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Vocable Translation
accipio, accipis, accipere M, accepi, acceptum Verb accept, take, receive
auxilium, auxilii [n.] O Noun help, aid
caput, capitis [n.] C Noun head, leader, beginning, life, heading, chapter
conficio, conficis, conficere M, confeci, confectum Verb execute, do, finish, wear out
constat, constitit (+ACI) Verb it is certain (that)
cresco, crescis, crescere C, crevi, cretum Verb increase, come forth/to be, arise/spring (from), …
diu Adverb long (time), for a long time
edo, edis, edere C, edi, essum Verb eat/consume/devour, eat away (fire/water/disease)…
flumen, fluminis [n.] C Noun river, stream, current, tide, flood, onrush, runn…
Graecus/Graeca/Graecum, AO Adjective greek, Greek
iam Adverb already, now
interficio, interficis, interficere M, interfeci, interfectum Verb (1.) kill, murder, destroy, put and end to (2.) o…
iussum, iussi [n.] O Noun command, order, instruction
lego, legis, legere C, legi, lectum Verb read, choose, select, to steal, read, choose, rea…
novus/nova/novum, AO Adjective new, fresh, young, unusual, extraordinary, (novae…
pater, patris [m.] C Noun father
periculum, periculi [n.] O Noun danger, risk
postquam Conjunction after
postremo Adverb eventually, finally
primum Adverb firstly, for the first time
proelium, proelii [n.] O Noun battle
quamquam Conjunction though, although, yet, nevertheless, also
reddo, reddis, reddere C, reddidi, redditum Verb return, restore, deliver, hand over, pay back, re…
regina, reginae [f.] A Noun queen
rex, regis [m.] C Noun king
sentio, sentis, sentire I, sensi, sensum Verb feel, perceive, think, experience
supero, superas, superare A, superavi, superatum Verb beat, defeat, exceed, overcome, conquer, surpass
tantus/tanta/tantum, AO Adjective so large, so great, of such a size
timor, timoris [m.] C Noun anxiety, fear
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