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paene adv.

nearly, almost

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panis -is m.

bread

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paratus -a -um

ready, prepared

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parco, parcere, peperci or parsi, parsum + date. (3)

spare, pardon

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parens, parentis m. or f.

parent

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pareo, parere, parui + dat. (2)

to obey

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pariter adv.

equally

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paro, parare, paravi, paratum (1)

to prepare

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pars, partis f.

part

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parum

too little

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parvus -a -um

small

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passim adv.

here and there

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passus -us m.

pace, step

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pater, patris m.

father

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patior, pati, passus sum (3)

to suffer, allow

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patria -ae f.

fatherland

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pauci -ae -a

few, a few, little

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paulatim adv.

gradualy

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paulisper adv.

for a short time

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paulum adv.

a lttle

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pauper, pauperis m.f.n.

poor

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pavor, pavoris m.

terror, trembling

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pax, pacis f.

peace

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pectus, pectoris n.

breast, heart

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pecunia -ae f.

money

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pecus, pecoris n.

cattle, herd

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pedes, peditis m.

foot-soldier

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pello, pellere, pepuli, pulsum (3)

to drive out, expel

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per + acc.

through, along, throughout

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perdo, perdere, perdidi, perditum (3)

to lose, destroy

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pereo, perire, perivi or perii, peritum

to pass away, perish, die

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perfero, peferre, pertuli, perlatum

to carry through, finish

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perfiicio, perficere, perfici, perfectum (3)

to achieve, complete

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perfuga -ae m.

deserter

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periculosus -a -um

dangerous

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periculum -i n.

danger

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permaneo, permanere, permansi, permansum (2)

to remain, persist, last

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permitto, permittere, permisi, permissum (3)

to let go, surrender

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permoveo, permovere, permpovi, permotum (2)

to move, excite

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permutatio, permutationis f.

change, alteration

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perpetuus -a -um

continuous, lasting

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persequor, persequi, persecutus sum (3)

to pursue, overtake

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perseverantia -ae f.

persistence, endurance

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persuadeo, persuadere, persuasi, persuasum + dat.(2)

to persuade, prevail upon

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perterritus -a -um

terrified

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pertineo, pertinere, pertinui (2)

to extend, reach

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pervenio, pervenire, perveni, perventum +in/ad + acc. (4)

to arrive at

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pes, pedis m.

foot, paw

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pessimus -a -um

the worst, very bad

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peto, petere, petivi or petii, petitum (3)

to seek, ask, beg for, to make for, attack

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pilum -i n

javelin

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piscis, piscis m.

fish

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placet + dat.

it pleases, it suits

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plebs, plebis f.

common people, lower class, plebs

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plenus -a -um + gen. or abl.

full, filled

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plerique, pleraeque, pleraque

most, a good many

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pluit

it is raining

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plura

more (things)

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plures

more (people)

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plurimi -ae -a

very many

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plurimus -a -um

very much

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plus, pluris

more

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poena -ae f.

punishment, penalty

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poeta -ae m.

poet

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polliceor, polliceri, pollocitus sum (2)

to promise, offer

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pono, ponere, posui, positum (3)

to place, put, stake, put up

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pons, pontis m.

bridge

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popularis -is -e

popular, belonging to the people

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populus -i m.

people

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porta -ae f.

gate, doorway

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porto, portare, portavi, portatum (1)

to carry

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portus -us m.

harbour, port

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posco, poscere, poposi (3)

to demand, request

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possideo, possidere, possedi, possessum (2)

to hold, occupy

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possum, posse, potui

can, be able

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post + acc.

after, behind

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postea adv.

afterwards

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postquam conj.

after, when

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postremo adv.

finally

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postridie adv.

on the following day, next day

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potens, potentis m.f.n.

powerful, strong

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potestas, potestatis f.

power, control

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potior, potiri, potitus sum + abl. (4)

to take possession of, acquire

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praebeo, praebere, prebui, praebitum (2)

to offer, supply

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praeceps, pracipitis m.f.n.

headlong

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praecipue adv.

especially

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praeda -ae f.

booty

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praefectus -i m.

commander, governer

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praefero, praeferre, praetuli, praelatum

to carry in front

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praeficio, praeficere, praefeci, praefectum (3)

to put in charge

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praemium -i n.

reward, prize

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praesens, praesentis m.f.n.

present, immediate

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praesideo, praesidire, praesedi (2)

to sit before, guard

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praesidium -i n.

protection, garrison

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praesum, praeessel, praefui + date.

to be in command of

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praeter + acc. except, beyond

besides, moreover

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praetereo, praeterire, praeterii or praeterivi, praeteritum

to go past, pass by, surpass

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praetor, praetoris m.

praetor, governor

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praetorium -i n.

camp headquarters, governor's residence

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precor, precari, pracatus sum (1)

to pray, beg

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premo, premere, pressi, pressum (3)

to press, tighten

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pretium -i n.

price

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pridie adv.

the day before

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primum adv.

firstly, at first

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princeps, principis m. or f.

chief, chieftain, leading citizen emperor

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prior, prior, prius

former, previous

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prius adv.

formerly, previously, earlier

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priusquam conj.

before, sooner than

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pro + abl.

for on behalf of, in return for, in front of

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procedo, procedere, processi, processum (3)

to proceed, advance, step forward

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procul adv.

far, in the distance

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prodigium -i n.

omen, portent

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prodo, prodere, prodidi, proditum (3)

to betray

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proelium -i n.

battle, fight

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profero, proferre, protuli, prolatum

to carry forth, bring forth

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proficiscor, proficisci, profectus sum (3)

to set out

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progredior, progredi, progressus sum (3)

to advance

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prohibeo, prohibere, prohibui, prohibitum (2)

to prevent, hinder

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proles, proles f.

offspring, descendant

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promittto, promittere, promisi, promissum (3)

to promise

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prope + acc.

near

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propero, properare, properavi, prospectum (3)

to hasten, hurry

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propinquus -a -um

neighbouring

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propior, propior, propius

nearer

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propter + acc.

on account of, beside

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prospicio, prospicere, prospexi, prospectum (3)

to look forward to, watch

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protinus adv.

immediately, straightaway

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provideo, providere, providi, provisum (2)

to look forward, make provision

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provinicia -ae f.

province

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proximus -a -um

nearest

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prudens, prudentis m.f.n.

foreseeing, prudent

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prudentia -ae f.

knowledge, prudence

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publicus adv.

public, belonging to the state

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pudor, pudoris m.

shame, disgrace

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puella -ae f.

girl

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puer -i m.

boy

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pugna -ae f.

fight, combat

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pugno, pugnare, pugnavi, pugnatum (1)

to fight, contend

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pulcher, pulchra, pulchrum

beautiful

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pulvis, pulveris m.

dust

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punio, punire, punivi, punitum (4)

to punish

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puppis -is f.

stern, ship

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purus, -a -um

clear, pure, upright

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puto, putare, putavi, putatum (1)

to think, reckon

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pyra -ae f.

funeral pyre