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  1. abdo abdere abdidi abditum
    hide
  2. acer acris acre
    keen, sharp
  3. acies -iei f.
    battle-line
  4. addo addere addidi additum
    add
  5. adorior -oriri -ortus sum
    attack
  6. advenio -venire -veni -ventum
    arrive
  7. adventus -us m.
    arrival
  8. aegre
    scarcely, with difficulty
  9. aegre fero (ferre tuli latum)
    resent, take badly
  10. aequor -oris n.
    sea, level space
  11. aequus -a -um
    level, even, equal, fair
  12. aer aeris m.
    air
  13. aestimo (1)
    value, reckon
  14. aggredior -gredi -gressus sum
    approach, attack, undertake
  15. agnosco -noscere -novi -notum
    recognise
  16. albus -a -um
    white
  17. ambulo (1)
    walk
  18. amicitia -ae f.
    friendship
  19. amitto -mittere -misi -missum
    lose
  20. anima -ae f.
    breath, life, soul
  21. aperio aperire aperui apertum
    open
  22. appropinquo (1) (+ dat.)
    approach
  23. aptus -a -um
    suitable, fitting, suited
  24. arcesso -cessere -cessivi -cessitum
    send for, summon
  25. arx arcis f.
    citadel, fortress
  26. ascendo -cendere -cendi -censum
    climb
  27. asper -era -erum
    rough
  28. audacia -ae f.
    boldness, daring, recklessness
  29. audax (gen. audacis)
    bold, daring, reckless
  30. audeo audere ausus sum
    dare
  31. augeo augere auxi auctum
    increase (trans.)
  32. bibo bibere bibi
    drink
  33. brevis -is -e
    short
  34. caedo caedere cecidi caesum
    cut, beat, kill
  35. caelum -i n.
    sky, heaven
  36. candidus -a -um
    white, bright
  37. carus -a -um
    dear
  38. caveo cavere cavi cautum
    beware (of)
  39. cavus -a -um
    hollow
  40. cedo cedere cessi cessum
    yield, depart
  41. celer celeris celere
    swift
  42. celeriter
    quickly
  43. celo (1)
    hide
  44. centurio -onis m.
    centurion
  45. cerno cernere crevi cretum
    see, perceive
  46. certus -a -um
    sure, certain, fixed
  47. circa (adv. and prep. + acc.)
    around, about (of place, time, number)
  48. circiter (adv. and prep. + acc.)
    about (of time and number)
  49. circum (adv. and prep. + acc.)
    round, about (of place)
  50. clades -is f.
    defeat, disaster
  51. claudo claudere clausi clausum
    shut
  52. coepi (perf.)
    I began
  53. cognosco -noscere -novi -nitum
    find out, learn, (in perf.) know
  54. cogo cogere coegi coactum
    collect, compel, force
  55. collis -is m.
    hill
  56. collum -i n.
    neck
  57. colo colere colui cultum
    cultivate, tend, worship
  58. color -oris m.
    colour
  59. complures -es -a
    several, quite a few
  60. conficio -ficere -feci -fectum
    construct, carry through, complete
  61. contemno -temnere -tempsi -temptum
    despise
  62. contra (+ acc.)
    against
  63. copia -ae f.
    supply, plenty, abundance
  64. cotidie
    daily, every day
  65. cras
    tomorrow
  66. creo (1)
    make, create
  67. crimen -inis n.
    charge, crime
  68. cupido -inis f.
    desire
  69. cura -ae f.
    care, anxiety, concern
  70. curo (1)
    care for, attend to, see to it that
  71. decerno -cernere -crevi -cretum
    decide, decree
  72. declaro (1)
    declare, state
  73. dedo dedere dedidi deditum
    surrender, give up (trans.)
  74. deinde
    then, next
  75. deleo delere delevi deletum
    destroy
  76. denique
    finally, last, in short
  77. descendo -scendere -scendi -scensum
    go down
  78. dimidium -i n.
    half
  79. dimidius -a -um
    half
  80. dissimilis -is -e (+ gen. or dat.)
    unlike
  81. divido -videre -visi -visum
    divide
  82. doleo dolere dolui
    feel pain, grief
  83. dolor -oris m.
    pain, grief
  84. dubium -i n.
    doubt
  85. dubius -a -um
    doubtful
  86. durus -a -um
    hard
  87. egredior -gredi -gressus sum
    go out, disembark, leave
  88. egregius -a -um
    outstanding, uncommon
  89. emo emere emi emptum
    buy
  90. equester -tris -tre
    of cavalry, of equestrian rank
  91. equitatus -us m.
    cavalry
  92. erro (1)
    wander, go wrong, make a mistake
  93. erumpo -rumpere -rupi -ruptum
    break out, make a sally
  94. exemplum -i n.
    example
  95. exerceo -cere -cui -citum
    train, practise
  96. exiguus -a -um
    small, meagre
  97. exilium -i n.
    exile, banishment
  98. expugno (1)
    take by storm
  99. exspecto (1)
    wait, await, expect
  100. facies -iei f.
    face, appearance
  101. fallax (gen. fallacis)
    deceitful, treacherous

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Ox Lat 2 1
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