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casus, -us

fall, destruction; accident

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turris, -is

f. tower

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ferio (4)

strike

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fulgur, -uris

n. lightening, thunderbolt

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infestus, -a, -um

unsafe, dangerous, adverse

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praeparo (1)

make ready in advance, prepare; well prepared

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informis, -e

shapeless, hideous, horrid

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summoveo

remove, drive away

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cithara, -ae

lyre

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tendo, -ere, tetendi, tensum

stretch

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appareo, -ere, -ui, -itum

show one's self

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velum, -i

sail

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fugax, gen. -acis

fluting

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pietas, -tatis

f. loyalty, devotion, piety

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ruga, -ae

wrinkle

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indomitus, -a, -um

untamable, invincible

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cruentus, -a, -um

bloody

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fluctus, -us

m. wave

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viso, -ere, visi, visum

visit

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ater, atra, atrum

dark

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tellus, -uris

f. earth, land

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invisus, -a, -um

hated, hateful

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iaculor, -ari, -atus sum

aim at

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aeratus, -a, -um

fitted with bronze

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turma, -ae

a troop of calvary

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laetus, -a, -um

happy, joyful

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amarus, -a, -um

bitter, disagreeable

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lentus, -a, -um

pliant, tenacious, slow, lingering

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eximo, -ere, -emi, -emptum

take away

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unguentum, -i

ointment, perfume

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cadus, -i

wine jar

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situs, -us

site, situation

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imber, -bris

m. storm

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edax, gen. edacis

greedy, destructive

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diruo, -ere, -rui, -rutum

raze, destroy

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pera, -ae

wallet

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impono + dat.

put on

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delinquo, -ere, -liqui, -lictum

fail, commit a crime

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vinea, -ae

vineyard

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appeto

reach toward, desire

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salio, -ire, -ui, saltum

jump

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elevo (1)

disparage, weaken

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persona, -ae

mask (worn by actors)

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ramosus, -a, -um

branching

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crus, cruris

n. leg

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tenuitas, -tatis

f. thinness

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vitupero (1)

blame, find fault with, censure

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demum

at last, finally (at the end of argument)

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luctus, -us

m. grief, sorrow

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subdolus, -a, -um

deceitful

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paenitentia, -ae

repentance

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corvus, -

raven

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caseus, -i

cheese

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nitor, -oris

m. brightness, beauty

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decor, decoris

m. grace, beauty

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ales, alitis

f. bird

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dolossus, -a, -um

crafty, cunning

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gravo (1)

load, burden

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fiscus, -i

basket

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tumeo, -ere

swell, be swollen

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eminio, -ere, -minui

stand out, be conspicuous

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advolo (1)

fly, hasten

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lancino (1)

mangle

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diripio, -ere, -ripui, -reptum

plunder

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nummus, -i

currency, money

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vilis, -e

cheap

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fruor, frui, fructus + abl.

enjoy

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secessus, -us

retreat, summer place

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suggero, -ere, -gessi, -gestum

furnish, afford, supply

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sive ... sive

if ... or if; whether ... or

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ango, -ere

torment

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abrumpo, -ere, -rupi, -ruptum

break off, sever

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perago

complete

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nexus, -us

coils, obligations

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iurgium, -ii

quarrel

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offensa, -ae

hatred, affront

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mereor, -eri, meritus sum

deserve

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avocamentum, -i

diversion

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avia, -ae

grandmother

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aegroto (1)

be sick

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veracundia, -ae

modesty

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quin immo

why, on the contrary

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commodus, -a, -um

suitable, satisfactory

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cohibeo, -ere, -ui, -itum

hold together, hold back, restrain

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prorumpo, -ere, -rupi, -ruptum

burst forth

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siccus, -a, -um

dry

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orbitas, -tatis

f. bereavement, loss

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perfodio, -ere, -fodi, -fossum

pierce (lit., dig through)

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pugio, -onis

m. dagger

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porrigo, -ere, -rexi, -rectum

hold out, extend

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defungor, -i, -functus sum

finish or complete life, die

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festivus, -a, -um

pleasant, agreeable

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amabilis, -e

lovable, lovely

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anilis, -e

of an old woman

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lectitio (1)

read (eagerly)

