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arbitror arbitrari arbitratus sum
to judge think
conor conari conatus sum
try attempt
cresco crescere crevi cretum
increase
edgredior egredi egressus sum
to go out
fateor fateri fassus sum
confess admit
hortor hortari hortatus sum
encourage urge
loquor loqui locutus sum
say speak tell
molior moliri molitus sum
work at build undertake plan
morior mori mortuus sum
to die
nascor nasci natus sum
to be born arise spring forth
patior pati passus sum
suffer endure permit
proficiscor proficisci profectus sum
set out start
sedeo sedere sedi sessum
to sit
specto spectare spectavi spectatum
to look at, see
utor uti usus sum
use enjoy experience
foveo fovere fovi fotum
to cherish
ignosco ignoscere ignovi ignotum
to pardon forgive
impero imperare imperavi imperatum
to order command
miror mirari miratus sum
marvel at admire wonder
noceo nocere nocui nocitum
to harm injure
nubo nubere nupsi nuptum
to veil cover marry
parco parcere peperci parsurum
be lenient to, spare
pareo parere parui
be obedient to, obey
persuadeo persuadere persuasi persuasum
make sweet, persuade
placeo placere placui placitum
to please
sapio sapere sapui
to be wise
servio servire servivi servitum
to be a slave, to serve
studeo studere studui
have zeal for, eager for, to study
subrideo subridere subrisi subrisum
to smile down upon
cupido cupidinis
desire, passion
vinculum vinculi
bond chain fetter
cotidie
daily
fortasse
perhaps
accedo accedere accessi accessum
to come to, approach
carpo carpere carpsi carptum
harvest pluck seize
cogo cogere coegi coactum
drive together, force, compel
contundo contundere contudi contusum
beat crush bruise destroy
contemno contemnere contempsi contemptum
despise condemn
curo curare curavi curatum
care for attend to heal cure take care
decerno decernere decrevi decretum
to decree
exigo exigere exegi exactum
to drive out ecact complete perfect
fio fieri factus sum
to occur, happen, be made, be done
oblecto oblectare oblectavi oblectatum
to please amuse deligh pass time pleasantly
oro orare oravi oratum
to speak plead beg beseech entreat
recreo recreare recreavi recreatum
to restore revive refresh cheer
requiro requirere requisivi requisitum
to see ask for miss need require
sereno serenare serenavi serenatum
to make clear cheer up soothe
domus domus
house
humus humi
ground earth soil
rus ruris
countryside
absens absentis
absent away
gratus, a, um
pelasing agreeable
idoneus, a, um
suitable sit appropriate
foris
out of doors
eo ire ii itum
to go
abeo
to go away, depart
adeo
to go to, approach
exeo
to go out, exit
ineo
to go in, enter
obeo
to go up against, meet, die
pereo
to pass away, be destroyed, perish
redeo
to go back, return
interficio
to kill murder
licet licere licuit
it is permitted
peregrinor peregrinari peregrinatus sum
to travel abroad, wander
requiesco requiescere requievi requietum
to rest
soleo solere solitus sum
to be accustomed
dignitas dignitatis
merit prestige dignity
odium odii
hatred
opus operis
work task deed
pes pedis
lower leg, foot
sator satoris
sower planter begetter father founder
mirablilis mirabile
amazing wondrous remarkable
pristinus a um
ancient former previous
sublimis sublime
elevated lofty heroic noble
etsi
although
erga
+ acc, toward
libenter
with pleasure, gladly
impedio impedire impedivi impeditum
to impede hinder prevent
metuo metuere metui
to fear dread

+ dat
queror queri quesrus sum
complain lament
vendo vendere vendidi venditum
to sell
aedificium, aedificii
building structure
iniura, ae
injustice wrong
mulier mulieris
woman
cupidus, a, um
desirous, eager, fond

(+gen, +of)
liberalis, liberale
of, relating to a free person
necesse
necessary, inevitable
vetus veteris
old
quasi
as if, as it were
experior experiri expertus sum
to try test experience
libo
pour a libation on
oportet, oportere, oportuit
it is right, it is proper
orno, ornare, ornavi, ornatus
equip, furnish, adorn
pernocto, are, avi,atus
spend, occupy the night
transeo, ire, ii, irum
to go across, cross, pass over, ignore
aes aeris
bronze
dominus, i
master
lacrima, ae
tear
meta, ae
turning point, goal, limit, boundary
monumentum, i
monument
nasus, i
nose
saxum, i
rock, stone
vultus, us
countenance, face
iustus, a, um
just, right
tot
so many
praeter
besides, except, beyond, past

+acc
nonne
answer = yes
num
answer = no

ind. question = whether
omnino
wholly, entirely, altogether
postremum
after all, finally, for the last time
quin
indeed in fact
explico, are, avi, atus
unfold, explain, spread out deploy
fatigo, are, avi, atus
to weary, tire out
for fari fatus sum
to speak, talk, foretell
opinor opinari opinatus sum
to suppose
reperio reperire repperi repertum
to find, discover, learn, get
vereo vereri veritus sum
to show reverence for, be afraid of,