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Inherent to Medias in Res Texte

Vocable Translation
ante Preposition before
apostulus, apostuli [m.] O Noun apostle
barbarus, barbari [m.] O Noun savage, barbarian, foreigner
barbarus/barbara/barbarum, AO Adjective barbarian, foreign
basilica, basilicae [f.] A Noun church
beatus/beata/beatum, AO Adjective happy, sacred, holy
Caesar, Caesaris [m.] C Noun Caesar
constituo, constituis, constituere C, constitui, constitutum Verb decide, establish
corona, coronae [f.] A Noun crown
ecclesia, ecclesiae [f.] A Noun church
et Conjunction and, also
etiam Conjunction also, too, even
famulus, famuli [m.] O Noun servant
fateor, fateris, fateri E, fassus sum (Dep.) Verb confess, admit
fides, fidei [f.] E Noun faith, trust
Iesus, Iesu [m.] U Noun Jesus
meridies, meridiei [m.] E Noun noon
miserabilis/miserabilis/miserabile, miserabilis M Adjective miserable
monasterium, monasterii [n.] O Noun monastery
occidens, occidentis [m.] C Noun western world, occident
oratio, orationis [f.] C Noun speech, prayer, worship
oriens, orientis [m.] C Noun orient, eastern world
papa, papae [m.] A Noun pope
pius/pia/pium, AO Adjective dutiful, pious, devout
pontifex, pontificis [m.] C Noun priest, pope
primum Adverb firstly, for the first time
progredior, progrederis, progredi M, progressus sum (Dep.) Verb proceed
proprius/propria/proprium, AO Adjective distinct, peculiar
quia Conjunction because, that
quicquid Other whatever
sacerdos, sacerdotis [m.] C Noun priest
saeculum, saeculi [n.] O Noun century
sanguis, sanguinis [m.] C Noun blood
sapuentia, sapuentiae [f.] A Noun wisdom
secundum Preposition according to, conform to
sicut Adverb as, like
silentium, silentii [n.] O Noun silence
societas, societatis [f.] C Noun community, society
super Preposition above, about
sustineo, sustines, sustinere E, sustinui, sustinitum Verb bear, withstand, tolerate
tot Adverb so many
unde Adverb wherefrom, whence, since
universus/universa/universum, AO Adjective everyone (altogether)

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