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acer/acris/acre, acris M Adjective sharpest, bitterest
alo, alis, alere C, alui, alitum Verb feed, nourish, rear, nurse, suckle, cherish, supp…
alienus/aliena/alienum, AO Adjective foreign
avaritia, avaritiae [f.] A Noun greed, avarice, rapacity, miserliness, stinginess…
bestia, bestiae [f.] A Noun beast, animal, creature, wild beast/animal, beast…
brevis/brevis/breve, AO Adjective short, small, brief
careo, cares, carere E, carui, caritum Verb be without/absent from/devoid of/free from, miss,…
convoco, convocas, convocare A, convocavi, convocatum Verb call, bring together, assemble, convoke, convene,…
creo, creas, creare A, creavi, creatum Verb create
desero, deseris, deserere C, deserui, desertum Verb leave, depart, quit, desert, forsake, abandon, gi…
difficilis/difficile, difficilis M Adjective difficult, troublesome, hard, hard to please/mana…
dignitas, dignitatis [f.] C Noun merit, prestige, dignity
dignus/digna/dignum, AO Adjective worthy, dignified
dives, divitis M Adjective rich/wealthy, costly, fertile/productive (land), …
expello, expellis, expellere C, expellpuli, expellpulsum Verb drive out, expel, banish
felix, felicis M Adjective lucky, successful
incultus/inculta/incultum, AO Adjective uncultivated (land), overgrown, unkempt, rough, u…
indignus/indigna/indignum, AO Adjective unworthy, undeserving, undeserved, unbecoming, sh…
ingens, ingentis M Adjective not natural, immoderate, huge, vast, enormous, mi…
Italia, Italiae [f.] A Noun (1.) Italy (2.) Italy
iter, itineris [n.] C Noun journey, route, way, passage
lex, legis [f.] C Noun law, statute, motion, bill, principle, condition
libertas, libertatis [f.] C Noun freedom
miseria, miseriae [f.] A Noun misery, distress, woe, wretchedness, suffering
necessarius/necessaria/necessarium, AO Adjective necessary, needed, essential, indispensable, vita…
nuper Adverb newly, lately, recently, not long ago
obtineo, obtines, obtinere E, obtinui, obtentum Verb get hold of, maintain, obtain, hold fast, occupy,…
omnis/omne, omnis M Adjective every, everyone, everybody, complete
opus, operis [n.] C Noun work, achievement, oeuvre
patricius, patricii [m.] O Noun patrician, aristocrat
Plus, Pluris [n.] I Noun more (often + gen.)
praemium, praemii [n.] O Noun reward, prize
pro+Abl. Preposition in front of, for, in the name of, instead of, on …
Quiris, Quiritis [m.] C Noun citizens (pl.) of Rome collectively in their peac…
reddo, reddis, reddere C, reddidi, redditum Verb return, restore, deliver, hand over, pay back, re…
Roma, Romae [f.] A Noun Rome
servio, servis, servire I, servivi, servitum Verb serve
tribunus, tribuni [m.] O Noun tribune, [~ plebis => tribune of the people, ~ ml…
vacuus/vacua/vacuum, AO Adjective empty, vacant, unoccupied, devoid of, free of
vel Conjunction (1.) or, even, actually, or even, in deed (2.) or…
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