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  1. crinis, crinis, m.art, skill

          

  2. ars, artis, f.art, skill

          

  3. tellus, telluris, n.land, earth

          

  4. fax, facis, f.foot

          

  5. insula, insulae, f.island

          

  6. nos, nostrumWe, us

          

  7. vultus, vultūs, m.eye

          

  8. paupertas, paupertatis, f.poverty

          

  9. tumulum, tumulī, n.kiss, lips

          

  10. parilis, parilelike, equal

          

  11. quatio, quatere, ---, quassusto shake, brandish

          

  12. mens, mentis, f.gift, duty

          

  13. ramus, ramī, m.nose

          

  14. celeber, celebra, celebrumright, right-hand

          

  15. volo, volāre, volavi, volatusto foam, froth

          

  16. oculus, oculī, m.tomb

          

  17. findo, findere, fidi, fissusto decieve, cheat

          

  18. ebur, eboris, n.work, labor, effort

          

  19. pareo, parēre, parui, paritusto obey

          

  20. animal, animalis, n.animal

          

  21. arbor, arboris, f.love

          

  22. caput, capitis, n.leg, shin

          

  23. nutrio, nutrīre, nutrivi, nutritusto nourish

          

  24. tempto, temptāre, tempatvi, temptatusto try, test, tempt

          

  25. amor, amoris, m.love

          

  26. superus, -a, -ummutual

          

  27. mollesco, mollescere, --, ---to lift up, raise

          

  28. stupeo, stupēre, stupui, --to fear, dread

          

  29. radix, radicibus, f.summit, citadel

          

  30. annus, annī, m.limb

          

  31. umerus, umerī, m.shoulder

          

  32. ego, meiI, me

          

  33. lanio, laniāre, laniavi, laniatusto feel, sense

          

  34. regio, regionis, f.region

          

  35. spumo, spumāre, spumavi, spumatusto drive away, rout, repel

          

  36. pluma, plumae, f.wing

          

  37. do, dāre, dedi, datusto give

          

  38. filius, filiī, m.son

          

  39. rima, rimae, f.altar

          

  40. amans, amantis, m./f.love

          

  41. micans, micantishand

          

  42. vis, vis (viris), f.strength; (pl) force, might, power

          

  43. gigno, gignere, genui, genitusto give birth to, to bear

          

  44. sculpo, sculpere, sculpsi, sculptusto burn

          

  45. antrum, antrī, n.year

          

  46. tueor, tuēri, tutusto look over, watch, protect

          

  47. labor, laboris, m.tree

          

  48. vivo, vivere, vixi, victusto shatter, strike

          

  49. aitas if

          

  50. ala, alae, f.wing

          

  51. attollo, attollere, ---, ---to lift up, raise

          

  52. vos, vestrumY'all

          

  53. remigium, remigiī, n.oar, oarage

          

  54. aurum, aurī, n.gold

          

  55. iterumagain

          

  56. collum, collī, n.cave

          

  57. conubium, coniubiī, n.sky, heaven

          

  58. persequor, persequi, persecutusto fear, respect, dread

          

  59. telum, telī, n.honey

          

  60. metuo, metuere, metui, --to fear, dread

          

  61. vinculum, vinculī, n.island

          

  62. mutuus, -a, -umhappy

          

  63. stipula, stipulae, f.stalk, stem

          

  64. volucris, volucris, f.ear

          

  65. perdo, perdere, perdidi, perditusto destroy, lose

          

  66. spero, sperāre, speravi, speratusto obey

          

  67. conspicio, conspicere, conspexi, conspectusto observe, see, catch sight of

          

  68. auris, auris, m.ear

          

  69. milleagain

          

  70. ingratus, -a, -umungrateful, unpleasing

          

  71. pollex, pollicis, m.thumb

          

  72. ignarus, -a, -umungrateful, unpleasing

          

  73. appello, appellāre, appellavi, appellatusto call, name

          

  74. moneo, monēre, monui, monitusto warn, advise

          

  75. opus, operis, n.flower

          

  76. ara, arae, f.altar

          

  77. numen, numinis, n.divinity, god, divine power, spirit

          

  78. paries, pariei, f.summit, citadel

          

  79. periculum, periculī, n.danger

          

  80. manus, manūs, f.hand

          

  81. coma, comae, f.hair

          

  82. praecordium, praecordiī, n.upper arm

          

