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151-300 of Diederich's 300 Most Frequent Latin Words
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Undergraduate 2
08/08/2013

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sanctus
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holy, sacred
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verus, a, um
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true, real; proper (adjective)
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lego, legere, legi, lectum
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to pick out, choose; read (verb)
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credo, credere, credidi, creditum
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to believe, trust (verb)
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cura, curae, f.
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care, attention; love; anxiety (noun)
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mitto, mittere, misi, missum
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to send (verb)
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mens, mentis, f.
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mind, thought; intention (noun)
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plus, pluris
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more (adjective)
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scio, scire, scivi, scitum
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to know (verb)
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vinco, vincere, vici, victum
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to conquer (verb)
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vivo, vivere, vixi, victum
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to live (verb)
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ignis, ignis, m.
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fire, flame
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maximus, a, um
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greatest (adjective)
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puella, puellae, f.
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girl (noun)
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fortis, forte
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strong, brave (adjective)
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hostis, hostis, m.
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an enemy; pl., the enemy (noun)
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ceteri, ceterae, cetera
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the remaining, the rest, the other, all the others (adjective)
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arma, armorum, n.
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arms, weapons (noun)
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mos, moris, m.
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habit, custom, manner; pl., character (noun)
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saepe
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often (adverb)
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voco, vocare, vocavi, vocatum
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to call (verb)
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amicus, a, um
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friendly (adjective, but often used as substantive noun);
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genus, generis, n.
Definition
origin, kind, sort, class (noun)
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-ne
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indicates a question: whether, or (enclitic)
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vox, vocis, f.
Definition
voice, word (noun)
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alter
Definition
the one, the other (of two); next (adjective)
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magis
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more (adverb)
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scribo, scribere, scripsi, scriptum
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to write (verb)
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duo, duae, duo
Definition
two (adjective)
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sequor, sequi, secutus sum
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to follow (verb)
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ars, artis, f.
Definition
skill, art (noun)
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caput, capitis, n.
Definition
head; leader; beginning (noun)
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moveo, movere, movi, motum
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to move; affect (verb)
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summus, a, um
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highest (adjective)
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dulcis, dulce
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sweet, pleasant, agreeable (adjective)
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novus, a, um
Definition
new; last (adjective)
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quam
Definition
how (adverb)
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doceo, docere, docui, doctum
Definition
to teach (verb)
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natura, naturae, f.
Definition
nature (noun)
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iuvenis, iuvenis, m.
Definition
young man (noun)
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loquor, loqui, locutus sum
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to say, speak, tell (verb)
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maior, maius
Definition
greater, older (adjective)
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pes, pedis, m.
Definition
foot (noun)
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populus, populi, m.
Definition
people (noun)
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ergo
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therefore (conjunction)
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-ve
Definition
or (enclitic)
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aqua, aquae, f.
Definition
water (noun)
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invenio, invenire, inveni, inventum
Definition
find (verb)
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labor, laboris, m.
Definition
work, labor (noun)
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refero, referre, rettuli, relatum
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to carry back, bring back; repeat, answer (verb)
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gravis, grave
Definition
heavy, serious, important, grievous (adjective)
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virtus, virtutis, f.
Definition
manliness, courage, excellence, virtue (noun)
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ibi
Definition
there (adverb)
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mare, maris, n.
Definition
sea (noun)
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via, viae, f.
Definition
way, road, street (noun)
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consilium, consilii, n.
Definition
plan, purpose; advice (noun)
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debeo, debere, debui, debitum
Definition
to owe; ought (verb)
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natus, nati m.
Definition
son, child (noun)
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sol, solis, m.
Definition
sun (noun)
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super
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+ acc. above (preposition)
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coepi, coepisse, coeptus sum
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began (verb)
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inquam
Definition
say (verb)
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certus, a, um
Definition
definite, sure, certain (adjective)
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sto, stare, steti, statum
Definition
to stand, stand still (verb)
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medius, a, um
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middle (adjective)
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sacer, sacra, sacrum
Definition
holy (adjective)
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sicut
Definition
as, just as (adverb)
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pectus, pectoris, n.
Definition
breast, heart (noun)
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altus, alta, altum
Definition
high, deep (adjective)
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vos
Definition
you (plural) (pronoun)
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cunctus, cuncta, cunctum
Definition
all, every (adjective)
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oculus, oculi, m.
Definition
eye (noun)
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satis
Definition
enough, sufficient (adjective)
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valeo, valere, valui, valiturum
Definition
to be strong; have power; be well (verb)
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senex, senis, m.
Definition
old (man) (adjective)
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vester, vestra, vestrum
Definition
your (plural) (adjective)
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gens, gentis, f.
Definition
clan, race, nation, people (noun)
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puto, putare, putavi, putatum
Definition
to reckon, suppose, suppose, think, imagine (verb)
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studium, studii, n.
