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recens
recent
recipio
To take back, receive
recito
to read out, read aloud, recite, declaim, rehearse
recordor
to think over, bethink oneself of, be mindful of, call to mind, remember, recollect
recupero
to recover, get back
recuso
to refuse
redarguo
to disprove, refute, confute, contradict
reddo
To give back, return, restore
reduco
to lead back
redundo
to run over, pour over, stream over, overflow
reformido
to fear greatly, dread, stand in awe, shrink, shudder, be afraid
regio
district, neighborhood
religio
worship, rites
relinquo
to leave behind
reliquus
left, left over, remaining
remaneo
to stay behind, be left, remain
remedium
remedy
remitto
to let go back, send back, despatch back, drive back, cause to return
remotus
far from, unlike
renuntio
to bring back word, carry tidings back, report, give notice, declare, announce
repente
suddenly
repentinus
sudden, hasty, unlooked for, unexpected, impetuous
reperio
to find again, find, meet with, find out, discover
repeto
to claim, ask to be given back
repo
to creep, crawl
repudio
to cast off, put away, reject
reservo
to keep back, save up, reserve
respiro
to breathe freely, recover from
respondeo
to answer, reply, respond, make answer
restituo
to set up again, replace, restore, reconstruct, rebuild, revive, renew, reform, rearrange
resto
to remain
retardo
to keep back, hinder, delay, detain, impede, retard
reticeo
to be silent, keep silence
reus
accused person, defendant
revoco
to call again, call back, recall
rideo
to laugh
rumor
rumor, report
sacrificium
a sacrifice
saepe
often, oft, oftentimes, many times, frequently
salus
safety
salvus
safe
sanguis
blood
satis
enough, sufficient, satisfactory, ample, adequate
satisfacio
to satisfy, pay debt to
Scamander
Scamander
sceleratus
adj. criminal
scelus
a wicked deed, heinous act, crime, sin, enormity, wickedness
scio
to know, understand, perceive, have knowledge of, be skilled in
scribo
to to write, appoint
scrupulus
the twenty-fourth part of a pound, scruple, doubt
scurra
parasite, diner-out
secerno
to put apart, sunder, sever, part, divide, separate
sedes
abode
sedulo
with the best intentions
semel
once, a single time
senator
a member of the Senate
senectus
old age, extreme age, senility
sensus
a perceiving, observation
sententia
verdict, vote, opinion
sentio
to discern by sense, feel, hear, see, perceive, be sensible of
sepelio
to bury, inter
sepulcrum
a place where a corpse is buried, burial-place, grave, tomb, sepulchre
sequester
depositary, trustee, agent
sermo
continued speech, talk, conversation, discourse
sero
too late
serrula
a small saw
servio
to be a servant, be enslaved, serve, be in service
servitus
the condition of a servant, slavery, serfdom, service, servitude
servo
to make safe, save, keep unharmed, preserve, guard, keep, protect, deliver, rescue
servulus
serving-lad
servus
slave
severus
serious, sober, grave, strict, austere, stern, severe
Sex.
Sextus
sic
thus, in this way, as I do, as you see
sicarius
assassin
sicut or sicuti
so as, just as, as
significatio
a pointing out, indicating, expression, indication, mark, sign, token
signum
a mark, token, sign, indication, proof
silentum
silence
si minus
if not, not to mention
similis
like, resembling, similar
similitudo
likeness, resemblance, similitude
simplex
simple, single, plain, uncompounded, unmixed
simul
at the same time, together, at once, simultaneously
simul atque
as soon as
simulo
to pretend
simultas
a hostile encounter, dissension, enmity, rivalry, jealousy, grudge, hatred, animosity
sin
if however, if on the contrary, but if
sine
without
singularis
unique, unparalleled
singuli
one by one
sino
to allow
sinus
bosom
sive…sive
whether…or
socrus
mother-in-law
sodalis
companion
solatium
a soothing, assuaging, comfort, relief, consolation, solace
soleo
to use, be wont, be accustomed
sollicitatio
instigation
sollicito
to tempt
sollicitudo
uneasiness of mind, care, disquiet, apprehension, anxiety, solicitude
solum
only
solus
alone, only, single, sole
solutio
a loosing, relaxation, weakening
sordes
dirt, filth, uncleanness, squalor
soror
a sister
sortitio
a casting of lots, drawing, choosing by lot, allotment
spectaculum
sight
spectatus
tested, esteemed
specula
a bit of hope
spero
to hope, look for, trust, expect, promise oneself
spes
hope
splendor
excellence
sponte sua
of one's own free will, spontaneously
squalor
roughness, dirtiness, filthiness, foulness, squalor
statim
immediately
statuo
to determine
status
state, condifion, safety
sto
to stand, stand still, remain standing, be upright, be erect
stomachor
to be irritated, be angry, fume, fret
strictim
superficially
struo
to contrive
studiose
earnestly, carefully
studium
pursuit, desire, application, goodwill
stultitia
folly, foolishness, simplicity, silliness, fatuity
stultus
foolish, simple, silly, fatuous, stupid, dull
subito
suddenly, immediately, unexpectedly, at once, off-hand
subitus
sudden
sublevo
to assist, acquit
suborno
to fit out, furnish, provide, supply, equip
subsellium
a low bench, seat, form
subvenio
to come to help, aid, assist, reinforce, relieve, succor
suffragium
a voting-tablet, ballot, vote, voice, suffrage
summa
total, amount
summatim
summarily, cursorily, briefly, compendiously
summus
uppermost, highest, topmost
sumo
to take, obtain
sumptuosus
very expensive, costing much, dear, sumptuous
sumptus
outlay, expense, cost, charge
superior
higher, former
superstitio
dread of the supernatural, credulous wonder, anxious credulity, superstition
superus
that is above, upper, higher
supplex
suppliant
supplicium
punishment, death
supprimo
to restrain, withhold
suscipio
to udertake, begin, acknowledge a child
suspiciosus
full of suspicion, mistrustful, ready to suspect, suspicious
suspicor
to mistrust, suspect
T.
