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colloco
collocare, collocavi, collocatus

-to station; place
condemno
condemnare, condemnavi, condemnatus

-to find...guilty
exspecto
exspectare, exspectavi

-to wait for
muto
mutare, mutavi, mutatus

-to change
obscuro
obscurare, obscuravi, obscuratus

-to cover up
speculor
speculari, speculatus sum

-to watch
vereor
verēri, veritus sum

-to be afraid
audeo
audēre, ausus sum

-to dare
commoveo
commovēre, commovi, commotus

-to move; rouse
fateo
fatēri, fatus sum

-to claim; admit
licet
licēre, licuit

-it is permitted
adduco
adducere, adduxi, adductus

-to prompt; induce
comprehendo
comprehendere, comprehensi, comprehensus

-to seize
cresco
crescere, crevi, cretus

-to increase
erumpo
erumpere, erupti, eruptus

-to break out
obliviscor
oblivisci, oblitus sum

-to forget
recognosco
recognoscere, recognovi, recognitus

-to review; recall
custodio
custodire, custodivi, custoditus

-to guard; watch over
molior
moliri, molitus sum

-to try; attempt
nequitia
nequitiae, f.

-worthlessness
tenebrae
tenebrarum, f. pl.

-darkness
incendium
incendii, n.

-fire
(pl.- arson)
oculus
oculi, m.

-eye
fauces
faucium, f. pl.

-pass (of a mountain)
moenia
moenium n. pl.

-walls
caedes
caedis, f.

-slaughter
coetus
coetus, m.

-a meeting
paries
pariei, m.

-wall
pernicies
perniciei, f.

-destruction
clemens
clementis

-merciful
dissolutus, a, um
-irresponsible
intestinus, a, um
-internal
nefarius, a, um
-unspeakable; wicked
perditus
-lost; corrupt
cotidie
-every day
iam pridem
-long ago
serius
-too late
sicut
-just as
quam die
-as long as