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cultus, -ūs, m. (*)

adornment, dress;
education;
reverence

Note: Cultus, when it means "adornment" or "dress", refers to clothing, hair style, accessories--all of what we colloquially call "a get-up"
digitus, -ī, m.
finger;
toe
dīvitiae, -ārum, f.
wealth, riches
fūnus, fūneris, n.
funeral
iūdex, iūdicis, m.
juryman, judge
sacerdōs, sacerdōtis, m. or. f.
priest, priestess
spīritus, -ūs, m.
breath;
life;
spirit;
courage
commūnis, -e
common, shared
superbus, -a, -um
haughty, arrogant
experior, -īrī, expertus sum
test;
experience
gignō, -ere, genuī, genitum
beget;
give birth to
licet, -ēre, licuit, licitum (*)
it is permitted (w. dat. and infin.)

Note: Licet is given in the 3d person because it is always used impersonally.

Mihi īre licuit.
I was permitted to go (To go was permitted to me).