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quem iuvat clamor galeaeque leves acer et Marsi peditis
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 qui, quae, quodwho, whichder, die, das; welcher, welche, welchesL'OMS, quichi, cheque, que
 quiswhichwelcher, was für einquel checuál
quem juvo, juvare, juvi, jutushelp, assist, aid, support, serve, further; please, delight, gratifyHilfe, Unterstützung, Hilfe, Unterstützung dienen, weiter, bitte, Freude, Befriedigungaide, aide, aide, appui, service, autre ; svp, le plaisir, gratifient aiuto, aiuto, aiuto, supporto, servire, ulteriore, per favore, piacere, soddisfareayuda, ayuda, ayuda, ayuda, servicio, más futuro; por favor, el placer, agrada
quem juvat, juvare, juvit, jutus estit pleases/delights; it is enjoyable; it is helpfuler will / Freuden, es ist angenehm, es ist hilfreichil satisfait/enchante ; il est agréable ; c'est utile piace / piaceri: è divertente, è utilesatisface/encanta; es agradable; es provechoso
quem iuvat clamo, clamare, clamavi, clamatusproclaim, declare; cry/shout out; shout/call name of; accompany with shoutsverkünden, erklären; cry / shout out; schreiben / Call-Namen; begleiten mit Geschreiproclamer, déclarer ; le cri/crient dehors ; nom de cri/appel de ; accompagner avec des cris proclamare, dichiarare, gridare / gridare; messaggio / invito a nome di; accompagnare con messaggi in bachecaproclamar, declarar; el grito/grita hacia fuera; nombre del grito/de la llamada de; acompañar con gritos
quem iuvat clamor, clamoris Mshout, outcry/protest; loud shouting, applause; clamor/noise/dinschreien, Geschrei / Protest; laute Rufe, Applaus, Lärm / Lärm / dincri, tollé/protestation ; fort criant, applaudissements ; clameur/bruit/vacarme urlo, grido / protesta, gridando ad alta voce, applausi, grida / noise / dingrito, protesta/protesta; ruidosamente gritando, aplauso; clamor/ruido/dinar
quem iuvat clamor galea, galeae FhelmetHelmcasquecascocasco
quem iuvat clamor galeaeque levis, leve, levior -or -us, levissimus -a -umlight, thin, trivial, trifling, slight; gentle; fickle, capricious; nimbleleichte, dünne, trivial, gering, gering, sanft, launisch, eigensinnig, flinklumière, mince, insignifiant, futile, légère ; doux ; inconsistant, capricieux ; agile leggero, sottile, banale, insignificante, leggero, delicato, volubile, capriccioso; agileluz, fino, trivial, el trifling, leve; apacible; voluble, caprichoso; ágil
quem iuvat clamor galeaeque levo, levare, levavi, levatuslift/raise/hold up; support; erect, set up; lift off, remove; comfortLift / raise / Hold-up; zu unterstützen; aufrecht, set up; abheben, entfernen; Komfortl'ascenseur/augmenter/supportent ; appui ; ériger, installer ; enlever, enlever ; confort sollevamento / rilancio / reggere, sostegno, eretto, istituito; sollevare, togliere, comfortla elevación/el aumento/soporta; ayuda; erigir, fijar; quitar, quitar; comodidad
quem iuvat clamor galeaeque leves(Currently undefined; we'll fix this soon.)
quem iuvat clamor galeaeque leves  acer, acris -e, acrior -or -us, acerrimus -a -umsharp, bitter, pointed, piercing, shrill; sagacious, keen; severe, vigorousscharf, bitter, spitz, stechend, scharf; scharfsinnig, scharf, schwere, kräftigeforte, amère, pointu, perçant, aigu; sagace, vif, grave, vigoureuxacuto, amaro, acuto, penetrante, acuto, sagace, acuto, grave, vigorosoagudo, amargo, señaló, penetrante, agudo, sagaz agudo, y grave, vigoroso
quem iuvat clamor galeaeque leves  acer, aceris Nmaple tree; wood of the maple tree; mapleAhorn-Baum, Holz des Ahorn, Ahornérable, bois de l'érable, l'érableacero albero, legno di acero, aceroarce, madera del árbol de arce, arce
quem iuvat clamor galeaeque leves acer etand, and even; also, evenund, auch, und auch, sogaret, et même, aussi, mêmee, anche, inoltre, anchey, e incluso, también, incluso
quem iuvat clamor galeaeque leves acer et(Currently undefined; we'll fix this soon.)
quem iuvat clamor galeaeque leves acer et Marsi pedes, (gen.), peditison footzu Fußà pieda piedia pie
quem iuvat clamor galeaeque leves acer et Marsi pedes, peditis Mfoot soldier, infantryman; pedestrian, who goes on foot; infantryFußsoldat, Infanterist, Fußgänger, der zu Fuß geht, Infanteriefantassin, fantassin, piéton, qui va à pied; d'infanteriesoldato di fanteria, soldato di fanteria; pedonale, che va a piedi; fanteriasoldado de a pie, soldado de infantería; peatonal, que va a pie, la infantería

levis (the 'e' is long) means "smooth, polished"; levis with a short 'e' is an entirely different adjective.


 
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