Ox Lat 2 16

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  1. mercor -ari -atus
    buy
  2. mergo -ere mersi mersum
    plunge, immerse, overwhelm
  3. migro (1)
    change one's home, depart
  4. militia -ae f.
    military service, warfare
  5. mitigo (1)
    soften, pacify
  6. moderor -ari -atus
    restrain, control, direct
  7. modestus -a -um
    well-behaved, modest
  8. municeps -ipis c.
    inhabitant of a municipium
  9. municipium -i n.
    town (self-governing)
  10. natus -a (part. of nascor)
    child
  11. nequaquam
    not at all
  12. nex necis f.
    murder, slaughter
  13. ningit or ninguit (perf. ninxit)
    it snows
  14. nitens (gen. nitentis)
    bright, brilliant, beautiful
  15. nitidus -a -um
    shining, bright, smart
  16. niveus -a -um
    snow-white
  17. nodus -i m.
    knot
  18. nuptiae -arum f.pl.
    marriage, wedding
  19. nuto (1)
    nod, sway, totter
  20. obeo -ire -ii (or -ivi) -itum
    go to meet, engage in, perform, die
  21. obeo diem or mortem
    die
  22. obiter (adv.)
    on the way, while going along
  23. obitus -us m.
    death
  24. obliquus -a -um
    slanting, sidelong
  25. oboedio -ire -ivi -itum (+ dat.)
    obey, be subject to
  26. observo (1)
    watch, guard, comply with
  27. obsidio -onis f.
    siege
  28. obstruo -ere -struxi -structum
    block up, obstruct
  29. obtusus -a -um
    blunt, dull
  30. obvius -a -um (+ dat.)
    in the way of, so as to meet
  31. occidens -entis m.
    the west
  32. ocior -ius
    quicker
  33. ocius (adv.)
    (more) quickly
  34. onustus -a -um
    laden, burdened
  35. opacus -a -um
    dark, shady
  36. oraculum -i n.
    oracle
  37. ostium -i n.
    door, entrance
  38. palaestra -ae f.
    wrestling(-ground)
  39. palma -ae f.
    palm of hand, palm-tree, victory, glory
  40. papaver -eris n.
    poppy
  41. parcus -a -um
    thrifty, mean, meagre, little
  42. paries parietis m.
    wall (of a house)
  43. particeps (gen. -cipis) (+ gen.)
    sharing in
  44. partim
    partly
  45. patronus -i m.
    patron (of a cliens), defender, advocate
  46. peior peius
    worse
  47. penna -ae f.
    feather, wing (in plur.)
  48. penuria -ae f.
    need, scarcity
  49. perago -ere -egi -actum
    accomplish, complete
  50. peregrinus -a -um
    foreign
  51. perennis -is -e
    everlasting, perpetual
  52. perfuga -ae m.
    deserter
  53. perfugium -i n.
    refuge
  54. perimo -ere -emi -emptum
    destroy
  55. peritia -ae f.
    experience, skill
  56. periurus -a -um
    perjured, breaking oath
  57. permagnus -a -um
    very great
  58. permultus -a -um
    very much, very many (pl.)
  59. persevero (1)
    persist, persevere
  60. pestilentia -ae f.
    plague
  61. pestis -is f.
    plague, destruction
  62. piget -ere piguit (+ acc. of person)
    it displeases, disgusts
  63. pingo -ere pinxi pictum
    draw, paint
  64. pinna -ae f.
    feather, wing (in plur.)
  65. pinus -us or -i f.
    pine-tree
  66. piscina -ae f.
    fish-pond, swimming-pool
  67. plane
    clearly, entirely, quite
  68. polio -ire -ivi -itum
    polish
  69. pomum -i n.
    fruit (of any kind)
  70. portentum -i n.
    omen, portent, monster
  71. postis -is m.
    door-post, door (in pl.)
  72. potentia -ae f.
    power
  73. praecipuus -a -um
    special, extraordinary
  74. praecipue
    especially, chiefly
  75. principium -i n.
    beginning
  76. privo (1)
    rob, deprive
  77. prodigus -a -um
    lavish, wasteful
  78. proditor -oris m.
    betrayer, traitor
  79. profugus -a -um
    fugitive, exiled
  80. propono -ere -posui -positum
    display, set out, intend
  81. proprius -a -um
    one's own, peculiar, characteristic
  82. propterea
    for that reason
  83. prora -ae f.
    prow
  84. proscribo -ere -scripsi -scriptum
    publish, advertise, proscribe
  85. quasso (1)
    shake, shatter
  86. querela -ae f.
    complaint
  87. querulus -a -um
    complaining
  88. questus -us m.
    complaint, lamentation
  89. Quirites -ium m.pl.
    citizens of Rome
  90. radius -i m.
    ray
  91. recito (1)
    read out, recite
  92. recupero (1)
    regain, recover
  93. reliquiae -arum f.pl.
    remains, remnant
  94. remex remigis m.
    rower
  95. reporto (1)
    bring back, win
  96. reprimo -ere -pressi -pressum
    restrain
  97. requiro -ere -quisivi -quisitum
    search for, inquire, require
  98. retro (adv.)
    backwards, back
  99. rostrum -i n.
    beak, ship's beak
  100. rostra -orum n.pl.
    speakers' platform
  101. rumor -oris m.
    rumour, popular opinion
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