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aestus, aestus [m.] U Noun agitation, passion, seething, raging, boiling,...
auxilium, auxilii [n.] O Noun help, aid
centum Other 100, hundred
copia, copiae [f.] A Noun supply, inventory, stock, troops (pl)
Decimus, Decimi [m.] O Noun Decimus (Roman praenomen), (abb. D.)
depono, deponis, deponere C, deponposui, deponpositum Verb not yet translated :(
dexter/dextera/dexterum, AO Adjective right, on/to the right hand/side,...
dies, diei [m.] E Noun day
difficilis/difficile, difficilis M Adjective hard, difficult, troublesome
ferus/fera/ferum, AO Adjective wild, savage, uncivilized, untamed, fierce
fides, fidei [f.] E Noun faith, trust, confidence
flumen, fluminis [n.] C Noun river
gero, geris, gerere C, gessi, gestum Verb carry, carry on, manage, conduct, accomplish, perform
idem, eadem, idem Demonstrative Pronoun the same
ignis, ignis [m.] C Noun fire
indignus/indigna/indignum, AO Adjective unworthy, undeserving, undeserved, unbecoming,...
interficio, interficis, interficere M, interfeci, interfectum Verb kill, murder, destroy, put and end to; of things
laboro, laboras, laborare A, laboravi, laboratum Verb work
mando, mandas, mandare A, mandavi, mandatum Verb order, command
merx, mercis [f.] M Noun commodity, merchandise (pl.), goods
pars, partis [f.] M Noun part
primus/prima/primum, AO Adjective first, foremost, chief, principal
Quintus, Quinti [m.] O Noun Quintus (Roman praenomen), (abb. Q.), God, Diety, Daddy
relinquo, relinquis, relinquere C, reliqui, relictum Verb leave behind, leave, abandon, desert
res, rei [f.] E Noun thing, matter, business, affair
secundus/secunda/secundum, AO Adjective second, favorable
spes, spei [f.] E Noun hope
telum, teli [n.] O Noun dart, spear, weapon, javelin, bullet (gun)
volvo, volvis, volvere C, volvi, volutum Verb roll, cause to roll, travel in circle/circuit,...

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