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rêgius, -a, -um
royal, king's
custôdia, -ae (f)
watch, custody, prison
alveus, -î
basket
circâ
around, nearby
cursus, -us (m)
running, course, path
flectô, flectere, flexî, flexum
to turn, go, change
pâstor, pâstôris (m)
shepherd
êducô
to bring up, educate
latrô, latrônis (m)
robber
dîvidô, dîvidere, dîvîsî, dîvîsum
to force apart, divide, distribute
ob
on account of, because of
incûsô
to reproach, accuse, complain
supplicium, -î
punishment
dêdô, dêdere, dêdidî, dêditum
to hand over, surrender, give up
iussû
by the order (of)
expono, exponere, exposuî, expositum
to set out, expose, explain
geminus, -a, -um
twin, double
comparô
to compare, couple, match
aetâs, aetâtis (f)
age, time of life
nepôs, nepôtis (m)
grandson
restituô, restituere, restituî, restitûtum
to bring back, restore
dêcernô, dêcernere, dêcrêvî, dêcrêtum
to determine, decide, settle
augurium, -î
a sign of divine will, augury (the science of interpreting the will of the gods from the flight of birds)
ûtor, ûtî, ûsus sum
to use, practice
postulô
to demand
trânsiliô, trânsilîre, trânsiluî
to jump over
pereô, perîre, periî,peritum
to perish, die
mûniô
to build, fortify, protect
însigne, însignis (n)
insignia, mark, token
fînitimus, -a, -um
neighboring
profugiô, profugere, profûgî
to flee, flee to
fîrmus, -a, -um
firm, stable, strong
cîvitâs, cîvitâtis (f)
citixenship, state
pâr, paris
equal
cônûbium, -î (n)
marriage, right of marriage
societâs, societâtis (f)
alliance
benignus, -a, -um
kind
spernô, spernere, sprêvî, sprêtum
to scorn, reject
statuô, statuere, statuî, statûtum
to set up, determine, decide
coniûnx, coniugis
spouse, shusband, wife
hospitium, -î
hospitality, rules of hospitality
spês, speî (f)
hope
indignâtiô, indignâtiônis (f)
anger, indignation, sense of injury
superbia, -ae (f)
pride, arrogance
iniûria, -ae (f)
wrongdoing, injustice, insult, injury
concitô
to stir up, rouse
arx, arcis (f)
citadel, fortress
dolus, -î (m)
trick
înferô,înferre, intulî, illâtum
to bring in, carry in
sêdês, sêdis (f)
seat, home
cûria, -ae (f)
curia (a political unit)
trîgintâ
thirty
exercitus, -ûs (m)
army
proximus, -a, -um
nearest, closest
alloquor, alloquî, allocûtus sum
to speak to
nûntio
to announce, report
orbis, orbis (m)
circle, globe
orbis terrârum
the world, universe
proinde
consequently, accordingly, therefore
rês mîlitâris, reî mîlitâris (f)
the art of war, military science