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dies
diei
day (m.)
diary, dial, dismal
ferrum
ferri
iron; sword (n.)
ferric, ferrite, farrier
fides
fidei
faith, trust, trustworthiness, fidelity; promise, guarantee, protection (f.)
confide, diffident, infidel, perfidy, fealty
ignis
ignis
fire (m.)
igneous, ignite, ignition
modus
modi
measure, bound, limit; manner, method, mode, way (m.)
model, moderate, modern, modest, modicum, modify, mood
res
rei
thing, matter, buisness, affair (f.)
real, realistic, realize, reality, real estate
res publica
rei publicae
state, commonwealth, republic (f.)
Republican
spes
spei
hope (f.)
despair, desparate
aequus
aequa
aequum
level, even; calm; equal, just; favorable (adj.)
equable, equanimity, equation, equator, equinox
felix
felicis
lucky, fortunate, happy (adj.)
felicitate, felicitation, felicitous, felicity, infelicitous, infelicity
incertus
incerta
incertum
uncertain, unsure, doubtful (adj.)
incertitude
Latinus
Latina
Latinum
Latin (adj.)
medius
media
medium
middle (adj.)
the middle of (used partively)
mediterranean, medium, median, mediate, mean, medieval, meridian
media urbs
in the middle of the city
quondam
formerly, once
quondam
ultra
on the other side of, beyond (adv.) and (prep. + acc.)
ultra, ultrasonic, ultrasound, ultraviolet, outrage, outrageous
protinus
immediately (adv.)
cerno
cernere
crevi
cretum
to distinguish, discern, perceive
discern, discernable, discreet, discretion
eripio
eripere
eripui
ereptum
to snatch away, take away; rescue
inquit
he says, he said (defective verb)
tollo
tollere
sustuli
sublatum
to raise, lift up; take away, remove, destroy