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sum, esse, eram (i), fuï (p)

irr, I am

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superö, superäre, superävï,

1, I overcome

3

discëdö, discëdere, discessï,

3, I go away, depart

4

legö, legere, lëgï,

3, I read

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crëdö, crëdere, crëdidi

+ dat, 3, I believe, trust

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prömittö, prömittere, prömïsï,

3, I promise

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effciö, efficere, effëcï

3, I effect, carry out

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deinde

adv, then, next

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enim

adv, for

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igitur

adv, and so, therefore

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tamen

adv, however, but

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höra, -ae

nf, hour

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pecünia, -ae

nf, money

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divitiae, -ärum

nfpl, riches

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candidätus

-ï, nm, candidate

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numerus

nm, number

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örätiö, örätiönis

nf, speech

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örätiönem habëre

to make a speech

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vulnus, vulneris

nn, wound

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candidus, -a, -um

adj, white

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optimus, -a, -um

adj, best

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pessimus, -a, -um

adj, worst

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vërus, -a, -um

adj, true

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vëra dïcere

to speak the truth

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gravis, grave

adj, heavy, serious

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cum

conj, when

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absum, abesse, äfuï

+ abl, irr, I am away from

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discö, discere, didicï

3, I learn

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fleö, flëre, flëvï

2, I weep

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ineö, inïre, iniï

4, I enter, begin

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tränseö, tränsïre, tränsiï

4, I cross

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studeö, studëre, studuï

+ dat, 2, I study

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valëre iubeö

I bid goodbye to

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vendö, vendere, vendidï

3, I sell

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cönspiciö, cönspicere, cönspexï

3io, I catch sight of

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sine

+ abl, prep, without

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lacrima, -ae

nf, tear

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silva, -ae

nf, forest

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annus, - i

nm, year

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ignis, ignis

nm, fire

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iter, itineris

nn, journey

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tempus, temporis

nn, time

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vër, vëris

nn, spring

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diës, diëï

nm, day

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longus, -a, -um

adj, long

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longë

adv, far

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adhüc

adv, still, yet

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tam

adv, so

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agö, agere, ëgï

3, I do; I drive

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claudö, claudere, clausï

3, I shut

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aperiö, aperïre, aperuï

4, I open

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apertus, -a, -um

adj, open

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altus, -a, -um

adj, high (vert. distance)

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cönfectus, -a, -um

adj, finished

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invïtus, -a, -um

adj, unwilling

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medius, -a, -um

adj, middle

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sacer, sacra, sacrum

adj, sacred

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vacuus, -a, -um

adj, empty

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difficilis, difficile

adj, difficult

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aedificium, - ï

nn, building

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vestïmenta, - örum

nnpl, clothes

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Iuppiter, Iovis

nm, Jupiter

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continuö

adv, immediately

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hüc...illüc

adv, this way and that

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paene

adv, nearly

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ubïque

adv, everywhere

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exträ

+ acc, prep, outside

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ubi

conj, where

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apello, apellare, apellavi, apellatum

I call by name

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recito, recitare, recitaci, recitatum

I recite

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rideo, ridere, risi, risum

I laugh

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induo, induere, indui, indutum

I put on

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intellego, intellegere, intellexi, intellectum

I understand

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poeta, -ae

poet

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gratiae, -arum

thanks

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gratias ago

I give thanks

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schola, -ae

school

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discipulus, -i

pupil

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liber, libri

book

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gradus, gradus

step

81

manus, manus

hand

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versus, versus

verse

83

vultus, vultus

facial expression

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rectus, -a, -um

straight

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recte

correctly

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severus, -a, -um

severe

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facilis, -is, -e

easy

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facile

easily

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salve, salvete

greetings!

