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continuō

immediately, straightway (> continuus); continuously

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salūtō salūtāre salūtāvī salūtātus

to greet; wish well; visit; hail, salute

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comes comitis m. or f.

comrade, companion, associate, partner; soldier, devotee, follower of another

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rūs rūris n.

country(side)

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peregrē or peregrī

abroad, away from home, out of the country

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cālo –ōnis m.

a servant in the army, a soldier's servant, any low–status servant

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caballus -ī m.

horse, a pack horse

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pāscō pāscere pāvī pāstum

to nourish, feed

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petorritum -i n.

a four-wheeled cart

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curtus -a -um

mutilated, damaged; perhaps gelded or with a docked tail

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mūlus mūlī m.

mule; (metaphorically) a stupid person

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libet (libēre) libuit libitum est

it is pleasing

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ūsque

all the way, right on; all the time, continuously, at every point, always

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Tarentum –ī n.

Tarentum, a city of Greek origin on the coast of lower Italy

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mantica manticae f.

traveling–bag, knapsack, cloak–bag

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lumbus lumbī m.

loin

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ulcerō (1)

to cause to fester, give sores to

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armus –ī m.

the shoulder, strictly at the shoulder blade; of beasts, shoulder; flank, side; of men, the shoulder

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obiiciō obiicere obiēcī obiectus

to throw before/to, cast; object, oppose; upbraid; throw in one's teeth; present

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sordēs –is f.

filth; greed

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Tīburs –tis

of Tibur; n. pl., Tiburtia; subst., Tiburtes, um, m., the people of Tibur; the Tiburtines (> Tibur)

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praetor praetoris m.

praetor (official elected by the Romans who served as a judge); abb. pr.

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lasanum –ī n.

a cooking-pot, a cooking-utensil

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oenophorum -ī n.

wine jar

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commodus –a –um

suitable, convenient, obliging; opportune, timely; favorable, lucky; advantageous; standard, full weight/size/measure; desirable, agreeable; good (health/news)

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quācumque

by whatever way, wherever; by whatever means, by all means, wherever; separated by tmesis

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libīdō libidinis f.

desire/longing/wish/fancy; lust, wantonness; will/pleasure; passion/lusts (pl.)

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incēdō incēdere incessī incessus

to go, happen

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percontor –ārī –ātus

to make inquires about, investigate; interrogate, question

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olus oleris n. (or holus)

vegetable

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far –farris n.

spelt; grain or meal

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circus –ī m.

a circle, circuit, circular area; surrounding multitude or throng of spectators

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vespertīnus –a –um

of the evening, evening

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pererrō pererrāre pererrāvī pererrātus

to wander through or over; survey; explore, try; pervade

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adsistō –ere –adstitī

to stand at, by, or present; stand

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porrum –ī n. or -us –ī m.

a leek, scallion

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cicer -eris n

the chickpea

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laganum -ī n.

pancake

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–que

and; both…and

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catīnus –ī m.

a deep vessel of earthenware, bowl,

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cēna cēnae f.

dinner, principal meal; course; meal; company at dinner

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ministrō ministrāre ministrāvī ministrātus

to attend (to), serve, furnish; supply

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puer puerī m.

boy, slave

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trēs tria

three

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et

and

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lapis lapidis m.

stone; milestone; jewel

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albus –a –um

white

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pōculum pōculī n.

cup, bowl, drinking vessel; drink/draught; social drinking (pl.); drink

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cum

with (prep. +abl.)

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cyathus –ī m.

ladle; cup (as a unit of measure)

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duō duae duo

2

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sustineō sustinēre sustinuī sustentus

to support; check; put off; put up with; sustain; hold back

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astō astāre astitī

to stand by

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echīnus –ī m.

a sea-urchin; shell; a piece of tableware in the shape of a shell, perhaps a salt-cellar

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vīlis vīlis vīle

cheap, worthless

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cum

with (prep. +abl.)

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patera –ae f.

a broad, saucer–shaped dish, used in making libations; a libation cup, patera (> pateo)

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gūtus (guttus) -ī m.

flask

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Campānus –a –um

of Campania, the country lying on the bay of Naples; Campanian

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supellex –ectilis f.

domestic utensils, household stuff, furniture, goods