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administrō, administrāre, administrāvī, administrātum

1. I attend upon, assist, serve.
2. (figuratively) I take charge of, direct, **manage, administer**, do, accomplish; govern.

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cēdō, cēdere, cessī, cessum

1. (intransitive) I go, move, proceed, go along, move along.
2. (intransitive) I result, turn out, happen.
3. (intransitive) I withdraw, depart, retire, go away from.
1. (intransitive, military) I withdraw, fall back, give up my post.
4. (intransitive) I disappear, pass away, vanish.
5. **(intransitive, with dative) I cede, give in or yield (to), step aside (for), give way (to)**.
1. (intransitive) I am inferior to, yield to in rank.
6. (transitive) I concede, give up, grant, surrender, yield.
7. (intransitive, with dative or in +acc.) I fall (to) (as a possession); accrue or come (to).
8. (intransitive, with in +acc.) I become, turn into, be or become the equivalent of.

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clārus, clāra, clārum

1. clear, bright
2. renowned, **famous**

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commemorō, commemorāre, commemorāvī, commemorātum

1. I **recall**
2. I remember
3. I **mention** or relate
4. I place on record

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cōnspicātus, cōnspicāta, cōnspicātum

1. **having caught sight of**

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cūra, cūrae, f.

1. **Care**, concern, thought; trouble, solicitude; anxiety, concern, grief, sorrow.
2. Attention, management, administration, charge, care; command, office; guardianship.
3. Written work, writing.
4. (medicine) Medical attendance, healing.
5. (agriculture) Rearing, culture, care.
6. (rare) An attendant, guardian, observer.

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(First word in sentence) + **enim** (postpositive)

1. **truly**
2. **for**
3. so
4. because

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errō, errāre, errāvī, errātum

1. I go astray, err, **make a mistake**

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gerō, gerere, gessī, gestum

1. I carry, bear
2. **I wear (i.e. have on clothing)**
3. I have or possess (of traits)
4. I carry (on), conduct, wage

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honor, honōris, m.

1. **honor**, esteem

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immōtus, immōta, immōtum

1. immovable, **motionless, still**
2. unmoved, unshaken, undisturbed, steadfast

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ingenium, ingeniī, n.

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

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locūtus, locūta, locūtum

1. **having spoken**

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māgnoperē (comparative māius opere, superlative māximō opere)

1. **greatly**, exceedingly
2. earnestly, vehemently

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magis (not comparable)

1. **more**
2. better
3. **rather**

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maximē (comparative maximius, superlative maximissimē)

1. especially, chiefly
2. certainly
3. very much, **very greatly**
4. most, **most of all**

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mandātum, mandātī, n.

1. **instruction, order**, commission

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modus, modī, m.

1. measure
2. bound, limit
3. **manner, method, way, kind**

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nimium (not comparable)

1. **too, too much, excessively**

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ōrnō, ōrnāre, ōrnāvī, ōrnātum

1. I furnish, equip, prepare.
2. I adorn, **ornament, decorate**.
3. (figuratively) I honor, commend, praise.

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pāreō, pārēre, pāruī, pāritum

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

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potēns m.f.n., potentis

1. being able (to), able; potent, mighty, strong, **powerful**

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prāvus, prāva, prāvum

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

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gressus, gressa, gressum

1. Stepped, walked, having stepped or walked.
2. Advanced, gone, **having advanced or gone**.

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sciō, scīre, scīvī, scītum

1. I can, **know**, understand, have knowledge.
2. I know carnally.

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tālis m.f., tāle n.

1. **such**
2. distinguished; so great; so excellent

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tamquam (not comparable)

1. as much as, so as, just as, **as, like**
2. as if, so to speak

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umquam (not comparable)

1. **ever**

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venēnum, venēnī, n.

1. **poison**

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venia, veniae, f.

1. indulgence, kindness
2. **mercy**, grace, favor

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praetexō, praetexere, praetexuī, praetextum

1. I fringe, edge, **border (weaving), esp. purple**
2. I place before or in front
3. I adorn
4. I pretend

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perdomō, perdomāre, perdomuī, perdomitum

1. I subjugate completely; **conquer**, vanquish, overcome
2. I knead (dough)

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armātus, armāta, armātum

1. **armed**
2. equipped
3. fortified
4. armoured
5. **(substantive) armed men**

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suspicātus, suspicāta, suspicātum

1. mistrusted, suspected, **having suspected**
2. surmised, supposed, believed or conjectured

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ultiō, ultiōnis, f.

1. ** vengeance, revenge**

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patefaciō, patefacere, patefēcī, patefactum (irregular passive)

1. I open, throw open
2. (figuratively) I disclose, bring to light, **reveal**

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absurdus, absurda, absurdum

1. discordant, harsh
2. incongruous, inconsistent
3. **silly, absurd**, stupid, worthless

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falsus, falsa, falsum

1. deceived, tricked, cheated, disappointed, having been deceived
2. mistaken, having been mistaken, having deceived myself
3. appeased, beguiled, having been appeased
4. sworn falsely, perjured, having been sworn falsely
5. (by extension) **false, untrue**

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tormentum, tormentī, n.

