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Aā, ab (abl) from, away fromab, byabicio, abicere, abieci, abiectusthrow away, throw downabsum, abesse, afuī, afuturus, be absent, be awayac, see atqueaccedo, accedere, accessī, accessurus, approachaccido, accidere, accidī, -----,fall to, befall, happen (w. dative)accipio, accipere, accepī, acceptus, receiveaccuso, accusāre, accusavī, accusatus, blame, accuseacer, acris, acre, sharp, keenacutus, a, um, sharpad (acc)to, towards, nearadduco, adducere, adduxī, adductus, lead to, influenceadiuvo, adiuvāre, adiuvavī, adiuvatus, worshipadministro, administrare, administravi, administratus, administeradoro, adorāre, adoravī, adoratus, worshipadsum, adesse, adfuī, adfuturus, be presentadulescentulus, adulescentī, m. young manadultus, i, m., adultadventus, -us, m., arrivalaedificio, aedificare, aedificavi, aedificatus, buildaeger, aegra, aegrum,sick, illAegyptiī, Aegyptōrum,pl., the EgyptiansAegyptus, Aegyptī, f. ,EgyptAeneas, Aeneae, m., Aeneasaes alienum, n. moneyAeolus, Aeolī, m., Aeolusaequē, adv., justlyaequus, aequa, aequum, even, fair, justaer, aeris, m., airaes, aeris, n.,copper, bronzeaestas, aestatis, f., summeraetas, aetatis,f., ageAetna, Aetnae, f., (Mt.) Etnaafficio, afficere, affecī, affectus, affect, afflict withAfricanus, Africanī, m., Africanager, agrī, m., fieldago, agere, egī, actus, do, drive, discuss, live, spend timeagricola, agricolae, m. farmerala, alae, f., wingAlba Longa, name of town established by AscaniusAlban Hills, mountains outside RomeAlbanus, a, um, Alban;Albani, the Albansalbus, alba, album, white
alces, alcis, f., elkalienus, aliena, alienum, another's, unfavorablealiquid, anyalius, alia, aliud, other, anotheralius... alius, some... anotherAlpēs, Alpium, f. pl., the Alpsaltē, adv., high, faralter, altera, alterum, the other (of two), the secondaltercatio, altercationis, f. altercation, disagreementaltus, alta, altum, high, deepalveus, i, m., little boatambo, ambae, ambo,bothambulo, ambulāre, ambulavī, ambulatus, walkAmericanus, Americana, Americanum, American; Americanus, Americanī, m., an Americanamica f., friendamicitia, amicitiae,f., friendshipamicus, amicī, m., friendamicus, amica, amicum, friendlyamitto, amittere, amisī, amissus, loseamo, amāre, amavī, amatus, like, loveamoenus, a, um, pleasingamor, amoris, m., loveamphitheatrum, amphitheatrī, n., amphitheaterAmulius, i, brother of Numitor who was king of Alba LongaAnglicus, Anglica, Anglicum, Englishanimal, animalis, animalium, n. animalanimus, animī m. mind, spirit, (pl) courageannus, annī, m. yearante (acc) before (of time or place)antecedo, antecedere, antecessī, antecessurus, go before, take the leadanthropophagus, i, shaped like menantiquus, antiqua, antiquum, old fashioned, ancientaperio, aperīre, aperuī, apertus, open, uncoverappello, appellāre, appellavī, appellatus, call by nameAppius, Appia, Appium, adj., of Appius, AppianApollo, Apollinis, m. the god of sun, song and prophecyappropinquo, appropinquare, appropinquavi, appropinquatus, approach, nearaptus, apta, aptum, fit, suitable (w.

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