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diligo, diligere, dilexi, dilectus
to love
cf amo, amare, amavi, amatus
for, fari, fatus sum
to speak
cf dico, dicere, dixi, dictus
nascor, nasci, natus sum (dep)
to be born
nascent in English
desum, deesse, defui (+ dat)
to fail, to fall short, to be missing
cf absum, abesse, affui
ars, artis (f)
art, skill
art, artist (duh)
honor, honoris (m)
honor, office
"What an honor it is to be here."
pectus, pectoris (n)
chest, breast, heart
pectoral muscles
pudor, pudoris, (m)
shame, modesty, decency; sense of shame,
impudent, impunity
indignus, -a, -um
unworthy, unworthy of
indignity
privatus, -a, -um
private
private
adeo
to such an extent, so
ad + eo - to this place
ita
in such a way, so, thus
modifies how something is done (adverb)
quia
because
cf quod
ut + subjunctive
that, as a result . . . (result clause)
elatus, -a, -um
excited, happy, elated
ex + latus - having been lifted, carried away