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aut Conjunction (1.) (2.) or (3.) or, either... or (4.) or, eith…
causa, causae [f.] A Noun reason, cause, case, situation
consuesco, consuescis, consuescere C, consuevi, consuetum Verb accustom oneself, become/be accustomed/used, inur…
disco, discis, discere C, didici, discitum Verb learn, hear, get to know, become acquainted with,…
frequens, frequentis M Adjective crowded, numerous, full, frequented, populous, re…
iudicium, iudicii [n.] O Noun judgement, decision, opinion, trial
libertas, libertatis [f.] C Noun freedom
littera, litterae [f.] A Noun a letter of the alphabet, (plural) a letter, lite…
nobilitas, nobilitatis [f.] C Noun nobility, aristocracy
numerus, numeri [m.] O Noun number, count, rank, company
ordo, ordinis [m.] C Noun row, order/rank, succession, series, class, bank …
plebs, plebis [f.] C Noun (lower) people, folk
plurimum, plurimi [n.] O Noun most/great number of things, greatest amount, ver…
poena, poenae [f.] A Noun penalty, punishment
potestas, potestatis [f.] C Noun power
sermo, sermonis [m.] C Noun conversation, talk
sidus, sideris [n.] C Noun constellation, star
tametsi Conjunction even if, although, though
trado, tradis, tradere C, tradidi, traditum Verb hand over, surrender, deliver, bequeath, relate
versus, versus [m.] U Noun line of verse
vulgus, vulgi [n.] O Noun the common people, mob, rabble
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