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omnis

"omnis homo"
all; every

"everyone"
uti / ut

"Ut ita dicam"
that; so that; in order that(with SUBJUNCTIVE)

as; how (with INDICATIVE)

"so to speak"
quidam /quaedam/ quoddam
a certain; some
per

"per omnia"
through; by
(+ACC)
"in all respects"
vero
but; however; indeed
etiam / eciam
also; even
alius; (gen. alterius)

"alii ... alii"
"non aliud ... quam"
other

"some ... others"
"nothing but" OR "no other than" or "only"
enim
enimvero
for; certainly, indeed
nec / neque

"nec ... nec"
and not; nor

"neither...nor"
pro
for; according to
(+ ABL)
quam
as; than; how
primo
first; in the first place
civitas-tatis (f)
city
ne
lest, in order that ... not (before negative purpose clause); not (before SUBJUNCTIVES of command or exhortation)
sub
under; beneath; during (with ABL)

under; beneath (with ACC)
modus

"nullo modo"
measure; maner; way

"in no way"
talis
such
unde
whence; from where; from which (thing/fact/reason); wherewith; the means with which (to do smth in the subjunctive)
caelum /coelum / celum
heaven; sky; climate; weather
super
about; concerning; beyond (+ABL)

above; over; upon (+ACC)
verus
true (adj)

verum = "truth"
aliquis / aliquid
some (one/thing); any (one/thing)
mos, moris (m)

"more (+ gen)"
"moris est"
custom; manner

"in the manner of"
"it is usual"
adhuc
up to this; yet, still
"eo quod"

"pro eo quod"

"in eo quod"
"for this, namely that"

"because"

"inasmuch as"
gaudium
joy
heres, heredis
heir
quicumque
whoever; whatever
scilicet
namely, that is
usque (usque ad)
unto; all the way to; until
mirus -a -um
wonderful; amazing
magis
more; rather
officium
duty; task; office
ordo, ordinis
order; rank; row
praesens
(pres. participle of praesum)
present (in time or place) (ADJ.)
or "the present time"
princeps, principis
prince; chief; captain
quidem

"nec quidem"
indeed (emphasizing the word it follows)

"not even"
valde (adv)
very much; greatly
videlicet
clearly; evidently; namely
communis (adj)
common
consuetudo; consuetudinis (f)
custom
cunctus
all
deinde
then; thereupon
denique
finally
ideo

"ideo ... quia"
therefore

"for this reason... namely that"
iuxta
near to; according to (+ACC)
laetitia (NOUN)

laetus (ADJ)
happiness

happy
licet
it is allowed (as an IMPERSONAL VERB)

although (as a CONJUCTION usually followed by subj.)
longe
far away; (by) far
nemus, nemoris (n)
wood; grove
omnino
altogether; wholly
prae
before; compared to; next to; on account of; for
qualis

"talis ... qualis"
of what sort; what kind of

"such ... as"
salus, salutis (f)
health; wellbeing; salvation
secundum
according to (+ACC)
similis
like similar (+GEN or DAT)
statim
immediately
"in tantum"
"so much" or "to such a degree"
vultus, vultus
face
breviter
shortly
circa
around; about (+ACC)
comes, comitis

"vita comite"
companion; count

"with life a companion" therfore, "as long as I live"
consensus, consensus
agreement; consensus
conspectus, conspectus
sight
deliciae
delights
exercitus, exercitus
army
ferus
wild

(fera (NOUN)= "wild animal")
fortis
strong; brave
fur, furis
thief
huiusmodi
of this kind
ibidem
there; in the same place
iumentum
beast of burden
liberalis (ADJ)
liberal, noble
medius
middle; half

"medium" as noun ="middle"
-met (suffix)

"memetipsum"
-self

"myself"
nimis
very much; exceedingly
nimius
very great; excessive
ops, opis (f)
power, aid
paene / pene
almost; nearly
penitus
thoroughly; utterly
postmodum
afterwards
praecipuus
formost; principal

ADV (praecipue): most of all; especially; chiefly
praedicator, praedicatoris
preacher
quando
when; since
quemadmodum
just as; how
quippe
indeed; inasmuch as; clearly
quomodo
how
regius
royal

"regia" (noun) = palace
saeculum / seculum / saeclum
age; world
unda, undae
water; wave
testis, testis
witness
vere
truly
versus
towards (+ACC)
ac si / acsi
as if
aestivus (ADJ)
of summer
ala, alae
wing
aestus, aestus
burning, seething, heat
aetas, aetatis
age
aliquando
at some time, sometimes
avis, avis (f)
bird
caedes, caedis (f)
slaughter; killing
cervus, cervi
deeer
candidus (ADJ)
white
cinis, cineris
ash
coma, comae (f)
hair; foliage
consortium, consortii
fellowship; company
crimen, crimenis (n)
crime; accusation
demum
at last
dilectio, dilectionis (f)
love
diluculum, diluculi
dawn
"procul dubio"
"without a doubt"
"e contra" / "econtra"
on the contrary
erga
towards, in relation to (+acc)
exercitium, exercitii
exercise
exiguus (ADJ)
small; meager
exitus, exitus
going out; issuing
fax, facis (f)
torch; fire
fere / ferme
almost
foedus (ADJ)
foul
habitaculum
dwelling
Hinc VS. Huc
Hinc: hence, therefore

Huc: hither; to here
(huc usque: "hitherto, thus far")
inde
thence; thereupon; from that
indicium, indicii
sign; token
immo
nay rather; why even
inopia
want; poverty
insuper
in addition; besides
iterum
again
laevus (ADJ)
left
latrocinium, latrocinii
robbery; brigandage
laus, laudis (F)
praise
libitum, libiti (n)
wish, will, whim
mollitia, -ae / mollities, -ei (f)
softness
nex, necis (f)
killing; murder
nullatenus
by no means
"orbis terrarum"
the world
osculum, osculi (n)
kiss
pecus, pecoris (n)
cattle
peritus (ADJ)
skillful; expert
petia / pecia (F)
piece
praeceptum, praecepti
precept; instruction
praedicatio, praedicationis (f)
preaching

"praedictus" and "praefatus" = the foresaid
praeter
besides; except; beyond
probitas; probitatis (f)
goodness; excellence
proelium / praelium -i (n)
battle
proles, prolis (f)
offspring
propositum, -i (n)
plan; intention
proprie (adv)
properly; correctly
quamvis
however much; although
pulvis; pulveris (m)
dust
quapropter
for which reason; wherefore
quilibet / quodlibet
any (thing/one) whatsoever
quisque / quaeque / quodque
whoever / whatever; every
quoddammodo /quod ad modo
in a certain way
quondam / condam
once
reliquus
remaining; the rest
rota, rotae (f)
wheel
semel
once (one time)
sericus (ADJ)
silk
serus (ADJ)
late

(as noun, "serum": "evening";
as adverb, "sero": "late")
siquidem / si quidem
since indeed; indeed
supradictus (ADJ)
above-mentioned
tanquam
just as
utpote
inasmuch as
venia, veniae (F)
pardon
verum
but, however