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  • 1 accīsus

        accīsus    adj. impaired, ruined, disordered, overthrown, destroyed: res: robur iuventutis, L.: opes, H.

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  • 2 adflīctus (aff-)

        adflīctus (aff-) adj. with comp.    [P. of adfligo], cast down, miserable, unfortunate, overthrown, wretched, distressed: adflictum erexit: excitare adflictos: amicitia: fortunae reliquiae: adflictiore conditione: res suae, ruined, S.—Dejected, discouraged, desponding: Sulla: adflicti animi fuit: adflictus vitam trahebam, V.: aegritudine.—Abandoned, base, low, vile: homo.

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  • 3 cadāver

        cadāver eris, n    [1 CAD-], a dead body, corpse, carcass: aqua cadaveribus inquinata: Unctum oleo, H.: informe, V.: paene in ipsis cadaveribus decertare, Cs.: hostium cadavera, S.: dilapsa tabo, V.—Fig., of a worthless man, a carcass: eiectum petebam? — Meton., ruins: tot oppidūm cadavera, Sulp. ap. C.
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    corpse, cadaver, dead body; ruined city

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  • 4 com-edō

        com-edō ēdī, ēsus or ēstus, ēsse or edere,    to eat up, eat, consume, devour: quid comedent? T.: (venenum) comestum: haec porcis comedenda relinques, H.—To waste, dissipate, spend, squander: nummos: patrimonium: nobilitas comesa, ruined, Iu.: Hunc comedendum nobis propino, i. e. that we may feast at his expense, T.

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  • 5 con-labefīō (coll-)

        con-labefīō (coll-) factus, fierī,     pass, to fall to pieces, collapse, be ruined: ut (navis) conlabefieret, Cs.—Fig.: a Themistocle conlabefactus, overthrown, N.

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  • 6 dēcoctor

        dēcoctor ōris, m    [decoquo], a spendthrift, ruined man, bankrupt.
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    insolvent person, defaulting debtor; ruined spenthrift (L+S)

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  • 7 inter-eō

        inter-eō iī, itūrus, īre    (perf. interīsse, C.), to go among, be lost: ut interit magnitudine maris stilla muriae.—Fig., to perish, go to ruin, decay, die: pauci interiere, S.: statuae intereunt tempestate: tormentorum usum spatio propinquitatis interire, be destroyed, Cs.: fame, Cs.: omnia fato Interitura, O.: pecunia, N.: Ne genus intereat, become extinct, O.: Novaeque pergunt interire lunae, H.: Interii! cur id non dixti? I am ruined! T.

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  • 8 lābor

        lābor lapsus, ī (lābier, H.), dep.    [2 LAB-], to glide, slide, move, slip, float, pass, flow: Per sinūs, in folds, O.: Ille inter vestīs et levia pectora lapsus Volvitur, V.: Ut rate felici pacata per aequora labar, O.: sidera, quae vagā ratione labuntur: Labere, nympha, polo, from heaven, V.: e manibus custodientium lapsus, escaped, Cu.— To sink, fall: Labitur exsanguis, V.: super terram, O.: in rivo: levi sanguine, slip, V.: pede lapsus, stumbling, H.: umor in genas Furtim labitur, H.: Perque genas lacrimae labuntur, O.: multa in silvis Lapsa cadunt folia, V.: labentes oculos condere, falling, O.—Fig., to move gently, be led insensibly, glide, pass, elapse: sed labor longius, ad propositum revertar, am led: ad opinionem: in vitium, H.: oratio placide labitur: labi somnum sensit in artūs, O.: nostro illius labatur pectore voltus, be lost, V.: Eheu fugaces Labuntur anni, H.: lustris labentibus, V.: forte lapsa vox, Ta. — To sink, incline, decline, begin to fall, go to ruin, perish: quibus de rebus lapsa fortuna accidat, Enn. ap. C.: equitem Romanum labentem excepit: eo citius lapsa res est, L.: fides lapsa, O.: lapsis quaesitum oracula rebus, for our ruined condition, V.: hac spe lapsus, deceived in, Cs.— To fall into error, be mistaken, err, mistake, commit a fault: rex Iugurthae scelere lapsus, S.: in aliquā re: propter inprudentiam, Cs.: in officio.
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    labi, lapsus sum V DEP
    slip, slip and fall; slide, glide, drop; perish, go wrong
    II
    effort, labor, toil, exertion, work; suffering, distress, hardship

