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dīgnor, dīgnārī, -, dīgnātus sum

consider worthwhile, deign

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dēdīgnor, dēdīgnārī, -, dēdīgnātus sum

scorn, disdain

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jūdicō, jūdicāre, jūdicāvī, jūdicātus

judge

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dījūdicō, dījūdicāre, dījūdicāvī, dījūdicātus

discern, distinguish

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memoror, memorārī, -, memorātus sum

(+ gen. or acc.) be mindful of, remember

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postulō, postulāre, postulāvī, postulātus

ask (for), pray for, require

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praedicō, praedicāre, praedicāvī, praedicātus

preach, proclaim

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rogō, rogāre, rogāvī, rogātus

ask (for), pray, bessech

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interrogō, interrogāre, interrogāvī, interrogātus

ask, inquire

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fateor, fatērī, -, fassus sum

acknowledge, confess (+ acc.), praise (+ dat.)

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cōnfiteor, cōnfitērī, -, cōnfessus sum

confess (+ acc.), praise (+ dat.)

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profiteor, profitērī, -, professus sum

profess

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jubeō, jubēre, jussī, jussus

command, bid, ask

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respondeō, respondēre, respondī, respōnsus

answer, respond (to) (+ dat.)

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loquor, loquī, -, locūtus sum

speak

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alloquor, alloquī, -, allocūtus sum

speak to, address (+ acc.)

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petō, petere, petīvī (petiī), petītus

ask (for), entreat

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sequor, sequī, -, secūtus sum

follow

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assequor, assequī, -, assecūtus sum

follow

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cōnsequor, cōnsequī, -, cōnsecūtus sum

follow, obtain

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persequor, persequī, -, persecūtus sum

pursue, track down, persecute

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prōsequor, prōsequī, -, prōsecūtus sum

proceed (with), go through (with)

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ūtor, ūtī, -, ūsus sum

(+ abl.) use, enjoy, be friends with

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cūra, cūrae, f.

care, concern

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spīna, spīnae, f.

thorn

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antistes, antistitis, m.

bishop

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cīvitās, cīvitātis, f.

city

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clāritās, clāritātis, f.

light, brightness, glory, fame

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intercessiō, intercessiōnis, f.

intercession

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cantus, cantūs, m.

chant

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introitus, introitūs, m.

a going in, introit

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plānctus, plānctūs, m.

mourning

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serēnus, -a, -um

bright, serene

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commūnis, commūne

common, unclean

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major, majus (gen., majōris)

greater, older

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(subord. conj.) in order that ... not (introducing negative purpose + subj.); that ... not (introducing indirect command + subj.)

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(subord. conj.) in order that (introducing purpose clause + subj.); that (introducing indirect command + subj.)

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consider worthwhile, deign

dīgnor, dīgnārī, -, dīgnātus sum

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scorn, disdain

dēdīgnor, dēdīgnārī, -, dēdīgnātus sum

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judge

jūdicō, jūdicāre, jūdicāvī, jūdicātus

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discern, distinguish

dījūdicō, dījūdicāre, dījūdicāvī, dījūdicātus

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(+ gen. or acc.) be mindful of, remember

memoror, memorārī, -, memorātus sum

43

ask (for), pray for, require

postulō, postulāre, postulāvī, postulātus

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preach, proclaim

praedicō, praedicāre, praedicāvī, praedicātus

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ask (for), pray, bessech

rogō, rogāre, rogāvī, rogātus

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ask, inquire

interrogō, interrogāre, interrogāvī, interrogātus

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acknowledge, confess (+ acc.), praise (+ dat.)

fateor, fatērī, -, fassus sum

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confess (+ acc.), praise (+ dat.)

cōnfiteor, cōnfitērī, -, cōnfessus sum

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profess

profiteor, profitērī, -, professus sum

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command, bid, ask

jubeō, jubēre, jussī, jussus

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answer, respond (to) (+ dat.)

respondeō, respondēre, respondī, respōnsus

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speak

loquor, loquī, -, locūtus sum

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speak to, address (+ acc.)

alloquor, alloquī, -, allocūtus sum

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ask (for), entreat

petō, petere, petīvī (petiī), petītus

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follow

sequor, sequī, -, secūtus sum

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follow

assequor, assequī, -, assecūtus sum

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follow, obtain

cōnsequor, cōnsequī, -, cōnsecūtus sum

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pursue, track down, persecute

persequor, persequī, -, persecūtus sum

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proceed (with), go through (with)

prōsequor, prōsequī, -, prōsecūtus sum

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(+ abl.) use, enjoy, be friends with

ūtor, ūtī, -, ūsus sum

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care, concern

cūra, cūrae, f.

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thorn

spīna, spīnae, f.

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bishop

antistes, antistitis, m.

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city

cīvitās, cīvitātis, f.

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light, brightness, glory, fame

clāritās, clāritātis, f.

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intercession

intercessiō, intercessiōnis, f.

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chant

cantus, cantūs, m.

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a going in, introit

introitus, introitūs, m.

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mourning

plānctus, plānctūs, m.

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bright, serene

serēnus, -a, -um

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common, unclean

commūnis, commūne

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greater, older

major, majus (gen., majōris)

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(subord. conj.) in order that ... not (introducing negative purpose + subj.); that ... not (introducing indirect command + subj.)

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(subord. conj.) in order that (introducing purpose clause + subj.); that (introducing indirect command + subj.)

ut