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ablutio, F.

ablution, washing

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accedere, -cessi, -cessus

to accede, to approve

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adjicere, -jeci, -jectus

to add

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appellare

to call

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assequi (dep.), assecutus

to obtain

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asservare

to preserve, to guard, to protect

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casus, M.

case

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chirurgus, M.

surgeon

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clavis, F.

key

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clericus, M.

cleric, clerk

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coena, F.

supper

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collatio, F.

conferring

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comitari (dep.)

to attend, to accompany

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commode

conveniently

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complures

several

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concurrere, -curri, -cursus

to concur, agree

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conficere, -feci, -fectus

to effect, to produce

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consentaneus

suited, proper

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continere (2), -tinui, tentus

to contain

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copia, F.

quantity, amount, supply

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cras

tomorrow

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debitus

due

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decens

suitable, proper

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deferre, -tuli, -latus

to submit, to bring, to bear

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destinare

to destine

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diaconus, M.

deacon

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ediscere, -didici

to learn

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elicere, -licui, -licitus

to elicit, to call forth

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et ejusmodi

and the like

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exigere, -egi, -actus

to demand, to require

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femina, F.

woman

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feria, F.

day of the week

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habitus, M.

habit

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incola, M. and F.

inhabitant, resident

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indigere (2), -igui

to need

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inesse, -fui

to be in or engaged in

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infusus

instilled

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instruere, -struxi, -structus

to instruct

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insuper

besides, in addition

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isque

and that, too; and that indeed

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janua, F.

entrance, door, gate

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laicus, M.

layman

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licentia, F.

permission

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medicus, M.

physician

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mora, F.

delay

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mox

afterwards, at a later period

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nondum

not yet

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noscere, novi, notus

to know

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obstetrix, F.

midwife

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oleum, N.

oil

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oliva, F.

olive, olive tree

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ordinarius, M.

ordinary, bishop

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ornare

to adorn

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parochus, M.

parish priest

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paroecia, F.

parish

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peculiaris

special

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peregrinus, M.

stranger

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perficere, -feci, -fectus

to perfect

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periculum, N.

danger

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potissimum

chiefly, above all

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praeferre, -tuli, -latus

to prefer

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praesertim

particularly

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praesto

present

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probe

properly

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proles, F.

offspring, child

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proportionatus

related

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pudor, M.

propriety, modesty

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quasi

in a certain sense or degree, quasi

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retinere (2), -tinui, -tentus

to keep

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ritus, M.

rite

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saltem

at least

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secus

otherwise

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servare

to observe, to save

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statutum, N.

statute, law

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subdiaconus, M.

subdeacon

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suppeditare

to furnish, supply

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tutus

safe

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urgere (2), ursi

to impel, to be urgent

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ab hac parte

on this side

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ad tempus

at the time, on time

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ad hunc modum

in this way

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quem ad modum

how, as

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ad hoc

besides, for this purpose

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ad diem

on the day

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salvo praescripto

except as directed

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dominica

Sunday

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feria secunda

Monday

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feria tertia

Tuesday

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feria quarta

Wednesday

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feria quinta

Thursday

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feria sexta

Friday

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sabbatum

Saturday