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addere, -didi, -ditus

to add

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adhibere (2)

to apply, to employ, to use

3

adnexus (annexus)

connected

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augere (2), auxi, auctus

to increase

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beneficium, N.

benefice

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canon, F.

canon; ecclesiastical rule or edict

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capax

capable

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comedere, -edi, -esus

to eat

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comestio, F.

eating

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condonare

to condone, to pardon

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construere, -uxi, -uctus

to construct

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consuetudo, F.

custom

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conventio, F.

agreement

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declarare

to make clear, to show, to demonstrate

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dubius

doubtful

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eleemosyna, F.

alms

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emere (3), emi, emptus

to buy

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emptio, F.

buying

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etsi

although

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ex. gr. (e.g.), abbr. for exempli gratia

for example

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exponere, -posui, -positus

to expound, to set forth, to explain

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ex parte

in part, from the viewpoint of

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ex toto

wholly

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fraus, F.

fraud, deceit

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fructus, M.

fruit, profit, benefit

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fundamentum, N.

foundation

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fuse

at length, in much detail

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horologium, N.

clock

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imprimis

first of all, chiefly

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indicare

to indicate

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inscius

not knowing, unaware..

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inservire (4), -servivi, -servitus

to serve

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iterare

to repeat

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jus, N.

law, right

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lucrum, N.

profit, money

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ministrare

to administer, to wait upon, to serve

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mixtus

mixed

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nec...nec

neither...nor

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niti (dep. 3), nisus (nixus)

to endeavor

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obstare, -stiti, -status

to hinder, to prevent, to be in the way

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operans, M.

worker, agent

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opportune

fittingly

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paucis

in a few words

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periculum, N.

danger

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permutatio, F.

exchange

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praecipuus

special, extraordinary

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pretium, N.

price

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prohibere (2)

to prohibit, to forbid

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provisus, M.

provision, precaution

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recognoscere, -cognovi, -cognitus

to recognize

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recolere, -colui, -cultus

to survey, to sum up

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rejicere, -jeci, -jectus

to reject, to abandon

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satisfacere (io), -feci, -factus

to satisfy

54

simoniacus

simoniacal (a person who practices simony, the making of profit out of sacred things)

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statuere, statui, statutus

to decide, to ordain, to appoint

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studiosus

zealous, eager, assiduous

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sublevare

to support, to assist

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tacitus

tacit, assumed

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tendere, tetendi, tentus (tensus)

to tend, to strive, to bend one's course

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titulus, M.

title

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totidem

just so many

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venditio, F.

selling

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vetare, vetui, vetitus

to forbid

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victus, M.

a living, nourishment

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voluptas, F.

pleasure