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candidos: candidas
bright, gleaming white
renidet: renidere
grin, smirk
usque quaque
on every possible occasion
rei: reus
defendant
ventum est
people have arrived
subsellium
bench (for prisoner in court)
orator
speaker (in court), pleader
fletum: fletus
weeping, tears
lugetur
mourning is taking place
orba: orbus
bereaved
flet: flere
weep for
unicum: unicus (filius)
one and only (son)
quidquid est
whatever is happening
ubicumque
wherever
urbanum: urbanus
refined; city dweller
quare
therefore
pinguis
plump
quibilet
anyone at all
puriter
decently, with pure water
nollem
I would not want
inepto: ineptus
silly
adloquor
adloqui
adlocutus sum
speak to, address
aetas, aetatis
age, time
caecus
caeca
caecum
blind, invisible
dens, dentis
tooth
longe
far, a long way
lugeo, lugere, luxi, luctum
lament, mourn
memini, meminisse
remember
mollis, mollis, molle
soft
nec (neque)
and not, nor
nec ... nec
neither nor
nequiquam
in vain
pius, pia, pium
good, pious, dutiful
quicumque, quodcumque
whoever, whatever
sidus, sideris
star
vires, virium
strength
quisquis, quidquid
whoever, whatever
aequora: aequor
sea
vectus: vehi
be carried, travel
inferias: inferiae
tribute to the dead
postremo: postremus
last
munere: munus
gift
mutam: mutus
silent
(ut) adloquerer
(so that) I might speak to
quandoquidem
seeing that, since
mihi
from me
indigne
unfairly
adempte: ademptus
taken away
haec
these things, these gifts
prisco ... more
by the ancient custom
parentum: parentes
ancestors, forefathers
tristi munere
as a sad gift
multum manantia
drenched
ave atque vale
hail and farewell