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adulescens, adulescentis [m.] M Noun young man
caput, capitis [n.] C Noun head, leader, beginning, life, heading, chapter
condo, condis, condere C, condidi, conditum Verb establish, found, put together
contendo, contendis, contendere C, contendtendi, contendtentum Verb strive, struggle, contend, hasten
cupio, cupis, cupere M, cupivi, cupitum Verb desire, wish, long for
demonstro, demonstras, demonstrare A, demonstravi, demonstratum Verb point out, show, demonstrate
divido, dividis, dividere C, divisi, divisum Verb divide
duo Numeral (1.) two of (2.) two (3.) two of (4.) two (5.) two
falsus/falsa/falsum, AO Adjective wrong, lying, fictitious, spurious, false, deceiv…
frater, fratris [m.] C Noun brother, cousin
futurus/futura/futurum, AO Adjective about to be, future
inter (+ acc.) Preposition between, among, amid
ira, irae [f.] A Noun anger, wrath, rage
licentia, licentiae [f.] A Noun freedom, liberty, license, disorderliness, outspo…
Londinium, Londinii [n.] O Noun London
nepos, nepotis [m.] C Noun grandson, descendant
omnis/omne, omnis M Adjective every, everyone, everybody, complete
pareo, pares, parere E, parui, '-'um Verb be obedient, obey
praeda, praedae [f.] A Noun booty, loot, spoils, plunder, prey
pro+Abl. Preposition in front of, for, in the name of, instead of, on …
rapio, rapis, rapere M, rapui, raptum Verb seize, snatch, carry away
sceleratus, scelerati [m.] O Noun criminal
somnus, somni [m.] O Noun sleep
supplicium, supplicii [n.] O Noun punishment, suffering, supplication, torture
tyrannus, tyranni [m.] O Noun (1.) tyrant, one who seized power illegally (2.) …
vinculum, vinculi [n.] O Noun bond, chain, fetter
Virgo, virgis [f.] C Noun virgin, young woman, girl
virtus, virtutis [f.] C Noun bravery, fortitude, virtue
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