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abhinc

ago

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acerbus -a -um

bitter

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adipiscor adipisci adeptus sum

obtain, acquire

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adolescens -entis m.

young man

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adolesco -escere -evi adultum

grow up

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adversus -a -um

facing, opposite, opposed, unfavourable

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adversus (+ acc.)

against, towards

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aemulor (1)

rival

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aemulus -a -um

rivalling, envious

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aestus -us m.

heat, tide

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alacer -cris -cre

lively, brisk, quick

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alienus -a -um

belonging to another, foreign, foreign to

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anceps (gen. -iptis)

doubtful, undecided

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antrum -i n.

cave

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aratrum -i n.

plough

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aro (1)

plough

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arbitror (1)

think

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arcus -us m.

bow, rainbow, arch, anything arched

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ardeo ardere arsi arsum

burn (intrans.), be ardent

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arduus -a -um

steep, difficult

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arguo -uere -ui -utum

prove, accuse

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artus -um m.pl.

limbs

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arvum -i n.

field

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avus -i m.

grandfather, ancestor

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benignus -a -um

kind

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blandior (4) (+ dat.)

flatter, entice

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blandus -a -um

flattering, pleasant

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bona -orum n.pl.

property, possessions

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bracchium -i n.

arm

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cadaver -eris n.

corpse

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caelestis -is -e

of the sky, heavenly

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calidus -a -um

warm, hot

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callidus -a -um

cunning, clever

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carpo carpere carpsi carptum

pluck, enjoy, vilify

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censeo -ere -ui censum

think, vote, decree, rate

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cesso (1)

delay, cease, be inactive

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cieo ciere civi citum

rouse, set in motion

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cinis cineris m.

ashes

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cito (1)

rouse, summon, quote

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cito

quickly

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citerior (gen. -oris)

on this side, near

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citra (adv. and prep. + acc.)

on this side (of)

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coerceo (2)

confine, restrain, control

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commeatus -us m.

supplies, provisions

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concido -cidere -cidi

fall (esp. in battle), perish, collapse

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concido -cidere -cisi -cisum

cut down, destroy

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concilio (1)

win over, make friendly, procure

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concilium -i n.

assembly, council

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confectus -a -um

worn out

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consuesco -suescere -suevi -suetum

accustom, become accustomed

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consuetudo -inis f.

custom, habit

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consulo -sulere -sului -sultum

consider, consult (+ dat.), take thought for

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contio -onis f.

assembly, speech

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cornu -us n.

horn, wing of army

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cotidianus -a -um

daily

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crastinus -a -um

of tomorrow

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creber -bra -brum

frequent, numerous, crowded

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crebro

frequently

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cunctor (1)

delay

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damno (1)

condemn

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damnum -i n.

damage, loss

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daps dapis f.

feast, banquet

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decet

it is fitting, proper

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decus decoris n.

glory, splendour, honour

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dedecet

it is disgraceful, improper

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dedecus -oris n.

disgrace, dishonour, shame

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demo demere dempsi demptum

take away, remove

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demum

exactly, precisely, at last

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desiderium -i n.

longing, regret

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desidero (1)

long for, miss

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detrimentum -i n.

loss, damage

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dimico (1)

fight, struggle

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discors (gen. -cordis)

disagreeing, at variance

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domo domare domui domitum

tame, subdue, conquer

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duplex (gen. -plicis)

double, twofold

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egeo egere egui (+ abl.)

lack, need

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ergo

therefore

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eximius -a -um

excellent, extraordinary

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exitium -i n.

destruction, ruin

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expedio -pedire -pedivi -peditum

bring out, prepare, arrange, release

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expers (gen. -pertis) (+ gen.)

having no part in, devoid of

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facinus -oris n.

deed, crime

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facultas -atis f.

opportunity, ability, means

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findo findere fidi fissum

split

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fingo fingere finxi fictum

form, imagine, invent

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flagito (1)

demand

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fletus -us m.

weeping

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fodio fodere fodi fossum

dig

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fores -um f.pl.

