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absurdus -a -um

ridiculous, nonsensical

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accedo, -ere, -cessi, -cessum

agree with; go to

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admodum

very

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advena, -ae (m.)

stranger, newcomer

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aerugo, aeruginis (f.)

greed, money (lit. rust on copper)

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aerumnabilis-is-e

troubled, wretched, miserable

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aeturnus-a-um

permanent, eternal

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affecto (1)

grasp for, strive for

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aggredior, -gredi, -gressum

approach, attack

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agito (1)

occupy oneself with

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alioquin

in general, basically

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alvus, alvi

belly

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ambulatorius-a-um

walking, taken on a walk, on the hoof

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arduus-a-um

difficult, hard

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argutia, -ae

cleverness, dexterity

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aspritudo, aspritudinis (f.)

difficulty, steepness

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aulaeum, -i

curtain

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ausculto (1)

listen (vt.)

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benivolus-a-um

kind

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caespes, -itis (m.)

turf, grass

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cachinnus, -i

cackle, laughter

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calamus, -i

reed, reed pen

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campus, -i

plain, field

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cantio, -onis (f)

incantation, spell

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cedo

(imperative) give

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commodum

merely, only

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condo, -ere, condidi, conditum

store, put away, stick (of a sword)

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coniveo, conivere, conivi, -

close one's eyes

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consero, -ere, conserui, consertum

stick together, connect, intertwine

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convallis, -is (f.)

hamlet

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converto (etc.)

turn, change

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curiose

carefully, closely; curiously

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curiosus-a-um

inquisitive, nosy, curious

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desilio, desilire, desilui, desultum

leap down

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desultorius-a-um

of leaping (from one horse to another)

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detorqueo, -ere, detorsi, detortum

twist

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detraho (etc.)

pull away, pull down

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discutio, -ere, discussi, discussum

dispell, disperse

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effrico (1)

scrape . . . from . . .

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eliqio (1)

remove, filter out

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emergo, -ere, emersi, emersum

rise up, get up, disentangle oneself

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en

look, behond (interj.)

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equidem

indeed, certainly, to be sure

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excolo, -ere, excolui, excultum

work at, perfect

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exordior, -iri, exortum

begin

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exoticus-a-um

strange, foreign

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exsertus-a-um

pushed out, uncovered

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faex, faecis

muck, slop

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fatigatio, -onis (f)

weariness

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felix, felicis

happy, fertile

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fimum, -i

dung, dirt

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figura, -ae

shape, form

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forensis-is-e

of the forum

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freni, -orum

reins

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fundamentum, -i

origin, root, foundation

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gleba, -ae

clod of dirt

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glebosus-a-um

lumpy, clod-filled

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grabatulus, -i

bed, couch

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gradus, -us

step, pace

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ientaculum, -i

breakfast, meal

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imago, -inis (f.)

image, vision, apparition

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immanis-is-e

huge

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immo

on the contrary

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immutatio, -onis (f.0

change

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impertio, -ire, impertivi, impertitum

share

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incessus, -us (m.)

walk, stroll

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inclitus-a-um

famous

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incommodum, -i

discomfort

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indigena, -ae (adj.)

native

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inscriptus-a-um

written (on/upon)

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inspicio, -ere (etc.)

examine

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insurgo, -ere, -surrexi, -surrectum

(vt.) go up, climb up; (vi.) get up

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intempestus-a-um

timeless, where time is unknowable

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intendo, -ere, -tendi, -tentum

pay attention (to)

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iucunditas, -atis (f.)

amiability, affability

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iugum, -i

ridge (lit. yoke)

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labor, -oris (m.)

trouble, toil, difficulty

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laetor, -ari, -atum

be glad, rejoice

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lassitudo, -inis (f.)

weariness

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latus, -eris (n.)

side

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lector, -oris

reader

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lepidus-a-um

charming, delightful, clever

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levigo (1)

lighten, relieve

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locutor, -oris

speaker

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lotium, -i

urine, piss

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lubricus-a-um

slippery, slick

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mentio, -iri, mentatum

lie

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mereo, -ere, -ui, meritum

earn, work, earn a wage; serve (in the military)

