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līber lībera līberum

free (man); unimpeded; void of; independent, outspoken/frank; free from tribute; unconstrained, unrestrained, unencumbered; licentious; idle; w/abandon

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pulsō pulsāre pulsāvī pulsātus

to hit, beat

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tellūs tellūris n.

earth

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Saliāris -e

of or belonging to the Salii (priests of Mars), Salian

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ōrnō ōrnāre ōrnāvī ōrnātus

to equip; dress; decorate, honor; furnish, adorn, garnish, trim

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pulvīnar –āris n.

a couch on which images of gods were placed at a banquet offered to the gods

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daps –dapis f.

a feast, banquet; food, viands; flesh of sacrificial victims; usually found in the pl., but the gen. pl. is not used.

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sodālis sodālis m.

comrade

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antehāc

of time, before this time, before now, formerly, hitherto

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nefās n.

(what is divinely) forbidden; sacrilege

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dēprōmō –ere –prōmpsī –prōmptus

to draw forth

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Caecubum –ī n.

Caecuban wine

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cella cellae f.

storeroom, (wine) cellar, larder; temple chamber; sanctuary; room, garret; pen; cell; monestary

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avītus –a –um

of a grandfather; ancestral, ancient (> avus)

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dum

while, as long as, until; provided that

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Capitōlium –iī n.

the Capitol

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rēgīna rēgīnae f.

queen

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dēmēns dēmentis

mad, raving

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ruīna ruīnae f.

fall; catastrophe; collapse, destruction

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fūnus fūneris n.

burial, funeral; funeral rites; ruin; corpse; death

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imperium imperiī n.

power, authority, command; empire

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parō parāre parāvī parātus

to prepare; furnish/supply/provide; produce; obtain/get; buy; raise; put up; plan

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contāminō contāmināre contāmināvī contāminātus

to defile, pollute, stain

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grex gregis m.

herd, flock

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turpis turpe

foul, ugly; base, shameful

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morbus morbī m.

sickness, illness, weakness; disease; distemper; distress; vice

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quīlubet quaelubet quodlubet

whoever or whatever you please; anyone, anything

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impotens –entis

powerless; lacking in self–control, hence headstrong, wild, violent, intemperate

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spērō spērāre spērāvī spērātus

to hope (for)

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ēbrius –a –um

drunk, intoxicated; riotous

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minuō minuere minuī minūtus

to lessen, reduce, diminish, impair, abate

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furor furōris m.

madness, rage, fury, frenzy; passionate love

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vix

hardly, scarcely

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sōspes –itis

saved; safe; alive

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lymphō lymphāre lymphāvī lymphātus

to dilute with water; to craze; p., lymphatus, a, um, mad, distracted, frenzied, furious (> lympha)

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Mareōticus –a –um

Mareotic (of Mareota)

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redigō redigere redēgī redāctum

to drive back, reduce

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vērus –a –um

real, true, actual, genuine

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timor timōris m.

fear

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volō volāre volāvī volātus

to fly

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rēmus rēmī m.

oar

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adurgeō –urgēre — —

o pursue closely, to press against

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accipiter –tris m.

a hawk

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velut

just as, as if

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mollis molle

soft (cushion/grass); flexible; mild, tolerable; easy; calm; weak; cowardly; unmanly; pathic; tender (women/youths); peaceful; kindly; impressionable

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columba –ae f.

pigeon, dove

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lepus lepōris m.

hare, rabbit

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cieō –ēre –cīvī –citus

to cause, to move; stir; agitate, move; excite, kindle, rouse; raise; call upon, invoke; call up, exhibit; of tears, shed

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vēnātor –ōris m.

a huntsman; venator canis, a hunting–dog (> venor)

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campus campī m.

(flat) plain

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nivālis –e

snowy; snow–covered; snowy (> nix)

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Haemonia –ae f.

Haemonia (poetic name for Thessaly)

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catēna –ae f.

chain, fetter

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fātālis fātālis fātāle

fated, fatal

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mōnstrum mōnstrī n.

omen, monster

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quī quae quod

some, any; what…, which...; who, which, that

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generōsus –a –um

of high lineage, noble–blooded, generous, renowned, famed (> genus)

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* pereō perīre periī peritūs

to perish, die; pass away, be destroyed, be ruined; go to waste

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* quaerō quaerere quaesiī/quaesīvī quaesītus

to search for, seek, ask

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neque/nec

and not

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muliebris muliebris muliebre

of a woman, womanly, feminine

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expavēscō –pavēscere –pāvī –—

to be terrified, fear greatly, dread

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ēnsis ēnsis m.

sword

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neque/nec

and not

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lateō latēre latuī

to lie hidden, be hidden

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classis classis f.

class/division of Romans; grade (pupils); levy/draft; fleet/navy; group/band

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citus –a –um

swift

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reparō reparāre –āvī –ātum

to get again, acquire anew, recover, retrieve, restore, repair, renew

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ōra –ae f.

shore, coast

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audeō audēre ausus sum

to dare

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* iaceō iacēre iacuī

to lie; lie down; lie ill/in ruins/prostrate/dead; sleep; be situated

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* vīsō vīsere vīsī vīsus

to visit, go to see; look at

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rēgia rēgia f.

a palace (> regius, a, um, sc. domus)

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vultus vultūs m.

expression; face

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serēnus –a –um

serene, calm

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fortis forte

brave; strong

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asper –a –um

rough/uneven, coarse/harsh; sharp/pointed; rude; savage; pungent; keen; bitter

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tractō tractāre tractāvī tractātus

to draw, haul, pull, drag about; handle, manage, treat, discuss

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serpēns –entis (gen. pl. serpentum) m./f.

a creeping thing; snake, serpent (> serpo)

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āter atra atrum

black, dark

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corpus corporis n.

body

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combibō –bibere –bibī —

to drink completely up, to absorb, to imbibe

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mors mortis f.

death

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ferōx ferōcis

wild, bold; warlike; cruel; defiant, arrogant

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saevus –a –um

cruel, savage

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Liburna –ae f.

a light, fast-sailing vessel, a Liburnian galley, a brigantine

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scīlicet

one may know, certainly; of course

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* invideō invidēre invīdī invīsus

to envy, regard with envy/ill will; be jealous of; begrudge, refuse

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prīvō prīvāre prīvāvī prīvātus

to deprive of

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* dēdūcō dēdūcere dēdūxī dēductus

to lead/draw//pull/bring/stretch down/away/out/off; escort; eject/evict (claimant) divert/draw (water); draw (sword); spin; deduct/reduce/lessen; describe; deduce launch/bring downstream (ship); remove (force); entice; found/settle (colony)

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superbus superba superbum

arrogant, overbearing, haughty, proud

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humilis humile

humble

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mulier mulieris f.

woman; wife; mistress

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triumphus triumphī m.

triumph