door

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foris

out of doors, outside

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fretum -i n.

strait, sea

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fretus -a -um (+ abl.)

relying on, trusting in

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glorior (1)

boast

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grex gregis f.

flock

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gubernator -oris m.

steersman, governor

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guberno (1)

steer, govern

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haereo haerere haesi haesum

stick

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heres heredis c.

heir

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hesternus -a -um

of yesterday

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hiberna -orum n.pl.

winter quarters

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hibernus -a -um

of winter, wintry

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hiberno (1), hiemo (1)

pass the winter, keep in winter quarters

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hodiernus -a -um

of today, today=s

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horreo horrere horrui

shudder at, be afraid of

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horror -oris m.

fear, trembling

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hospes -itis m.

host, guest, stranger

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hostia -ae f.

victim, sacrifice

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ictus -us m.

blow, stroke

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immanis -is -e

monstrous, frightful, savage

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impiger -gra -grum

active, energetic

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improbus -a -um

wicked, shameless

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incommodus -a -um

inconvenient, troublesome

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incommodum -i n.

disadvantage, injury, misfortune

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induo -uere -ui -utum

put on

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indutiae -arum f.pl.

truce

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infestus -a -um

hostile, dangerous

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infimus -a -um

lowest, last, bottom

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imus -a -um

lowest, last, bottom

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inscius -a -um

not knowing, ignorant

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intercludo -cludere -clusi -clusum

shut off, cut off

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interdum

sometimes, from time to time

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interest -esse -fuit (+ gen. or mea, tua, sua)

it concerns, it is of interest or importance

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intimus -a -um

innermost, deepest

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item

likewise, also

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iacto (1)

throw, shake, toss about

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labor labi lapsus sum

slip, slide, fall

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lacer -era -erum

torn, mangled

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languidus -a -um

faint, weak

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latebrae -arum f.pl.

hiding-place, lair

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lenis -is -e

gentle, mild

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libet libere libuit or libitum est (+ dat.)

it pleases

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libido -inis f.

desire, lust

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lignum -i n.

wood

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ligo (1)

bind, tie

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luceo lucere luxi

shine, be light

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lucidus -a -um

bright, clear

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manes -ium m.pl.

spirits of the dead

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maturo (1)

hurry on, accomplish quickly

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maturus -a -um

ripe, mature, early

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mediocris -is -e

moderate, ordinary

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meditor (1)

consider, reflect, intend

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merces mercedis f.

wages, price

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merito

deservedly

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miseret -ere -uit (+ acc. and gen.)

it causes pity, one feels pity

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modo

only, just now

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moles -is f.

mass, bulk, massive structure

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molior (4)

labour at, attempt, devise

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mordeo mordere momordi morsum

bite

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morsus -us m.

bite

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mundus -i m.

universe, world

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munus muneris n.

gift, service, job, public show

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nequeo -quire -quivi or -quii -quitum

be unable

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nequiquam

in vain

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nimbus -i m.

cloud

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niteo nitere

shine, glitter, look beautiful

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nitor niti nixus or nisus sum (+ abl.)

strive, rely on

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numen numinis n.

divine power, deity

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occulo -culere -cului -cultum

conceal

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operio operire operui opertum

cover, hide

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opem opis f. (no nom.)

help, strength

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opes opum f.pl.

property, wealth, power

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opportunus -a -um

suitable, at the right time

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opprimo -primere -pressi -pressum

overwhelm, crush

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opulentus -a -um

rich, wealthy

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paenitet -ere -uit (+ acc. and gen.)

it causes repentance, one is sorry for,

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pando pandere pandi passum

spread out, throw open, disclose

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pario parere peperi partum

give birth to, produce, acquire

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paulatim

gradually

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paveo pavere pavi

be afraid (of)

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pavor -oris m.

fear, trembling

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penates -ium m.pl.

household gods, home

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pendo pendere pependi pensum

pay, consider, value

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pergo pergere perrexi perrectum

continue, proceed

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peritus -a -um (+ gen.)

