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otium, -i, nt.
LEISURE, time, idleness
odium, -i, nt.
HATRED, dislke, displeasure
scortum, -i, nt.
prostitute
scortillum, -i, nt.
"chippy little bimbo"
repente (adv)
SUDDENLY
incido, incidere, incidi, incasum
to FALL UPON, fall into; to meet
sermo, sermonis, m.
CONVERSATION, talk; learned discussion
prosum, prodesse, profui (w/ dat.)
to BENEFIT, be useful to
aes, aeris, nt.
MONEY, copper, bronze
unctus, -a, -um
OILED, greasy
unguentum, -i, nt.
OINTMENT, perfume
praesertim (adv)
ESPECIALLY
irrumator, irrumatoris, m.
pervert
nascor, nasci, natus
to BE BORN
illic (adv)
THERE, yonder
comparo, -are, -avi, -atus
to COMPARE; to couple together, to match
frango, frangere, fregi, fractus
to BREAK
cinaedus, -i, m.
sodomite; lewd dancer
inquam (irreg)
to SAY
sodalis, -is, m/f.
COMPANION, friend
utrum... an
WHETHER... OR
utor, uti, usus (w/ Abl.)
to USE, employ; to possess, enjoy
insulsus, -a, -um
TASTELESS, absurd, dull
licet, licere, licuit, licitum est (impersonal)
IT IS PERMITTED