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valetudo, -dinis

f. bad health, illness

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destino (1)

bind, engage; intend, resolve

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maeror, -oris

m. grief

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praecipio, -ere, -cepi, -ceptum

direct

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margaritum, -i

pearl

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erogo (1)

pay out, spend

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tus, turis

n. incense

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odor, -oris

m. perfume

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adhibeo, -ere, -hibui, -hibitum

use, furnish

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simpliciter

frankly, candidly

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ingulgentia, -ae

kindness

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tracto (1)

handle, treat

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probus, -a, -um

honorable, fine

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officiosus, -a, -um

obligin, courteous

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commode

fitly, satisfactorily

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salubris, -e

healthful

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lac, lactis

n. milk

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suscenseo, -ere, -censui, -censum + dat.

be angry with

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emendo (1)

correct

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mansuetudo, -inis

f. gentleness, mildness

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lenis, -e

gentle, kind

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tractabilis, -e

tractable, compliant

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indulgeo, -ere, -dulsi, -dultum

yield to, gratify

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coram

prep + abl. in the presence of

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conticesco, -ere, -ticui

become silent

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patruus, -i

paternal uncle

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mentior, -iri, -itus sum

lie, declare falsely

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tingo, -ere, tinxi, tinctus

wet, dye

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cycnus, -i

swan

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lugeo, -ere, luxi, luctum

mourn

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testis, -is

m. witness

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convivor, -ari, -atus sum

to feast

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lateo, -ere, -ui

lie hidden

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emo, -ere, emi, emptum

buy

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serus, -a, -um

late

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nequam

worthless, bad

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dicamus bona verba

let us speak words of good omen (Terence)

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dic in bona fide

tell me in good faith (Plautus)

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hic et nunc

here and there

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hic et ubique

here and everywhere

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locus criminis

the place of the crime

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locus delicti

the place of the crime

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lingua franca

mixture of languages

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lucri causa

for the sake of gain

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meo periculo

at my risk

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miles gloriosus

a boastful soldier

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more

in the manner of

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more Anglico

in the English fashion

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more dicto

in the manner directed

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opimates

the aristocracy; the best people

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pabulum animi

food for the mind

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pabulum Acheruntis

food for Acheron (Plautus)

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qua

in the capacity of

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quacumque via data

which way you take it

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quadrivium

arithmetic, geometry, astronomy, and music

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quae amissa salva

lost things are safe

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ab absurdo

from the absurd

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ab asino lanam

wool from an ass (blood from a stone)

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beatae memoriae

of blessed memory

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beatus

a blessed person

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bella detesta matribus

wars, the horror of mothers (Horace)

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bella horrida bella

wars, horrid wars (Virgil)

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cacoethes

irresisible urge; strong propensity

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calendae

calends; the first day of month in ancient Roman calender

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dabit qui dedit

he who as given once, will give (again)

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da locum melioribus

give way to your betters (Terence)

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ecce signum

behold the sign; here is the proof

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e contra

on the other hand

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e contrario

on the contrary

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fabas indulcet fames

hunger sweetens beans

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faber est quisque fortunae suae

every man is architect of his own fortune

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gaudemus igitur

therefore, let us rejoice

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gratia et veritas

grace and truth

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habeas corpus

you have the body; a legal writ

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hac lege

under this law; under this condition

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iacta alea est

the die is cast (Julius Caesar)

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iam satis

already enough

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iaunuae mentis

the doors of the mind

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arca, -ae

f. box, chest

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ausculto (1)

to listen to, hear

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nondum

not yet

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gigno, -ere, genui, genitus

to produce, give birth to

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membrum, -i

n. limb, part of the body

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plaustrum, -i

n. wagon, cart

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tundo, -ere, tutundi, tunsus

to hit, strike

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galea, -ae

f. helmet

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rugosus, -a, -um

wrinkled

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garrio, -ire, -ivi, -itus

to babble, make incomprehensible sounds

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tignum, -i

n. log, stick, trunk of a tree

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acuo, -ere, acui, acutus

to sharpen

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praesentio, -ire, -sensi, -sensus

to preceive beforehand

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stagnum, -i

n. pool of water

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scopulus, -i

m. rock, cliff

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vector, -oris

m. passentger, seafarer

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merx, mercis

f. merchandise, goods

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audax, -acis

bold, daring

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causam dicere

to plead a case

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subsellium, -ii

n. bench, seat

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praetereo, -ire, -ii, -itus

to pass by, go by

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oscito (1)

to yawn

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proelium, -ii

n. battle

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vexillum, -i

n. military banner, flag, standard