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apertē

frankly, openly

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appāreō apparēre apparuī apparitūrus

to appear, become visible

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arduus –a –um

steep, difficult

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brachium brachī(ī) n.

arm

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caecus –a –um

blind

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caedō caedere cecīdī caesus

to kill

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Catia –ae f.

Catia (a name)

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cernō cernere crēvī certus

to discern, separate

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cervīx cervīcis f.

neck

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ciniflō –ōnis m.

a hairdresser

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circumdō circumdare circumdedī circumdatus

to surround

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clūnis –is m./f.

hind quarters (often plural)

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confervescō confervescere confervuī (conferbuī)

to become heated

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contemplor –ārī

to look hard at, study, contemplate

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crūs –ūris n.

shin, leg

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cunnus –ī m.

vulva, the female pudenda

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custōs custōdis m.

guardian

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cēlō celāre celāvī celātus

to hide

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Cērinthus – ī m.

Cerinthus (a name)

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cēterus –a –um; often pl. cēterī –ae –a

the other; the rest

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cōnsul cōnsulis m.

consul

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decōrus –a –um

fitting, suitable; handsome

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demittō demittere demīsī demīssus

to send down, drop

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dispensō –āre –āvī –ātum

to distribute, apportion

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dēcerpō –ere –sī –tus

to pluck off; crop

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dēcipiō dēcipere dēcēpī dēceptus

to deceive, cheat

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dēposcō dēposcere dēpoposcī —

to demand

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dēpūgis –e

small-buttocked

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dēsinō dēsinere dēsiī dēsitus

to leave off, cease

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emptor –ōris, m.

purchaser

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exclūdō exclūdere exclūsī exclūsus

to shut out, exclude

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faciēs faciēī f.

appearance

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Fausta –ae f.

Fausta (a name)

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femur –oris n. (rarely femen –inis n.)

thigh

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foris foris f.

door

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frūctus fructūs m.

fruit, crops

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fulciō fulcīre fulsī fultum

to strengthen, fortify, reinfforce

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fūcus –ī m.

seaweed; dye (orig. that derived from a seaweed); deceit

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gener generī m.

son–in–law

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gestō gestāre gestāvī gestātus

to carry, bear

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hauriō haurīre hausī hastus

to drain

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hiō hiāre hiāvī hiātus

to yawn

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honestus –a –um

honorable

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Hȳpsaea –ae f.

Hypsaea (a name)

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iactō iactāre iactāvī iactātus

to throw; brag, brag about

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immisceō –miscuī –mixtus or mistus

to mingle with; usually w. dat.

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interdīcō interdīcere interdīxī interdictum

to forbid

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intus

within, inside

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invideō invidēre invīdī invīsus

to envy

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lapillus –ī m.

pebble (dim. of lapis)

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latus latēris n.

side, flank

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lectīca –ae f.

sedan chair

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licet

even though

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Longārēnus –ī m.

Longarenus (a name)

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Lynceus –eī m.

Lynceus, one of the Argonauts, famous for his good eyesight;

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mercor –ātus sum

to exchange merchandise; traffic

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merx mercis f.

commodity

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mollis molle

yielding, gentle

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muttō (mūtō) –ōnis m.

penis

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mātrōna –ae f.

matron

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niveus –a –um

snowy

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numquid

in a direct question, a strengthened num

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nāsūtus –a –um

long-nosed

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officiō officere offēci offectum

to obstruct

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operiō operīre operuī opertum

to cover, hide

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ops opis f.

resources

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ostendō ostendere ostendī

to show

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paenitet paenitēre paenituit

to it causes to regret

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palam

openly

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palla –ae f.

cloak

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parasīta –ae f.

a female parasite, a hanger-on

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persaepe

very often

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praeter

beyond; except

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prognātus –a –um

born, produced

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pugnō pugnāre pugnāvī pugnātum

to fight

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pūgnus –ī m.

fist

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pūrē

in a clean manner

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quantus –a –um

how great

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quārē

why; therefore

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rectē

rightly

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rēctus –a –um

straight, direct

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rēfert rēferre rētulit

to it concerns

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sector sectārī sectātus sum

to follow eagerly

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spectō spectāre spectāvī spectātus

to look at

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stola –ae f.

a shawl

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Sulla –ae m.

Sulla (a Latin cognomen); esp. L. Cornelius Sulla Felix, the dictator

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tālus –ī m.

anklebone; ankle

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vallum vallī n.

fortification

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vestis vestis f.

clothing

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Villius –(i)ī. m.

Villius (a name)

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viridis –e

green

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vitium viti(ī) n.

fault, crime

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vēlō vēlāre vēlāvī vēlātus

to cover

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vēnālis –e

for sale, for hire

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vērum

but, indeed

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īnspiciō –ere –spexī –spectus

to look into or overlook