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Pliny - part 2

more words for Pliny

TermDefinition
ingenium -ni n. ability
mensis -is m month
aliquis, aliquid anyone, someone, any, anything
plerique, aeque, aque most, the majority
affero, afferre, attuli, allatus bring to, apply
desum, deesse, defui, defuturus fail, be lacking
eo, ire, ii, itus go
iuvo, are, iuvi, iutus help
queror, queri, questus complain
requiro, ere, requisivi, requisitus hunt up, search for
sedeo, ere, sedi, sessus sit
volvo, ere, volvi, volutus roll up, turn over
equidem at any rate
fere, ferme almost
furtim secretly
identidem again and again
simul at the same time
tunc then
auris is, f ear
avus, i m grandfather
caritas -tatis f high price
clamor, oris m shouting
eventus, us m occurrence
gaudium di n joy
iudicium ci n judgement
avidus a um eager
dignus a um worthy
perpetuus a um constant
accedo, ere, accessi, accessus approach
concipio, -ere, -cepi, -ceptus take up
conseusco,ere -suevi, -suetus become accustomed
dubito, 1 doubt
instituo, ere, institui, institutus establish
occido, ere, occidi, occisus kill
soleo, ere, solitus be accustomed
vereor, vereri, veritus fear, respect
paulatim gradually
statim at once
diligo ere dilexi dilectus single out, esteem, love
frugalitas tatis f thrift
edisco, ere edidici learn thoroughly
Created by: audreyiscool