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  1. no (1)
    swim
  2. nonnullus -a -um
    some, several
  3. nubes nubis f.
    cloud
  4. nubo nubere nupsi nuptum (+ dat.)
    marry
  5. ob (+ acc.)
    on account of, because of
  6. obses obsidis c.
    hostage
  7. obviam eo (ire ivi or ii itum) (+ dat)
    go to meet
  8. occasio -ionis f.
    opportunity, suitable moment
  9. occido -cidere -cidi -casum
    fall down, die, set (of sun)
  10. odi (perf.)
    I hate
  11. odium -i n.
    hatred
  12. officium -i n.
    duty, function, job
  13. omen ominis n.
    omen, sign
  14. onerarius -a -um
    freight-carrying (of merchant ships and pack animals)
  15. onerosus -a -um
    burdensome, heavy
  16. opinio -onis f.
    opinion, belief
  17. opinor (1)
    think, believe
  18. oportet -ere -uit
    it is necessary, right
  19. ordo ordinis m.
    order, row, rank, class
  20. otium -i n.
    leisure, peace
  21. ovis -is f.
    sheep
  22. pabulor (1)
    forage, search for food
  23. pabulum -i n.
    fodder
  24. paco (1)
    subdue, pacify
  25. palus paludis f.
    marsh
  26. passus -us m.
    step, pace
  27. pateo patere patui
    be open, clear, evident
  28. patrius -a -um
    hereditary, ancestral, of one=s father
  29. pecco (1)
    sin, make a mistake
  30. pecus pecudis f.
    animal, head of cattle
  31. pecus pecoris n.
    herd, cattle
  32. pedester -tris -tre
    on foot, on land
  33. pilum -i n.
    javelin
  34. placidus -a -um
    quiet, peaceful
  35. planus -a -um
    level, clear
  36. plebs plebis f.
    the common people, the masses
  37. pluit pluere pluit
    it rains
  38. pondus ponderis n.
    weight
  39. potestas -atis f.
    power
  40. posterior (gen. -oris)
    later, next, following
  41. postremus -a -um
    last, hindmost
  42. potior potiri potitus sum (+ gen. or abl.)
    get, obtain, possess
  43. potior -us
    better, preferable
  44. potius (adv.)
    rather, preferably, more
  45. praeceps (gen. -cipitis)
    headlong, precipitous
  46. praecipito (1)
    throw or cast down, headlong
  47. probus -a -um
    good, upright, virtuous
  48. promptus -a -um
    ready
  49. propter (+ acc.)
    near, on account of
  50. provideo -videre -vidi -visum
    see to, provide for, foresee
  51. pudet pudere puduit or puditum est
    it causes shame, one is ashamed
  52. quaestor -oris m.
    quaestor
  53. quamvis
    although, (with adj. and adv.) however
  54. queror queri questus sum
    complain
  55. quies quietis f.
    rest, calm
  56. quisquam quaequam quicquam
    anyone, anything
  57. quondam
    formerly, once
  58. rapax (gen. rapacis)
    grasping, greedy
  59. ratio -onis f.
    reason, method, plan, way
  60. regius -a -um
    royal
  61. remus -i m.
    oar
  62. renovo (1)
    repair, renew
  63. reperio -ire repperi repertum
    find, find out
  64. requies -ietis f.
    rest
  65. restituo -uere -ui -utum
    restore, return
  66. rota -ae f.
    wheel
  67. salio salire salui saltum
    leap, jump
  68. satisfacio -facere -feci -factum (+ dat.)
    satisfy
  69. sceleratus -a -um
    wicked, criminal
  70. scelus sceleris n.
    crime
  71. seges segetis f.
    growing corn
  72. servitus -utis f.
    slavery
  73. sidus sideris n.
    star, constellation
  74. sileo silere silui
    be silent
  75. sinus -us m.
    breast, lap, bay
  76. sisto sistere stiti statum
    place, be placed, stop
  77. sollicito (1)
    disturb, make anxious, urge, provoke, incite
  78. sollicitudo -inis f.
    worry, anxiety
  79. sollicitus -a -um
    worried, anxious
  80. spatium -i n.
    space, distance, interval
  81. sponte sua, mea, tua
    of its (my, your) own accord, by itself (myself, yourself)
  82. statio -onis f.
    position, outpost
  83. studeo studere studui (+ dat.)
    be eager, keen on, devote oneself to, favour
  84. studium -i n.
    eagerness, enthusiasm, good-will, study
  85. subeo -ire -ii or -ivi itum
    approach, enter, undergo
  86. subter (adv. and prep. + acc.)
    below, underneath
  87. subvenio -venire -veni -ventum (+ dat.)
    come to help, help
  88. succurro -currere -curri -cursum (+ dat.)
    come to help, help
  89. supplex (gen. -icis)
    imploring, suppliant (and as a noun)
  90. supplico (1) (+ dat.)
    beseech, implore
  91. superior -ius
    higher, previous, superior
  92. supra (adv. and prep. + acc.)
    above, beyond
  93. supremus -a -um
    last, latest, greatest
  94. summus -a -um
    highest, the top of, utmost, extreme
  95. suspicor (1)
    suspect
  96. tardus -a -um
    slow
  97. tellus -uris f.
    earth, land, country
  98. tempestas -atis f.
    weather, storm
  99. testis -is c.
    witness
  100. testor (1)
    show, prove, declare, call to witness
  101. trepido (1)
    be alarmed, agitated

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