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accendo -ere -cendi -censum

set on fire, inflame

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adhuc

until now, hitherto, as yet

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adiuvo -are -iuvi -iutum

help

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administro (1)

manage, direct

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adorno (1)

equip, prepare

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aedilis -is m.

aedile

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aequalis -is -e

level, equal, of same age

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aeque

equally

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aeternus -a -um

perpetual, eternal

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afficio -ficere -feci -fectum

affect, influence, endow with

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agito (1)

drive, toss, keep going

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agnus -i m.

lamb

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alias

at another time, elsewhere

14

alibi

elsewhere

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alio

to another place

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aliquando

at some time, sometimes

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aliqui -qua -quod

some

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aliquot

some

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aliter

otherwise, differently

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alo -ere alui altum (or alitum)

nourish, bring up, maintain

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ambo -bae -bo

both

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amens -entis

mad

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amnis -is m.

river

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amplus -a -um

big, spacious, grand

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antiquus -a -um

ancient

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anulus -i m.

ring

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apis -is f.

bee

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as assis m.

small coin

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aspicio -ere -spexi -spectum

look at

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assentio -ire -sensi -sensum (+ dat.)

agree with

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assentior -iri -sensus (+ dat.)

agree with

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ater atra atrum

black

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atqui

but

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atrox -ocis

savage, fierce, cruel

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aufero -ferre abstuli ablatum

take away, carry off

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aula -ae f.

court-yard, palace

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aureus -a -um

golden

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auris -is f.

ear

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aurora -ae f.

dawn

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avis -is f.

bird

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beatus -a -um

happy, wealthy

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beneficium -i n.

kindness, good turn, benefit

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bis

twice

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caeruleus -a -um

dark blue or green

45

calor -oris m.

heat

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canus -a -um

white, grey (esp. of hair)

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capesso -ere -ivi -itum

undertake, lay hold of

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capillus -i m.

hair

49

capto (1)

try to get, chase

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caro carnis f.

flesh

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causa -ae f.

cause, law-case

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celsus -a -um

high

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censor -oris m.

censor (official)

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circiter

about

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circulus -i m.

circle, ring

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circumvenio -ire -veni -ventum

surround

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clam (adv. or + abl. or acc.)

secretly, unknown to

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coeo -ire -ii -itum

come together, meet

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coetus -us m.

assembly, crowd

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cognatus -a -um

related, relation

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cognomen -inis n.

surname

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colligo -ere -legi -lectum

collect, recover oneself (with reflexive)

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colloco (1)

place, position

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colonus -i m.

farmer, colonist

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columna -ae f.

column, pillar

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comitor -ari -atus

accompany

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communis -is -e

common, general

68

commuto (1)

change, exchange

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complector -plecti -plexus

embrace, include

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compono -ere -posui -positum

put together, compose, arrange

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comprimo -ere -pressi -pressum

restrain, suppress

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conatus -us m.

attempt, effort

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concito (1)

stir up, excite, rouse

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concordia -ae f.

agreement, union

75

concors -cordis

in agreement, united

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concurro -ere -curri -cursum

assemble hurriedly, meet in battle

77

concursus -us m.

assembly, collision

78

condemno (1)

condemn, sentence

79

confido -ere -fisus sum (+ dat.)

trust in

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confirmo (1)

strengthen, encourage

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confiteor -eri -fessus

admit, confess

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consolor -ari -atus

comfort, console

83

convenio -ire -veni -ventum

meet together, be suitable,

84

convoco (1)

call together, summon

85

coram (adv. and + abl.)

openly, in the presence of

86

crinis -is m.

hair

87

decedo -ere -cessi -cessum

depart, retire, cease

88

decipio -cipere -cepi -ceptum

deceive

89

decretum -i n.

decision, decree

90

defessus -a -um

exhausted

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denarius -i m.

silver coin

92

dens dentis m.

tooth

93

densus -a -um

crowded, thick, frequent

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desero -ere -serui -sertum

abandon, desert

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despicio -spicere -spexi -spectum

look down, despise

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deterior -ior -ius

worse, inferior

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dictum -i n.

saying, command

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difficultas -atis f.

difficulty

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dimitto -ere -misi -missum

dismiss, abandon

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discedo -ere -cessi -cessum

go away, depart

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disciplina -ae f.

