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ramus -i m.
branch
rapidus -a -um
quick, swift
recens (gen. -entis)
fresh, recent
recipio -cipere -cepi -ceptum
regain, recover, suffer, take on oneself
se recipere
retreat
reditus -us m.
return
rectus -a -um
straight, right
religio -onis f.
religion
ruina -ae f.
fall, ruin, destruction
ruo ruere rui
fall down, rush
sacer -cra -crum
sacred
sacerdos -otis c.
priest, priestess
sagittarius -i m.
archer
salto (1)
dance
salus -utis f.
safety, salvation, greeting
salve, salvete
greetings!
salvus -a -um
safe, unharmed
sano (1)
cure, heal
sanus -a -um
healthy, sane
scientia -ae f.
knowledge
seco secare secui sectum
cut
secundus -a -um
second, favourable
sedes sedis f.
seat, abode, place where anything stays put
senior -ius
older
sententia -ae f.
opinion
sero serere sevi satum
sow
severus -a -um
harsh, strict
siccus -a -um
dry
simulo (1)
pretend
sinister -tra -trum
left, on the left
sinistra -ae f.
the left side, the left
sive, seu
or if
solvo solvere solvi solutum
release, free, pay, fulfil, set sail
somnium -i n.
dream
sonitus -us m.
sound, noise
spectaculum -i n.
sight, spectacle
specto (1)
look at
sperno spernere sprevi spretum
despise, reject
sumo sumere sumpsi sumptum
take, take up, undertake
super (adv. and prep. + acc.)
above, over, upon
superbia -ae f.
pride
superbus -a -um
proud
suscipio -cipere -cepi -ceptum
undertake
sustineo -tinere -tinui -tentum
support, withstand
tacitus -a -um
silent, quiet
tamquam
as if, just as, like
tego tegere texi tectum
cover
tempto (1)
try
tener -era -erum
soft, delicate, tender, young
tergum -i n.
back, rear
terror -oris m.
fear
timor -oris m.
fear
tollo tollere sustuli sublatum
raise, take away, remove
triumphus -i m.
triumph
turba -ae f.
crowd, mob
turbo (1)
confuse, disturb, throw into disorder
turpis -is -e
disgraceful, ugly
turris -is f.
tower