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demum

finally, at last, in the end

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censeo, -ere, censui, census

think, suppose, judge, recommend

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consto, -are

agree, correspond, be certain, consistent, decided

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quum (prep.)

+ abl. with, together, with, at the same time with

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quum (conj.)

when, while, as, since

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connecto, -ere, connexi, connexus

join, fasten, link together

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uter, utra, utrum

which (of two), whichever no matter which

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praecedo, -ere, praecessi, praecessus

go before, procede, surpass

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aspicio, -ere, aspexi, aspectus

look/gaze at

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intuor/intueor, intui/intueri, intuitus sum

look at, consider, regard (Dep.)

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protinus

straightforward, immediately

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polleo, -ere, --, --

exert power or influence, be strong

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dos, dotis

dowry, dower, talent, quality

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nequaquam

by no means

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guttatim

drop by drop

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coelum/us, -i

sky, heaven, heavens

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stillo, -are

falls in drops, drip

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deduco, -ere, deduxi, deductus

lead/draw/pull down, bring downstream

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tenuitas, -atis

thinness, fineness, leanness

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praesertim (adv.)

especially, particularly

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deicio, -ere, deieci, deiectus

throw/bring/send down, cause to fall

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defectio, -onis

desertion, revolt, defection, failure, deficiency

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cogo, -ere, coegi, coactus

collect, gather, round up

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expergefacio, -ere, -feci, -factus

awaken, wake up (from sleep)

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reperio, -ire, repperi, repertus

discover, learn, light on, find, obtain

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spolio, -iare

rob, strip, despoil

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orno, -are

equip, dress, decorate

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probrum, probri

disgrace, abuse, insult

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detego, -ere, detexi, detectus

uncover, disclose, reveal, expose

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instigo, -are

urge on, incite, rouse

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congeries, congeriei

heap, pile, collection, the ruins, chaos

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partim

adv. partly, for the most part
partim...partim... = some...others

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inrogo, -are

impose, inflict (penatly), demand, propose

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monstrum, -i

monster, portent, unnatural

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agnosco, -ere, -agnovi, agnitus

recognize, realize, discern, acknowledge, claim

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proculco, -are

trample on

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proicio, -ere, proieci, projectus

throw down, throw out, abandon

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contraho, -ere, contraxi, contractus

enter into relationship/agreement, deal with, assemble together

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velum, -i

sail, covering, curtain

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velo, -are

veil, cover, enfold

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conloquor, -loqui, conlocutus

talk/speak with, talk together, converse

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submoveo, -ere, submovi, submotus

remove, drive off, dislodge

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nequeo, -uire, nequivi, nequitus

be unable, cannot

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accedo, -ere, accessi, accessus

come near, approach

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omitto, -ere, omisi, omissus

lay aside, omit, let go, disregard

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semen, seminis

seed

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usurpo, -are

seize upon, usurp, use

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praeceptum, -i

teaching, lesson, precept

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praecipio, -ere, praecepi, praeceptus

take, receive in advance, anticipate

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emano, -are

flow out, arise, emanate from

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comito, -are

accompany, go along with
also Dep.: join as attendant, escort

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distraho, -ere, distraxi, distractus

draw/pull/tear apart, wrench, separate, subdivide

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pluralitas, -atis

plurality, multitude, the plural number

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diduco, -ere, diduxi, diductus

divide, split, separate, cause to come apart

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alterius

of one another

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quotiens

how often, as often as

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disto, -are

stand apart, be distant, be different

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cunctus, -a, -um

altogether, every, all, entire (can also be m., f., n. noun)

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fingo, -ere, finxi, fictus

mold, form, create, produce, invent

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obtineo, -ere, obtinui, obtentus

get hold of, maintain, obtain, hold fast

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dispicio, -ere, dispexi, dispectus

look about (for), discover, espy, consider

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motus, -us

movement, motion, riot, commotion

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moveo, -ere, movi, motus

move, stir, agitate

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careo, -ere, carui, caritus

be without/absent, abstain from, lack, lose

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effigies, effigiei

copy, image, likeness, portrait, effigy

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effigio, -iare

form, fashion, portray

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siccitas, -atis

dryness, drought, dried up condition

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gravitas, -atis

weight, dignity, gravity

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nitor, niti, nisus

press/lean upon, struggle, advance, depend on + abl.

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suscipio, -ere, suscepi, susceptus

undertake, support, accept

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abutor, abuti, abusus

waste, squander, abuse, misuse

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simulo, -are

imitate, copy, pretend ( to have/be), conterfeit

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idcirco

on that account, therefore

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pono, -ere, posui, positus

put, place, set

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nuncupo, -are

call, name, express

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immuto, -are

change, alter, transform

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mucro, -onis

sword

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iteratio, -onis

repetition

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immineo, -ere

threaten, be a threat (to), overhang, takes dative.

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paulisper

for (only) a short/brief while

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subintro, -are

go into secretly, enter by stealth

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conficio, -ere, confeci, confectus

make, construct, prepare, complete

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praemitto, -ere, praemisi, praemissus

send ahead or forward

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tueor, tueri, tuitus sum

see, look at, protect, watch, uphold

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cura, curae

concern, worry, anxiety, trouble

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suscipio, -ere, suscepi, susceptus

undertake, support, accept

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dign-, -are, dignavi, dignatus

deem/consider/think, worthy (can be Dep.)

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inaestimabilis, -is, -e

priceless, beyond all price

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favor, -oris

favor, goodwill, bias

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gubernatio, -onis

steering, direction, pilotage

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refulgeo, -ere, -refulsi

flash back, reflect light, shine brightly, gleam

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celebro, -are

celebrate, perform, honor, glorify

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angulus, -i

angle, apex, corner, nook

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penetro, -are

enter, penetrate

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praecipue

especially, chiefly

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arca, arcae

box, chest, strong-box

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sublimis, -e

high, lofty, eminent, exalted

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mando, -are

entrust, commit to one's charge, deliver over

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depono, -ere, deposivi, depositus

put/lay down/aside/away

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plaga, plagae

stroke, blow, cut, wound, gash, injury

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internosco, -ere, internovi, internotus

distinguish between, pick out

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extrinsecus

externally (adv), outer, outside (adj)

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nimirum

without doubt, evidently

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coerceo, -ere, coercui, coercitus

enclose, confine, restrain, check

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consisto, -ere, constiti, constitus

stop, stand, halt, pause, linger

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distantia, -ae

distance, difference

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differentia, -ae

difference, diversity, distinction

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idoneus, -a, -um

suitable, appropriate, qualified (also, adv)

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sane

reasonably

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caducum, -i

property without, that cannot be taken away by an heir, escheated (also, adj)

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erigo, -ere, erexi, erectus

raise, erect, build

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norma, -ae

carpenter's square, standard, pattern

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subtilitas, -atis

fineness of texture/logic/detail

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sponte

of one's own will (also, adj).

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vota, -ae

now, pledge

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opitulor, -ari, opitulatus sum

bring aid to, help

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adiumentum, -i

help, assistance, support

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inbecillitas, -atis

weakness, feebleness; moral/intellectual weakness

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suppleo, -ere, supplevi, suppletus

supply