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for
fari, fatus - to say
quando
when, since
cura
ae, f. - care
remordeo
ere, di, rsus - to gnaw, trouble
longe
far (from)
arcanum
i, n. - secret
gero
ere, gessi, gestus - to wage
populus
i, m. - people
ferox
ocis - fierce
contundo
, ere, tudi, tu(n)sus - to bruise, crush
mos
moris, m. - custom, law
moenia
ium, n. - walls
tertius
a, um - third
regno
(1) - to rule
aestas
atis, f. - summer
terni
ae, a - three (each)
transeo
ire, ii (ivi), itus - to pass (by)
hiberna
orum, n. - winter
subigo
ere, egi, actus - to subdue
cognomen
inis, n. - (sur)name
addo
ere, didi, ditus - to add
sto
are, steti, status - to stand, endure
triginta
thirty
mensis
is, m. - month
orbis
is, m. - circle
expleo
ere, evi, etus - to fulfil
sedes
is, f. - seat, place
transfero
ferre, tuli, latus - to transfer
munio
ire, ivi (ii), itus - to fortify
ter
three times
centum
hundred
donec
until, while, as long as
sacerdos
otis, m. (f.) - priest(ess)
gravis
heavy, serious, pregnant
partus
us, m. - birth
proles
is, f. - offspring
inde
thence, afterward
fulvus
a, um - tawny
nutrix
icis, f. - nurse
teg(i)men
inis, n. - covering, skin
excipio
ere, cepi, ceptus - to take (up), inherit
condo
ere, didi, ditus - to found, establish
meta
ae, f. - goal, limit, bound
sine
without (abl.)
finis
is, m. (f.) - end, limit
quin
nay (even), (but) that
asper
era, erum - harsh
metus
us, m. - fear
fatigo
(1) - to weary
consilium
i, n. - plan
melior
ius - better
refero
ferre, tuli, latus - to restore
foveo
ere, fovi, fotus - to cherish
dominus
i, m. - lord, master
togatus
a, um - toga-clad
placeo
ere, ui, itus - to please (dat)
lustrum
i, n. - space of five years, sacred season
labor
i, psus - to slip
aetas
atis, f. - age, time
vester
tre, trum - your
auris
is, f. - ear
diversus
a, um - scattered
veho
ere, vexi, vectus - to bear, convey
tempestas
atis, f. - tempest
appello
ere, puli, pulsus - to drive to (dat.)
rapio
ere, ui, ptus - to snatch (up), rob
penates
ium, m. - household gods
aether
eris, m. - upper air, ether
notus
a, um - (well) known
quaero
ere, quaesivi, quaesitus - to seek
patria
ae, f. - fatherland
deni
ae, a - ten
conscendo
ere, i, ensus - to ascend
monstro
(1) - to show
convello
ere, i, vulsus - to tear, shatter
supersum
esse, fui - to survive, remain
ignotus
a, um - unknown
egeo
ere, ui - to be needy, lack
desertum
i, n. - desert
peragro
(1) - to wander through
pello
ere, pepuli, pulsus - to drive
queror
i, questus - to complain
patior
i, passus - to suffer, endure, allow
interfor
fari, fatus - to interrupt
quisquis
quicquid - whoever, whatever
haud
not
credo
ere, didi, ditus - to believe
invisus
a, um - hated
caelestes
ium, m./f. - divinities, gods
vitalis
e - vital
carpo
ere, psi, ptus - to take
advenio
ire, veni, ventu - to arrive
pergo
ere, perrexi, perrectus - to proceed
modo
only
perfero
ferre, tuli, latus - to bear
redux
ucis - led back, restored
socius
i, m. - ally
nuntio
(1) - to announce
tutus
a, um - safe
verto
ere, i, rsus - to turn, change
ni
nisi - unless
frustra
in vain
augurium
i, m. - augury
vanus
a, um - empty
doceo
ere, iu, ctus - to teach
adspicio
ere, spexi, spectus - to see, look at
seni
ae, a - six
laetor
ari, atus - to rejoice
cycnus
i, m. - swan
aetherius
a, um - ethereal
plaga
ae, f. - region
ales
itis, m. - wing
apertus
a, um - open
turbo
(1) - to agitate
ordo
inis, m. - line
capio
ere, cepi, captus - to seize
despecto
(1) - to look down (on)
ludo
ere, si, sus - to mock
strid(e)o
ere, di - to rustle
ales
itis, m. - bird
coetus
us, m. - company, flock
cingo
ere, cinxi, cinctus - to encircle
polus
i, m. - heaven
cantus
us, m. - song
aliter
otherwise
pubes
is, f. - youth
plenus
a, um - full
derigo
ere, rexi, rectus - to direct
gressus
us, m. - step, gait
averto
ere, i, rsus - to turn (aside)
roseus
a, um - rosy
cervix
icis, f. - neck
refulgeo
ere, lsi - to shine, gleam
ambrosius
a, um - ambrosial