learning, knowledge, discipline

102

discipulus -i m.

pupil

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displiceo -ere -plicui

displease

104

dissentio -ire -sensi -sensum

disagree

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dives divitis

rich

106

divitiae -arum f.pl.

riches

107

divus -a -um

divine

108

doctus -a -um

learned

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dormio -ire -ivi -itum

sleep

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edo edere edidi editum

give out, produce, publish

111

effigies -ei f.

image, statue

112

epulae -arum f.pl.

banquet, feast

113

epulor -ari -atus

feast

114

erga (+ acc.)

towards

115

exsul -ulis c.

exile

116

exsulto (1)

jump about, rejoice

117

extemplo

immediately

118

faber fabri m.

workman, smith, carpenter

119

fabricor -ari -atus

build, make

120

fasces -ium m.pl.

fasces, bundle of rods carried

121

favor -oris m.

favour, support, applause

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febris -is f.

fever

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fenestra -ae f.

window

124

ferme

almost, nearly, about

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ferreus -a -um

of iron, unfeeling, cruel

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ferrum -i n.

iron, sword

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fido -ere fisus sum (+ dat.)

trust in

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finio -ire -ivi -itum

limit, fix, finish (trans.)

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finitimus -a -um

neighbouring

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flamma -ae f.

flame

131

formido (1)

be afraid (of)

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formido -inis f.

fear, terror

133

fors fortis f.

chance, luck

134

fortiter

bravely

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frons frondis f.

leaf

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frons frontis m.

forehead, front

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fructus -us m.

fruit, profit

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fulmen -inis n.

thunderbolt

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fumo (1)

smoke

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fumus -i m.

smoke

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funus funeris n.

funeral, death, ruin

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furtum -i n.

theft, trick

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glacies -ei f.

ice

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gradus -us m.

step, pace

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gramen -inis n.

grass

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grandis -is -e

large, old

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grates f.pl.

thanks

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gravidus -a -um

pregnant

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gravitas -atis f.

weight, dignity, importance

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gremium -i n.

lap

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habena -ae f.

rein

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habito (1)

live, inhabit

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habitus -us m.

condition, character, dress

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haurio -ire hausi haustum

drain, swallow

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herba -ae f.

grass, herb

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heros -ois m.

hero

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heu

alas!

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horrendus -a -um

terrible

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horridus -a -um

rough, bristly

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hospitium -i n.

hospitality, inn

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humi

on or in the ground

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ibidem

in the same place

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imitor -ari -atus

imitate, copy

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immemor -oris (+ gen.)

forgetful, heedless (of)

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immineo -ere

hang over, threaten

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impar (gen. imparis)

unequal, inferior

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impius -a -um

impious, without proper respect

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improvisus -a -um

unexpected

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imprudens (gen. -entis)

unaware, off one's guard

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impune (adv.)

without punishment

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imus -a -um

lowest, deepest

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incedo -ere -cessi -cessum

go, walk, advance

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incito (1)

urge on, rouse, excite

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infelix (gen. -felicis)

unfortunate, unhappy

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inferi -orum m.pl.

the dead below

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infirmus -a -um

weak

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inimicus -a -um

enemy, hostile

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iniuria -ae f.

a wrong, injustice

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iniussu (+ gen.)

without authority from

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innocuus -a -um

harmless

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inquam

I say, I repeat

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instituo -ere -ui -utum

set up, establish, appoint

183

interdiu

by day

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intus (adv.)

inside, at home

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inultus -a -um

unavenged, unpunished

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invicem

in turn, one after another

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invidus -a -um

envious, jealous

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iocor -ari -atus

joke

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iocus -i m.

joke

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iucundus -a -um

pleasant

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iussu (meo, etc. or + gen.)

on the orders of

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iuxta (+ acc.)

close to, next to

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lac lactis n.

milk

194

lacero (1)

tear, mangle

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lacus -us m.

lake

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laetitia -ae f.

joy

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laetor -ari -atus

be glad, happy

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lar laris m.

household god

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largus -a -um

plentiful, generous

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lavo -are lavi lautum (or lotum)

wash

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lectus -i m.

bed, couch

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letum -i n.

death

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levis -is -e

smooth

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libellus -i m.

