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usus
control
permitto, -ere
permissi
permissus
to give over, surrender
insisto, -ere, institi
to stand on; to follow, pursue
ripa, -ae
bank, shore
armamenta, -orum
(n,pl) equipment, rigging
mansuetudo
mansuetudinis
(f) - gentleness, compassion
emo, -ere, -i,
emptus
to buy
irrideo, -ere
irrisi
irrisus
to laugh at, mock, ridicule
insero
inserere
inserui
insertus
to insert, attach
efficio, -ere
effeci
effectus
to bring about, make
expugno, -are, -avi, -atus
to take by storm, capture
altus, -a, -um
tall, high, steep
longurius, -i
long pole
efficio, -ere
effeci
effectus
q
refringo, -ere,
refregi
refractus
to break open
excursio
excursionis
(f)a running out; sortie, sallie, small raid
affigo, -ere, -ixi, -ixus
to fasten, lash, strap
deprecor
deprecari
depractus sum
to pray for, beg, strongly request
induco, -ere, -uxi, -tus
to bring in; to put on, cover wrap
circitus, -us
(4d)
circumference
destino, -are, -avi, -atus
TO FIX, FASTEN SECURE
inusitatus, -a, -um
unusual, unfamiliar, extraordinary
classis, -is, classium
(f) fleet
extruo
extruere
extruxi
extructus
to build up, construct
adduco, -ere, -uxi, -tus
to bring or draw to; to draw tight
existimo, -are, -avi, -atus
to believe
sectio
sectionis
auction or sale of captured goods
adventus, -us
(4d)
arrival
vel
or
efficio, -ere
effeci
effectus
to bring about, make
pellis, -is, pellium
hide, animal skin
redigo
redigere
redegi
redactus
to drive back; to render, make
despectus, -us
(4d,m) - view; + "in" + acc = view over
commoveo, -ere, -i
commotus
to alarm
arduus, -a, -um
steep
iniquus, -a, -um
uneven; unfavorable
comprehendo, -ere, -i,
comprehensus
to catch hold of, catch, hook
efficio, -ere
effeci
effectus
to bring about, make
rostrum, -i
beak (of an animal or a ship)
vinea, -ae
vinyard; military - moveable shed (for seige)
abscido, -ere, -i, -isus
to cut off
promoveo, -ere, -i, promotus
to push forward
attribuo, -ere, -i, -tus
to assign
latus, -a, -um
broad, wide
viginti
twenty
species, -ei
(5d,f) - sight; appearance
una
alone
procul
(adv) far away, at a distance
antemna, -ae
yardarm
ops
opis
(f) - power; help, aid
puppis, -is, -ium
stern (rear of ship)
vallum, -i
wall; rampart
malus, -i
mast
moenia, -ium
(3d,n,pl)- walls

(often a town's defensive walls)
reprimo, -ere
repressi
repressus
to restrain, check, stop
praesto
praestare
praestiti
praestatus
to excel; to exhibit, display
funis, -is, -ium
(m) - rope; halyard (rope that raised and lowered the sail)
forte
(adv) - by chance
refero, -ferre, -tuli, -latus
to bring back; to report
coacervo, are, avi, atus
to pile up
remus, -i
oar
potestas
potestatis
(f) power, control, authority
accido, -ere, -i
to fall, land
insisto
insistere
institi
+ dat - to stand on
propinquus, -a, -um
close, nearby ready
statuo, -ere, -i, -tus
to set up; to determine, decide
reicio, -ere,
reieci
reiectus
to throw back; to drive back
instruo, -ere
instruxi
instructus
to draw up, form
falx
falcis, falcium
(f) - sickle; sickle-shaped hook
concurso, -are, -avi, -atus
to run about
quinquaginta
fifty
contineo
continere
continui
contentus
to hold, keep
velum, -i
sail
quinam
quaenam
quodnam
emphatic interog adj

what, with what
consisto, -ere, constiti
+ "in" + abl - to depend on
creber
crebra
crebrum
(adj) repeated, numerous, frequent
praeacutus, -a, -um
sharpened at the end; sharpened
dispono, -ere,
disposui
dispositus
to place here and there; to station, arrange
missa
(weapons) thrown
increpito, -are
to blame; to taunt
concido, -ere, concidi
to fall down
compleo, -ere
complevi
completus
to fill
ornatus, -a, -um
decorated; equipped, fitted out
nequiquam
(adv) in vain, without cause
unde
(adv) from where
tantulus, -a, -um
diminutive of tantus,a,um

such a small, such a short
frustra
(adv) - in vain
audeo, -ere, ausus sum
to dare
praeparatus, -a, -um
prepared in advance
approprinquo, -are, -avi
to approach
excito, -are, -avi, -atus
to construct, build, raise up
parvulus, -a, -um
very small
praerumpo, -ere,
praerupi
praeruptus
to break off in front, snap
praesertim
(adv)
especially, particularly
vendo, -ere, -idi, -itus
to sell
iaceo
iacere
iacui
iaciturus
to lie
certamen
certaminis
contest, battle
contemptus, -us
(4d)
contempt, scorn
noceo, -ere, -ui, -iturus
+ dat - to do harm (to)
subeo, -ire, -ii, -itus
to come up, approach
intexo, -ere, -ui, -tus
to weave in, interweave
arripio, -ere, -ui
arreptus
to grab, clutch, seize
sumo, -ere,
sumpsi
sumptus
to take up; to expend, use up
castellum, -i
dim of castra, - fortified settlement; lookout tower
vimen
viminis
branch
carus, -a, -um
dear, valuable
consto, -stare, -stiti,
-staturus
to take a stand; to be apparent

