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nata

natae, f.
daughter

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nepos

nepotis, c.
grandchild, descendant

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nemus

nemoris, n.
woodland, grove

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cervix

cervicis, f.
the neck

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votum

voti, n.
prayer

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osculum

osculi, n.
kiss, lips

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tellus

telluris, f.
land, earth

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morsus

morsus, m.
bite

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foris

foris, f.
door, entrance

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saevus

saeva, saevum
fierce, savage, cruel

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tumidus

tumida, tumidum
swollen

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exosus

exosa, exosum
hating, detesting (with ACC)

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blandus

blanda, blandum
coaxing, flattering

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ocior

ocior, ocius (comparative)
swifter

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asper

aspera, asperum
rough, harsh

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cuspis

cuspidis, f.
sharp point, tip

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adversus

adversa, adversum
opposite to, facing

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tenuis

tenuis, tenue
slender, thin

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modo

only, merely, just now

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protinus

immediately

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velut

just as, just like; as if

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nimium

too much, excessively

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sterno

sternere, stravi, stratum
lay out, spread; lay low

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fugo

fugare, fugavi, fugatum
put to flight, drive away

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fulgeo

fulgere, fulsi, fulsurus
shine brightly, gleam

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laedo

laedere, laesi, laesum
harm, wound, injure

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obsequor

obsequi, obsecutus sum
comply with, obey

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fallo

fallere, fefelli, falsum
deceive, trick

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prosum

prodesse, profui, -----
be useful, help

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spargo

spargere, sparsi, sparsum
scatter, sprinkle

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complector

complecti, complexus sum
embrace, hug

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gradus

gradus, m.
step, pace

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vicinia

viciniae, f.
vicinity; nearness

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paries

parietis, m.
wall

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facies

faciei, f.
appearance; shape

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tectum

tecti, n.
roof; house

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arvum

arvi, n.
field

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antrum

antri, n.
cave

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amictus

amictus, m.
mantle, cloak

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rupes

rupis, f.
rocky cliff, crag

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ictus

ictus, m.
stroke, blow

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ensis

ensis, m.
sword

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letum

leti, n.
death, destruction

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tutus

tuta, tutum
safe, secure

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gelidus

gelida, gelidum
cold, icy

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niveus

nivea, niveum
snow-white, snowy

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idem

eadem, idem
the same

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ater

atra, atrum
black, dark

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exiguus

exigua, exiguum
small, slight

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cingo

cingere, cinxi, cinctum
surround, encircle

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veto

vetare, vetui, vetitum
forbid

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tego

tegere, texi, tectum
cover; hide, conceal

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obsto

obstare, obstiti, obstaturus
face; obstruct (with DAT)

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queror

queri, questus sum
complain

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divello

divellere, divelli, divulsum
tear apart

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prosum

prodesse, profui, -----
be useful, help

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invideo

invidere, invidi, invisum
envy; begrudge (with DAT)

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requiesco

requiescere, requievi, requieturus
rest, lie at rest

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aetas

aetatis, f.
age, time of life

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superi

superorum, m. (pl)
the gods above

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vertex

verticis, m.
whirlpool; top (of head)

