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  1. antecello -ere (+ dat. or acc.)
    surpass, be superior to
  2. anus -us f.
    old woman
  3. anxius -a -um
    anxious, uneasy
  4. apto (1)
    fit, make ready
  5. aptus -a -um (+ abl.)
    fitted with, equipped with
  6. ardor -oris m.
    heat, eagerness, ardour
  7. arena -ae f.
    sand, arena
  8. aries arietis m.
    ram, battering-ram
  9. armiger -eri m.
    armour-bearer
  10. artifex -icis m.
    craftsman
  11. asinus -i m.
    donkey
  12. aspergo -ere -spersi -spersum
    sprinkle on, bespatter
  13. assiduus -a -um
    persistent, incessant
  14. atrium -i n.
    hall, court
  15. attollo -ere
    raise, exalt
  16. augur -uris c.
    augur, prophet
  17. augurium -i n.
    prophecy, sign (esp. by bird)
  18. auguror -ari -atus
    predict
  19. augustus -a -um
    venerable, grand
  20. avaritia -ae f.
    greed
  21. avarus -a -um
    greedy
  22. avello -ere -velli (or -vulsi) -vulsum
    tear off, tear away
  23. aveo (in imper. ave or avete)
    hail, farewell
  24. barba -ae f.
    beard
  25. bello (1)
    wage war
  26. bellus -a -um
    fine, handsome, pretty
  27. benevolentia -ae f.
    kindness, good will
  28. biduum -i n.
    period of two days
  29. blanditia -ae f.
    flattery
  30. calculus -i m.
    pebble
  31. capax (gen. capacis)
    spacious, capable
  32. caper -pri m.
    he-goat
  33. carina -ae f.
    keel, ship
  34. carnifex -icis m.
    executioner, murderer
  35. catena -ae f.
    chain, fetter
  36. cerebrum -i n.
    brain
  37. cervus -i m.
    stag
  38. ceu
    as, just as
  39. charta -ae f.
    paper
  40. clavis -is f.
    key
  41. clemens (gen. -entis)
    gentle, merciful
  42. cliens -entis c.
    client (of patronus)
  43. clientela -ae f.
    clientship, group of clients
  44. clipeus -i m.
    shield
  45. cohibeo -ere -ui -itum
    restrain, check
  46. collega -ae m.
    colleague
  47. colloquium -i n.
    conversation, conference
  48. comitia -orum n.pl.
    assembly for elections, elections
  49. commemoro (1)
    mention, relate
  50. commendo (1)
    entrust
  51. commercium -i n.
    trade, dealings
  52. concresco -ere -crevi -cretum
    become hard or solid
  53. condicio -onis f.
    terms, circumstances, condition
  54. confestim
    immediately, speedily
  55. congrego (1)
    collect, gather together
  56. coniugium -i n.
    marriage
  57. conscientia -ae f.
    knowlege, consciousness, conscience
  58. conscius -a -um
    aware (of), in the know
  59. consequor -sequi -secutus
    result, catch up, reach
  60. consido -ere -sedi -sessum
    sit down, settle, abate
  61. contentio -onis f.
    struggle, dispute
  62. conticesco -ere -ticui
    fall silent, still
  63. continens (gen. -entis)
    adjacent, unbroken, continuous
  64. contingit
    it happens
  65. continuo (adv.)
    immediately
  66. contionor -ari -atus
    address a meeting
  67. conubium -i n.
    marriage
  68. credulus -a -um
    (too) trusting, ready to believe
  69. cremo (1)
    burn, cremate
  70. crucio (1)
    torture
  71. cruciatus -us m.
    torment
  72. cruentus -a -um
    bloody
  73. cruor -oris m.
    blood, gore
  74. cubile -is n.
    bed
  75. cumulo (1)
    pile up
  76. cumulus -i m.
    heap, pile
  77. curvus -a -um
    bent, crooked
  78. debello (1)
    end a war, subdue
  79. decerto (1)
    fight (to the end), contend
  80. definio -ire -ivi -itum
    define, determine, lay down
  81. delecto (1)
    delight, please
  82. delego (1)
    assign, commit
  83. deminuo -ere -ui -utum
    lessen, make smaller
  84. depr(eh)endo -ere -endi -ensum
    catch, arrest, detect
  85. destituo -ere -ui -utum
    abandon
  86. devoro (1)
    devour, consume
  87. diffido -ere -fisus sum (+ dat.)
    distrust, despair
  88. dignor -ari -atus
    think worthy, deign
  89. dirigo -ere -rexi -rectum
    direct, send straight
  90. disertus -a -um
    eloquent
  91. dispar (gen. -paris)
    unequal, unlike
  92. dispicio -spicere -spexi -spectum
    discern, perceive, make out
  93. dispono -ere -posui -positum
    arrange, station
  94. distinguo -ere -stinxi -stinctum
    distinguish
  95. disto -are
    be distant, be different
  96. diversus -a -um
    opposite, different, separate
  97. divino (1)
    foresee, prophesy
  98. domesticus -a -um
    belonging to the family, private, internal
  99. dominor -ari -atus
    rule, reign, have power
  100. ebur eboris n.
    ivory
  101. eburneus -a -um
    made of ivory

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Ox Lat 2 14
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