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agriculture
agri cultura
abode, dwelling place
domicilium
woman
femina
Gaul
Gallia
man from Gaul
Gallus
tear
lacrima
number
numerus
hastens (not properat)
maturat
plows
arat
desires
desiderat
and (ending)
-que
whither
-quo
or
an
new
novus
yours
tuus
surely, it is not the case that...
nonne
the one... the other (of two)
alter...alter
one...another
alius...alius
some...others
alii...alii
never
numquam
now
nunc
recently
nuper
once, some time ago
olim
all
omnis
just at the right time
opportune
very well
optime
nearly, almost
paene
book
liber
children
liberi
companion, ally
socius
destroys
delet
has
habet
orders
iubet
moves
movet
sees
videt
angry, furious
iratus
happy, glad
laetus
after, when
postquam
finally, lastly, at last
postremo
on the next day, on the day after
postridie
first
primo
first, in front
prior
black
niger
gradually
paulatim
for a short time
paulisper
through, along
per
after, behind
post
afterwards
postea
adorn, deck
orno (etc.)
overcome, outdo
supero (etc.)
wound (v)
vulnero (etc.)
plough (v)
aro (etc)
put to flight, rout
fugo (etc.)
however
tamen
at last, finally
tandem
so many
tot
then
tum
Greek
Graecus
Roman
Romanus
temple
templum
name, call (v)
apello (etc)
without
sine
at once
statim
under
sub
suddenly
subito
so
tam
plough (n)
aratum
always
semper
if
si
like
sicut
as soon as, the moment that
simulac, simulatque
sleep
somnus
statue
statua
golden
aureus
tired, very tired
defessus
what? how?
quidnam
how?
quo modo
also, too
quoque
gold
aurum
god
deus
Mercury
Mercurius
messenger
nuntius
in front of
pro
near
prope
who, which
quae
although
quamquam
from where
unde
as
ut
besides, moreover, hereafter
praeterea
form, beauty
forma
punishment, penalty
poena
power
potentia
queen
regina
pride, haughtiness
superbia
sadness, sorrow
tristitia
sacrifice, offering, rite
sacrum
word
verbum
sits
sedet
flies
volat
not only...but also
non solum...sed etiam
seven
septem
proud, haughty
superbus
slain
interfectus
annoying
molestus
perpetual, continuous
perpetuus
wherefore, accordingly
quam ob rem
to the purpose, usefully
ob rem
before, in front of, on account of
ob
nowhere
nusquam
some, several
nonnullus
not yet
nondum
sometimes
nonnumquam
and
ac
very, quite, fully
ad modum
neighbor
vicinus
lazy
piger
to drive
agere
to say
dicere
to lead
ducere
to send
mittere