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praetereā

besides

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ioculāris –e

humorous; (neut. pl.) jokes

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* rīdeō rīdēre rīsī rīsus

to laugh

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* percurrō –ere –cucurrī or currī –cursus

to run through or over

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quamquam

although

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vetō vetāre vetuī vetitus

to forbid

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crustulum –ī n.

small cake, pastry

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blandus –a –um

flattering, pleasant

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doctor doctōris m.

teacher

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elementum –ī n.

an element

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* discō discere didicī

to learn

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sērius

too late

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lūdus lūdī m.

game

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* vertō vertere vertī versus

to turn

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arātrum –ī n

plough

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perfidus –a –um

faithless, treacherous, false

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caupō (alsō cōpō and cūpo) caupōnis m.

innkeeper

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tūtus –a –um

safe

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* recēdō recēdere recessī recessum

to withdraw

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* congerō –gerere –gessī –gestum

to gather together

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cibāria –ōrum n.

food, ration

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parvulus –a –um

very small

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exemplum exemplī n.

sample, example

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ōs ōris n.

mouth, face

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* trahō trahere trāxī tractus

to drag

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* struō struere strūxī strūctus

to construct

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haud

not at all, by no means

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invertō –ere –vertī –versus

to turn over; invert

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contrīstō contrīstāre contrīstāvī contrīstātus

to make sad

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Aquārius –ī m.

The Waterdrager (constellation)

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usquam

anywhere

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* prōrēpō prōrēpere prōrēpsī prōrēptum

crawl forth

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ūtor ūtī ūsus sum

to use

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sapiēns –ntis

wise

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fervidus –a –um

intensely hot, blazing

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aestus aestūs m.

heat

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dēmoveō –movēre –mōvī –mōtum

to move away, expel

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lucrum lucrī n.

gain, profit

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hiems hiemis f.

winter

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ferrum ferrī n.

iron

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obstō obstāre obstitī obstātum

to stand before, stand in the way

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iuvō iuvāre iūvī iūtus

to help; please

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immēnsus –a –um

immense

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pondus ponderis n.

weight

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furtim

stealthily

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dēfodiō –ere –fōdī –fossus

to dig down

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comminuō –minuere –minuī –minūtum

to divide into small parts, crumble

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vīlis vīlis vīle

cheap

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redigō redigere redēgī redāctum

to drive back

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ās assis m.

copper coin

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acervus –ī m.

heap, pile

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frūmentum frūmentī n.

grain; crops

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* terō terere trīvī trītum

to rub, wear away; use up

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area arae f.

open space, threshing floor

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venter –ris m.

stomach, belly

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rēticulum –ī n.

net; net bag

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pānis pānis m.

bread

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vēnālis –e

for sale, for hire

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onustus –a –um

loaded, laden

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forte

by chance

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vehō vehere vēxī vectus

to carry

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umerus umerī m.

shoulder

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rēfert rēferre rētulit

it concerns

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intrā

within

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iūgerum –ī n.

Roman acre

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arō arāre arāvī arātus

to plow

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suāvis suāve

agreeable

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* hauriō haurīre hausī hastus

to drain

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cumera –ae f.

basket for grain

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grānārium –iī n.

granary

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liquidus –a –um

clear, liquid, melodious

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urna urnae f.

urn

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cyathus –ī m.

ladle; cup (as a unit of measure)

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dicō dicāre dicāvī dicātus

to devote

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fonticulus –ī m.

small spring

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tantus –a –um

so much

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* sūmō sūmere sūmpsī sūmptus

to take up

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there, in that place; for that reason

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dēlectō dēlectāre dēlectāvī dēlectātus

to divert, attract, delight

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cōpia cōpiae f.

abundance; troops

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rīpa rīpae f.

bank

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āvellō –ere –vellī or vulsī –vulsus

to pluck

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Aufidus –ī m.

Aufidus (river in Apulia)