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conculco, conculcare, conculcavi, conculcatus

to tread upon, to trample

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to tread upon, to trample

conculco, conculcare, conculcavi, conculcatus

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convalesco, convalescere, convalui, convalitus

to grow strong, to regain health

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to grow strong, to regain health

convalesco, convalescere, convalui, convalitus

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blandio, blandire, blandivi, blanditus
OR
blandior, blandiri, blanditus sum

to flatter, to coax

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hircus, -i; m

he-goat

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amoveo, amovere, amovi, amotus

to remove, steal; banish

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floreo, florere, florui, ---

to flourish, blossom

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amicio, amicire, amicui (amixi), amictus

to clothe, cover

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cauda, -ae; f

tail, extreme end of anything

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pario, parere, peperi, partus

to give birth to, to bear, to beget

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ferreus, a, um

iron; cruel, unyielding

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proelior, proeliari, proeliatus sum (DEP)

to fight

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modicus, a, um

moderate, temperate

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alo, alere, alui, alitus (altus)

to feed, nourish, rear

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dimidium, -i; n
OR
dimidius, a, um

half

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arena, -ae; f
OR
harena, -ae; f

sand, sandy place; place of combat

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sand, sandy place; place of combat

arena, -ae; f
OR harena, -ae; f

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half

dimidium, -i; n
OR
dimidius, a, um

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to feed, nourish, rear

alo, alere, alui, alitus (altus)

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moderate, temperate

modicus, a, um

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to flatter; to coax

blandio, blandire, blandivi, blanditus
OR
blandior, blandiri, blanditus sum

23

he-goat

hircus, hirci

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to remove, steal; banish

amoveo, amovere, amovi, amotus

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to flourish, blossom

floreo, florere, florui, ---

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to clothe, cover

amicio, amicire, amicui (amixi), amictus

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tail, extreme end of anything

cauda, -ae; f

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to give birth to, to bear, to beget

pario, parere, peperi, partus

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iron; cruel, unyielding

ferreus, a, um

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to fight

proelior, proeliari, proeliatus sum (DEP)

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molior, moliri, molitus sum (DEP)

to struggle, to labor at (DEP)

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evagino, evanginare, evaginavi, evaginatus

to unsheathe

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trucido, trucidare, trucidavi, trucidatus

to slaughter, to butcher, to massacre

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meretrix, meretricis; f

a prostitute, courtesan

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fateor, fateri, fassus sum (DEP)

to admit, to acknowledge, to disclose (DEP)

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to struggle, to labor at (DEP)

molior, moliri, molitus sum (DEP)

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to unsheathe

evagino, evanginare, evaginavi, evaginatus

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to slaughter, to butcher, to massacre

trucido, trucidare, trucidavi, trucidatus

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a prostitute, courtesan

meretrix, meretricis; f

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to admit, to acknowledge, to disclose (DEP)

fateor, fateri, fassus sum (DEP)

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pariter (adv)

equally, together

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linum, -i; n

flax, linen cloth/thread, rope

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elanguesco, elanguescere, elangui, ---

to begin to lose one's vigor, to droop

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prodo, prodere, prodidi, proditus

to project, to thrust forward, to produce

45

funis, funis; m

rope, line, cord

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equally, together

pariter (adv)

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flax, linen cloth/thread, rope

linum, -i; n

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to begin to lose one's vigor, to droop

elanguesco, elanguescere, elangui, ---

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to project, to thrust forward, to produce

prodo, prodere, prodidi, proditus

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rope, line, cord

funis, funis; m