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tanto opere

so greatly

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quia

because

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suppedito (1)

supply

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forensis, -e

oft he forum

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strepitus, -us

din

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reficio

refresh, revive

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convicium, -ii

wrangling

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defessus, -a, -um

exhausted

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reprehendo, -ere, -hendi, -hensum

censure

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tribuo, -ere, -ui, -utum

allot

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tempestivus, -a, -um

timely

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convivium, -ii

banquet

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alveolus, -i

gaming board

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pila, -ae

ball

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egomet

emphatic form of ego

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recolo, -ere, -ui, -cultum

renew

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sumo, -ere, sumpsi, sumptum

take

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quantuscumque, -acumque, -umcumque

however great

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desum

be lacking

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vetustas, -tatis

f. antiquity

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imago, -ginis

f. portrait, picture

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intueor

gaze on, comtemplate

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exprimo

describe, portray

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administro (1)

manage

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cogitatio, -onis

f. thought

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conformo (1)

mold

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quispiam, quae-, quid-

someone

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prodo, -ere, -didi, -ditum

transmit, reveal

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doctrina, -ae

instruction

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erudio (4)

educate, train

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singularis, -e

unique, extraordinary

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exsisto, -ere, exstiti

arise, appear, exist

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obtingo, -ere, obtigi

touch, fall to one's lot

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animadverto

turn the mind to, notice, observe

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tristiculus, -a, -um

rather sad

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finitimus, -a, -um

neighboring, akin to

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dissimulatio, -onis

f. irony

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vitiosus, -a, -um

bad, faulty

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pompa, -ae

parade

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aureum, -i

gold

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argentum, -i

silver

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talentum, -i

a talent, large sum of money

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appono

place near, serve

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apparatus, -us

equipment, splendor

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hesternus, -a, -um

of yesterday

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cenula, -ae

diminuative of cena

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mina, -ae

a Greek coin

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aspernor, -ari, -atus sum

spurn, despise

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liberalitas, -tatis

f. generosity

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videlicet

adv. (you may see) clearly, evidently

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apricor, -ari, atus sum

sun oneself

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inquinatus, -a, -um

polluted

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esurio (4)

be hungry

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edo, -ere, edi, esum

eat

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peragro (1)

wonder through

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Aegyptus, -i

f. Egypt

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obsono (1)

buy provisions

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fames, -is

f. hunger

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victus, -us

living, mode of living, food

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ius, iuris

n. soup

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coquo, -ere, coxi, coctum

cook

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mirus, -a, -um

wonderful, surprising

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sudor, sudoris

m. sweat

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sitis, -is

f. thirst

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epulae, -arum

f. pl. banquet, feast

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condio (4)

season, spice

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ructo (1)

belch

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refertus, -a, -um

stuffed, crammed +abl.

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opimus, -a, -um

fertile, fat

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iurgium, ii

quarrel

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splendor, -oris

m. distinction, honor

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assequor

= ad sequor; gain, attain

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hercule

mild oath - by Hercules

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contio, -onis

f. assembly

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salutaris, -e

salutary, advantageous

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classis, -is

f. fleet

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subduco

to beach

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commoror, -ari, -atus sum

remain

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balneum, -i

bathroom

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valetudo, -inis

f. health

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altum, -i

n. the deep, the sea

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proveho, -ere, vexi, vectum

carry forward

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iactatio, -onis

f. tossing

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taedium, -ii

weariness, disgust

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dimico (1)

flight (to the finish)

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lectica, -ae

litter

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iniquus, -a, -um

unfavorable, unjust

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cervix, -vicis

f. neck

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praecido, -ere, -cidi, -cisum

cut off

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intueror, -eri, tuitus sum

look at

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trucido (1)

cut to pieces, butcher

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oppidum, -i

town

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creber, -bra, -brum

numerous

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nuntius, -ii

messenger

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efficio

accomplish

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rescindo, -ere, rescidi, rescissum

cut down

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vel ... vel

either ... or

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demigro (1)

depart

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redigo, -ere, -egi, -actum

reduce

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praeficio + dat

put in charge or command of

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intersero, -ere

allege

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campus, -i

field, plain

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permoveo

move thoroughly, trouble

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contentio, -onis

f. controversy

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nitor, niti, nixus sum

strive, labor

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collega, -ae

m. colleague

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radix, -icis

f. root, base

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instruo, -ere, -struxi, -structum

draw up (battle line)

