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accedo, -ere, -cessi, -cessum

agree with; go to

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adhuc

still, as yet, up until now

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adlubentia, -ae

willingness, desire

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adorior, -iri, adortum

rise, try, undertake

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adplico (1)

direct . . . towards

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adquiesco, -ere, -evi

find comfort, come to rest

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aegre

with difficulty, painfully, reluctantly

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aerumnae, -arum

troubles, tribulations, difficulties

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an

or; whether

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annosus-a-um

full of years, old

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anus, -us (f.)

old woman

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anxius-a-um

concerned, anxious

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attentus-a-um

detained, kept busy

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avius-a-um

uncharted, unknown, pathless

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caupona, -ae

inn, inkeeper

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cavillum, -i

banter

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concedo, -ere, concessi, concessum

go away, go off

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confero, -ferre (etc.)

turn over, give up

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congressus, -us

intercourse

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consector, -ari, -atum

follow, pursue, overtake

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contego, -ere, -texi, -tectum

cover

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contraho (etc.)

get, incur, acquire

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convallis, -is (f.)

hamlet

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cruciabilis-is-e

painful, torturous

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cubile, -is (n.)

bed, resting place

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curo (1)

be in charge of, care for, take care of

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decimus-a-um

tenth

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devorto, -ere, -vorti, -vorsum

stay (for the night), turn aside, stop in

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dexter, -era/-tra, -trum

right

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dicacitas, -atis (f.)

wit, joking

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diu (comp. diutius)

for a long time

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diuturnus-a-um

long-lasting

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domuitio, -onis (f.)

homecoming, returning home

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efficio, -ere, -feci, -fectum

cause, make

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eluvies, -ei

flood, flow

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enormis-is-e

huge, immense

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evado, -ere, evasi, evasum

escape, get away from

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exuo, -ere, exui, exutum

take off

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famigerabilis-is-e

famous, renowned

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fatigatus-a-um

worn out

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figo, -ere, fictum

set up, plant

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frons, -ntis (f.)

forehead

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fruor, -ui, fructum

enjoy

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gladiatorius-a-um

involving gladiators, gladiatorial

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gratus-a-um

welcome, grateful

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hospitium, -i

hospitality, home, place to stay

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humane

kindly, decently

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ilico

thereupon, on the spot

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imus-a-um

bottom/lowest part of

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incido, -ere, -cidi

stumble into

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infit

it begins

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intimidus-a-um

fearless

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iocus, -i

joke, joking

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lacinia, -ae

fold, flap, hem; garment (pl.)

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lacunosus-a-um

full of holes

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latro, -onis (m.)

robber

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lavacrum, -cri

public bath

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lectulus, -i

little bed

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mensis, -is (m.)

month

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mereo, -ere, -ui, -itum

earn, work, earn a wage, serve (military)

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mitigo (1)

get mellow

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modico

a little

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nimis

very much, excessively

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nummatus-a-um

having money, rich

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obeo, -ire, -ii, -itum

meet, go to, go off, die

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obsessus-a-um

besieged, beset

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operose

vigorously

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operulae, -arum

wages

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paulo

by a little, a little (adv.)

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percitus-a-um

aroused

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perduco (etc.)

take, bring, lead to

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peregrinatio, -onis (f.)

journey

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permulceo, -ere, -mulsi, -mulsum

soothe, stroke, caress

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pestilens, -ntis

noxious, malignant

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poculum, -i

cup

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praeministro (1)

do [as a service] before [being asked]

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prius

earlier, first, before; (conj. w/ quam) before

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privo (1)

deprive, take away

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probe

well, thoroughly, properly

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proclivis-is-e

inclined, prone, eager

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proficiscor, -i, profectum

set out, go forth, leave

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propere

quickly

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quaestus, -us (m.)

trade, business

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quoad

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

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refero, -ferre (etc.)

report, bring back; (reflex. return)

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refoveo, -ere, refovi, refotum

restore, refresh

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replaudo, -ere, replausi, replausum

smack repeatedly

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revortor, revorti, reversum

go back, return, turn back

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saccaria, -ae

the job of a porter, sack-carrier

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saevio, -ire, -ivi, -itum

rage

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satio (1)

satisfy, sate, nourish

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scitulus / scitus-a-um

nice, sharp, clever

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secundum (prep. +acc.)

according to, after

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sequor, -i, secutum

follow

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sermo, -onis (m.)

conversation, speech, language

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servitus, -utis (f.)

slavery

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sine

(imper.) let it go, stop

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sordes, -is (f.)

dirt, filth; stinginess

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spectaculum, =i

show

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spoliatio, -onis (f.)

robbery

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suspiritus, -us (m.)

sigh

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sustineo, -ere, -ui, sustentum

hold ... up, put up with, endure

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tandem

finally, at last

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tersus, -us (m.)

wiping

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tracto (1)

treat, handle

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transitus, -us (m.)

way past

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tropaeum, -i

trophy

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ultime

farthest, to an extreme

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unctus, -us (m.)

rubbing oil

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unicus-a-um

a single one, single

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urigo, -inis (f.)

lust

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utpote

(conj.) inasmuch as

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vastus-a-um

boundless, gigantic

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vegetus-a-um

vigorous, lively

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velatus-a-um

covered, hidden

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vestio, -ire, -ivi, -tum

clothe

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voluptas, -atis (f.)

pleasure