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lacrima, -ae

f. tear

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verēcundia, -ae

f. modesty, deference, respect for others

3

adhibeō, adhibēre, adhibuī, adhibitum

to hold out, extend; apply, practice

4

pūpa, -ae

f. girl; doll

5

iūdicō (1)

to judge

6

supplicō (1)

to pray (to)

7

mundus, -a, -um

clean; elegant, refined; nice, tidy

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blandus, - a, -um

charming, pleasant

9

maledīcus, -a, -um

evil-speaking, slanderous, abusive

10

cōnsultus, -a, -um

skilled, learned; deliberate, prudent

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suspīrum, -ī

n. sigh; a person sighed over, heartthrob

12

decus, decoris

n. high esteem, honor, glory

13

lucrum, -ī

n. material gain, profit

14

sempiternus, -a, -um

perpetual, everlasting, enduring

15

parō (1)

to furnish, provide; prepare, prepare (oneself) for

16

iūsiūrandum, -ī

n. oath

17

calvus, -a, -um

bald

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rūfus, -a, -um

red, tawny, red-haired

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luscus, -a, -um

blind in one eye, one-eyed

20

aerārium, -ī

treasury, money in the treasury

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glaber, -bra, -brum

hairless, beardless, smooth, bald; effeminate

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pilicrepus, -ī

ballplayer; ballgame referee/scorekeeper

23

pila, -ae

ball

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ignōscō, ignōscere, ignōvī, ignōtum

to grant pardon to, pardon, forgive

25

habitō (1)

to live (in), dwell

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materia, -ae

f. building material; object of study; subject matter

27

opus, operis

n. work; workmanship

28

aliēnus, -a, -um

belonging to another, another's; foreign

29

aberrō (1)

to wander away, stray from; get away from

30

obsideō, obsidēre, obsēdī, obsessum

to sit down; occupy, besiege; beset, assail, control

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aeger, -gra, -grum

sick, unhealthy

32

mānēs, mānium

m.pl. shade, ghost, spirit

33

dī mānēs

spirits of the dead

34

situs, -a, -um

stored, deposited; laid in the grave, buried

35

fulguriātor, fulguriātōris

m. interpreter of omens from lightning

36

fulgur, fulguris

n. lightning

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pallium

outer garment typically worn by Greek men

38

iniūria, -ae

f. injustice, injury, wrong

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oblīviō, oblīvionis

f. forgetting

40

ūniversus, -a, -um

whole, entire; pl. all without exception

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calamitās, calamitātis

f. disaster; misfortune

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coniūnx, coniugis

m/f spouse

43

existimātiō, existimātiōnis

f. opinion; opinion about a person, reputation; good reputation, good name

44

loculus, -ī

m. box (for storing valuables), cashbox

45

ligneus, -a, -um

wooden

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supersum, superesse, superfuī, superfutūrum

to be left over, remain

47

faex, faecis

f. residue, dregs

48

mūnus, mūneris

n. gift, present

49

sacer, -cra, -crum

consecrated to a deity, sacred (to)

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concordia, -ae

f. agreement, harmony

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inīquus, -a, -um

unfair, unjust

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rīvālitās, rīvālitātis

f. rivalry

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cognātus, -ī

m. kinsman, relative

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patrōnus, -ī

m. patron; guardian, defender

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ōtiōsus, -a, -um

not busy, having nothing to do, idle

56

morātor, morātōris

m., one who hinders, delayer; one who lingers, loiterer

57

nōbilitās, nōbilitātis

f. nobility

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ūnīcus, -a, -um

one and only, sole; unique

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prophēta, -ae

m. prophet

60

sapiō, sapere, sapīvī

to have good taste; have good sense, be wise

61

stupor, stupōris

m. numbness; dullness, stupidity; stupid person

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diadēma, diadēmatis

n. diadem, crown

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aedīlis, aedīlis

m. aedile, Roman or provincial magistrate in charge of public works and entertainment

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prōlētārius, -ī

m. proletarian, member of lowest citizen class

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unguentāriī

ointment makers/sellers

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conveniō, convenīre, convēnī, conventum

to come together, assemble, meet

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fastīdiō, fastīdīre, fastīdīvī, fastīdītum

to show aversion to, loathe; scorn, turn away from

68

sinō, sinere, sīvī, situm

to allow, permit

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pēs, pedis

m. lower leg, foot

70

vestis, vestis

f. personal attire, dress, clothes

71

generōsus, -a, -um

high-born, noble

72

nūtriō, nūtrīre, nūtrīvī, nūtrītum

to feed at the breast, nurse; nourish

73

meretrīx, meretrīcis

f. courtesan, prostitute

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alea, -ae

f. game of chance, gambling

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ērudiō, ērudīre, ērudīvī, ērudītum

to instruct, train, educate

76

rudis

rough, crude, unpolished

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nūgae, -ārum

f.pl. worthlessness, absurdity; nonsense; worthless stuff, trash

78

bonitās, bonitātis

f. moral excellence, goodness; kindness, benevolence

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belva, -ae

f. beast, wild animal; monster, brute

80

vestustās, vetustātis

f. condition of being old, age; people, institutions of the distant past, antiquity

