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catulus, -i; m

young dog, young of any animal

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recubo, recubere, recubui, recubitus

to lie down, to recline; to lie on one's back

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abdo, abdere, abdidi, abditus

put away, set aside;
depart;
hide, keep secret

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propitius, a, um

favorably inclined, well-disposed, propitious

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young dog, young of any animal

catulus, -i; m

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to lie down, to recline; to lie on one's back

recubo, recubere, recubui, recubitus

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put away, set aside;
depart;
hide, keep secret

abdo, abdere, abdidi, abditus

8

favorably inclined, well-disposed, propitious

propitius, a, um

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incola, -ae; f

resident, inhabitant, dweller

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increpo, increpare, increpavi, increpatus

to rebuke, chide, reprove

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reminiscor, reminisci, --- (DEP)

to call to mind, to recollect, to remember

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demoror, demorari, demoratus sum (DEP)

to detain, to cause delay, to hold back

13

fungor, fungi, functus sum

to perform, to execute, to discharge

14

patrocinium, -ii; n

protection, defense --- patronage

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sublevo, sublevare, sublevavi, sublevatus

to lift up, to raise --- to support, to assist

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resident, inhabitant, dweller

incola, -ae; f

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to rebuke, chide, reprove

increpo, increpare, increpavi, increpatus

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to call to mind, to recollect, to remember

reminiscor, reminisci, --- (DEP)

19

to detain, to cause delay, to hold back

demoror, demorari, demoratus sum (DEP)

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to perform, to execute, to discharge

fungor, fungi, functus sum

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protection, defense --- patronage

patrocinium, -ii; n

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to lift up, to raise --- to support, to assist

sublevo, sublevare, sublevavi, sublevatus

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largio, largire, largivi, largitus

to give bountifully, to lavish

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miserator, miseratoris; m

a merciful person

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patibulum, -i; n

fork-shaped yoke, gibbet

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largior, largiri, largitus sum (DEP)

to grant, to give bribes, to give bountifully

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to give bountifully, to lavish

largio, largire, largivi, largitus

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a merciful person

miserator, miseratoris; m

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fork-shaped yoke, gibbet

patibulum, -i; n

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to grant, to give bribes, to give bountifully

largior, largiri, largitus sum (DEP)