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1

remedium, remediī, n.

1. *remedy, cure*
2. medicine
3. aid, assistance

2

vulnus, vulneris, n.

1. wound, injury

3

effluō, effluere, effluxī (no passive)

1. (intransitive, of liquids) *I flow or run forth or out*; escape.
2. (intransitive, in general) I go out, issueforth.
3. (intransitive) I vanish, disappear, melt away.
4. (intransitive, figuratively) I pass away, vanish, disappear.
5. (intransitive) I leak out, become known,transpire.

4

sānō, sānāre, sānāvī, sānātum

1. *I heal, cure.*
2. (figuratively) I restore, repair, correct.

5

scindō, scindere, scidī, scissum

1. *I cut, tear, rend or break asunder*; carve; split, divide or separate by force.
2. I tear off one's travelling cloak; urge or press one to stay.
3. I part, separate, divide.
4. I destroy.
5. I distract, agitate, disturb.

6

dēligō, dēligāre, dēligāvī, dēligātum

1. I *bind or tie* together or up
2. I bandage

7

lectus, lectī, m.

1. bed
2. couch, sofa

8

numerus, numerī, m.

1. *number*
2. A collection, quantity
3. (figuratively) rank, position
4. (music) time, rhythm

9

arānea, arāneae, f.

1. spider
2. *spider's web*, cobweb
3. (figuratively) threads similar to spiders' webs

10

tollō, tollere, sustulī, sublātum

1. *I raise, lift up, elevate*
2. I remove, take away
3. I destroy, abolish

11

collocō, collocāre, collocāvī, collocātum

1. *I place*, put, set in order.
2. I put together, assemble.
3. I settle.

12

prōvideō, prōvidēre, prōvīdī, prōvīsum

1. *I foresee.*
2. I am cautious; I act with foresight.
3. I provide, see to.
4. I look after, care for.

13

nefāstus, nefāsta, nefāstum

1. wicked, irreligious, profane, impious, *dreadful*
2. (of a day) unpropitious, inauspicious, unsuitable for sessions of public assemblies or courts

14

certus, certa, certum

1. *certain, infallible*
2. fixed, settled, firm
3. resolved, determined
4. sure

15

vērus, vēra, vērum

1. *true, real*
2. proper, suitable
3. right, just

16

medicus, medicī, m.

1. a *doctor*, physician, surgeon

17

mūs, muris, m.f.

1. A *mouse* or rat

18

niger, nigra, nigrum

1. black

19

captus, capta, captum

1. *captured, having been captured*, seized, having been seized, taken, having been taken
2. taken on, having been taken on
3. taken in, having been taken in, understood, having been understood

20

dissecō, dissecāre, dissecāvī, dissecātum

1. *I cut into pieces*; I dissect, dismember

21

languidus, languida, languidum

1. faint, *weak, feeble*, dull, languid
2. sluggish, slow
3. ill, sick, unwell
4. (figuratively) inactive, inert, listless

22

dissectus, dissecta, dissectum

1. *cut up, dismembered*

23

magicus, magica, magicum

1. magic, magical

24

spongia, spongiae, f.

1. *A sponge.*
2. (by extension) pumice, or other things resembling a sponge.

25

acētum, acētī, n.

1. *vinegar*
2. (figuratively) wit, shrewdness

26

summergō, summergere, summersī, summersum

1. I sink, overwhelm, submerge, submerse, *dip*

27

recidō, recidere, reccidī, recāsum

1. *I fall back*, return (especially of an evil).
2. I recoil.
3. I fall upon, happen to

28

fervēns, m.f.n., ferventis

1. hot
2. burning, raging, fiery
3. *boiling*
4. vehement; zealous
5. impetuous

29

forceps, forcipis, f.

1. (pair of) tongs, pincers, forceps

30

cutis, cutis, f.

1. *living skin*
2. rind, surface
3. hide, leather

31

cōnserō, cōnserere, cōnsēvī, cōnsatum

1. I sow or plant with or in.
2. I sow, plant, or *stitch*.

32

fascia, fasciae, f.

