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vere meaning in English

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vere [verius, verissime] adverb

really, truly, actually, indeed adverb

rightly, correctly, exactly adverb

truthfully adverb

verecundus [verecunda -um, verecundior -or -us, verecundissimus -a -um] adjective

modest adjective

verecundor [verecundari, verecundatus sum] verb
(1st) DEP

be shy/diffident (of doing w/inf) verb

feel bashful/ashamed verb

show modesty/restraint verb

verecundia [verecundiae] noun
(1st) F

modesty noun

respect noun

shame noun

veredus [veredi] noun
(2nd) M

swift horse, hunter noun

veredictum [veredicti] noun
(2nd) N

true-speaking noun

truth noun

verendus [verenda, verendum] adjective

awesome, awe inspiring, that is to be regarded with awe or reverence adjective

verendum [verendi] noun
(2nd) N

external sexual organs, private parts (pl.) noun

vereor [vereri, veritus sum] verb
(2nd) DEP

dread verb

fear verb

revere, respect verb

veretilla [veretillae] noun
(1st) F

fish (unidentified) noun

so called from resemblance to male sex organ noun

veretrum [veretri] noun
(2nd) N

external (usu. male) sex organ noun

penis noun

absolvo [absolvere, absolvi, absolutus] verb
(3rd) TRANS

acquit verb

free (bonds), release verb

pay off verb

sum up verb

vote for/secure acquittal verb

admoveo [admovere, admovi, admotus] verb
(2nd) TRANS

apply, add verb

draw near, approach verb

lean on, conduct verb

move up, bring up/near verb

advivo [advivere, advixi, advictus] verb
(3rd) INTRANS

live with (w/cum) verb

survive, be alive verb

advolvo [advolvere, advolvi, advolutus] verb
(3rd) TRANS

fall on knees (genibus advolvor), grovel, prostrate oneself verb

roll to/towards verb

ammoveo [ammovere, ammovi, ammotus] verb
(2nd) TRANS

apply, add verb

draw near, approach verb

lean on, conduct verb

move up, bring up/near verb

amoveo [amovere, amovi, amotus] verb
(2nd) TRANS

banish, cause to go away verb

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