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sīcunt

just as

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platea, -ae

street

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āmēn

truly, verily

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mercēs, ēdis

f. wages, reward

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cubiculum, -ī

bedroom, room

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ōstium, -iī

door

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in absconditō

in (a) secret (place)

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supersubstantiālis, -e

necessary to the support of life

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quamvīs

although

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compōnō

put together, compose

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ad verbum

to a word, literally

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ligō (1)

bind

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compāna, -ae

(late Latin) bell

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verbera, um

n. blows, a beating

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statim

immediately

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dōnō (1)

(=d?) present, dedicate

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lepidus, -a, um

pleasant, neat

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modo

just now

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pūmex, -icis

m. pumice stone

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expoliō (4)

smooth, polish

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namque

for (indeed, surely)

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nugae, -ārum

trifles, nonsense

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aevum, -ī

time

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saeclum (saeculum), -ī

age, century

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harēna, -ae

sand

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bāsiō (1)

to give kisses

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vēsānus, -a, -um

mad, insane

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lūgeō, -ēre, -lūxī, -lūctum

mourn, grieve

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venustus, -a, -um

charming, graceful

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passer, -eris

m. sparrow

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mellītus, -a, -um

sweet as honey

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gremium, -iī

lap

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circumsiliō (4)

jump around

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hūc

hither, to this place

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illūc

thither, to that place

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pīpiō (1)

chirp

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tenebricōsus, -a, -um

dark, gloomy

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tenebrae, -ārum

f. darkness

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oh! (pain); hurrah! (joy)

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fleō, -ēre, flēvi, flētum

weep

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turgidulus, -a, -um

(somewhat) swollen

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rubiō, -īre

be red

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aequor, -oris

n. flat surface, the sea

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vehō, -ere, vexī, vectum

carry

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īnferiae, -ārum

f. offerings in honor of the dead

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postrēmus, -a, -um

last

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mūnus, -eris

n. service, gift

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cinis, cineris

m. (occasionally f.) ashes

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adimō, -ere, adēmī, adēmptum

take away

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prīscus, -a, -um

ancient

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mānō (1)

flow, drip with

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fletus, -ūs

m. weaping, tears

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furor, -ōris

m. madness

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ēlūdō, -ere, ēlūoī, ēlūsum

mock, elude

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effrēnātus, -a, -um

unbridled

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praesidium, -iī

guard

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vigilia, -ae

f. watchpl. watchmen, sentinels

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concursus, -ūs

m. gathering

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mūnītus, -a, -um

fortified

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cōnstringō, -ere, -strinxī, -strictum

bind, curb

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particeps, -cipis

m. participant

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caedēs, -is

f. slaughter

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tēlum, -ī

weapon

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pestis, -is

f. plague, destruction

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māchinor (1)

contrive

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cōnsultum, -ī

decree

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dē + sum

be wanting, fail + dat.

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vīcēsimus, -a, -um

twentieth

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hebēscō, -ere

grow dull

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convenit, -īre, convēnit

impers. it is fitting

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cōnfīrmō (1)

strengthen

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patrēs cōnscrīptī

senators

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dissolūtus, -a, -um

lax

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inertia, -ae

inactivity

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nēquitia, -ae

worthlessness

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castra, -ōrum

n. a camp (pl., but singular meaning)

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faucēs, faucium

f. pl. jaws, narrow pass

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collocō (1)

position

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intestīnus, -a, -um

internal

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perniciēs, -eī

f. slaughter, destruction

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pergō, -ere, perrēxī, perrēctum

proceed, continue

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purgō (1)

cleanse

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versor, -ari, versatus sum

dwell, remain

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sino, -ere, sivi, situm

allow

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quamquam

and yet

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immineo, ere

overhang, threaten

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dissimulo (1)

conceal

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corroboro (1)

strengthen

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improbus, -a, -um

wicked, depraved

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imperitus, -a, -um

unexperienced

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naufragus, -i

(shipwrecked), ruined man

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adgrego (1)

gather

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stirps, stirpis

f. stem, stock

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semen, -inis

n. seed

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latrocinium, -ii

brigandage; band of brigands

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relevo (1)

relieve

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resideo (sedeo), -ere, -sedi, -sessum

(sit down) remain

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secerno, ere, -crevi, -cretum

separate

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desino, -ere, -sivi, -situm

cease

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indisior, -ari, -atus sum

plot against + dat.

