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abscindō –ere –scidī –scissus

to tear off

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aestus aestūs m.

heat

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albus –a –um

white

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ancilla –ae f.

female slave

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candidus –a –um

white

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canis canis m. or f.

dog

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cantō cantāre cantāvī cantātus

to sing@ play

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captō captāre captāvī captātus

to seize

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continuō

immediately

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crūs –ūris n.

shin@ leg

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cupīdō cupidinis f.

desire@ craving

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cōnscius –a –um

conscious

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Cōus –a –um

of the island of Cos@ Coan; Coan silks were famously transparent

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cūnctor –ārī –ātus sum

to delay

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discingō –ere –cīnxī –cīnctus

to ungird;

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dēsiliō –īre –uī –sultus

to leap or spring down; alight from

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dōs dōtis f.

gift@ endowment; dowry

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Fabius –iī m.

a Roman gentile name

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fastīdiō fastīdīre

to loath

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faux faucis f.

mouth

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frangō frangere frēgī frāctus

to break@ shatter

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futuō –uere –ui –ūtum

to have sex with

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Gallus –ī m.

a Gaul

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hāctenus

thus far@ so far@ of space and time

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impetus impetūs m.

attack

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inguen –inguinis n.

the groin

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ināne –is n.

void space

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iānua iānuae f.

door

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iūdex iūdicis m.

judge; juror

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laevus –a –um

left

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latus latēris n.

side@ flank

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lectus lectī m.

bed@ couch

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lepus leporis m.

a hare@ rabbit

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lātrō lātrāre lātrāvī lātrātus

to bark

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medium medi(ī) n.

middle

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merx mercis f.

commodity

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metuō metuere metuī

to fear@ dread

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mulier mulieris f.

woman

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mundus –a –um

clean@ neat@ elegant

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mālō mālle māluī

to prefer

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mētior mētīrī mēnsus sum

to measure

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nix nivis f.

snow

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num

whether

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nōlō nōlle nōluī

to be unwilling

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nōnne

introduces a direct question expecting the answer “yes”

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obstō obstāre obstitī obstātum

to stand before@ stand in the way

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ostendō ostendere ostendī

to show

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paene

almost

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parābilis –e

easily obtainable

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paulus –a –um

little@ small

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pellō pellere pepulī pulsus

to strike

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Philodēmus –ī m.

Philodemus (a name); famous Epicurean philosopher and epigrammatist

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plūs plūris@ n.; plūrimum

more@ most

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praestō

ready

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praeter

beyond; except

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pretium pretiī n.

price@ value

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prōsum prōdesse prōfuī prōfutūrus

to be useful

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pāvō –ōnis m.

a peacock

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pōculum pōculī n.

drinking–cup

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pūga –ae f.

rear end@ butt

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quīlubet quaelubet quodlubet

whoever or whatever you please; anyone@ anything

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recurrō –ere –currī –cursus

to run back; return

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rhombus –ī m.

turbot (a fish regarded as a delicacy)

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rumpō rumpere rūpī ruptus

to break

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rūs rūris n.

country

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sector sectārī sectātus sum

to follow eagerly

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sitis –is f.

thirst

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statuō statuere statuī statūtus

to set up

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strepitus –ūs m.

noise; an uproar; din

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suppō –erenō –ere –posuī –positus

to put under

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tangō tangere tetigī tāctus

to touch

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tentīgō –inis f.

immoderate sexual tumescence; a big erection

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transvolō -āre

to fly across; fly over

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tumeō tumēre tumuī

to swell@ puff up

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undique

from all sides

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venus veneris f.

charm

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vereor verērī veritus sum

to fear

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verna –ae m./f.

household slave

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versiculus versiculī m.

verse

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vēnātor –ōris m.

huntsman

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vēpallidus –a –um

deathly pale

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āiō

to say@ affirm@ say yes

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āvellō –ere –vellī or vulsī –vulsus

to pluck