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stirpe
stirps, stirpis - 3f.

stock, stem, stalk;
plant, sprout, shoot;
of people: stock, family, lineage, race
origin, source
facie
facies, faciei - 5f

shape, form, figure, face
countenance, face, external appearance.
(abl. s.)
viles
vilis, vilis, vile adj.

trifling, poor, common, mean, of little value
juveniles
juvenilis, juvenile. adj.

youthful, juvenile
ornatu
orno, ornare, ornavi, ornatus

to equip, dress, honour, furnish, adorn

supine - with respect to
huic
hic haec hoc

dative s.
foris
foris, is (more freq. pl. fores, forum). f.

door, opening,
intus
adv.

on the inside, within
habitus
habitus us. m.

condition, plight, habit, deportment, appearance (of the body)
moris
mos, moris. m.

manner, custom, way, practice, fashion, want
modus
modus, i

a measure (size, length, quantity, circumference)

a way, manner, mode, method
modico
modicus a um

having or keepinga proper measure; moderate, temperate

(of size): middling, ordinary, mean, scanty

As adv. slightly

modicum, modici
short/small time; short distance, little way; little, small amount;
gramine
gramen, graminis. nt.
grass, turf; herb; plant
festivus a um
lively, festive, joyous, merry

agreeable, pleasing, pretty
viridi
viridis, e. adj.

green
rivus
rivus, i

a small stream, brook
vivus
vivus a um

that which is alive; lively, ardent

(ad vivum resecare - to cut to the quick)
lascivus
lascivus a um

wanton, petulant, sportive, playful, frisky, lascivious, lewd, lustful
murmure
murmur, murmuris. nt.

a murmur, murmuring, humming
garrulo
garrulus a um

chattering, prattling, talkative, garrulous
spaciosa
spatiosus a um

spacious, wide, long
venustata
venusto, venustare, venustavi, venustatum

to make lovely/attractive; beautify; adorn
sinus
sinus us m.

curved or bent surface; bending, curve, fold; bosom, lap; bay;