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mīror, mīrārī, -, mīrātus sum

wonder (at), be amazed (at)

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admīror, admīrārī, -, admīrātus sum

wonder at, be amazed at

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peccō, peccāre, peccāvī, peccātus

sin

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precor, precārī, -, precātus sum

ask, pray

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dēprecor, dēprecārī, -, dēprecātus sum

beseech

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audeō, audēre, -, ausus sum

dare, have the courage

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gaudeō, gaudēre, -, gāvīsus sum

rejoice, be glad

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misereor, miserērī, -, misertus sum

(+ gen. or dat.) have pity (on)

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cōnfīdō, cōnfīdere, -, cōnfīsus sum

(+ dat.) trust (in), confide (in), hope (in)

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nāscor, nāscī, -, nātus sum

be born

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morior, morī, -, mortuus sum

die

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patior, patī, -, passus sum

suffer, allow

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orior, orīrī, -, ortus sum

spring up, arise, appear

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lacrima, lacrimae, f.

tear

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memoria, memoriae, f.

remembrance, memory

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ignis, ignis, ignium, m. (abl. sing., igne or ignī)

fire

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peccātor, peccātōris, m.

sinner

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arbor, arboris, f.

tree

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benedictiō, benedictiōnis, f.

blessing, benediction

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nox, noctis, noctium, f.

night

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potestās, potestātis, f.

power, authority

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opus, operis, n.

work, deed

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opus est

it is necessary, there is a need (+ inf. or abl.)

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scelus, sceleris, n.

crime, sin

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miser, misera, miserum

wretched, pitiable

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paternus, -a, -um

of a father, paternal

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innocēns (gen. innocentis)

clean, pure, innocent

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potēns (gen. potentis)

powerful (in), having power (over)

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cōnsubstantiālis, cōnsubstantiāle

(+dat.) of the same nature (as), consubstantial (with)

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nihil

(indecl. noun) nothing; (adv.) not at all

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nīl

(indecl. noun) nothing; (adv.) not at all

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valdē

(adv.) greatly, very (much)

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vērō

(adv.) indeed, but indeed

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wonder (at), be amazed (at)

mīror, mīrārī, -, mīrātus sum

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wonder at, be amazed at

admīror, admīrārī, -, admīrātus sum

36

sin

peccō, peccāre, peccāvī, peccātus

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ask, pray

precor, precārī, -, precātus sum

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beseech

dēprecor, dēprecārī, -, dēprecātus sum

39

dare, have the courage

audeō, audēre, -, ausus sum

40

rejoice, be glad

gaudeō, gaudēre, -, gāvīsus sum

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(+ gen. or dat.) have pity (on)

misereor, miserērī, -, misertus sum

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(+ dat.) trust (in), confide (in), hope (in)

cōnfīdō, cōnfīdere, -, cōnfīsus sum

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be born

nāscor, nāscī, -, nātus sum

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die

morior, morī, -, mortuus sum

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suffer, allow

patior, patī, -, passus sum

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spring up, arise, appear

orior, orīrī, -, ortus sum

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tear

lacrima, lacrimae, f.

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remembrance, memory

memoria, memoriae, f.

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fire

ignis, ignis, ignium, m. (abl. sing., igne or ignī)

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sinner

peccātor, peccātōris, m.

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tree

arbor, arboris, f.

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blessing, benediction

benedictiō, benedictiōnis, f.

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night

nox, noctis, noctium, f.

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power, authority

potestās, potestātis, f.

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work, deed

opus, operis, n.

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it is necessary, there is a need (+ inf. or abl.)

opus est

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crime, sin

scelus, sceleris, n.

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wretched, pitiable

miser, misera, miserum

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of a father, paternal

paternus, -a, -um

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clean, pure, innocent

innocēns (gen. innocentis)

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powerful (in), having power (over)

potēns (gen. potentis)

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(+dat.) of the same nature (as), consubstantial (with)

cōnsubstantiālis, cōnsubstantiāle

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(indecl. noun) nothing; (adv.) not at all

nihil

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(indecl. noun) nothing; (adv.) not at all

nīl

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(adv.) greatly, very (much)

valdē

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(adv.) indeed, but indeed

vērō