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abdo abdere abdidi abditum

hide

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adorior -oriri -ortus sum

attack

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adventus -us m.

arrival

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aegre

scarcely, with difficulty

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aegre fero (ferre tuli latum)

resent, take badly

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aequor -oris n.

sea, level space

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aer aeris m.

air

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aestimo (1)

value, reckon

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agnosco -noscere -novi -notum

recognise

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albus -a -um

white

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amicitia -ae f.

friendship

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anima -ae f.

breath, life, soul

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aptus -a -um

suitable, fitting, suited

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arx arcis f.

citadel, fortress

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asper -era -erum

rough

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audacia -ae f.

boldness, daring, recklessness

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bibo bibere bibi

drink

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caedo caedere cecidi caesum

cut, beat, kill

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candidus -a -um

white, bright

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cavus -a -um

hollow

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celeriter

quickly

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centurio -onis m.

centurion

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circa (adv. and prep. + acc.)

around, about (of place, time, number)

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circiter (adv. and prep. + acc.)

about (of time and number)

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claudo claudere clausi clausum

shut

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collis -is m.

hill

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collum -i n.

neck

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color -oris m.

colour

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complures -es -a

several, quite a few

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contemno -temnere -tempsi -temptum

despise

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contra (+ acc.)

agaisnt

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copia -ae f.

supply, plenty, abundance

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cotidie

daily, every day

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cras

tomorrow

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creo (1)

make, create

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cupido -inis f.

desire

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decerno -cernere -crevi -cretum

decide, decree

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declaro (1)

declare, state

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dedo dedere dedidi deditum

surrender, give up (trans.)

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dimidium -i n.

half

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dimidius -a -um

half

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doleo dolere dolui

feel pain, grief

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dolor -oris m.

pain, grief

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dubium -i n.

doubt

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egregius -a -um

outstanding, uncommon

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equester -tris -tre

of cavalry, of equestrian rank

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equitatus -us m.

cavalry

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erumpo -rumpere -rupi -ruptum

break out, make a sally

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exerceo -cere -cui -citum

train, practise

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exiguus -a -um

small, meagre

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expugno (1)

take by storm

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facies -iei f.

face, appearance

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fallax (gen. fallacis)

deceitful, treacherous

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falsus -a -um

false

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fateor fateri fassus sum

admit, confess

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fatigo (1)

tire out

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fere

almost, about

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ferus -a -um

wild, savage, cruel

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firmo (1)

strengthen

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firmus -a -um

strong, firm

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flecto flectere flexi flexum

bend, curve (trans.)

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fluctus -us m.

wave

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fluo fluere fluxi fluxum

flow

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fluvius -i m.

river

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fons fontis m.

spring, fountain, source

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forma -ae f.

shape, beauty

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fraus fraudis f.

deceit, trickery

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frigidus -a -um

cold

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fruges -um f.pl.

fruit, crops, produce

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frumentum -i n.

corn

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honestus -a -um

honourable, noble

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honos honoris m.

honour, respect, high office

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humilis -is -e

low, humble, base

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ignarus -a -um

ignorant

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ignobilis -is -e

undistinguished, low-born

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ignotus -a -um

unknown

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ignavus -a -um

cowardly, lazy

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illustris -is -e

famous, distinguished

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impedimenta -orum n.pl.

baggage

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impedimentum -i n.

obstacle, hindrance

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incertus -a -um

uncertain, unsteady

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incolumis -is -e

safe, unharmed

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integer -gra -grum

untouched, intact, entire, fresh, pure

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inter (+ acc.)

among, between

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inutilis -is -e

usless

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iuro (1)

swear

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lacrimae -arum f.pl.

tears

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lacrimo (1)

cry

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lapis -idis m.

stone

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lassus -a -um

tired

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lateo latere latui

lie hidden or unseen, lurk, skulk

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levis -is -e

light, easy

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littera -ae f.

letter (of the alphabet)

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loco (1)

place

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lumen luminis n.

light

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memini (perf.) (+ gen.)

remember

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memoria -ae f.

memory

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mereo (2), mereor (2)

earn, deserve

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meridies -iei m.

mid-day, south

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minae -arum f.pl.

threats

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mollis -is -e

soft

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monstro (1)

show

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mortalis -is -e

mortal, human

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mos moris m.

custom, tradition, (in plur.) behaviour, character

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munio (4)

fortify

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munitio -onis f.

fortification

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natio -onis f.

nation, tribe

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natura -ae f.

nature

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navalis -is -e

naval

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niger -gra -grum

black

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nimis

too much

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nimium

too much

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nimius -a -um

excessive

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nosco noscere novi notum

get to know, learn

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novi (perf.)

know

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notus -a -um

well-known, notorious

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nudo (1)

strip, uncover, expose

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nudus -a -um

naked, unarmed

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numero (1)

count, reckon

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obtineo -tinere -tinui -tentum

keep hold of, maintain, preserve, acquire

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olim

once, formerly

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omnino

altogether, completely

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opera -ae f.

labour, care, trouble

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oppidani -orum m.pl.

townspeople, citizens

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opto (1)

choose, wish, desire

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orbis -is m.

circle, anything circular, world

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oriens -entis m.

