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abeo

-ire, -ii, or -itus
to go away, deqart, vanish, passy away, die
absens
-entis
absent, away
absolvo
-ere, -solvi, -solutus
to loosen, free
absum, abesse, afui, afuturus
to be away, be absent
accedo
-ere, -cessi, -cessus
to come near, approach
accipio
-ere, cepi, ceptus
to receive, accept; receive word of, hear
accurro,
-ere, -curri, -cursus
to run up to
acer, acris, acre
sharp, keen
acerbus
-a, -um
harsh, bitter
acies
-ei
sharp edge, line of battle
acriter
sharply, violently
actio
-onis
action, delivery
acumen
-minis
sharpness, cunning, subtlety
acuo

--ere, acui, acutus
to sharpen
ab or a
away from; by
ad
to, up to; near, beside;, for
adduco
-ere, -duxi, -ductus
to induce, persuade
adhuc
thus far, hitherto, up until now
adiuvo
-are, -iuvi, -iutus
to help, encourage, sustain
administro
to manage, take charge of, execute
admoneo
-ere, -ui, -itus
to admonish, remind, suggest, warn, urge
adsideo
-ere, assedi, assessus
to sit near
adsum
-esse, -fui, -futurus
to be present, be near; be present to help, assist; come
adulescens,
-entis
young; young person, youth
adventus
-us
approach, arrival
adversarius
-ii
adversary, opponent in a lawsuit
adversus
-a, -um
opposite, in front, unfavorable, hostile
advocatus
-i
advocate, legal counselor
aedis
-ium
pl.: house
aequitas
-tatis
fairness, spirit of the law
aestimo
to estimate, value, regard
aeternus

-a, -um
eternal, everlasting, immortal, imperishable
aetas

-tatis
lifetime, age, generation
ager
field, ground, farm
aio
ais
ait
aiunt
to say, say yes, affirm
albus

-a, -um
white
aliqui

-qua, -quod
some, any

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