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sino, sinere, sivi, situm

I allow

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viso, visere, visi, visum

I visit

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conficio, conficere, confeci, confectum

I finish

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intersum, interesse, interfui

I am among

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clarus, -a, -um

clear, famous

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ingeniosus, -a, -um

talented

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latus, -a, -um

wide

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praeterea

moreover

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aliquis, aliquid

someone, something

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epistola, epistolae

letter

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dominus, -i

master

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atrium, -i

hall

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ingenium, -i

talents

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studium, -i

study subjects

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tablinum, -i

study room

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aedes, aedium

house

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orator, oratoris

speaker

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soror, sororis

sister

108

dies, diei

day

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meridies, meridiei

midday

110

cotidie

everyday

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res, rei

thing, property

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respublica, reipublicae

the republic

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re vera

in truth

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spes, spei

hope

115

spero, sperare, speravi

I hope

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volo, volare, volavi

I fly

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faveo, favere, favi

I favor

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pareo, parere, parui

I obey

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frango, frangere, fregi

I break

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perdo, perdere, perdidi

I lose, destroy

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rapio, rapere, rapui

I snatch

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quo?

where to?

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turba

crowd

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ludi

the games

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signum

sign

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vesper

evening

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casus

mishap

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currus

chariot

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cursus

a course

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contentus

content

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fractus

broken

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maximus

greatest

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plurimus

very many

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nobilis

noble

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talis

such

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vetus

old

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retineo, retinere, retinui

hold back

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refero, referre, rettuli

carry back, report

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insum, inesse, infui

to be in, be among

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malo, malle, malui

prefer

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paulisper

for a little (time)

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unde?

whence? from where

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undique

from all sides

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mora, morae

f; delay

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nimium, nimii (+Gen)

n; too much

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balnea, balneorum

n pl; baths

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anxietas, anxietatis

f; anxiety

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celeritas, celeritatis

f; speed

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aeger, aegra, aegrum

sick, ill

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numero, numerare

to count

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caveo, cavere, cavi

to beware of

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praetereo, praeterire, praeterii

to go past, pass

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provideo, providere, providi

to foresee

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veho, vehere, vexi

to carry

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fio, fieri

to become

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denique

lastly, finally

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magnopere

greatly

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quam

than

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quamquam

although

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inimicus, inimici

m; enemy

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spectaculum, spectaculi

n; show

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cliens, clientis

m; client, dependant

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ordo, ordinis

m; rank, line, order

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spectator, spectatoris

m; spectator

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genus, generis

n; race, kind, sort

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conspectus, conspectus

m; sight, view

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superbus, superba, superbum

proud

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crudelis, crudele

cruel

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ferox, ferocis

fierce

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luceo, lucere, luxi

to shine

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sumo, sumere, sumpsi

to take (up), put on

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diligentia, diligentiae

f; care, diligence

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litterae, litterarum

letters, literature

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campus, campi

m; plain, field

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facilitas, facilitatis

f; ease, facility

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lex, legis

law

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multitudo, multitudinis

f; multitude, crowd

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ius, iuris;

n; right, justice

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tumultus, tumultus

m; riot, uproar

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brevis, brevis, breve

short

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insignis, insignis, insigne

outstanding, distinguished

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puerilis, puerilis, puerile

of boys, childish

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virilis, virilis, virile

of men, manly

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toga virilis

the toga of manhood

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quam + superlative

as... as possible

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ardeo
ardere
arsi

I burn

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accidit

it happens

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ferio

I strike

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pervenio

I arrive

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num?

surely not

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satis

enough

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pro

in front of
on behalf of

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causa

cause

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gladius

sword

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tyrannus

tyrant

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theatrum

theature

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pars

part

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timor

fear

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caput

head

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armatus

armed

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quantus

how great?

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ultimus

furthest
last

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multitudo, multitudinis

f; multitude, crowd

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ius, iuris;

n; right, justice

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tumultus, tumultus

m; riot, uproar

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brevis, brevis, breve

short

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insignis, insignis, insigne

outstanding, distinguished

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puerilis, puerilis, puerile

of boys, childish

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virilis, virilis, virile

of men, manly

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toga virilis

the toga of manhood

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quam + superlative

as... as possible

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ardeo
ardere
arsi

I burn

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accidit

it happens

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ferio

I strike

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pervenio

I arrive

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num?

surely not

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satis

enough

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pro

in front of
on behalf of

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causa

cause

220

gladius

sword

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tyrannus

tyrant

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theatrum

theature

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pars

partis

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timor

fear

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caput

head

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armatus

armed

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quantus

how great?

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ultimus

furthest
last