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quondam
adverb- once
avis, avis
nird
pars, partis
part, side, direction
amicus/a/um
friendly
ita accidit
and so it happened
plurimus/a/um
very many
evenire
to turn out
omne, omnis (n)
omen
somnus- i
sleep, dream
opprimere
to overcome, oppree
accedere
to come to
monere
to warn, advise
petere
SAAB
seek; ask; aim; attack; beg
ei qui
those who
valere
to be well, be strong
Aesculapius- i
god of medicine
utilis, e
useful
SUPERLATIVE
pontifex, -icis
(M)
priest
colere
to worship
idem/eadem/idem
IS-EA-ID + DEM= the same
munus, eris
(N)
duty, game, gift
efficere
=facere
to make
gravis,e
severe, serious
poena,ae
punishment, penalty
dare poenam
to PAY the penalty
facilis,e
easy
manere
to remain, stay
sepultura, ae
burial
iter facere
to make a journey
durus/a/um
hard, harsh, tough
cogere
to force
apparere
to apper
Regillensem
battle at Lake Regillus
Castor and Pollux said to have shown up in Rome
novus/a/um
new, recent, strange
inimicus/a/um
unfriendly, hostile
inimicus,i
enemy
NOUN
sacer, sacra, sacrum
sacred
fortis,-e
brave
acer, acris, acre
sharp, fierce
saepe
often
timere
to fear
fortasse
perhappes
stultus/a/um
stupid, foolish
videre
in passive to seem
genus, generis
(N)
tyoe, kind
vel
or
ipse, ipsa, ipsum
himself, herself, itself, themselves
non solum...sed etiam
not only...but also
fero, ferre, tuli, latus
to bring, bear, carry, report
aluis, alia, aliud
other, another
alii...alii
some...others
nullus-a-um
not any, none
GEN: nullius
DAY: nulli
milia, milium
thousands
munus, muneris
(N)
duty, service, gift, games
quam acerrime
as fiercly aas possible
quam brevissime
as briefly as possible
quam potentissime
as powerfully as possible
Positive of strong
ADJECTIVE
firmus/a/um
Comparative of strong
ADJECTIVE
firmior, firmius
Superlative of strong
ADJECTIVE
firmissimus/a/um
Positive of strong
ADVERB
firme
Comparative of strong
ADVERB
firmius
Superlative of strong
ADVERB
firmissime
Positive of famous, clear
ADJECTIVE
clarus/a/um
Comparative of famous, clear
ADJECTIVE
clarior, clarius
Superlative of famous, clear
ADJECTIVE
clarissimus/a/um
Postive of famous, clear
ADVERB
clare
Comparative of famous, clear
ADVERB
clarius
Superlative of famous, clear
ADVERB
clarissime
Positive of quick
ADJECTIVE
celer, celeris, celere
Comparative of quick
ADJECTIVE
celerior, celerius
Superlative of quick
ADJECTIVE
celerimus/a/um
Postive of quick
ADVERB
celeriter
Comparative of quick
ADVERB
celerius
Superlative of quick
ADVERB
celerrime
present active of to be
sum sumus
es estis
est sunt
present active of to be able
possum possumus
potes potestis
potest possunt
future active of to be
ero erimus
eris eritis
erit erunt
future active of ot be able
potero poterimus
poteris poteritis
poterit poterunt
imperfect active of to be able
poteram poteramus
poteras poteratis
poterat poterant
perfect active of to be able
potui potuimus
potuisti potuisti
potuit potuerunt
pluperfect active of to be able
potueram potueramus
potueras potueratis
potuerat potuerant
imperfect active of to be
eram eramus
eras eratis
erat erant
pluperfect active to be
fueram fueramus
fueras fueratis
fuerat fuerant
perfect active to be
fui fuimus
fuisti fuistis
fuit fuerint