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coniuratio
conuirationis (f)

a conspiracy
facinus
facinoris (n)

a bad deed;crime
mos
moris (n)

a custom
initium
initii (n)

a beginning
genus
generis (n)

birth;tribe;race
ingenium
ingenii (n)

innate ability
caedes
caedis(f)

slaughter
audax,x,x
bold
ars
artis (f)

art
animus
animi (m)

mind
ingens, ingens, ingens
great
miles
militis (m)

soldier
vetus, us, us, (veteris)
old
exercitus
exercitus (m)

an army
cado
(3) cadere, cecidi, casus

to fall down; decline
fides
fidei (f)

faith
mens
mentis (f)

mind
vita
vitae (f)

life
vindico
(1) vindicare, vindicavi, vindicatus

to assert; to defend; revenge
relinqo
(3) relinquere, reliqui, relictus

to leave
concedo
(3) concedere, concessi, concessus

to go away; yield
opto
(1) optare, optavi, optatus

to choose
sino
(3) sinere, sivi, situs

to allow
hortor
hortari, hortatus sum

to encourage
fallo
(3) fallere, fefeli, falsus

to decieve
suffero
sufferre, subtuli, sublatus

to endure
nascor
nasci, natus sum

to be born
quisquam, quidquam
anyone
accendo
(3) accendere, accensi,
acensus

to inflame
periculum
periculi (n)

danger
invidia
invidiae (f)

envy
habeo
habere, habui, habitus

to have
pecunia
pecuniae (f)

money
bellum
belli (n)

war
spero
sperare, aperavi, speratus

to hope
caveo
(2) cavere, cavi, cautus

to beware
tempto
temptare, temptavi, temptatus

to try
evenio
(4) evenire, eveni, eventus

to come out; happen
prodo
(3) prodere, prodid, proditus

to produce; bring forward
experior
experiri, expertus

to try
sentio
sentire, sensi, sensus

to feel
annus
anni (m)

year
pars
partis (f)

part
hortor
hortari, hortatus sum

to encourage
vultus
vultus (m)

face
invidia
invidiae (f)

envy
habeo
habere, habui, habitus

to have
pecunia
pecuniae (f)

money
bellum
belli (n)

war
spero
sperare, aperavi, speratus

to hope
caveo
(2) cavere, cavi, cautus

to beware
tempto
temptare, temptavi, temptatus

to try
evenio
(4) evenire, eveni, eventus

to come out; happen
prodo
(3) prodere, prodid, proditus

to produce; bring forward
experior
experiri, expertus

to try
sentio
sentire, sensi, sensus

to feel
annus
anni (m)

year
pars
partis (f)

part
hortor
hortari, hortatus sum

to encourage
vultus
vultus (m)

face
narro
(1) narrare, narravi, narratus

to tell
oratio
orationis (f)

speech
festino
(1) festinare, festinavi, festinatus

to hurry
abutor
abuti, abusus sum

to abuse
interficio
(3) interficere, interfecti, interfectus

to kill
nimis
too much
studeo
studere, studui

to be eager
acerbus, a, um
bitter, severe
ordo
ordinis (m)

line;series;rank;order
aliquis, aliquis, aliquid
someone; anyone
vereor
vereri, veritus

to fear
mando
(1) mandare, mandavi, mandatus

to order
contendo
(3) contendere, contendi, contendus

to strive
discedo
(3) discedere, discessi, discessus

to depart
cognosco
(3) cognoscere, cognovi, cognitus

to learn;understand
insidiae
insidiarum (f)

plot
munio
(4) munire, munivi, munitus

to fortify
postulo
(1) postulare, postulavi, postulatus

to demand
incendium
incendii (n)

fire
iter
itineris (n)

a road, journey
littera
litterae (f)

a letter
proximus, a, um
next
impetus
impetus (m)

an attack
fateor
fateri, fasus sum

to confess
gero
(3)gerere, gessi, gestus

to wear;make;carry;have
aperio
(4) aperire, aperui, apertus

to open
perdo
(3) perdere, perdid, perditus

to destroy
interrogo
(1) interrogare, interrogavi, interrogatus

to ask;question
fingo
(2) fingere, fixi, fictus

to form;shape
decerno
(3) decernere, decrevi, decretus

to decide;determine
praemium
praemii (n)

an award
sollicito
(1) sollicitare, sollicitavi, sollicitatus

to stir up
moneo
(2) monere, monui, monitus

to warn
iudico
(1) iudicare, iudicavi, iudicatus

to judge
studium
studii (n)

zeal or enthusiasm
crudelis, crudelis, crudele
cruel
sententia
sententiae (f)

opinion
iubeo
(2) iubere, iussi, iussus

to oder
negotium
negotii (n)

business
neglego
(3) neglegere, neglegi, neglexus

to neglect
statuo
(3) statuere, statui, statutum

to stand up;stop
lenis,lenis,lene
light
tueor
tueri, tutus sum

to look at
spes
spei (f)

hope
fallo
(3) fallere, fefelli, falsus

to decieve
repudio
(1) repudiare, repudiavi, repudiatus

to reject
metuo
(3) metuere, metui

to fear
repudio
(1) repudiare, repudiavi, repudiatus

to reject
infirmus, a, um
weak