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Vocable Translation
absumo, absumis, absumere C, absumpsi, absumptum Verb spend, waste, squander, use up, take up...
aperio, aperis, aperire I, aperui, apertum Verb open, appear
apertus/aperta/apertum, AO Adjective open, public, free, uncovered, exposed,...
audeo, audes, audere E, ausus sumi, - Verb dare, risk
certo, certas, certare A, certavi, certatum Verb to compete, fight, struggle
contemno, contemnis, contemnere C, contempsi, contemptum Verb despise, scorn
convoco, convocas, convocare A, convocavi, convocatum Verb call, bring together, assemble, convoke,...
custodio, custodis, custodire I, custodivi, custoditum Verb guard, protect, preserve, watch over, keep...
decipio, decipis, decipere M, decepi, deceptum Verb cheat, deceive, mislead, dupe, trap,...
deduco, deducis, deducere C, deduxi, deductum Verb lead, draw, pull, bring, stretch...
dolor, doloris [m.] C Noun pain, grief
edictum, edicti [n.] O Noun proclamation, edict
expeto, expetis, expetere C, expeti, expetitum Verb ask for, desire, aspire to, demand, happen,...
humus, humi [f.] O Noun ground, earth, soil
impedio, impedis, impedire I, impedivi, impeditum Verb impede, hinder, prevent
impedire ne Phrase not yet translated :(
italia, italiae [f.] A Noun Italy
noctu Adverb by night, at night
praeceptum, praecepti [n.] O Noun teaching, lesson, precept, order, command
prohibeo, prohibes, prohibere E, prohibui, prohibitum Verb keep (back), prevent, hinder, restrain, prohibit
prohibere ne Phrase not yet translated :(
proicio, proicis, proicere M, projeci, projectum Verb throw down, throw out, abandon, throw away
repeto, repetis, repetere C, repetivi, repetitum Verb return to, get back, demand back/again,...
resisto, resistis, resistere C, restiti, - Verb pause, continue, resist, oppose, reply,...
sepulcrum, sepulcri [n.] O Noun grave, tomb
spes, spei [f.] E Noun hope
tego, tegis, tegere C, texi, tectum Verb cover
uter, utris [m.] M Noun skin, wine/water skin, bag/bottle made of...
vitium, vitii [n.] O Noun fault, crime, vice
vivus/viva/vivum, AO Adjective alive, living
voluptas, voluptatis [f.] C Noun pleasure

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