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Centuriatus, a, um agg ordinato per centurie ◊ comitia centuriata comizi centuriati. centurio, -o¯nis sm centurione. cera, -ae sf cera, tavoletta cerata, sigillo a cera ◊ ima cera il piè di pagina, cerae (sf pl) statue di cera. cera˘sum, -i sn ciliegia. cera˘sus, -i sf ciliegio. cerebellum, -i sn cervello. cerebrosus, a, um agg focoso, renitente. cerebrum, -i sn cervello, intelletto, ragione. cerno, is, crevi, cretum, e˘re v tr separare, discernere, rendersi conto, decretare ◊ animo cernere presagire.

Anco˘ra, -ae sf ancora. anfractus, -u¯s sm curva, giravolta, raggiro, giro di parole, cavillo, anfratto. angarius, -ı˘i sm corriere. ange˘ lus, -i sm angelo, messo celeste. ango, is, anxi, e˘re v tr stringere, soffocare, angosciare, opprimere ◊ angi quod affliggersi che. angor, -o¯ris sm soffocamento, angoscia, affanno, inquietudine. anguis, -is sm e sf serpente. angu˘lus, -i sm angolo, luogo appartato, nascondiglio. anguste¯ avv strettamente, scarsamente, in breve. angustiae, -arum sf pl angustia, luogo stretto, ristrettezza, povertà, indigenza ◊ angustiae pectoris grettezza d’animo.

Buxum, -i sn bosso, pettine. byssus, -i sf lino, tela di lino. in li caeles Tito lo c o nce sso caeles, -ı˘tis agg del cielo ◊ caelites gli dei. caelestis, e agg del cielo, celeste, divino. caelicola, -ae sm chi abita il cielo, Dio. caelo, as, avi, atum, a¯re v tr cesellare, scolpire. caelum, -i sn cesello. caelum, -i sn cielo, aria, clima ◊ de caelo tangi essere colpito da un fulmine, in caelo esse trionfare. caementum, -i sn pietra da costruzione. caenum, -i sn fango. caerimonia, -ae sf rispetto religioso, cerimonia, usanza ◊ caerimoniam loci polluere violare la sacralità del luogo.

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