81

pudor, pudōris

m. (sense of) shame, decency, modesty; scrupulousness

82

natō (1)

to swim

83

flātus, -ūs (4th decl.)

m. wind

84

soleō, solēre, solitus sum

to be accustomed

85

dēcipiō, dēcipere, dēcēpī, dēceptum

to deceive

86

sēpe

= saepe; standard spelling in medieval Latin

87

cacō (1)

to defecate

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pertinēre

to pertain to, relate to, concern

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dēsinō, dēsinere, dēsīvī, dēsitum

to cease, leave off

90

līberta, -ae

f. freedwoman

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nēquitia, -ae

f. moral depravity, vice

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capillus, -ī

m. hair

93

fingō, fingere, fīnxī, fictum

to make by shaping, form; create, invent

94

psittacus, -ī

m. parrot

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pōmārius, -ī

m. fruit seller

96

sepultūra, -ae

f. burial

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contrārius, -a, -um

opposite, reverse; contrary

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foedus, -a, -um

offensive, foul; shameful, disgraceful

99

tacitus, -a, -um

silent; unspoken, secret, hidden

100

clam

adv. secretly, stealthily

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salsus, -a, -um

salted, preserved with salt; salt

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iecur, iecoris

n. liver

103

coquō, coquere, coxī, coctum

to prepare food, cook

104

terō, terere, trīvī, trītum

to rub

105

piper, piperis

n. pepper

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sāl, salis

m. salt; wit

107

addō, addere, addidī, additum

to attach to, add

108

oleum, -ī

n. olive oil

109

lepus, leporis

m. hare, rabbit

110

haedus, -ī

young goat, kid

111

agnus, -ī

m. lamb

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pullus, -ī

m. young animal; young bird, chick; young chicken, pullet

113

fōrmella, -ae

f. diminuitive form of fōrma, small shaped object; small form

114

piscis, piscis

m. fish

115

viridis, -e

green

116

adiciō, adicere, adiēcī, adiectum

to throw at, throw on, add

117

canō, canere, cecinī, cantum

to sing (about)

118

lībertus, -ī

m. freed slave, freedman

119

anima, -ae

f. air (breathed by animal), breath; life, soul, spirit

120

āēr, āeris

m. air (as a substance, one of the four elements)

121

dīvus, -a, -um

divine, deified

122

frōns, frontis

f. forehead, brow, front; expression, outward appearance

123

paenula (pēnula), -ae

f. hooded cloak, generally of wool and intended for rainy or wintry weather

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dēterō, dēterere, dētrīvī, dētrītum

to wear down, wear out

125

umbra, -ae

f. shade, shadow; ghost

126

causidicus, -ī

m. pleader of cases, lawyer

127

praecō, praecōnis

m. auctioneer (viewed vulgar and disreputable)

128

fatuē

adv. stupidly, foolishly

129

suāvis, -e

sweet; pleasant, delightful

130

verna, -ae

m. homeborn slave (i.e., slave born in household)

131

reus, -ī

m. accused person, defendant

132

testis, testis

m. witness

133

aliquandō

sometimes, occasionally

134

venus, veneris

f. love, passion

135

perennis, -e

lasting through the years, enduring

136

crīmen, crīminis

n. charge, accusation, crime, misdeed

137

nīmīrum

without doubt, of course

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concupīscō, concupīscere, concupīvī, concupītum

to desire ardently, long for, covet

139

mītigō (1)

to soften; mollify, reconcile

140

sānābilis, -e

capable of being healed, curable

141

bōlētus, -ī

m. mushroom

142

argentum, -ī

n. silver

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aurum, -ī

n. gold

144

laena, -ae

f. cloak, mantle, typically woolen

145

crūdēlis, -e

cruel

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cūnctus, -a, -um

= omnis, -e

147

valdē

vigorously, powerfully; extremely, exceedingly

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lātus, -a, -um

wide, broad

149

spatiōsus, -a, -um

wide, extensive; expansive

150

perditiō, perditiōnis

f. destruction, ruin

151

intrō (1)

to walk into, enter

152

perīcla

= perīcula, common sort of contraction

153

lēniō, lēnīre, lēnīvī, lēnītum

to make less violent, assuage; appease, calm, comfort

154

domō, domāre, domuī, domitum

to subdue, subjugate; control, tame

155

diuturnitās, diuturnitātis

f. passage of a long period of time, lapse of time

156

prōcēdō, prōcēdere, prōcessī, prōcessum

to go forth, advance

157

rādị̄x, rādīcis

f. root, source, origin

158

cithara, -ae

f. cithara, lyre

159

citharoedus, -ī

m. one who sings and plays the lyre, lyreplayer, lyrist

160

assiduus, -a, -um

settled at/on a place; constantly present, unremitting

161

tormentum, -ī

n. rope made of twisted fibers; twisting; torture, torment

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prāvus, -a, -um

not straight, crooked; corrupt, debased

163

intestīnus, -a, -um

occurring within a country, civil, domestic, internal

164

caedēs, caedis

f. killing, slaughter

165

rapīna, -ae

f. forcible carrying off of property, plunder, kidnapping

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exerceō, exercēre, exercuī, exercitum

to train by practice, exercise; to occupy, spend (time)

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parum

n. indecl. insufficient amount, little, too little