  83. carpo, carpere, carpsi, carptusto burn

          

  84. hora, horae, f.hour

          

  85. leaena, leaenae, f.moon

          

  86. lacertus, lacertī, m.limb

          

  87. volo, velle, volui, --to become accustomed

          

  88. vitium, vitiī, n.cave

          

  89. membrum, membrī, n.limb

          

  90. licet, licere, licuit, ---it is permitted (impersonal), one may

          

  91. lumen, luminis, n.honey

          

  92. gaudeo, gaudēre, gavisusto rejoice, be happy

          

  93. dexter, dextera, dexterumright, right-hand

          

  94. anus, anūs, f.year

          

  95. laetus, -a, -umbusy

          

  96. mirabilis, mirabilehumble, low, lowly

          

  97. pharetra, pharetrae, f.quiver

          

  98. caelum, caelī, n.cave

          

  99. virgo, virginis, f.summit, citadel

          

  100. dies, diei, m.house, home

          

  101. penna, pennae, f.feather, wing

          

  102. tu, tuias if

          

  103. fugo, fugāre, fugavi, fugatusto drive away, rout, repel

          

  104. paucī, -ae, -abusy

          

  105. simulacrum, simulacrī, n.image, likeness

          

  106. desero, deserere, deserui, desertusto leave, abandon

          

  107. humilis, humilea thousand

          

  108. vereor, verēri, veritusto look over, watch, protect

          

  109. tamquamalas

          

  110. vestis, vestis, f.nose

          

  111. opus, operis, n.work, effort, purpose

          

  112. efficio, efficere, effeci, effectusto shatter, strike

          

  113. fallo, fallere, fefelli, falsusto split

          

  114. videor, vidēri, visusto become accustomed

          

  115. sentio, senīre, sensi, sensusto give

          

  116. audax, audacisbold, brave, daring

          

  117. nasus, nasī, m.branch

          

  118. ignis, ignis, m.ear

          

  119. mel, mellis, n.honey

          

  120. iubeo, iubēre, iussi, iussusto become accustomed

          

  121. lacrima, lacrimae, f.tear, teardrop

          

  122. sedulus, -a, -ummutual

          

  123. conjunx, conjugis, m./f.spouse

          

  124. pervenio, pervenīre, perveni, perventusto make, effect, bring about

          

  125. tabesco, tabescere, tabui, ---to be stunned, to be stupefied

          

  126. paluster, palustra, palustrumswampy

          

  127. requiro, requirere, requisivi, requisitusto leave, abandon

          

  128. fio, fieri, factusto become, happen, be made, be done

          

  129. munus, muneris, n.wound

          

  130. uro, urere, ussi, ustusto order, command

          

  131. gloria, gloriae, f.glory, fame, renown

          

  132. votum, votī, n.fault, defect

          

  133. heualas

          

  134. flos, floris, m.flower

          

  135. osculum, osculī, n.tomb

          

  136. soleo, solēre, solitusto become accustomed

          

  137. miror, mirāri, miratusto wonder at, be amazed, marvel

          

  138. careo, carēre, carui, caritusto lack, be without (+ abl.)

          

  139. utilis, utileuseful

          

  140. luna, lunae, f.moon

          

  141. os, oris, n.work, effort, purpose

          

  142. cera, cerae, f.wax

          

  143. concors, concordisharmonious

          

  144. depono, deponere, deposui, depositusto destroy, lose

          

  145. domus, domī, m.house, home

          

  146. requies, requietis, f.mind

          

  147. arx, arcis, f.summit, citadel

          

  148. fortea thousand

          

  149. bracchium, brachiī, n.gold

          

  150. elido, elidere, elisi, elisusto yield, depart, go

          

  151. cedo, cedere, cessi, cessurusto lack, be without (+ abl.)

          

  152. lignum, lignī, n.trunk, wood

          

  153. pectus, pectoris, n.work

          

  154. pes, pedis, m.foot

          

  155. sacerdos,sacerdotis, m.priest

          

  156. callidus, -a, -umtimid, shy

          

  157. timidus -a, -umtimid, shy

          

  158. sol, solis, m.sun

          

  159. crus, cruris, n.leg, shin

          

  160. digitus, digitī, m.nose

          

  161. remoror, remorāri, remoratusto delay

          

  162. egredior, egredi, egressusto depart

          

  163. vulnus, vulneris, n.gift, duty

          

  164. artus, artūs, m.limb