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  • 1 ascrīptiō (ad-scr-)

        ascrīptiō (ad-scr-) ōnis, f    [ascribo], an addition in writing, C.

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  • 2 ātrāmentum

        ātrāmentum ī, n    [ater], a black liquid: atramenti effusio: sutorium, blacking for leather (a poisonous liquid).—Ink, writing-ink: labem remittunt Atramenta, H.
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    writing-ink; blacking, black pigment/ink

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  • 3 buxum

        buxum ī, n    [buxus], the wood of the box-tree, box-wood: torno rasile, V.: ora buxo Pallidiora, O.—An instrument of box, flute, pipe: inflati murmur buxi, O.— A top: volubile, V.— A comb: crines depectere buxo, O.: caput intactum buxo, Iu. — A writing-tablet: Volgare, Pr.
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    boxwood; a box tree; instrument, pipe, flute (usually made of boxwood)

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  • 4 cautiō

        cautiō ōnis, f    [1 CAV-], wariness, precaution, caution, heedfulness, circumspection: horum vitiorum una cautio est, ut ne, etc.: tua cautio nostra cautio est, i. e. your safety: ne resciscat cautiost, i. e. one must take care, T.: ei mihi ne corrumpantur cautiost, I must take care, T.: habet multas cautiones, i. e. (the subject) has many difficulties: quae cautionem non habebant, could not be guarded against.—In law, security, bond, warranty, bail: chirographi, in writing: hunc omni cautione devinxerat, pledge.
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    bail/pledge/security, undertaking, guarantee; caution/wariness; circumspection; taking of precautions/care; precaution; stipulation, proviso, exception

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  • 5 cēra

        cēra ae, f    [2 CER-], wax: fingere e cerā: calamos cerā coniungere, V. — Meton., plur, the wax cells (of bees), V. — A writing-tablet, leaf of wood covered with wax: ex illis tabulis cerāve recitata, L.: vacua, O.: prima, the first leaf, H.: extrema.— A seal (of wax), C., O.—A waxen image, wax figure, family portrait: veteres, Iu., S.
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    wax, beeswax; honeycomb; wax-covered writing tablet, letter; wax image/seal

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  • 6 charta

        charta ae, f, χάρτησ, a leaf of the Egyptian papyrus, paper: quodcumque semel chartis inleverit, H.: chartas et scrinia posco, H.: dentata, smooth, L. — A writing, paper: chartae obsoluerunt, the records: ne charta nos prodat: finis chartaeque viaeque, H.: tribus chartis, books, Ct.: si chartae sileant, poems, H.
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    paper/papyrus (sheet); record/letter, book/writing(s); thin metal sheet/leaf

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  • 7 cōdex

        cōdex icis, m    (for caudex), a block: Codice misso, O.—A log for punishing slaves, stocks: inmundus, Pr.: residens in codice, Iu. — A block sawn into tablets, book, writing, manuscript, document (in leaves; cf. volumen, a roll): multos codices implevit: falsus.—Esp., an account-book: accepti et expensi, a ledger: in codicis extremā cerā, the last tablet: referre in codicem.
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    trunk of tree; piece/block of wood; blockhead; (bound) book; note/account book

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  • 8 cōn-scrībō

        cōn-scrībō īpsī, īptus, ere,    to write together, write in a roll, enroll, enlist, levy: milites: exercitūs, Cs.: cohortīs, S.: sex milia familiarum, L.: cum vicatim homines conscriberentur (i. e. for bribery). — To put together in writing, draw up, compose, write: edictum: legem: condiciones, L.: epistula Graecis litteris conscripta, Cs.: pro salutaribus mortifera, prescribe: qui esset optimus rei p. status: de quibus ipse conscripsi. — To write over, cover: conscripta vino mensa, O.: conscriptum lacrimis epistolium, Ct.

