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abeo, -ire, -ii (ivi), -itus
go away, depart
adversus, -a, -um
opposite, hostile, adverse
alienus, -a, -um
belonging to another, strange, out of place
amitto, -ere, -misi, -missus
let go, lose
aperio, -ire, -ui, apertus
open
causa, -ae
cause, reason
f
causa
for the sake of (proceeded by genitive)
cottidie or cotidie
daily
decorus, -a, -um
fitting, suitable; handsome
desum, deesse, defui
be missing, fail (+ dat.)
disco, -ere, didici
learn
frustra
in vain
infirmus, -a, -um
weak, unhealthy
instituo, -ere, -ui, utus
set (up), establish, arrange
interest, -esse, -fuit
it is of importance, it concerns, it is of interest
labor, labi, lapsus sum
slip, glide, fall
lex, legis
law
f
libenter
freely, willingly, gladly
licet, -ere, -uit (licitum est)
it is permitted
miseret, -ere, uit (miseritum est)
it pities, it moves to pity
necesse
necessary
oportet, -ere, -uit
it is necessary, it is proper
paenitet, -ere, -uit
it repents
piget, -ere, -uit (pigitum est)
it disgusts
pudet, -ere, -uit (puditum est)
it shames
refert, -ferre, -tulit
it is of importance
scriptor, -oris
writer
m
sto, stare, steti, status
stand
studiosus, -a, -um
fond of, partial to, studious (+ gen.)
sustineo, -ere, -tinui, -tentus
support, maintain
taedet, -ere, -uit (taesum est)
it bores, it disgusts
utilis, -e
useful, beneficial
vel
or
vel...vel
either...or
vetus, -eris
old
violo
do violence to, break (an agreement, the law)