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basium
basii
n. kiss
beatus
beata, beatum
adj. happy
carta
cartae
f. shset roll of pypyrus
cena
cenae
f. dinner
ceno
cenare, cenavi, cenatus
v. to dine
cupido
cupidinis
m. desire
delicatus
delicata, delicatum
adj. wanton (elegant?)
delicia
deliciae
f. pleasure
doctus
docta, doctum
adj. learned
dolor
doloris
m. pain, distress
dominus
domini domina, dominae
m. or f. master, mistress
dulcis
dulce
adj. sweet
elegans
elegantis
adj. refined
gender independent
explico
explicare, explicavi, explicatum

v. to unroll, to explain
facetiae
facetiarum

f. cleverness, wit
naturally plural
foedus
foederis
n. formal agreement
furtivus
furtiva furtivum
adj. secret, (furtive)
furtum
furti
n. theft, sneaky act
gaudeo
gaudere, gavisus sum

v. to rejoice
hinc
adv. from this place
huc
adv, to this place
iaceo
iacere, iacui, iacitum

v. lie, recline
iacio
iacere, ieci, iactum

v. throw
illinc
adv. from that place
illuc
adv to that place
infacetus
infaceta, infacetum

adj. boorish, clumsy, gauche
invenustus
invenusta, invenustum

adj. unlovely, unattractive
iocor
iocare, iocavi, iocatus
v, joke
iocus
ioci

m. joke
laboriosus
laboriosaa, laboriosum

adj. so much work
laedo
laedere, laesi, laesum

v. to injure
lectus
lecti
m. bed, couch

diminutive
lectulus
lepidus
lepida, lepidum

adj. witty
lepos
leporis

m. charm, grace, wit
ludo
ludere, lusi, lusum
v. play
lugeo
lugere, luxi, luctum

v. mourn
miser
misera, miserum

adj. unhappy
modo
adv. just, only; now
munus
muneris

n. function, duty, gift
nosco
noscere, novi, notum

v. to know
novus
nova, novum

adj. new
nugae
nugarum

f. trivial things
nugatory
odi
odisse, osum

v. to hate
otiosus
otiosa, otiosum

adj. at leisure
passer
passeris

m. sparrow
patronus
patroni patrona, patronae

m. or f. patron
perdo
perdere, perdidi, perditum

v. to ruin, to spoil
perennis
perenne

adj. constant, enduring
gender independent
poema, poematis
n. short poem
pumex
pumicis

m. or f. pumice stone
puto
putare, putavi, putatum
v. think
quantus
quanta, quantuum
adj. how much
quicqumque
quaecumque, quodcumque

adj. whoever
quidam
quaedam, quoddam

indenfinite pronoun
a certain, a particular
quilubet
quaelubet, quidlubet

indefinite pronoun
anything, anyone, whoever or whatever you please
quis
quid

interrogative pronoun
what?
quisnam
quicquam

indenfinite p ronoun
anyone
quisque
quaeque, quidque or quicque

indefinite pronoun
each one
quisquis
quidquid or quicquid

interrogative or indefinite pronoun
whoever, whatever
quivis
quaevis, quidvis

indefnite pronoun
whoever or whatever you wish, anyone, anything
quot
indecllienable adjective

how many
rubeo
rubere

v. be come red
ruber
rubra rubrum

adj. red
sacer
sacra, sacrum

adj. sacred, holy
saeclum
saecli

n. generation
sal
salis

m. salt, wit
salsus
salsa, salsum

adj. salty, witty, clever
simul
adv
at the same time
suavis
suavis

adj agreeable, pleasant
tantus
tanta, tantum

adj. so much, so great
tego
tegere, texi, tectum

v. cover
tenebrae
tenebarum

f. darkness, shade
tenuis
tenue

adj. thin
tot
indeclinable adjective
so many
unde
relative adverb

from which place, whence
urbanus
urbana, urbanum

adj. having city manners, urbane
urbs
urbis

f. city
usque
adv

all the way, continuously, constantly
ventus
venti

m. wind
venustas
venustatis

f. charm, grace, delightfulness
venustus
venusta, venustum

adj. lovely, attractive
vere
adv. truly
vinum
vini
n. wine
vita
vitae
f. life