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dedico, dedicare, dedicavi, dedicatum
to dedicate, consecrate
traduco, traducere, traduxi, traductum
to bring across, transfer
sors, sortis, f.
fate, chance, lot
factum, i, n.
deed
voveo, vovere, vovi, votum
to vow, pledge (to a god)
fraus, fraudis, f.
deception, trickery
interpretor, interpretari, interpretatus sum
to interpret
spolio, spoliare, spoliavi, spoliatum
to strip, rob, deprive someone (acc) of something (abl)
effigeies, ei, f.
representation, likeness, image
oraculum, i, n.
oracle
forus, i, m.
block of seats, bleachers
elabor, elabi, elapsus sum
to slip down, slide down, escape
operarius, i, m.
workman, laborer
recipio, recipere, recepi, receptum
to receive, accept, seize
consulto
deliberately
exilium, i, n.
exile
permitto, permittere, permisi, permissum
to let go, permit, entrust something (acc) to someone or something (dat)
bona, bonorum, n. pl.
goods, possessions
circumsaepio, circumsaepire, circumsaepsi, circumsaeptum
to fence in, surround
tamquam
as, just as, like
pravus, a, um
bad, incompetent
patior, pati, passus sum
to suffer, endure, allow
colonus, i, m.
settler, farmer
anguis, anguis, m.
snake
faber, fabri, m.
craftsman
ligneus, a, um
wooden
stultitia, ae, f.
stupidity
mortalis, mortalis, m.
mortal, human being
osculor, osculari, osculatus sum
to kiss