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abiciō abicere abiēcī abiectum

to throw away, throw down

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abstineō abstinēre abstinuī abstentus

to withhold, keep away/clear; abstain, fast; refrain (from); avoid; keep hands of

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adversus or adversum *

facing, opposite, against, opposed (to)

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apud ****

at, near; at the house of, in the presence of, among (+ acc.)

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āra ārae f. *

altar

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barba –ae f.

beard; dim. barbula, little beard)

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barbarus –a –um *

foreign, barbarous, savage

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bellum bellī n. *****

war

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commūnis commūnis commūne *

common, joint, public; general, universal; ordinary; sociable, courteous; related; neutral, impartial; applicable on either side; same form for two cases

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coniūnx coniugis f. **

spouse, mate, consort; husband, wife, bride, fiancee, intended; concubine; yokemate

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cōnsentiō cōnsentīre cōnsēnsī cōnsēnsus

to agree, consent

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convīctus –ūs m.

a living together, intimacy, social intercourse; banquet, dinner party

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dēfungor dēfungī dēfūnctus sum

to finish, complete; to depart, die

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deus deī m. *****

god

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diēs diēī m. or f. *****

day

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domesticus –a –um

domestic

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exercitātiō –ōnis f.

training; exercise

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expōnō expōnere exposuī expositus *

to set/put forth/out; abandon, expose; publish; explain, relate; disembark

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exsistō –sistere –stitī

to emerge, appear, be visible, be

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familiāris familiāre

domestic, of family; intimate

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fīrmus –a –um

firm/steady; substantial/solid/secure/safe; strong/robust/sturdy/stout/durable; loyal/staunch/true/constant; stable/mature; valid/convincing/well founded

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indicium indici(ī) n. *

evidence (before a court); information, proof; indication

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indūtiae –ārum f.

a suspension of hostitities, truce, armistice

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instar n.

the equivalent, just like, + gen.

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intestīnus –a –um

internal, civil

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iūdicium iūdici(ī) n.

trial, legal action/process; court/tribunal; courts; administration of justice; judgment/sentence/verdict; judging; jurisdiction/authority; opinion/belief

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iustitium –(i)ī n.

a cessation of public business as a mark of a calamity

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lapidō lapidāre lapidāvī lapidātum

throw stones at; bury with stones

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Lār Laris m.

Lar, household god

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longē *

a long way, far; by far

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lūctus lūctūs m.

mourning, grief

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maeror maerōris m.

mourning, grief

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maior māius

bigger

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megistānes –um m.

grandees, magnates

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mors mortis f. ****

death

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nōs nostrum/nostrī *****

we; us

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Parthus –a –um

of or belonging to the Parthians, Parthian; subst. the Parthi, a nation occupying the country of the Medes and Persians

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partus partūs m.

birth, offspring

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pōnō pōnere posuī positus ****

to put, place; set aside

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publicum –ī n.

possessions of the State, public territory or place, communal property

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quīdam quaedam quiddam ****

a certain person, a certain thing

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quīn *

introduces Relative Clause of Characteristic, Doubting clause, Prevention clause

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rādō rādere rāsī rāsum

to shave; scratch; inscribe

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rēgulus –ī m.

ruler of a small country, chieftain; prince

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subvertō -ere -ī subversus

overturn, cause to topple; overthrow, destroy, subvert

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tamen *****

nevertheless

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templum templī n. **

temple

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uxor uxōris f. **

wife; [uxorem ducere => marry, bring home as wife]

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velut or velutī *

even as, just as, like as, like (in a comparison)

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venōr venārī venātus sum

to hunt, go hunting