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adfingo, adfingis, adfingere C, adfinxi, adfictum Verb add to, attach, aggravate, embellish, counterfeit…
aditus, aditus [m.] U Noun approach, access, attack, entrance, chance, oppor…
agito, agitas, agitare A, agitavi, agitatum Verb stir/drive/shake/move about, revolve, live, contr…
amplus/ampla/amplum, AO Adjective great, large, spacious, wide, ample, distinguishe…
anceps, ancipitis M Adjective two headed/fold/edged/meanings, faces two/opposit…
attingo, attingis, attingere C, attigi, attactum Verb touch, touch/border on, reach, arrive at, achieve…
binus/bina/binum, AO Adjective two by two, 2 each, in pairs, 2 at time, on 2 occ…
comparatio, comparationis [f.] C Noun construction, material/constituent, combination/c…
complus, compluris [m.] C Noun many/several people/men(pl.), a fair/good number …
conspectus, conspectus [m.] U Noun view, (range of) sight, aspect/appearance/look, p…
copia, copiae [f.] A Noun supply, inventory, stock, troops (pl), abundance
deligo, deligis, deligere C, delegi, delectum Verb choose, select, enroll, to choose, to choose
deposco, deposcis, deposcere C, depoposci, - Verb demand peremptorily, ask for earnestly, require, …
dimico, dimicas, dimicare A, dimicavi, dimicatum Verb fight, battle, struggle/contend/strive, brandish …
distringo, distringis, distringere C, distrinxi, districtum Verb stretch out/apart, detain, distract, pull in diff…
elaboro, elaboras, elaborare A, elaboravi, elaboratum Verb take pains, exert oneself, bestow care on
exerceo, exerces, exercere E, exercui, exercitum Verb train, discipline, drill
exercitatio, exercitationis [f.] C Noun exercise, training, practice, discipline
eximius/eximia/eximium, AO Adjective select, extraordinary/special, excellent, [Doctor…
expeto, expetis, expetere C, expetivi, expetitum Verb ask for, desire, aspire to, demand, happen, fall …
exter/extera/exterum, AO Adjective outer/external, outward, on outside, far, of anot…
exuro, exuris, exurere C, exussi, exustum Verb burn (up/out/completely), destroy/devastate by fi…
firmamentum, firmamenti [n.] O Noun support, prop, mainstay, support group, firmament
inde Adverb hence, henceforth, from that place/time/cause, th…
initium, initii [n.] O Noun beginning, commencement
insido, insidis, insidere C, insedi, insessum Verb sit/settle on, occupy/seize, hold (position), pen…
insolitus/insolita/insolitum, AO Adjective unaccustomed
inveterasco, inveterascis, inveterascere C, inveteravi, - Verb grow old, become established/customary
lacesso, lacessis, lacessere C, lacessivi, lacessitum Verb provoke, excite, harass, challenge, harass, attac…
laeto, laetas, laetare A, laetavi, laetatum Verb gladden, cheer, be glad/joyful, rejoice (medieval)
macula, maculae [f.] A Noun spot, stain, blemish, dishonor, mesh in a net
maxime Adverb (1.) greatest/biggest/largest, longest, oldest, h…
necessitudo, necessitudinis [f.] C Noun obligation, bond, connection, affinity, compulsio…
nimis Adverb very much, too much, exceedingly, Too much
nondum Adverb not yet, Not yet
nuper Adverb newly, lately, recently, not long ago
oblivio, oblivionis [f.] C Noun oblivion, forgetfulness
oporteo, oportes, oportere E, oportui, oportuitum Verb it is right, one should, it is necessary
orno, ornas, ornare A, ornavi, ornatum Verb adorn, decorate
periculosus/periculosa/periculosum, AO Adjective dangerous, hazardous, perilous, threatening
praeclarus/praeclara/praeclarum, AO Adjective very clear, splendid, famous, bright, illustrious…
requiro, requiris, requirere C, requisivi, requisitum Verb seek, ask for, miss, need, require
significatio, significationis [f.] C Noun signal, outward sign, indication, applause, meani…
succedo, succedis, succedere C, successi, successum Verb climb, advance, follow, succeed in
suscipio, suscipis, suscipere M, suscepi, susceptum Verb undertake, take on
tempus, temporis [n.] C Noun time, occasion, opportunity, condition, right tim…
transmitto, transmittis, transmittere C, transmisi, transmissum Verb send across, go across, transmit
tum Adverb then, at that time
unde Adverb Whence, From what or which place, From which, Fro…
usus, usus [m.] U Noun use, benefit, advantage
vectigalis/vectigale, vectigalis M Adjective yielding taxes, subject to taxation
vicesimus, vicesimi [m.] O Noun the twentieth
vicus, vici [m.] O Noun village, hamlet, street, row of houses
voluntas, voluntatis [f.] C Noun will, intent, determination, wish, good will
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