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pedes, peditis m3

footsoldier, infantryman, infantry

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pedester, pedestris, pedestre

on foot, pedestrian, of a footsoldier

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peior, peior, peius

worse

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pelagus, pelagi n2

the sea

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pellis, pellis m3

pelt, skin

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pello, -ere, pepuli, pulsum 3

beat, drive, drive away, banish

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penates, penatum m3 pl

household gods, home

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pendeo, -ere, pependi 2

hang (intrans), be in suspense, be suspended

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pendo, -ere, pependi, pensum 3

hang (trans), weigh, value, consider

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penetralia, -ium n3

interior, innermost part, inner sanctum

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penitus

deeply, utterly

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penna, pennae f1

wing, feather

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per pre + acc

through, throughout, along, over, during, by means of, by agency of, by

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perago, -ere, peregi, peractum 3

carry through, complete, pierce

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percipio, -ere, percepi, perceptum 3/4

collect, seize, perceive, learn

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percontor, -ari 1 dep

inquire, find out

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perculsus, -a, -um

struck, shattered, upset

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percutio, -ere, percussi, percussum 3/4

strike, beat

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perditus, -a, -um

lost, ruined, desperate

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perdo, -ere, perdidi, perditum 3

lose, destroy, ruin

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perduco, -ere, perduxi, perductum 3

lead through, take through

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pereo, -ire, perii, peritum

perish, be destroyed, be lost, die

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perfero, -ferre, pertuli, perlatum

carry through, bring news, tolerate, endure

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perficio, -ere, perfeci, perfectum 3/4

complete, accomplish

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perfidia, perfidiae f1

treachery

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perfidus, -a, -um

treacherous, false

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paerfuga, perfugae m1

deserter

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pergo, -ere, perrexi, perrectum 3

continue, procceed

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periculosus, -a, -um

dangerous

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periculum, periculi n2

danger, peril

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perculo esse

endanger

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peritia, peritiae f1

skill, experience

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peritus, -a, -um

skilled, experience

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permaneo, -ere, permansi, permansum 2

remain, last

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permitto, -ere, permisi, permissum 3 cv + dat

allow, entrust

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permotus, -a, -um

greatly moved, upset

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permoveo, -ere, permovem, permotum 2

move thoroughly/deeply

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permulti, -ae, a pl

very many

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pernicies, perniciei f5

destruction

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perpauci, -ae, -a

very few

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perpetuus, -a, -um

continuous, everlasting

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persequor, -i, persecutus 3

pursue, hunt, avenge

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persevero, -are 1

persist, continue

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perspicio, -ere, perspexi, perspectum 3/4

look through, examine

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persuadeo, -ere, persuasi, persuasum 2 cv + dat

persuade

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perterreo, -ere 2

terrify

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perterritus, -a, -um

terrified

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pertimesco, -ere, pertimui 2

begin to fear, fear

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pertineo, -ere, pertinui, pertentum 2

belong to, relate to, concern, extend to

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perturbo, -are 1

throw into confusion, upset

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pervenio, -ire, perveni, perventum 4

reach, arrive at

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pes, pedis m3

foot

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pessimus, -a, -um

very bad, worst

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pestis, -is m3

plague, disease, destruction, pest!

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petitio, petitionis f3

request, attack, candidature

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peto, -ere, petivi, petitum 3

seek, ask, make for, attack, fetch

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phalanx, phalangis f3

close formation of soldiers "tortoise"

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pharetra, pharetrae f1

quiver

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philosophia, philosophiae f1

philosophy

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philosophus, philosophi m2

philosopher

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pictura, picturae f1

picture

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pietas, pietatis f3

devotion to family, country, gods, dutifulness

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piger, pigra, pigrum

lazy, sluggish, frozen

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piget, -ere, piguit 2

it disgusts, annoys

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pignus, pignoris n3

pledge, token, security, proof

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pilum, pili n2

javelin

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pingo, -ere, pinxi, pictum 3

paint, dye, embroider

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pinguis, -is, -e

fat, rich, juicy, fertile

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piscis, piscis m3

fish

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pius, -a, -um

devoted to gods, family, country, dutiful

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placeo, -ere 2 v + dat

please

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placet, -ere, placuit 2 v + dat

it pleases, it is decided

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placidus, -a, -um

calm, gentle

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placo, -are 1

calm, appease

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plane

completely

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planus, -a, -um

flat, level, obvious

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plaudo, -ere, plausi, plausum 3

applaud, clap

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plaustrum, -i n2

cart

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plebs, plebis f3

people, ordinary people, the common people

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plenus, -a, -um

full

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plerique, pleraeque, pleraque

most, the majority

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plerumque

mostly, generally

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ploro, -are 1

beg, weep over

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pluit, -ere, pluit 3

it is raining

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plures, plures, plura 3 pl

more, quite a number of

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plurimi, -ae, -a

most, very many

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plurimus, -a, -um

most, very many

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plus

more

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poculum, poculi n2

cup, goblet

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poena, poenae f1

punishment, penalty

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poenas dare

pay the penalty, be punished

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poeta, poetae m1

poet

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polliceor, -eri, pillicitus 2 dep

promise

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polus, poli m2

ploe, heaven

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pompa, -ae f1

procession

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pomum, pomi n2

fruit, apple