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creber, crebra, crebrum
repeated, numerous, frequent
excursio, excursionis, f.
a running out, small raid
vallum, i, n.
wall, rampart
circuitus, us, m.
circumference
castellum, i, n.
fortified settlement, lookout tower
circummunio, ire, ivi, itus
to surround with walls, hem in
vinea, ae, f.
vineyard, moveable shed
exstruo, exstruere, exstruxi, exstructus
to build up, construct
turris, turris, f.
tower
increpito, are
to blame, taunt
machinatio, machinationis, f
machine, mechanical device
spatium, i, n
space, distance
a tanto spatio
at such a distance, so far away
quinam, quaenam, quodnam
what
quibusnam manibus
but really, with what hands
praesertim, adv.
especially, particularly
tantulus, a, um
such a small, such a short
statura, ae, f.
stature, body size, height
prae, prep+ abl
before, in comparison with
contemptus, us, m.
contempt, scorn
moenia, moenium, n. pl.
walls
inusitatus, a, um
unusual, unfamiliar, extraordinary
ad hunc modum
in the following manner, as follows
ops, opis, f.
power, aid, help
potestas, potestatis, f.
power, control, authority
permitto, permittere, permisi, permissus
to give order, surrender
divinus, a, um
divine, of the gods
duodecim
twelve
Gallus, a, um
Gallic
irrideo, ere, irrisi, irrisus
to laugh at, mock, ridicule
loquor, i, locutus sum
to speak
modus, i, m
neasure, manner
murus, i, m
wall
onus, oneris, n.
burden, weight
oppidum, i, n.
town, stronghold,
parvulus, a, um
very small
pax, pacis, f.
peace
procul, adv.
far away, at a distance
promoveo, ere, promovi, promotus
to push forward
quindecim
fifteen
deprecor, deprecari, deprecatus sum
to pray for, beg, strongly request
pro
in accordance with, in keeping with
clementia, ae, f.
kindness, forgiveness, mercifulness
mansuetudo, mansuetudinis, f.
gentleness, compassion
quam
which
statuo, statuere, statui, statutus
to set up, determine, decide
atuatuci, orum, m. pl
the atuatuci
despolio, are, avi, atus
to rob
finitimi, orum, m. pl.
neighbors
invideo, invidere,invidi, invisus + dat.
to envy, resent, be jealous of
a quibus
from whom
praestat, praestare + dat.
it is preferrable, it is better
sibi praestare,
it would be better for them
casus, us, m.
a falling down, a misfortune, disaster
deduco, ere, deduxi, deductus
to bring away, force
quivis, quaevis, quidvis
any at all, any
cruciatus, us, m.
torture
dominor, dominari, dominatus sum
to dominate, rule
consuesco, consuescere, consuevi, consuetus
to be accustomed
ante, prep. + acc
in front of
audio, ire, ivi, itus
in front of
celo, are, avi, atus
to hide
conservo, are, avi, atus
to save, preserve
defendo, ere, defendi, defensus
to defend, protect
forte, adv.
by chance
fossa, ae, f.
ditch, trench
iacio, ere, ieci, iactus
to throw
inimicus, a, um + dat.
unfriendly to, hostile to
meritum, i, n.
good deed
nullus, a, um
no, none
patior, pati, passus sum
to experience, endure, suffer
porta, ae, f.
gate
prope, adv.
near
respondeo, ere, respondi, responsurus
to respond, reply
sic, adv.
thus, so, to such a degree