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quippe
certainly
vetustas
age, length of time
iuvat
(impers), it is pleasing
consulo (3)
consider (+ dat); consult
officio (3)
get in the way of
exiguus
small
praebeo (2)
offer, hold out
pridem
long ago, long since
conficio
bring about; consume
priscus
antique
sollicitus
disturbed
decorus
proper, appropriate
consecro (1)
consecrate, make holy
animadverto (3)
notice; punish
equidem
indeed, surely
acriter
sharply, keenly
dissideo
sit apart, be opposed, not agree
donec
until, up to the time when...; while
praecipue
especially, chiefly
salubris or saluber
healthy, wholesome
monumentum
memorial: 1. temple, etc.; 2. writing
documentum
example, warning
foedus
-us, -a, -um (adj)
foul, abominable

foedus, -eris (n)
treaty
ceterum (adv)
otherwise, moreover, but
dis, ditior, ditissimus
rich, richer, richest
serus
late
adeo
to such an extent
nuper
lately
desiderium
desire
luxus, -us (m)
luxury
libido, -inis (F)
desire, lust
querella
complaint
gratus
welcome
ordior, ordiri, orsus sum
begin
precatio
request, prayer
potius
(adv)
rather
successus, -us (m)
success, advance