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  • 9 cōnscrīptiō

        cōnscrīptiō ōnis, f    [conscribo], a record, report: falsae quaestionum, forged depositions.
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    account/written record/writing; treatise/composition; conscription/troop levy

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  • 10 dēfōrmitās

        dēfōrmitās ātis, f    [deformis], ugliness, deformity, hideousness: insignis ad deformitatem puer: in tantā deformitate, L. — Fig., baseness, vileness, turpitude: animi: fugae: ludicra, i. e. the disgrace of appearing on the stage, Ta.
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    ugliness, deformity, blemish, disfigurement; disrepair; disgrace, degradation; inelegance, impropriety, lack of good taste (speach/writing); shapelessness

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  • 11 dīctō

        dīctō āvī, ātus, āre, freq.    [2 dico], to dictate, suggest, remind: tu idem, qui illis orationem dictavisses, put in their mouths: Mercemur servum qui dictet nomina (i. e. nomenclatorem), H.: Tironi (opp. ipse scribere): ducentos versūs, H.: Haec tibi dictabam, (addressed) to you, H.: Carmina, memini quae mihi Orbilium dictare, H.: Carmina dictant, i. e. compose, H.: Non unus tibi rivalis dictabitur heres, appointed, designated, Iu.: quod tu numquam rescribere possis, i. e. direct the charge (on his books), H.
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    dictare, dictavi, dictatus V
    say repeatedly/often/frequently; dictate (for writing); compose; order

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  • 12 ēlātē

        ēlātē adv. with comp.    [elatus], loftily, proudly: loqui: elatius se gerere, N.
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    elatius, elatissime ADV
    haughtily, proudly; insolently; in a grand/lofty style of speech/writing

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  • 13 factitō

        factitō āvī, ātus, āre, freq.    [facto], to do frequently, do habitually, practise, make persistently: Idem hoc, T.: quod ne Graeci quidem factitaverunt: in Siciliā factitatum est hoc: accusationem: delationem, Ta.: versūs, keep writing, H.: alquem heredem, recognize as heir.
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    factitare, factitavi, factitatus V
    do frequently, practice

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  • 14 graphium

        graphium ī, n, γραφίον, a writing-style, O.
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    I
    stylus, pen used for writing on wax tablets; modern pen (Cal)
    II
    -graph; recording/measuring instrument; (usu. w/specifing prefix)

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  • 15 impleō (in-pl-)

        impleō (in-pl-) ēvī (often implērunt, implēsse, etc., for implēvērunt, etc.), ētus, ēre    [PLE-], to fill up, fill full, make full, fill: libros: (harena) ora inplere solet, S.: frustis esculentis gremium suum: manum pinu flagranti, grasp, V.: gemmis caudam, cover, O.: delubra virorum turbā inplebantur, were thronged, L.: ventis vela, V.: codices earum rerum: ollam denariorum.—To fill, sate, satisfy, satiate: Implentur veteris Bacchi, regale themselves, V.: vis impleri, Iu.—To fill, make fleshy, fatten: nascentes implent conchylia lunae, H.—To make pregnant, impregnate: (Thetidem) Achille, O.—To fill up, complete: Luna implerat cornibus orbem, O.—Fig., to fill, make full: acta Herculis implerant terras, O.: urbs impletur (sc. contagione morbi), L.: ceras, cover with writing, Iu.: urbem tumultu, L.: milites praedā, satisfy, L.: lacrimis dolorem, Ta.: sese sociorum sanguine: te ager vitibus implet, enriches, Iu.: sermonibus diem, spends, O.: Minyae clamoribus implent (Iasonem), i. e. inflame, O.: inpletae modis saturae, perfectly set to music, L.: adulescentem suae temeritatis, L.: multitudinem religionis, L.—To fill up, make out, complete, finish, end: annum, O.: quater undenos Decembrīs, H.: impleta ut essent VI milia armatorum, L.: numerum, Iu.: Graecorum (poetarum) catervas, complete (by joining), H.: finem vitae, Ta.— To fulfil, discharge, execute, satisfy, content: id profiteri, quod non possim implere: partīs adsensibus, O.: vera bona, Ta.: fata, L.