East

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orator -oris m.

speaker

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os ossis n.

bone

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ostento (1)

show

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panis -is m.

bread

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pariter

equally, similarly

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peditatus -us m.

infantry

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pendeo pendere pependi

hang (intrans.)

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periculosus -a -um

dangerous

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pietas -atis f.

sense of duty (towards God, man, or country)

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piscis -is m.

fish

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pius -a -um

dutiful, devout, loyal

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polliceor (2)

promise

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posco poscere poposci

demand

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possideo -sidere -sedi -sessum

possess

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preces -um f.pl.

prayers, entreaties

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precor (1)

pray, beg

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premo premere pressi pressum

press, weigh down, urge, pursue

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pretium -i n.

price

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pro (+ abl.)

on behalf of, for

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prohibeo (2)

prevent

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propior (gen. -oris)

nearer

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proximus -a -um

nearest, next

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provincia -ae f.

province

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prudens (gen. -entis)

sensible, cautious, knowledgeable

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quamquam

although

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quia

because

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quisque quaeque quodque

each

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quisquis quicquid

whoever, whatever

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ramus -i m.

branch

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rapidus -a -um

quick, swift

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recens (gen. -entis)

fresh, recent

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recipio -cipere -cepi -ceptum

regain, recover, suffer, take on oneself

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se recipere

retreat

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reditus -us m.

return

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rectus -a -um

straight, right

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religio -onis f.

religion

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ruina -ae f.

fall, ruin, destruction

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ruo ruere rui

fall down, rush

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sacer -cra -crum

sacred

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sacerdos -otis c.

priest, priestess

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sagittarius -i m.

archer

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salto (1)

dance

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salus -utis f.

safety, salvation, greeting

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salve, salvete

greetings!

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salvus -a -um

safe, unharmed

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sano (1)

cure, heal

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sanus -a -um

healthy, sane

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scientia -ae f.

knowledge

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seco secare secui sectum

cut

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secundus -a -um

second, favourable

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sedes sedis f.

seat, abode, place where anything stays
put

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senior -ius

older

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sententia -ae f.

opinion

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sero serere sevi satum

sow

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severus -a -um

harsh, strict

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siccus -a -um

dry

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simulo (1)

pretend

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sinister -tra -trum

left, on the left

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sinistra -ae f.

the left side, the left

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sive, seu

or if

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solvo solvere solvi solutum

release, free, pay, fulfil, set sail

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somnium -i n.

dream

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sonitus -us m.

sound, noise

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spectaculum -i n.

sight, spectacle

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specto (1)

look at

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sperno spernere sprevi spretum

despise, reject

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sumo sumere sumpsi sumptum

take, take up, undertake

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super (adv. and prep. + acc.)

above, over, upon

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superbia -ae f.

pride

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superbus -a -um

proud

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suscipio -cipere -cepi -ceptum

undertake

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sustineo -tinere -tinui -tentum

support, withstand

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tacitus -a -um

silent, quiet

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tamquam

as if, just as, like

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tego tegere texi tectum

cover

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tempto (1)

try

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tener -era -erum

soft, delicate, tender, young

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tergum -i n.

back, rear

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terror -oris m.

fear

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timor -oris m.

fear

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tollo tollere sustuli sublatum

raise, take away, remove

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triumphus -i m.

triumph

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turba -ae f.

crowd, mob

211

turbo (1)

confuse, disturb, throw into disorder

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turpis -is -e

disgraceful, ugly

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turris -is f.

tower

214

ubique

everywhere

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umbra -ae f.

shade, shadow, ghost

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unda -ae f.

wave, water

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uterque -traque -trumque

both, each of two

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utor uti usus sum (+ abl.)

use

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vado vadere

go

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valeo (2)

be strong, be healthy, have power or
effect

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varius -a -um

different, various, diverse

222

velut

like, just as

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veritas -atis f.

truth

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vesper -eris m. (acc. vesperum)

evening

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vesperi

in the evening

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vestis -is f.

clothes

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vetus (gen. veteris)

old

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vicinus -a -um

nearby, neighbouring

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vigilia -ae f.

guard, watch

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vigilo (1)

guard, watch

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virgo virginis f.

girl

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vis f. (pl. vires -ium)

strength, force, violence

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volvo volvere volvi volutum

roll (trans.), ponder

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vultus -us m.

face, expression