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aes alienum, aeris alieni

n. debt ("another's money")

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cinis, cineris

m. ash, ashes

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subtilis, -e

fine, thin, precise

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horridus, -a, -um

shaggy, rough, unpolished

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sermo, -onis

m. conversation, talk

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inscitia, -ae

f. ignorance

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insipienter

foolishly

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conturbo (1)

to throw into confusion, put into disorder

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exanimo

from the heart

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cuicumque

to anyone at all

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pondus, ponderis

n. weight, authority

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effingo, -ere, -finxi, -fictus

to express, represent

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pudet

(imp. + inf) it is shameful

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immerito

undeservedly, unjustly

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suscenseo, -ere, -censui, -census

to be angry

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an

whether (introducing indirect question)

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iniquus

unfair, unjust

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impotens, -entis

out of control, immoderate

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querulior

rather prone to complain (about trifles)

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exoro (1)

to win over (by begging), appease

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sino, -ere, sivi, situs

to allow

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nec sinere

to forbid

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sumo, -ere, sumpsi, sumptus

to take up, lay hold of

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lana, -ae

f. wool

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ducere lanam

to spin wool

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fundo, -ere, fudi, fusus

to pour forth

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spelunca, -ae

f. cave, grotto

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lacus, -us

m. lake

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mugitus, -us

m. lowing, bellowing, mooing

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saevus, -a, -um

fierce, violent, savage

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conficio, -ere, -feci, fectus

to complete, finish

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obses, -sidis

m. or f. hostage

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nitor, niti, nisus sum

to strive, make an effort

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veluti

just as, as if

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venter, -tris

m. stomach, belly

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efficio, -ere, -feci, -fectus

to bring about, achieve

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deditus, -a, -um

addicted to, given over to

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facinus, -oris

n. deed, act

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immo

no, on the contrary; rather

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ais

you say

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praecido, -ere, -cidi, -cisus

to cut off

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orare

to plead (my case)