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lēgātus
lēgātī m. legate, envoy;lieutenant
nātus
nātī m. son
dux
ducis m. or f. leader
fīnis
fīnis -ium m. or f. end, limit, boundary;

in pl., territory
genus
generis n. descent, origin;race, stock;kind, sort
labor
labōris m. work;effort, hardship
mōs
mōris m. custom, practice;

in pl. character
nēmō
nēminis m. or f. no one
opus
operis n. work;need
opus est
(idiom) There is a need (+abl or nom)
ōrātiō
ōrātiōnis f. oration, speech
ōrātiōnem habēre
(idiom) to make a speech
ōrātor
ōrātōris m. speaker
pectus
pectoris n. chest, breast;heart
cāsus
cāsūs m. fall;occurrence;chance, misfortune
quīdam, quaedam, quiddam
(indef. pron.) (a) certain person, (a) certain thing
quīdam, quadam, quoddam
(indef. adj.) (a) certain
oppugnārē
first declension. attack
servāre
first declension. save, preserve
stāre
stō, stāre, stetī, statum stand;stand fast, endure
dēlēre
dēleō, dēlēre, dēlēvī, dēlētus destroy
cadere
cadō, cadere, cecidī, cāsum fall, sink;die
nāscī
nāscor, nāscī, nātus sum be born
nōscere
nōscō, nōscere, nōvī, nōtus come to know, learn, recognize

in perfect:know
cognōscere
cognōscō, cognoscere, cognōvī, cognitus

come to know, learn, recognize

in perfect: know
proficīscī
proficīscor, proficīscī, profectus sum set out, set forth
ūtī
ūtor, ūtī, ūsus sum use;experience, enjoy (+abl)
perferre
perferō, perferre, pertulī, perlātus suffer, endure;report
referre
referō;, referre, rettulī, relātus

bring back;report
aequus
aequus - a -um level, even;equitable, just;calm, tranquil
inīquus
inīquus -a -um uneven; inequitable, unjust
honestus
honestus -a -um honorable, respectable
medius
medius - a -um

middle (of)

as subst: midst
apud
(prep. +acc.) at, near;at the house of, in the presence of, among
contrā
(adv.) face to face in opposition;in turn

(prep. +acc) facing;against, contrary to
magnopere
(adv). greatly
quīn
(conj.) introduces relative clause of chharacteristic
quō
rel. adv.

to where, whither
satis or sat
(indeclinable n. subst.) enough

adv. enough sufficiently
ubi
rel. adv. where
unde
(rel. adv.) from where, whence