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accendo, accendis, accendere C, accendi, accensum Verb kindle, set on fire, light, illuminate, inflame, …
adicio, adicis, adicere M, adjeci, adjectum Verb add, increase, raise, add to (DAT/ad+ACC), sugges…
advocatus, advocati [m.] O Noun counselor, advocate, professional pleader, witnes…
aliqui Adverb in some way/extent
aliquot Other some, several, a few
appareo, appares, apparere E, apparui, apparum Verb appear, come out, become clear, become evident
audeo, audes, audere E, ausus sumi, - Verb dare, risk
citus/cita/citum, AO Adjective quick, swift, rapid, moving/acting/passing/occurr…
demitto, demittis, demittere C, demisi, demissum Verb drop, let fall, sink, send/cast/go/flow/float/slo…
denarius, denarii [m.] O Noun denarius (silver coin=10/16/18 asses), drachma we…
dissimulo, dissimulas, dissimulare A, dissimulavi, dissimulatum Verb conceal, dissemble, disguise, hide, ignore
ergo Adverb therefore, well, then, now, so
hic, haec, hoc Demonstrative Pronoun this, that
imprimo, imprimis, imprimere C, impressi, impressum Verb impress, imprint, press upon, stamp
induco, inducis, inducere C, induxi, inductum Verb lead in, bring in (performers), induce, influence…
ingratus/ingrata/ingratum, AO Adjective unpleasant, ungrateful, thankless
maturus/matura/maturum, AO Adjective early, speedy, ripe, mature, mellow, timely, seas…
miles, militis [m.] C Noun soldier
miror, miraris, mirari A, miratus sum (Dep.) Verb marvel at, admire, wonder
numero, numeras, numerare A, numeravi, numeratum Verb count, add up, reckon/compute, consider, relate, …
nummus, nummi [m.] O Noun coin, cash, money, sesterce
obicio, obicis, obicere M, objeci, objectum Verb Expose (to danger), throw before/to, cast, object…
obviam Adverb against, towards
prehendo, prehendis, prehendere C, prehendi, prehensum Verb catch, capture, take hold of/possession of/in han…
princeps, principis [m.] C Noun emperor
publicus, publici [m.] O Noun public officer
quam Pronoun like, how
rumpo, rumpis, rumpere C, rupi, ruptum Verb break, destroy
rursum Adverb turned back, backward, on the contrary/other hand…
secretus/secreta/secretum, AO Adjective separate, apart (from), private, secret, remote, …
superbus/superba/superbum, AO Adjective arrogant, overbearing, haughty, proud
utrum … an Phrase whether ... or
vereor, vereris, vereri E, veritus sum (Dep.) Verb revere, respect, fear, dread
vultus, vultus [m.] U Noun countenance, face, expression

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