skilled, experienced in

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pertineo -tinere -tinui

reach, concern, belong to

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piger -gra -grum

slow, lazy

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placo (1)

reconcile, pacify

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plerumque

mostly, for the most part

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populor (1)

ravage, devastate

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porro

onwards, further, moreover

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postulo (1)

demand

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prae (+ abl.)

in front of, compared with, because of

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praebeo (2)

offer, give, show

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praesertim

especially

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praesto -stare -stiti -stitum

surpass, excel, fulfill, perform, show,

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priscus -a -um

ancient, of former times

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pristinus -a -um

former, original

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probrosus -a -um

shameful, disgraceful

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probrum -i n.

disgrace, shame, insult

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promo promere prompsi promptum

bring out, disclose

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prosum prodesse profui (+ dat.)

be of use

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protinus

at once

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pulvis pulveris n.

dust

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puppis -is f.

stern of ship, ship

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quaestio -onis f.

inquiry, public investigation

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quaestus -us m.

gain, profit

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quasi

as if, just as, as it were

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quilibet quaelibet quodlibet

anyone, anything

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quivis quaevis quodvis

anyone, anything

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ratis -is f.

raft, boat

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recuso (1)

refuse

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refert referre rettulit (mea, tua, etc.)

it profits, it matters, it concerns

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reor reri ratus sum

think

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reus -i m.

the accused, the defendant

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robur -oris n.

oak, strength, power

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ruber -bra -brum

red

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rudis -is -e

rough, crude, clumsy, inexperienced

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saltus -us m.

pasture-land, woodland, valley

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scopulus -i m.

rock, crag

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securus -a -um

free from care, untroubled, serene

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sedo (1)

calm, quiet, stop

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segnis -is -e

slow, lazy

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sodalis -is c.

friend, comrade

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sollers (gen. -ertis)

skilful, clever

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sollertia -ae f.

skill, ingenuity, shrewdness

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solor (1)

comfort, console

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solum -i n.

ground, soil, land

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sopor -oris m.

sleep

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sors sortis f.

lot, chance, fate, share

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species -iei f.

appearance, shape, pretext

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sterno sternere stravi stratum

spread out, lay flat, overthrow

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stipendium -i n.

pay, military service

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strepitus -us m.

noise

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strepo strepere strepui

make a noise

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stringo stringere strinxi strictum

draw a sword, tie, pluck

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superi -orum m.pl.

the gods above

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superstes (gen. -stitis)

surviving

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supersum -esse -fui

be left, remain, survive

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supplicium -i n.

punishment, torture

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taedet -ere -uit (+ acc. and gen.)

it wearies or disgusts, one is tired of,

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taedium -i n.

weariness, disgust

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tantum

only

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temere

rashly

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tenebrae -arum f.pl.

darkness

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tormentum -i n.

artillery, torture

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torqueo -ere torsi tortum

twist, throw, torture

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trucido (1)

slaughter

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tueor tueri tuitus sum

look at, look after, protect

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tumultus -us m.

uproar, rebellion

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tumulus -i m.

(burial) mound, hill

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turma -ae f.

troop, squadron

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ulciscor ulcisci ultus sum

avenge

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ulterior -ius

further

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ultimus -a -um

furthest, last, extreme

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ultra (adv. and prep. + acc.)

beyond, past

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usque

continuously, right up to

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usus -us m.

use, practice, experience

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vaco (1)

be empty of, free from (+ abl.),

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vadum -i n.

ford, sea (often plur.)

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vates -is c.

prophet, poet

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vello vellere vulsi vulsum

pluck, tear away

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venia -ae f.

pardon, mercy, permission

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versus (adv.)

towards

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vertex -icis m.

whirlpool, whirlwind, top, summit,

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vero

certainly, but

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vestigium -i n.

footprint, trace

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vincio vincire vinxi vinctum

tie, bind

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vinculum -i n.

chain, rope, bond

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visus -us m.

look, glance, vision

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voluptas -atis f.

pleasure