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admiror, admiraris, admirari A, admiratus sum (Dep.) Verb admire, respect, regard with wonder, wonder...
animal, animalis [n.] I Noun a living creature, animal
arbitror, arbitraris, arbitrari A, arbitratus sum (Dep.) Verb judge, think
audax, audacis M Adjective bold, daring, courageous, reckless, rash,...
domus, domus [f.] U Noun house, home (NB 3 special uses and endings:...
fortis/forte, fortis M Adjective strong, brave
frons, frontis [f.] M Noun forehead
grandis/grande, grandis M Adjective full-grown, grown up, large, great, grand,...
gravis/grave, gravis M Adjective heavy, heavily
hic, haec, hoc Demonstrative Pronoun that
imito, imitas, imitare A, imitavi, imitatum Verb imitate/copy/mimic, follow, make an...
Indus, Indi [m.] O Noun Indian, inhabitant of India, (applied to...
ingens, ingentis M Adjective not natural, immoderate, huge, vast, enormous,...
iniuria, iniuriae [f.] A Noun injustice
irascor, irasceris, irasci C, iratus sum (Dep.) Verb get/be/become angry, fly into a rage, be angry...
latus/lata/latum, AO Adjective wide, broad, spacious, extensive
loquor, loqueris, loqui C, locutus sum (Dep.) Verb say, speak, tell
mare, maris [n.] I Noun sea
mortalis/mortale, mortalis M Adjective mortal
mos, moris [m.] C Noun habit, custom, manner, (plural) habits, character
nascor, nasceris, nasci C, natus sum (Dep.) Verb be born; spring forth, arise
navigium, navigii [n.] O Noun vessel, ship
neque vero Phrase not yet translated :(
omnis/omne, omnis M Adjective every, everyone, everybody, complete
opus, operis [n.] C Noun work, achievement, oeuvre
patior, pateris, pati M, passus sum (Dep.) Verb suffer, endure, permit
pius/pia/pium, AO Adjective dutiful, pious, devout
prudens, prudentis M Adjective aware, skilled, sensible, prudent, farseeing,...
quasi Adverb like, how, quasi
reor, reris, reri E, ratus sum (Dep.) Verb think, regard, deem, suppose, believe, reckon
tueor, tueris, tueri E, tuitus sum (Dep.) Verb see, look at, protect, watch, uphold
turris, turris [f.] I Noun tower, high building, palace, citadel, dove...
usus, usus [m.] U Noun use, benefit, advantage
utor, uteris, uti C, usus sum (Dep.) Verb use; enjoy, experience
utilis/utile, utilis M Adjective useful, advantageous
vehemens, vehementis M Adjective violent, severe, vehement, emphatic, vigorous, lively
video, vides, videre E, vidi, visum Verb see
vis, viris [f.] C Noun strength (bodily) (pl.), force, power, might,...

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