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Inherent to Prima B

Vocable Translation
amplus/ampla/amplum, AO Adjective great, large, spacious, wide, ample,...
antiquus/antiqua/antiquum, AO Adjective ancient, old-time
commoveo, commoves, commovere E, commovi, commotum Verb (heavily) move, prompt
conduco, conducis, conducere C, conduxi, conductum Verb be of advantage, be profitable, be expedient,...
contineo, contines, continere E, continui, contentum Verb secure, maintain, sustain, fasten/hold in...
fabula, fabulae [f.] A Noun story, tale, play
ferrum, ferri [n.] O Noun iron, sword
gravis/grave, gravis M Adjective heavy, heavily
ignotus/ignota/ignotum, AO Adjective unknown, strange, unacquainted with, ignorant of
in Preposition soon, next (time/position)
incredibilis/incredibile, incredibilis M Adjective incredible, extraordinary
invenio, invenis, invenire I, invenveni, invenventum Verb come upon, find
italia, italiae [f.] A Noun Italy
liber/libera/liberum, AO Adjective free (man), unimpeded, void of, independent,...
locus, loci [m.] O Noun place, location
mirus/mira/mirum, AO Adjective wonderful, strange, remarkable, amazing,...
modus, modi [m.] O Noun measure, bound, limit; manner, method, mode, way
monstrum, monstri [n.] O Noun monster, portent, unnatural thing/event...
moveo, moves, movere E, movi, motum Verb move, arouse, affect
nocturnus/nocturna/nocturnum, AO Adjective nocturnal, of night, at night, by night
permoveo, permoves, permovere E, permovi, permotum Verb stir up, move deeply, influence, agitate
perterreo, perterres, perterrere E, perterrui, perterritum Verb frighten greatly, terrify
perturbo, perturbas, perturbare A, perturbavi, perturbatum Verb confuse, throw into confusion, disturb,...
philosophus, philosophi [m.] O Noun philosopher
procedo, procedis, procedere C, processi, processum Verb proceed, advance, appear
quondam Adverb formerly, once, at one time, some day, hereafter
silentium, silentii [n.] O Noun silence
sino, sinis, sinere C, sivi, situm Verb allow, permit
talis/tale, talis M Adjective such, of such a sort
tempus, temporis [n.] C Noun time, occasion, opportunity
tenebra, tenebrae [f.] A Noun darkness (pl.), obscurity, night, dark corner,...
valeo, vales, valere E, valui, valiturum Verb be strong, have power; be well
vinculum, vinculi [n.] O Noun bond, chain, fetter

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