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accidit -cidere -cidit

it happens

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acutus -a -um

sharp, pointed

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adeo

to such an extent

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adimo -imere -emi -emptum

- take away

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aditus -us

m. - approach

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aes aeris

n. - bronze, anything made of bronze, money

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aether -eris

m. - (upper) air

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aevum -i

n. - an age, era, lifetime

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agrestis -is -e

- of the country, rustic

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agger -eris

m. - rampart

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ait

- he says, he said

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ala -ae

f. - wing (of bird or army)

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amplector -ecti -exus sum

- embrace

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amplius (adv.)

- more, further, besides

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angustiae -arum

f.pl. - narrow place, defile, difficulty, distress

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animadverto -vertere -verti -versum

notice, blame

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appareo (2)

- appear, be seen

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aquila -ae

f. - eagle, legionary standard

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ara -ae

f. - altar

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arceo-ere-cui-citus

- keep away, keep off (trans.)

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aridus -a -um

- dry

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astrum -i

n. - star

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auctor -oris

m. - person responsible for, instigator,
originator

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auctoritas -atis

f. - authority, influence

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aura -ae

f. - breeze, air

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avidus -a -um

- greedy, eager for

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bos bovis

m. - ox

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caecus -a -um

- blind

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caedes -is

f. - murder, slaughter

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carcer -eris

m. - prison

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careo carere carui caritum

(+ abl.) - lack, be without

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casus -us

m. - fall, chance, happening

33

certamen -inis

n. - struggle, contest

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certo (1)

- fight, struggle

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cervix -icis

f. - neck

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cingo cingere cinxi cinctum

- surround, wreathe, gird

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circumdo -dare -dedi -datum

surround

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civilis -is -e

civil, civic, polite

39

clam (adv. and prep. + acc.)

- secretly, unknown to

40

cohortor (1)

- encourage

41

coma -ae

f. - hair, foliage

42

comes comitis

c. - companion, friend

43

comminus (adv.)

at close quarters

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committo -mittere -misi -missum

- join, commit, trust

45

commodum -i

n. - advantage, profit

46

commodus -a -um

- suitable, convenient, favourable

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comparo (1)

- procure, obtain

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comperio -perire -perui -pertum

- find out, discover

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compleo -plere -plevi -pletum

- fill up (trans.)

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condo condere condidi conditum

- found, establish, store up, hide, bury

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coniuro (1)

- conspire, plot

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consentio -sentire -sensi -sensum

- agree

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conspectus -us

m. - sight, view

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conspicuus -a -um

- visible, remarkable

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constans (gen. -antis)

- firm, steady, resolute

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constantia -ae

f. - firmness of character, courage

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constat -stare -stitit

- it is agreed

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contineo -tinere -tinui -tentum

- enclose, hold back, contain

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coram (adv. and prep. + abl.)

(adv. and prep. + abl.) - openly, in the presence of

60

crus cruris n.

- leg

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cubo cubare cubui cubitum

- lie down

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cunctus -a -um

- all

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curia -ae

f. - senate-house

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currus -us

m. - chariot

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cursus -us

m. - running, course, journey

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decorus -a -um

- elegant, beautiful, fitting

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deditio -onis

f. - surrender

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deficio -ficere -feci -fectum

- desert, fail, run short

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deligo -ligere -legi -lectum

- choose, select

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demens (gen. -entis)

- mad

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desino -sinere -sii -situm

- cease, desist from

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despero (1)

- despair

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desum deesse defui

- be absent, fail, be lacking

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deterreo (2)

- frighten away, deter

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dignitas -atis

f. - dignity, rank, grandeur

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diligo -ligere -lexi -lectum

- love

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dirus -a -um

- dreadful, frightening

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discrimen -inis

n. - crisis, difference

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dissimulo (1)

- pretend not to, disguise, conceal

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dolus -i

m. - trick, deception

81

donec

- until

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duro (1)

- last, endure

83

en

- look!

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efficio -ficere -feci -fectum

- cause, accomplish, perform

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eminus (adv.)

- at a distance, from a distance

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etsi

- although, even if

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evenio -venire -veni -ventum

- happen, result

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excelsus -a -um

- high

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existimo (1)

- value, think

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experientia -ae

f. - experience

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experior -periri -pertus sum

- try, attempt, experience

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explorator -oris

m. - scout, spy

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exterior (gen. -oris)

- on the outside

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extra

(adv. and prep. + acc.) - outside

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extremus -a -um

- furthest, utmost, last

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fames famis

f. - hunger

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fas (indecl.)

