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adeo
to such a degree
3.p1.2
adipiscor, adipisci, adeptus sum
gain, secure, win, obtain; arrive at,
3.p2.2
alterutro
with each other (they confuse cause and effect)
delectatio, delectationis N F
delight; (source of) delight/pleasure/enjoyment/amusement;
3.p2.9
diffluo, diffluere, diffluxi, diffluctus V
waste/wear/melt away; dissolve
3.p2.7
festino, festinare, festinavi, festinatus V
hasten, hurry;
3.p2.6
indigeo, indigere, indigui, - V
need, lack, require
3.p2.5
solamen, solaminis N N
source of comfort, solace
3.p1.2
falx, falcis N F
sickle. scythe;
3m1.3
rubus, rubi N M
bramble, briar; prickly shrub;
3m1.3
filix, filicis N F
fern, bracken;
3m1.3
apes, apis N F
bee
3m1.5
habena, habenae N F
thong, strap; whip; halter; reins
3m2.1
argutus, arguta -um,
melodious, clear (sounds), ringing; eloquent;
3m2.6
fidis, fidis N F
lyre; chord, instrument string; constellation Lyra; stringed instrument
3m2.6
gesto, gestare, gestavi, gestatus
wear; bear, carry;
3m2.8
esca, escae N F
food, meat; a dish prepared for the table; victuals
3m2.9
trux, (gen.), trucis ADJ
wild, savage, fierce;
3m2.9
reses, (gen.), residis ADJ
calm, inactive, idle, sluggish;
3m2.12
nodus, nodi N M
knot; node;
3m2.14
domitor, domitoris N M
tamer, breaker; subduer, vanquisher, conqueror;
3m2.16
lacer, lacera, lacerum ADJ
mangled, torn, rent, mutilated; maimed, dismembered;
3m2.15
ales, alitis
bird
3m2.18
inlino, inlinere, inlevi, inlitus
smear over; anoint;
3m2.19
daps, dapis N F
feast, banquet; food composing it
3m2.20
artum, arti N N
tight; narrow/tight space
3m2.22
textum, texti N N
web; woven fabric, cloth; framework, web;
3m2.22
salio, salire, salui, saltus
leap, jump; move suddenly/spasmodically
3m2.22
susurro, susurrare,
whisper, hum, buzz, murmur;
3m2.26
pronus, prona, pronum
leaning forward; prone;
3m2.28
esurio, esurire, esurivi, esuritus
be hungry, hunger; want to eat, desire food;
3p3.17
pecuniosus, pecuniosa, pecuniosum
rich, wealthy; profitable;
3p3.18
penitus ADV
completely; deep within; thoroughly;
3p3.18
onero, onerare, oneravi, oneratus
load, burden; oppress
3m3.3
baca, bacae N F
berry
3m3.3
rus, ruris N N
farm, country
3m3.4
centeno bove
w/ 100 oxen
3m3.4
mordax, (gen.), mordacis ADJ
biting, cutting, sharp
3m3.5
nequitia, nequitiae N F
wickedness; idleness; negligence; worthlessness;
3p4.2
struma, strumae N F
scrofulous tumor; boil
3p4.2
adicio, adicere, adjeci, adjectus
add, increase, raise; add to (DAT/ad+ACC)
3p4.3
inclaresco, inclarescere, inclarui, - V
gain fame; be illuminated; become bright/evident/clear; become loud or famous/notorious;
3p4.3
scurra, scurrae N M
fashionable idler, man about town, rake; professional buffoon, comedian/clown;
3p4.4
praeditus, praedita, praeditum
gifted; provided with
3p4.6
abjectus, abjecta -um,
base, sordid, vile; humble, low, common, mean
3p4.9
commaculo, commaculare, commaculavi, commaculatus
stain deeply, pollute, defile; contaminate,
3p4.10
adnecto, adnectere, adnexui, adnexus
tie on/to, tie up (ship); bind to; fasten on;
3p4.13
vanesco, vanescere, -, - V
vanish, fade, disappear;
3p4.13
ilico ADV
on the spot; immediately;
3p4.13
praetura, praeturae
praetorship
3p4.15
census, census N M
wealth/property; estate valuation/appraisal; tax
3p4.15
sarcina, sarcinae N F
