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angustus/angusta/angustum, AO Adjective narrow, steep, close, confined, scanty, poor, low…
animus, animi [m.] O Noun sense, mind, bravery, soul, spirit, courage, heart
concedo, concedis, concedere C, concessi, concessum Verb relinquish, give up, concede, depart, pardon, sub…
cresco, crescis, crescere C, crevi, cretum Verb increase, come forth/to be, arise/spring (from), …
deficio, deficis, deficere M, defeci, defectum Verb fail/falter, run short/out, grow weak/faint, come…
dextra, dextrae [f.] A Noun right hand, weapon/greeting/shaking hand, right s…
existimo, existimas, existimare A, existimavi, existimatum Verb value, esteem, form, hold opinion/view, think, su…
immo Adverb no indeed (contradiction), on the contrary, more …
immo vero Phrase however, indeed, on the contrary
iterum Adverb again, however
Londinium, Londinii [n.] O Noun London
nego, negas, negare A, negavi, negatum Verb deny, say that...not, to deny, say that... not
oporteo, oportes, oportere E, oportui, oportuitum Verb it is right, one should, it is necessary
paene Adverb nearly, almost, mostly
paulo ante Phrase shortly before, just before
pecunia me deficit Phrase I lack money
secum Other with (oneself)
sentio, sentis, sentire I, sensi, sensum Verb feel, perceive, think, experience
umerus, umeri [m.] O Noun upper arm, shoulder
Virgo, virgis [f.] C Noun virgin, young woman, girl
vis, - [f.] M Noun force, power, violence
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