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possum; posse; potuî; ---- (+inf)
to be able (to) (see conjugation; p. 149)
exspectô; exspectâre; exspectâvî; exspectâtum
to wait for
servô; servâre; servâvî; servâtum
to save
timeô; timêre; timuî; ----
to fear; to be afraid
reddô; reddere; reddidî; redditum
to return (i.e. to give back)
relinquô; relinquere; reliquî; relictum
to leave behind
vertô; vertere; vertî; versum
to turn
coniciô; conicere; coniêcî; coniectum
to hurl s.t.
nôlî/nôlîte (+inf)
Don't ______!
hasta; hastae; f.
spear
porta; portae; f.
gate
tabula; tabulae; f.
tablet
mûrus; mûrî; m.
wall
mâter; mâtris; f.
mother
mors; mortis; f.
death
mortuus; mortua; mortuum
dead
sôlus; sôla; sôlum
alone (UNUS NAUTA adjective)
territus; territa; territum
terrified
incolumis; incolume
safe; unharmed
bene
well
hîc
here; in this place
hûc
to this place; hither
sêrô
late
circum (+acc)
around
ê/ex (+abl)
from; out of
-que
and
senatus populus-que Romanus
The senate AND the Roman people)