Latin 34

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adversus, a, um

opposite, adverse

talis, tale

such, of such a sort

vae

alas, woe to

anima

soul, spirit

remissio (remissionis)

letting go, release; relaxation

vox (vocis)

voice, word

arbitror, -ari

to judge, think

conor, -ari

to try, attempt

cresco, -ere

to increase

egredior, -i (egressus)

to go out

fateor, -eri (fassus)

to confess, admit

hortor, -ari

to encourage, urge

loquor, -i (locutus)

to say, speak, tell

molior, -iri (molitus)

to work at, build, undertake, plan

morior, -i (mortuus)

to die

nascor, -i (natus)

to be born; spring forth, arise

patior, -i (passus)

to suffer, endure, permit

proficiscor, -i (profectus)

to set out, start

rusticor, -ari

to live in the country

sedeo, -ere (sedi)

to sit

sequor, -i (secutus)

to follow

specto, -are

to look at, see

utor, -i (usus)

to use; enjoy, experience (+ abl.)

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