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Inherent to Cursus Continuus

Vocable Translation
arma, armorum [n.] O (Pl.) Noun weapons
arbor, arboris [f.] C Noun tree
ars, artis [f.] M Noun art, skill
caedes, caedis [f.] C Noun Slaughter
canis, canis [m.] M Noun dog
complus, compluris M Adjective many (pl.), several, a fair/good number, more...
cursus, cursus [m.] U Noun running, race, course
detego, detegis, detegere C, detexi, detectum Verb uncover/disclose/reveal, expose, lay bare,...
exstruo, exstruis, exstruere C, exstruxi, exstructum Verb pile/build up, raise, build, construct
fallo, fallis, fallere C, fefelli, falsum Verb deceive, slip by, disappoint, be mistaken,...
ferox, ferocis M Adjective wild, bold, warlike, cruel, defiant, arrogant
ignis, ignis [m.] C Noun fire
immanis/immane, immanis M Adjective huge/vast/immense/tremendous/extreme/monstrous,...
iter conficere Phrase not yet translated :(
iter facere Phrase to travel
leo, leonis [m.] C Noun lion
longus/longa/longum, AO Adjective long
magnus/magna/magnum, AO Adjective big, great
mortem obire Phrase not yet translated :(
pes, pedis [m.] C Noun lower leg, foot
qui, quae, quod Relative Pronoun who, which, whom, that
rapio, rapis, rapere M, rapui, raptum Verb seize, snatch, carry away
saxum, saxi [n.] O Noun rock, stone
tectum, tecti [n.] O Noun roof, ceiling, house
tempto, temptas, temptare A, temptavi, temptatum Verb try (out)
vastus/vasta/vastum, AO Adjective huge, vast, monstrous

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