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causa + gen

for the sake of, purpose of

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caute

cautiously

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cautes, cautis f3

sharp rock, crag, cliff

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cautus, -a, -um

cautious

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caveo, -ere, cavi, cautum 2

to take care (against), beware

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cavo, -are 1

hollow out

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cavus, -a, -um

hollow

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cedo, -ere, cessi, cessum

go, give way, yield, withdraw

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celeber, celebris, celebre 3

crowded, famous

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celebro, -are 1

celebrate, praise, throng, frequent

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celeritas, celeritatis, f3

speed

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celeriter

quickly

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cella, cellae f1

cell, cellar, store, sanctuary

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celo, -are 1

hide, conceal

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celsus, -a, -um

high, sublime, elevated

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cena, cenae f1

dinner, meal, main course

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ceno, -are 1

dine

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censeo, -ere, censui, censum 2

estimate, assess, consider, recommend, opine, propose

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censor, censoris m3

censor, assessor, critic

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centesimus, -a, -um

100th

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centiens

100 times

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centurio, centurionis m3

centurion

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cera, cerae f1

wax, wax tablet

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cerno, -ere, crevi, cretum 3

sift, distinguish, decide

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certamen, certaminis n3

struggle, competition, contest

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certe

certainly

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certo

dedfinitely

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certo, -are 1

struggle, compete

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certus, -a, -um

certain, definite, sure

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certior, -ior, -ius

more definite

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certior factus

informed

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certiorem facio

inform

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cervix, cervicis f3

neck (often pl.)

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cesso, -are 1

cease, leave off work, delay, hesitate, be idle

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ceteri -ae, -a

the rest, the others

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ceterum

but, moreover

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ceu

as, like, as if

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chorus, chori m2

a dance, dancing-band, chorus, band

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cibus, cibi m2

food

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cieo, -ere, civi, citum 2

move, stir, summon, arouse

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cingo, -ere, cinxi, cinctum 3

surround, put on

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cinis, cineris m3

ash

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circa (pre + acc)

about, approximately

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circiter (adv)

about, approximately

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circuitus, circuitus m4

going round in a circle, a circuit, circumference

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circum (pre + acc)

around, round, about

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circumdo -are, circumdedi, circumdatum 1

surround

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circumsisto, -ere, circumstiti 3

stand around, surround

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circumspecto, -are 1

look around, examine

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circumstans, (circumstantis)

standing around

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circumstans, circumstantis m3

bystander, standing around

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circumsto, -are, circumsteti 1

stand around, suroound

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circumvenio, -ire, circumveni, circumventum 4

surround

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citerior, -ior, -ius 3

nearer to Rome, this side

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cito, -are 1

start, summon, excite

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cito

quickly

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citra (pre + acc)

this side of, our (Rome's side of), within

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citus, -a, -um

excited, rapid

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civilis, -is, -e

of a citizen, civil

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civis, civis, m/f3

citizen

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civitas, civitatis f3

state, community, city, citizens

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clades, cladis f

disaster, defeat

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clam

secretly

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clamito, -are 1

shout loudly, repeatedly

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clamo, -are 1

shout, exclaim, cry, call

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clamor, clamoris m3

shout, shouting, noise

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clarus, -a, -um

clear, famous, distinguished, loud

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classis, classis f3

fleet

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claudo, -ere, clausi, clausum 3

close, shut, block, enclose

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clavis, clavis f3

key

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clemens, clementis 3

kind, merciful

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clementia, clementiae f1

mercy, kindness

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cliens, clientis m3

client

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clientela, clientelae f1

clientship, group of clients, patronage

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clipeus, clipei m2

shield

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coelum

caelum

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coeo, -ire, coivi, coitum

come/ go together, to assemble, unite

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coepi, coepisse, coeptum

to have begun

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coerceo, -ere 2

confine, restrain

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coetus, coetus m4

meeting, crowd

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cogito, -are 1

think

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cognatus, -a, -um

related by blood

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cognatus, cognati m2

blood-relative

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cognitio, cognitionis f3

knowledge, enquiry, judicial, hearing

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cognomen, cognominis n3

cognomen, surname

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cognosco, -ere, cognovi, cognitum 3

get to know, find out, know

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cogo, -ere, coegi, coactum 3

compel, force (together)

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cohibeo, -ere 2

restrain, hold together

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cohors, cohortis f3

cohort, group, band

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cohortor, -ari 1

encourage

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collega, collegae m1

colleague

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colligo, -ere, collegi, collectum 3

collect, gather

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collis, collis m3

hill, slope

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colloco, -are 1

place

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colloquium, colloquii n2

conversation, conference

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colloquor, -i, collocutus (dep)

confer, discuss

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collum, colli n2

neck

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colo, -ere, colui, cultum 3

cultivate, worship, look after

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colonia, coloniae f1

farm, 'colony'

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colonus, coloni m2

farmer, ploughman

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color, coloris m3

colour

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columba, columbae f1

pigeon, dove

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columna, columnae f1

column

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coma, comae f1

hair, foliage, rays of light

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comes, comitis m3

companion, comrade

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comis, comis, come 3

friendly, courteous

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comitatus, comitatus m4 (nfv)

accompanying, a retinue

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comitium, comitii n2

place of assembly, (pl) place of the Roman people, to elect magistrates, elections