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Inherent to Arcus

Vocable Translation
accuso, accusas, accusare A, accusavi, accusatum Verb accuse, indict
aegrotus/aegrota/aegrotum, AO Adjective sick, diseased, love-sick, pining
Bene Adverb well
brevis/brevis/breve, AO Adjective short, small, brief
capillus, capilli [m.] O Noun hair, hair of head, single hair, hair/fur/wool of…
caput, capitis [n.] C Noun head, leader, beginning, life, heading, chapter
celo, celas, celare A, celavi, celatum Verb conceal, hide, keep secret, disguise, keep in dar…
colloquor, colloqueris, colloqui C, collocutus sum (Dep.) Verb talk, speak to/with, talk together/over, converse…
conor, conaris, conari A, conatus sum (Dep.) Verb try, attempt
damnum, damni [n.] O Noun financial loss, property loss, physical loss, dam…
deformo, deformas, deformare A, deformavi, deformatum Verb design, shape, fashion, model, outline, describe,…
disciplina, disciplinae [f.] A Noun teaching, instruction, education, training, disci…
disto, distas, distare A, -, - Verb stand apart, be distant, be different
emineo, emines, eminere E, eminui, - Verb stand out, be prominent/preeminent, excel, project
exiguus/exigua/exiguum, AO Adjective small, meager, dreary, a little, a bit of, scanty…
feria, feriae [f.] A Noun festival, holy day, day of rest, holiday, leisure…
frumentum, frumenti [n.] O Noun wheat
gravis/grave, gravis M Adjective heavy, heavily
hic, haec, hoc Demonstrative Pronoun this, that
laboro, laboras, laborare A, laboravi, laboratum Verb work
laedo, laedis, laedere C, laesi, laesum Verb hurt
malus/mala/malum, AO Adjective bad
modestus/modesta/modestum, AO Adjective restrained, mild, modest, reserved, disciplined
ne Conjunction not, [ne....quidem => not even], truly, indeed, v…
nescio, nescis, nescire I, nescivi, nescitum Verb not to know, be ignorant
niger/nigra/nigrum, AO Adjective black, dark, unlucky
novus/nova/novum, AO Adjective new
odor, odoris [m.] C Noun scent, odor, aroma, smell, hint, inkling, suggest…
opus, operis [n.] C Noun work, achievement, oeuvre
pars, partis [f.] I Noun part
pecunia, pecuniae [f.] A Noun money
pellis, pellis [f.] M Noun skin, hide, pelt
placeo, places, placere E, placui, placitum Verb please, satisfy
quantus/quanta/quantum, AO Adjective how large, how great, how much
seco, secas, secare A, secavi, secatum Verb cut, sever, decide, divide in two, halve, split, …
spatium, spatii [n.] O Noun space, area/expanse, room (for), intervening spac…
toga, togae [f.] A Noun toga
utor, uteris, uti C, usus sum (Dep.) Verb (1.) use (2.) enjoy, experience
vestis, vestis [f.] M Noun garment, garb, clothes
veto, vetas, vetare A, vetavi, vetatum Verb forbid, prohibit, reject, veto, be an obstacle to…
video, vides, videre E, vidi, visum Verb see

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