constat - (impersonal) "it is apparent","it is clear"
cado
cadere
cecidi
casus
to fall; to die, be killed
postulo, -are, -avi, -atus
to ask, demand, require
concurso, -are, -avi, -atus
to run about
cortex
corticis
bark
debeo, -ere, -ui, -itus
to owe; (one) ought, should, must
accipio, -ere,
accepi
acceptus
to get, receive
accido, -ere, -i

accidit
- to fall down

- It happens
exeo, -ire, -ii, -itus
to go out, leave
extremus/a/um
last, final
indiligenter
(adv) - carelessly
prae
prep + abl

before; in comparison with
vesper
evening
deicio
deicere
deieci
deiectus
to throw down, to kill
credo, -ere, -idi, -itus
to trust, believe
celo, -are, -avi, -atus
to hide
ineo, -ire, -ii, -itus
to enter upon; (of a plan) to form
circummunio, -ire, -ivi, -itus
to surround with walls; to hem in
denique
at least
patior
pati
passus sum
(dep vb) - to experience; to endure, suffer
dignitas
dignitatis
(f) worth; rank, influence
contendo
contendere
contendi
contentus
to fight; to try; to hasten
vindico, -are, -avi, -atus
to claim
+"in" + acc - to inflict punishment upon
utor, uti, usus sum
(dep vb) + abl - to use; to enjoy; to take advantage of
iuventus
iuventutis
(f) youth, young men
finitimi, -orum
(m,pl) - neighbors, neighboring tribes
ius, iuris
(n) right, customary law, sanctity
quivis
quaevis
quidvis
any at all, any
ubique
adv - everywhere, anywhere
(ubiquitous)
murus, -i
wall
cogo, -ere
coegi
coactus
to bring together, assemble
patefacio
patefacere
patefeci
patefactus
to throw open, open
vvv
vvv
retineo, -ere, -ui
retentus
to retain, keep
qqq
qqq
consuetudo
consuetudinis
(f) - custom, habit
fremitus, -us
(4d)
uproar, noise
prope
(adv) nearly
convallis, convallis, convallium
(f) valley, defile
magis
adv - more
negotium, -i
work; present undertaking, task at hand
consuesco, -ere,
consuevi
consuetus
to be accustomed
porto, -are, -avi, -atus
to carry, bring, take
cruciatus, -us
(4d) - torture
consector, consectari, consectatus sum
to follow closely, pursue
condicio
condicionis
(f) - terms
negotium, -i
operation
inimicus, -a, -um
+ dat - unfriendly (to), hostile (to)
profectio
profectionis
(f) setting out, departure
priusquam
before
alacer, alacris, alacre
eager, keen, fired up
fossa, -ae
ditch, trench
occasus, -us
(4d)
(m) falling down, setting
attingo, -ere,
attigi
attactus
to touch
obeo, -ire, -ii, -itus
to meet; + acc - to take care of
acervus, -i
heap, pile, stack
languor
languoris
(m) exhaustion, weariness
despolio, -are, -avi, -atus
to rob; to deprive X (acc) of Y (abl)
consilium capere (idiom)
to form a plan, come up with a strategy
aries
arietis
(m) - ram; military - battering ram
insidiae, -arum
(f,pl) ambush
invideo
invidere
invidi
invisus
+ dat - to envy, resent, be jealous of
augeo, -ere
auxi
auctus
to increase
(augment)
deduco, -ere
deduxi
deductus
to bring away; to force
deficio, -ere, defeci, defectus
to fail, desert
adaequo, -are, -avi, -atus
to make equal in height; to reach (the level of)
transcendo, -ere, -i
transcensus
+ in + acc - to board
iacio, -ere,
ieci
iactus
to throw
valles, vallis, vallium
(f) valley
trado
tradere
tradidi
traditus
to hand over, deliver, surrender
quare
(adv) for which reason, why
dedo, -ere, -idi, -itus
deditio, deditionis
dediticius, -a, -um
- to surrender, give up
- surrender
- having surrendered
propero, -are, -avi, atus
to hurry, hasten, rush
dominor
dominari
dominatus sum
(dep vb) - to dominate, rule
demitto, -ere
demisi
demissus
to let down; + "se", to descend
infero, -ferre,
intuli
illatus
to bring in; to inflict
ob
prep + acc - on account of... due to... for...
praestat
praestare
+ dat - it is better, it is preferable
existo, -ere
exstiti
to surface, arise, come to pass
etsi
although
ostendo, -ere, -i,
ostentus
to present, show, reveal
malacia, -ae
calm, dead calm
fletus, -us
(4d)
crying, weeping
circumspicio, -ere
circumspexi
circumspectus
to look around; to examine, look over