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servitūs, -tūtis, f.
slavery, servitude
incola, -ae, m./f.
inhabitant
vīs, vīris, f.
force, power
vīs, vīs, vim, vī, f.
force, power (only singular, deficient i-stem)
vīrēs, vīrium, f. pl.
strength, power
audācia, -ae, f.
boldness, audacity
inopia, -ae, f.
lack
populus, -ī, m.
the people (not a person)
classis, -is, f.
fleet
victōria, -ae, f.
victory
gēns, gentis, f.
tribe, nation
victor, victōris, m.
winner, victor
voluntās, -tātis, f.
will, desire, good will
grātia, -ae, f.
grace, favor; pl.: thanks, gratitude
poēta, -ae, m.
poet
amīcitia, -ae, f.
friendship
pīrāta, -ae, m.
pirate
condiciō, -iōnis, f.
agreement, contract; condition
talentum, -ī, nt.
a talent (sum of money, over 34 kg of silver)
amphithēatrum, -ī, nt.
amphitheater
cursus, -ūs, m.
running, course
cūnctus, -a, -um
all, the totality of
īnfēstus, -a, -um
dangerous
cārus, -a, -um
dear
ēgregius, -a, -um
outstanding
proximus, -a, -um
closest, next
commūnis, -e
shared, common
grātus, -a, -um
grateful, pleasing
vīlis, -e
cheap
internus, -a, -um
internal, domestic
mercātōrius, -a, -um
mercantile
nūbilus, -a, -um
cloudy
adversus, -a, -um
against, turned towards, adverse
inermis, -e
unarmed
mūtuus, -a, -um
on loan, lent; mutual
superbus, -a, -um
haughty, lofty, arrogant
submergere, -mersisse, -mersum
to sink, submerge
contemnere, -tempsisse, -temptum
think little of, despise, scorn
praepōnere, -posuisse, -positum
to put (Acc.) before (Dat.), in charge of
percurrere, -cucurrisse, -cursum
to run through
tuērī, tuitum / tūtum
to see, watch, protect
rēmigāre
to row back, return
adiuvāre
to help, assist
flectere, flexisse, flexum
to bend
ēdūcere, -dūxisse, -ductum
to lead out
repugnāre
to fight back
dissuādere, -suāsisse, -suāsum
to dissuade
praeferre, -tulisse, -lātum
to prefer
offerre, obtulisse, oblātum
to offer
redimere, -ēmisse, -emptum
to buy back
reminīscī
to call to mind, recollect
meminisse
to keep in mind, remember (+ Gen. or Acc.)
referre, rettulisse, relātum
to bring back, return
minārī, minātum
to threaten
armāre
to arm
dēsistere, dēstitisse, dēstitutum
to leave off, cease
aliquot
some, several
ubīque
everywhere, anywhere
aliquandō
some time or other, finally
intereā
meanwhile
etiamnunc
even now
dōnec
until
neu
or not; and not
seu
or if, or
utinam
if that, only that, would that