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1

fundō, -āre

establish, found, begin

2

exulatiō, -onis

exultation, joy

3

latus, lateris

side, flank

4

laterus, -a, -um

having "x" number of sides

5

aquilō, aquilonis

north wind

6

suscipiō, -ere, suscēpī, susceptus

undertake, support, accept

7

congregō, -āre, congratus

collect, bring together

8

congretatus, -ūs

union, association

9

commotus, -ūs

movement, moving, agitation

10

commotus, -a, -um

excited, nervous, frenzied

11

commoveō, -ēre, commīvī, commotus

shake, stir up, agitate

12

parturiō, -īre, parturīvī

be in labor, bring forth

13

contereō, -ēre, contrīvī, contritus

grind, crush, pound to pieces

14

complectō, -ere, complectī, complexus

embrace, hug (can be DEP)

15

turris, turris

tower, high building, palace

16

distribuō, -ere, distribuī, distributus

divide, distribute, assign

17

prōgenies, -niēi

face, family, progeny

18

enarrō, -are

describe, explain

19

voluntas, -atis

will, desire, purpose

20

obsecratio, -nis

supplication, entreaty (i.e., prayer)

21

aemulatio, -nis

rivalry, ambition, i.e., zeal

22

deducō, -ere, deduxī, deductis

lead, draw away, evict, escort

23

fiō, fieri, factus sum

happen, come about, become, result

24

adducō, -ere, adduxī

lead up, away, persuade

25

gens, -ntis

tribe, clan, nation

26

insipiō, -ere, insipuī

act foolishly

27

insipiens, -ntis

foolish

28

quaerō, -ere, quaesivī, quaesitus

search for, seek, strive for

29

palam

prep + abl. in presence of

30

contradicō, -ere, contradixī, contradictus

gainsay, contradict, speak against

31

pestifer, -a, -um

pestilential, destructive

32

adduco, -ere, adduxi, adductus

lead up, away, persuade

33

reliquus, -a, -um

rest of, remaining, available

34

ars, artis

f. skill, craft, art, trick, science

35

sermo, sermonis

m. conversation, discussion

36

trado, -ere, tradidi, traditus

hand over, surrender, deliver

37

cultus, -a, -um

cultivated, tilled, ornamented

38

inscius, -a, -um

not knowing, ignorant

39

regula, -ae

ruler, straight edge, basic principle

40

subdo, -ere, subdidi, subditus

place under, apply

41

subditus, -a, -um

subordinate, submissive

42

mirus, -a, -um

mire

43

redundo, -are

overflow, be too numerous

44

fateor, fateri, fassus sum

admit, confess, disclose (DEP)

45

tergo, -ere, tersi, tersus

rub, wipe, wipe off, clean

46

depravo, -are

distort, deform, mislead, twist

47

immundus, -a, -um

dirty, filthy foul

48

perhibeo, -ere, perhibui, perhibitus

present, give, bestow

49

valetudo, valetudinis

good health, soundness

50

prorsus, prorsa, prorsum

straight forward (adj. or adv.)

51

deleo, -ere, delevi, deletus

erase, wipe, remove, expunge

52

redeo, -ere, redivi, reditus

return, go back, give back

53

egredior, egredi, egressus sum

go, march, come out

54

egressus, -us

landing place, egress

55

acus, -us

needle, pin, detail

56

acuo, -ere, acui, acutus

whet, sharpen, cut to a point

57

solidum, -i

n. solid figure, hard material, unyielding ground

58

solidus, -a, -um

solid, unalloyed, unbroken

59

pasco, -ere, pavi, pastus

feed, feed on, graze

60

tumeo, -ere

swell, become inflated, puffed up

61

exacuo, -ere, exacui, exacutus

make sharp or pointed, stimulate

62

accommodo, -are

adapt, adjust to, fit, suit

63

acies, -ei

sharpness, sharp edge, point

64

pistillum, -i

pestle

65

retusus, -a, -um

blunt, dull

66

iactura, -ae

loss, sacrifice, expense

67

insumo, -ere, insumpsi, unsumptus

spend, expend/employ, devote, consume

68

abnormitas, -atis

abnormality, strangeness

69

abominabilis, -is, -e

adj. detestable, hateful

70

absoluo, -ere, -solui, -solutum

free (bonds), release, acquit

71

absolute

adv. absolutely.

