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Inherent to Ostia Altera

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ager, agri [m.] O Noun field, ground, farm, land, estate, park, territor…
ago, agis, agere C, egi, actusum Verb drive, lead, do, act, pass, spend
amica, amicae [f.] A Noun friend (f.)
appareo, appares, apparere E, apparui, apparum Verb appear, come out, become clear, become evident
aut … aut Phrase either ... or, or ... or
bonus/bona/bonum, AO Adjective (1.) good, great, pleasant, favorable, valuable (…
carus/cara/carum, AO Adjective dear
cena, cenae [f.] A Noun food, meal, dinner
colo, colis, colere C, colui, cultum Verb live in (place), inhabit, till, cultivate, promot…
convivo, convivas, convivare A, convivavi, convivatum Verb give/attend dinner party/banquet, carouse, eat/fe…
cresco, crescis, crescere C, crevi, cretum Verb increase, come forth/to be, arise/spring (from), …
discedo, discedis, discedere C, discessi, discessum Verb go away, depart
ergo Adverb therefore, well, then, now, so
exiguus/exigua/exiguum, AO Adjective small, meager, dreary, a little, a bit of, scanty…
forte Adverb randomly, accidentally
gaudeo, gaudes, gaudere E, -, gavisum Verb delight, be glad, rejoice (Semidep.)
gratia, gratiae [f.] A Noun thanks
habeo, habes, habere E, habui, habitum Verb have
hora, horae [f.] A Noun hour
ignoro, ignoras, ignorare A, ignoravi, ignoratum Verb not know, be unfamiliar with, disregard, ignore, …
invenio, invenis, invenire I, inveni, inventum Verb come upon, find
is, ea, id Demonstrative Pronoun this
maestus/maesta/maestum, AO Adjective sad/unhappy, mournful/gloomy, mourning, stern/gri…
magnus/magna/magnum, AO Adjective big, great
meum est Phrase still in translation
meus/mea/meum, AO Adjective my
multum, multi [n.] O Noun many things (pl.), much, many
Nemo, Neminis [m.] M Noun no one, nobody
neque … neque Phrase neither...nor, no no
nihil Pronoun nothing
nihil/non nisi Phrase still in translation
nisi Conjunction if not, except, unless
non ignorare Phrase well known
noster, nostri [m.] O Noun Our
noster/nostra/nostrum, AO Adjective our, ours
numerus, numeri [m.] O Noun number, count
nuntius, nuntii [m.] M Noun envoy, messenger, message
ostiarius, ostiarii [m.] O Noun doorkeeper
Parvus/Parva/Parvum, Parvi M Adjective small, little
pecunia, pecuniae [f.] A Noun money
piger/pigra/pigrum, AO Adjective lazy, slow, dull
plenus/plena/plenum, AO Adjective full, plump, satisfied
quam Pronoun like, how
quis Pronoun who?
rusticus, rustici [m.] O Noun peasant, farmer
salveo, salves, salvere E, -, - Verb be well/in good health, [salve => hello/hail/gree…
tectum, tecti [n.] O Noun roof, ceiling, house, building
teneo, tenes, tenere E, tenui, tentum Verb hold
terra, terrae [f.] A Noun land, earth
trado, tradis, tradere C, tradidi, traditum Verb hand over, surrender, deliver, bequeath, relate
tuus/tua/tuum, AO Adjective your
unus/una/unum, AO Adjective one
varius/varia/varium, AO Adjective different, various, diverse, changing, colored, p…
vereor, vereris, vereri E, vertus sum (Dep.) Verb (1.) show reverence for, respect (2.) be afraid o…
vester/vestra/vestrum, AO Adjective your (pl.), of/belonging to/associated with you
vestrus/vestra/vestrum, AO Adjective your, yours (plural)
vinum, vini [n.] O Noun wine

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