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dolus
trick
moenia
walls
mos
custon
nuntius
messanger
princeps
emperor, leader
servus
slave
cogo
to force, compell
iubeo
to order, command
malo
to prefer
necesse est
it is necessary
nolo
to not want
postulo
to demand
sino
to allow
veto
to deny, forbid
vivo
to live
volo
to want
ceteri
the rest
celeriter
quickly
fortiter
bravely
quam
as, than
artus
limb, joint
liberi
children
modus
method
orbis
orb, circle
ait
he says
cogito
to think
gaudeo
to rejoice
inquit
he said
nego
to deny
nescio
to not know
ostendo
to demonstrate
puto
to think
respondeo
to respond, answer
spero
to hope
trado
to surrender
cibus
food
crimen
crime
potus
drink
arbitror
to think, judge
conor
to try
fido
to trust
fruor
to enjoy
fungor
to preform
ingredior
to enter
loquor
to speak
moror
to delay
patior
to suffer
potior
to acquire
proficiscor
to depart
sequor
to follow
utor
to use
vescor
to eat
exitium
destruction
ingenium
talent
os, oris
face, mouth
socius
ally
impero
to command
incolo
to inhabit
interficio
to kill
morior
to die
occido
to kill
pateo
to be open
rogo
to ask
vulnero
to wound
maximus
greatest
proximus
nearest
cunctus
whole
idem
the same
ipse
---self
quidam
a certain
eo
to go
abeo
to go away
adeo
to go to
exeo
to exit
ineo
to enter
pereo
to perish
redeo
to go back
subeo
to undergo
transeo
to go across, to cross
fero
to carry, bear
adfero
to carry to
aufero
to carry away
confero
to bring together
infero
to bring in
offero
to offer
refero
to carry back
aequus
even, calm, equal
communis
common
tollo
to raise, lift up
amor
love
canis
dog
culpa
blame, fault
deleo
to destroy
resisto
to resist
gravis
serious
iustus
just
sanctus
sacred
turpis
shameful
uterque
each, both
utilis
useful
facile
easily
longe
by far
modo
only
numquam
never
primo
at first
primum
first
quam
than
aura
breeze
fructus
fruit
gloria
glory
motus
emotion
tellus
weapon, spear
accido
to fall at
adsum
to be present
despero
to despair
floreo
to bloom, flourish
hortor
to urge, encourage
neglego
to neglect
tempero
to bend, refrain
beatus
happy
rectus
straight
an
or
at
but
denique
finally
ne
not
quidem
indeed
utinam
if only
vero
in fact
gladius
sword
iudex
judge
iudicium
judgement
nefas
crime
oppidum
town
poena
penalty
sol
sun
telum
spear, weapon
vinum
wine
appropinquo
to approach
bibo
to drink
tremo
to tremble
civilis
civil
dirus
horrible
talis
such
ut
so that
deinde
then
libere
freely
tot
so many
totiens
so often
appello
to name, call
colo
to cultivate, tend
eripio
to snatch away
fio
to happen, occur
habito
to inhabit
iungo
to join
libero
to free
miror
to wonder
precor
to pray
quaero
to ask, seek
requiro
to search for, ask, inquire
latus
wide
quis, quid
who, what
cur
why
num
whether
quomodo
how
quotiens
how often
statim
immediately
undique
on all sides
apud
among
amicitia
friendship
imperator
general, emperor
ops, opis
power, riches, wealth
philosophia
philosophy
victoria,
victory
conspicio
to observe
metuo
to fear
suscipio
to accept, take up
vereor
to fear
aliquis
someone
certe
certainly
mox
soon
quoque
also, too
simul
at the same time
nisi
if no
sin
but if
pons
bridge, deck of a ship
voluptas
pleasure
commito
to join
convenio
to assemble, gather
probo
to approve of, prove
male
badly
tamquam
as
fas
devine law
nefas
wrong, wickedness
licet
it is allowed
oportet
it is right, it is necessary
mirabilis
wonderful
ante
before, in front
forsitan
perhaps