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aes
aeris n. bronze
dominus
domini m. master (of a household)
lacrima
lacrimae f. tear
meta
metae f. goal
monumentum
monumenti n. monument
nasus
nasi m nose
saxum
saxi n rock
vultus
vultus m face
iustus
iusta, iustum - just, right
tot
INDCLEN ADJ -so many
totiens
adv. so often
praeter
prep + acc besides
nonne
introduces question where answer is YES
num
introduces question where the answer is NO [or] introduces indirect question and means WHETHER
omnino
adv entirely
postremum
adv - after all
quin
adv - indeed
explico
explicare, explicavi, explicatum - explain
fatigo
fatigare, fatigavi, fatigatum -to tire out, weary
for (VERB)
fari, fatus sum - to speak (prophetically), foretell
opinor
opinari, opinatus sum - to suppose
reperio
reperire, repperi, repertum - to find
vereor
vereri, veritus sum - to respect
aedificium
aedificii n. building
iniuria
iniuriae f. injustice
mulier
mulieris f. woman
transitus
transitus m. transit
ventus
venti m wind
cupidus
cupida, cupidum desirous; (+ gen - desirous of)
liberalis
liberale - relating to a free person
necesse
INDECLIN ADJ necessary
vetus
(gen) veteris - old
quasi
adv. or conj - as if
ambulo
ambulare, ambulavi, ambulatum - to walk
experior
experiri, expertus sum - to try, experience
libo
libare, libavi, libatum - to pour a libation
oportet
oportere, oportuit, it is proper
oppugno
oppugnare, oppugnavi, oppugnatum - to fight against
orno
ornare, ornavi, ornatum - to equip, adorn
pernocto
pernoctare, pernoctavi, pernoctatum - to spend the night
transeo
transire, transii, transitum - to go across
arbor
arboris f. tree
dignitats
dignitatis f. dignity
dolor
doloris m pain
odium
odii n hatred
opus
operis n. a work
pes
pedis m lower leg, foot
sator
satoris m. sower, father
firums
firma, firmum - firm
infirmus
infima, infirum - not strong, weak
mirablis
mirabile amazing
pristinus
pristina, pristinum - ancient
sublimis
sublime - lofty
etsi
conj - even if, although
erga
prep + acc - toward
libenter
adv. with pleasure
impedio
impedire, impedivi, impeditum - to impede, hinder
metuo
metuere, metui - to fear
queror
queri, questus sum - to complain
recognosco
recognoscere, recognovi, recognitum - to recognize
suspendo
suspendere, suspensi, suspensum - to suspend
vendo
vendere, vendidi, venditum - to sell
athenae
athenarum f. pl Athens
domus
domus f. house, home
humus
humi f. ground
iter
iteneris n. journey
rus
ruris n. country
Syracusae
syracusarum f pl. Syracuse
absens
(GEN) absentis - absent
gratus
grata, gratum - pleasing
idoneus
idonea, idoneum - suitable, fit
immotus
immota, immotum - unchanged
foris
adv. outside
eo
ire, ii, itum - to go
abeo
abire, abii, abitum - to go away
adeo
same form - to go to
exeo
same form - to go out
ineo
same form - to go in
obeo
same form - to go up against
pereo
perire, perii, peritum - to pass away
redeo
redire, redii, reditum - to go back, return
interficio
interficere, interfeci, interfectum - to kill
licet
licere, licuit (IMPERSONAL) - it is permitted
peregrinor
peregrinari, peregrinatus sum to travel abroad
requiesco
requiescere, requievi, requietum - to rest
soleo
solere, solitus sum - to be accustomed