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semper
adverb: always
in
preposition: in, on
secrete
adverb: in secret
habere
verb(2nd conj): to have, hold, possess, consider, regard
ager
noun(m-2nd decl): field, farm
studere
verb(2nd conj): to be eager for
vir
noun(m-2nd decl): man, hero
sapientia
noun(f-1st decl): wisdom
Romanus
adjective: Roman
de
preposition: down from, from; concerning, about
amica
noun(f-1st decl): friend
numerus
noun(m-2nd decl): number
femina
noun(f-1st decl): woman
filia
noun(f-1st decl): daughter (irregular dat & abl plural: filiabus)
puer
noun(m-2nd decl): boy
populus
noun(m-2nd decl): the people, a people, a nation
egere
verb(2nd conj): to be in need
agricola
noun(m-1st decl): farmer
copia
noun(f-1st decl): abundance
modus
noun(m-2nd decl): moderation
pauci
(usually plural) few, a few
palam
adverb: openly
avarus
adjective: greedy, avaricious
libellus
noun(m-2nd decl): little book
irritare
verb(1st conj): to excite, exasperate
filius
noun(m-2nd decl): son
benevolentia
noun(f-1st decl): benevolence
amicus
noun(m-2nd decl): friend
adversus
adjective: opposite
tenere
verb(2nd conj): to have, observe