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vulgus, -i; n

common people, general public

2

aeneus, a, um

copper, made of copper; bronze, made of bronze

3

ilico (adv)

on the spot, immediately

4

ruo, ruere, rui, rutus

to destroy, ruin, overthrow

5

aries, arietis; m

ram; battering ram

6

common people, general public

vulgus, -i; n

7

copper, made of copper; bronze, made of bronze

aeneus, a, um

8

on the spot, immediately

ilico (adv)

9

to destroy, ruin, overthrow

ruo, ruere, rui, rutus

10

ram; battering ram

aries, arietis; m

11

trudo, trudere, trusi, trusus

to thrust, push, shove

12

premo, premere, pressi, pressus

to press, press hard, pursue

13

dudum (adv)

a little while ago, formerly

14

aliquando (adv)

at some time or other, at any time, ever (indefinite time)

15

to thrust, push, shove

trudo, trudere, trusi, trusus

16

to press, press hard, pursue

premo, premere, pressi, pressus

17

a little while ago, formerly

dudum (adv)

18

at some time or other, at any time, ever (indefinite time)

aliquando (adv)

19

proloquor, proloqui, prolocutus sum (DEP)

to speak out

20

fallo, fallere, fefelli, falsus

to deceive, to trick; trip, to cause to fall

21

contendo, contendere, contendi, contentus

to stretch; to strive for/toward

22

mentior, mentiri, mentitus sum (DEP)

to lie, to deceive

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irrisor, irrisoris; m (sometimes inrisor)

mocker, scoffer

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to speak out

proloquor, proloqui, prolocutus sum (DEP)

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to deceive, to trick; trip, to cause to fall

fallo, fallere, fefelli, falsus

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to stretch; to strive for/toward

contendo, contendere, contendi, contentus

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to lie, to deceive

mentior, mentiri, mentitus sum (DEP)

28

mocker, scoffer

irrisor, irrisoris; m (sometimes inrisor)

29

sino, sinere, sivi, situs

to allow, to permit

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inrideo, inridere, inrisi, inrisus

to laugh at, to ridicule

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memini, meminisse, ---, ---

to remember, to keep in mind

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praesum, praeesse, praefui, praefuturus

to be in charge of (w/DAT), to take the lead

33

percutio, percutere, percussi, percussus

to beat, to strike, to pierce

34

to allow, to permit

sino, sinere, sivi, situs

35

to laugh at, to ridicule

inrideo, inridere, inrisi, inrisus

36

to remember, to keep in mind

memini, meminisse, ---, ---

37

to be in charge of (w/DAT), to take the lead

praesum, praeesse, praefui, praefuturus

38

to beat, to strike, to pierce

percutio, percutere, percussi, percussus

39

aemulator, aemulatoris; m

imitator, rival

40

nequaquam (adv)

by no means

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iucundo, iucundare, iucundavi, iucundatus

to please, to delight, to take delight

42

plausus, -us; m

clapping, applause

43

canorus, -a, -um

melodius, harmonius, resonant

44

iracundia, -ae; f

irascibility, passion

45

imitator, rival

aemulator, aemulatoris; m

46

by no means

nequaquam (adv)

47

to please, to delight, to take delight

iucundo, iucundare, iucundavi, iucundatus

48

clapping, applause

plausus, -us; m

49

melodius, harmonius, resonant

canorus, -a, -um

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irascibility, passion

iracundia, -ae; f