small book

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libens (gen. -entis)

willingly, with pleasure

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libenter

gladly, willingly

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limen liminis n.

threshold, doorway

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linquo linquere liqui

leave, abandon

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longe

far off, by far, very much

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luctus -us m.

grief

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lupus -i m.

wolf

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maereo -ere

mourn

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magis

more

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magistratus -us m.

magistracy

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maiestas -atis f.

dignity, grandeur, (as crime) high treason

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manifestus -a -um

obvious, clear, clearly guilty

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manipulus -i m.

company of soldiers

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maritus -i m.

husband

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marmor -oris n.

marble

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marmoreus -a -um

made of marble

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matrona -ae f.

married woman

222

maxime

most, especially

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medicus -i m.

doctor

224

mel mellis n.

honey

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minax (gen. minacis)

threatening

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minister -tri m.

servant, agent

227

ministro (1)

serve, supply

228

minus

less

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mirabilis -is -e

wonderful, amazing

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misericordia -ae f.

pity, mercy

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mitis -is -e

mild, gentle

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monstrum -i n.

monster, bad omen

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mus muris c.

mouse

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mutus -a -um

silent, dumb

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nasus -i m.

nose

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natu

by birth, in age

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nepos nepotis m.

grandson

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nervus -i m.

sinew

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nescio -ire -ivi

be ignorant, not know

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nescius -a -um

ignorant

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neuter -tra -trum

neither

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nocturnus -a -um

of night, by night

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nomino (1)

name

244

nonnulli -ae -a

some, several

245

nota -ae f.

mark, sign, note

246

noto (1)

mark

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nutrio -ire -ivi -itum

nourish, rear

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nutrix -icis f.

nurse

249

obsto -are -stiti (+ dat.)

be in the way, oppose, obstruct

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occasus -us m.

setting (of sun)

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occulto (1)

hide

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occurro -ere -curri -cursum

go to meet, meet, occur

253

odor odoris m.

smell, scent

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offero offerre obtuli oblatum

present, show, offer

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origo originis f.

origin, beginning

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ortus -us m.

rising (of sun)

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osculor -ari -atus

kiss

258

osculum -i n.

kiss

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(or -tensum)

show

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ovum -i n.

egg

261

pagina -ae f.

page

262

palam

openly, publicly

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palleo -ere -ui

be pale

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pallesco -ere pallui

turn pale

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pallidus -a -um

pale

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pallor -oris m.

paleness

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parum

too little

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pasco -ere pavi pastum

feed, pasture

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pastor -oris m.

shepherd

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patefacio -facere -feci -factum

open up, disclose

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patiens (gen. patientis) (+ gen.)

able to endure, tolerant of

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paulisper

for a short time

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pauper (gen. pauperis)

poor

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paupertas -atis f.

poverty

275

pavidus -a -um

fearful, panicky

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pellis -is f.

skin, hide

277

penetro (1)

make one's way into

278

penitus (adv.)

deeply, far within, utterly

279

percipio -cipere -cepi -ceptum

perceive, feel, understand

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perficio -ficere -feci -fectum

complete, accomplish

281

perfidia -ae f.

treachery

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perfidus -a -um

treacherous, faithless

283

perpetuus -a -um

continuing, without break, perpetual

284

persuadeo -ere -suasi -suasum (+ dat.)

persuade

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perturbo (1)

upset, throw into confusion

286

pinguis -is -e

fat, fertile

287

plaudo -ere plausi plausum

clap, applaud

288

pluma -ae f.

soft feather

289

poeta -ae m.

poet

290

pontifex pontificis m.

priest

291

posterus -a -um

coming after, next

292

posteri m.pl.

future generations

293

postridie

on the next day

294

potens (gen. potentis)

powerful, master of (+ gen.)

295

potior -ior -ius

preferable, better

296

potissimus -a -um

most important, chief

297

potissimum (adv.)

especially

298

praeclarus -a -um

famous, distinguished

299

praedor -ari -atus

plunder

300

praefectus -i m.

commander, man in charge of (+ dat.)

301

praeficio -ficere -feci -fectum

put in charge of (+ dat.)

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praesum

be in charge of (+ dat.)

