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atrōcitās atrōcitātis n.

fierceness, harshness, enormity

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attonō attonāre attonuī attonitus

to thunder at; p., attonitus, a, um, (fig.), stunned; agitated; amazed, astonished; afflicted, overwhelmed; spellbound, hushed (> ad and tono)

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auctor auctōris m. *

seller, vendor; originator; historian; authority; proposer, supporter; founder

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augeō augēre auxī auctus *

to increase, enlarge, augment; spread; honor, promote, raise; exalt; make a lot of

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Capitōlium –iī n.

the Capitol

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cīvitās cīvitātis f. ****

state, citizenry; citizenship

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concinō –cinere –cinui

to sing together; celebrate in song

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concurrō concurrere concucurrī concursus

to run/assemble/knock/snap together; agree, fit, concur; coincide; make same claim; charge, fight/engage in battle; come running up/in large numbers; rally

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convalēscō –valēscere –valuī –—

to recover, regain health, grow strong, gain strength

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cūnctus –a –um **

all, entire, all together

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December –bris m.

month of December

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dēmum

finally

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dēsīderium dēsīderi(ī) n.

desire

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dūrō dūrāre dūrāvī dūrātus

to harden, endure

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ēdictum –ī n.

a proclamation, ordinance, edict, manifesto

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ērumpō ērumpere ērūpī ēruptus

to break out, burst out

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expergē–faciō –facere –fēcī –factum

to arouse, stir up, excite, wake up

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faciō facere fēcī factus *****

to make; do; reckon

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fāma fāmae f. ***

report, rumor; reputation, fame

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fātum fātī n. or fātus –ī m. ***

destiny, fate; in pl. (often), death

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fēstus –a –um

sacred, festive

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foris foris f.

door

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fungor fungī fūnctus sum

to perform, occupy oneself

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gestiō gestīre

to desire eagerly; act without restraint, exult

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glōria glōriae f. **

renown, glory

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grātulor gratulārī gratulātus sum

to congratulate, rejoice

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iam *****

now, already, by/even now; besides; [non ~ => no longer; ~ pridem => long ago];

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incertus –a –um

unsure, uncertain, unreliable

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inhibeō –ēre –uī –itus

to hold back, hold in, keep back (> in and habeo)

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īnsequor īnsequī īnsecūtus sum

to follow after, pursue

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lūmen luminis n. *

light; lamp, torch; eye (of a person); life; day, daylight; ad lumina: by torchlight

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maestus –a –um

sad, sorrowful; depressing

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mēnsis mēnsis m.

month

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metus metūs m.

fear, dread, anxiety

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moror morārī morātus sum *

to hinder, delay, wait

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nūntius nūnti(ī) m. *

messenger/herald/envoy; message (oral), warning; report; messenger's speech

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opīnor opīnārī opīnātus sum

to suppose, imagine; have a (favorable or unfavorable) opinion about

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opperior opperīrī oppertus/opperitus sum

to wait, expect

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palam

openly, publicly; plainly

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passim

here and there, indiscriminately

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patria patriae f. **

country, homeland

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percrēb(r)ēscō –crēb(r)ēscere –crēb(r)uī —

to become frequent, grow prevalent, be spread abroad

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possum posse potuī *****

to be able, can

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pūblicus –a –um ***

public; common, of the people/state; official [res publica => the state]

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reddō reddere reddidī redditus **

to return; restore; deliver; hand over, pay back, render, give back; translate

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repente *

suddenly, unexpectedly

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reprimō reprimere repressī repressus

to restrain, stop, check

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revellō –ere –vellī –vulsus

to pull back; pluck out, tear out or off; rend, rip, tear open; snatch, bring away, rescue; disturb, violate

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reverentia –ae f.

timidity, respect, regard, fear, awe, reverence

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saevitia saevitiae f.

ferocity

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salvus –a –um

safe, healthy, intact

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sequor sequī secūtus sum **

to follow; come next, come later

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sōlācium sōlāci(ī) n.

comfort, consolation

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somnus somnī m. *

sleep

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tandem ***

finally, at last; in questions and commands, pray, I ask you, then

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temerē

rashly, blindly

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ūllus –a –um ***

any

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undique *

from every side/direction/place/part/source; on all/both sides/surfaces; everywhere; completely; allover; from every point of view, in all respects

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valētūdō valētūdinis f.

good health, soundness; condition of body/health; illness, indisposition

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vesper vesperis or vesperī m.

evening, evening star

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victima –ae f.

an animal offered in sacrifice; a victim

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vōtum vōtī n.

solemn promise, vow; hope

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vōx vōcis f. ****

voice; word