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homo nullis coloris

man of no color; one who does commit

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homo rationalis

rational man; man as a cognitive being

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homo sapiens

wise man; as a member of the human species

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idem

the same

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idem quod

the same as

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idem sonans

sounding the same

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non libet

it does not please me

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non grata

not acceptable, not welcome

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non placet

it does not please; to give a negative vote

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sine cura

without care

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sine die

without a day

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sine dubio

without a doubt

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toga candida

the white toga worn by Roman candidates

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toga praetexta

toga with purple border worn by magistrates

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rerum/mundi universitas

the universe

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rerum natura or natura

creation; nature

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haec omnia, quae videmus

the visible world

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totius mundi convenienta et consensus

the perfect harmony of the universe

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usui or ex usu esse

to be of use

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utilitatem affere/praebere

to be serviceable

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ante lucem

before daybreak

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prima luce

at daybreak

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luce (luci)

in full daylight

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ubi illuxit/luxit/diluxit

when it was day

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lucet

it is daylight

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vir/homo doctus/litteratus

a man of learning; a scholar; a savant

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vir doctissimus

a great scholar

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augeō, augere, auxī, auctum

increase

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monstrō (1)

show

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mordeō, mordēre, momordī, morsum

to bite

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pateō, patēre, patuī

lie open, extend

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fidō, fidere, fisus sum

to trust

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crepō (1)

to make a noise

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nō, nāre, nāvī

swim, float

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secō, secāre, secuī, sectum

to cut

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tegō, tegere, tēxī, tēctum

to cover, conceal

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cero (1)

smear/coat with wax

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paeniteo, paenitere, paenitui

displease; regret; repent, be sorry

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tero, terere, trivi, tritus

rub, wear away, wear out; tread

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labellum, -i

n. bowl; basin; sink

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dispar, gen. disparis

unequal, disparate, unlike

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compingo, compingere, compegi, compactus

join, fix, attach; bind together; build, construct, compose; put/shut away; confine

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cicuta, -ae

f. hemlock; hemlock juice; shepherd's pipe

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fistula, -ae

f. shepherd's pipe; tube, waterpipe

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secor, seci, secutus sum

follow; escort, attend, accompany; aim at/reach after, strive for, seek

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praeterea

besides, thereafter, in addition

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tueor, tueri, tutus sum

see, look at; protect; watch; uphold

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vallis, vallis

f. valley, vale, hollow

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capreolus, -i

m. young roe-deer; wild goat

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spargo, spargere, sparsi, sparsus

scatter, strew, sprinkle; spot

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pellis, pellis

f. hide; pelt; skin

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sicco (1)

dry, drain; exhaust

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uber, uberis

n. breast, teat; udder; rich soil; plenty, abundance

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pridem

some time ago, previously

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oro (1)

beg, ask for, pray; beseech, plead, entreat; worship, adore

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sordeo, sordere, sordiri, sorditus

be dirty, soiled; seem mean, unworthy, common, vile

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lilium, -i

n. lily, "lily" trap

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calathus, -i

m. wicker basket, flower basket; wine-cup; milk pail; cheese

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palleo, pallere, pallui

be/look pale; fade

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violo (1)

violate, dishonor; outrage

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summus, -a, -um

highest, the top of; greatest, end of

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papaver, papaveris

n. poppy; poppy seed

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flos, floris

m. flower, blossom; youthful, prime

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anethum, -i

n. dill, anise

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casia, -ae

f. cinnamon, aromatic shrub

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intexo, intexere, intexui, intextus

weave, embroider, cover by twining

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suavis, suave

agreeable, pleasant, gratifying, sweet; charming, attractive

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mollis, molle

soft, flexible, supple, loose, pliant; easy; calm; mild/tolerable

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luteolus, -a, -um

yellow

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pingo, pingere, pinxi, pictus

paint, tint, color; adorn, decorate with colored designs; paint, draw, depict; portray

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caltha, -ae

f. marigold

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canus, -a, -um

white, grey; aged, old, wise; hoary; foamy, white-capped; white with snow/frost

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lanugo, lanuginis

f. down, youth

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nux, nucis

f. nut

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addo, addere, addidi, additus

add, insert, bring, attach to; say in addition; increase

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cereus, -a, -um

waxed, waxen, of/like wax; wax-colored/pale yellow; pliant, soft; easily moved

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pruna, -ae

f. glowing charcoal, live coal

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certo (1)

vie, contest; contend, struggle, dispute, fight, strive

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auster, austri

m. south, south wind, southern parts

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aper, apri

boar, whild boar

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demo, demere, dempsi, demptus

take or cut away/off; remove, withdraw; subtract; take away from

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placeo, placere, placui, placitus

please, satisfy, give pleasure to

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torvus, -a, -um

pitiless, grim; fierce, stern, harsh, savage, dreadful; staring, piercing, wild

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leaena, -ae

f. lioness

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floreo, florere, florui

flourish, blossom; be prosperous, in one's prime

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lascivus, -a, -um

playful, lustful; wanton; impudent, mischevious; free from restraint

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aspicio, aspicere, aspexi; aspectus

look/gaze on, see, observe, behold, regard; face; consider, contemplate

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aratrum, aratri

n. plow

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iugum, iugi

n. yoke, team, pair; ridge

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cresco, crescere, crevi, cretus

come forth to be; arise, spring; be born; become visible; grow

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decedo, decedere, decessi, decessus

