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hactenus, adv
as far as this, so far; hitherto, up to this point
singularis, e
alone, single, individual
praecipuus, a, um
taken before, peculiar, especial, excellent, distinguished
quantum
how much
quantus, a, um
of what size, how great
ingenium, i, n
nature, disposition, temperament, character
operor, operari, operatus sum
to work, labour, be busy
impono, imponere, imposui, impositus
to impose, put upon, establish, inflict, set
profecto, adv
certainly, surety
proficio, proficere, profeci, profectus
to makie, accomplish, set
refello, refellere, refelli
to refute, rebut
priscus, a, um
ancient, early, former
animadverto, animadvertere, animadverti, animadversus
to pay attention to, attend to, observe, judge, estimate
aliquatenus, adv
for a certain time, while, up to a point
congero, congerere, congessi, congestus
to collect, bring together, amass, build, construct
existimo, existimare, existimavi, existimatus
to value, think suppose, estimate, judge
profecto, adv
certainly, surely
deinde, adv
then, next, afterward, thereon, henceforth
obicio, obicere, obieci, obiectus
to throw before, cast; object, oppose; upbraid
doctus, a, um
learned, wise, skilled, experienced
hactenus, adv
as far as this, so far; hitherto, up to this point
singularis, e
alone, single, individual
praecipuus, a, um
taken before, peculiar, especial, excellent, distinguished
quantum
how much
quantus, a, um
of what size, how great
ingenium, i, n
nature, disposition, temperament, character
operor, operari, operatus sum
to work, labour, be busy
impono, imponere, imposui, impositus
to impose, put upon, establish, inflict, set
profecto, adv
certainly, surety
proficio, proficere, profeci, profectus
to makie, accomplish, set
sonitus, us, m
noise, loud sound
nimius, a, um
excessive, too great
taeter, taetra, taetrum
foul, offensive, ugly, disgraceful
amarus, a, um
bitter
vigilia, ae, f
watch, vigil, wakefulness
praeterea, adv
besides, thereafter, in addition
flatus, us, m
blowing, snorting; breeze
dignosco, dignoscere
to discern, distinguish, be able to separate
infimus, a, um
lowest, deepest, vilest, meanest
quemadmodum, adv
in what way, how
letifer, a, um
death-bearing, deadly
deprehendo, deprehendere, deprehendi, deprehensus
to seize, catch; surprise; arrest; intercept; discover, discern, recognize; indicate, reveal
assero, assere, asserui, assertus
to lay hands on, grast; assert, state, allege; free, release; claim, protect
conor, conari, conatus sum
to attempt, try, endeavour
testor, testari, testatus sum
to give as evidence, bear witness
morbus, i, m
sickness, illness, weakness
adicio, adicere, adieci, adiectus
to add, increase, raise, add to (+dat/ad+acc); suggest, hurl
congruens, congruents
agreeing, according, consistent, congruent, corresponding to, similar, matching, appropriate, fitting
separatim, adv
apart, separately
angor, angoris, m
suffocation, choking, anxiety, anguish, vexation
accipio, accipere, accepi, acceptum
to take, receive, accept, hear feel, see
cauma, caumatis, n
the heat
poficio, proficere, profeci, profectus
to make, accomplish, effect
ambo
two
una, adv
together, together with, at the same time
invenio, invenire, inveni, inventus
to come upon, discover, find
reverto, revertere, reverti
to turn back, go back, return
commoro, commorare, commoravi, commoratus
to stop, stay, remain, abid, linger, delay
adsum, adesse, adfui, adfuturus
to be near, be present, arrive, appear
exequia, ae, f
funeral procession (pl)
febris, febris, f
fever, attack of fever
corripio, corripere, corripui, correptus
to seize, grasp, snatch up, sweep off, carry away
auguror, augurari, auguratus sum
to conjecture, surmise, judge
concludo, concludere, conclusi, conclusus
to shut up, confine, contain, limit, close, include, conceal
sacellum, i, n
shrine
