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lacrima, -ae, f

tears

litterae, -arum, f pl

letters, literature

praeda, -ae, f

loot, booty, plunder

rīpa, -ae, f

bank (of a river)

vigilia, -ae, f

watchfullness

hīberna, -orum, n pl

winter

impedīmenta, -orum, n pl

hindrance, baggage

officium, -i, n

duty

pīlum, -i, n

javelin

praesidium, -i, n

garrison

cūstōs, cūstodis, m

guard

dolor, doloris, m

grief

eques, equitis, m

horseman

hospes, hospitis, m.

guest

imperator, imperatoris, m.

commander, general

mēnsis, mensis, m.

mouth

classis, classis, f

fleet

facultās, facultatis, f

ability

laus, laudis, f

praise

legiō, legionis, f

legion

onus, oneris, n

burden

ōs, ossis, n

bone

exercitus, exercitus, m

army

fluctus, fluctus, n

wave

impetus, impetus, n

attack

magistratus, magistratus, m

magistrate, civil office

ūsus, usus, m

use, skill, advantage

impeditus, -a, -um

hindered

mirus, -a, -um

wonderful

privatus, -a, -um

private

ultimus, -a, -um

finally, last

interior, -ius

inner, interior

levis, -e

light, mild

prior, -ius

former, first

prūdens

wise, sensible, prudent

tālis, -e

such, of such a kind

frūstrā

(adv) in vain

inde

thence, from there

intereā

meanwhile

item

likewise, besides, also, similarly

iūvō, iuvāre, iuvi, iutus

to help

orare

to beg

perturbare

to confuse, to perturb, to disturb

exerceo, exercere, excercui, exercitum

to train, to cultivate, to exercise

iaceo, iacere, iacui, iactum

to lie down

liceor, liceri, licitus sum

to bid

oporteo, oportere, oportui, oportuitus

to require, to order

caedo, caedere, cecidi, caesum

to cut, to slaughter

confideo, confidere, confisus sum

to believe

conscendo, conscendere, conscendi, conscensus

to climb up, ascend

conscribo, conscribere, conscripsi, conscriptus

to write on

consuesco, consuescere, consuevi, consuetus

to become familiar with

deduco, deducere, deduxi, deductus

to lead, to draw

descendo, descendere, descendi, descensus

to descend

disco, discere, didici, discitu

to learn

efficio, efficere, effeci, effectus

to make, to accomplish, to effect

emereo, emerere, emerui, emeritus

to earn, to obtain

eripio, eripere, eripui, ereptus

to snatch away

incendo, incendere, incendi, incensus

to set on fire

ineo, inire, inivi(ii), initus

to enter, to begin

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