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tantulus –a –um

so little, so small

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egeō egēre eguī

to want, need

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līmus –ī m.

mud

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turbō turbāre turbāvī turbātus

to disturb

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cupīdō cupidinis f.

desire, craving

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libenter

willingly

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quātenus

seeing that, since, as

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memorō memorāre memorāvī memorātus

to remember

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Athēnae Athēnārum f.

Athens

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sordidus –a –um

dirty

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contemnō contemnere contempsī contemptus

to despise, scorn

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sībilō sībilāre sībilāvī sībilātus

to hiss

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* plaudō plaudere plausī plausum

to strike; clap; approve, applaud

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contemplor –ārī

to look hard at, study, contemplate

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arca arcae f.

chest, box

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Tantalus –ī m.

Tantalus (a name)

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labrum –ī n.

lip

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sitiō sitīre sitīvī

to be thirsty

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captō captāre captāvī captātus

to seize

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undique

from all sides

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saccus saccī m.

wallet

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indormiō –īre –īvī –ītus

to sleep on top of, sleep over

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inhiō inhiāre inhiāvī inhiātus

to gape at or over; inspect

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tamquam

just as

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* parcō parcere pepercī parsus

to spare

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* pingō pingere pīnxī pictus

to paint

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tabella tabellae f.

tablet

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quō

(expresses degree of difference)

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* emō emere ēmī ēmptus

to buy

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olus oleris n. (or holus)

vegetable

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sextārius –(i)ī m.

a unit of measure (about 18 fluid ounces)

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* doleō dolēre doluī dolitūrus

to feel pain/grief

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vigilō vigilāre vigilāvī vigilātus

to be awake

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metus metūs m.

fear, dread, anxiety

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exanimis, e

faint with fear, petrified

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formīdō formīdāre formīdāvī formīdātus

to be in dread; to dread

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compīlō –pīlāre

to plunder, pillage, rifle, rob

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optō optāre optāvī optātus

to desire; choose

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condolescō condolescere condoluī

to be in pain, grieve

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tentō tentāre tentāvī tentātus

to try

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frīgus or frigoris n.

cold

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lectus lectī m.

bed, couch

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adfīgō –ere –fīxī –fīxus

to fasten to

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assideō assidēre assēdī assessus

to sit by

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fōmentum –ī n.

a warm lotion, palliative

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parō parāre parāvī parātus

to prepare

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medicus medicī m.

doctor physician

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suscitō suscitāre suscitāvī suscitātus

to stir up

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nātus nātī m. (or gnātus)

son

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propinquus –a –um

near

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ōdī ōdisse

to hate