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familiaris, familiare

Personal, private, (noun) intimate friend

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missus, missūs m.

a sending

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missū Caesaris

sent by Caesar

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confiteor, confitēri, confessus sum

to acknowledge, to confess

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ventito, ventitare, ventitavi, ventitatus

to go back and forth, to visit

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libero, liberare, liberavi, liberatus

to make or set free, to release, to deliver

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stipendium, stipendi n.

tax, tribute

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pendo, pendere, pependi, pensum

to weigh, to weigh out, to weigh out money, to pay, to pay out

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Aduatuci, Aduatucorum m.

a people in Belgic Gaul and neighbors of the Eburones, the Aduatici

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catena, catenae f.

chain, fetter

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obses, obsidis m. and f.

hostage, pledge, security

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eiusmodi

of such a sort or kind, such

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iudicium, iudici n.

judicial proceedings, trial, opinion, judgement

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iudicio

by design, purposely

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voluntas, voluntatis f.

wish, goodwill, consent

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cactus, cactūs m.

compulsion

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ius, iuris n.

(human) law, justice, rights, power, authority

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porro, adv.

farther on, furthermore, then

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resisto, resistere, restiti

to stand back, to remain behind, to halt, to stand still, to withstand, to resist, to oppose

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coniuratio, coniurationis f.

a swearing together, plot, conspiracy

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humilitas, humilitatis f.

humility, lowness, weakness

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adeo (adv.)

to such an extent, so much, so very, so, in fact

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imperitus, imperita, imperitum

inexperienced, unskilled, ignorant

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confido, confidere, confisi, confisum

to rely on, to feel confident, to hope

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subsidium, subsidii n.

reserve force, help

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praesertim (adv.)

particularly, especially

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recupero, recuperare, recuperavi, recuperatus

to recover, to regain

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ineo, inīre, iī, itum

to go into

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inīre consilium

to form a plan

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pietas, pietatis f.

loyalty, devotion

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satisfacio, satisfacere, satisfeci, satisfactum

to make or do enough for, to give satisfaction, to satisfy, to make amends, to apologize, to ask pardon

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ratio, rationis f.

reckoning, account, estimate, design, plan, strategy, science, method, arrangement, cause, reason, regard, consideration, condition, state of affairs, manner, way, condition, terms (pl.) transactions

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officium, offici n.

allegiance, duty, business

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consulo, consulere, consului, consultum

to take counsel, to consult, to consider (with dat.) to take counsel for, to consider the interests of, to take care for, to spare

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biduum, bidui n.

benefit, favor, kindness, good deed