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locus, loci

place; passage in literature

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loca, locorum

places, region

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loci, locorum

passages in literature

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morbus, morbi

disease, sickness

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studium, studii

eagerness, zeal, pursuit, study

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hic, haec, hoc

this; the latter; (at times weakened to) he, she, it, they

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ille, illa, illud

that; the former; the famous; he, she, it, they

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iste, ista, istud

that of yours, that; such (as you have, as you speak of); (sometimes with contemptuous force) that aweful, that despicable, that wretched

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alius, alia, aliud

other, another

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alii ... alii

some ... others

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alter, altera, alterum

the other (of two), second

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neuter, neutra, neutrum

not either, neither

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nullas, nulla, nullum

not any, no, none

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solus, sola, solum

alone, only, the only

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non solum ... sed etiam

not only ... but also

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totus, tota, totum

whole, entire

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ullus, ulla, ullum

any

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unus, una, unum

one, single, alone

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uter, utra, utrum

either, which (of two)

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enim

for, in fact, truly

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in

into, towards, against (+ accusative); (in componds may appear as in-, il-, im-; may have litteral meaning or simply have intensive force)

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nimis, nimium

too, too much, excessively; (in a positive sense) exceedingly, very

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place; passage in literature

locus, loci

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places, region

loca, locorum

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passages in literature

loci, locorum

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disease, sickness

morbus, morbi

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eagerness, zeal, pursuit, study

studium, studii

28

this; the latter; (at times weakened to) he, she, it, they

hic, haec, hoc

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that; the former; the famous; he, she, it, they

ille, illa, illud

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that of yours, that; such (as you have, as you speak of); (sometimes with contemptuous force) that aweful, that despicable, that wretched

iste, ista, istud

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other, another

alius, alia, aliud

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some ... others

alii ... alii

33

the other (of two), second

alter, altera, alterum

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not either, neither

neuter, neutra, neutrum

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not any, no, none

nullas, nulla, nullum

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alone, only, the only

solus, sola, solum

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not only ... but also

non solum ... sed etiam

38

whole, entire

totus, tota, totum

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any

ullus, ulla, ullum

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one, single, alone

unus, una, unum

41

either, which (of two)

uter, utra, utrum

42

for, in fact, truly

enim

43

into, towards, against (+ accusative); (in componds may appear as in-, il-, im-; may have litteral meaning or simply have intensive force)

in

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too, too much, excessively; (in a positive sense) exceedingly, very

nimis, nimium