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Inherent to Cursus Continuus

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acies, aciei [f.] E Noun sharpness, sharp edge, point, battle...
admoveo, admoves, admovere E, admovi, admotum Verb move up, bring up/near, lean on, conduct, draw...
ante Christum natum Phrase not yet translated :(
audeo, audes, audere E, ausus sumi, - Verb dare
avaritia, avaritiae [f.] A Noun greed, avarice, rapacity, miserliness,...
concurro, concurris, concurrere C, concucurri, concursum Verb run/assemble/knock/snap together, agree, fit,...
contemplo, contemplas, contemplare A, contemplavi, contemplatum Verb observe/note/notice, gaze/look hard at,...
cursus, cursus [m.] U Noun running, race, course
divinus/divina/divinum, AO Adjective divine
expers, expertis M Adjective free from (w/GEN), without, lacking...
fidus/fida/fidum, AO Adjective faithful, loyal, trusting, confident
frons, frontis [f.] M Noun forehead
fruor, frueris, frui C, fructus sum (Dep.) Verb enjoy (proceeds/socially/sexually), profit by,...
fungus, fungi [m.] O Noun fungus, mushroom
gaudeo, gaudes, gaudere E, -, gavisum Verb delight, be glad, rejoice (Semidep.)
idoneus/idonea/idoneum, AO Adjective suitable, fit, appropriate
immortalis/immortale, immortalis M Adjective not subject to death, immortal
inopia, inopiae [f.] A Noun lack, need, poverty, destitution, dearth,...
insignis/insigne, insignis M Adjective conspicuous, manifest, eminent, notable,...
Londinium, Londinii [n.] O Noun London
luceo, luces, lucere E, luxi, - Verb shine, emit light (heavenly body), dawn, cause...
murus, muri [m.] O Noun wall, city wall
nocens, nocentis M Adjective harmful, guilty, criminal
oraculo uti Phrase not yet translated :(
par, paris Phrase not yet translated :(
post Christum natum Phrase not yet translated :(
potior, potiris, potiri I, potitus sum (Dep.) Verb obtain, acquire, grasp, attain, reach (goal),...
prope Preposition close to
reor, reris, reri E, ratus sum (Dep.) Verb think, regard, deem, suppose, believe, reckon
responsum, responsi [n.] O Noun answer, response
ruo, ruis, ruere C, rui, rutum Verb destroy, ruin, overthrow, rush on, run, fall,...
sanguis, sanguinis [m.] C Noun blood
signo, signas, signare A, signavi, signatum Verb mark, stamp, designate, sign, seal
signum, signi [n.] O Noun sign
solacium, solacii [n.] O Noun comfort, relief
solere Other not yet translated :(
tergum, tergi [n.] O Noun back
utor, uteris, uti C, usus sum (Dep.) Verb use; enjoy, experience
verto, vertis, vertere C, verti, versum Verb turn, change

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