1. an engine for hurling missiles; a shot or missile thrown by this
2. a (twisted) cord or rope
3. an instrument of torture
4. **torture**, anguish, pain, torment
5. a clothes press, mangle

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passus, passa, passum

1. suffered, **having suffered**

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īdem, eadem, idem

1. **the same**

Number Singular Plural
Case \ Gender M. F. N. MM. FF. NN.
Nominative īdem eadem idem eīdem eaedem eadem
Genitive eiusdem eiusdem eiusdem eōrundem eārundem eōrundem
Dative eīdem eīdem eīdem eīsdem eīsdem eīsdem
Accusative eundem eandem idem eōsdem eāsdem eadem
Ablative eōdem eādem eōdem eīsdem eīsdem eīsdem

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aspiciō, aspicere, aspexī, aspectum

1. **I look at or towards**, behold; regard, respect.
2. I observe, notice, catch sight of.
3. I examine, survey, inspect; consider, ponder; investigate.

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agna, agnae, f.

1. **a lamb**

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iecur, iecoris, n.

1. **liver**
2. the seat of the soul

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līvidus, līvida, līvidum

1. **Of a blue or leaden colour**, bluish, blue; livid.
2. Envious, invidious, spiteful, malicious.

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significō, significāre, significāvī, significātum

1. I show, express, signify, point out.
2. I portend, prognosticate.
3. I call, name.
4. **I mean, indicate**, import.

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pallēscō, pallēscere, palluī (no passive)

1. **to grow pale**

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ac (conjunction)

1. **and**, and also, and even, and too
2. and besides
3. than

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secūtus, secūta, secūtum

1. **having followed**

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difficultās, difficultātis, f.

1. **difficulty**, distress, trouble

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dēmittō, dēmittere, dēmīsī, dēmissum

1. I send or bring down, cause to hang or fall down; drop, flow, shed, sag, sink, **lower**, put down, **let fall**.
2. I cast down, throw, thrust, plunge, drive.
3. (with se) I let myself down, stoop, descend, walk or ride down.
4. (military) I send, bring or lead soldiers down into a lower place.
5. (figuratively) I cast down, demote; depress, dispirit.
6. (figuratively) I engage in, enter or embark upon, meddle with.

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amārus, amāra, amārum

1. **bitter (taste)**
2. harsh, shrill (sound)
3. sarcastic (speech)
4. sour, morose (conduct or behavior)

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labrum, lābrī, n.

1. **lip**
2. (by extension) edge, margin, brim, lip

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prensō, prensāre, prensāvī, prensātum

1. **take hold of, clutch**

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genū, genūs, n.

1. **knee**

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cōgō, cōgere, coēgī, coactum

1. I collect, assemble, gather together, restrict or confine
2. I **force, compel**, urge, encourage.

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īnsāniō, īnsānīre, īnsānīvī, īnsānītum

1. **to be crazy, insane**

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beneficium, beneficiī, n.

1. benefit
2. **favor**
3. **(act of) kindness**

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facinus, facinoris, n.

1. deed, action
2. esp. **crime, wickedness, evil deed**.

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dēmoveō, dēmovēre, dēmōvī, dēmōtum

1. I move or turn away; divert; put away, **remove, dismiss**, dislodge.

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perfidia, perfidiae, f.

1. faithlessness, dishonesty, **treachery**, falsehood, perfidy

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apertē

1. **openly**

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rēgnum, rēgnī, n.

1. royal power, power, control, **kingdom**, reign
2. kingship, royalty

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iūstitia, iūstitiae, f.

1. **justice**, fairness, equity

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fidēs, fideī, f.

1. faith, belief
2. reliance, **loyalty, trustworthiness**
3. confidence, trust

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perfidus, perfida, perfidum

1. That breaks his promise; faithless, false, dishonest, **treacherous, untrustworthy, perfidious**, deceitful.
2. (by extension) Treacherous, unsafe, dangerous.

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adhūc

1. **so far, thus far, until now**, hitherto, still
2. again; furthermore; moreover; besides (used in scholastic debates to introduce a further point in one's argument)

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prōdō, prōdere, prōdidī, prōditum

1. I give, put or bring forth; bear, produce, propagate.
2. I put forth in writing; publish, exhibit, make known, relate, report, record.
3. I proclaim, appoint, elect, create.
4. I give up, surrender, abandon.
5. I reveal, disclose; **betray perfidiously, surrender treacherously**.
6. I permit to go farther, protract, project; put off, defer; prolong; hand down; bequeath.

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vincō, vincere, vīcī, victum

1. to win, to **conquer**