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profanus
-us -a -um
secular, impious, uninitiated
acreo
acreo, arcere, arcui
contain, keep away, spurn
faveo
faveo favere favi fautum
favor, promote, befriend, protect,
delight, give rest to, indulge,
In relig. lang., linguis, rarely linguā, ore, etc., to speak good words or to abstain from evil words, hence keep still, be silent
latus
-us -a -um
broad, wide,
proud, swelling,
defuse, detailed, copious,
supercilium
supercilium -ii, n
eyebrow, nod
ordino
1st
set in order, arrange, dispose, adjust, regulate,
draw up in order of battle, narrate the history of public events,
rule, govern, appoint to office, ordain as a priest or pastor
arbustum
arbustum, -i, n
wood, plantation, trees
sulcus
sulcus, -i, m
a furrow, trench, track
petitor
petitor, -oris, m
seeker, candidate
sortior
sortior, sortiri, sortitus sum
cast lots over, choose
insignis
insignis, -e
distinguished, by a mark; remarkable, noted, eminent, distinguished, prominent, extraordinary, notorious, illustrious
capax
capax, -is
spacious, capable
destringo
destringo -ere, -strinxi, -strictum
strip off, scrape lightly, draw or unsheathe
elaboro
1st
stive, work out, develp, perfect
agrestis
agrestis, -e
of the country, rustic, rural
fastidio
fastidio, fastidire, fastidivi, fastiditum
show aversion to, scorn
tumultuosus
-us -a -um
full od commotion, turbulent
sollicito
1st
rouse, excite, shake up, disturb with repeated attacks
impetus
impetus -us m
attack, onset, rapid motion
verbero
1st
beat, lash
grando
grando, -inis, f
hail
vinae
vinae -ae, f
vineyard
mendax
mendax, -is
lying, false
culpo
1st
blame
torreo
torreo, torrere, torrui, tostum
burn, parch
iniquus
-us -a -um
uneven, unfavorable, treacherous, discontented
iacio
iacio, iacere, ieci, iactum
throw, cast, hit, establish, build, found, lay foundations,
send forth, emit, throw away, scatter, sow, project (as a shadow),
throw out in speaking, let fall, intimate, utter, mention, declare
moles
moles, -is, f
mass, bulk, massive structure
caementum
caementum, -i, n
small stones, rubble
redemptor
redemptor, -oris, m
contractor
famulus
famulus, -i, m
servant, attendant, slave
fastidiosus
-us -a -um
critical, exacting, disdainful
eodem
to the same place
quo
where, for what purpose
aeratus
-us -a -um
made of or fitted with bronze or brass
purpura
purpura -ae, f
shellfish yielding a purple dye, the purple dye from the shellfish, purple-dyed cloth, purple
delenio
delenio, delenire, delenivi, delenitum
soothe
costum
costum, -i, n
an aromatic plant
postis
postis, -is, m
door-post, door
ritus
ritus -us m
ritual, custom, manner, style
molior
molior, moliri, molitum
labor at, build
operosus
-us, -a, -um
toilsome, laborious, painstaking, industrious
exigo
exigo, exigere, exegi, exactum
drive out, expell, demand, require, examine, require, go, pass beyond, dispose of, sell,
claim, lead, spend, pass, finish, complete,
conduct, urge forward, superintend, drive, conclude,
determine, assertain, find out, weigh, try, prove, measure, examine, adjust, estimate, consider, execute,
treat, consult, deliberate, judge, endure, undergo,
hence exactus: precise, accurate, exact
situs
situs, -us, m
site
and
situs -us m
deterioration, neglect
pyramis
pyramis, -midis, f
pyramid
imber
imber, -bris, m
rain, rain shower, water
edax
edax, -cis
greedy, devouring, destructive
Aquilo
Aquilo, Aquilonis m
the north wind
diruo
diruo, diruere, dirui, dirutum
cause to fall in ruin, demolish
usque
continuously, continually, all the way
qua
where
obstrepo
obstrepo, obstrepere, obstrepui, obstrepitum
make a loud noise, roar, drown by louder noise
humilis
humilis, -e
humble, low
neut subst. low position
masc. subst. humble person
modus
modus -i, m
limit, way, rhythmic pattern, verse, pl. poetry