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  • 9 naufragus

        naufragus adj.    [navis+FRAG-], that suffers shipwreck, shipwrecked, wrecked: Marium Africa naufragum vidit: corpora, V.: simulacra, of the shipwrecked, O.—As subst m., a shipwrecked person: natans: naufragus assem Dum rogat, Iu.— That causes shipwreck, shipwrecking: mare, H.: unda, Tb.: monstra, O.—Fig., ruined: aliquis patrimoni.— Plur m. as subst: naufragorum manus.
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    naufraga, naufragum ADJ
    shipwrecked; ruined; causing shipwreck

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  • 10 num

        num adv.    [1 NV-].    I. Of time, now (correl. of tum), only in the phrase, etiam num, see etiam. —    II. As interrog particle.    A. Introducing a direct question, usu. expecting a negative answer, then, now (often only rendered by the interrogative form of the sentence): num videntur convenire haec nuptiis? does this look like a wedding? T.: num expectatis, dum Metellus testimonium dicat? are you waiting then for Metellus to give evidence?: num est ferendum?: num non vis audire, cur? etc., will you not, then, hear? —With -ne (rare): numne, si habuit amicos, ferre contra patriam arma debuerunt?—Followed by an: Num furis, an prudens ludis me? are you mad, or? etc., H.: num iratum timemus Iovem?... an ne turpiter faceret.—With quis, quid (indefinite; often written numquis, numquid): numquis hic est? nemo est, T.: num quae trepidatio? num qui tumultus?: num quid vis? have you any commands? (usu. a form of taking leave), T.—With nam, in eager or anxious questioning (old): Num nam perimus? are we ruined then? T.—    B. In an indirect question, whether: videte, num dubitandum vobis sit, etc.: speculari, num sollicitati animi essent, L.: quaero, num permittas.
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    if, whether; now, surely not, really, then (asking question expecting neg)

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  • 11 occīdō

        occīdō cīdī, cīsus, ere    [ob+caedo], to strike down, knock down: me pugnis, T.—To cut down, cut off, kill, slay: si aliam (noxiam) admisero, occidito, T.: fortissime pugnans occiditur, Cs.: exercitūs occidione occisi, annihilated, L.: ad unum omnes, to the last man, L.: hominem, murder: modus hominis occidendi, form of murder: homines impune occidebantur, murders were committed: se occidere, commit suicide, Cu.—Fig., to plague to death, torture, torment, pester: occidis saepe rogando, H.: legendo, H.—To ruin, undo: me tuis fallaciis, T.
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    occidere, occidi, occasus V
    fall, fall down; perish, die, be slain; be ruined/done for, decline, end
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    occidere, occidi, occisus V
    kill, murder, slaughter, slay; cut/knock down; weary, be the death/ruin of

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  • 12 occidō

        occidō cidī, cāsus, ere    [ob+cado], to fall down, fall: ut alii super alios occiderent, L.— To go down, set: iam occidente sole, Pac. ap. C.: donec lux occidat, Iu.—To fall, perish, die, be slain: quā (securi) multi occiderunt: pro patriā: hostium saevitiā, S.: dextrā suā, V.: minimo volnere, O.: unā occidendum nobis esse (cum imperio), S.—Fig., to decline, end: vita occidens, the evening of life: ne sacrorum memoria occideret, be lost.—To perish, be ruined, be lost: sin plane occidimus: occidi, I am undone, T.: funditus, V.: omnia generis insignia occiderunt: vestra beneficia occasura esse.
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    occidere, occidi, occasus V
    fall, fall down; perish, die, be slain; be ruined/done for, decline, end
    II
    occidere, occidi, occisus V
    kill, murder, slaughter, slay; cut/knock down; weary, be the death/ruin of

