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adventus, adventus, m
coming
ago, agere, egi, actus
to do
aliquis, aliquid
someone, something

behind a si the ali goes away
anima, animae, f
soul
animus, animi, m
year
appono, apponere, apposui, appositus
place before, serve
apprime
adv

first of all
avidus, a, um
eager
capio, capere, cepi, captus
capture, seize
ceterum
conj

but, on the other hand
ceterus, a, um
the others, remaining
cibus, cibi, m
food
--, --, coepi, coeptus
to begin
cognosco, cognoscere, cognovi, cognitus
become acquainted with
conatus, conatus,
effort, attempt
confero, conferre, contuli, conlatus
to bring about
conloquium, conloguii, n
discussion
contineo, continere, continui, contentus
hold fast, maintain
cor, cordis, n
heart
debeo, debere, debui, debitus
owe, ought +inf
decens, decentis
decent, seemly
decerno, decernere, decrevi, decretus
decide
deficio, deficere, defici, defectus
forsake, abandon
desiderium, desiderii, n
desire
diabolus, diaboli, m
devil
dico, dicere, dixi, dictus
say, tell, speak, call
dies, diei, m
day
dirigo, dirigere, direxi, directus
direct, align
discerno, discernere, discreavi, discretus
distinguish
disciplina, disciplinae, f
discipline, art
disco, discere, didici, --
learn, study
doctrina, doctrinae, f
teaching
eligo, eligere, elegi, electus
choose
eloquenter
adv

eloquently
eluceo, elucere, eluxi, --
show itself, manifest
enim
coord. conj

for
enuntio, enuntiare
say, declare, proclaim
episcopus, episcopi, m
bishop
erudio, erudire, erudivi, eruditus
educate, teach
expecto, expectare
expect, hope for
expedio, expedire, expedivi, expeditus
set free, let loose
experior, experiri, expertus sum
experience
ex(s)to, ex(s)tare, ex(s)titi
to exist, to be
facillime
adv

most easily
falsus, a, um
false
fama, famae, f
reputation
ferme
adv

nearly
forte
adv

by luck
gratus, a, um
pleasing, kind
gressus, gressus, m
step, path
homo, hominis, m
man
honestus, a, um
noble, respectable
ideo
adv

for that reason
implico, implicare
entangle, entwine
impolite
adv

without ortament
incomposite
adv

not well put together
incurro, incurrere, incurri, incursus
run into, meet with
inlecebra, inlecebrae, f
enticement
inornatus, a, um
unadorned
inruo, inruere, inrui, inrutus
rush headlong
intercido, intercidere, inctercidi, --
cut through
interim
adv

meanwhile
intueor, intueri, intuitus sum
regard, observe
inutilis, e
useless
invenio, invenire, inveni, inventus
discover, find
iucundus, a, um
delightful, agreeable
lacrima, lacrimae, f
tear
liberalis, e
liberal
manus, manus, f
hand
mater, matris, f
mother
ministro, ministrare
attend to
mirus, a, um
wonderful, amazing
modus, modi, m
measure, way
mors, mortis, f
death
multus, a, um
much
nimis
adv

exceedingly
nisi
sub. conj.

if not, unless
nomen, nominis, n
name
nox, noctis, f
night
obicio, obicere, objeci, objectus
throw forward
omnino
adv

completely
ornatus, a, um
adorned, embellished
peritus, a, um
skilled, experienced
poculum, poculi, n
cup
praeloquor, praeloqui, praelocutus sum
say beforehand
praeter
+ acc

except
pretiosus, a, um
precious
promitto, promittere, promisi, promissus
promise
prorsus, a, um
straightforwards, direct
providentia, providentiae, f
providence
quaero, quaerere, quaesivi, quaesitus
seek for, ask
quaestio, quaestionis
question
quidam, quaedam, quiddam
a certain person
quisquam, quidquam
anyone, anything
quoquo
adv

to whatever place
reficio, reficere, refeci, refectus
rebuild, restore
relaxo, relaxare
loosen, widen, relax
rursus
adv

back again
salus, salutis, f
wisdom
scientia, scientiae, f
knowledge
secta, sectae, f
sect.
separo, separare
separate, divide
sermo, sermonis, m
speech, discourse
signum, signi, n
sign
sitis, sitis, f
thirst
soleo, solere, solitus
be accustomed
splendidus, a, um
glittering, bright
statuo, statuere, statui, statutus
decide
stultitia, stultitiae, f
stupidity
suavis, e
agreeable
tametsi
conj. introducing a concessive

although
urbanus, a, um
urbane, refined
utilis, e
useful
verbum, verbi, n
word
veritas, veritatis, f
truth
via, viae, f
way