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ante (prep. + acc)

before, in front of

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ante (adv.)

before, previously

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antīquus, -a, -um

ancient

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ardeō, -ēre, arsī, arsus

burn, be on fire; desire

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arma, -ōrum, N. (pl.)

arms, weapons

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aurum, -ī, N.

gold

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aureus, -a, -um

golden, of gold

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autem (postpositive conj.)

however, moreover

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bene (adv.)

well

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canō, -ere, cecinī, cantus

sing (of)

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cēdō, -ere, cessī, cessus

go, move, yield

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accēdō, -ere, -cessī, -cessus

go to, approach

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discēdo, -ere, -cessī, -cessus

go from, depart, leave

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dēbeō, -ēre, dēbuī, dēbitus

owe, ought (+ inf.)

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dominus, -ī, M.

master, lord

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dūrus, -a, -um

hard, harsh

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ferrum, -ī, N.

iron, sword

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flamma, -ae, F.

flame, fire

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imperium, -ī, N.

authority, power, empire

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imperō (1)

give (an) order(s), give (a) command(s) (The person ordered is in the dative case; the thing ordered is expressed by an ut clause [negative ] of indirect command.)

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interficiō, -ere, -fēcī, -fectus

kill

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invādō, -ere, -vāsī, -vāsus

go into, invade, attack

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magister, magistrī, M.

superior, director, master, teacher

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medius, -a, -um

middle of, middle

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moveō, -ēre, mōvī, mōtus

move

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removeō, -ēre, -mōvī, -mōtus

remove, take away, set aside

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mox (adv.)

soon

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nōscō, -ere, nōvī, nōtus

learn, (in perfect) know

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cognōscō, -ere, -nōvī, -nitus

learn, (in perfect) know

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novus, -a, -um

new, strange

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numquam (nunquam) (adv.)

never

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umquam (unquam) (adv.)

ever

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pius, -a, -um

loyal, dutiful, pious

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impius, -a, -um

irreverent, wicked, impious

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populus, -ī, M.

people

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possum, posse, potuī, --

be able, can (+ compl. inf.)

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post (prep. + acc.)

after, behind

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post (adv.)

afterwards, after, behind

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postquam (post...quam) (conj.)

after (+ indicative)

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quamquam (conj.)

although (+ indicative)

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ruīna, -ae, F.

fall, downfall, ruin, destruction

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ruō, -ere, ruī, rutus

fall, go to ruin, rush

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sine (prep. + abl.)

without

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socius, -a, -um

allied

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socius, -ī, M.

ally

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tamen (adv.)

nevertheless

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vīvō, -ere, vīxī, vīctus

be alive, live

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vocō (1)

call

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before, in front of

ante (prep. + acc)

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before, previously

ante (adv.)

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ancient

antīquus, -a, -um

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burn, be on fire; desire

ardeō, -ēre, arsī, arsus

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arms, weapons

arma, -ōrum, N. (pl.)

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gold

aurum, -ī, N.

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golden, of gold

aureus, -a, -um

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however, moreover

autem (postpositive conj.)

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well

bene (adv.)

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sing (of)

canō, -ere, cecinī, cantus

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go, move, yield

cēdō, -ere, cessī, cessus

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go to, approach

accēdō, -ere, -cessī, -cessus

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go from, depart, leave

discēdo, -ere, -cessī, -cessus

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owe, ought (+ inf.)

dēbeō, -ēre, dēbuī, dēbitus

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master, lord

dominus, -ī, M.

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hard, harsh

dūrus, -a, -um

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iron, sword

ferrum, -ī, N.

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flame, fire

flamma, -ae, F.

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authority, power, empire

imperium, -ī, N.

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give (an) order(s), give (a) command(s) (The person ordered is in the dative case; the thing ordered is expressed by an ut clause [negative ] of indirect command.)

imperō (1)

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kill

interficiō, -ere, -fēcī, -fectus

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go into, invade, attack

invādō, -ere, -vāsī, -vāsus

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superior, director, master, teacher

magister, magistrī, M.

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middle of, middle

medius, -a, -um

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move

moveō, -ēre, mōvī, mōtus

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remove, take away, set aside

removeō, -ēre, -mōvī, -mōtus

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soon

mox (adv.)

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learn, (in perfect) know

nōscō, -ere, nōvī, nōtus

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learn, (in perfect) know

cognōscō, -ere, -nōvī, -nitus

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new, strange

novus, -a, -um

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never

numquam (nunquam) (adv.)

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ever

umquam (unquam) (adv.)

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loyal, dutiful, pious

pius, -a, -um

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irreverent, wicked, impious

impius, -a, -um

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people

populus, -ī, M.

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be able, can (+ compl. inf.)

possum, posse, potuī, --

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after, behind

post (prep. + acc.)

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afterwards, after, behind

post (adv.)

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after (+ indicative)

postquam (post...quam) (conj.)

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although (+ indicative)

quamquam (conj.)

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fall, downfall, ruin, destruction

ruīna, -ae, F.

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fall, go to ruin, rush

ruō, -ere, ruī, rutus

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without

sine (prep. + abl.)

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allied

socius, -a, -um

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ally

socius, -ī, M.

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nevertheless

tamen (adv.)

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be alive, live

vīvō, -ere, vīxī, vīctus

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call

vocō (1)