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ingenium
ingenium, -i, n.
1. natural ability, talent

"Si quid est in me ingeni"
"if there is anything of talent in me"
iudex
iudex, iudicis, m.
1. juror, one appointed to decide a case
sentio
sentio, sentire, sensi, sensus
1. to realize, perceive

"sentio quam sit exiguum"
"I realize how slight it is"
exiguus
exiguus, -a, -um
1. small, scanty, slight, insignificant

"sentio quam sit exiguum"
"I realize how slight it is"
exercitatio
exercitatio, exercitationis, f.
1. practice, experience

"si qua exercitatio dicendi"
"if (there is) any experience to be spoken of"
infitior
infitior, infitiari, infitiatus
1. to deny

"me non infitior mediocriter esse versatum"
"I do not moderately deny that I am engaged in"
mediocriter
mediocriter, adv.
1. somewhat, moderately

"me non infitior mediocriter esse versatum"
"I do not moderately deny that I am engaged in"
verso
verso, -are, -avi, -atum
1. to turn
pass: to be engaged in

"me non infitior mediocriter esse versatum"
"I do not moderately deny that I am engaged in"
ratio
ratio, rationis, f.
1. (w/ gen) a methodology, strategy, or system
2. a professional ethic directing one's actions

"ratio aliqua ... profecta"
ars
ars, artis, f.
1. art, skill
2. (pl) cultural pursuits, liberal studies

"ab optimarum artium studiis ac disciplina"
studium
studium, -i, n.
1. (w/ gen) study (of something)
2. intellectual pursuit

"ab optimarum artium studiis ac disciplina"
disciplina
disciplina, -a, f.
1. formal instruction, training

"ab optimarum artium studiis ac disciplina"
proficiscor
proficiscor, proficisci, profectus
1. to set forth, derive (from a source, etc)

"ration aliqua ... profecta"
confiteor
confiteor, confiteri, confessus
1. to confess, admit

"ego ... confiteor ... abhorruisse"
aetas
aetas, aetatis, f.
1. the span of one's life
2. a lifetime

"nullum ... aetatis mea tempus"
abhorreo
abhorreo, abhorrere, abhorrui
1. to be adversed to (w/ a + abl)

~ "confiteor tempus abhorruisse a qua"
fructus
fructus, -us, m.
1. fruit
2. profit, benefit, reward

"fructum a me repetere ... debet"
repeto
repeto, repetere, repetivi (-ii), repetitus
1. to seek in return

"fructum a me repetere ... debet"
prope
prope, adv.
1. almost, nearly, all but

"prope suo iure"
ius
ius, iuris, n.
1. (w/ poss adj) one's right, what one is entitled to

"prope suo iure"
debeo
debeo, debere, debui, debitus
1. (w/ inf) to be under obligation (to do something)

"prope suo iure"