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1

abeō, -īre, -iī (-īvī), -itus

go away, depart

2

adversus, -a, -um

opposite, hostile, adverse

3

aliēnus, -a, -um

belonging to another, strange, out of place

4

āmittō, -ere, -mīsī, -missus

let go, lose

5

aperiō, -īre, -uī, apertus

open

6

causa, -ae, F.

cause, reason

7

causā (preceded by the genitive)

for the sake of

8

cottīdiē or cotīdiē (adv.)

daily

9

decōrus, -a, -um

fitting, suitable; handsome

10

dēsum, dēesse, dēfui, --

be missing, fail (often + dat.)

11

discō, -ere, didicī, --

learn

12

frūstrā (adv.)

in vain

13

īnfirmus, -a, -um

weak, unhealthy

14

īnstituō, -ere, -uī, -ūtus

set (up), establish, arrange

15

interest, -esse, -fuit

it is of importance, it concerns, it is of interest (it takes the genitive of the person concerned and an infinitive, an ut clause, or a demonstrative pronoun in the neuter single to express the thing which is of concern. But instead of the genitive of the personal pronouns, the following adjectival forms in the ablative case are used: meā, tuā, suā, nostrā, vestrā.)

16

lābor, lābī, lāpsus sum

slip, glide, fall

17

lēx, lēgis, F.

law

18

libenter (adv.)

freely, willingly, gladly

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licet, -ēre, -uit (licitum est)

it is permitted

20

miseret, -ēre, -uit (miseritum est)

it pities, it moves to pity

21

necesse (indeclinable adj.)

necessary

22

oportet, -ēre, -uit, --

it is necessary, it is proper

23

paenitet, -ēre, -uit, --

it repents

24

piget, -ēre, -uit (pigitum est)

it disgusts

25

pudet, -ēre, -uit (puditum est)

it shames

26

rēfert, -ferre, -tulit, --

it is of importance (it takes the genitive of the person concerned and an infinitive, an ut clause, or a demonstrative pronoun in the neuter single to express the thing which is of concern. But instead of the genitive of the personal pronouns, the following adjectival forms in the ablative case are used: meā, tuā, suā, nostrā, vestrā​.)

27

scrīptor, -ōris, M.

writer

28

stō, stāre, stetī, stātus

stand

29

studiōsus, -a, -um

fond of, partial to, studious (+ gen.)

30

sustineō, -ēre, -tinuī, -tentus

support, maintain

31

taedet, -ēre, -uit (taesum est)

it bores, it disgusts

32

ūtilis, -e

useful, beneficial

33

vel (conj.)

or (inclusive or)

34

vel...vel

either...or (inclusive or​)

35

vetus, -eris

old

36

violō (1)

do violence to, break (an agreement, the law)

37

go away, depart

abeō, -īre, -iī (-īvī), -itus

38

opposite, hostile, adverse

adversus, -a, -um

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belonging to another, strange, out of place

aliēnus, -a, -um

40

let go, lose

āmittō, -ere, -mīsī, -missus

41

open

aperiō, -īre, -uī, apertus

42

cause, reason

causa, -ae, F.

43

for the sake of

causā (preceded by the genitive)

44

daily

cottīdiē or cotīdiē (adv.)

45

fitting, suitable; handsome

decōrus, -a, -um

46

be missing, fail (often + dat.)

dēsum, dēesse, dēfui, --

47

learn

discō, -ere, didicī, --

48

in vain

frūstrā (adv.)

49

weak, unhealthy

īnfirmus, -a, -um

50

set (up), establish, arrange

īnstituō, -ere, -uī, -ūtus

51

it is of importance, it concerns, it is of interest (it takes the genitive of the person concerned and an infinitive, an ut clause, or a demonstrative pronoun in the neuter single to express the thing which is of concern. But instead of the genitive of the personal pronouns, the following adjectival forms in the ablative case are used: meā, tuā, suā, nostrā, vestrā.)

interest, -esse, -fuit

52

slip, glide, fall

lābor, lābī, lāpsus sum

53

law

lēx, lēgis, F.

54

freely, willingly, gladly

libenter (adv.)

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it is permitted

licet, -ēre, -uit (licitum est)

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it pities, it moves to pity

miseret, -ēre, -uit (miseritum est)

57

necessary

necesse (indeclinable adj.)

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it is necessary, it is proper

oportet, -ēre, -uit, --

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it repents

paenitet, -ēre, -uit, --

60

it disgusts

piget, -ēre, -uit (pigitum est)

61

it shames

pudet, -ēre, -uit (puditum est)

62

it is of importance (it takes the genitive of the person concerned and an infinitive, an ut clause, or a demonstrative pronoun in the neuter single to express the thing which is of concern. But instead of the genitive of the personal pronouns, the following adjectival forms in the ablative case are used: meā, tuā, suā, nostrā, vestrā​.)

rēfert, -ferre, -tulit, --

63

writer

scrīptor, -ōris, M.

64

stand

stō, stāre, stetī, stātus

65

fond of, partial to, studious (+ gen.)

studiōsus, -a, -um

66

support, maintain

sustineō, -ēre, -tinuī, -tentus

67

it bores, it disgusts

taedet, -ēre, -uit (taesum est)

68

useful, beneficial

ūtilis, -e

69

or (inclusive or)

vel (conj.)

70

either...or (inclusive or​)

vel...vel

71

old

vetus, -eris

72

do violence to, break (an agreement, the law)

violō (1)