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Inherent to Medias in Res Texte

Vocable Translation
accendo, accendis, accendere C, accendi, accensum Verb kindle, set on fire, light, illuminate,...
adversarius/adversaria/adversarium, AO Adjective opposed (to), hostile, inimical, adverse,...
ambitio, ambitionis [f.] C Noun ambition, desire for/currying...
audacia, audaciae [f.] A Noun boldness, daring, courage, confidence,...
avaritia, avaritiae [f.] A Noun greed, avarice, rapacity, miserliness,...
coniuratio, coniurationis [f.] C Noun conspiracy
coniurator, coniuratoris [m.] C Noun conspirator
consulatus, consulatus [m.] U Noun consulship/consulate, (term of) office of...
cupido, cupidinis [f.] C Noun desire, passion
dignitas, dignitatis [f.] C Noun merit, prestige, dignity
dominatio, dominationis [f.] C Noun mastery, power, domination, domain, despotism
dominatus, dominatus [m.] U Noun rule, mastery, domain, tyranny
eloquens, eloquentis M Adjective eloquent, expressing thoughts...
eloquentia, eloquentiae [f.] A Noun eloquence
furor, furoris [m.] C Noun madness, rage, fury, frenzy, passionate love
haud Adverb not, not at all, by no means, not (as a particle)
induco, inducis, inducere C, induxi, inductum Verb lead in, bring in (performers), induce,...
iniustus/iniusta/iniustum, AO Adjective unfair, unjust
intueor, intueris, intueri E, intuitus sum (Dep.) Verb look at, consider, regard, admire, stare
invado, invadis, invadere C, invasi, invasum Verb enter, attempt, invade, take possession of,...
iuventus, iuventutis [f.] C Noun youth
laetitia, laetitiae [f.] A Noun joy/happiness, source of joy/delight,...
libido, libidinis [f.] C Noun desire, longing, wish, fancy, lust,...
lubido, lubidinis [f.] C Noun desire/longing/wish/fancy, lust, wantonness,...
luxuria, luxuriae [f.] A Noun luxury, extravagance, thriving condition
modus, modi [m.] O Noun measure, bound, limit; manner, method, mode, way
motus, motus [m.] U Noun movement, motion, riot, commotion,...
opportunus/opportuna/opportunum, AO Adjective suitable, advantageous, useful, fit,...
optimates, optimatium [m.] M (Pl.) Noun the Optimates (aristocratic party)
populares, popularium [m.] M (Pl.) Noun the Populares, People's Party, big party, major party
post+Acc. Preposition after, behind, later, afterwards
praesidium, praesidii [n.] O Noun protection, help, guard, garrison, detachment
primo Adverb at first, in the first place, at the beginning
primum Adverb firstly, for the first time
rumor, rumoris [m.] C Noun rumor, gossip
Senex Adverb later, after
sententia, sententiae [f.] A Noun feeling, thought, opinion, vote, sentence
sese Personal Pronoun self, himself, herself, itself
societas, societatis [f.] C Noun community, society
status, status [m.] U Noun position, situation, condition, rank, standing, status
supra Adverb on top, more, above, before, formerly
suscipio, suscipis, suscipere M, suscepi, susceptum Verb undertake, take on
telum, teli [n.] O Noun dart, spear, weapon, javelin, bullet (gun)
tueor, tueris, tueri E, tuitus sum (Dep.) Verb see, look at, protect, watch, uphold
ut Conjunction that, so that
uti Conjunction in order that, that, so that, as, when, [ut...
vel ... vel Phrase either ... or
voco, vocas, vocare A, vocavi, vocatum Verb shout, call
voltus, voltus [m.] U Noun face, expression, looks
vulgus, vulgi [n.] O Noun common people/general public/multitude/common...
vultus, vultus [m.] U Noun countenance, face

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