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1

errō, errāre, errāvī, errātus

wander, go astray, err

2

penetrō, penetrāre, penetrāvī, penetrātus

pierce, penetrate

3

rutilō, rutilāre, rutilāvī, rutilātus

flow

4

noceō, nocēre, nocuī, nocitus

hurt, do harm to (+ dat.)

5

placeō, placēre, placuī, placitus (+ dat.)

please, be pleasing to

6

placet (impersonal verb)

it is pleasing (+ dat.)

7

complaceō, complacēre, complacuī, (complacitus sum)

please, be acceptable to (+ dat.)

8

occidō, occidere, occidī, occāsus

go down, set (of the sun)

9

occidēns (gen. occidentis)

west

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prōcidō, prōcidere, prōcidī, -

fall forward

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ēnītor, ēnītī, -, ēnīsus (ēnīxus) sum

bring forth, give birth to

12

parcō, parcere, pepercī (parsī), parsus

spare (+ dat.)

13

oboediō, oboedīre, oboedīvī (oboediī), oboedītus

obey, listen to (+ dat.)

14

serviō, servīre, servīvī (serviī), servītus

serve, comply with (+ dat.)

15

fiō, fierī, -, factus sum

be made, be done, become, happen, be

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concordia, concordiae, f.

union, peace

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oboedentia, oboedentiae, f.

obedience

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radius, radiī, m.

ray

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sōl, sōlis, m.

sun

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commūniō, commūniōnis, f.

communion

21

genetrīx, genetrīcis, f.

mother

22

humilitās, humilitātis, f.

lowliness, humility

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īnstitūtiō, īnstitūtiōnis, f.

instruction

24

sānctitās, sānctitātis, f.

holiness

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lūmināre, lūmināris, lūminārium, n.

light, lamp, heavenly body

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pectus, pectoris, n.

breast

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occāsus, occāsūs, m.

setting (of the sun)

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ortus, ortūs, m.

rising (of the sun)

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lacrimōsus, -a, -um

tearful

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sincērus, -a, -um

sincere

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factum est (Hebraic idiom)

it happened (that), it came to pass (that)

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jūxtā (prep. + acc.)

near, along, according to

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licet, licere, licuit, (licitum est)

it is permitted (+ dat. and inf.)

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necesse est (impersonal verb)

it is needful, it is necessary (+ dat. or acc. and inf.)

35

oportet, oportēre, oportuit, -

it is proper, it is necessary (+ acc. and inf.)

36

obedience

oboedentia, oboedentiae, f.

37

ray

radius, radiī, m.

38

sun

sōl, sōlis, m.

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communion

commūniō, commūniōnis, f.

40

mother

genetrīx, genetrīcis, f.

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lowliness, humility

humilitās, humilitātis, f.

42

instruction

īnstitūtiō, īnstitūtiōnis, f.

43

holiness

sānctitās, sānctitātis, f.

44

light, lamp, heavenly body

lūmināre, lūmināris, lūminārium, n.

45

breast

pectus, pectoris, n.

46

setting (of the sun)

occāsus, occāsūs, m.

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rising (of the sun)

ortus, ortūs, m.

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tearful

lacrimōsus, -a, -um

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sincere

sincērus, -a, -um

50

it happened (that), it came to pass (that)

factum est (Hebraic idiom)

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near, along, according to

jūxtā (prep. + acc.)

52

it is permitted (+ dat. and inf.)

licet, licere, licuit, (licitum est)

53

it is needful, it is necessary (+ dat. or acc. and inf.)

necesse est (impersonal verb)

54

it is proper, it is necessary (+ acc. and inf.)

oportet, oportēre, oportuit, -

55

wander, go astray, err

errō, errāre, errāvī, errātus

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pierce, penetrate

penetrō, penetrāre, penetrāvī, penetrātus

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flow

rutilō, rutilāre, rutilāvī, rutilātus

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hurt, do harm to (+ dat.)

noceō, nocēre, nocuī, nocitus

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please, be pleasing to

placeō, placēre, placuī, placitus (+ dat.)

60

it is pleasing (+ dat.)

placet (impersonal verb)

61

please, be acceptable to (+ dat.)

complaceō, complacēre, complacuī, (complacitus sum)

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go down, set (of the sun)

occidō, occidere, occidī, occāsus

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west

occidēns (gen. occidentis)

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fall forward

prōcidō, prōcidere, prōcidī, -

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bring forth, give birth to

ēnītor, ēnītī, -, ēnīsus (ēnīxus) sum

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spare (+ dat.)

parcō, parcere, pepercī (parsī), parsus

67

obey, listen to (+ dat.)

oboediō, oboedīre, oboedīvī (oboediī), oboedītus

68

serve, comply with (+ dat.)

serviō, servīre, servīvī (serviī), servītus

69

be made, be done, become, happen, be

fiō, fierī, -, factus sum

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union, peace

concordia, concordiae, f.

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prīmus, -a, -um

first

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first

prīmus, -a, -um

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secundus, -a, -um

second

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second

secundus, -a, -um

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tertius, -a, -um

third

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third

tertius, -a, -um

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quārtus, -a, -um

fourth

78

fourth

quārtus, -a, -um

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quīntus, -a, -um

fifth

80

fifth

quīntus, -a, -um

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sextus, -a, -um

sixth

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sixth

sextus, -a, -um

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septimus, -a, -um

seventh

84

seventh

septimus, -a, -um

85

octāvus, -a, -um

eighth

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eighth

octāvus, -a, -um

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nōnus, -a, -um

ninth

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ninth

nōnus, -a, -um

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decimus, -a, -um

tenth

90

tenth

decimus, -a, -um

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ūnus, -a, -um

one

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one

ūnus, -a, -um

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duo, duae, duo

two

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two

duo, duae, duo

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trēs, tria

three

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three

trēs, tria

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quattuor

four

98

four

quattuor

99

quīnque

five

100

five

quīnque

101

sex

six

102

six

sex

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septem

seven

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seven

septem

105

octō

eight

106

eight

octō

107

novem

nine

108

nine

novem

109

decem

ten

110

ten

decem

111

ūndecim

eleven

112

eleven

ūndecim

113

duodecim

twelve

114

twelve

duodecim

115

trēdecim (decem [et] trēs)

thirteen

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thirteen

trēdecim (decem [et] trēs)

117

quattuordecim

fourteen

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fourteen

quattuordecim

119

quīndecim

fifteen

120

fifteen

quīndecim

121

sēdecim

sixteen

122

sixteen

sēdecim

123

septendecim

seventeen

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seventeen

septendecim

125

duodēvīgintī (octōdecim)

eighteen

126

eighteen

duodēvīgintī (octōdecim)

127

ūndēvīgintī (novendecim)

nineteen

128

nineteen

ūndēvīgintī (novendecim)

129

vīgintī

twenty

130

twenty

vīgintī

131

vīgintī ūnus, -a, -um

twenty-one

132

twenty-one

vīgintī ūnus, -a, -um

133

trīgintā

thirty

134

thirty

trīgintā

135

quadrāgintā

fourty

136

fourty

quadrāgintā

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quīnquāgintā

fifty

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fifty

quīnquāgintā

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sexāgintā

sixty

140

sixty

sexāgintā

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septuāgintā

seventy

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seventy

septuāgintā

143

octōgintā

eighty

144

eighty

octōgintā

145

nōnāgintā

ninety

146

ninety

nōnāgintā

147

centum

one hundred

148

one hundred

centum

149

mīlle; pl., mīlia (gen., mīlium)

one thousand

150

one thousand

mīlle; pl., mīlia (gen., mīlium)