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ille
that, he, she, it
bellator
warrior
fortuna
fate, luck, fortune (good or bad)
culpa
fault, blame
satis
enough
paeniteo
displease, vex, make sorry
ignosco
forgive, pardon, excuse
intellego
understand, perceive, realise
licet
[with or without dat of person] it is lawful, is allowed, is permitted
placeo
be pleasing, give pleasure, be acceptable
utinam
if only
horologium
clock, watch, sun-dial
ultimus
last, furthest, utmost (adjective)
ultimus
the last one, the farthest or most remote one (noun)
vox
voice, shout, word
deus
god
caveo
beware (of), take care
vulnus
wound, injury
hic
this
ergo
therefore (e)
usque
all the way, right up to, continuously
vinco
conquer, defeat, win, be victorious
sed
but
currus
chariot
traho
pull, drag, draw
volo
fly
locus
place, position, situation, opportunity
supra
above, over, superior to
omnia
all things, everything (pl.)
omnes
all people, everyone, they all
quod
because, (as to) the fact that
juvo / iuvo
help, aid, gratify
barbarus
barbarian, foreigner, stranger
scriptus
written
ludus
school, game (pl. the games)
saltus
jump, leap
natura
nature
solitudo
desert, wilderness / loneliness, solitude, exile
appello
call, name (a)
contra
against
praenomen
first name
victoria
victory
vita
life
inter
between, among
natus
born, made
solus
alone, only, sole, single
solum
only, just
genus
race, descent, birth, kind
tempus
time
oculus
eye
nix
snow
caelum
sky, heaven
primus
first, chief
primā luce
at dawn, at first light
perna
a haunch, ham with the leg, gammon
vireo
be green, be lively, bloom
factus
made, finished, artistic
praetextus
bordered, edged
togatus
wearing a toga, Roman citizen
officium
duty, office, task, function
consul
consul
cupio
long for, desire, wish, want
hodie
today
maritus
married, matrimonial
uniformis
uniform, having only one shape
manicatus
long-sleeved
semper
always
virilis
manly, of a man, masculine
quoque
also, too (q)
navis
ship
quinque
five
mortuus
dead
absum
be absent, be away, be distant
Martius
March, the month of March
exspecto
wait for, expect
folium
leaf
aestimo
estimate, value, judge
onus
burden, load
levo
lift up, raise, elevate
ex
out of (prep. w. ablative)
adversus
facing, opposing, fronting
secundus
following, next, second, favourable
publicus
public, common
nihil
nothing
argumentum
argument, proof, theme, subject
carpo
seize, pick, tear off
ante
before, in front of (w. accusative)
demonstro
show, point out, describe
mens
mind
acies
sharpe edge, line, army line
interrogatio
questioning, interrogation, examination
nunc
now
sol
sun, sunlight
curtus
shortened, mutilated, broken, short
cado
fall, perish
ad
to, towards, at, about, near (+ acc.)
duo
two
pensilis
hanging, pendent, pensile
numquam
never
nec
and not, also not, nor (short)
causa
cause, reason, case
spero
hope, expect, look for
spiro
breathe, respire, draw breath
umbra
shadow, ghost
mundus
world, universe
triumphus
triumph, celebration of victory
cano
sing, sound, play (of trumpets etc.)
decem
ten
pridie
on the previous day
saeculum
generation, century
centuria
century, company of 100 soldiers
multiplico
multiply, increase, augment
adfero
bring to, deliver, carry
ignis
fire
rideo
laugh
rarus
thinly scattered, rare
noceo
hurt, harm
simplex
simple, artless, plain
consonus
harmonious, suitable
sapiens
wise, sensible
vicis
condition, occasion, turn, succession
membrum
limb, member
arma
arms, weapons, armour
contendo
hurry, march, contend, fight
satura
satire / mixture, hotchpotch
festino
make haste, hurry
impero
order, command (i)
divido
divide, separate
amabo
please (a)
solanum tuberosum
potato
tuberosus
full of lumps
tunsus
beaten, mashed
tundo
beat, strike, buffet
concedo
yield, withdraw, concede, grant permission
sculptile
a carved image, statue
occido
kill
custodio
guard
ipse
the very, himself, herself, itself
lectio
lesson, reading
ferus
wild, untamed, rude
vērē
in fact, really, indeed
resurgo
rise up
coniungo
join (together)
aptus
suitable, fit, comfortable to
tela
web, plan
comedo
eat up, devour
hiemo
spend the winter
occupatus
busy (o)
finis
end, boundary, pl territory
constituo
decide, establish
sententia
opinion, judgement, sentence
aequalitas
equality, similarity, likeness
fraternitas
brotherhood, fraternity
acer
maple tree
acernus
of maple wood
baccalaureus
bachelor
Bononia
Bologna
Oxonia
Oxford
Cantabrigia
Cambridge
Anglia
England
Scotia
Scotland
Cambria
Wales
Hibernia
Ireland, the island of Ireland
divitia
riches, wealth (mostly in plural)
depono
lay away, put aside, set down
pastor
herdsman, sheperd
vigilo
keep watch, lie awake
custodio
guard, keep, protect, watch
vigilia
watch (of the night), sleeplessness, wakefulness
grex
herd, flock
pannus
cloth, rag
involvo
wrap up, envelop, involve
praesepe
crib, pen, hut, enclosure
subito
suddenly
militia
military service, army, warfare
caelestis
heavenly
tunc
then, at that time
illudo
mock, fool
quoniam
since, seeing that
iratus
angry
aper
wild boar
defero
bring, bring away, take down, drive away, grant
laus
praise, honour, credit
multitudo
crowd, multitude