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optimus quisque

all the best men

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opto, -are 1

wish, choose

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opulentus, -a, -um

rich, wealthy

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opus, operis n3

work, task, piece of work, siege-work

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opus est

there is need of

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ora, orae f1

shore, edge, coast, realm

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oraculum, oraculi n2

oracle, prophesy, divine response

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oratio, orationis f3

speech, address

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orator, oratoris m3

orator, speaker, pleader

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orbis, orbis m3

circle

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orbis terrarum

the world, earth

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orbo, -are 1

deprive, bereave

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orbus, -a, -um

orphan

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ordior, -iri, orsus 4 dep

begin, begin speaking

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ordo, ordinis m3

rank, line, social class

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oriens, orientis 3

rising, eastern

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origo, originis f3

source, origin

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orior, -iri, ortus 4 dep

rise, arise

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ornamentum, ornamenti n2

furniture, decoration, equipment, military honours

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ornamento esse

decorate, grace

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orno, -are 1

adorn, decorate, equip, make attractive

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oro, -are 1

beg, pray, plead

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ortus, -a, -um

arisen, born from, originating

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ortus, ortus m4

rising, origin

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solis ortus

sunrise

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os, oris n3

mouth, face, voice

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`os, ossis n3

bone

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osculum, osculi n2

kiss

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ostendo, -ere, ostendi, ostentum/ostensum 3

show

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ostento, -are 1

show, display, show off

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ostium, ostii n2

door, mouth of a river

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ovis, ovis f3

sheep

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ovum, ovi n2

egg

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pabulor, -ari 1 dep

forage

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pabulum, pabuli n2

fodder, food

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paciscor, -I, pactus 3 dep

make a bargain, agree

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paco, -are 1

pacify

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pactio, pactionis f3

an agreement

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pactum, pacti n2

agreement

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hoc pacto

in this way

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quo pacto

how?

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paene

almost

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paenitet, -ere, paenituit 2

regret

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pagus, paghim2

village, country district, tribe

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palam

openly, publicly

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pallesco, -ere, pallui 3

grow pale

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pallidus, -a, -um

pale

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palma, palmae f1

palm-tree, palm (of a hand), prize, reward

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palus, pali m2

piece of wood, post, pole, stake

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palus, paludis f3

bog, marsh

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pando, -ere, pandi, pansum 3

stretch, spread, open

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panis, panis m3

bread

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par, paris 3

equal, the same, a match for

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paratus, -a, -um

prepared, ready

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parco, -ere, peperci, parsum 3 v + dat

spare

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parens, parentis m/f3

parent, relative

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pareo, -ere 2 v + dat

obey

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paries, parietis m3

wall, partition

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pario, -ere, peperi, partum 3

beget, produce

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pariter

equally, in the same way

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paro, parare 1

prepare

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pars, partis f3

part, share, direction, some, dramatic part, party, faction

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pars...pars...

some...others...

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partim

partly

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parum

a little, very little, too little, not at all

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parumper

for a short while

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parvus, -a, -um

small

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pascor, -I, patus 3 dep

graze, feed on

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passim

here and there, everywhere

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passus, passus m4

pace, step

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passus, -a, -um

spread out, wide open, dishevelled

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pastor, pastoris m3

shepherd

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patefacio, -ere, patefeci, patefactum 3/4

reveal, open out

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pateo, -ere 2

be open, open out, be obvious

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pater, patris m3

father, senators

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patres conscripti

senators

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patera, paterae f1

dish, bowl

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paternus, -a, -um

belonging to a father

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patientia, patientiae f1

patience, endurance, acceptance

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patior, -i, passus 3/4 dep

suffer, endure, allow

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patria, patriae f1

homeland, country, fatherland

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patricius, -a, -um

of senators, patrician, noble

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patrius, -a, -um

of a father, ancestral

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patronus, patroni m2

patron, protector

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patruus, patrui m2

uncle

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pauci, -ae, -a

few, a few

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paucitas, paucitatis f3

scarcity, small number

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paulatim

gradually

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paulisper

for a short while

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paulo adv + comp

a little more

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paulum

a little, little

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pauper, pauperis 3

poor

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paveo, -ere, pavi 2

quiver, flap, fear

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pavidus, -a, -um

quaking, fearful

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pavimentum, pavimenti n2

floor, pavement

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pavor, pavoris m3

panic, fear

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pax, pacis f3

peace

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peccatum, peccati n2

a mistake, sin

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pecco, -are 1

make a mistake, sin

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pectus, pectoris n3

chest, breast, heart, feeling, courage

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pecunia, pecuniae f1

money, sum of money

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pecus, pecoris n3

flock, herd

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pecus, pecudis f3

an animal, sheep, cow, flock, herd