withdraw, retire; go off/away, depart, leave; reliquish, cease; desert, abandon

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uro, urere, ussi, ustus

burn

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adsum, adesse, arfui (adfui), arfuturus

be near, be present, be in attendance, arrive, appear; aid

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semiputatus, -a, -um

half-pruned

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saltem

at least, anyhow, in all events, even, so much so

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potior, potior, potius

better, preferable, superior; more useful/effective; more important

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indigeo, indigere, indigui

need, lack, require

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utor, uti, usus sum

use, make use of, enjoy; enjoy the friendship of

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vimen, viminis

n. twig, shoot

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detexo, detexere, detexui, detextus

weave, finish weaving, weave completely

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agmen, gen. agmenis

herd, flock, troop, swarm; army on the march

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agnus, -i and agna, -ae

m. and f. lamb; ewe lamb

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agnina, -ae

f. flesh of a lamb

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angulus, -i

m. angle, corner, nook, out-of-the-way spot

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angustiae, -arum

f.pl. strait, defile, narrowness; want, perplexity, trouble; narrow-mindedness

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angusto (1)

make narrow, constrict; crowd together

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angustus, -a, -um

narrow, confined; scanty, poor, needy, low, mean; narrow minded

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plūma, -ae

f. feather, plumage; down

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plūmeus, -a, -um

feathery; composed of or filled with feathers

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plūmōsus, -a, -um

feathered

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supīnō (1)

lay on the back, turn up, tilt back

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supīnus, -a, -um

lying face upwards, flat on one's back; turned palm upwards;

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nōscitō (1)

recognize; be acquainted with

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nōscō, nōscere, nōvi, notum

to get a knowledge of; learn to know; know

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fides et iustitia

faith and justice

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fides et veritas

faith and truth

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damnant quod non intelligunt

they condemn what they do not understand

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pro forma

as a formality; for the sake of form

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numquam est fideliscum potente societas

alliance with the powerful is never safe

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nunc aut numquam

now or never

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propter hoc

on this account

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sub audi

hear under; read between the lines

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sub colore iuris

under the color of the law

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ut ameris, amabilis esto

that you may be loved, show love (Ovid)

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tabula rasa

a blank tablet (John Locke)

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accipiter, accipitris

m. hawk

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aquila, -ae

f. eagle

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asinus, -i

m. donkey

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bos, bovis

m. ox, bull

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cattus, -i

m. cat

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formica, -ae

f. ant

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gallus, -i

m. rooster

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grus, gruis

f. crane

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herus, -i

m. master, owner

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milvus, -i

m. kite (bird)

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mus, muris

m/f mouse

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praeda, -ae

f. prey, plunder, loot

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rana, -ae

f. frog

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testudo, testudinis

f. tortoise, turtle

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ursus, -i

m. bear

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viator, viatoris

m. wayfarer, traveler

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vulpes, vulpis

f. fox

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fio, fieri, factus sum

become, happen

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partus, partus

m. birth, labor

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quilibet, quaelibet, quodlibet

whatever, each

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exprobo (1)

reproach with, criticize

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parturio, parturire, parturivi

give birth, be in labor

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dumtaxat

only, precisely

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pol

by Pollux, really

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faenaum, -i

n. hay

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praesepe, praesepio

n. manger, stall

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comedo, -ere, -edi, -sus

eat, consume

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elatro (1)

bark, bark out

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erigo, erigere, erexi, erectus

raise, erect

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sino, sinere, sivi, situs

allow, permit

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vescor, vesci

eat, feed on

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confestim

immediately, at once

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monstrum, -i

n. portent, unnatural thing

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pavor, pavoris

m. terror, panic

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quispiam, quidpiam

something, anything

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daps, dapis

f. feast, meal

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fel, fellis

n. gall, bile

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inopia, -ae

f. lack, poverty

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lantitia, -ae

f. luxurious lifestyle, elegance

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mel, mellis

n. honey

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penum, -i

provisions, food

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attono (1)

daze, strike with lightning

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depromo, depromere, -prompsi, -promptus

fetch, bring out

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epulor, epulari, epulatus sum

feast, dine lavishly

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arena, -ae

f. sand

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cornix, cornicis

f. crow, she-crow

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lapillulus, -i

m. pebble, tiny stone

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molimen, moliminis

n. effort, vehemence

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sitibundus, -a, -um

thirsty

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effundo, effundere, effudi, effusus

pour out

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exhaurio, exhaurire, exhausi, exhaustus

drain, empty, drink up

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iniecto (1)

lay on, put in

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avicula, -ae

f. little bird

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luocinia, -ae

f. nightengale

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querimonia, -ae

f. complaint, grievance

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unguis, unguis

m. claw, talon

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cieo, ciere, civi, citus

set in motion, produce

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cauda, -ae

f. tail

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foedus, foederis

n. treaty, agreement

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pavo, pavonis

m. peacock

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penna, -ae

f. feather, wing

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tectum, -i

n. roof, ceiling

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volatus, volatus

m. flight

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iacto (1)

boast about, brandish

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ostento (1)

show, display

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auspex, auspicis

m. seer, guide

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socius, -ii

m. ally, partner

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transfuga, -ae

m. deserter, renegade

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verpertilio, -ionis

m. bat

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postremus, -a, -um

last, endmost

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amplius

more, any more

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pardus, -i

m. panther, leopard

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concerto (1)

fight over, argue

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extollo, -lere

raise up, praise

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praepono, -ponere

put in front, prefer