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exitium -i n.

ruin, destruction

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fundus -i m.

farm

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praefectus -i m.

magistrate, official

4

regnator, regnatoris m.

ruler

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scelus, sceleris n.

crime

6

scriptor, scriptoris m.

writer

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vectigal, vectigal n.

tax

8

desero deserere deserui desertum

to leave

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divido dividere divisi divisum

to divide

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munio munire munivi munitum

to fortify

11

pendeo, pendere, pependin *

to hang (*no 4th Principle part)

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subverto subvertere subverti subversum

to upset, overthrow

13

pavidus -a -um

pale, fearful

14

amicitia -ae f.

friendship

15

copia -ae f.

abundance of supply (in the plural) troops

16

scutum -i n.

shield

17

pons pontis m.

bridge

18

porta -ae f.

gate

19

somnium -i n.

dream

20

cresco crescere crevi cretum

to grow

21

gero gerere gessi gestum

to wear

22

bellum gerere

to wage war

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immineo imminere

to draw near

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noto -are -avi -atum

to mark

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ipse ipsa ipsum

himself, herself, itself

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idem, eadem idem

the same

27

quidam quaedam quoddam

a certain

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contra

opposite, against

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extra

outside, outside of

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illuc

there, to that place

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huc

here

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utrimque (utrinque)

on both sides, from both sides

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ne...quidem

not even

34

episcopatus -i m.

the office of bishop, bishopric

35

poena -ae f.

punishment

36

regnum -i n.

kingdom, rule

37

deficio deficere defeci defectum

to loosen, to remove oneself, to die

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efficio efficere effeci effectum

to make, to bring to pass

39

occupo-are -avi -atum

to seize

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oro -are -avi -atum

to pray, beg

41

pello pellere pelluli pulsum

to strike, beat

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pervenio pervenire perveni perventum

to arrive

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privo -are -avi -atum

to bereave, deprive

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meus mea meum

my, my own

45

nostre nostra nostrum

our

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suus sua suum

his own, her own, its own

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tua tua tuum

your your own

48

vester vestra vestrum

your (pl.)

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ibi

there

50

grammaticus -i m.

grammer teacher

51

spolium -i n.

spoil

52

vanitas vanitatis f.

emptiness

53

admirari admiratus sum

to admire

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audeo audere ausus sum

to dare

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fleo flere flevi sum

to weep

56

fruor frui fructus sum

to have the benefit of, to enjoy

57

gaudeo gaudere gavisus sum

to rejoice

58

gradir gradi gressus sum

to step

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ibuo imbuere imbui imbutum

to wet, steep, saturate

60

loquor loqui locutus sum

to speak

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morior mori mortuus sum

to die

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ploro -are -avi -atum

to get hold of

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sequor sequi secutus sum

to follow

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utor uti usus sum

to use

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vereor vereri veritus sum

to fear

66

oblivious -a -um

forgetful, oblivious

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onerosus -a -um

heavy , burdensome

68

poenalis poenale

of or belonging to punishment, penal

69

siccus -a -um

dry, thirsty

70

intus

within

71

augmentum -i n.

an increase, growth

72

caedes caedis f.

a cutting, killing

73

fas n.

devine right

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fas est

it is right

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iustitia -ae f.

justice

76

nasus - i m.

nose

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nefas

against divine law

78

parricidium -i n.

parricide, murder of a parent

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potestas potestatis f.

power

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aduno -are -avi -atum

to make one

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augeo agugere auxi auctum

to increase

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conor conari conatus sum

to try

83

subdo subdere subdidi subditum

to place, to lay

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aspersus -a -um

sprinkle

85

canus -a -um

white, grey

86

mirabilis mirabile

wonderful

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universus -a -um

combined in one, whole, entire