72

absque

apart, without from, away from, but for, except for, were it not for

73

absolutus, -a, -um

absolute

74

abstractio, -ionis

abstraction

75

abstraho, -ere, -traxi, -tractum

abstract, separate, remove, split

76

abutor, -eris, -i, abusus sum

waste, squander, abuse, misuse, use up, spend, misapply (word)

77

accedit

it is added

78

accedo, -ere, -cessi, -cessum

come near, approach, agree with, be added to

79

accido, -ere, -cidi

happen, turns out, befall, come to pass

80

accipio, -ere, -cepi, -ceptum

to take, grasp, receive, accept, undertake

81

accommodo, -are

adapt, adjust to, fit, suit

82

accuso, -are

accuse, blame

83

actuo, -uare

to implement, actuate, perfect, make actual

84

adaequatio, -ionis

making equal, equalization

85

adaequo, -are

equalize, make equal in height, compare to

86

additio, -ere, -didi, -ditum

addition, the act of adding

87

addo, -ere, -didi, -ditum

add, insert, attach to

88

adeo

adv. to such an extent

89

adhibeo, -ere, -ui, -itum

summon, invite, bring in, consult

90

adhuc

adv. thus far, till now, to this point.

91

adiaceo, -ere, -cui

lie near to, lie beside, be adjacent to

92

adipiscor, -i, adeptus sum

gain, secure, win, obtain, arrive at, come up to

93

adjectivus, -a, -um

adj. that is added

94

admirativus, -a, -um

arousing, admiration, admirable

95

admitto, -ere, -misi, -missum

let in, admit, receive, grant, permit

96

admoveo, -ere, -movi, -motum

move up, bring near, draw near, approach

97

adnecto, -ere, -nexui, -nexum

tie to, bind to, fasten on, attach, connect, join

98

adnoto, -are

note, notice, become aware

99

adsum, esse, adfui

be near, be present

100

adverto, -ere, -verti, -versum

turn, face to, towards, direct one's attention

101

adultus, -a, -um

grown up, full grown, mature

102

adificatio, -onis

f. house, building

103

aedificator, -is

builder, maker, creator

104

aedificio, -are

build, erect, construct

105

aeger, -gra, -grum

sick, ill

106

aequalis, -e

equal, comrade, person of one's age

107

aequalitas, -atis

evenness, equality, uniformity, symmetry

108

aeque

equally, justly

109

aequaleo, -ere

to have power, be equivalent

110

aequo, -are

level, make even

111

aer, aeris

m. air, atmosphere

112

aestimativus, -a, -um

adj. estimating, valuating

113

aetas, -atis

lifetime, age, period, time, era

114

affectibilis, -is

able to be moved to emotion or desire

115

affectio, -onis

f. mental condition, mood, feeling, disposition

116

affectivus, -a, -um

adj. affective, of willing/desiring

117

affero, affere, attuli, allatum

bring to, bring forth, allege, produce

118

afficio, -ere, -feci, -fectum

affect, make impression, move, influence

119

affingo, -ere, affinxi, affictum

to add to, attach

120

affirmatio, -onis

affirmation, assertion

121

affirmo, -are

affirm, assert (dogmatically)

122

ago, -ere, egi, actum

act, drive, urge, conduct

123

aio, ait

defective verb: say, assert, say yes, affirm

124

albitudo, -inis

whiteness

125

albus, -a, -um

white, pale, fiar

126

alibi

adv. elsewhere, in another place

127

alioquin

adv. otherwise, in some/other respects, beside

128

aliquam

adv. in some degree

129

aliquando

adv. sometime or other, at any length, finally, ever

130

aliqui, -a, -quod

some, any

131

aliter

otherwise, differently, in another way

132

allicio, allicere, allexi, allectum

draw gently to, entire, lure, induce

133

alteratio, onis

f. alteration (?)

134

altus, -a, -um

high, tall

135

amans, -antis

lover

136

amarus, -a, -um

bitter, brackish, pungent

137

amitto, -ere, -misi, -missum

lose, send away, disperse

138

amotio, -onis

f. removal, removing

139

angustus, -a, -um

narrow, steep, confined

140

annulus, -i

m. one year old

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antecedo, -ere, -cessi, -cessum

precede, go before, surpass

142

antiquus, -a, -um

the men of old, the ancients

143

appareo, -ere, -ui, -itum

appear, be evident

144

appello, -are

call, address, accuse

145

appendicium, -ii

appendage, payment for the right to construct, (pl.) dependents

146

appendix, -icis

an appendix, supplement

147

appeto, -ere, -ivi, -itum

seek, grasp after, desire, assail

148

applicatio, -onis

f. application, inclination, joining

149

applico, -are

connect, place near, apply

150

appono, -ere, -posui, -positum

place near, appoint, assign, put/apply/add to

151

apprehendo, -ere, -prendi, -prensum

seize (upon), grasp, cling to

152

approbo, -are

approve, commend, prove, confirm

153

appropio, -iare

appropriate, make one's own

154

apto, -are

adapt, fit, apply, adjust, prepare, furnish

155

apud

prep + acc: at, by, near, among, at the house of; before, in the presence of/writings/view of

