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Caesar de bello Gallico VI.14 nouns-adjectives
reliquus, -a, -um
the rest, remaining
vacatio, -onis f.
dispensation from, freedom from
immunitas, -tatis f.
sponte f.abl only
of one’s own accord, voluntarily; deliberately
propinquus, -a, -um
near, neighboring; relative
versus, -us m.
verse, poem, poetry
right, divine law opposite: nefas
vulgus, -i n.
masses, public; crowd, populace; rabble
praesidium, -ii n.
metus, -us m.
sidus, sideris n.
motus, -us m,
movement cp. moveo, -ere, movi, motus
neat person; world, universe cp. mundus, a, um = clean, neat
vis f. (irreg.: vim, vires, virium, viribus)
force, power, strength
iuventus, -tutis f.
youth, class of young men
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