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sicut
in the same way as
quicum
with which
dolor, doloris (m)
pain, distress
ludo, -ere, lusi, lusum
play
acquiesco, -ere, acquievi
(acquiescat)
rest, relax, subside
passer, -eris
(m) sparrow or blue rock-thrush
malum, -i
apple
acer, acris, acre
sharp bitter, vehement, intense
ferunt
from fero, ferre; can mean "they say"
sinus, -us
(sinu)
(m) cavity or fold of a garment (old); breast; bosom, refuge; a curved indentation in a coastline such as a bay or gulf
iocor, -ari, atus
joke
appeto, -ere, -ivi, -itum
(appetenti)
try to reach; seek; attack
(attack)
levo, -are
lighten
mordeo, -ere, momordi, morsum
(morsus)
bite
ligo, -are
(ligatam)
tie, bind
tristis, -e
grim, fierce, gloomy; unhappy, sad
lubeo, -ere
(lubet)
to be pleasing
pernix, pernicis
leggy, long legged
diu
for a long time
niteo, -ere (2d)
(nitenti)
to shine, beam, glisten
(shining)
zona, -ae
girdle or belt
ardor, ardoris (m)
conflagration, passion
solvo, -ere, ui, -utum
(soluit)
loosen, untie, dislodge
aureus, a, um
(aureolum - dim)
golden