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pignus, pignoris; n

pledge (security for a debt), hostage; bet, stake

2

cantilena, -ae; f

oft-repeated saying, refrain

3

certo, certare, certavi, certatus

to contend with, to struggle with, to vie

4

plectrum, -i; n

quill, plectrum, pick

5

modulor, modulari, modulatus sum (DEP)

to sing, to play (music)

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pledge (security for a debt), hostage; bet, stake

pignus, pignoris; n

7

oft-repeated saying, refrain

cantilena, -ae; f

8

to contend with, to struggle with, to vie

certo, certare, certavi, certatus

9

quill, plectrum, pick

plectrum, -i; n

10

to sing, to play (music)

modulor, modulari, modulatus sum (DEP)

11

affecto, affectare, affectavi, affectatus

to strive after, to pursue

12

valetudino, valetudinis; f

good health, soundness

13

amentia, amentiae; f

madness, folly, stupidity

14

casus, casus; m

a fall; chance, fortune; an accident

15

aestus, aestus; m

agitation, passion; heat, fire

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to strive after, to pursue

affecto, affectare, affectavi, affectatus

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good health, soundness

valetudino, valetudinis; f

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madness, folly, stupidity

amentia, amentiae; f

19

a fall; chance, fortune; an accident

casus, casus; m

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agitation, passion; heat, fire

aestus, aestus; m

21

lac, lactis; n

milk

22

nutrix, nutricis; f

nurse

23

animadverto, animadvertere, animadverti, animadversus

to pay attention to, to attend to, to notice

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postmodum (adv)

after awhile, later, a little later

25

fleo, flere, flevi, fletus

to cry (for), to weep (for)

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milk

lac, lactis; n

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nurse

nutrix, nutricis; f

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to pay attention to, to attend to, to notice

animadverto, animadvertere, animadverti, animadversus

29

after awhile, later, a little later

postmodum (adv)

30

to cry (for), to weep (for)

fleo, flere, flevi, fletus

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sugo, sugere, suxi, suctus

to suck; to imbibe; to take in

32

paulatim (adv)

little by little, by degrees, gradually

33

paucus, a, um

little, small in quantity, a few
[as substantive: a small number of people/things]

34

qualis, qualis, quale

of what sort, of what kind, of what nature

35

obtempero, obtemperare, obtemperavi, obtemperatus

to obey, to comply with the demands of, to be submissive to (w/DAT)

36

fleo, flere, flevi, fletus

to cry (for), to weep (for)

37

to suck; to imbibe; to take in

sugo, sugere, suxi, suctus

38

little by little, by degrees, gradually

paulatim (adv)

39

little, small in quantity, a few
[as substantive: a small number of people/things]

paucus, a, um

40

of what sort, of what kind, of what nature

qualis, qualis, quale

41

obsum, obesse, obfui, obfuturus

to hurt; to be a nuisance to

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subdo, subdere, subdidi, subditus

to place under, to apply; to supply

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admodum (adv)

very, greatly, exceedingly

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quam - vel - unus + superlative adjective

the highest possible degree

45

supplex, supplicis; m

suppliant

46

to hurt; to be a nuisance to

obsum, obesse, obfui, obfuturus

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to place under, to apply; to supply

subdo, subdere, subdidi, subditus

48

very, greatly, exceedingly

admodum (adv)

49

the highest possible degree

quam - vel - unus + superlative adjective

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suppliant

supplex, supplicis; m