philosopher

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unlike, different

dissimilis, e

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dissimilis, e

unlike, different

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to stand, to stand still

sto, stare, steti, statum