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possum, posse, potui, irreg. intr.
am able, can
adversus, -a, -um: w/ dat.
facing (towards), unfavorable
proximus, a, um (adj).
nearest, next
jam, adv.
already, now (at that time)
primum, adv.
first
paro, are, avi, atum (1)
prepare, get ready
timeo, timere, timui, (2) tr. w/inf.
fear, am afraid
paratus, a, um (adj) w/ ad or inf.
prepared(for), ready
contendo, contendere, contendi (3) intr; w/ inf.
strive, contend, hasten
constituo, constituere, constitui, constitutus (3) tr. w/inf.
place, set up, decide, determine
consuevi, consuetus (3) tr. and intr. w/inf.
have accustomed, have become accustomed, am accustomed
sententia, ae. f.
opinion, vote
regio, regionis. f.
region
omnino, adv.
at all, altogether, in all
jubeo, jubere, jussi, jussus (3) tr. w/inf.
order, command
oportet, oportere, oportuit (2) intr; acc. w/ inf.
it behooves
timor, timoris. m.
fear
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terra, -ae. f.
earth, land
porta, -ae. f.
gate
Maria, -ae. f.
Mary
nauta, -ae. m.
sailor
victoria, -ae. f.
victory
silva, -ae. f.
forest
gloria, -ae. f.
glory
non, adv.
not
provincia, -ae. f.
province
servus, -i. m.
servant, slave
filius, -i. m.
son
Deus, -i. m.
God
amicus, -i. m.
friend
Christus, Christi. m.
Christ
Christianus, -i. m.
christian
et, conj.
and
bellum, i. n.
war
caelum, i. n.
sky, heaven
regnum, -i. n.
kingdom, royal power
praemium, -i. n.
reward
periculum, -i. n.
danger
imperium, -i. n.
command, power, empire
gladius, -i. m.
sword
sed, conj.
but
oppidum, -i. n.
town
Gallia, -ae. f.
Gaul, France
Gallus, -i. m.
a Gaul, a person from Gaul
Romanus, -i. m.
Roman
Roma, -ae. f.
Rome
propter, prep. w/acc.
on account of
cum, prep. w/abl
with
post, prep. w/acc
after, behind
in, prep. w/abl
in, on
quod, conj.
because
itaque, conj.
therefore, and so