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a/ab

from, by

2

abhinc

ago

3

abstō

abstāre, absteti, abstatus

to stand at a distance

4

accipiō

accipere, accēpī, acceptus

to receive

5

ad

to

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adorior

adorīrī, adortus sum

attack

7

adveniō

advenīre, advēnī, advēntus

to arrive

8

aequus

aequa, aequum

fair

9

amicus

amicī

friend

10

amitto

amittere, amisi, amissus

to lose

11

amplector

amplectī, amplexus sum

embrace

12

annus

annī, m

year

13

approprinquō

appropinquāre, appropinquavī, appropinquatus

to approach

14

apud

at the house of

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atque

and

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audiō

audīre, audivī, audītus

to hear

17

autem

moreover

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benevolentia

benevolentiae, f

kindness

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bonus

bona, bonum

good

20

capio

capere, cepī, captus

to capture

21

civis

civis, m

citizen

22

clāmō

clāmāre, clāmāvī, clāmātus

to shout

23

complurēs

complurium

several, many

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consilium

consiliī, n

plan

25

consistō

consistere, constitī, -----

to stop

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conspiciō

conspicere, conspexī, conspectus

catch sight of

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consul

consulis, m

consul

28

cum

with

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defendō

defendere, defendī, defensus

defend

30

deinde

then, next

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deleō

delere, delevī, deletus

to destroy

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dicō

dicere, dixī, dīctus

say

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diēs

dieī, m

day

34

discedō

discedere, discedī, discessus

leave

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domus

domūs, f

house

36

ducō

ducere, duxī, ductus

to lead

37

duo

duae, duo

2

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e/ex

out of

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epistula

epistulae, f

letter

40

et

and

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etiam

also

42

exercitus

exercitūs, m

army

43

expellō

expellere, expulī, expulsus

to drive out

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facio

facere, feci, factus

to do, make

45

felix

felicis

happy, lucky

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ferōcitās

ferōcitātis, f

fierceness, savageness

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ferox

ferocis

fierce, savage

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filius

filiī, m

son

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gens

gentis, f

tribe, people

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gravis, gravis, grave

serious

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habeō

habēre, habuī, ----

to have, to hold

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habitō

habitāre, habitāvī, habitātus

to live

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hic

haec, hoc

this

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hostis

hostis, m

enemy

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igitur

therefore

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ignorō

ignorāre, ignorāvī, ignorātus

to not know

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imperō

imperāre, imperāvī, imperātus

to order

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in

in, on

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in animo habere

to intend

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iniuria

iniuriae, f

injury, insult

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inveniō

invenīre, invēnī, inventus

to find

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iracundia

iracundiae, f

bad temper

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ita

so, in such a way

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iraque

therefore

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iter facere

to travel

66

iterum

again

67

lacrima

lacrimae, f

tear

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lacrimō

lacrimāre, lacrimāvī, lacrimātus

to cry

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laetus

laeta, laetum

happy

70

loquor

loquī, locutus sum

to talk, speak

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magis

more

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malō

malle, maluī

to prefer

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maneō

manēre, mansī, mansus

to stay

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mater

matris, f

mother

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matrona

matronae, f

married woman

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miser

misera, miserum

sad, miserable

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mittō

mittere, misī, missus

to send

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moror

morārī, morātus sum

to remain, delay, stay

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multus

multa, multum

many

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ne quidem

not even

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neque

and....not

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neque....neque

neither...nor

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nomen

nominis, n

name

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non

not

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nox

noctis, f

night

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nuntiō

nuntiāre, nuntiāvī, nuntiātus

to announce

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nuntius

nuntiī, m

messenger

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obliviscor

obliviscī, oblītus sum (+gen)

forget

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occurrō

occurrere, occurrī, occursus (+dat)

to meet, encounter

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Olim

once

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omnis

omnis, omne

all, every

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orō

orāre, orāvī, orātus

to beg

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parcō

parcere, pepercī (+dat)

to spare

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parvus

parva, parvum

small

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patruus

patruī, m

uncle

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pax

pacis, f

peace

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per

through

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petō

petere, petivī, petitus

to seek

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populus

populī, m

people

100

possum

posse, potuī

to be able to

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praeterea

besides, in addition

102

procul

from a distance

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proficiscor

proficiscī, profectus sum

to set out

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prope

near

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propter

on account of

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proximus

proxima, proximum

next, following

107

pudet

pudere, puditum est

it makes, it feels ashamed

108

puer

puerī, m

boy

109

putō

putāre, putāvī, putātus

to think

110

quaero

quaerere, quaesivī, quaesitus

to ask for

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quattuor

four

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qui

quae, quod

who, which

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quintus

quinta, quintum

fifth

114

Quis? Quid?

Who? What?

115

redeō

redīre, redīvī, redītus
to return

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referrō

referre, rettulī, relatus

to bring back

117

regredōr

regredī, regressus sum

to return

118

remittō

remittere, remisī, remissus

to send back

119

rixor

rixarī, rixatus sum

to quarrel, argue

120

Romanus

Romana, Romanum

Roman

121

Salutō

Salutāre, Salutāvī, Salutātus

to greet

122

sed

bu

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sentiō

sentīre, sēnsī, sēnsus

to perceive

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servō

servāre, servavī, servātus

to save

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similis

similis, simile

similar

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sinō

sinere, sivī, situs

allow

127

sum

esse, fuī, futurus

to be

128

suus

sua, suum

his/her/its own

129

tam

so

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tamen

however

131

tandem

at last

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tantus

tanta, tantum

so great

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turba

turbae, f

crowd

134

ubi

where, when

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umquam

ever

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unus

una, unum

one

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urbs

urbis, f

city

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utrum...an....

whether...or...

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uxor

uxoris, f

wife

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veniō

venīre, vēnī, ventus

to come

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verbum

verbi, n

word

142

vereor

vererī, veritus sum

fear

143

via

viae, f

road, street

144

videō

videre, vidī, visus

to see

145

vocō

vocāre, vocāvī, vocātus

to call

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-que

and