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patulus, -a, -um

wide open, gaping; wide spreading

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recubo (1)

lie down, back; recline, lie on back

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tegmen, tegminis

n. covering/cover/protection

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fagus, fagi

f. beech tree

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silvestris, silvestre

wooded, covered with woods; found/situated/living in woodlands; wild

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tenuis, tenue

thin, fine, delicate; slight, slender

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avena, -ae

f. reed, straw; pipe

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arvum, -i

n. arable land, field; region

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namque

for and in fact; on the other hand

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ara, -ae

f. altar; refuge, shelter

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tener, tenera, tenerum

tender, soft, delicate

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ovile, ovilis

n. sheepfold

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agnus, -i

m. lamb

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volo, velle, volui

wish, want, prefer; be willing to, will

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calamus, -i

reed; cane; pipe

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agrestis, agreste

rustic, country; wild

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equidem

truly, indeed, for my part

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invideo, invidere, invidi, invisum

envy, regard with envy/ill will, be jealous of, begrudge

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undique

from every side/direction; on all sides

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usque

up to

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adeo

to such a degree

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aeger, aegra, aegrum

sick, ill; infirm, injured

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vix

hardly, scarecly, barely, only just

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corylus, -i

f. hazel tree, hazel wood

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grex, gregis

flock, herd; faction, class

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silex, silicis

pebble, stone, flint, boulder

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conitor, coniti, conixus sum

strain, strive, put forth, struggle

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laevus, -a, -um

left, on the left hand; harmful

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quercus, quercus

f. oak tree

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catulus, -i

m. puppy, young of any animal

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haedus, - i

m. kid, young goat

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effero, efferre, extuli, elatum

carry out; bring out; carry out for burial

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viburnum, -i

n. guelder rose; wayfaring tree

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cupressus, i

f. cypress tree; cypress oil, wood

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peculium, -ii

n. small savings, private property

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quisvis, cuiusvis

whoever it be; whom you please

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exeo, exire, exivi(ii), exitus

come/go/sail; leave, pass; expire, die

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saepio, saepire, saepsi, saeptus

surround, envelop, enfold, encircle; protect, shut in

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miro (1)

be amazed, surprised; look in wonder at

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maestus, -a, -um

sad, unhappy, mournful, gloomy

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pinus, pini

f. pine tree

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arbustus, -a, -um

planted, set with trees

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liceo, licere, licui

fetch (price)

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pasco, pascere, pavi, pastus

feed, graze

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lapis, lapidis

m. stone, jewel

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limosus, -a, -um

muddy swampy

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palus, paladis

f. swamp, marsh

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pascuus, -a, -um

suitable for pasture land

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iuncus, -i

rush

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pabulum, -i

n. food for cattle, sustenance, fuel

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fetus, -a, -um

pregnant, breeding

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pecus, pecoris

n. cattle, herd, flack

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laedo, laedere, laesi, laesum

strike, hurt, injure, wound

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apes, apis

f. bee

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salictum, salicti

n. willow-grove

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suadeo, suadere, suasi, suasum

urge, persuade

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ineo, inire, inivi(ii), initu

enter, undertake, begin

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rupes, rupis

f. cliff, notes

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frondator, frondatoris

m. pruner

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auro (1)

gild, overlay with gold

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palumbes, palumbis

wood pigeon

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ulmus, -i

f. elm tree

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gemo, gemere, gemui, gemitus

moan, groan, lament, grieve

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turtur, turturis

m. turtledove

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aether, aetheris

m. upper air, ether, heaven

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cervus, cervi

m. stag, deer; forked branches

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fretus, -a, -um

relying on, trusting to, supported by

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piscis, piscis

m. fish

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exsul, exsulis

exile, banished person

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aro (1)

plow, till

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labor, labi, lapsus

slip, slip and fall; glide

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vultus

m. face, expression

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sitio, sitire, sitivi

be thirsty

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penitus, -a, -um

inner, inward

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tugurium, -ii

n. cottage

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congero, congerere, congessi, congestum

collect together; amass

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caespes, caespitis

m. grassy ground

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culmen, culminis

n. height, peak, top, roof

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aliquot

undecl. some, several, a few people

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arista, -ae

ear of grain; harvest, crop

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colo, colere, colui, cultus

live in, promote growth; foster; cultivate

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novale, novalis

n. fallow/unplowed land

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seges, segetis

f. field, crop

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en

behold! see! look!

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consero, conserere, conserui, consertus

sow, plant, set, sew plentifully

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insero, inserere, inserui, insertus

plant, sow; graft on; insert

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pirus, piri

f. pear tree

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eo, ire, ivi(ii), itu

go, walk, advance, pass

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viridis, viride

fresh, green

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antrum, -i

n. cave, cavern

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dumosus, -a, -um

overgrown with thorn or briar

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pendo, pendere, pependi, pensus

weight out, pay out

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procul

at a distance, far off

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carmen, carminis (in Eclogues)

n. card for wool or flax; song/music (woven with words); incantation, magic formula

