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amplector, -i, amplexus 3 (dep)

entwine, cherish, embrace

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amplitudo, amplitudinis f3

size, dignity, importance

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amplius (comp adv of amplus)

more (than), further

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amplus, -a, -um

large, sufficient, distinguished

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ancilla, ancillae f1

slave-girl, female slave

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anceps, ancipitis 3

two-headed, double, uncertain, dangerous

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ancora, ancorae f1

anchor

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anguis, anguis m3

snake

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angulus, anguli m2

angle, corner, quiet place, nook

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angustiae, angustiarum f1

narrowness, a pass, poverty, difficulty

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angustus, -a, -um

narrow, needy, difficulty

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anilis, -is, -e 3

of/ like an old woman

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anima, animae f1

soul, breath, life

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animadverto, -ere, animadverti, animadversum 3

to turn ones mind to, notice, criticise

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animal, animalis n3

animal, creature

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animus, animi m2

mind, heart, feeling, spirit, will, desire, temper, courage

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in animo habeo

to intend

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in animo volvo

to ponder

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annus, anni m2

year

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ante (pre + acc)

before, in front of

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ante

previously, before, beforehand, formerly

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antea

before this/ that

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antehac

before this, previously

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antequam

before

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antiquus, -a, -um

ancient, old, old fashioned

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antrum, antri n2

cave, hollow, grotto

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anulus, anuli m2

ring, signet ring

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anus, anus f4

old woman

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anxius, -a, -um

anxious, distraught

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aperio, -ire, aperui, apertum

open, reveal, explain

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apertus, -a, -um

opened, open

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appareo, -ere, 2

appear

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appello, -are, 1

to call, name, address

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appello, -ere, appuli, appulsum 3

to drive towards, put in (boat)

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appetens, appetentis, 3

eager, anxious, greedy

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appeto, -ere, appetivi, appetitum 3

make for, seek

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appropinquo, -are 1

approach, draw near

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apto, -are 1

fit, equip, adapt, a use

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aptus, -a, -um

suitable, appropriate, fitting

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apud (pre + acc)

in the presence of, among, at the house of, in the works of, near

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aqua, aquae f1

water

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aquila, aquilae f1

eagle, standard of a legion

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aquor, -ari, 1 (dep)

fetch water

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ara, arae f1

altar

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arator, aratoris, m3

ploughman, farmer

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aratrum, aratri n2

plough

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arbiter, arbitri, m2

witness, umpire, judge

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arbitrium, arbitrii n2

decision, judgement

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arbitror, -ari 1 (dep)

witness, judge, decide

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arbor, arboris f3

tree

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arbustum, arbusti n2

shrub, shrubbery, plantation, orchard, vineyard

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arceo, -ere 2

keep away, ward off

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arcesso, -ere, arcessivi, arcessitum 3

summon

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arcus, arcus m4

bow, arch, curve

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ardeo, -ere, arsi, arsum 2

to be on fire, burn (for)

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ardor, ardoris m3

flame, heat, passion, eagerness

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arduus, -a, -um

steep, tall, difficult

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area, areae f1

level space, courtyard, threshing floor

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arena, arenae f1

arena, sand

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argenteus, -a, -um

made of silver

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argentum, argenti n2

silver, money

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argumentum, argumenti n2

argument, evidence, proof, plot of a play

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argumento esse

to be a proof of, to prove

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arguo, -ere, argui, argutum 3

declare, prove, accuse

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aridus, -a, -um

thirsty, dry

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aridum, aridi n2

dry land

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aries, arietis m3

ram, battering ram

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arma, armorum n2

arms, armour, equipment

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arma capio

take up arms

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arma sumo

take up arms

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armatus, -a, -um

armed

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armatus, armati m2

armed man

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armo, -are 1

arm, equip

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aro, -are 1

plough

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arrigo, -ere, adrexi, adrectum 3

erect, lift, excite, prick up

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arripio, -ere, arripui, arreptum 3/4

sieze, appropriate

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arrogantia, arrogantiae f1

arrogance, demands

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ars, artis f3

art, skill, technique, craftsmanship

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artifex, artificis m3

artist, craftsman, author

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artificium, artificii n2

craft, art, skill, device, stratagem, theory

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artus, -us m4

joints, limbs

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arvum, arvi n2

ploughland, fields (pl. area, region)

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arx, arcis f3

citadel, stronghold, strongpoint, watchtower

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ascendo, -ere, ascendi, ascensum 3

climb, go up, board a ship

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asper, aspera, asperum

rough, harsh, wild, sour

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asperitas, asperitatis f3

roughness, harshness, severity, sourness

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asporto, -are 1

carry off

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astrum, astri n2

star, constellation, heaven

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at

but

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ater, atra, atrum

black, unlucky

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atque

and

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atrium, atrii n2

hall, main room, entrance

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atrox, atrocis 3

harsh, terrible, savage

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attamen

but, however

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attingo, -ere, attigi 3

touch, reach, border on, affect, involve

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attollo, -ere 3

raise, lift up

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attonitus, -a, -um

astonished, stunned

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attribuo, -ere, attribui, attributum 3

allot, assign, hand over

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auctor, autoris m3

author, instigator, authority, creator, founder

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auctoritas, auctoriatatis f3

authority, power

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audacia, audaciae f1

boldness, daring

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audacter

boldly

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audax, audacis 3

bold, rash, reckless, dangerous

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audeo, -ere, ausus 2 (semi dep)

dare

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audio, -ire 4

hear, listen to

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aufero, -ferre, abstuli, ablatum

take away, steal

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aufugio, -ere, aufugi, aufugitum 3/4

flee, escape

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augeo, -ere, auxi, auctum n2

increase, intensify

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augur, auguris m3

augur, soothsayer

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augurium, augurii n2

interpretation of omens, augury, prophecy, omen

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aula, aulae f1

hall, palace

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aura, aurae f1

air, breeze, wind

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aureus, -a, -um

golden, wonderful

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auris, auris f3

ear

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aurum, auri n2

gold

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auspicium, auspicii n2

divination by the flight of birds, an omen, leadership

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aut

or

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aut... aut

either... or

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autem

but, however, now

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auxilium, auxili n2

help, assistance

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auxilia, auxiliorum n2

auxiliary troops

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auxilio esse

to help, be of assistance

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avaritia, avaritiae f1

greed, meanness

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avarus, -a, -um

greedy, miserly

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avarus, avari m2

miser, greedy man

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ave!

hello!

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avello, -ere, avulsi, avulsum 3

tear away, break off

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aversus, -a, -um

turned away, hostile

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averto, -ere, averti, aversum 3

turn away/ aside, steal

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avia, aviae f1

grandmother

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avide

greedily

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avidus, -a, -um

greedy, longing for, eager

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avis, avis f3

bird, omen

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avitus, -a, -um

of a grandfather, ancestral, inherited

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avus, avi m2

grandfather, ancestor

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axis, axis m3

axle, wheel, chariot, axis of the earth, pole