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aedificium
aedificium,ii n.
building, structure
iniuria
iniuria,-ae f.
injustice, injury, wrong
mulier
mulier, mulieris f.
woman
transitus
transitus,-us m.
passing over, transit, transition
ventus
ventus,-i m.
wind
cupidus
cupidus,-a,-um
desirous, eager, fond
liberalis
liberalis, liberale
of, relating to a free person,
worthy of a free man, decent, liberal, generous
necesse
necessary, inevitable
vetus
vetus, veteris
old
quasi
as if, as it were
ambulo
ambulo(1)
to walk
experior
experior,-periri,-pertus sum
to try, test, experience
libo
libo(1)
to pour a libation of, on; pour ritually, sip, touch gently
oportet
oportet, oportere, oportuit
it is proper, right, necessary
oppugno
oppugno(1)
to fight against, attack, assult, assail
aes
aes, aeris n.
bronze
dominus
dominus,-i m.
master, lord
domina,-ae
mistress, lady
lacrima
lacrima,-ae f.
tear
meta
meta,-ae f.
turning point, goal,limit, boundary
monumentum
monumentum,-i. n.
monument
nasus
nasus,-i m.
nose
saxum
saxum,-i n.
rock , stone
vultus
vultus,-us m.
countenance, face
iustus
iustus,-a,-um
just, right
tot
so many, the same number
praeter
praeter
besides, except, beyond, past
nonne
yes
num
no, whether
omino
wholly, entirely, altogether
postremum
after all, finally, for the last time
quin
indeed, in fact
explico
explico(1) unfold, explain, spread out, deploy
fatigo
fatigo(1) to weary, tire out
for
for, fari, fatus sum
to speak(prophetically), talk, foretell
opinor
opinor, opinari, opinatus sum
to suppose
reperio
reperio, reperire, repperi, repertum
to find, discover, learn, get
vereor
vereor, vereri, veritus sum
to show reverence for, respect, be afraid of, fear