- right, what is allowed

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faveo favere favi fautum

(+ dat.) - favour, support

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ferreus -a -um

- made of iron, cruel

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fera -ae

f. - wild animal

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fido fidere fisus sum

(+ dat.) - trust, rely upon

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figo figere fixi fictum

- fix, attach, transfix

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fossa -ae

f. - ditch, trench

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foedus -a -um

- foul

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formosus -a -um

- beautiful

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fortitudo -inis

f. - bravery

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forsitan

- perhaps

108

fortasse

- perhaps

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frigus -oris

n. - cold

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fruor frui fructus sum (+ abl.)

(+ abl.) - enjoy

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fuga -ae

f. - flight

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fugo (1)

- put to flight

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fungor fungi functus sum

(+ abl.) - perform

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fur furis

m. - thief

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furor -oris

m. - rage, madness

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gemitus -us

m. - groan, lamentation

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gemo gemere gemui gemitum

- groan, bewail lament

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genus generis

n. - race, kind, sort, birth

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gigno gignere genui genitum

- produce, give birth to

120

genu -us

n. - knee

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gratia -ae

f. - favour, kindness, charm, thanks

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gratus -a -um

- pleasant, grateful

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harena -ae

f. (or arena) - sand, arena

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ignosco -noscere -novi -notum

(+ dat.) - forgive, pardon

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imago -inis

f. - image, picture, statue, ghost

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imber imbris

m. - shower, rain

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inanis -is -e

- empty, worthless, vain

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inermis -is -e

- unarmed

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iners (gen. inertis)

- inactive, sluggish, inert

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inferior (gen. -oris)

- lower, inferior

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infra

(adv. and prep. + acc.) - below

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ingratus -a -um

- unpleasant, ungrateful

133

inopia -ae

f. - poverty, need, shortage

134

insidior (1)

(+ dat.) - ambush

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instruo -struere -struxi -structum

- set in order, prepare, equip, instruct

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intereo -ire -ii -itum

- die

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interior (gen. -oris)

- inner

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intra

(adv. and prep. + acc.) - within, inside

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invideo -videre -vidi -visum

(+ dat.) - envy, grudge

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invidia -ae

f. - envy, jealousy, malice, unpopularity

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iaculum -i

n. - javelin

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iugum -i

n. - yoke, mountain ridge

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lacesso -ere -ivi -itum

- provoke

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laevus -a -um

- left, on the left

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latro -onis

m. - robber

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latus lateris

n. - side, flank

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levo (1)

- lift, relieve, ease, console, alleviate

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longinquus -a -um

- distant, long

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maestus -a -um

- sad

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magnitudo -inis

f. - size, greatness

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mando (1)

- order, entrust

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materia -ae

f. - material, matter

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membra -orum

n.pl. - limbs

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memor (gen. memoris)

- mindful of, remembering

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mentior (4)

- tell a lie

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mercator -oris

m. - merchant, trader

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metuo -uere -ui

- fear

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metus -us

m. - fear

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minuo -uere -ui -utum

- lessen, make smaller

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misceo miscere miscui mixtum

- mix, mingle, confuse

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misereor (2)

(+ gen.) - pity

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mobilis -is -e

- agile, fickle, liable to change

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nanciscor -cisci nactus (or nanctus) sum

- get, obtain

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nato (1)

- swim

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navigium -i

n. - ship

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necessarius -a -um

- necessary, unavoidable

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nefandus -a -um

- abominable

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nefarius -a -um

- wicked

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nefas (indecl.)

- wrong, crime

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neglego -legere -lexi -lectum

- neglect

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negotium -i

n. - business, trouble

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nemus nemoris

n. - wood, grove

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nix nivis

f. - snow

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no (1)

- swim

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nonnullus -a -um

- some, several

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nubes nubis

f. - cloud

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nubo nubere nupsi nuptum

(+ dat.) - marry

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ob

(+ acc.) - on account of, because of

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obses obsidis c.

- hostage

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obviam eo (ire ivi or ii itum)

(+ dat) - go to meet

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occasio -ionis

f. - opportunity, suitable moment

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occido -cidere -cidi -casum

- fall down, die, set (of sun)

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odi (perf.)