Titus
tabella
tablet, document
taberna
shop
tabula
waxed writing-tablet, record
tacitus
silent
tam
so
tamdiu
for so long
tamen
however, still, but
tametsi
notwithstanding that, although, though
tandem
at last, pray, I ask
tanquam
as much as, so as, just as, like as, as if, so to speak
tantum
only
tantus
of such size, of such a measure, so great, such
Tarentum
Tarentum
Teanum
Teanum
tectum
roof, house
tempus
time
teneo
to hold, keep, have, grasp, hold fast
tento
to try, test
tenuis
slight
terreo
to frighten, affright, put in fear, cause to dread, alarm, terrify, scare, dismay
testamentum
a last will, testament, will
testimonium
evidence
testis
witness, evidence
testor
to cause to testify, call as a witness, invoke, appeal to
timeo
to fear, be afraid, be fearful, be apprehensive, be afraid of, dread, apprehend
timor
fear, dread, apprehension, timidity, alarm, anxiety
tollo
sustuli, sublatum, to lift, take up, raise, elevate, exalt
tormentum
instrument of torture, torment
tortor
an executioner, tormentor, torturer
tortuosus
full of crooks, coiled, winding, tortuous
tot
so many, such a number of
totus
all, all the, all at once, the whole, entire, total
tracto
to investigate
transcribo
to write over, transcribe, write anew, transfer in writing, alter, forge
transeo
to pass over
transigo
to transact, do a deal
tres
three
tribunicius
of a tribune, tribunitial
tribunus
tribune
triennium
three years' time, three years
tristis
sad, sorrowful, mournful, dejected, melancholy, gloomy, downcast, disconsolate
triumpho
to march in triumphal procession, celebrate a triumph, triumph
triumvir
police-magistrate
tum
at that time, them
turba
crowd
turpis
ugly, unsightly, unseemly, repulsive, foul, filthy
turpitudo
unsightliness, repulsiveness, foulness, deformity
tutor
guardian, trustee
ubi
where, when
ullus
any, any other
umquam
at any time, ever
una
together with
unde
whence
undecimus
the eleventh
undique
from all parts, from every quarter, on all sides, all around, on every part, everywhere
universus
unanimous, one and all
unus
one, only, alone, same; uno tempore, simultaneously
unusquisque
each single one
usque
up to, as far as
ut
in order that, so that, as, when, how
uterque
each of two, both
utilis
useful, serviceable, beneficial, profitable, advantageous, expedient, to good purpose
utor
to use, know, be intimate with, make use of, employ
utrum…an
whether…or
uxor
a wife, spouse, consort
vagus
strolling, rambling, roving, roaming, wandering, unfixed, unsettled, vagrant
valeo
to be strong, be vigorous, have strength, be able
valetudo
state of health, health
varius
changeful
vehementer
eagerly, impetuously, ardently, violently, earnestly, vehemently
vena
a blood-vessel, vein
veneficium
a poisoning
venenum
poison
veneo
to be for sale
venio
to come
verbum
a word
vereor
to fear, revere
veritas
truth, truthfulness, verity, reality
verso
to turn, discuss
versor
to be engaged in, concerned, involved
verum
but, certainly
verus
true, real, actual, genuine
vester
your, yours, of you
vestigium
footprint, track, clue, vestige
vestigo
to track, find
vestrum
genit. pl. of tu
vetus
old, aged, advanced in years
viator
usher, apparitor
vicinitas
neighborhood, nearness, proximity, vicinity
vicinus
neighbor
victoria
victory
victrix
that she is victorious, a conqueress, victress
video
to see, discern, perceive
videor
to seem
vigilo
to watch, keep awake, not to sleep, be wakeful
vinco
to conquer, overcome, get the better of, defeat, subdue, vanquish, be victorious
vinculum
chain, prison
violo
to defile
vir
a male person, adult male, man
vires
strength
virtus
manliness, manhood, strength, vigor, bravery, courage, excellence
vis
strength, force, vigor, power, energy, virtue
vita
life
vitium
vice
vitricus
a step-father
vivo
to live, be alive, have life
vivus
alive, living, having life
vix
scarcely
vociferatio
a loud calling, clamor, outcry, vociferation, declamation
volo
to be willing, to wish, grant
voluntas
will, free-will, wish, choice, desire, inclination
votum
a promise to a god, solemn pledge, religious engagement, vow
vox
a voice, sound, tone, utterance, cry, call
vulnus
wound, shock
vultus
face, looks