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Hec feresta, a wayne.

Hoc lucar, -ris, Ance a forestax. Hic currus, Ance a carte.

Hic parcarius, Ance a parcar.
Hoc carpentum, Ance a schare.? 20 Hec indago, Ance a parke.
Hoc veredum, Ance a thylle.

Hoc vallum, Ance a parke palys.
Hic veredus, Ance a thylhorse. Vallo, -as, -i, vallum facere.
Hec rota, Ance a quele.

Hoc tribucetum, Ance a sawtre.
Hic cantus, -ti, -to, Anct a felow.
Hic cantus, -tus, -tui, Ance a song. 25
Cantus, -ti, bige, cantus cantantis in ore.
Hic radius, Ance a spoke.
Hic radius, Ance a sunbeme.

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Hec axis, Ance a exylletre.

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Hoc epuscium, Ance a cartelowte. Hic architenens,
Hoc retinaculum, Ance a trayse. Hic sagittarius,

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Hic arcus, Ance bowe.
Hec epicia, -orum, Ance a berhom.: 35 Hec arcitula, Ance a bowstryng.
Hec scutica, Ance a quippe.

Hec catapulta, Ance a brode arw.
Hic funis, Ance a rope.

Hec sagitta, Ance a harow. Hec merga, Ance a forke.

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Hec faretra, Ance a quiver. Hic viridarius, Ance a forster.

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Hic padus, Ance a scheperdes croke. Hec fusticula, Ance a lytyl pype.

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Hoc unguentum, Ance grese. Hic grex,

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