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rarus, -a, -um

scattered

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tractus, -us

dragging

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equitatus, -us

calvary

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confligo, -ere, -flixi, -flictum

fight

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eo

adv. on that account

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decemplex, gen. -plicis

tenfold

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adhuc

thus far, hitherto

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nobilis, -e

famous

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exiguus, -a, -um

small, scanty

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prosterno, -ere, -stravi, -stratum

overthrow, throw down

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metallum, -i

a mine

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largitio, -onis

f. generosity, liberality

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intereo

be lost, perish

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praedo, -onis

m. robber

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maritimus praedo

pirate

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consector, -ari, -atus sum

pursue, hound

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peritus, -a, -um + gen.

skilled in

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oneraria, -ae (navis)

transport

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munio (4)

defend, fortify

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totidem

just as many

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triremis, -e

having three banks of oars

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partim

partly

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maiores natu

those greater in respect to birth = old men, elders

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procuro (1)

take care of

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dimicari

impers. pass. lit. that it be fought; translate as that the war be fought

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delectus, -a, -um

chosen, picked; chosen men

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occupo (1)

seize

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classiarius, -ii

a marine (lit. a solder of the fleet)

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circumeo

surround

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pari proelio

the battle was a draw

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anceps, gen. ancipitis

two-headed, double

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exadversum + acc.

opposite

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dispergo, -ere, -spersi, -spersum

scatter

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testor, -ari, -atus sum

testify, declare

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adfirmo (1)

assert, declare

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aggredior, -gredi, -gressus sum

attack

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subsum

be under, concealed

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prudentia, -ae

foresight, discretion

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antisto, -are, -steti

stand before = excel

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innocentia, -ae

harmlessness; integrity

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abstinentia, -ae

self-restraint; uprightness

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collabefio, -fieri, -factus sum

be overthrown, be ruined

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testula, -ae

ostracism

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postquam

after

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scitum, -i

decree

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intersum + dat.

be present at, tak part in

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fundo, -ere, fudi, dusum

pour out, rout

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applico (1)

attach

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aerarium, -ii

treasury

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dos, dotis

f. dowry

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colloco (1)

place, settle in marriage

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diuturnitas, -tatis

f. long duration

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conquiro, -ere, -quisivi, -quisitum

seek out, gather together

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colonus, -i

settle, colonist

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vacuefacio

make empty

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disicio

throw apart, scatter

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fanum, -i

shrine, temple

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detego, -ere, -texi, -tectum

unroof, uncover

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obtineo, -ere, -tinui, -tentum

occupy, hold

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cum primum

as soon as

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proveho, -ere, -vexi, -vectum

carry forward

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insolens, gen. -entis

arrogant, insolent

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praedico (1)

declare, relate

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aliud quam

other than

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numen, -minis

n. divine power, command

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res gestae, rerum gestarum

f. pl. (lit. things done) exploits, deeds

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precor, -ari, -atus sum

beseech

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quivis, quaevis, quidvis

anyone at all

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sepelio, -ire, sepelivi, sepultum

bury

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nefas

n. indecl. wrong. sin

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tempto (1)

try

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reseco, -are, -secui, -sectum

cut off, prune back

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venenatus, -a, -um

poisonous, dipped in poison

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sagitta, -ae

arrow

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pharetra, -ae

quiver

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vagor, -ari, -atus sum

wander, ramble

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expedio, -ire, -ivi, -itum

distangle, set free

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inermis, -e

unarmed

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piger, -gra, -grum

lazy, sluggish, torpid

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aura, -ae

breeze

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nebula, -ae

mist, fog

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currus, -us

chariot

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procella, -ae

storm, gale

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obsoletus, -a, -um

worn out, dlapidated

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aula, -ae

palace

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celsus, -a, -um

high, lofty