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1

curvō, curvāre, curāvī, curvātus

bend, humble

2

fundō, fundāre, fundāvī, fundātus

establish, found

3

magnificō, magnificāre, magnificāvī, magnificātus

extol, praise, glorify

4

venerō, venerāre, venerāvī, venerātus

worship, venerate

5

veneror, venerārī, -, venerātus sum

worship, venerate

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ardeō, ardēre, arsī, arsus

burn

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doleō, dolēre, doluī, dolitus

grieve, suffer, feel pain

8

condoleō, condolēre, -, -

feel severe pain, suffer greatly, feel another’s pain, empathize with

9

moveō, movēre, mōvī, mōtus

move, affect

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īnficiō, īnficere, īnfēcī, īnfectus

infect, pollute

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prōficiō, prōficere, prōfēcī, prōfectus

avail, prevail

12

reficiō, reficere, refēcī, refectus

refresh, repair

13

lingua, linguae, f.

tongue, language

14

umbra, umbrae, f.

shadow, shade

15

testis, testis, testium, m.

witness

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praefātiō, praefātiōnis, f.

preface

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prōtēctiō, prōtēctiōnis, f.

protection

18

quiēs, quiētis, f.

rest, peace, quiet

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tentātiō, tentātiōnis, f.

temptation, trial

20

amplus, -a, -um

abundant, ample

21

amplius (comp. adv.)

(any) more

22

perfectus, -a, -um

perfect

23

suus, -a, -um (third-person refl. pron. adj.)

one’s [own] (i.e., his/her/its/their [own])

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gravis, grave

heavy, serious, grievous

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trīstis, trīste

sad, sorrowful, gloomy

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alius, alia, aliud

other, another

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alter, altera, alterum

the other (of two), the second

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nūllus, -a, -um

not any, no

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sōlus, -a, -um

only, alone

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tōtus, -a, -um

all, the whole

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contrā (prep. + acc.)

against, opposite (to)

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cum (subord. conj.)

when, after (+ ind.); (under the circumstances) when, since, although (+ subj.)

33

invicem (1. adv; 2. indecl. reciprocal refl. pron.)

1. in turn; 2. one another

34

--, suī (refl. pron.)

oneself (i.e., himself, herself, itself, themselves)

35

bend, humble

curvō, curvāre, curāvī, curvātus

36

establish, found

fundō, fundāre, fundāvī, fundātus

37

extol, praise, glorify

magnificō, magnificāre, magnificāvī, magnificātus

38

worship, venerate

venerō, venerāre, venerāvī, venerātus

39

worship, venerate

veneror, venerārī, -, venerātus sum

40

burn

ardeō, ardēre, arsī, arsus

41

grieve, suffer, feel pain

doleō, dolēre, doluī, dolitus

42

feel severe pain, suffer greatly, feel another’s pain, empathize with

condoleō, condolēre, -, -

43

move, affect

moveō, movēre, mōvī, mōtus

44

infect, pollute

īnficiō, īnficere, īnfēcī, īnfectus

45

avail, prevail

prōficiō, prōficere, prōfēcī, prōfectus

46

refresh, repair

reficiō, reficere, refēcī, refectus

47

tongue, language

lingua, linguae, f.

48

shadow, shade

umbra, umbrae, f.

49

witness

testis, testis, testium, m.

50

preface

praefātiō, praefātiōnis, f.

51

protection

prōtēctiō, prōtēctiōnis, f.

52

rest, peace, quiet

quiēs, quiētis, f.

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temptation, trial

tentātiō, tentātiōnis, f.

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abundant, ample

amplus, -a, -um

55

(any) more

amplius (comp. adv.)

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perfect

perfectus, -a, -um

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one’s [own] (i.e., his/her/its/their [own])

suus, -a, -um (third-person refl. pron. adj.)

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heavy, serious, grievous

gravis, grave

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sad, sorrowful, gloomy

trīstis, trīste

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other, another

alius, alia, aliud

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the other (of two), the second

alter, altera, alterum

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not any, no

nūllus, -a, -um

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only, alone

sōlus, -a, -um

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all, the whole

tōtus, -a, -um

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against, opposite (to)

contrā (prep. + acc.)

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when, after (+ ind.); (under the circumstances) when, since, although (+ subj.)

cum (subord. conj.)

67

1. in turn; 2. one another

invicem (1. adv; 2. indecl. reciprocal refl. pron.)

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oneself (i.e., himself, herself, itself, themselves)

--, suī (refl. pron.)