load, burden; pack, bundle,
3p4.15
nedum
much less
3p4.17
ostrum, ostri N N
purple dye; purple color; material/garment/anything that has been dyed purple;
3m4.1
como, comere, comsi, comtus
arrange/do (hair); adorn, make beautiful; embellish; arrange in order, set out;
3m4.2
lapillus, lapilli
precious stone, gem, jewel;
3m4.2
verendus, verenda, verendum
that is to be regarded with awe or reverence;
3m4.5
tendo, tendere, tetendi, tentus
stretch/spread/extend; distend;
3p5.4
impero, imperare, imperavi, imperatus
order, command, levy; rule (over) (w/DAT);
3p5.5
aculeus, aculei
sting, spine, thorn, prickle, point, spike;
3p5.7
prosterno, prosternere, prostravi, prostratus
knock over, lay low; strike down,
3p5.9
arbitrium, arbitri(i) N N
choice, judgment, decision; sentence; will,
3p5.10
ruituros
about to fall headlong
3p5.11
concilio, conciliare, conciliavi, conciliatus
win over, attract; acquire, procure; nite, bring together/about;
3p5.12
domo, domare, domui, domitus
subdue, master, tame; conquer;
3m5.2
conquiro, conquirere, conquisivi, conquisitus
seek out; hunt/rake up; investigate; collect;
3p6.3
stimulus, stimuli
spur/goad; trap/spike in earth; prick/sting
3m7.2
implicitus, implicita, implicitum
entangled, confused, obscure; implicated, involved;
3p8.2
vilesco, vilescere, vilui, -
become worthless/bad/vile
3p8.4
obnoxius, obnoxia, obnoxium
exposed, vulnerable, liable, guilty
3p8.5
dego, degere, degi, -
spend/pass (time); spend/bide one's time in;
3p8.6
nitor, nitoris N M
splendor; brilliance; elegance, style, polish;
3p8.9
fugax, (gen.), fugacis ADJ
flying swiftly; swift;
3p8.9
triduanae
lasting 3 days
3p8.11
hactenus
to this extent; to this point
3p9.1
deinceps
next
3p9.1
rimula, ae
chink, crack
3p9.3
obrepo, obrepere, obrepsi, obreptus
creep up on/approach unawares/unobserved; sneak/drop in;
3p9.14
discrepo, discrepare, discrepui, discrepatus
be out of tune; disagree, differ;
3p9.15
recondo, recondere, recondidi, reconditus
hide, conceal; put away;
3p9.18
ratiocinor, ratiocinari
argue, confer
3p9.21
unumquodque
each one
3p9.21
vestigo, vestigare, vestigavi, vestigatus
track down, search for; search out;
3p9.23
caducus, caduca, caducum ADJ
tottering/unsteady; falling, fallen; doomed; perishable; futile; property
3p9.29
sator, satoris N M
sower, planter; founder, progenitor
3m9.2
livor, livoris N M
bluish discoloration (produced by bruising, etc); envy, spite;
3m9.6
absolvo, absolvere, absolvi, absolutus
free (bonds), release; complete
3m9.9
glomero, glomerare, glomeravi, glomeratus
collect, amass, assemble; form into a ball;
3m9.15
meo, meare, meavi, meatus
go along, pass, travel;
3m9.16
currus, currus N M
chariot, light horse vehicle; triumphal chariot; triumph; wheels on plow; cart;
3m9.19
cassus, cassa, cassum
hollow/empty/devoid of, lacking; useless/fruitless/vain;
3p10.2
imminutione
reduction, diminution
3p10.3
perhibeo, perhibere, perhibui, perhibitus
call, describe; present, give, bestow; regard, hold; name;
3p10.3
effetus, effeta, effetum ADJ
exhausted of fertility; exhausted, worn out;
3p10.5
refragor, refragari, refragatus sum
oppose + dat. (candidate/interests); act to disadvantage of;
3p10.14
porisma, porismatis N N
deduction
3p10.33
invicem ADV
in turn; by turns; reciprocally/mutually;
3p10.33
alioquin
otherwise
3p10.34