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a, abs, ab

(away) from, by (alb)

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ac, atque

and, also; as, than

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accipio

accipere, accepi, aceptus: to receive, accept; learn, hear

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Acestes, ae

king in Sicily

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actus, a, um

lead, drive, do

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ad

to, forward, at near, about

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adsum esse, fui

to be present, assist

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Aeneas, ae

Trojan Prince

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aequor, aequoris

sea, waves; plan

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age, agite

up! come! lead on!

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agmen, agmeninis

army, line, troop

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ago, agree, ego, actus

lead, drive, do

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ajo, ais, ait

say, speak, asset

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alius, a, ud

other, another, else

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altus, a, um

high, lofty deep

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amor, amoris

love, desire, passion

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Anchises, ae

Trojan prince

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anima, ae

air, breathe, life, soul, shade

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animus, i

soul, spirit, breathe

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ante

before; sooner, previously

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antiquus, a, um

old, aged, former

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ara, arae

alter

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ardeo, ardere, ardarsi, arsus

burn, be eager

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arma, amorum

arms, equipment

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arvu, arvi

plowed land, field, region

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arx, arcis

citadel, fort

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at, ast

but, yet, however

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ater, atra, atrum

black, gloomy

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atque, ac

and, also

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audio, audire, audivi, auditus

hear of, hearken

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aura, aurae

breeze, air; favor; light

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aurum, auri

gold

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aut

or, either

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bellum, belli

war, combat, fight

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caelum, caeli

sky

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campus, campi

plain, field

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capio, capere, cept, captus

take, seize

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caput, capitis

head; summit; life, person

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casus, a, um

chance, misfortune

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cerno, cernere, crevi, cretus

discern, perceive

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circum

around, about, at, near

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clamor, clamoris

shout, roar, applaus

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classis, classis

fleet, army, ship

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comes, comitis

comrade, follower

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conjunx, conjugis

husband, wife

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corpus, corporis

body, corpse, form

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cum (conj)

when, while, since, although

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cum (prep)

with (abl)

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cunctus, a, um

all, whole, entire

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cura, curae

care, anxiety, grief

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cursus, cursus

course, running; haste

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Danaus, a, um

Danann, Greek

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de

(down, away) from, of, concerning, according to

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dea, deae

goddess

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deus, dei

god, divinity, deity

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dexter, dextera, dexterum

right hand, favorable

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dico, dicere, dixi, dictus

to say, speak, tell

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dictum, dicti

word, speech

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Dido, Didonis

legendary founder and queen of Carthage

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dies, diei

day, time, season

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divus, a, um

divine, heavenly, deified

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do, dare, dedi, datus

give forth, grant, allow

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domus, domus

household, home

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donum, doni

gift, offering

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duco, ducere, duxi, ductus

lead, draw, protract

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dum

while, as long as

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e, ex

out of, from, according to (alb)

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ego, mei

I

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eo, ire, ivi, itus

go, proceed, come

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equus, equi

horse, steed

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eripio, eripere, eripui, ereptus

snatch from, tear away

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erro, errare, erravi, erratum

to stray, wander, err

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et

and also, even, too

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facio, facere, feci, factus

to do, make, perform

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fama, famae

fame, report, reputation

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fatum, fati

fate, destiny

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fero, ferre, tuli, latus

to bear, endure

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ferrum, ferri

iron, sword

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fessus, a, um

tired, weary

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finis, finis

end, limit, border

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flamma, flammae

fire, flame

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fluctus, fluctus

wave, tide

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for, fari, fatus

to say, speak, tell

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fors, fortis

chance, fortune

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fortuna, fortunae

fortune

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fuga, fugae

flight, haste, exile

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fugio, fugere, fugi

flee from, escape

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fundo, fundere, fudi, fusus

pour out, shed

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furo, furere, furui

rage, rave

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futurus, a, um

destined, impending

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geminus, a, um

twin, double, two

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genitor, genitoris

begetter, father, sire

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gens, gentis

clan, race

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genus, generis

birth, origin, race

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habeo, habere, habui, habitus

to have, hold

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haud

not, by no means

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heu

alas!

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hic (adv)

here, there, thereupon

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hic, haec, hac

this, that; he, she it

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hinc

from this place

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honos, honoris

honor, glory, reward

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huc

to this place, hither, here

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idem, eadem, idem

same, the same

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ignis, ignis

fire, flame, light

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ille, illa, illud

that, he, she it

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immanis, immane

huge, monstrous

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imperium, imperii

command, power

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imus, a, um

superlative of infernus

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infelix, infelicis

unfortunate

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inferus, a, um

low, below, underneath

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ingens, ingentis

enormous, mighty, huge

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inter

between, among

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ipse, ipsa, ipsum

self; very

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ira, irae

wrath, rage

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is, ea, id

this, that; he, she it

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jam

now, already, finally

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Jovis, Jovi

Jupiter

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jubeo, jubere, jussi, jussus

command, order, bid

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Juno, Junonis

queen of the gods

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labor, laboris

labor, hardship

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lacrima, lacrimae

tear, compassion

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laetus, a, um

happy

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limen, liminis

threshold, doorway

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litus, litoris

shore, strand, coast

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locus, loci

place, region

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longus, aum

long, wide, distant

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lumen, luminis

light, lamp; eye; life

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lux, lucis

light, sun, day

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magnus, a, um

great, large, huge

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major, majus

comparative of magnus

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maneo, manere, mansi, mansus

