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saeculum
generation
saevire
to be fierce, furious
sagitta
arrow
saltare
to dance
saltus
leap, spring, bound
salvare
to save
salvus
safe, alive, sound
salutare
to greet, wish health to
sanare
to heal, cure
sanus
healthy
sanctus
hallowed, made sacred
satietas
sufficiency, abundance
satisfacere
to satisfy, content
sceleratus
villainous, accursed, criminal, polluted
scutum
oblong wooden shield covered with leather
secare
to cut
secundus
following, next
securus
untroubled, fearless, composed
sedes
seat, chair, throne
seges
corn-field
segnis
slow, lingering, inactive
senior
more mature man
sensus
sensation, sense, capacity for feeling
servire
to be a servant/slave
servitus
slavery
severus
serious, grave, strict
siccus
dry
sidus
group of stars, constellation, sky, heavens
significare
to show, indicate, make known by signs
silere
to be still, be silent
simulare
to copy, imitate, represent
sinere
to let, allow, permit
singularis
alone, one at a time, single
singuli
one to each, separate, single
sinu
curve, bent surface
societas
companionship, association, partnership
sodalis
mate, fellow, comrade
sol
sun
sollicitare
to shake, agitate, disturb
sollicitudo
anxiety
solum
ground, floor, soil
somnus
sleep
somnium
dream
sonare
to make a noise, resound
sonus
sound, noise
sonitus
sound, noise, din
sopor
sleep, stupor
sordidus
dirty, shabby, vile
sors
lot, chance, fate, destiny, prophecy
spatium
space, expanse, distance, interval, opportunity
species
sight, appearance, likeness, idea
spernere
to reject, scorn
spiritus
spirit, life, inspiration, breath
statio
post, station
statua
statue, image
status
position, situation
stipendium
pay, tax, military service
studere
to be eager, apply oneself, study, be devoted to
studiosus
eager, keen, devoted, enthusiastic, studious
stultitia
foolishness, folly
stuprum
disgrace, dishonour
subicere
to subject, suggest
subigere
to tame, conquer, subjugate, force
subsidium
support, aid
succedere
to come after, follow in succession, approach
succurrere
to help
sufferre
to bear up, support
sumptus
expense, cost
superbia
arrogance
superbus
arrogant, overbearing, haughty
superesse
to remain, survive
superstes
surviving
superior
higher, former, older, greater, superior
supra
above, beyond
supremus
highest, latest, final
supplex
suppliant, in humble entreaty
supplicare
to entreat, beg humbly
suspicari
to suspect, mistrust
suspicere
to suspect, mistrust, to look up at
suspicio
suspicion, mistrust