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Italia, -ae
f., Italy (italics, italicize)
memoria, -ae
f., memory, recollection (memoir, memorial, memorize)
tempestas, tempestatis
f., period of time, season; weather, storm (tempest, tempestuous)
Cardinal nubers unus to viginti quinque
1. unus, -a, -um
2. duo, duae, duo
3. tres, tria
4. quattuor
5. quinque
6. sex
7. septem
8. octo
9. novem
10. decem
11. undecim
12. duodecim
13. tredecim
14. quattuordecim
15. quindecim
16. sedecim
17. septendecim
18. duodeviginti
19. undeviginti
20. viginti
21. viginti unus, unus et viginti
22. viginti duo
23. viginti tres
24. viginti quattuor
25. viginti quinque
Ordinal numbers primus to duodecimus
1st. primus, -a, -um
2nd. secundus, alter
3rd. tertius
4th. quartus
5th. quintus
6th. sextus
7th. septimus
8th. octavus
9th. nonus
10th. decimus
11th. undecimus
12th. duodecimus
13th. tertius decimus
14th. quartus decimus
15th. quintus decimus
16th. sextus decimus
17th. septimus decimus
18th. duodevicesimus
19th. undevicesimus
20th. devicesimus
21st. vicesimus
22nd. vicesimus primus
23rd. vicesimus secundus
24th. vicesimus tertius
25th. vicesimus quartus
Roman numerals
I
II
III
IIII; IV
V
VI
VII
VIII
VIIII; IX
X
XI
XII
XIII
XIIII; XIV
XV
XVI
XVII
XVIII
XVIIII; XIX
XX
XXI
XXII
XXIII
50) L
100) C
500) D
1000) M
Centum
indecl. adj., one hundred (cent, century, centennial, centi-, centurion)
Mille
indecl. adj. in singular, thousand; milia millium, in plural n., thousands (millenium, mile, millimeter, million, millipede)
miser, misera, miserum
wretched, miserable, unfortunate (misery, commiserate, Miserere -the 50th psalm in the vulgate)
inter
prep. + acc., between, amoung (intern, internal; common as English prefix)
itaque
adv., and so, therefore
committo, committere, commisi, commissum
3) to entrust, commit (committee, commission, commissary, non com)
exspecto
1) to look for, expect, await (expectancy, expectation)
iacio, iacere, ieci, iactum
3-io) to throw, hurl. This words appears in compounds as -icio, -icere, -ieci, -iectum: e.g. eicio, eicere, eieci, eiectum, to throw out, to drive out (abject, abjective, conjecture, dejected, eject, inject, interject, object, project, subject, reject, trajectory)
timeo, timere, timui
3) to fear, to be afraid of, be afraid (timid, timorous, intimidate; cp. timor)
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