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tectum

tecti, n.
roof, house

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sedile

sedilis, n.
seat, bench

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radix

radicis, f.
root

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lac

lactis, n.
milk

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stramen

straminis, n.
straw

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iudicium

iudici, n.
judgement, decision

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tepidus

tepida, tepidum
warm, tepid

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hesternus

hesterna, hesternum
of yesterday

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vilis

vilis, vile
cheap, worthless

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impar

imparis*
unequal, uneven

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aequatus

aequata, aequatum
leveled

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cavus

cava, cavum
hollow, porous

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unicus

unica, unicum
sole, single

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vanus

vana, vanum
empty, foolish

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probo

probare, probavi, probatum
approve, command

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efficio

efficere, effeci, effectum
make, produce

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defero

deferre, detuli, delatum
bring down

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seco

secare, secui, sectum
sever, cut, slice

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concutio

concutere, concussi, concussum
shake

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indignor

indignari, indignatus sum
regard as unworthy, be offended

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caelo

caelare, caelavi, caelatum
engrave, emboss

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caleo

calere, calui, -----
be hot, warm

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repleo

replere, replevi, repletum
refill, replenish

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subeo

subire, subii, subitum
go underneath, come upon

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possum

posse, potui, -----
be able, can

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cupio

cupere, cupivi, cupitum
wish, desire

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volo

velle, volui, -----
wish, be willing

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nolo

nolle, nolui, -----
not wish, be unwilling

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malo

malle, malui, -----
prefer

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iubeo

iubere, iussi, iussum
order

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debeo

debere, debui, debitum
owe, ought

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prohibeo

prohibere, prohibui, prohibitum
prevent

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audeo

audere, ausus sum
dare

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coepi

coepisse
began (perfect only)

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conor

conari, conatus sum
try, attempt

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tempto

temptare, temptavi, temptatum
try, attempt

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videor

videri, visus sum
seem

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constituo

constituere, constitui, constitutum
decide

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maturo

maturare, maturavi maturatum
hurry, hasten

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dico

dicere, dixi, dictum
say, tell

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nego

negare, negavi, negatum
deny

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nuntio

nuntiare, nuntiavi, nuntiatum
announce, report

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narro

narrare, narravi, narratum
tell, narrate

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respondeo

respondere, respondi, responsum
answer, respond

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scribo

scribere, scripsi, scriptum
write

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ostendo

ostendere, ostendi, ostentum
display, show

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demonstro

demonstrare, demonstravi, demonstratum
point out, demonstrate

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scio

scire, scivi, scitum
know

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nescio

nescire, nescivi, nescitum
not know

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intellego

intellegere, intellexi, intellectum
understand

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cognosco

cognoscere, cognovi, cognotum
learn, know, recognise

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puto

putare, putavi, putatum
think

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spero

sperare, speravi, speratum
hope

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credo

credere, credidi, creditum
believe, think (with DAT)

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arbitror

arbitrari, arbitratus sum
think

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video

videre, vidi, visum
see

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audio

audire, audivi, auditum
hear, listen to

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sentio

sentire, sensi, sensum
feel, realise

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appropinquo

appropinquare, appropinquavi, appropinquatum
approach

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desum

deesse, defui, defuturus
fail

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bellum infero

inferre, intuli, illatum
make war on

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occurro

occurrere, occurri, occursurus
meet

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praecipio

praecipere, praecepi, praeceptum
instruct

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praeficio

praeficere, praefeci, praefectu,
put ACC in command of DAT

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praesum

praeesse, praefui, -----
be in command of, be in charge of

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credo

credere, credidi, creditum
believe

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faveo

favere, favi, fautum
favour

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placeo

placere, placui, placitum
please

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confido

confidere, confisus sum
trust

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impero

imperare, imperavi, imperatum
command, order

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pareo

parere, parui, pariturus
obey

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ignosco

ignoscere, ignovi, ignotum
pardon

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persuadeo

persuadere, persuasi, persuasum
persuade

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resisto

resistere, resisti, -----
resist

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servio

servire, servivi, servitum
serve

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parco

parcere, peperci, parsum
spare

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noceo

nocere, nocui, nocitum
harm, injure

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invideo

invidere, invidi, -----
envy

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minor

minari, minatus sum
threaten

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fio

fieri, factus sum
become

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auxilium

auxili, n.
help, aid

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praesidium

praesidi, n.
protection, guard

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impedimentum

impedimenti, n.
hindrance

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subsidium

subsidi, n.
reinforcement

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usus

usus, m.
use, advantage, advantageous, useful

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cura

curae, f.
care

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milia

milium, n.
thousands

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nihil

n. (indecl.)
nothing, no

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aliquid

alicuius, n.
something, some, anything, any

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plus

(adv. of amount)
more

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satis (sa)

enough, sufficient

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mille

(indecl.)
a thousand

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omnis

omnis, omne
all, every

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reliquus

reliqua, reliquum
rest of

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summus

summa, summum
top of

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medius

media, medium
middle of

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extremus

extrema, extremum
end of

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pauci

paucae, pauca
a few (of)

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quidam

quaedam, quoddam
certain (of)

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similis

similis, simile
similar, like

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peritus

perita, peritum
skilled in

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avidus

avida, avidum
eager for, desirous of

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cupidus

cupida, cupidum
eager for, desirous of