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Vocable Translation
agnus, agni [m.] O Noun lamb
aurum, auri [n.] O Noun gold
bellus/bella/bellum, AO Adjective pretty, handsome, charming, pleasant,...
bos, bovis [m.] C Noun ox, steer, cow
corvus, corvi [m.] O Noun raven, cormorant (w/aquaticus), kind of sea...
dens, dentis [m.] M Noun tooth, tusk, ivory, tooth-like thing, spike
digitus, digiti [m.] O Noun finger, toe
discedo, discedis, discedere C, discessi, discessum Verb go away, depart
experior, experiris, experiri I, expertus sum (Dep.) Verb try, test, experience
fallo, fallis, fallere C, fefelli, falsum Verb deceive, slip by, disappoint, be mistaken,...
faveo, faves, favere E, favi, fautum Verb promote, favour, prefer
fingo, fingis, fingere C, finxi, fictum Verb mold, form, shape, create, invent, produce,...
hercle Interjection By Hercules!, assuredly, indeed
hiems, hiemis [f.] C Noun winter
iacto, iactas, iactare A, iactavi, iactatum Verb To throw
interim Adverb meanwhile, in the meantime, at the same time,...
invicem Adverb in turn, by turns, reciprocally/mutually, [ab...
invideo, invides, invidere E, invidi, invisum Verb be envious; look at with envy, envy, be jealous of
invisus/invisa/invisum, AO Adjective hated, detested, hateful, hostile
iuventus, iuventutis [f.] C Noun youth
lupus, lupi [m.] O Noun wolf
mane Adverb in the morning, early in the morning
mentior, mentiris, mentiri I, mentitus sum (Dep.) Verb lie, deceive, invent, imitate, feign, pretend,...
modo Adverb just, just now
moror, moraris, morari A, moratus sum (Dep.) Verb delay, stay, stay behind, devote attention to
mortuus/mortua/mortuum, AO Adjective dead
natura, naturae [f.] A Noun nature
nimis Adverb very much, too much, exceedingly
nubo, nubis, nubere C, nupsi, nuptum Verb cover, veil; (with dat.) to be married to, marry
opus est m. Abl. Phrase not yet translated :(
osculum, osculi [n.] O Noun kiss
paucus/pauca/paucum, AO Adjective little, small in quantity/extent, few (usu....
penna, pennae [f.] A Noun feather, wing
piscis, piscis [m.] M Noun fish
precor, precaris, precari A, precatus sum (Dep.) Verb beg/implore/entreat, wish/pray for/to, pray,...
probo, probas, probare A, probavi, probatum Verb test, approve, recommend
quantus, -a, -um Adjective (by) how much
queror, quereris, queri C, questus sum (Dep.) Verb complain, lament
queo, quis, quire IR, quii/quivi, quitum Verb to be able
quondam Adv. Phrase not yet translated :(
senectus, senectutis [f.] C Noun old age
servio, servis, servire I, servivi, servitum Verb serve
sinus, sinus [m.] U Noun curved or bent surface, bending, curve, fold,...
suadeo, suades, suadere E, suasi, suasum Verb urge, recommend, suggest, induce, propose,...
valeo, vales, valere E, valui, valitum Verb be strong/powerful/influential/healthy,...
valeo, vales, valere E, valui, valiturum Verb be strong, have power; be well
vicinus, vicini [m.] O Noun neighbor
vicinus/vicina/vicinum, AO Adjective nearby, neighboring
voluptas, voluptatis [f.] C Noun pleasure
vulpes, vulpis [f.] M Noun fox

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