156

architectus, -i

architect, master-builder; inventor, designer

157

arma, -are

equip, fit with armor, arm

158

ars, artis

f. skill, craft, art, trick, wile, science, knowledge, method, way, character

159

artefactus, -a, -um

make by art, man made

160

artifex, -icis

m. artists, actor, craftsman, master of an art

161

artificiosus, artificiosa, -um

skillfully done, technical, by the rules, prescribed by art

162

assecutio, -onis

f. perception, comprehension, knowledge

163

assequor, -i, secutus sum

follow on, pursue, go after, overtake, gain

164

assero, -ere, -serui, -sertum

assert, remark, claim

165

assertio, -onis

f. assertion

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assigno, -are

assign, distribute, allot

167

assimilo, -are

compare, make like to, imitate, simulate

168

assimlior, -i, assimilatus sum

to be compared, become like

169

assumo, -ere, -sumpsi, -sumptum

assume, receive, take, raise

170

at

conj. but, but on the other hand, on the contrary

171

atque

and, as well as

172

attamen

adv. nevertheless, nonetheless

173

attendo, -ere, -tendi, -tentum

turn, stretch towards, apply, attend, pay close attention to

174

attingo, -ere, -tigi, -tactum

wipe, smear on

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attribuo, -ere, -tribui, -tributum

assign, attribute, grant, pay, appoint

176

attributio, -ionis

attribution

177

aufero,

bear away

178

aurum, -i

n. gold, money, riches

179

avello, -ere, -vulsi, -vulsum

tear, pluck, wrench away

180

avis, -is

m. bird, sign, omen, portent

181

superus, -ra, -rum

adj. above, high
superior, -us
supremus, -a, -um

182

manifesto, -are

make visible, clearer, evident

183

inventio, -onis

invention, discovery, action of devising

184

exterus, -a, -um

outer, external, outwards

185

sono, -are
sono, -ere, sonui

make a noise, speak, utter

186

concipio, -ere, concepi, conceptus

take in, up, receive, catch, derive, draw from

187

doceo, -ere, docui

teach, show

188

adhaereo, -ere, adhaesi, adhaesus

adhere, stick, cleave to

189

insudo, -are

sweat, perspire

190

contemplativus, -a, pum

theoretical, speculative

191

praedicatio, -onis

announcement, statement

192

veter, -a, -um

old, long established

193

obscurus, -a, -um

dim, dark, obscure

194

contemplo, -are

observe, note, notice

195

contineo, continere, continui, contentus

secure, maintain, sustain, fasten, hold in position

196

collegium, collegii

college, school

197

aequaliter

evenly, alike, uniformly, equally

198

differo, -ere, distuli, dilatus

postpone, delay, differ, put off

199

suscipio, -ere, suscepi, susceptus

undertake, support, accept

200

adiuvo, -are

help, aid, abet, encourage, favor

201

auxiliator, -oris

helper, one who gives aid, aide

202

ex-, in-trinsecus, -a, -um

outer, inner

203

exeo, -exire, exivi, exitus

come, go, sail, march, move out

204

convenio, -ire, conveni, conventus

be appropriate to, fit, be correctly shaped

205

genus, generis

birth, descent

206

vagor, vagari, vagatus sum

wander, roam (dep)

207

exigo, -ere, exegi, exactus

drive out, expel, finish, examine

208

fulcio, -ire, fulsi, fultus

prop up, support

209

sustentaculum, -i

nourishment, prop, rack (for books, luggage)

210

censeo, -ere, censui, censitus

think, suppose, judge, recommend

211

barbarus, -a, -um

barbarian, uncivilized person, foreigner

212

bellua, -ae

beast, wild animal, monster, brute

213

brutum, -i

beast, animal

214

caecitas, -atis

f. blindness, mental/moral blindness

215

canon, -onis

canon, norm, rule

216

cantus, -us

m. song, chant, singing

217

capacitas, -atis

f. capacity

218

caput, -itis

n. head, leader, top

219

careo, -ere, -ui, -iturum

be without, free from, lack, lose

220

categoria, -ae

f. category, class of predicables

221

causo, -are

cause

222

causor, -ari

allege an excuse/reason, object; excuse oneself

223

censeo, -ere, censui, censum

think, suppose, judge, recommend

224

cera, -ae

wax, beeswax

225

circa

+ acc. around, on the bounds of, about/near (space, time, numeral), concerning, with

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cogitatio, -onis

f. thinking, meditation