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obsideo, -ere, -sedi, -sessum

besiege, beset

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curia, -ae

senate house

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malleolus, -i

firebrand

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frons, frontis

f. forehead

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polliceor, -eri, pollicitus sum

promise

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eques, equitis

m. horseman, knight

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consensio, -onis

f. agreement, harmony

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profectio, -onis

f. departure

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parricidium, -ii

murder

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arceo, -ere, -ui

ward off

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latro, -onis

m. robber, bandit

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macto (1)

punish, pursue

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coniunx, -iugis

f. wife

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hodiernus dies

this day, today

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erumpo, -ere, -rupi, -ruptum

burst forth

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extermino (1)

vanish

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resto, -are, -stiti

stay behind, remain

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debilis, -e

helpless, weak

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sollicito (1)

stir up

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mandatum, -i

order, instruction

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comes, -itis

m. companion

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facultas, -tatis

f. opportunity

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opto (1)

desire

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deprendo

detect, comprehend

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hesterno die

yesterday

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egregius, -a, -um

excellent, distinguished

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recusatio, -onis

f. refusal

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advesperascit, -ere, -peravit

impersonal - it is approaching evening

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pons, pontis

m. bridge

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comitatus, -us

company, retinue

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integer, -gra, -grum

untouched, whole

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diluscescit, -ere, -luxit

it grows light, dawn comes

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machinator, -oris

m. contriver, plotter

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arcesso, -ere, -ivi, -itum

summon

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frequens, gen. entis

crowded, full

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admonitus, -us

warning, suggestion

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aedes, -ium

f. house

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telum, -i

weapon

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sica, -ae

dagger

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quam primum

as soon as possible

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praescribo

order, direct

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ferramentum, -i

weapon

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debilito

weaken

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abiectus, -a, -um

downcast

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conticesco, conticescere, conticui

become silent

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adnuo, -ere, -nui

nod assent

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edo, edare, edidi, editus

give forth, publish

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quotiens

how often

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infitior, -tiari, -tiatus sum

deny

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ad extremum

at the last, finally

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insimulo (1)

charge

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cum ... tum

not only ... but also

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taciturnuas, -tatis

f. silence

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obstupesco, -ere, -stupui

become stupified, be thunderstruck

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indico (1)

accuse

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insigne, -is

sign, symbol

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sempiternus, -a, -um

eternal

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multo (1)

depart, migrate

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emorior

die (off)

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futura est

is going to be

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ora, -ae

shore, region

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incolo, -ere, -ui

inhabit

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quanti (pretii)

of how much value

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complector, -i, -plexus sum

embrace

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cohorresco, -ere, -horrui

shudder

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carcer, -eris

prison

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osculor, -ari, -atus sum

kiss

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moror, -ari, -atus sum

delay, wait

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propero (1)

hasten

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aditus, -us

approach, entrance

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genero (1)

create

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tueror, -eri, tutus sum

watch, protect

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adsigno (1)

assign

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defugio

flee from, avoid

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coetus, -us

gathering, company

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laxo (1)

set free

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orbis lacteus

m. the Milky Way

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nuncupo (1)

#NAME?

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vigeo, -ere, vigui

be strong, be active

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moderor, -ari, -atus sum

control

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obsequor + dat

obey

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gigno, -ere, genui, genitum

beget, bear

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occumbo, -ere, cubui, cubitum

meet

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humatio, -onis

f. burial

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sepultura, -ae

funeral

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existimo (1)

think

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sepelio, -ire, -ivi, -pultum

bury

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consequor, -i, -secutus sum

overtake, catch

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proicio

throw out

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inhumatus, -a, -um

unburied

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volucris, -is

f. bird

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bacillum, -i

staff

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abigo, abigere, abegi, abactus

drive away

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laniatus, -us

lacerating

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obsum, -esse, -fui, -futurus

be against, hurt