cellula, ae, f
cell
edo, edere, edi, esus
to eat, consume, devour
asservo, asservare, asservavi, asservatus
to keep, guard, preserve
deambulatio, onis, f
walk, place for walking
dolus, i, m
deceit, trickery, malice
statuo, statuere, statui, statutus
to set up, establish, set, place
iuro, iurare, iuravi, iuratus
to swear, call to witness, vow obedience to
scrutinium, i, n
search, examination, scrutiny
postulo, postulare, postulavi, postulatus
to demand, claim, require
--, vicis, f
turn, change, exchange, plight, lot
itus, us, m
going, gait, departure
exin, adv
thence, after that, next in order, then, thereafter
ingero, ingerere, ingessi, ingestus
to carry in, throw in, heap, force
mina, ae, f
weight; pl threats, menaces
rubor, ruboris, m
redness, blush, disgrace
procul, adv
at a distance, far off
arrogo, arrogare, arrogavi, arrogatus
to ask, question, claim, make undue claim, arrogate to oneself
formido, formidare, formidavi, formidatus
to dread, fear, be afraid of
latratus, us, m
barking, shouting, brawling
increpo, increpare, increpui, increpitus
to rebuke, chide, reprove
censeo, censere, censui, censitus
to think, suppose, jusge, recommend, vote
relevo, relevare, relevavi, relevatus
to relieve, alleviate, diminish
aegrotus, i, m
sick, diseased man, invalid
antepono, anteponere, anteposui, antepositus
to set before (+dat), place before, prefer, value above
calleo, callere, callui, --
to be calloused, grow hard, have experience, know how, understand
recta, adv
directly, straight
rectus, a, um
right, proper, straight
praeditus, a, um
gifted, provided with
prae, adv
before, in front of, forward
prae +abl
before, in front; in view of, because of
subvenio, subvenire, subveni, subventus
to come to help, assist, rescue
dispertior, dispertiri, dispertitus sum
to divide (up), distribute, assign
prex, precis, f
prayer, request
adhibeo, adhibere, adhibui, adhibitus
to summon, invite, bring in; put, add; use, employ
obsto, obstare, obstavi, obstatus
to oppose, hinder (+dat)
inficior, inficiari, inficiatus sum
to deny, refuse to acknowledge, withhold, disown, repudiate
praeteritus, a, um
past
labes, labis, f
disaster, debacle, fault, defect, blot, stain
mundus, a, um
clean
asto, astare, astiti, --
to stand on/at/by, assist, stand up
pollicitatio, onis, f
promise
quasi
as if, just as if, although, as it were, about
musca, ae, f
fly, gadfly
abdomen, inis, n
abdomen, paunch; gluttony
iuramentum, i, n
oath
astringo, astringere, astrinxi, astrictus
to tie up, bind, fix; oblige, commit
confideo, confidere, confisus sum
to rely on, trust (to), belive, be confident
foedus, a, um
filthy, foul
coniuratio, onis, f
conspiracy, plot, intrigue
ineo, inire, inivi, initus
to enter, undertake, begin, enter upon
propemodum, adv
just about, pretty well
statim, adv
at once, immediately
praesto, adv
at hand, ready
lectulus, i, m
bed, couch
laqueus, i, m
noose, snare, trap
intueor, intueri, intuitus sum
to look at, consider, regard, admire
venor, venari, venatus sum
to hunt
prorsus, adv
forwards, right onward, absolutely, entirely, utterly, in short
scelus, sceleris, n
crime, calamity, sin
vereor, vereri, veritus sum
to revere, respect, fear, dread
stips, stipis, f
small offering
premo, premere, pressi, pressus
to press, press hard, pursue, oppress, overwhelm
suavis, e
agreeable, pleasant, sweet, charming
tenuis, tenuis, tenue
thin, fine, delicate, weak, feeble
depereo, deperire, deperivi, deperitus
to perish, die, be lost
deservio, deservire, deservivi, deservitus
to serve diligently (+dat), be devoted to, be subject to
spelunca, ae, f
cave
lupanar, lupanaris, n
brothel
meretrix, meretricis, f
courtesan, harlot
secessus, us, m
withdrawal, secluded place
conatus, us, m
attempt, effort, endeavour
assumo, assumere, assumpsi, assumptus
to take up, adopt, use
nuper, adv
recently, not long ago, in our own time