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diligentia, -ae, f.

diligence

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lapis, lapidis, m.

stone

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libertas, liberatis, f.

freedom, liberty

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lux, lucis, f.

light

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pictura, -ae, f.

picture

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ruina, -ae, f.

downfall, collapse; pl. ruins

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statua, -ae, f.

statue

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qui, quae, quod

who, which, that

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colo, colere, colui, colitus

to worship, cultivate, till

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do, dare, dedi, datus

to give

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submitto, submittere, submisi, submissus

to let down, furnish

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itaque

and so, and as a result

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inter (+accusative)

between, among

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ob (+accusative)

because of, on account of, for

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aestas, aestatis, f.

summer

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arena, -ae, f.

arena, sand, desert, seashore

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autumnus, -i, m.

autumn, fall

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gladiator, gladiatoris, m.

gladiator

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hiems, hiemis, f.

winter

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mundus, -i, m.

world

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pompa, -ae, f.

parade

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theatrum, -i, n.

theater, ampitheater

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ver, veris, n.

spring

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cogo, cogere, coegi, coactus

to collect, compel

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conservo, conservare, conservavi, conservatus

to save, preserve

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intermitto, intermittere, intermisi, intermissus

to stop, interrupt

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obtineo, obtinere, obtinui, obtentus

to hold, obtain

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permoveo, permovere, permovi, permotus

to move (deeply)

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sto, stare, steti, staturus

to stand, stand up

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nam

for

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avus, -i, m.

grandfather

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modus, -i, m.

manner

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pes, pedis, m.

foot

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regnum, -i, n.

kingdom, royal power

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saxum, -i, n.

rock

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superbia, -ae, f.

arrogance, pride

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mutatus, -a, -um

changed

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superbus, -a, -um

haughty, proud, snobbish

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relinquo, relinquere, reliqui, relictus

to leave behind, abandon

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remaneo, remanere, remansi, remansurus

to stay behind

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tamen

nevertheless

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caput, capitis, n.

head

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celeritas, celeritatis, f.

speed, swiftness

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corpus, corporis, n.

body

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nomen, nominis, n.

name

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tempus, temporis, n.

time

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vulnus, vulneris, n.

wound

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sanus, -a, -um

sound sane

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cognosco, cognoscere, cognovi, cognitus

to learn, (perf) to know

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plico, plicare, plicavi, plicatus

to fold

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ante

before

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bene

well

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fortasse

perhaps

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ante (+accusative)

before (of time & place)

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ac

and

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diligence

diligentia, -ae, f.

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stone

lapis, lapidis, m.

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freedom, liberty

libertas, liberatis, f.

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light

lux, lucis, f.

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picture

pictura, -ae, f.

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downfall, collapse; pl. ruins

ruina, -ae, f.

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statue

statua, -ae, f.

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who, which, that

qui, quae, quod

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to worship, cultivate, till

colo, colere, colui, colitus

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to give

do, dare, dedi, datus

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to let down, furnish

submitto, submittere, submisi, submissus

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and so, and as a result

itaque

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between, among

inter (+accusative)

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because of, on account of, for

ob (+accusative)

70

summer

aestas, aestatis, f.

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arena, sand, desert, seashore

arena, -ae, f.

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autumn, fall

autumnus, -i, m.

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gladiator

gladiator, gladiatoris, m.

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winter

hiems, hiemis, f.

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world

mundus, -i, m.

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parade

pompa, -ae, f.

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theater, ampitheater

theatrum, -i, n.

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spring

ver, veris, n.

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to collect, compel

cogo, cogere, coegi, coactus

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to save, preserve

conservo, conservare, conservavi, conservatus

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to stop, interrupt

intermitto, intermittere, intermisi, intermissus

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to hold, obtain

obtineo, obtinere, obtinui, obtentus

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to move (deeply)

permoveo, permovere, permovi, permotus

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to stand, stand up

sto, stare, steti, staturus

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for

nam

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grandfather

avus, -i, m.

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manner

modus, -i, m.

88

foot

pes, pedis, m.

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kingdom, royal power

regnum, -i, n.

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rock

saxum, -i, n.

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arrogance, pride

superbia, -ae, f.

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changed

mutatus, -a, -um

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haughty, proud, snobbish

superbus, -a, -um

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to leave behind, abandon

relinquo, relinquere, reliqui, relictus

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to stay behind

remaneo, remanere, remansi, remansurus

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nevertheless

tamen

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head

caput, capitis, n.

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speed, swiftness

celeritas, celeritatis, f.

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body

corpus, corporis, n.

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name

nomen, nominis, n.

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time

tempus, temporis, n.

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wound

vulnus, vulneris, n.

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sound sane

sanus, -a, -um

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to learn, (perf) to know

cognosco, cognoscere, cognovi, cognitus

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to fold

plico, plicare, plicavi, plicatus

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before

ante

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well

bene

108

perhaps

fortasse

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before (of time & place)

ante (+accusative)

110

and

ac