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flagellum, -i

whip, lash, scourge

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ditio, ditionis

power, sovereignty, dominion

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natus, -us

birth, age, years

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pietas, pietatis

responsibility, sense of duty, loyalty, tenderness

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zelus, -i

jealously, spirit of rivalry

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testor, -ari, testatus

give as evidence, bear witness, make a will

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densus, -a, -um

thick, dense, solid, terse, concise

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profero, -erre, protuli, prolatus

bring forward, advance

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praeco, praeconis

herald, crier

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coenobium, -i

monastery, convent, cloister

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repurgo, -are

recleanse, clear again, purge away

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avoco, -are

call, summon away, dissuage, divert, distract

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praebeo, -ere, praebui, praebitus

present/show/put foward, offer, expose physically oneself

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arrepo, arrepere, arrepsi, arreptus

creep/move stealthily towards, steal up

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vibro, -are

brandish, wave, crimp, corrugate

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contineo, -ere, continui, contentus

secure, maintain, sustain

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digero, -ere, digessi, digestus

scatter, disperse, carry, move away, distribute

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iter, itineris

journey, road, passage

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testis, testis

witness

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conservo, -are

keep safe/intact, save (from danger)

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participio, -ionis

participation, sharing (in)

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lascivia, -ae

playfulness, wantonness

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petulantia, -ae

impudent or boisterous aggressiveness, immodesty

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patior, pati, passus sum

suffer, allow, undergo, endure (passive)

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seiungo, -ere, seiunxi, seiunctus

separate, exclude

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arcanus, -i

confidant, trustworthy friend

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custodia, -ae

protection, safe-keeping, defense

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praepono, -ere, praeposui, praepositus

place in command, in front of or before. (acc + dat)

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probo, -are

approve (of), esteem/commend

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aequalis, -e

equal, similar, uniform

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comprobo, -are

approve, accept, sanction

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essendum, -i

gerund of esse; uncommon

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discors, discordis

warring, disagreeing (adj.)

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appeto, -ere, appetivi, appetitus

seek, grasp, desire, assail, strive eagerly for

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apto, -are

adapt, fit, apply, adjust

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peritia, -ae

practical knowledge, skill, expertise

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idoneus, -i

suitable, appropriate, adequate

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explico, -are

unfold, extend, set forth

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pingo, -ere, pinxi, pictus

paint, tint, color, adorn

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candeo, -ere, candui, –

be of brilliant whiteness, shine, gleam (white)

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transfero, -erre, transtuli, translatus

transport/convey/transfer/shift, transplant, translate

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vulgaris, vulgaris

usual, common, everyday

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vulgo, -are

spread around/among the multitude

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tritus, -a, -um

well-trodden, well-worn

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tero, -ere, trivi, tritus

rub, wear away, wear out

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accuro, -are

take care of, attend to (duties/guests)

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diuturnus, -a, -um

lasting, long lasting

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lectio, -onis

reading (aloud), perusal

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evolvo, -ere, evolvi, evolutus

roll out, unroll, disclose

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verso, -are

keep turning/going around, spin, whirl

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geno, -ere, –, –

give birth to, bring forth

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refertus -a, -um

stuffed, crammed, filled full

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incido, -ere, incidi, incasus

happen, fall into, fall in with, meet

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consuetudo, -onis

habit, custom, usage, way, normal

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nefas (undec.)

sin, violation of divine law, impious act

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amoveo, -ere, amovi, amotus

move/take/put away, remove, steal, banish, cause to go away

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sino, -ere, sivi, situs

allow, permit

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solutus, -a, -um

unbound, released, free, at large

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solvo, -ere, solvi, solutus

loosen, release, unbind

60

quoquo (adv)

wherever, in whatever place/direction

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praeterquam (adv)

except, besides (as prep. + acc)

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oporteo, -ere, oportui

require (to be done) (also, impers.)

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comito, -are

accompany, go along with, attend (funeral) as Dep. join as attendant, guard, escort

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destituo, -ere, destitui, destitutus

fix/set (in position), set up, make fast, leave destitute, render void

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perrumpo, -ere, perrupi, perruptus

break through

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coemo, -ere, coemi, coemptus

buy, buy up (from emo, emere: buy)

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sementis, -tis

sowing, planting

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frumentum, -i

grain, crop

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concilio, -iare

unite, bring together/about, win over

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iusiurandum, -i

oath

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indicium, -i

evidence (before a court), proof

72

obaeratus, -i

debtor

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conscio, -ire, conscivi, –

feel guilty, be conscious of wrong

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malificus, -a, -um

wicked, criminal, nefarious

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iugum, -i

yoke, team, pair (of horses)

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praesidium, -i

guard, help, guard

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dispono, -ere, disposui, dispositus

dispose, place here and there, distribute, administer

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communio, -ire, communivi, communitus

fortify strongly, entrench, barracade

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transuo, -uere, transui, transutus

pierce through

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accendo, accendere, accendi, accensus

kindle, set aflame

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accumbo, -ere, accumbui, accumbitus

Take a place/recline at the table, lie on (bed)

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advena, -ae

foreigner, immigrant (also, ADJ)

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alo, alere, alui, alitus

feed, nourish, rear, nurse

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pereo, perire, perivii, peritus

die, pass away, be ruined

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parco, -ere, parsi/peperci, parsus

forbear, refrain from, spare

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pervenio, -ire, perveni, perventus

come to, reach, arrive

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repeto, -ere, repetivi, repetitus

return to, get back, demand back/again, repeat

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confido, -ere, confisus sum (semidep)

have confidence in, rely on, believe

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tuer, tueri, tutus sum

see, look at, protect, watch