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  • 13 perditus

        perditus adj. with comp. and sup.    [P. of perdo], lost, hopeless, desperate, ruined, past recovery: puer: aere alieno: rebus omnibus perditis: valetudo: Quanto perditior quisque est, H.— Morally lost, abandoned, corrupt, profligate, flagitious, incorrigible: adulescens luxu, T.: homines: consilia: floribus austrum Perditus inmisi, in my folly, V.: nihil fieri potest perditius: omnium mortalium perditissimus: mores, Cu.
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    perdita -um, perditior -or -us, perditissimus -a -um ADJ
    ruined; broken/debilitated; bankrupt, financially ruined; lost, done for; degenerate, morally depraved, wild, abandoned; reckless; desperate/hopeless
    II
    ruination, ruin

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  • 14 per-eō

        per-eō iī or    (rarely) īvī (perīt, Iu.; perīstī, Pr.; perīsse, L., O.), itūrus, īre, to pass away, come to nothing, vanish, disappear, be lost: ecqua inde perisset soror, T.: ne vena periret aquae, O.: lymphae Dolium pereuntis, H.—To pass away, be destroyed, perish: tantam pecuniam tam brevi tempore perire: totum exercitum periturum, N.: Fac pereat vitreo miles ab hoste tuus (at chess), let your knight be taken by a pawn, O.: causae cur perirent (urbes), H.: peritura regna, V.: pereunt sole tepente nives, melt away, O.: telum robigine, H.—To perish, lose life, die: turpiter: ut intellegeres statim tibi esse pereundum: naufragio: hominum manibus, V.: gener<*>sius, H.: a morbo, N.: pereundi mille figurae, forms of death, O.—Fig., to pine away, fall desperately in love: indigno cum Gallus amore peribat, V: quā pereat sagittā, H. —To be lost, fail, be wasted, be spent in vain: ne et oleum et opera perierit: quia multis actiones et res peribant, lawsuits and property were lost, L.: labor, O.: ne nummi pereant, H.: minae, T.—To be lost, be ruined, be undone: meo vitio pereo.— Esp. 1st pers., as an exclamation of despair, I am lost! I'm undone!: ingenio perii, O.: periimus, actum est, we are lost, it is all over with us, T.: peream, si, etc., may I die, if, etc., O.—Fig., of moral qualities, to be lost: virtus, O.: clament periisse pudorem, H.

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  • 15 pessum

        pessum adv.    [PED-], to the ground, to the bottom.—With dare, to send to the bottom, ruin, destroy, undo: me aut erum pessum dabunt (nuptiae), T.: sin (animus) ad inertiam pessum datus est, has been abandoned, S.—With ire, to be ruined: pessum ituros campos, Ta.
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    to the lowest part, to the bottom,

    pessum dare -- destroy, ruin

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  • 16 praecipitō

        praecipitō āvī, ātus, āre    [praeceps], to throw headlong, cast down, hurl down, precipitate: p<*>ae in mare praecipitatae, N.: currum scopulis, hurl against, O.: se ex altissimo muro: sese in fossas, Cs.: se (sc. de muro), L.: se in Tiberim, L.: se in medios ignīs, Cu.: etiam pulcherrima, throw overboard, Iu.: cum alii super vallum praecipitarentur, threw themselves down, S.: lux Praecipitatur aquis, sets in the ocean, O.: hac te praecipitato, run this way for life! T.: iis (parvis) minari, praecipitaturos alicunde, threaten to throw them down.—To rush down, throw oneself down, rush headlong, sink rapidly, drop, tumble, fall (of involuntary falling): statim praecipitat in Lirem: nimbi In vada praecipitant, V.: in fossam, L.: sol praecipitans: iam nox caelo Praecipitat, is sinking, V.: hiems iam praecipitaverat, had come to an end, Cs.—Fig., to throw down, hurl down, precipitate: praecipitari ex altissimo dignitatis gradu: semet ipse praecipitare, destroy oneself, S.: se in insidias, L.: furor iraque mentem Praecipitant, carry headlong, V.: quosdam praecipitat potentia Invidiae, Iu.: nox praecipitata, declining, O.— To hasten, hurry: quae Praecipitent obitum, hasten their setting: praecipitata raptim consilia, precipitate, L.: moras, i. e. exchange for haste, V.: dare tempus Praecipitant curae, hasten, V.— To fall down, fall, sink, be ruined: ubi non subest, quo praecipitet, may tumble down: cum ad Cannas praecipitasset Romana res, L.: ad exitium praecipitans.— To be too hasty, be precipitate: sustinenda est adsensio, ne praecipitet: praecipitare istuc quidem est, non descendere, to jump at a conclusion.
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    praecipitare, praecipitavi, praecipitatus V
    throw headlong, cast down