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miror, -ari, -atum

marvel at, be amazed at, wonder at

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modo

merely, only, just

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mox

soon, presently

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mutuus-a-um

common, shared, mutual

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naturalis-is-e

natural

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negotium, -i

business

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nepos, -otis (m.)

nephew (?), grandchild

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nexus, -us

bond

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obeo, -iri, -ii, itum

die

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offendo, -ere, -fendi, -fensum

offend, find, meet

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opiparis-is-e

sumptuous

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origo, -inis (f.)

origin, beginning

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os, oris (n.)

mouth; face

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parco, -ere, peperci, ---

spare, take it easy on; (imperative) stop!

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peralbus-a-um

very white, quite white

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peremo, -ere, peremi, peremptum

do in, destroy

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perluo, -ere, -lui, -lutum

soak

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permulceo, -ere, -mulsi, -mulsum

soothe, stroke, caress

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pertentatus-a-um

overextended, taxed

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pessulus, -i

bolt

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prae (prep. + abl.)

because of, in the face of

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praeco, praeire, praeii, praeitum

supervise, lead the way

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praefor, -fari, -fatum

beg for in advance

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praesidium, -i

protection, refuge

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praestino, -are, praestiti, praestinatum

buy

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praetereo, praeterire, praeterii, praeteritum

pass by

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procedo, -ere, processi, processum

go forward, come forward, walk ahead

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prodeo, -ire, -ii, -itum

issue forth; result

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promptuarium, -i

store-room

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pronus-a-um

facedown

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prosapia, -ae

lineage, stock

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proveho, -ere, -vexi, -vectum

carry forward, advance

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pueritia, -ae

boyhood

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Quirites, Quiritium (m.)

Romans, Roman citizens

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quoad

until (+subj.); to the point where (+indic.)

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reapse

in reality

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remulceo, -ere, -mulsi, -mulsum

stroke

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roscidus-a-um

wet, moist, dewy

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rudis-is-e

uneducated, unpolished, new, unusual

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scientia, -ae

expertise, science, practice

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scrobis, -is (m.)

ditch

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scrupulus, -i

gravel; small weight; case for concern

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secus

(adv.) apart

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sedentarius-a-um

resulting from sitting

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sensim

gradually, slowly

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sermo, -onis (m.)

conversation, speech, language

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sine!

(imperative) let (it) go, stop

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siparium, -i

backdrop, curtain

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sititor, -oris

one who thirsts, thirsty person

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solitus-a-um

usual, ordinary

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sperno, -ere, sprevi, spretum

shrink from, refuse, reject

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stilus, -i

stylus, pen

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stipendium, -i

tour of duty

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studium, -i

eagerness, pursuit, zeal; (pl.) studies

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subinde

repeatedly

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sudor, -oris (m.)

sweat

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susurrus, -i

murmur, whisper

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temulentus-a-um

a little tipsy, a bit drunk

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valles, -is (f.)

valley, vale

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vegetatio, -onis (f.)

invigoration

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veho, -ere, vexi, vectum

ride

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venia, -ae

pardon

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vetus, -eris (adj.)

long-standing, old, ancient

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accuratius

(comp. adj.) more closely, more carefully, in more detail

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agilis-is-e

quick

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amnis, -is (m.)

stream

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calleo, -ere, -ui

to be clever

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captus, -us

grasp, catching

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cogitatio, -onis (f.)

thinking, thought

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compertus, -us (m.)

a discovering

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conviva, -ae (m.)

guest

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crassus-a-um

thick, deaf

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despumor, -ari, -atum

draw the foam from

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evello, -ere, evolsi, evolsum

tear out, root out, remove

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evidens, evidentis (adj.)

plain, clear

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exortus, -us (m.)

rising, emergence

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exploro (1)

investigate

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exspiro (1)

breathe out

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facilis-is-e

easy

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fidens, -ntis

loyal, faithful

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forsitan

perhaps

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heus

(interj.) hey!