to remain, abide

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manus, manus

hand; band, troop

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mare, maris

sea

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mater, matris

mother

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maximus

superlative of magnus

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medius, a, um

middle

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mens, mentis

mind

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meus, a, um

my own, mine

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miser, misera, miserum

miserable, unhappy

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mitto, mittere, misi, missus

send, hurl, dismiss

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moenia, moenium

walls, city

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mons, montis

mountain

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mors, mortis

death, destruction

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moveo, movere, movi, motus

move, ponder

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multus, a, um

much, many, abundant

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munus, muneris

function, duty

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nam, namque

for; indeed, truly

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natus, nati

son, child, young

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navis, navis

ship, boat, vessel

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neque, nec

nor, neither, and not

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nomen, nominis

name, fame

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non

not, no

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noster, nostra, nostrum

our, ours

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novus, a, um

new, young, strange

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nox, noctis

night, darkness

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nullus, a, um

none, no, no one

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numen, numinis

divinity, power

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nunc

but now, soon, as it is

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oculus, oculi

eye

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olle

odd forms of ille

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omnis, omne

all, every, whole, universal

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ora, orae

shore, coast, region

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os, oris

mouth, face; speech

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parens, parentis

parent, ancestor

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paro, parare, paravi, paratum

to prepare, make

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pars, partis

part, portion

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pater, patris

father

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patrius, a, um

paternal, ancestral

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pectus, pectoris

breast, heart, soul

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pelagus, pelagi

sea, flood, waves

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per

through, by means of, over, amoung

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pes, pedis

foot

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peto, petere, petivi, petitus

to seek, attack, aim

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pius, a, um

devoted, loyal

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plures

comparative of multus

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plurimus

superlative of multus

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plus

comparative of multus

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poena, poenae

punishment, penalty

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pono, ponere, posui, positus

put, place, found, establish

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portus, portus

port, harbor, haven

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possum, posse, potui

to be able to, can, avail

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primus, a, um

first, foremost, chief

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procul

far, at a distance

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puer, pueri

boy, child

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puppis, puppis

stern; ship, vessel

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quaero, quaerere, quaesivi, quaesitus

seek, miss, inquire

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qui, quae, quod

who, which, what

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quis, quid,

who? which?

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quondam

some time, formerly

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refero, referre, rettuli, relatum

bear back, restore, carry off

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regina, reginae

queen

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regnum, regni

royal power, kingom

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relinquo, relinquere, relique, relictus

leave, desert, surrender

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remus, remi

oar

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res, rei

thing

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rex, regis

king

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rue, ruere, rui, ruitus

fall, rush, sink

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sacer, sacra, sacrum

sacred, holy, consecrated

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sanguis, sanguinis

blood; race, descendant

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saxum, saxi

stone, rock

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sed

but, moreover

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sedes, sedis

seat; abode, habitation

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sequor, sequi, secutus

to follow

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servo, servare, servavi, servatum

to observe, watch

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si

whether, if, in case that

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sic

thus, so, in this manner

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sidus, sideris

star, constellation, meteor

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silva, silvae

forest, wood

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simul

at the same time, together

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socius, socii

ally, comrade

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solus, a, um

alone, only, lonely

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somnus, somni

sleep, slumber

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sto, stare, steti, status

stand, halt, endure

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sub

from under, close to, beneath

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subeo, subire, subivi, subitus

to go under, bear

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sui

of himself

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sum, esse, fui, futurus

to be, exist

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summus

superlative of superus

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super

above, beyond, left, in addition

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superus, a, um

higher, above

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supremus,a ,um

superlative of superus

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surgo, surgere, surrexi, surrectus

to raise, to rise

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talis, tale

such, of such short

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tandem

at length, finally

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tantus, a, um

so great, so much

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tectum, tecti

roof, house

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tellus, telluris

earth, land, country

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telum, teli

weapon, wound

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tempus, temporis

time; occasion

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tendo, tendere, tetendi, tentus

to stretch, hasten, strive

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teneo, tenere, tenui, tentus

to have, hold, restrain

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terra, terrae

land, earth

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tollo, tollere, sustuli, sublatus

to lift, to raise

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totus, a, um

all, every, whole

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traho, trahere, traxi, tractus

to drag, draw

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tristis, triste

sad, unhappy

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tu, tui

you

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tum, tunc

then, at that time

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tuus, a, um

yours, your own

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ubi

where, when

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ullus, a, um

anyone, any

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umbra, umbrae

shade, shadow

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umerus, umeri

shoulder

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unda, undae

wave, billow

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urbs, urbis

city, town

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vastus, a, um

desolate, vast

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vates, vatis

prophet, seer

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velum, veli

cloth, canvas

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venio, venire, veni, ventus

to come, go

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ventus, venti

wind, breeze

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via, viae

road, way

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victor, victoris

victorious

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video, videre, vidi, visus

to see, perceive

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vinco, vincere, vici, victus

to conquer, surpass

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vir, viri

man

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vis, vis

power, force, violence

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vita, vitae

life, soul

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vix

scarecely, feebly

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voco, vocare, vocavi, vocatum

to call, name, address

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volo, velle, volui,

to will, wish

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volvo, volvere, volvi, volutus

to revovle, to undergo

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vox, vocis

voice, word