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tueor, tueri, tuitus sum
watch over, protect
ulciscor, ulcisci, ultus sum
avenge, take revenge on, take vengeance
sepelio, sepelire, sepelivi, sepultum
bury
repente
suddenly
propter (+ACC)
because of
pectus, pectoris, n.
chest, breast, heart
orbis terrarum
world
orbis, orbis, m.
globe, circle
opto, optare, optavi, optatum
pray for, long for, choose, select
nego, negare, negavi, negatum
deny, say...not
magistratus, magistratus, m.
elected government official
lumen, luminis, n.
light
iuxta (+ACC)
next to
desiderium, desiderii, n.
loss, longing
effero, efferre, extuli, elatum
bring out, carry out, carry away, bury
bona, bonorum, n. pl.
goods, property
assidue
continually, normally, usually
aggredior, aggredi, agressus sum
assail, attack, make an attempt on
nudatus, nudata, nudatum
bared, naked
prosequor, prosequi, prosecutus sum
follow, escort
passus, passa, passum
loose, dishevelled
funus, funeris, n.
funeral, funeral procession
vulgaris, vulgaris, vulgare
common, ordinary
plango, plangere, planxi, planctum
beat
in conspectu frequentiae
in view of the crowd
vir, viri, m.
man, husband
evoco, evocare, evocavi, evocatum
draw out, call out
ad spectaculum sui
to gaze on her
pudicitia, pudicitiae, f.
chastity, virtue, purity
univira, univirae, f.
a woman who has had only one husband
conditorium, conditorii, n.
tomb
defunctus, defuncta, defunctum
dead
afflicto, afflictare, afflictavi, afflictatum
torture
inedia, inediae, f.
starvation
persequor, persequi, persecutatus sum
pursue
abduco, abducere, abduxi, abductum
lead away, divert
propinquus, propinqui, n.
relative
ultimo
at last
repello, repellere, reppuli, repulsum
repel, push back, rebuff
compluratus, complorata, comploratum
lamented
singularis, singularis, singulare
unique
alimentum, alimenti, n.
food
traho, trahere, traxi, tractum
drag, draw on, urge on, draw, derive, claim
affulgeo, affulgere, affulsi
shine
confiteor, confiteri, confessus sum
admit
cruce affigere
nail to a cross, crucify
secundus, secunda, secundum
second
secundum (+ACC)
in accordance with; next to; after
casula, casulae, f.
tomb, little house
recens, recens, recens, gen. recentis
recent
cadaver, cadaveris, n.
corpse
defleo, deflere, deflevi, defletum
weep over
asservo, asservare, asservavi, asservatum
watch over
sepultura, sepulturae, f.
burial
noto, notare, notavi, notatum
notice
clarius
quite plainly
vitio gentis humanae
with human weakness (with a weakness of the human race)
concupio, concupere, concupii, concupitum
want
mulier, mulieris, f.
woman
monstrum, monstri, n.
prodigy
infernus, inferna, infernum
infernal
imago, imaginis, f.
image, picture, bust, death mask; reflection
turbo, turbare, turbavi, turbatum
disturb, agitate, confound, disorder, throw into confusion
subsisto, subsistere, substiti
halt, stop, stay; encounter, face
considero, considerare, consideravi, consideratum
look at closely
unguis, unguis, m.
claw, nail
reor, reri, ratus sum
think
scilicet
obviously, evidently
exstinguo, exstinguere, exstinxi, exstinctum
exstinguish, put out, destroy
cenula, cenulae, f.
little supper, snack
supervacuus, supervacua, supervacuum
useless
exitus, exitus, m.
way out, escape; death, end
domicilium, domicilii, n.
dwelling-place
exulcero, exulcerare, exulceravi, exulceratum
make sore
sanitas, sanitatis, f.
health
lacero, lacerare, laceravi, laceratum
beat, tear, tear apart
recedo, recedere, recessi, recessum
withdraw
exhortatio, exhortationis, f.
encouragement
muliercula, mulierculae, f.
little woman, poor woman
quid proderit?
what good will it do?
solvo, solvere, solvi, solutum
loosen, untie, cast off; destroy
indemnatus, indemnata, indemnatum
unsentenced, uncondemned
spiritus, spiritus, m.
breathing, spirit
abstinentia, abstinentiae, f.
fasting
siccus, sicca, siccum
dry, thirsty
patior, pati, passus sum
suffer, endure, allow
pertinacia, pertinaciae, f.
