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phaselus(n.)
phaselos/phaseli
m.f.
light passenger ship
hospes(n.)
hospitis
m.
host, visitor, friend
hospitality
ullus(adj)
ulla, ullum
any
cf: nullus; not at all
nullify
nato(v)
natare, natavi, natatus
to swim, float
impetus(n)
impetus
m.
attack, assault
impetus
trabs(n.)
trabis
f.
beam, plank
nequeo(intr v)
nequire, nequivi, nequitum
to be incapable of, to be unable to
praetereo(v)
praeterire, praeterivi, praeteritus
pass by, to go past
preterition
sive....sive(conj)
whether...or
linteum(n.)
lintei
n.
linen, canvas, sail
minax(adj)
minacis
threatening, projecting
menace
litus(n)
litoris
n.
seashore, beach, coast
littoral
trux(adj)
trucis
savage, grim, fierce
truculent
iugum(n)
iugi
n
ridge
sibilus(adj)
sibila, sibilum
hissing, whistling
ait(tr/intr v)
(he)says
cacumen(n)
cacuminis
n
point, tip, top
imbuo(v)
imbuere, imbui, imbutus
to wet, soak
imbue
aequor(n)
aequoris
n
sea, level surface
fretum(n)
freti
n
strait, channel
erus(n)
eri
m
master of the house, lord, owner
laevus(adj)
laeva, laevum
left
dexter(adj)
dextera, dexterum/dextra, dextrum
right
uterque(adj)
utraque, utrumque
each(of the two), both
secundus(adj)
secunda, secundum
second, following
limpidus(adj)
limpida, limpidum
limpid, clear
limpid
lacus(n)
lacus
m
lake, vat
recondo(v)
recondere, recondidi, reconditus
to put away, to put back again
recondite
gemellus(adj) or noun(m)
gemella, gemellum
twin
Castor and Pollux are twins