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Agmen, -inis, m

procession

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animus, -ī, m

spirit or soul

2

āra, -ae, f

alter

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ārs, artis, f

art, skill

4

auris, -is, f

ear

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caput, -itis, n

head

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dea, -ae, f

goddess

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domus, -ūs, f

home

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filia, -ae, f

daughter

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gratia, -ae, f

thanks

10

hasta, -ae, f

spear

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impetus, -ūs, m

attack

12

īnsula, -ae, f

island

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iter, itineris, n

journey

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lītus, lītoris, n

sea, seashore

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locus, -ī, m

place

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lūna, -ae, f

moon

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manus, ūs, f

hand

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mīles, mīlitis, m

soldier

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mōrs, mortis, f

death

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multitūdō, -inis, f

crowd

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nēmō, -inis, c

nobody

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nox, noctis, f

night

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oculus, -ī, m

eye

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pars, partis, f

part

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perīculum, -ī, n

danger

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praesidium, -ī, n

protection

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precēs, precum, f

prayer

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remedium, -ī, n

Remedy

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sermō, -ōnis, m

conversation

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sonitus, -ūs, m

sound

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umerus, -ī, m

shoulder

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vōx, vōcis, f

voice

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vulnus, vulneris, n

wound

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benignus, -a, -um

kind

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carus, -a, -um

dear

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crūdēlis, -is, -e

cruel

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doctus, -a, -um

educated

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dulcis, -is, -e

sweet

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examimātus, -a, -um

unconscious

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facilis, -is, -e

easy

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invītus, -a, -um

unwilling

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lātus, -a, -um

wide

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maximus, -a, -um

very large

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neglegēns, -nits

careless

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paucī, -ae, -a

few

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pessimus, -a, -um

very bad

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plūrimus, -a, -um

very much

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sacer, -a, -um

sacred

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adīre

to approach

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amāre

to love

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appropinquāre + Dat.

to approach

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arcessere

to summon

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audēre

to dare

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caedere

to kill

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castīgāre

to scold

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coepere

to begin

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cōgitāre

to think

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cognoscere

to find out

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collocāre

to place

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comparāre

to obtain

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cōnficere

to finish

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cōnsistere

to stand firm

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curāre

to supervise

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dēmōnstrāre

to show

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dēspērāre

to despair

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discēdere

to depart

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fluere

to flow

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frangere

to break

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haerēre

to stick

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inferre

to bring in

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irrumpere

to burst in

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līberāre

to set free

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noscere

to recognize

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obstāre + Dat.

to obstruct

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persuādēre + Dat.

to persuade

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pervenīre

to reach

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petere

to head for

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poscere

to demand

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recipere

to recover

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recūsāre

to refuse

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relinquere

to leave

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resistere + Dat.

to resist

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saevīre

to be in rage

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solēre

to be accustomed

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temptāre

to attempt

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vexāre

to annoy

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vīvere

to live

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ā / ab + Abl.

from, by

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bene

well

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dēnique

at last

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diū

for a long time

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fortasse

perhaps

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forte

by chance

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graviter

seriously

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hūc

here

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ibi

there

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illūc

there

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itaque

and so

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libenter

gladly

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māne

in the morning

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nam

for

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numquam

never

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postea

afterwards

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postrēmō

finally, lastly

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prō + Abl.

in front of

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quō?

where to?

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quondam

once

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sicut

like

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sine + Abl.

without

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tam

so

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tot

so many

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vix

hardly