1. band, *bandage*, swathe, strip, ribbon

33

lātus, lāta, lātum

1. *wide*, broad
2. spacious, extensive

34

quiēscō, quiēscere, quiēvī, quiētum

1. I *rest*, sleep, repose.
2. I cause to cease, stop, render quiet.
3. (especially of inanimate objects) I am still or quiet, lie still.
4. I remain neutral, abstain from action, keep quiet, stand by.
5. (in speech) I make a pause.
6. (figuratively) I suffer or allow quietly; permit.
7. (figuratively) I cease, leave off or desist from something.

35

nātūra, nātūrae, f.

1. nature, quality of a thing
2. character, temperament, inclination
3. *nature*, the natural world
4. (literally, rare) birth

36

familiāriter, familiārissimē

1. familiarly, *closely, intimately*; on friendly terms

37

afflīgō, afflīgere, afflīxī, afflīctum

1. I strike, beat, dash (against); cast or throw down, prostrate.
2. I *afflict, hurt* damage, injure, crush, break or ruin.
3. I humble, weaken or vex.
4. I overthrow.

38

domī (adv)

1. at home, in the house

39

impiger, impigra, impigrum

1. active, *energetic, lively*, diligent

40

aliquandō (adv)

1. sometime, *sometimes*
2. finally

41

athēniēnsis m.f., athēniēnse, n.

1. Athenian

42

irrumpō, irrumpere, irrūpī, irruptum.

1. I intrude.
2. I storm into; dash into, *burst in*.
3. I invade.
4. I impose myself.
5. I infringe; violate; break.

43

arcessō, arcessere, arcessīvī, arcessītum

1. I *send for*, call, invite, *summon*, fetch.
2. I summon or arraign someone before a court of justice; accuse, inform against.

44

ars, artis, f.

1. *art*, skill

45

crūdēlis m.f., crūdēle n.

1. unfeeling, rude
2. ruthless, *cruel*, merciless

46

dēnique (not comparable)

1. *finally, lastly*, at length
2. besides
3. (postpositive) thereafter, thenceforward, thereupon

47

dēspērō, dēspērāre, dēspērāvī, dēspērātum

1. I have no hope of
2. I *despair of*

48

domus, (domūs or domī), f. (irreg.)

1. *a house, a home*
2. (poetic) any building or abode
3. one's native place, one's country or home (confer patria)
4. a household, a family, a race

49

īnferō, īnferre, intulī, illātum

1. I *carry, bring, put or throw into or to somewhere or upon something*; insert; set fire to; offer, sacrifice.
2. I bring to a place for burial, bury, inter.
3. (of a tribute or tax) I pay, furnish.
4. (military) I advance, march, move forward.
5. (military) I bear the standards against the enemy, attack, make an attack upon.
6. (figuratively) I bring forward, introduce; produce, occasion, make; conclude; import.
7. (figuratively, with dative) I cause, *inflict*, impose

50

relinquō, relinquere, relīquī, relictum

1. I abandon, I relinquish, *leave (again)*

51

sermō, sermōnis, m.

1. a *conversation*, discussion
2. a rumor, diction, speech, talk

52

sīcut (conj)

1. as, just as, *like*

53

tam (not comparable)

1. *so*, to such an extent

54

temptō, temptāre, temptāvī, temptātum

1. I test the strength; I make an attack upon.
2. I test, *try*, attempt.
3. I urge, incite.
4. I handle, touch.

55

medicīna, medicīnae, f.

1. *medicine*, remedy, cure
2. practice or art of medicine or healing

56

studeō, studēre, studuī (no passive)

1. I dedicate myself (to), direct my efforts or attention (to), strive after.
2. I am attached or favorable (to), favor, support.
3. I *study*

57

exerceō, exercēre, exercuī, exercitum

1. I keep busy, keep at work, drive on; occupy, employ, *practice, exercise* (something in a form of action).
2. I harass, worry.
3. I oversee, superintend.
4. I work (at).

58

nūptia, nūptiae, f.

1. *(especially in plural) marriage*, wedding, nuptials

59

respōnsum, respōnsī, n.