obstinacy, determination
repleo, replere, replevi, repletum
replenish
impetro, impetrare, impetravi, impetratum
obtain
deformis, deformis, deforme
ugly, inelegant
infecundus, infecunda, infecundum
ineloquent
castus, casta, castum
chaste, pure
utrumque
on both counts
una
with him, together
cruciarius, cruciarii, m.
one who is crucified
laxo, laxare, laxavi, laxatum
relax, slacken
custodia, custodiae, f.
prisoner; guard, watch; custody
expono, exponere, exposui, expositum
unload; set out, explain; expose
supremo...officio
last rites
ius dicere
pronounce judgment
ignavia, ignaviae, f.
inactivity
minus
less
pudicus, pudica, pudicum
chaste, virtuous
misericors, misericors, misericors, gen. misericordis
tender-hearted, full of pity
nec istud...dii sinant!
heaven forbid! (literally: may the gods not allow it)
impendo, impendere, impendi, impensum
spend, make use of
secundum (+ACC)
in accordance with; next to; after
arca, arcae, f.
strong-box, chest, coffin
vaco, vacare, vacavi, vacatum
be unoccupied, be empty
ingenium, ingenii, n.
character, inclination, talent, idea
ratio, rationis, f.
reason; accounting; procedure, manner
orbo, orbare, orbavi, orbatum
orphan
solitudo, solitudinis, f.
lonely place, wilderness
remaneo, remanere, remansi, remansum
stay behind, remain
efflagito, efflagitare, effagitavi, efflagitatum
demand justice
investigo, investigare, investigavi, investigatum
investigate
subsidium, subsidii, n.
help
ornamentum, ornamenti, n.
jewel
margaritum, margariti, n.
pearl
detraho, detrahere, detraxi, detractum
pull down, take off
subinde
regularly
familia, familiae, f.
household, household servants
nummus, nummi, m.
sesterce coin, money
fructus, fructum, m. pl.
provisions; effects, consequences
adversarius, adversarii, m.
enemy
locupleto, locupletare, locupletavi, locupletatum
enrich
paco, pacare, pacavi, pacatum
pacify, make peaceful
res publica
the republic (i.e. republican government, which Augustus, the first Roman emperor, claimed to have restored)
contingo, contingere, contigi, contactum
touch, affect; happen, fall to one's lot
sors, sortis, f.
lot, fate, one's lot
invideo, invidere, invidi, invisum (+DAT)
envy, be jealous of, begrudge, cast an evil eye
ultra
beyond, father, over, more, besides, in addition
labor, labi, lapsus sum
fall, glide; pass by, slide by
evanesco, evanescere, evanui
vanish, die away
fecunditas, fecunditatis, f.
fertility
orbitas, orbitatis, f.
childlessness
depono, deponere, deposui, depositum
put down, take off, give up, abandon
divortium, divortii, n.
divorce
eloquor, eloqui, elocutus sum
speak out
fecundus, fecunda, fecundum
fertile, rich
futurus, futura, futurum
future
pro (+ABL)
in front of, for, in return for, as, instead of, in accordance with
habeo, habere, habui, habitum
have, regard, consider
fatear necessest
I must confess (it is necessary that I confess)
exardesco, exardescere, exarsi, exarsum
be inflamed, blaze up
excesserim mente
lost control (went out of my mind)
exhorresco, exhorrescere, exhorrui
be horrified
conatus tuos
what you tried to do (your attempts)
sibi reddi
be restored to one's senses, be restored to oneself
fuerit
would there have been
propterea
for that reason
fidem exuere
break one's word
dubius, dubia, dubium
uncertain, doubtful
quid plura?
why say more?
permaneo, permanere, permansi, permansum
stay
dedecus, dedecoris, n.
disgrace
infelicitas, infelicitatis, f.
unhappiness
contigit nobis ut
it was our good fortune that
perduco, perducere, perduxi, perductum
to draw out, lengthen, prolong, continue, bring, carry, guide
praecurro, praecurrere, praecucurri, praecursum
go on ahead, run ahead
delego, delegare, delegavi, delegatum
assign, bequeath
luctus, luctus, m.
grief
flecto, flectere, flexi, flexum
bend, turn
iustius erat
it would have been fairer, more proper
sensus, sensus, m.
feeling, sense
monita, monitorum, n. pl.
advice
di manes
the spirits of the dead