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Vocable Translation
ante Preposition
audeo, audes, audere E, ausus sumi, - Verb dare, risk
auris, auris [f.] M Noun ear, hearing, a discriminating sense of...
captivus/captiva/captivum, AO Adjective caught, taken captive, captured (in war),...
circumvenio, circumvenis, circumvenire I, circumvenveni, circumvenventum Verb surround, deceive, trick
concedo, concedis, concedere C, concessi, concessum Verb relinquish, give up, concede, depart, pardon,...
coniunx, coniugis [m.] C Noun husband, wife, spouse
coniuratio, coniurationis [f.] C Noun conspiracy
consultum, consulti [n.] O Noun decision/resolution/plan, decree (of...
convoco, convocas, convocare A, convocavi, convocatum Verb call, bring together, assemble, convoke,...
cottidie Adverb daily, every day, day by day, usually,...
cum+Abl. Preposition with
denique Adverb finally, in the end, and then, at worst, in...
diligentia, diligentiae [f.] A Noun diligence, care, attentiveness, economy,...
domus, domus [f.] U Noun house, home (NB 3 special uses and endings:...
gigno, gignis, gignere C, genui, genitum Verb give birth to, bring forth, bear, beget, be...
infelix, infelicis M Adjective unfortunate, unhappy, wretched, unlucky,...
interitus, interitus [m.] U Noun ruin, violent/untimely death, extinction,...
intra Preposition in, within, inside
iste, ista, istud Demonstrative Pronoun this, that
lectus, lecti [m.] O Noun bed, couch, lounge, sofa, bridal bed
num Particle what? (in direct questions)
obsideo, obsides, obsidere E, obsedi, obsessum Verb blockade, besiege, invest, beset, take possession of
pateo, pates, patere E, patui, - Verb be open, lie open, be accessible, be evident
pergo, pergis, pergere C, perrexi, perrectum Verb go on, proceed
praesentia, praesentiae [f.] A Noun present time, presence
praesidium, praesidii [n.] O Noun protection, help, guard, garrison, detachment
quantus/quanta/quantum, AO Adjective how large, how great, how much
quiesco, quiescis, quiescere C, quievi, quietum Verb rest, keep quiet/calm, be at peace/rest, be...
scelus, sceleris [n.] C Noun evil deed, crime, sin, wickedness
senectus, senectutis [f.] C Noun old age
supplicium, supplicii [n.] O Noun punishment, suffering, supplication, torture
tantum Adverb so much, so far, hardly, only
ut Conjunction that, so that
utrum Adverb whether, (introducing an indirect question),...
vasto, vastas, vastare A, vastavi, vastatum Verb devastate
volvo, volvis, volvere C, volvi, volutum Verb roll, cause to roll, travel in circle/circuit,...

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