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abhorrero
abhorrere abhorrui

V. to avoid
adulescens
adulescentis gen

adj youthful
adulescentia
adulescentiae

f. youth, adolescence
celebro
celebrare, celebravi, celebratum

v. to attend in large number, to praise
censeo
censere, censui, census

v. to think, assess
commoveo
commovere, commovi, commotus

v. to stir the emotions of, to disturb
communis
commune

adj. common
confitero
confiteri,confessus

v. to confess deponent
corpus
corporis
credo
credere, credidi, creditum

v. to believe
delecto
delectare, delectavi, delectatus

v. to charm, to delight
desidero
desiderare, desideravi, desideratum

v. To desire, want
doctrina
doctrinae

f. Formal teaching, instruction
exerceo
exercere, exercui, exercitus

v. to carry on
exercitus
exercitus

m. army
expeto
expetere, expetivi, expetitus

V. to seek after, desire
fatero
fateri, fassus

V. to confess, acknowledge
fides
fidei

f. faith, confidence
gero
gerere, gessi, gestum

v. to carry on
laus
laudis

f. praise, glory
libellum
lebelli

n. small book
liber
libri

m. book
littera
litterae

f. letter (pl) literature
miror
mirari, miratus

to wonder deponent
parvus
parva, parvum

adj small, insignificant
periculum
periculi

n. danger
praeceptum
praeceptum

n. instruction, precept
praesertim
adv especially
profiteor
profiteri, professus

v. to state openly, declare publicly
quaero
quaerere, quaesivi, quaesitus

v. to search for
quare
(interrog, and rel. adv)
for what reason, wherefore
quidem
particle

indeed certainly
sanctus
sancta, sanctum

adj upright, blessed, scrupulous
scio
scire, scivi, scitum

v. to know
sentio
sentire, sensi, sensus

v. to perceive, feel
sensus
sensus

m. sense (any of the five senses)
soleo
solere, solitus

v. to be accustomed
tabula
tabulae

f. a written document
tribuo
tribuere, tribui, tributus

v. to grant
utor
uti, usus (takes abl)

to use, employ, exploit
verso
versare, versavi, versatum

v. to turn
participle. to be engaged in
vivo
vivere, vixi, victus

v. to live