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ac (=atque) Conjunction and, and also, and even, as
adhuc Adverb yet, so far, still, thus far, till now, to this p…
affectus/affecta/affectum, AO Adjective endowed with, possessed of, minded, affected, imp…
afficio, afficis, afficere M, affeci, affectum Verb manage, influence, make
ambo Other both
arrogantia, arrogantiae [f.] A Noun insolence, arrogance, conceit, haughtiness, presu…
ascendo, ascendis, ascendere C, ascendcendi, ascendcensum Verb To ascend
audacia, audaciae [f.] A Noun boldness, daring, courage, confidence, recklessne…
augeo, auges, augere E, auxi, auctum Verb enlarge, extend, increase
beneficium, beneficii [n.] O Noun boon, benefit
captivus, captivi [m.] O Noun captive, prisoner
circumvenio, circumvenis, circumvenire I, circumveni, circumventum Verb encircle, surround, assail, beset, enclose, circu…
constituo, constituis, constituere C, constitui, constitutum Verb decide, establish, settle, resolve
consulo, consulis, consulere C, consului, consultum Verb interview, survey, consult
corpus, corporis [n.] C Noun body, corpus
defendo, defendis, defendere C, defendi, defensum Verb ward off, defend, protect
demitto, demittis, demittere C, demisi, demissum Verb drop, let fall, sink, send/cast/go/flow/float/slo…
diligo, diligis, diligere C, dilexi, dilectum Verb esteem, love
dirus/dira/dirum, AO Adjective awful/dire/dreadful (omen), ominous/frightful/ter…
dives, divitis M Adjective rich/wealthy, costly, fertile/productive (land), …
divitia, divitiae [f.] A Noun riches (pl.), wealth
doleo, doles, dolere E, dolui, dolitum Verb hurt, feel/suffer pain, grieve, be afflicted/pain…
dolor, doloris [m.] C Noun pain, grief
gemitus, gemitus [m.] U Noun groan, sigh, roaring
gens, gentis [f.] M Noun folk, nation, people, tribe, clan, Gentiles
heres, heredis [m.] C Noun heir, heiress
incedo, incedis, incedere C, incessi, incessum Verb advance, march, approach, step, walk, march along
iniuria, iniuriae [f.] A Noun injustice
ira, irae [f.] A Noun anger, wrath, rage
liberi, liberorum [m.] O (Pl.) Noun children (pl.), (sg. VOC) child
lingua, linguae [f.] A Noun language, tongue
lux, lucis [f.] C Noun light
magnopere Adverb greatly, exceedingly, with great effort, very muc…
malo, mavis, malle IR, malui, - Verb prefer, want more or instead
malus/mala/malum, AO Adjective bad, evil, wicked, ugly, unlucky
mando, mandas, mandare A, mandavi, mandatum Verb order, command
metus, metus [m.] U Noun fear, dread, anxiety
natus/nata/natum, AO Adjective born, descending (from)
nimis Adverb very much, too much, exceedingly, Too much
nobilis/nobile, nobilis M Adjective noble, well born, aristocratic, outstanding (in r…
occido, occidis, occidere C, occidi, occisum Verb kill, murder, slaughter, slay, cut/knock down, we…
odio, odis, odire I, odivi, - Verb hate, dislike, be disinclined/reluctant/adverse to
omnino Adverb (1.) entirely, altogether, utterly (2.) at all, i…
ops, opis [f.] C Noun help, aid, (plural) power, resources, wealth
opus, operis [n.] C Noun work, achievement, oeuvre
pavor, pavoris [m.] C Noun fear, panic
perficio, perficis, perficere M, perfeci, perfectum Verb complete, finish, execute, bring about, accomplis…
populus, populi [m.] O Noun population, people, nation, State, public/populac…
prius, prioris [n.] C Noun earlier times/events/actions, a logically prior p…
quare Adverb (1.) in what way? how? by which means, whereby, w…
quicquam Adverb any, anything
quidquam Adverb quisquam, quaequam, quidquam, anyone/anybody/anyt…
salus, salutis [f.] C Noun salutation, greeting, safety, salvation
saxum, saxi [n.] O Noun rock, stone
scelus, sceleris [n.] C Noun evil deed, crime, sin, wickedness
seco, secas, secare A, secui, sectum Verb cut, sever, decide, divide in two/halve/split, sl…
sic Adverb (1.) so, this, still, in this way (2.) Thus, Just…
sol, solis [m.] C Noun sun
soror, sororis [f.] C Noun sister, nun
sperno, spernis, spernere C, sprevi, spretum Verb scorn, despise, spurn
spes, spei [f.] E Noun hope, expectation, ||Spes, goddess of hope, hope …
suspicor, suspicaris, suspicari A, suspicatus sum (Dep.) Verb mistrust, suspect, suppose
timor, timoris [m.] C Noun anxiety, fear
ubique Adverb anywhere, everywhere (ubiquitous)
ventus, venti [m.] O Noun wind
vester/vestra/vestrum, AO Adjective your (pl.), of/belonging to/associated with you
vivus/viva/vivum, AO Adjective alive, living
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