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  1. tribuo -uere -ui -utum
    give, grant, pay, assign
  2. tribus -us f.
    tribe
  3. universus -a -um
    all, whole, general
  4. urgeo urgere
    press hard, urge
  5. uro urere ussi ustum
    burn (trans.)
  6. utrimque
    from or on both sides
  7. vacuus -a -um
    empty
  8. vagor (1)
    wander
  9. vallis -is f.
    valley
  10. veneror (1)
    worship, respect
  11. ver veris n.
    spring (season)
  12. vereor (2)
    fear
  13. versus -us m.
    line of verse
  14. vestio (4)
    clothe
  15. viridis -is -e
    green
  16. vitium -i n.
    fault, vice
  17. voluntas -atis f.
    will, wish
  18. votum -i n.
    vow, wish, prayer
  19. abhinc
    ago
  20. acerbus -a -um
    bitter
  21. adipiscor adipisci adeptus sum
    obtain, acquire
  22. adolescens -entis m.
    young man
  23. adolesco -escere -evi adultum
    grow up
  24. adversus -a -um
    facing, opposite, opposed, unfavourable
  25. adversus (+ acc.)
    against, towards
  26. aemulor (1)
    rival
  27. aemulus -a -um
    rivalling, envious
  28. aestus -us m.
    heat, tide
  29. alacer -cris -cre
    lively, brisk, quick
  30. alienus -a -um
    belonging to another, foreign, foreign to
  31. anceps (gen. -iptis)
    doubtful, undecided
  32. antrum -i n.
    cave
  33. aratrum -i n.
    plough
  34. aro (1)
    plough
  35. arbitror (1)
    think
  36. arcus -us m.
    bow, rainbow, arch, anything arched
  37. ardeo ardere arsi arsum
    burn (intrans.), be ardent
  38. arduus -a -um
    steep, difficult
  39. arguo -uere -ui -utum
    prove, accuse
  40. artus -um m.pl.
    limbs
  41. arvum -i n.
    field
  42. avus -i m.
    grandfather, ancestor
  43. benignus -a -um
    kind
  44. blandior (4) (+ dat.)
    flatter, entice
  45. blandus -a -um
    flattering, pleasant
  46. bona -orum n.pl.
    property, possessions
  47. bracchium -i n.
    arm
  48. cadaver -eris n.
    corpse
  49. caelestis -is -e
    of the sky, heavenly
  50. calidus -a -um
    warm, hot
  51. callidus -a -um
    cunning, clever
  52. carpo carpere carpsi carptum
    pluck, enjoy, vilify
  53. censeo -ere -ui censum
    think, vote, decree, rate
  54. cesso (1)
    delay, cease, be inactive
  55. cieo ciere civi citum
    rouse, set in motion
  56. cinis cineris m.
    ashes
  57. cito (1)
    rouse, summon, quote
  58. cito
    quickly
  59. citerior (gen. -oris)
    on this side, near
  60. citra (adv. and prep. + acc.)
    on this side (of)
  61. coerceo (2)
    confine, restrain, control
  62. commeatus -us m.
    supplies, provisions
  63. concido -cidere -cidi
    fall (esp. in battle), perish, collapse
  64. concido -cidere -cisi -cisum
    cut down, destroy
  65. concilio (1)
    win over, make friendly, procure
  66. concilium -i n.
    assembly, council
  67. confectus -a -um
    worn out
  68. consuesco -suescere -suevi -suetum
    accustom, become accustomed
  69. consuetudo -inis f.
    custom, habit
  70. consulo -sulere -sului -sultum
    consider, consult (+ dat.), take thought for
  71. contio -onis f.
    assembly, speech
  72. cornu -us n.
    horn, wing of army
  73. cotidianus -a -um
    daily
  74. crastinus -a -um
    of tomorrow
  75. creber -bra -brum
    frequent, numerous, crowded
  76. crebro
    frequently
  77. cunctor (1)
    delay
  78. damno (1)
    condemn
  79. damnum -i n.
    damage, loss
  80. daps dapis f.
    feast, banquet
  81. decet
    it is fitting, proper
  82. decus decoris n.
    glory, splendour, honour
  83. dedecet
    it is disgraceful, improper
  84. dedecus -oris n.
    disgrace, dishonour, shame
  85. demo demere dempsi demptum
    take away, remove
  86. demum
    exactly, precisely, at last
  87. desiderium -i n.
    longing, regret
  88. desidero (1)
    long for, miss
  89. detrimentum -i n.
    loss, damage
  90. dimico (1)
    fight, struggle
  91. discors (gen. -cordis)
    disagreeing, at variance
  92. domo domare domui domitum
    tame, subdue, conquer
  93. duplex (gen. -plicis)
    double, twofold
  94. egeo egere egui (+ abl.)
    lack, need
  95. ergo
    therefore
  96. eximius -a -um
    excellent, extraordinary
  97. exitium -i n.
    destruction, ruin
  98. expedio -pedire -pedivi -peditum
    bring out, prepare, arrange, release
  99. expers (gen. -pertis) (+ gen.)
    having no part in, devoid of
  100. facinus -oris n.
    deed, crime
  101. facultas -atis f.
    opportunity, ability, means

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