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sacer, sacra, sacrum

sacred, holy

2

saepe adv.

often

3

saevus -a -um

savage, cruel, fierce

4

sagitta -ae f.

arrow

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salus, salutis f.

health, safety, welfare

6

saluto, salutare, salutavi, salutatum (1)

to greet, welcome

7

salve, salvete

hello! good morning! greetings!

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sanctus -a -um

consecrated, sacred

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sanguis, sanguinis m.

blood, race, descendant

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sanus a- um

healthy, sane

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sapiens, sapientis m.f.n.

wise, sensible

12

sapientia -ae f.

good sense, wisdom, prudence

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satis adv. +gen.

enough

14

saxum -i n.

rock

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scaena -ae f.

stage

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sceletus -a -um

wicked

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scelus, sceleris n.

crime

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scio, scire, scivi, scitum (4)

to know

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scribo, scribere, scripsi, scriptum

to write

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scutum -i n.

shield

21

se

himself, herself, itself, themselves

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seco, secare, secui, sectum (1)

to cut

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secum

with him(self), her(self), it(self), them(selves)

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secundus -a -um

second, favourable

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securus -a -um

safe, secure, free from care

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sed conj.

but

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sedeo, sedere, sedi, sessum (2)

to sit

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sedes -is f.

seat, chair

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seditio, seditionis f.

revolt, rising, mutiny

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sella -ae f.

seat, chair

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semen, seminis n.

seed

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semper adv.

always

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senator, senatoris m.

senator

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senatus -us m.

the senate

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senectus, senectutis f.

old age

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senex, senis m.

old man

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sententia -ae f.

opinion, thought

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sentio, sentire, sensi sensum (4)

to feel, notice, realise, perceive

39

sepulchrum -i n.

tomb

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sequor, sequi, secutus sum (3)

to follow

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serenus -a -um

calm, clear, serene, cheerful, glad

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sermo, sermonis m

conversation, talk

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serus -a -um

late

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servio, servire, servivi or servii, servitum + dat (4)

to serve, to be a slave

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servitudo, servitudinis f.

slavery, servitude

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servo, servare, servavi, servatum (1)

to keep, save, protect

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servus -i m.

slave

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sese = se

himself, herself, itself, themselves

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seu = sive conj.

if

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seu....seu conj.

whether....or

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severus -a -um

serious, strict, stern

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si conj.

if

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sic adv.

thus, in this way

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siccus -a -um

dry

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sicut/sicuti adv.

just as

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sidus, sideris n.

star, constellation

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signum -i n.

sign, signal, standard

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silentium -i n.

silence

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silva -ae f.

wood forest

60

similis -is -e + gen.

like, similar

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simul adv.

at the same time

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simulo, simlare, simulavi, simulatum (1)

to pretend

63

sin conj.

but if, if however

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sine + abl.

without

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singulus -a -um

single, one at at time

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sinister, sinistra, sinistrum

left, on the left, wrong

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sino, sinere, sivi, situm (3)

allow, permit

68

sinus -us m.

fold in cloth, lap, bosom, bay

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sive conj.

if

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sive...sive conj.

whether...or

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socius -i m.

friend, ally

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sol, solis m.

sun, heat of the sun

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soleo, solere, solitus sum (2)

to be accustomed

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solitudo, solitudinis f.

loneliness

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sollicito, sollicitare, sollicitavi, sollicitatum (1)

to worry

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sollicitus -a -um

anxious, uneasy, worried

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solum -i n.

ground, soil

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solus -a -um

alone, lonely

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solvo, solvere, solvi, solutum (3)

loosen, free, dissolve

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somnus -i m.

sleep

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sono, sonare, sonui, sonitum (1)

to sound, make a noice

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sonus -i m.

sound

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sordidus -a -um

dirty, filthy

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soror, sororis f.

sister

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sors, sortis f.

lot, fate, casting of lots

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spargo, spargere, sparsi, sparsum (3)

to scatter

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spatium -i n.

space, extent, walk

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species, speciei f.

sight, appearance, image, kind

89

spectaculum -i n.

sight, show, spectacle

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specto, spectare, spectavi, spectatum (1)

to look at watch

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sperno, spernere, sprevi, spectatum (1)

to look at, watch

92

sperno, spernere, sprevi, spretum (3)

put away, despise, scorn

93

spero, sperare, speravi, speratum (1)

to hope

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spes, spei f.

hope

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splendeo, splendere, splendidi, spenditum (2)

to shine, glitter

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spolio, spoliare, spoliavi, spoliatum (1)

to plunder, rob, strip

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spondeo, spondere, spopondi, sponsum (2)

to promise, pledge oneself

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statim adv.

immediately, at once

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statio, stationis f.

position, post, anchorage

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statuo, statuere, statui, statutum (3)

to settle, decide

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status -us m.

position, standing, condition

102

stella -ae f.

star

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sto, stare, steti, statum (1)

to stand, lie at anchor

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strepitus -us m.

din, noise

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studeo, studere, studui + dat. (2)

to be keen on, to support, to study

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studium -i n.

zeal, eagerness, enthusiasm

107

stultus -a -um

stupid, foolish

108

sua sponte adv.

freely, voluntarily

109

suadeo, suadere, suasi, suasum + dat. (2)

to advise, recommend, persuade

110

sub + abl.

under, in the power of

111

sub + acc.

close up to, just before

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subeo, subire, subii or subivi, subitum

to go up to, to support, to come to the assistance

113

subicio, subicee, subieci, subiectum (3)

submit, place under, subject to

114

subito adv.

suddenly

115

submergo, submergere, submersi, submersum (3)

sink

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subsidium -i n.

help, support

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subvenio, subvenire, subveni, subventum + dat. (4)

to come to the help of

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sum, esse, fui

to be

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summus -a -um

highest, greatest, top of

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sumo, sumere, sumpsi, sumputm (3)

to take up, obtain, choose

121

super + abl.

over, above

122

super + acc.

upon, beyond

123

superbus -a -um

proud, arrogant

124

supero, superare, superavi, superatum (1)

to overcome, conquer, defeat

125

supersum, superesse, superfui

to survive

126

supprimo, supprimere, suppressi, suppressum (3)

to suppress

127

supra + acc.

above, over

128

supremus -a -um

last

129

surgo, surgere, surrexi, surrectum (3)

to get up, rise

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surripio, surripere, surripui, surreptum (3)

to steal

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suscipio, susipere, suscepi, susceptum (3)

to undertake

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suspicor, suspicari, suspicatus sum (1)

to suspect, infer

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suus -a -um

his, her, its, their (own)