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cytisum, -i

n. fodder plant

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salix, salicis

f. willow tree

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carpo, carpere, carpsi, carptus

seize, pick, pluck; graze, crop; tease, card

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supo (1)

throw, pour, scatter

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mitis, mite

mild, meek, gentle, placid

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pomum, -i

n. fruit, apple

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castanea, castaneae

f. chestnut tree; chestut

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eo ipso

by that itself; by that very fact

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eo loco

at that very place

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gratia gratiam parit

kindness produces kindness

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ignis fatuus

foolish fire; will-of-the-wisp

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ipso facto

by the fact itself

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ita est

it is so

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sequitur

it follows; the following remark

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fabula

a comedy or farce

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fabulae amatoriae

love stories, often with tragic plots

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factum est

it is done; it is complete

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pace

by grace of; in deference to

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pace tua

with your permission

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in tempore opportuno

at the opportune time

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in tenebris

in darkness; incomprehensible

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de aequitate

in equity

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pastor, pastoris

m. shepherd, herdsman

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ardeo, ardere, arsi, arsus

be on fire; burn, blaze; glow, sparkle, rage; be in a turmoil/love

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delicias, -ae

f. favorite; pet, darling, beloved; man with fine taste

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dominus, -i

m. owner, lord, master

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cacumen, cacuminis

n. top, peak, summit; shoot, blade of grass; tips of tree, branch; zenith; limit

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adsiduus, -a, -um

constant, regular; unremitting; incessant, ordinary; landowning; first class

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inconditus, -a, -um

rough, crude; uncivilized; disordered; not disciplined

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inanis, inane

void, empty, hollow; vain, inane; foolish

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crudelis, crudele

cruel, hardhearted; unmerciful, severe; bloodthirsty, savage, inhuman; harsh, bitter

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misero (1)

pity, feel sorry for; view with compassion

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denique

finally, in the end; in short; to some up

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cogo, cogere, coegi, coactus

collect/gather, round up, restrict/confine; force/compel

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pecus, pecudis

f. sheep; animal

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frigus, frigoris

n. cold; cold weather, winter; frost

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occulto (1)

hide, conceal

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spinetum, -i

n. thicket

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lacertus, -i

m. upper arm, arm, shoulder; strength, muscles, vigor, force; lizard

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fessus, -a, -um

tired, wearied, fatigued, exhausted; worn out, weak, feeble, infirm, sick

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messor, messoris

m. reaper, harvester

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aestus, aestus

m. agitation, passion, seething; raging, boiling; heat/fire; sea tide, spray; swell

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serpyllum, -i

n. wild thyme

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herba, -ae

herb, grass

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contundo, contundere, contudi, contusus

quell, crush, outdo, subdue utterly; bruise, beat; pound to pieces, powder, pulp

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oleo, olere, olui

smell of, smell like

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raucus, -a, -um

hoarse, husky; racuous

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vestigum, -i

n. step, track; trace; footstep

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lustro (1)

purify ceremonially, sacrifice; wander over; traverse

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resono (1)

resound

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satius

rather, preferable

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superbus, -a, -um

arrogant, overbearing, haughty

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patior, pati, passus sum

suffer, allow; undergo, endure; permit

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fastidium, -i

n. loathing, disgust; squeamishness, scornful contempt, pride; fastidiousness

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candidus, -a, -um

bright, clear, transparent; clean, spotless; lucid; candid; kind; innocent, pure

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colos, coloris

m. color; pigment; shade, tinge; complexion; outward appearance, show

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albus, -a, -um

white, pale, fairy; hoary, gray; bright, clear, favorable, auspicious, fortunate

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ligustum, -i

n. privet, white-flowered shrub

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vaccinium, -ii

n. blueberry, whortleberry

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despicio, despicere, despexi, despectus

look down on/over; relax attention; disdain, dispise

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dives, gen. divitis

rich/wealthy; costlly, fertile, productive, talented, well-endowed

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niveus, -a, -um

snowy, covered with snow; white

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lacte, lactis

n. milk, milky juice of plants; spat; spawn

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abundo (1)

abound, have in large measure, overdo, exceed; overflow; be rich

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agna, -ae

f. ear of grain; straw/blade

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defio, deferi, defactus sum

lack, be lacking; be in short supply; run short, grow less, subside

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cano, canere, cecini, cantus

sing, celebrate, chant; crow; recite; play, sound; foretell

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armentum, -i

n. herd, head of cattle; bull/horse

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adeo, adire, adivi, aditus

approach; attack; visit, address, undertake; take possession

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fallo, fallere, fefelle, falsus

deceive, slip by; disappoint, be mistaken, beguile, drive away; fail, cheat

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libet, libere, libuit, libitus est

it pleases, is pleasing, agreeable

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rus, ruris

n. country, farm

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figo, figere, fixi, fixus

fasten, fix; pierce, transfix, establish

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hibiscum, -i

n. marshmallow

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doctus cum libro

learned with a book, having book learning

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intellectus agens

active intellect

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inter

between, among

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inter alia

among other things

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nota bene

note well, take notice

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nostro periculo

at our own risk

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nuda verba

naked words; plain words

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nuda veritas

the naked truth

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placet

it pleases; to give an assenting vote

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per viam

by the way of

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per viam dolorosam

by the sorrowful path

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caveat

let one beware, take caution

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caveat actor

let the doer beware

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caveat emptor

let the buyer beware

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numquam dormio

I never sleep

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numquam non paratus

never unprepared (always prepared)

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observandum

a thing to be observed

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horrible dictu

horrible to relate

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horrible visu

horrible to see

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folio recto

on the front of the page

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folio verso

on the back of the page

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fortis et fidelis

brave and faithful

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fortuna favet fatuus

fortune favors fools

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fortuna favet fortibus

fortune favors the strong

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mirabile dictu

wonderful to relate

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mirabile visu

wonderful to behold

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miserabile dictu

sad to relate