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Inherent to Cursus Continuus

Vocable Translation
casus, casus [m.] U Noun case
concludo, concludis, concludere C, conclusi, conclusum Verb shut up, confine, contain, limit, close, include …
condemno, condemnas, condemnare A, condemnavi, condemnatum Verb condemn, doom, convict, find guilty, (pass) sente…
consuetudo, consuetudinis [f.] C Noun habit/custom/usage/way, normal/general/customary …
deprehendo, deprehendis, deprehendere C, deprehendi, deprehensum Verb seize/catch, catch napping/redhanded, surprise/po…
doctrina, doctrinae [f.] A Noun education, learning, science, teaching, instructi…
equidem Adverb truly, indeed, for my part
fames, famis [f.] C Noun hunger
fulgeo, fulges, fulgere E, fulsi, - Verb flash, shine, glow, gleam, glitter, shine forth, …
incipio, incipis, incipere M, coepi, coeptum Verb start
irascor, irasceris, irasci C, iratus sum (Dep.) Verb get/be/become angry, fly into a rage, be angry at…
iudex, iudicis [m.] C Noun judge, juror
loquor, loqueris, loqui C, locutus sum (Dep.) Verb say, speak, tell
me fallit Phrase still in translation
mille passus Phrase a mile
minister, ministri [m.] O Noun attendant, servant, waiter, agent, aide, accompli…
miror, miraris, mirari A, miratus sum (Dep.) Verb marvel at, admire, wonder
mos, moris [m.] C Noun habit, custom, manner, (plural) habits, character
nefarius/nefaria/nefarium, AO Adjective wicked, evil, offending moral law, criminal, abom…
obliviscor, oblivisceris, oblivisci C, oblitus sum (Dep.) Verb forget, smear
passus, passus [m.] U Noun step, pace, [mille passus -> mile, duo milia pass…
patior, pateris, pati M, passus sum (Dep.) Verb suffer, endure, permit
persequor, persequeris, persequi C, persecutus sum (Dep.) Verb follow up, pursue, overtake, attack, take vengean…
proficisco, proficiscis, proficiscere C, profeci, profectum Verb leave, make move, go, travel
projectus/projecta/projectum, AO Adjective jutting out, projecting, precipitate, abject, gro…
pudet me Phrase still in translation
reum facere Phrase still in translation
sacer/sacra/sacrum, AO Adjective sacred, holy, consecrated, accursed, horrible, de…
sequor, sequeris, sequi C, secutus sum (Dep.) Verb follow
testa, testae [f.] A Noun object made from burnt clay, earthenware jar, fra…
ulciscor, ulcisceris, ulcisci C, ultus sum (Dep.) Verb avenge, punish
usque Adverb all the way, right on, all the time, continuously…

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