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portendo, portendere, portendi, portentum
to predict, portend, foretell
iniussu (+ gen.)
without an order (from)
benignitas, benignitatis (f.)
kindness, good deeds
interim (adv.)
meanwhile
circa (prep. + acc.)
around, near
opus, operis (n.)
work, deed; (pl.) public works
deicio, deicere, deieci, deiectum
to throw down, bring down
privatus, a, um
private, personal
conspectus, us (m.)
sight, view
alienus, a, um
belonging to another, alien, foreign
humilis, is, e
humble, low
facinus, facinoris (n.)
deed, act, crime, evil deed
sicco, siccare, siccavi, siccatum
to dry out, drain
praesidium, i (n.)
protection, defense, assistance, help
pateo, patere, patui
to be open, be available, be attainable
regia, ae (f.)
royal palace
comprehendo, comprehendere, comprehendi, comprehensum
to catch, seize, arrest
memoro, memorare, memoravi, memoratum
to remind, mention, bring up
aliquot (indeclinable adj.)
several, some, a few
officium, i (n.)
favor, service, duty, obligation
adultus, a, um
grown, mature, adult
cloaca, ae (f.)
sewer, drain
palam (adv.)
openly
apparitor, apparitoris (m.)
attendant, servant
aliquando (adv.)
sometime, someday
liberalis, is, e
worthy of a free man, liberal
voluntas, voluntatis (f.)
wish, desire, goodwill
quietus, a, um
quiet, at rest, idle, inactive
administro, administrare, administravi, administratum
to manage, direct, administer
perturbo, perturbare, perturbavi, perturbatum
to disturb, upset, confuse
res publica, rei publicae (f.)
state, government
etsi (conj.)
although