Nature innate talent 29 noun 3i moenia moenium n

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nature, innate talent29noun (3i)moenia, moenium, n.walls of a city (always plural)
29noun (1)nata, -ae, f.daughter29noun (2)osculum, -i, n.kiss29noun (3)sidus, sideris, n.constellation, star29adjectivedignus, -a, -umworthy, worthy of29adjectivedurus, -a, -umhard, harsh, rough, stern, unfeeling, hardy, difficult29adjectivetantus, -a, -umso large, so great, of such a size29adverbdeniqueat last, finally, lastly29adverbitaso, thus29adverbquidemindeed, certainly, at least, even (ne...quidem: not...even)29adverbsicso, thus29adverbtamso, to such a degree (tam...quam: so...as)29adverbveroin truth, indeed, to be sure, however29verb (3)condo, condere, condidi, conditumto put together, put into, store; found, establish29verb (3)contendo, contendere, contendi,contenditumto strive, struggle, contend; hasten29verb (4)mollio, mollire, mollivi, mollitumto soften; make calm, make less hostile29verb (1)pugno, pugnare, pugnavi,pugnatumto fight29verb (2)respondeo, respondere, respondi,responsumto answer29verb (3)surgo, surgere, surrexi, surrectumto get up, arise30noun (3)honor, honoris, m.honor, esteem; public office30adjectiveceteri, -ae, -athe remaining, the rest, the other, all the others (always plural)30adjectivequantus, -a, -umhow large, how great, how much30adjectiveridiculus, -a, -umlaughable, ridiculous30adjectivevivus, -a, -umalive, living30adverbfurtimstealthily, secretly30adverbmoxsoon30adverbprimoat first, at the beginning30adverbrepentesuddenly30adverbundewhence, from what, from which place, from which, from whom30adverb,conjunctionutrum...anwhether...or30verb (3)bibo, bibere, bibi, -to drink30verb (3)cognosco, cognoscere, cognovi,cognitumto become acquainted with, learn, recognize; (in perf.) know30verb (3)comprehendo, comprehendere,comprehendi, comprehensumto grasp, seize, arrest; comprehend, understand30verb (3)consumo, consumere, consumpsi,consumptumto consume, use up30verb (1)dubito, dubitare, dubitavi,dubitatumto doubt, hesitate30verb (3)expono, exponere, exponsui,expositumto set forth, explain, expose30verb (3)minuo, minuere, minui, minutumto lessen, diminish30verb (1)rogo, rogare, rogavi, rogatumto ask31noun (3)as, assis, m.an as (a small copper coin, roughly equivalent to a penny)31noun (2)auxillium, -ii, n.aid, help31noun (2)digitus, -i, m.finger, toe31noun (2)elephantus, -i, m.elephant
31noun (2)exsilium, -ii, n.exile, banishment31noun (1)invidia, -ae, f.envy, jealousy, hatred31noun (3)rumor, rumoris, m.rumor, gossip31noun (2)vinum, -i, n.wine31adjectivemediocris, medicreordinary, moderate, mediocre31conjunctioncum(with subj.) when, since, although; (with indic.) when31prepositionapudamong, in the presence of, at the house of (takes accusative)31adverbsemela single time, once, once and for all, simultaneously31adverbusqueall the way, up (to), even (to), continuously, always31verb (2)doleo, dolere, dolui, doliturumto grieve, suffer, hurt, give pain31verb (4)dormio, dormire, dormivi,dormitumto sleep31verb (3)fero, ferre, tuli, latumto bear, carry, bring; suffer, endure, tolerate; say, report31verb (3)adfero, adferre, attuli, allatumto bring to31verb (3)confero, conferre, contuli, collatum

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