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Piscis

, piscis, m.
Fish

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Aequor

, aequoris, n.
Flat level surface, flat surface of the sea

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Iacio

, iacere, ieci, iactum
To throw, lay foundations

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Altum

, i, n.
High place or position, heaven, sea, the deep

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Moles

, molis, f.
Mass, bulk, massive structure

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Frequens

, frequentis, adj.
Crowded, assiduous, constant, regular

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Caementum

, i, n.
Small stones, rubble

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Demitto

, demittere, demisi, demisum
To let down, sink, lower

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Redemptor

, redemptoris, m.
Contractor

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Famulus

, i, m.
Servant, attendant, slave

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Dominus

, i, m.
Master, lord, ruler

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Fastidiosus

, a, um
Adj.
Critical, exacting, disdainful

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Timor

, timoris, m.
Fear

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Minae

, arum, f.pl.
Threats, warning signs

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Scando

, scandere, to climb, ascend, mount

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Eodem

Adv. to the same place

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Quo

Adv.
Where, for what purpose

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Decedo

, decedere, decessi, decessum
To go away, depart, withdraw (with abl.)

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Aeratus

, a, um, adj.
Made of or fitted with bronze or brass

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Triremis

, triremis, f.
Ship having 3 banks of oars, trireme

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Eques

, equitis, m. Horseman, rider, member of the cavalry, member of the equestrian order

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Ater,

, atra, atrum, adj.
Black, gloomy, dark

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Cura

, ae, f.
Care, concern, worry

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Quodsi

, conj.
But if

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Doleo

, dolere, dolui, dolitum
To suffer, be in mental or physical pain, be in pain, grieve

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Phrygius

, a, um, adj.
Phrygian

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Lapis

, lapidis, m.
Stone

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Purpura

, ae, f.
Purple, purple dyed cloth, shellfish yielding a purple dye

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Delenio

, delenire, delenivi, delenitum
To soothe

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Usus

, us, m.
Use, enjoyment

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Invideo

Invidere, invidi, invisum
To begrudge, refuse, envy

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Vitis

, vitis, f.
Vine

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Costum

, i, n.
An aromatic plant

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Postis

, postis, m.
Door-post, door

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Sublimis

, e, adj. high, raised, elevated, sublime, lofty

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Ritus

, us, m.
Ritual, custom, manner, style

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Molior

, moliri, molitus sum
To labor at, build

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Atrium

, atrii, n.
Hall, first main room in Roman home

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Valles

, vallis, f. Valley

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Permuto

, permutare, permutavi, permutatum
To exchange, recieve in exchange for

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Divitiae

, divitiarum, f. Pl.
Wealth, riches

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Operosus

, a, um
Toilsome, laborious, painstaking, industrious

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Contraho

, contrahere, contraxi, contractum
to draw together, narrow