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  1. futurus, futura, futurum
    about to be, future

          

  2. tollo, tollere, sustuli, sublatum
    to change

          

  3. foris
    almost

          

  4. pauper, pauperis
    for certain, for sure

          

  5. erro, errāre, erravi, erratum
    to wander, make a mistake

          

  6. axis, axis, m.
    axle, axis

          

  7. iniquitas, iniquitatis, f.
    injustice, mischief

          

  8. paene
    after

          

  9. verso, versāre, versavi, versatum
    to wear out, rub

          

  10. adulescens, adulescentis, m./f.
    young man, young lady

          

  11. noctu
    at night

          

  12. divitia, divitiae, f.
    fortune, the goddess Fortune

          

  13. humanus, humana, humanum
    any

          

  14. muto, mutāre, mutavi, mutatum
    to heal

          

  15. pellis, pellis, f.
    skin, hide

          

  16. constantia, constantiae, f.
    fortune, the goddess Fortune

          

  17. furtum, furti, n.
    theft

          

  18. eripio, eripere, eripui, ereptum
    to snatch away

          

  19. sano, sanāre, sanavi, sanatum
    to heal

          

  20. aequo animo
    for certain, for sure

          

  21. caro, carnis, f.
    meat, flesh

          

  22. accipio, accipere, accepi, acceptus
    to live

          

  23. barba, barbae, f.
    beard

          

  24. proelium, proelii, n.
    skin, hide

          

  25. coquo, coquere, coxi, coctum
    to grow

          

  26. pomum, pomi, n.
    fruit

          

  27. punio, punīre, punivi, punitum
    to punish

          

  28. divinus, divina, divinum
    human

          

  29. fur, furis, m.
    theft

          

  30. accuso, accusāre, accusavi, accusatum + accusative + genitive
    to turn

          

  31. vulnus, vulneris, n.
    law

          

  32. hic, haec, hoc
    axle, axis

          

  33. possideo, possidēre, possedi, possessum
    to sit

          

  34. postquam
    after

          

  35. externus, externa, externum
    about to be, future

          

  36. aequus, aequa, aequum
    axle, axis

          

  37. alienus, aliena, alienum + a/ab + ablative
    foreign to, inconsistent with

          

  38. sedeo, sedēre, sedi, sessum
    to heal

          

  39. cresco, crescere, crevi, cretum
    to cook

          

  40. pro certo
    almost

          

  41. celeriter
    swiftly

          

  42. cor, cordis, n.
    heart

          

  43. terribilis, terribile
    fierce, ferocious

          

  44. delecto, delectāre, delectavi, delectatum
    to delight, please

          

  45. lex, legis, f.
    thief

          

  46. abundo, abundāre, abundavi, abundatum
    to abound with

          

  47. recipio, recipere, recepi, receptum
    to take back

          

  48. tero, terere, trivi, tritum
    to grow

          

  49. reprehendo, reprehendere, reprehendi, reprehensum
    to blame, rebuke

          

  50. rota, rotae, f.
    beard

          

  51. vulnero, vulnerāre, vulneravi, vulneratum
    to wound

          

  52. fortuna, fortunae, f.
    fortune, the goddess Fortune

          

  53. circum + accusative
    theft

          

  54. ludo, ludere, lusi, lusum
    to play

          

  55. descendo, descendere, descendi, descensum
    to take back

          

  56. ferox, ferocis
    fierce, ferocious

          

  57. ille, illa, illud
    that, those

          

  58. honor, honoris, m.
    honor, public office/distinction

          

  59. herba, herbae, f.
    beard

          

  60. plenus + genitive/ablative
    around

          

  61. inter + accusative
    between, among

          

  62. egeo, egēre, egui, - + ablative
    to lack something

          

  63. ullus, ulla, ullum
    wound

          

  64. vivo, vivere, vixi, victum
    to live

          

  65. vestimentum, vestimenti, n.
    garment, (pl.) clothes