praedor, praedari, praedatus sum
to acquire loot, plunder; to take as plunder
horseman; knight, equestrian
tempero, temperare, temperavi, temperatus
to exercise restraint; to moderate, control
the spending of money, expenditure
parcus, parca, parcum
unity; simplicity, sincerity; lack of sophistication, ignorance
perennis, perennis, perenne
lasting through the years, eternal
exterreo, exterrēre, exterrui, exterritus
to frighten, terrify
flumineus, fluminea, flumineum
of a river
illicit lover, adulterer
young bull, bullock
varus, vara, varum
bent outwards, curving
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