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ācer ācris e

keen, sharp, hot

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aequus a um

fair, balanced, equal

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alius a ud

other (note n. s. aliud; gen. s. –ius dat. s. aliī, [like ūnus]; other cases like bonus)

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alter altera alterum

one, another (of two)

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ambō ae ō

both (like duo, see 54)

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asper a um

harsh, cruel, dangerous

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audāx audācis

brave, bold, resolute

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aureus a um

golden

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bonus a um

good; brave; fit; honest

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breuis e

short, brief

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celer –is e

swift

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centum

100

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decem

ten

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difficilis e

difficult

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dīues, dīuitis              

 wealthy

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ducentī ae a

two hundred

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duo, duae, duo

two

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facilis e

easy

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ferōx ferōcis

fierce

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fōrmōsus a um

beautiful, handsome, graceful, shapely

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fortis e

brave, courageous; strong

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futūrus a um

future, to come, destined to be

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ingēns ingentis

huge, large, lavish

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īrātus a um

angry

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longus a um

long, lengthy

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magnus a um

great, large

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māior māius (māiōris)

bigger

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malus a um

bad, evil, wicked

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maximus a um

biggest

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melior, melius (meliōris)

better

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mendāx mendācis

lying, untruthful

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meus a um

my, mine (voc. mī)

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mīlia (mīlium, mīlibus)

thousands

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minimus a um

smallest

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minor, minus (minōris)

smaller

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miser misera um

miserable, unhappy, wretched

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mortālis, e

mortal (also substantive)

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multus a um

much, many

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nescius a um

knowing nothing, ignorant (of + gen.,)

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niger nigra um

black

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noster nostra um

our(s)

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nouem

nine

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nūllus a um

no, none

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octō

eight

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omnis e

all, every (omnia, everything)

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optimus a um

best, very good

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pauper, pauperis         

poor

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plēnus a um

full (of) + gen.

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plūrimus a um

most

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plūs, plūris

more

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pulcher pulchra um

beautiful

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pūtidus a um

rotten

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quattuor

four

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quadrigentī ae a

four hundred

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quīngentī ae a

five hundred

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quīnque

five

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Rōmānus a um

Roman

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saluus a um

safe

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scelestus a um

criminal, wicked

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septem

seven

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sex

six

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similis e (+ gen. or dat.)

resembling, like

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stultus a um

stupid, foolish

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summus a um

highest, top of

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tacitus a um

silent

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trecentī ae a

three hundred

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trēs, tria

three

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trīstis e

sad, gloomy, unhappy

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Trōiānus a um

Trojan

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tuus a um

your(s)

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uērus a um

true

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uester uestra um

your(s) (plural)

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ūnus a um

one

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