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dux
ducis
leader, ruler, commander (m.)
edico
edicere
edixi
edictum
to announce, declare; decree, ordain
efficio
efficere
effeci
effectum
to do, produce, effect, make
epistula
epistulae
a written communication, letter, epistle (f.)
eques
equitis
a horseman, rider, cavalrymen (m.)
equus
equi
horse (m.)
etsi
even if, although
excipio
excipere
excepi
exceptum
to take out, except, rescue; to take up, catch; to greet, welcome
exemplum
exempli
a sample, example (n.)
exeo
exire
exii (exivi)
exitum
to go out, go away, go forth; to pass from state to state, to get out
exerceo
exercere
exercui
exeritum
to keep at work, exercise, train, cultivate
exercito
exercitare
exercitavi
exercitatum
to train hard, keep at work
exercitus
exercitus
training, a trained body of soldiers, army, infantry (m.)
exigo
exigere
exegi
exactum
to drive out, to drive away; to force out, exact, demand; to sell
existimo
existimare
existimavi
existimatum
to judge a thing according to its value; to judge, consider, regard (in gen.)
facies
faciei
shape, form, figure, outward appearance
facilis
facile
easy to do, easy to manage, convenient, favorable (adj.)
factum
facti
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factus
facta
factum
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fallo
fallere
fefelli
falsum
to deceive, lead astray, cause to be mistaken
fama
famae
talk, report, rumor, tradition (f.)
familia
familiae
a household (of slaves), establishment, family (f.)
femina
feminae
a female, woman (f.)
ferrum
ferri
iron, sword, plough, axe (n.)
ferus
fera
ferum
wild, uncultivated, uncivilized, rough, cruel (adj.)
fides
fidei
trust, confidence, reliance, belief, faith (f.)
filia
filiae
daughter (f.)
finis
finis
boundary, limit, border; summit, end (m.) (sometimes f.)
flumen
flumenis
a river, stream (n.)
for
fari
fatus sum
to speak, say
foro
forare
foravi
foratum
to bore, pierce
fors
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fortasse
(fortassis)
perhaps
fortis
forte
strong, powerful, robust (adj.)
fortuna
fortunae
chance, fate, luck, lot, fortune (f.)