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interficio
(inter- + facio), interficere (3), interfeci, interfectum; to put out of the way, kill {this is the most common of the verbs meaning "to kill"; necare implies wickednes and cruelty; and occidere commonly is used of cutting down an enemy in battle}
maritus
-i (m) husband [intermarriage]
accendo
accendere (3), accendi, accensum; to kindle, light {distinguish this verb carefully from ascendo, ascendere (3), ascendi, ascensum: to climb to, ascend, mount}
lumen
luminis (n) light [illume]
prehendo
prehendere (3), prehendi, prehensum: to seize [apprehend]
comprimo
(con- + premo) comprimere, (3), compressi, compressum: to press together, squeeze, compress [compress]
vis
vis (f) violence, force, virtue, potency, efficacy; (pl) vires, virium: strength {note that the plural has a different meaning from the singular. be sure to distinguis viris (dative/ablative plural of vir, "man") from the plural forms of vis: vires (nominative and accusative plural) and viribus (dative and ablative plural), "strenghth"} [vis]