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mordeo, mordere, momordi, morsus to bite
ineptio, -ire to act like a fool, be foolish
mens, mentis, f. mind
bellus, -a, -um pretty, attractive
basio, -are, avi, -atus to kiss
scelestus, -a, -um wicked
ventito, -are, -avi, -atus to come
pereo, perdere, perdidi, perditus to lose, destroy
destinatus, -a, -um fixed, determined
vae te woe to you, so much the worse to you
invitam (since) you (are) willing
perditum ducas consider as lost
amem that i love
sodalis, -is, gen. pl., sodalium friend, comrade
tollis steal
belle, adv. beautifully, in a nice way
quamvis, adv however much you want
val talento even at (the cost of) a talent
collum, -i, n neck
anus, -us, f old woman
Created by: Margarita Moore