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arma, -ōrum
n. pl.

arms, weapons

(armor, army, armament, armada, armature, armistice, armadillo, alarm, disarmament, gendarme)
cursus, -ūs
m.
running, race; course

(courser, cursor, cursory, cursive, concourse, discourse, recourse, precursor, excursion; cp. currō)
lūna, -ae
f.
moon

(lunar, lunacy, lunate, lunatic, lunation, interlunar)
occāsiō, occāsiōnis
f.
occasion, opportunity

(occasional; cp. occidō)
parēns, parentis
m./f.

parent

(parentage, parental, parenting; cp. pariō, parere: to give birth to)
stēlla, -ae
f.
star, planet

(stellar, constellation, interstellar)
vesper, vesperis/vesperī
m.
evening, evening star

(vesper, vesperal, vespertine)
mortuus, -a, -um
dead

(mortuary; cp. mors, mortālis, immortālis, morior)
prīnceps, gen. prīncipis
adj.
chief, foremost

m./f. noun
leader, emperor

(prince, principal, principality; cp. prīmus, prīncipium)
ut
conj. + subj.
in order that, so that, that, in order to, so as to, to

conj. + indic.
as, just as
adv. and conj. with subjunctives of command and purpose

not; in order that... not; lest
cēdō, cēdere, cessī, cessum
to go, withdraw; yield to, grant, submit

(accede, access, accession, antecedent, ancestor, cede, concede, deceased, exceed, intercede, precede, proceed, recede secede, succeed; cp. discēdō
dēdicō (1)
to dedicate

(dedication, dedicatory, rededication)
egeō, egēre, eguī
+ abl. or gen.

to need, lack, want

(indigence, indigent)
expleō, -plēre, -plēvī, -plētum
to fill, fill up, complete

(expletive, expletory, deplete, replete; cp. plēnus, pleō: to fill)
praestō, -stāre, -stitī, -stitum
to excel; exhibit, show, offer, supply, furnish
taceō, tacēre, tacuī, tacitum
to be silent, leave unmentioned

(tacit, taciturn, taciturnity, reticence, reticent)