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Vocable Translation
abdo, abdis, abdere C, abdidi, abditum Verb remove, put away, set aside, depart, go away,...
amicitia, amicitiae [f.] A Noun friendship
antea Adverb before, before this, formerly, previously, in the past
aures alicui praebere Phrase not yet translated :(
auris, auris [f.] M Noun ear, hearing, a discriminating sense of...
comoedia, comoediae [f.] A Noun comedy (as form of drama/literature, comedy (work/play)
corrumpo, corrumpis, corrumpere C, corrupi, corruptum Verb spoil/rot, taint/contaminate, damage/ruin,...
dicis, dicis [f.] M Noun form, [~ causa/gratia (only) => for the sake...
dignus/digna/dignum, AO Adjective worthy, dignified
facinus, facinoris [n.] C Noun malpractice
falsus/falsa/falsum, AO Adjective wrong, lying, fictitious, spurious, false,...
huc Adverb here, to this place, to this point
humanitas, humanitatis [f.] C Noun human nature/character/feeling,...
iactare Other not yet translated :(
iste, ista, istud Demonstrative Pronoun this, that
liberalitas, liberalitatis [f.] C Noun courtesy, kindness, nobleness, generosity,...
magnus/magna/magnum, AO Adjective big, great
minus Adverb less, not so well, not quite
persuadeo, persuades, persuadere E, persuasi, persuasum Verb make sweet , persuade
possideo, possides, possidere E, possedi, possessum Verb possess, own, have
praebeo, praebes, praebere E, praebui, praebitum Verb offer, provide
programmo, programmas, programmare A, programmavi, programmatum Verb program (data processing)
promissum, promissi [n.] O Noun promise
res gestae Phrase things done
saeculum, saeculi [n.] O Noun century
se iactare Phrase not yet translated :(
somnium, somnii [n.] O Noun dream, vision, fantasy, day-dream
stultus/stulta/stultum, AO Adjective foolish, stupid
velim/vllem Other not yet translated :(
volo, vis, velle IR, volui, - Verb want, wish
video, vides, videre E, vidi, visum Verb see

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