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Inherent to Arcus

Vocable Translation
agmen, agminis [n.] C Noun stream, herd, flock, troop, crowd, marching army,…
amicitia, amicitiae [f.] A Noun friendship
cingo, cingis, cingere C, cinxi, cinctum Verb surround, encircle, ring, enclose, beleaguer, acc…
comes, comitis [m.] C Noun companion, friend
comito, comitas, comitare A, comitavi, comitatum Verb accompany, go along with, attend (funeral), follo…
committo, committis, committere C, committmisi, committmissum Verb to entrust (e.g. a task) to another, to start, to…
constans, constantis M Adjective constant, unchanging, steadfast, resolute, steady…
custodio, custodis, custodire I, custodivi, custoditum Verb guard, protect, preserve, watch over, keep safe, …
dictator, dictatoris [m.] C Noun dictator
eques, equitis [m.] C Noun rider, knight, cavalryman
ferus/fera/ferum, AO Adjective wild, savage, uncivilized, untamed, fierce
frequens, frequentis M Adjective crowded, numerous, full, frequented, populous, re…
hic, haec, hoc Demonstrative Pronoun this, that
iustus/iusta/iustum, AO Adjective just, right
laterus/latera/laterum, AO Adjective having X sides (only with numerical prefix)
navis, navis [f.] M Noun boat, ship
notus/nota/notum, AO Adjective famous, known, noted, popular
occurro, occurris, occurrere C, occucurri, occursum Verb run to meet, oppose, resist, come to mind, occur …
orior, oriris, oriri I, ortus sum (Dep.) Verb rise (sun/river), arise/emerge, crop up, get up (…
proximus/proxima/proximum, AO Adjective (the) next
qui, quae, quod Relative Pronoun who, which, whom, that
respicio, respicis, respicere M, respexi, respectum Verb look back at, gaze at, consider, respect, care fo…
stultitia, stultitiae [f.] A Noun folly, stupidity
taberna, tabernae [f.] A Noun tavern, inn, wood hut/cottage, shed/hovel, stall/…
triginta Adjective 30, thirty
tumultus, tumultus [m.] U Noun commotion, confusion, uproar, rebellion, uprising…
ultimus/ultima/ultimum, AO Adjective farthest, extreme, last, final
veho, vehis, vehere C, vexi, vectum Verb bear, carry, convey, pass, ride, sail
vulnus, vulneris [n.] C Noun wound

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