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essere
v. be, exist; occur, happen; become; there is, there exists; cost

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ero
N M
kind of basket made with plaited reeds; hamper; (aero)

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ero
ero, eronis
n. m. kind of basket made with plaited reeds; hamper; (aero); 
 
admoderor
admoderor, admoderari, , V
v. control (w/DAT); keep within limits; moderate; 
 
adpiciscor
adpiciscor, adpicisci, , V
v. bargain?; 
 
adtuor
adtuor, adtui, , V
v. observe, look at; 
 
ammoderor
ammoderor, ammoderari, , V
v. control (w/DAT); keep within limits; moderate; 
 
appiciscor
appiciscor, appicisci, , V
v. bargain?; 
 
attuor
attuor, attui, , V
v. observe, look at; 
 
bellor
bellor, bellari, , V
v. fight, wage war, struggle; take part in war/battle/fight (also animals/games); 
 
benignor
benignor, benignari, , V
v. rejoice, take delight (in); 
 
bobu
bobu, , , 1
v. ox; bull; cow; cattle (pl.); (odd form of bos or bus); 
 
bou
bou, , , 1
v. ox; bull; cow; cattle (pl.); (odd form of bos or bus); 
 
bovinor
bovinor, bovinari, , V
v. bellow at, revile; brawl; 
 
caerimonior
caerimonior, caerimoniari, , V
v. treat with due ceremony; worship; 
 
calvor
calvor, calvi, , V
v. deceive, intrigue/use subterfuge/tricks against; 
 
carinor
carinor, carinari, , V
v. curse, abuse, revile, blame; use abusive language; 
 
carnificor
carnificor, carnificari, , V
v. execute; behead; butcher; cut in pieces, mangle; 
 
carnuficor
carnuficor, carnuficari, , V
v. execute; behead; butcher; cut in pieces, mangle; 
 
ceremonior
ceremonior, ceremoniari, , V
v. treat with due ceremony; worship; 
 
cerimonior
cerimonior, cerimoniari, , V
v. treat with due ceremony; worship; 
 
chel
chel, , , 9
v. lyre, harp; tortoise shell (from which lyres were made); tortoise; 
 
chely
chely, , , 9
v. lyre, harp; tortoise shell (from which lyres were made); tortoise; 
 
chodcho
chodcho, PRO, , 7
v. whatever; everything/anything (which); valuable merchandise (Souter); 
 
clueor
clueor, clueri, , V
v. be called, be named, be reputed/spoken of/said to be; be reckoned as existing; 
 
compartior
compartior, comparti, , V
v. share; divide something with one (L+S); (PASS) be made partaker of; 
 
conlimitor
conlimitor, conlimitari, , V
v. border upon; (w/DAT); 
 
conpartior
conpartior, conparti, , V
v. share; divide something with one (L+S); (PASS) be made partaker of; 
 
consecor
consecor, conseci, , V
v. follow, go after; attend on; pursue; catch up with, overtake; follow up; 
 
contuor
contuor, contui, , V
v. look at/gaze on/behold; see to; be in sight of, have view of; contemplate/weigh; 
 
convescor
convescor, convesci, , V
v. eat with one; (eccl.); 
 
d
d, , , 1
v. god; 
 
defruor
defruor, defrui, , V
v. use up; consume by enjoying; 
 
demelior
demelior, demeliri, , V
v. consume, destroy, demolish, lay waste; 
 
denascor
denascor, denasci, , V
v. dwindle, go back in growth; lose vigor; perish, die (L+S); 
 
deu
deu, , , 1
v. god; God!: Oh God; 
 
devescor
devescor, devesci, , V
v. devour, eat up; 
 
di
di, , , 1
v. god; 
 
diffiteor
diffiteor, diffiteri, , V
v. disavow, deny; 
 
dii
dii, , , 1
v. god; 
 
e
e, PRO, , 1
v. this; person/thing present/just mentioned/in this place; ((h)(a)ec); +DEMONS; 
 
e, PRO, , 1
v. these (pl.); persons/things/conditions present/here/just mentioned; +DEMONS; 
 
eade
eade, PRO, , 2
v. same, the same, the very same; also; (idem, eadem, idem); 
 
