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aiō (defective verb)

[pres.: aiō, ais, ait, --, --, aiunt
imperf.: aiēbam, etc. (complete)
pres. subjunctive: --, aiās, aiat, --, --, aiant]

say, say yes, affirm

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amīcitia, -ae, F.

friendship

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cadō, -ere, cecidī, cāsus

to fall

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cāsus, -ūs, M.

fall, accident, occurrence, chance

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cōnsilium, -i, N.

counsel, plan, advice

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crūdēlis, -e

cruel

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dēmēns, dēmentis

mad, raving

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facilis, -e

easy

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facile (adv.)

easily

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difficilis, -e

difficult

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gracilis, -e

slender, unadorned, simple

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hospes, -itis, M.

guest, host

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humilis, -e

humble, lowly

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laudō (1)

to praise

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laus, laudis, F.

praise

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magnopere (adv.)

greatly

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maiōrēs, -um, M. pl.

ancestors

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male (adv.)

badly

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Mārs, Mārtis, M.

Mars (god of war)

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multum (adv.)

much, very

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mūniō, -īre, -īvī, -ītus

fortify

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nam (conj.)

for

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odium, -i, N.

hatred

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parum (adv. and indeclinable adj.)

too little, not enough

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parvus, -a, -um

small, little

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prius (adv.)

before, previously

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quam prīmum

as soon as possible

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proximus, -a, -um

nearest, next (+ dat.)

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quam (conj.)

than (used in comparisons); as...[superlative adj./adv.]...as possible (with the superlative); how! (exclamatory)

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saepe (adv.)

often

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sapiēns, -ntis

wise

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sapientia, -ae, F.

wisdom

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satis (sat) (adv. and indeclinable adj.)

enough

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serēnus, -a, -um

serene, calm

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similis, -e

like, similar (to) (+ gen. or dat.)

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dissimilis, -e

dissimilar, unlike (+ gen. or dat.)

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solvō, -ere, solvī, solūtus

loosen, free, untie

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summus, -a, -um

highest, top (of)

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supplex, supplicis

suppliant, humble

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tam (adv.)

so

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tam...quam

so ... as, as ... as

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templum, -i, N.

temple

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tūtus, -a, -um

safe

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bonus, -a, -um

good

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melior, melius

better

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optimus, -a, -um

best

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malus, -a, -um

bad

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peior, peius

worse

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pessimus, -a, -um

worst

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magnus, -a, -um

great

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maior, maius
 

greater

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maximus, -a, -um

 

greatest

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minor, minus

smaller

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minimus, -a, -um

 

smallest

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multus, -a, -um

much

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plūs (N. only in sing.; pl.: plūrēs, plūra)

more

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plūrimus, -a, -um

most, very many

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bene (adv.)

well

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melius (adv.)

better

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optimē (adv.)

best

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peius (adv.)

worse

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pessimē (adv.)

worst

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magis (adv.)

more

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maximē (adv.)

most, especially

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minus (adv.)

less

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minimē (adv.)

least

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plūs (adv.)

more

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plūrimum (adv.)

most

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diū (adv.)

long (in time), for a long time

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diūtius (adv.)

longer

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diūtissimē (adv.)

longest

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saepius (adv.)

more often

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saepissimē (adv.)

very often

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prīmum (adv.)

first

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prope (adv.)

near

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propius (adv.)

nearer

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proximē (adv.)

nearest, next

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say, say yes, affirm

aiō (defective verb)

[pres.: aiō, ais, ait, --, --, aiunt
imperf.: aiēbam, etc. (complete)
pres. subjunctive: --, aiās, aiat, --, --, aiant]

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friendship

amīcitia, -ae, F.

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to fall

cadō, -ere, cecidī, cāsus

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fall, accident, occurrence, chance

cāsus, -ūs, M.

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counsel, plan, advice

cōnsilium, -i, N.

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cruel

crūdēlis, -e

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mad, raving

dēmēns, dēmentis

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easy

facilis, -e

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easily

facile (adv.)

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difficult

difficilis, -e

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slender, unadorned, simple

gracilis, -e

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guest, host

hospes, -itis, M.

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humble, lowly

humilis, -e

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to praise

laudō (1)

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praise

laus, laudis, F.

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greatly

magnopere (adv.)

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ancestors

maiōrēs, -um, M. pl.

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badly

male (adv.)

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Mars (god of war)

Mārs, Mārtis, M.

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much, very

multum (adv.)

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fortify

mūniō, -īre, -īvī, -ītus

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for

nam (conj.)

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hatred

odium, -i, N.

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too little, not enough

parum (adv. and indeclinable adj.)

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small, little

parvus, -a, -um

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before, previously

prius (adv.)

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as soon as possible

quam prīmum

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nearest, next (+ dat.)

proximus, -a, -um

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than (used in comparisons); as...[superlative adj./adv.]...as possible (with the superlative); how! (exclamatory)

quam (conj.)

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often

saepe (adv.)

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wise

sapiēns, -ntis

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wisdom

sapientia, -ae, F.

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enough

satis (sat) (adv. and indeclinable adj.)

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serene, calm

serēnus, -a, -um

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like, similar (to) (+ gen. or dat.)

similis, -e

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dissimilar, unlike (+ gen. or dat.)

dissimilis, -e

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loosen, free, untie

solvō, -ere, solvī, solūtus

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highest, top (of)

summus, -a, -um

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suppliant, humble

supplex, supplicis

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so

tam (adv.)

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so ... as, as ... as

tam...quam

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temple

templum, -i, N.

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safe

tūtus, -a, -um

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good

bonus, -a, -um

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better

melior, melius

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best

optimus, -a, -um

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bad

malus, -a, -um

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worse

peior, peius

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worst

pessimus, -a, -um

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great

magnus, -a, -um

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greater

maior, maius
 

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greatest

maximus, -a, -um

 

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smaller

minor, minus

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smallest

minimus, -a, -um

 

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much

multus, -a, -um

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more

plūs (N. only in sing.; pl.: plūrēs, plūra)

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most, very many

plūrimus, -a, -um

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well

bene (adv.)

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better

melius (adv.)

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best

optimē (adv.)

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worse

peius (adv.)

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worst

pessimē (adv.)

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more

magis (adv.)

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most, especially

maximē (adv.)

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less

minus (adv.)

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least

minimē (adv.)

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more

plūs (adv.)

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most

plūrimum (adv.)

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long (in time), for a long time

diū (adv.)

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longer

diūtius (adv.)

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longest

diūtissimē (adv.)

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more often

saepius (adv.)

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very often

saepissimē (adv.)

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first

prīmum (adv.)

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near

prope (adv.)

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nearer

propius (adv.)

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nearest, next

proximē (adv.)