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revello, ere, i, vulsus
tear off(up, away)
revertor, i, rsus
return, turn back
reviso, ere
revisit, see again, return to
revoco(1)
recall, call back, retrace
revolvo, ere, i, volutus
roll over, revolve
Rhesus, i m.
Thracian prince, ally of the Trojans, slain on the first night after his arrival in Troy
rideo, ere, risi, risus
smile, laugh (at)
rigeo, ere, ui
be stiff, be rigid
rima, ae f.
crack, fissure
ripa, ae f.
bank, shore
rite
properly, ritually
robur, oris n.
oak; strength
rogus, i m.
funeral pyre
Roma, ae f.
Rome, a city and empire
Romanus, a, um
Roman, of Rome
Romulus, a, um
of Romulus, Roman
Romulus, i m.
legendary founder of Rom, son of Mars and Phea Silvia, a Vestal virgin
roscidus, a, um
dewy
roseus, a, um
rosy, pink
rota, ae f.
wheel, chariot
rudens, entis m.
rope, cable
ruina, ae f.
downfall, ruin
rumor, oris m.
rumor, report, gossip
rumpo, ere, rupi, ruptus
break, burst (forth), utter
rupes, is f.
rock, cliff, crag
rursus, um
again, anew, back(ward)
rus, ruris n.
country (district)
Rutulus, a, um
Rutulian, of the Rutulians, a tribe of central Italy
Rapio
ere, ui, ptus Snatch
Rapto
(1) Snatch, drag
Raptum
I n. Plunder
Rarus
a, um Scattered
Ratio
onis f. Manner
Ratis
is f. Raft
Raucus,
a, um Hoarse
Relinquiae,
arum f. Rest
Rebellis,
e Rebellious
Recedo
Recedo, ere, cessi, cessus Depart
Recens
entis Recent, fresh
Recidivus,
a, um revived
Recipio
Recipio, ere, cepi, ceptus depart
Recludo
Recludo, ere, si, sus disclose
Recondo
Recondo, ere, didi, ditus establish
Rectus
Rectus, a, um right
Recurso
Recurso (1) Run back, come back
Recutio
Recutio, ere, cussi, cussus strike
Redo
Redo, ere, didi, ditus return
Redeo
Redeo, iri, ii, itus return
Redimo
, ere, emi, emptus redeem
Reditus
us, m. return
Redoleo
ere, ui Be fragrant, smell
Reduco
ere, duxi, ductus bring
Redux
ucis Led back
Refello
ere, i contradict
Reflecto
ere, flexi, flexus Turn back
Refringo
ere, fregi, fractus Break off
Refugio
ere, fugi flee
Refulgeo
ere, lsi gleam
Refundo
ere, fudi, fusus pour
Region
onis f. district
Regius
a, um royal
Regnator
oris m. ruler
Regno
(1) rule
Rego
ere, rexi, rectus rule
Reicio
ere, reieci, reiectus throw
Reliquiae
arum f. remnants
Remigium
I n. Oarage, rowing
Remitto
ere, misi, missus return
Remordeo
ere, di, rsus gnaw
Removeo
ere, movi, motus remove
Remugio
ire bellow
Remus
I m. Twin brother of Romulus
Renovo
(1) renew
Reor
reri, ratus Suppose, think
Repello
ere, repupuli, repulsus Drive back
Rependo
ere, I, ensus balance
Reperio
ire, repperi, repertus find
Repertory
oris m. inventor
Repeto
ere, ivi, itus seek
Repleo
ere, evi, etus fill
Repono
ere, posui, positus replace
Repositus
a, um secluded
Reprimo
ere, repressi, repressus Press back
Requiro
ere, quisivi, quisitus Seek against
Reservo
(1) reserve
Resido
ere, sedi Sit down
Resigno
(1) seal
Resisto
ere, stiti stop
Resolvo
ere, I, solutus Loose, free
Resono
(1) Sound, roar
Respicio
ere, spexi, spectus regard
Respondeo
ere, I, onsus answer
Responsum
I n. answer
Resto
are, stiti remain
Resupinus
a, um On the back
Resurgo
ere, surrexi, surrectus Rise again
Rete
is, n. net
Retego
ere, texi, tectus uncover
Retorqueo
ere, retorsi, retortus Turn back
Retracto
(1) Draw back
retro
again
refero, ferre, tuli, latus
bear back, restore, carry off
regina, ae, f.
queen
regnum, i n.
royal, power, kingdom
relinquo, ere, liqui, lictus
leave, dessert
remus, i, m.
oar
rex, regis m.
king, ruling
ruo, ere, i, ru(i)tus
fall, rush, sink, plow
rabidus, a, um
raving, mad, frenzied
rabies, rabiei f.
rage, fury, frenzy
radius, i. m.
rod, spoke, ray, compass
radix, radicis f.
root
ramus, i m.
branch, bough, limb
rapidus, a, um
swift, snatching, whirling