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eagerness, zeal, pursuit (noun)
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publicus, a, um
Definition
public (adjective)
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secundus, a, um
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second; favorable (adjective)
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equus, equi, m.
Definition
horse (noun)
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redeo, redire, redii, reditum
Definition
to go back, return (verb)
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numquam
Definition
never (adverb)
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fugio, fugere, fugi, fugiturum
Definition
to flee, hurry away (verb)
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orbis, orbis n.
Definition
circle, territory; region (noun)
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quisquis, quidquid
Definition
whoever, whatever (indefinite pronoun)
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gratia, gratiae, f.
Definition
gratitude, thanks (noun)
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itaque
Definition
and so (conjunction)
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quasi
Definition
as if, as it were (adverb)
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regnum, regni, n.
Definition
kingdom (noun)
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relinquo, relinquere, reliqui, relictum
Definition
to leave behind, leave, abandon, desert (verb)
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miser, misera, miserum
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miserable, wretched (adjective)
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dux, ducis, m.
Definition
leader, guide, commander, general (noun)
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fortuna, fortunae, f.
Definition
fortune, luck (noun)
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igitur
Definition
therefore, accordingly (conjunction)
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simul
Definition
at the same time (adverb)
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bene
Definition
well, satisfactorily, quite (adverb)
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lex, legis, f.
Definition
law, statute (noun)
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littera, litterae, f.
Definition
letter (of alphabet) (noun)
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respondeo, respondere, respondi, responsum
Definition
to answer (verb)
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aurum, auri, n.
Definition
gold; riches (noun)
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cano, canere, cecini, cantum
Definition
sing, celebrate, chant; recite (verb)
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gero, gerere, gessi, gestum
Definition
to carry, manage, conduct; accomplish (verb)
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unde
Definition
whence, from what source (conjunction)
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fatum, fati, n.
Definition
fate, death (noun)
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honor, honoris, m.
Definition
honor, esteem; public office (noun)
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munus, muneris, n.
Definition
task, gift, service, public show
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quisquam, quidquam
Definition
anyone (indefinite pronoun)
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soleo, solere, solitus sum
Definition
to be accustomed (verb)
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tres, tria
Definition
three (adjective)
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apud
Definition
+ acc., at, with (preposition)
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civitas, civitatis, f.
Definition
state, citizenship (noun)
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fides, fidei, f.
Definition
faith, trust, fidelity, promise, guarantee (noun)
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laus, laudis, f.
Definition
praise (noun)
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patria, patriae, f.
Definition
fatherland, country (noun)
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aetas, aetatis, f.
Definition
period, time of life, age (noun)
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ingenium, ingenii, n.
Definition
natural talent (noun)
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mons, montis, m.
Definition
mountain (noun)
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finis, finis, m.
Definition
end, limit, boundary, purpose (noun)
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parens, parentis, m./f.
Definition
parent (noun)
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iter, itineris, n.
Definition
road, march, journey (noun)
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quicumque, quaecumque, quodcumque
Definition
whoever, whatever (relative pronoun)
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ratio, rationis, f.
Definition
reckoning, account, reason, judgment, manner (noun)
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reddo, reddere, reddidi, redditum
Definition
deliver (verb)
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nosco, noscere
Definition
to get to know; learn, find out; recognize (verb)
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signum, signi, n.
Definition
sign, signal, seal, indication (noun)
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adsum, adesse, adfui, adfuturum
Definition
be present; assist, aid (verb)
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deinde
Definition
then, next (adverb)
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ferus, fera, ferum
Definition
wild (adjective)
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anima, animae, f.
Definition
soul, spirit (noun)
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licet, licere, licuit
Definition
it is permitted, one may (verb)
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orior, oriri, ortus sum
Definition
to rise, arise; spring from, appear (verb)
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inde
Definition
then, after that (adverb)
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melior, melius
Definition
better (adjective)
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mereor, mereri, meritus sum
Definition
deserve, merit
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timeo, timere, timui
Definition
to fear (verb)
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ullus, a, um
Definition
any (adjective)
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plenus, a, um
Definition
full (adjective)
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usque
Definition
all the way (adverb)
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uterque, utraque, utrumque
Definition
each of two (pronoun)
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dignus, a, um
Definition
+ abl.,worthy, worthy of (adjective)
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placeo, placere, placui, placitum
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+ dat.,to be pleasing to, please (verb)
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seu
Definition
whether, or if, or (conjunction)
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castra, castrorum,, n.
Definition
camp (noun)
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fleo, flere, flevi, fletus
Definition
weep (verb)
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levis, leve
Definition
light, slight, easy, trivial (adjective)
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mundus, mundi, m.
Definition
world, universe (noun)
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paro, parare, paravi, paratum
Definition
to prepare, provide, get, obtain (verb)
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prior, prius
Definition
former (adjective)
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