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Inherent to Artes Latein-Grundkurs

Vocable Translation
adhuc Adv. Adverb still in translation
agricultura, agriculturae [f.] A Noun agriculture, husbandry
clementia, clementiae [f.] A Noun mildness, gentleness, mercy
coetus, coetus [m.] U Noun meeting, encounter, (political or illegal) assemb…
communis/commune, communis M Adjective common, general, of the community, for the commun…
comparo, comparas, comparare A, comparavi, comparatum Verb prepare, provide, compose, collect, get together/…
complus, compluris M Adjective many (pl.), several, a fair/good number, more tha…
concursus, concursus [m.] U Noun running to and fro/together, collision, charge/at…
coniuratio, coniurationis [f.] C Noun conspiracy
conloco, conlocas, conlocare A, conlocavi, conlocatum Verb place/put/set in order/proper position, arrange, …
constitutio, constitutionis [f.] C Noun constitution/disposition/structure/character, arr…
decerno, decernis, decernere C, decerncrevi, decerncretum Verb decide, settle, decree
deesse Other luck, want, feel, be absent, abandon, fail, be aw…
delonge Adverb from afar
eloquentia, eloquentiae [f.] A Noun eloquence
evenio, evenis, evenire I, eveni, eventum Verb come out, come about, come forth, happen, turn out
factio, factionis [f.] C Noun party, faction, partisanship
fames, famis [f.] C Noun hunger
ignotus/ignota/ignotum, AO Adjective unknown, strange, unacquainted with, ignorant of
immo vero Phrase however, indeed, on the contrary
incertus/incerta/incertum, AO Adjective uncertain, unsure, doubtful
insidia, insidiae [f.] A Noun ambush/ambuscade (pl.), plot, treachery, treacher…
iussu Other on demand
iustitia, iustitiae [f.] A Noun justice, equity
masculus/mascula/masculum, AO Adjective male/masculine, proper to males, manly/virile
maturus/matura/maturum, AO Adjective early, speedy, ripe, mature, mellow, timely, seas…
ministrare Other still in translation
naturalis/naturale, naturalis M Adjective natural, normal, typical, characteristic, innate,…
noto, notas, notare A, notavi, notatum Verb observe, record, brand, write, inscribe
notus/nota/notum, AO Adjective well known, familiar, notable, famous, esteemed, …
praedico, praedicas, praedicare A, praedicavi, praedicatum Verb proclaim/declare/make known/publish/announce form…
praemium, praemii [n.] O Noun reward, prize
praesidium, praesidii [n.] O Noun protection, help, guard, garrison, detachment
res publica f Phrase still in translation
salus, salutis [f.] C Noun salutation, greeting, safety, salvation
satis Adverb enough, adequately, sufficiently, well enough, qu…
scientia, scientiae [f.] A Noun knowledge
seditio, seditionis [f.] C Noun sedition, riot, strife, rebellion
sermo, sermonis [m.] C Noun conversation, talk
societas, societatis [f.] C Noun community, society
superus/supera/superum, AO Adjective above, high, higher, upper, of this world, greate…
tempto, temptas, temptare A, temptavi, temptatum Verb try (out)
tribuo, tribuis, tribuere C, tribui, tributum Verb divide, assign, present, grant, allot, bestow, at…
turpis/turpe, turpis M Adjective ugly, shameful, base, disgraceful
utilitas, utilitatis [f.] C Noun usefulness, advantage
venia, veniae [f.] A Noun favor, kindness, pardon, permission, indulgence
vereor, vereris, vereri E, veritus sum (Dep.) Verb revere, respect, fear, dread
vestimentum, vestimenti [n.] O Noun garment, robe, clothes
voluntas, voluntatis [f.] C Noun will, intent, determination, wish, good will

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