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iacio, -ere, ieci, iactum

contribute, throw out

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inanimis-is-e

lifeless

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inhibeo, -ere, -ui, -itum

hold back

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mendacium, -i

lie

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minus

less; not

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obstino )1_

resolve, determine, persist

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opinio, opinionis (f.)

opinion

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perhibeo, -ere, -ui, -itum

hold to be, regard as, allege, say (note difference from *pro*hibeo)

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pertexo, -ere, pertexui, pertextum

tell, weave together

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piget, -ere, -ui

(impersonal) disgust

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piger, -gra, -grum

slow, dull, inactive

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pravus-a-um

degenerate

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puto (1)

think, deem, judge

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respuo, -ere, -ui

reject, spurn

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sentio, -ire, sensi, sensum

feel, perceive, understand, realize

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stabulum, -i

stopping-place, inn

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susurramen, -inis (n.)

incantation

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taedet, -ere, uit

(impersonal) bore

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teneio, -ere, -ui, tentum

support, drag out

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tunc

then, at that time

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ventus, -i

wind

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verum

but, but rather

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admiratio, -onis (f.)

wonder, amazement

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aemulus, -i

rival

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amplexus, -us

coil, twist

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aspicio, -ere, aspexi, aspectum

look at, notice, see

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bacillum, -i

little stick, staff

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baculum, -i

staff, rodd

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caseatus-a-um

made of cheese

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circulator, -oris (m.)

wandering performer

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contrunco (1)

hack up, chop up; devour, gobble (food)

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decorus-a-um

seemly, beautiful

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denique

finally, lastly; in short; for example

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depono (etc.)

push down, put down

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devoro (1)

swallow down, devour

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distendo, -ere, -tendi, -tentum

bloat

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enervus-a-um

muscle-less, pliant

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equester-tris-tre

belonging to a horseman/knight

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exiguus-a-um

small, overly small

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exitium, -i

destruction, death

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exossus-a-um

boneless

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explico (1)

unfold

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fauces, faucium (f. pl.)

throat

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flexus, -us

twist, bend

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geminus-a-um

twin, double

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generosus-a-um

noble

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gestio, -ire, gestivi, gestitumq

desire, long (to)

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glutinosus-a-um

gluey

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grandis-is-e

large

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imus-a-um

bottom of, lowest/deepest part of

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infestus-a-um

awful, ferocious

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ingluvies, ingluviei (f.)

gullet, throat

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inhaero, -ere, -haesi, -haesum

stick (in), be stuck

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intereo, -ire, -ivi, -itum

die

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invitamentum, -i

inducement

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lancea, -ae

spear

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mare, -is (n.)

sea

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meaculum, -i

passage

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medicus, -i

doctor, physician

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merces, -is (f.)

payment, (pl.) merchandise

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minor, -ari, -atum

threaten

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modico

(adv.) a little

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mollities, mollitiei

softness

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mucro, -cronis (m.)

point, tip

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nodosus-a-um

knotty

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obtutus, -us (m.)

gaze, look

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occipitium, -i

the back of the head

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offula, -ae

morsel

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participo (1)

share in

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poelicen

(Greek adj., sing. f. acc.) painted

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polenta, -ae

barley porridge

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pone

(prep. + acc.) behind

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porticus, -us (f.)

porch

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praecutus-a-um

sharpened

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prandium, -i

lunch, meal

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qua

where

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ramulus, -i

branch

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remetior, -iri, remensum

go over again

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saltatio, -onis (f.)

dance

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semiamputatus-a-um

half cut off

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sodes

(interj.) please; "si audes"

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spatha, -ae

broad-bladed sword

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spiritus, -us

breath, spirit

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stipes, stipis (f.)

donation

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subeo, -ire, -ii, -itum

go up from under

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telum, -i

weapon

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tortuosus-a-um

twisted

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venatorius-a-um

hunting, for the hunt

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vespera

in the evening

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viscera, -um (3rd n. pl.?)

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