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  1. antiquus -a -um
    ancient
  2. anulus -i m.
    ring
  3. apis -is f.
    bee
  4. as assis m.
    small coin
  5. aspicio -ere -spexi -spectum
    look at
  6. assentio -ire -sensi -sensum (+ dat.)
    agree with
  7. assentior -iri -sensus (+ dat.)
    agree with
  8. ater atra atrum
    black
  9. atqui
    but
  10. atrox -ocis
    savage, fierce, cruel
  11. aufero -ferre abstuli ablatum
    take away, carry off
  12. aula -ae f.
    court-yard, palace
  13. aureus -a -um
    golden
  14. auris -is f.
    ear
  15. aurora -ae f.
    dawn
  16. avis -is f.
    bird
  17. beatus -a -um
    happy, wealthy
  18. beneficium -i n.
    kindness, good turn, benefit
  19. bis
    twice
  20. caeruleus -a -um
    dark blue or green
  21. calor -oris m.
    heat
  22. canus -a -um
    white, grey (esp. of hair)
  23. capesso -ere -ivi -itum
    undertake, lay hold of
  24. capillus -i m.
    hair
  25. capto (1)
    try to get, chase
  26. caro carnis f.
    flesh
  27. causa -ae f.
    cause, law-case
  28. celsus -a -um
    high
  29. censor -oris m.
    censor (official)
  30. circiter
    about
  31. circulus -i m.
    circle, ring
  32. circumvenio -ire -veni -ventum
    surround
  33. clam (adv. or + abl. or acc.)
    secretly, unknown to
  34. coeo -ire -ii -itum
    come together, meet
  35. coetus -us m.
    assembly, crowd
  36. cognatus -a -um
    related, relation
  37. cognomen -inis n.
    surname
  38. colligo -ere -legi -lectum
    collect, recover oneself (with reflexive)
  39. colloco (1)
    place, position
  40. colonus -i m.
    farmer, colonist
  41. columna -ae f.
    column, pillar
  42. comitor -ari -atus
    accompany
  43. communis -is -e
    common, general
  44. commuto (1)
    change, exchange
  45. complector -plecti -plexus
    embrace, include
  46. compono -ere -posui -positum
    put together, compose, arrange
  47. comprimo -ere -pressi -pressum
    restrain, suppress
  48. conatus -us m.
    attempt, effort
  49. concito (1)
    stir up, excite, rouse
  50. concordia -ae f.
    agreement, union
  51. concors -cordis
    in agreement, united
  52. concurro -ere -curri -cursum
    assemble hurriedly, meet in battle
  53. concursus -us m.
    assembly, collision
  54. condemno (1)
    condemn, sentence
  55. confido -ere -fisus sum (+ dat.)
    trust in
  56. confirmo (1)
    strengthen, encourage
  57. confiteor -eri -fessus
    admit, confess
  58. consolor -ari -atus
    comfort, console
  59. convenio -ire -veni -ventum
    meet together, be suitable,be agreed upon
  60. convoco (1)
    call together, summon
  61. coram (adv. and + abl.)
    openly, in the presence of
  62. crinis -is m.
    hair
  63. decedo -ere -cessi -cessum
    depart, retire, cease
  64. decipio -cipere -cepi -ceptum
    deceive
  65. decretum -i n.
    decision, decree
  66. defessus -a -um
    exhausted
  67. denarius -i m.
    silver coin
  68. dens dentis m.
    tooth
  69. densus -a -um
    crowded, thick, frequent
  70. desero -ere -serui -sertum
    abandon, desert
  71. despicio -spicere -spexi -spectum
    look down, despise
  72. deterior -ior -ius
    worse, inferior
  73. dictum -i n.
    saying, command
  74. difficultas -atis f.
    difficulty
  75. dimitto -ere -misi -missum
    dismiss, abandon
  76. discedo -ere -cessi -cessum
    go away, depart
  77. disciplina -ae f.
    learning, knowledge, discipline
  78. discipulus -i m.
    pupil
  79. displiceo -ere -plicui
    displease
  80. dissentio -ire -sensi -sensum
    disagree
  81. dives divitis
    rich
  82. divitiae -arum f.pl.
    riches
  83. divus -a -um
    divine
  84. doctus -a -um
    learned
  85. dormio -ire -ivi -itum
    sleep
  86. edo edere edidi editum
    give out, produce, publish
  87. effigies -ei f.
    image, statue
  88. epulae -arum f.pl.
    banquet, feast
  89. epulor -ari -atus
    feast
  90. erga (+ acc.)
    towards
  91. exsul -ulis c.
    exile
  92. exsulto (1)
    jump about, rejoice
  93. extemplo
    immediately
  94. faber fabri m.
    workman, smith, carpenter
  95. fabricor -ari -atus
    build, make
  96. fasces -ium m.pl.
    fasces, bundle of rods carried by lictors
  97. favor -oris m.
    favour, support, applause
  98. febris -is f.
    fever
  99. fenestra -ae f.
    window
  100. ferme
    almost, nearly, about
  101. fido -ere fisus sum (+ dat.)
    trust in

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