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nosco
nosco noscere novi notum [to become acquainted with , get to know];
diligo
diligo -ligere -lexi -lectum [to choose out; to prize , love, esteem highly]
nascor
nascor nasci natus (and gnatus) dep. [to be born; to come into existence , arise, be produced]
gener
gener -eri m. [a son-in-law; a granddaughter's husband; a brother-in-law].
uro
uro urere ussi ustum [to burn; to dry up , parch; chafe, gall; to disturb, harass].
impensus
considerable, great (of price)
vilis
vilis -e [cheap , worth little
inquam
inquam inquis inquit etc.; perf. inquii; [say].
talis
talis -e [of such kind , such].
iniuria
iniuria -ae f. [injury , injustice, wrong]
cogo
cogo cogere coegi coactum [to bring , drive, or draw to one point, to collect; to bring close together, compress]