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  • 16 libellus

        libellus ī, m dim.    [3 liber], a little book, pamphlet, manuscript, writing: scripsi illud quodam in libello: libellis operam dare, to books, L.: comīs garrire libellos, clever comedies, H.: nostri farrago libelli, Iu.: te quarere in libellis, i. e. in the booksellers' shops: meus (a satire), H.— A memorandum-book, journal, diary: si quid memoriae causā retulit in libellum.— A memorial, petition: libellam composuit: vitem posce libello, Iu.— A notice, programme, placard, handbill: gladiatorum libelli: libellos deicit, auction handbills: vestitur tota libellis Porticus, Iu.— A letter: libellum ipsius habeo in quo, etc.— A written accusation, indictment, complaint: Sulcius Ambulat cum libellis, H.: Componunt libellos, Iu.— A lawyer's brief: magno in fasce libelli, Iu.
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    little/small book; memorial; petition; pamphlet, defamatory publication

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  • 17 līgnum

        līgnum ī, n    [1 LEG-], gathered wood, firewood (only in plur.): ligna circumdare, ignem subicere: ignem ex lignis viridibus fieri iussit: ligna super foco reponens, H.—Prov.. In silvam ligna ferre, i. e. carry coals to Newcastle, H.— Timber, wood: hos lignum stabat ad usūs, i. e. to make tables, Iu.— A piece of wood, something made of wood: fisso ligno, spearshaft, V.: leges incidere ligno, a wooden table, H.: mobile, a puppet, H.: supervacuum, writing-tablet, Iu.: dolato Confisus ligno, plank, Iu.— A tree: nautis venerabile, V.: triste, H.
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    wood; firewood; timber; "stump"; gallows/cross; tree of the cross; staves (pl.)

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  • 18 littera (lītera)

        littera (lītera) ae, f    [LI-], a letter, alphabetical sign, written sign of a sound: (epistula) Graecis conscripta litteris, Cs.: sus rostro si humi A litteram inpresserit: maximis litteris incisum: alqd litteris mandare, commit to writing, Cs.: salutaris, tristis (i. e. A and C on the ballots of jurors, for absolvo, condemno): provocatis ostentata inanibus litteris, as a pretence, L.: ad me litteram numquam misit, not a line.—A handwriting: accedebat ad similitudinem tuae litterae: Arguit ipsorum quos littera, Iu.— A writing, document, record: iunget nos littera, inscription, O.: littera poscetur, acknowledgment in writing, O.—Usu. plur: litterae publicae, records, C., Cs.: ratio omnis et omnes litterae, accounts: praetoris, edict. —Plur., a letter, epistle: mittuntur ad Caesarem ab Cicerone litterae, Cs.: meas acceperat litteras: nullas iis praeterquam ad te dedi litteras: per litteras mandare, ne, etc., Cs.: invitare alqm per litteras: liber litterarum missarum et adlatarum, a book of correspondence ; cf. sing: Quam legis a raptā Briseide littera venit, O.— Plur, written monuments, literature, books, literary works: litteras Graecas discere, S.: abest historia litteris nostris, is wanting in our literature: Graecae de philosophiā litterae, philosophical literature: damnum Hortensi interitu Latinae litterae fecerunt parvae et rarae per eadem tempora litterae fuere, L.: cupidissimus litterarum, N.—Fig., learning, the sciences, liberal education, scholarship, letters: fac periclum in litteris, T.: erant in eo plurimae litterae: scire litteras, to be educated: homo sine ingenio, sine litteris: nescire litteras: litterarum cognitio: in litteris vivere.

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  • 19 litterārius (līter-)

        litterārius (līter-) adj.    [littera], of reading and writing: ludus, an elementary school, Ta.

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  • 20 litterātūra (līter-)

        litterātūra (līter-) ae, f    [litterae], a writing, C.: Graeca, the Greek alphabet, Ta.

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