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  • 17 prōcumbō

        prōcumbō cubuī, cubitum, ere    [CVB-], to fall forwards, sink down, fall prostrate: Gallis ad pedes<*> ne cogerentur, etc., Cs.: genibus, O.: in vestibulo curiae, L.: in genua, Cu.: Coroebus Penelei dextrā Procumbit, V.: certamine summo, bend to their oars, V.— To lean forward, bend down, sink, be beaten down, be broken down, fall: frumenta imbribus procubuerant, i. e. were beaten down, Cs.: ne gravidis procumbat culmus aristis, V.: (domus) in domini procubuit caput, fell in upon, O.: agger in fossam procubuit, L.—Fig., to fall, be ruined: res procubuere meae, O.— To extend, spread, lie: planities sub radicibus montium procumbit, Cu.
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    procumbere, procubui, procubitus V
    sink down, lie down, lean forward

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  • 18 prō-lābor

        prō-lābor lapsus, ī,    to glide forward, slide along, slip: at Canis ad caudam serpens prolabitur Argo, C. poët.: conlapsus pons, usque ad alterius initium pontis prolabi eum leniter cogebat, to slide along, L.—To fall forward, tumble, fall in ruins: equus cum prolapsum per caput regem effudisset, who fell headlong, L.: prolabens ex equo, L.: pro lapsa Pergama, ruined, V.: ipsis adminiculis prolapsis corruere, sliding from under them, L.—Fig., to go forward, be led on: me longius prolapsum esse, quam, etc., have spoken at more length: in misericordiam prolapsus est animus victoris, L.— To slip out, escape: ab aliquā cupiditate prolapsum verbum.—To fall, fail, err, be led astray: timore: cupiditate regni, L.—To fall to decay, sink, decline, go to ruin: ita prolapsa est (iuventus) ut coërcenda sit: rem temeritate eius prolapsam restituit, L.

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  • 19 ruīnōsus

        ruīnōsus adj.    [ruina], fallen, tumbling, ruinous, ruined: aedes: domūs, O.
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    ruinosa, ruinosum ADJ
    ruinous, fallen, ruined

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  • 20 ruō

        ruō uī, ātus (P. fut. ruitūrus), ere    [1 RV-], to fall with violence, rush down, fall down, tumble down, go to ruin: caedebant pariter pariterque ruebant Victores victique, V.: ruere illa non possunt: tecta, tumble down, L.: Templa deum, H.: murus latius quam caederetur, L.: alta a culmine Troia, V.: ruit arduus aether, rain falls in torrents, V.: caelum in se, L.: ruit imbriferum ver, i. e. is ending, V.—Prov.: quid si nunc caelum ruat? i. e. what if the impossible happens? T.— To hasten, hurry, run, rush: id ne ferae quidem faciunt, ut ita ruant itaque turbent: (Pompeium) ruere nuntiant: Huc omnis turba ruebat, V.: ultro ruere ac se morti offerre, Ta.: in aquam, L.: in volnera ac tela, L.: ruebant laxatis habenis aurigae, Cu.: de montibus amnes, V.: per apertos flumina campos, O.: Nox ruit, i. e. hastens on, V.: antrum, Unde ruunt totidem voces, break forth, V.— To cause to fall, cast down, dash down, hurl to the ground, prostrate: Ceteros ruerem, agerem, T.: cumulos ruit harenae, levels, V.— To cast up, turn up, throw up, rake up: (mare) a sedibus (venti), V.: cinerem focis, V.: unde Divitias aerisque ruam acervos, H.—Fig., to fall, fail, sink, be ruined: ruere illam rem p.: sive ruet sive eriget rem p.— To rush, dash, hurry, hasten, run: ad interitum: pati reum ruere, L.: crudelitatis odio in crudelitatem, L.: In sua fata, O.: omnia fatis In peius, V.: Quo quo scelesti ruitis? H.: ut ferme fugiendo in media fata ruitur, L.
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    ruere, rui, rutus V
    destroy, ruin, overthrow; rush on, run; fall; charge (in + ACC); be ruined

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