303

praeter (+ acc.)

past, except, contrary to, beyond,

304

praetereo -ire -ivi -itum

pass by, omit

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pridie

on the day before

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privatus -a -um

private, personal, not official

307

procurator -oris m.

administrator, financial agent

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profundus -a -um

deep

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propinquus -a -um

near, neighbouring

310

propter (+ acc.)

near, on account of

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pudor -oris m.

shame, bashfulness

312

punio -ire -ivi -itum

punish

313

purpureus -a -um

red, purple

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purus -a -um

clean, pure, plain

315

quamvis

however much, although

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quare

why, wherefore

317

quasi

as if, just as, as it were

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quatio quatere quassum

shake, beat

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ne . . . quidem

not even

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quiesco -ere quievi quietum

rest, be quiet

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radix radicis f.

root

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rarus -a -um

rare, scattered, at intervals

323

reficio -ficere -feci -fectum

restore, repair, refresh

324

regio regionis f.

region, area, district

325

remedium -i n.

cure

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remigo (1)

row

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reparo (1)

recover, make good, repair

328

repello -ere reppuli repulsum

drive back, repel

329

repens (gen. repentis)

sudden, unexpected

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repente

suddenly

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requiesco -ere -quievi -quietum

rest

332

resto -stare -stiti

remain, be left

333

risus -us m.

laugh, laughter

334

rosa -ae, f.

rose

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saevio -ire -ii -itum

be fierce, rage

336

saevitia -ae f.

savagery, brutality

337

sal salis m.

salt, sea

338

saltem

at least

339

saluto (1)

greet

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sapiens (gen. sapientis)

wise

341

schola -ae f.

school

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semel

once

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semen seminis n.

seed

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senectus -utis f.

old age

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sepulcrum -i n.

grave, tomb

346

serenus -a -um

clear, bright

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sermo sermonis m.

speech, talk, conversation

348

serus -a -um

(too) late

349

sero (adv.)

(too) late

350

serius (adv.)

too late

351

servitium -i n.

slavery

352

significo (1)

show, indicate, mean

353

singuli -ae -a

one each, individual

354

solitudo -inis f.

loneliness, being alone

355

somnio (1)

dream

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spargo -ere sparsi sparsum

scatter, sprinkle

357

spiritus -us m.

breath, spirit, character

358

spiro (1)

breathe

359

stabilis -is -e

firm, stable

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statua -ae f.

statue

361

stella -ae f.

star

362

struo -ere struxi structum

build, contrive, devise

363

suadeo -ere -suasi suasum (+ dat.)

advise, urge

364

suavis -is -e

pleasant, sweet

365

suesco -ere suevi suetum

become accustomed

366

supero (1)

overcome, conquer

367

taberna -ae f.

shop, inn

368

tabernaculum -i n.

tent

369

tabula -ae f.

plank, writing tablet, picture

370

taurus -i m.

bull

371

termino (1)

limit, bound, finish

372

terminus -i m.

boundary, limit

373

theatrum -i n.

theatre

374

tono -are tonui tonitum

thunder

375

tranquillus -a -um

quiet, calm, still

376

tremesco -ere

tremble (at)

377

tremo -ere tremui

quiver, tremble

378

tremor -oris m.

shaking, trembling

379

tremulus -a -um

shaking, trembling

380

tribunus -i m.

tribune (officer)

381

tuba -ae f.

trumpet

382

tunica -ae f.

tunic, shirt

383

tyrannus -i m.

tyrant

384

ultio -onis f.

revenge

385

ultor -oris m.

avenger

386

umerus -i m.

shoulder

387

usquam

anywhere

388

utilis -is -e

useful

389

vacca -ae f.

cow

390

vae

woe (to)!

391

vanus -a -um

empty, idle, useless

392

vehemens (gen. -entis)

violent, powerful

393

vehor vehi vectus

ride, sail, travel

394

velox (gen. velocis)

swift

395

velum -i n.

sail

396

venenum -i n.

poison

397

verbera -um n.pl.

blows, a flogging

398

verbero (1)

flog

399

verum (adv.)

but

400

veteranus -i m.

veteran (soldier)

401

villa -ae f.

country house

402

vinum -i n.

wine

403

viso -ere visi visum

go to see, visit

404

volito (1)

fly, flit

405

volo (1)

fly

406

vulgus -i n.

crowd, rabble, the masses