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ros, roris m3

dew

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rosa, rosae f1

rose

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rostrum, rostri n2

beak, prow, pl platform

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rota, rotae f1

wheel

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ruber, rubra, rubrum

red

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rubor, ruboris m3

redness, blush, shame

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rudis, -is, -e

rough, crude

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ruga, rugae f1

wrinkle, ridge

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ruina, ruinae f1

ruin, collapse

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rumor, rumoris m3

rumour, general opinion

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rumpo, -ere, rupi, ruptum 3

break, burst open, shatter

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ruo, -ere, rui, rutum 3

rush, collapse, demolish

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rupes, rupis f3

rock, crag, cliff

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rursus

again

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rus, ruris n3

country

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ruri

in the country

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rusticus, -a, -um

of the country, rustic, peasant

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sacer, sacra, sacrum

holy, sacred, accursed

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sacra, sacrorum n2

sacred things/ objects, rites

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sacerdos, dacerdotis m/f3

priest, priestess

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sacerdotium, sacerdotii n2

priesthood

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sacramentum, sacramenti n2

oath

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sacrificium, sacrificii n2

sacrifice, offering

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sacrifice, -are 1

sacrifice

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sacrilegus, -a, -um

godless, impious

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sacro, -are 1

consecrate, make holy, curse

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saeculum, saeculi n2

century, generation, era, lifetime

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saepe

often

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saepio, -ire, saepsi, saeptum 4

hedge in, enclose, trap

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saevkio, -ire 4

rage, be cruel

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saevitia, saevitiae f1

savagery, viciousness

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saevus, -a, -um

savage, angry

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sagitta, sagittae f1

arrow

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sagittarius, sagittarii m2

bowman, archer

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sal, salis n3

salt, wit

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salio, -ire, salui, saltum 4

jump, leap (out)

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saltem

at least

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salto, -are 1

dance

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saltus, saltus m4

jump

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saltus, saltus m4

pass, glade, upland, pasture

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salus, salutis f3

safety, health, welfare

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saluti esse

save

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salutatio, salutationis f3

greeting, morning ceremony

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salute, -are 1

greet, wish well to

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salve! salvete!

Greetings! Hello!

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salvo, -are 1

save, preserve

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salvus, -a, -um

safe, well

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sancio, -ire, sanxi, sanctum 4

consecrate, ratify, decree, forbid

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sanctitas, sanctitatis f3

inviolibility, chastity, holiness

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sanctus, -a, -um

consecrated, pure, holy, venerable

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sane

sensibly, obviously, certainly

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sanguis, sanginis m3

blood

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sano, -are 1

cure, heal, repair

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sanus, -a, -um

healthy, sound, sane

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sapiems, sapientis 3

wise

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sapientia, sapientiae f1

wisdom, knowledge

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satietas, satietatis f3

enough, a sufficiency

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satis

enough, quite

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satisfacio, -ere, satisfeci, satisfactum 3/4 + dat

satisfy, pay up, make ammends

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saucius, -a, -um

wounded, hurt

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saxum, saxi n2

rock, stone

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scala, scalae f1

ladder, steps, stairs

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sceleratus, -a, -um

defiled, guilty, wicked

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scelestus, -a, -um

wicked

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scelus, sceleris n3

crime, wickedness

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scelus admitto

commit a crime

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sceptrum, sceptre n2

sceptre, royal power

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sciens, scientis 3

knowing, knowledgeable

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scientia, scientiae f1

knowledge, understanding

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scilicet

obviously, no doubt, namely, i.e.

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scindo, -ere, scidi, scissum 3

cut, tear apart

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scio, -ire 4

know

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sciscitor, -ari 1 dep

enquire, find out about

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scopulus, scopuli m2

crag, cliff, boulder

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scribe, -ere, scripsi, scriptum 3

write

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scriptor, scriptoris m3

writer, author

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scriptum, scripti n2

piece of writing, document

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scutum, scuti n2

shield

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se

himself, herself, itself, themselves

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se recipere

retreat

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secedo, -ere, secessi, secessum 3

go away, withdraw, go on strike, retire

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secerno, -ere, screvi, scretum 3

cut off, separate

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seco, -are, secui, sectum 1

cut (off)

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secretus, -a, -um

cut off, remote, secret

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secum

with him, her, it, them

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secundus, -a, -um

following, second, favourable

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secundum + acc

following, along, according to

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securis, securis f3

axe

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securis, -a, -um

free from care, safe

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secus

otherwise, differently

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sed

but

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sedecim

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sedeo, -ere, sedi, sessum 2

sit, be seated

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sedes, sedis f3

seat, dwelling

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seditio, seditionis f3

mutiny, rebellion, quarrel

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sedo, -are 1

settle, calm

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seges, segetis f3

corn, corn-field, crop

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segnis, -is, -e

sluggish

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sella, sellae f1

chair, throne

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semel

once

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semen, seminis n3

seed, particle

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semper

always

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sempiternus, -a, -um

everlasting

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senator, senatoris m3

senator

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senatus, senatus m4

the Senate

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senectus, senectutis f3

old age

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senex, senis m3

old man

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seni, -ae, -a

six at a time, six each, six

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senilis, -ia, -e

of an old man, old

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senior, senioris m3

an older man, elder