eode
eode, PRO, , 2
v. same, the same, the very same; also; (idem, eadem, idem); 
 
erus
erus, eri
n. m. master, owner; 
 
eunde
eunde, PRO, , 2
v. same, the same, the very same; also; (idem, eadem, idem); 
 
fatiscor
fatiscor, fatisci, , V
v. gape, crack; crack open, part asunder; grow weak or exhausted, droop; 
 
iureiurand
iureiurand, , , 1
v. an oath (ius iurandum); 
 
iurisiurand
iurisiurand, , , 1
v. an oath (ius iurandum); 
 
iusiurandu
iusiurandu, , , 1
v. an oath (ius iurandum); 
 
liquor
liquor, liqui, , V
v. become liquid, melt away; dissolve (into tears); waste away; flow; 
 
medeor
medeor, mederi, , V
v. heal, cure; remedy, assuage, comfort, amend; 
 
mensuu
mensuu, , , 3
v. month; 
 
pigo
pigo, pigere, , pigitus
v. it disgusts, irks, pains, chagrins, afflicts, grieves; 
 
placo
placo, placere, , placitus
v. it is pleasing/satisfying, gives pleasure; is believed/settled/agreed/decided; 
 
prooemior
prooemior, prooemiari, , V
v. make a prooemium/preface/introduction to a speech; 
 
pudo
pudo, pudere, , puditus
v. it shames, make ashamed; [me tui pudet => I am ashamed of you]; 
 
quantumcumqu
quantumcumqu, , , 2
v. however much/little; as much as; whatever; 
 
quemque
quemque, PRO, , 0
v. whomever; every one who; whomever it be; everyone; each; 
 
queritor
queritor, queritari, , V
v. complain; make a public outcry, cry out in protest; complain excessively; 
 
quicqua
quicqua, PRO, , 6
v. any; anything; anything whatsoever; 
 
quicqui
quicqui, PRO, , 6
v. whatever, whatsoever; everything which; each one; each; everything; anything; 
 
quidqui
quidqui, PRO, , 6
v. whatever, whatsoever; everything which; each one; each; everything; anything; 
 
quippia
quippia, PRO, , 0
v. some/any one/thing; unspecified thing/person; certain quanity, a bit; at all; 
 
quiritor
quiritor, quiritari, , V
v. complain; make a public outcry, cry out in protest; complain excessively; 
 
quisqui
quisqui, PRO, , 2
v. whoever; every one who; whoever it be; everyone; each; 
 
quodquo
quodquo, PRO, , 7
v. whatever, whatsoever; everything which; each one; each; everything; anything; 
 
quoqu
quoqu, PRO, , 0
v. whoever; whatever, whatsoever; every one who; everything which; each one; each; 
 
redipiscor
redipiscor, redipisci, , V
v. get back; 
 
reminiscor
reminiscor, reminisci, , V
v. call to mind, recollect; 
 
republica
republica, , , 1
v. of the state/republic; (res publica => the state); 
 
resto
resto, restare, , restatus
v. it remains to; it remains standing; 
 
ringor
ringor, ringi, , V
v. snarl, show the teeth; be angry; 
 
rus
rus, , , 1
v. country; ( = in the country); (ancient form carried on); 
 
scortor
scortor, scortari, , V
v. consort with harlots/prostitutes; act like a harlot/promiscuously; 
 
subringor
subringor, subringi, , V
v. make a wry face; 
 
subterlabor
subterlabor, subterlabi, , V
v. glide or flow beneath, slip away; 
 
sum
sum, esse, fui, futurus
v. to be; to exist; 
 
tono
tono, tonare, , tonatus
v. it thunders; 
 
tuor
tuor, tuari, , V
v. see, look at; protect, watch; uphold; (form of tueor); 
 
unicuiqu
unicuiqu, PRO, , 0
v. each one; 
 
uniuscuiusqu
uniuscuiusqu, PRO, , 0
v. each one; 
 
unumquodqu
unumquodqu, PRO, , 0
v. each one; 
 
unusquisqu
unusquisqu, PRO, , 0
v. each one; 
 
vescor
vescor, vesci, , V
v. feed on, eat, enjoy (with ABL); 

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era
nf. age; era


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