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sacerdos, -dotis (c)
priest(ess)
fors, fortis (f)
chance, luck
divinitus
(adv) divinely, by divine influence
ripa
bank of a river
effundo (3)
pour out
lenis, -e
mild, gentle, smooth
stagnum
standing pool of water
adeo, -ire
approach
iustus
just; regular
defungor, -fungi, -functus
perform, discharge; do away with (+abl)
velut
as if
alluvies -ei (f)
pool of overflow
ficus
fig tree
alveum
hollowed out container (basket, etc)
tenuis
thin
siccus
dry
sitio (4)
be thirsty
vagitus, -us
crying
lambo (3)
lick
pecus, -oris (n)
cattle
stabulum
room; dwelling
locus
1. place; 2. occasion, reason
segnis, -e
inactive
saltus, -us (m)
glade
venor, -ari
hunt
peragro (1)
roam
robur, -oris (n)
strength, toughness
subsisto
encounter, face
latro, -onis (m)
robber
onustus
laden with
sumo
take, undertake, gain
impetus, -us (m)
attack
seria, -orum
business
iuvenis, -is
(adj) young; (subst) youth
mons, montis (m)
mountain, hill
sollemne, -nis (n)
festival, ceremony, custom
veneror (1)
worship, do honor to
lascivia
merriment, frolic
ludicrum
show, sport, festival
dedo, 3, dedidi, deditum
give up, surrender, devote
insidior (1)
ambush (+dat)
ultro
beyond; voluntarily, gratuitously
supplicium
punishment
congruo (3)
agree
subigo (3)
compel
nepos, -otis (m)
grandson
sciscitor (1)
question, ask
agnosco (3)
recognize
dolus
deceit, trick
necto (3)
connect, attach; devise, put together
globus
body, band, gang
apertus
open
adiuvo (1)
assist
adorior (4)
attack
praesidium
protection, guard, garrison
obtineo (2)
occupy, keep, maintain, secure
avoco (1)
summon away
pergo (1)
proceed, hasten
concilium
assembly, meeting
extemplo
at once
deinceps
next
contio, -onis (f)
meeting, assembly
ingredior
enter
avus
grandfather
efficio
make, do, cause
ratus
fixed, valud; ratified
permitto (3)
entrust
accedo (3)
approach; be added to