1. *answer, response*

60

tūtior (comparative of tūtus)

1. *safer*, more prudent
2. more secure

61

nāvigandus, nāviganda, nāvigandum

1. *which is to be sailed*, which is to be navigated, which is to be travelled,

62

vehō, vehere, vexī, vectum

1. I *carry*, bear, convey.
2. (passive) I ride; I am borne.

63

tempestās, tempestātis, f.

1. *storm*, tempest
2. weather
3. season

64

obruō, obruere, obruī, obrutum

1. I *overwhelm* or overthrow
2. I bury or conceal

65

pāreō, pārēre, pāruī, pāritum

1. I appear, I am visible, apparent.
2. *(with dative)* I *obey*, submit, I am obedient to.

66

exercitus, exercitūs, m.

1. army

67

ingenium, ingeniī, n.

1. innate or natural quality, *natural character*; nature
2. disposition, temper, inclination
3. intelligence, natural capacity

68

prāvus, prāva, prāvum

1. crooked, deformed
2. depraved, perverse, wicked, *evil*

69

dolor, dolōris, m.

1. *pain*, ache, hurt
2. anguish, grief, sorrow
3. indignation, resentment, anger

70

ingravēscō, ingravēscere (defective)

1. I become heavy (or heavier), *grow worse*
2. I become burdensome

71

nūntius, nūntiī, m.

1. A messenger, reporter, courier, bearer of news or tidings
2. An envoy, *news, message*, report.
3. A command, order, injunction.
4. (in the plural) News, tidings, information

72

noctū (not comparable)

1. by night

73

somnium, somniī, n.

1. *dream*, vision
2. fantasy, daydream

74

medicāmentum, medicāmentī, n.

1. drug, remedy, medicine, *ointment*

75

exquīsītissimus (superlative of exquīsītus)

1. most or very sought-after, *special*

76

compōnō, compōnere, composuī, compositum

1. I arrange, compile, compose, *put together, mix, make up*.
2. I construct, build.
3. I organize, order.
4. I settle.

77

unguō, unguere, ūnxī, unctum

1. I anoint, smear with oil.

78

obeō, obīre, obiī, obitum

1. I go towards, *go to meet*.
2. I arrive at, reach, come to.
3. (astronomy) I set.
4. (figuratively) I fall, perish.
5. (figuratively) I survey, look over.

79

referō, referre, rettulī, relātum

1. I bear, bring, drive or *carry back, deliver*.
2. I give back, give up, return, restore, pay back, repay.
3. (of sound) I bring back, return, answer, echo.
4. I bring back, restore, renew, revive, repeat.
5. I say in return, respond, reply, answer.
6. I repeat, report, announce, relate, recount, tell, say
7. I make known officially, report, announce, notify, proclaim.

80

iniūria, iniūriae, f.

1. injury, wrong, offense, insult
2. *injustice*, wrongdoing
3. damage, harm, hurt, injury

81

testāmentum, testāmentī, n.

1. *will*, testament

82

hērēs, hērēdis, m.f.

1. heir, heiress

83

lēgō, lēgāre, lēgāvī, lēgātum

1. I dispatch, send as ambassador.
2. I deputize.
3. I *bequeath*

84

plūs m.f.n., plūris

1. *(takes genitive) comparative form of multus; more*

85

quīngentī m., quīngentae f., quīngenta n. (pl. tot.)

1. (cardinal) five hundred; 500

Symbol: D

86

"quidquam aliud"

"anything else"

87

mandō, mandāre, mandāvī, mandātum

1. I put in hand; deliver over.
2. I commit, consign.
3. I confide.
4. I commission.
5. I put in writing.
6. I order, command.
7. *I entrust*.

88

fūnus, fūneris, n.

1. funeral

89

signō, signāre, signāvī, signātum

1. I mark, *sign*
2. I *seal*, stamp

90

humilis m.f., humile n.

1. low, lowly, small, slight; shallow
2. *(in respect to birth, fortune or worth) base, mean, humble, obscure, poor, needy, insignificant, low*
3. (of mind or character) submissive, abject

91

libellus, libellī, m.

1. *a little book*, pamphlet
2. a petition

92

incipiō, incipere, incēpī, inceptum

1. I begin