- I hate

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odium -i

n. - hatred

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officium -i

n. - duty, function, job

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omen ominis

n. - omen, sign

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onerarius -a -um

- freight-carrying (of merchant ships and
pack animals)

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onerosus -a -um

- burdensome, heavy

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opinio -onis

f. - opinion, belief

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opinor (1)

- think, believe

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oportet -ere -uit

- it is necessary, right

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ordo ordinis

m. - order, row, rank, class

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otium -i

n. - leisure, peace

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ovis -is

f. - sheep

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pabulor (1)

- forage, search for food

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pabulum -i

n. - fodder

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paco (1)

- subdue, pacify

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palus paludis

f. - marsh

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passus -us

m. - step, pace

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pateo patere patui

- be open, clear, evident

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patrius -a -um

- hereditary, ancestral, of one=s father

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pecco (1)

- sin, make a mistake

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pecus pecudis

f. - animal, head of cattle

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pecus pecoris

n. - herd, cattle

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pedester -tris -tre

- on foot, on land

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pilum -i

n. - javelin

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placidus -a -um

- quiet, peaceful

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planus -a -um

- level, clear

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plebs plebis

f. - the common people, the masses

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pluit pluere pluit

- it rains

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pondus ponderis

n. - weight

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potestas -atis

f. - power

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posterior (gen. -oris)

- later, next, following

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postremus -a -um

- last, hindmost

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potior potiri potitus sum

(+ gen. or abl.) - get, obtain, possess

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potior -us

- better, preferable

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potius (adv.)

- rather, preferably, more

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praeceps (gen. -cipitis)

- headlong, precipitous

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praecipito (1)

- throw or cast down, headlong

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probus -a -um

- good, upright, virtuous

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promptus -a -um

- ready

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propter (+ acc.)

- near, on account of

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provideo -videre -vidi -visum

- see to, provide for, foresee

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pudet pudere puduit or puditum est

- it causes shame, one is ashamed

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quaestor -oris

m. - quaestor

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quamvis

- although, (with adj. and adv.) however

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queror queri questus sum

- complain

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quies quietis

f. - rest, calm

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quisquam quaequam quicquam

- anyone, anything

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quondam

- formerly, once

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rapax (gen. rapacis)

- grasping, greedy

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ratio -onis

f. - reason, method, plan, way

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regius -a -um

- royal

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remus -i

m. - oar

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renovo (1)

- repair, renew

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reperio -ire repperi repertum

- find, find out

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requies -ietis

f. - rest

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restituo -uere -ui -utum

- restore, return

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rota -ae

f. - wheel

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salio salire salui saltum

- leap, jump

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satisfacio -facere -feci -factum

(+ dat.) - satisfy

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sceleratus -a -um

- wicked, criminal

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scelus sceleris

n. - crime

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seges segetis

f. - growing corn

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servitus -utis

f. - slavery

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sidus sideris

n. - star, constellation

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sileo silere silui

- be silent

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sinus -us

m. - breast, lap, bay

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sisto sistere stiti statum

- place, be placed, stop

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sollicito (1)

- disturb, make anxious, urge, provoke,
incite

251

sollicitudo -inis

f. - worry, anxiety

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sollicitus -a -um

- worried, anxious

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spatium -i

n. - space, distance, interval

254

sponte sua, mea, tua

- of its (my, your) own accord, by itself
(myself, yourself)

255

statio -onis

f. - position, outpost

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studeo studere studui

(+ dat.) - be eager, keen on, devote oneself to,
favour

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studium -i

n. - eagerness, enthusiasm, good-will, study

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subeo -ire -ii or -ivi itum

- approach, enter, undergo

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subter

(adv. and prep. + acc.) - below, underneath

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subvenio -venire -veni -ventum

(+ dat.) - come to help, help

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succurro -currere -curri -cursum

(+ dat.) - come to help, help

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supplex (gen. -icis)

- imploring, suppliant (and as a noun)

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supplico (1)

(+ dat.) - beseech, implore

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superior -ius

- higher, previous, superior

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supra

(adv. and prep. + acc.) - above, beyond

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supremus -a -um

- last, latest, greatest

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summus -a -um

- highest, the top of, utmost, extreme

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suspicor (1)

- suspect

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tardus -a -um

- slow

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tellus -uris

f. - earth, land, country

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tempestas -atis

f. - weather, storm

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testis -is c.

- witness

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testor (1)

- show, prove, declare, call to witness

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trepido (1)

- be alarmed, agitated

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tribuo -uere -ui -utum

- give, grant, pay, assign

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tribus -us

f. - tribe

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universus -a -um

- all, whole, general

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urgeo urgere

- press hard, urge

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uro urere ussi ustum

- burn (trans.)

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utrimque

- from or on both sides

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vacuus -a -um

- empty

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vagor (1)

- wander

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vallis -is

f. - valley

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veneror (1)

- worship, respect

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ver veris

n. - spring (season)

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vereor (2)

- fear

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versus -us

m. - line of verse

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vestio (4)

- clothe

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viridis -is -e

- green

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vitium -i

n. - fault, vice

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voluntas -atis

f. - will, wish

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votum -i

n. - vow, wish, prayer