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postea
afterwards
quid
why?
Agrigentinuus i
person from Agrigentum (town in Sicily)
custos, custod-is
3m/f guard
fama ae
rumour, report; reputation
impetus, us
4m, attack
nuntius i
messenger
simulacrum, i
image, copy
templum i
temple
Verres, Verr-is
3m, Verres
uis
irr. f; force, violence (acc. vim, abl. ui)
uires, uirium
3f pl, strength, military forces
quidam quaedam quoddam
a, a certain, some
totus a um
whole complete
expugno, are
to storm
impetum facio, ere, feci, factus
to make an attack
peruenio, ire, perueni, peruentum (ad)
to reach, arrive at, come to
repello, ere, reppuli, repulsus
to drive back, drive out
apud
(+acc), among; (at the house of, in the hands of, in the works of)
interea
meanwhile
repente
suddenly
amicus i
friend, ally
iste, a ud
that over there/ of yours (esp. referring to an opponent in the trial)
locus i
2m place; 2 nt. pl, loca orum
magistratus us
4m magistrate, state official
sacerdos, sacerdot-is
3m f; priest(ess)
sacra orum
rites
senatus us
4m senate
signum i
statue; seal signal sign
uirgo, virgin-is
3f; young girl, virgin
innocens, innocent-is
guiltless
sacer, a um
holy, sacred
accuso, are
I accuse x (acc) of y (gen)
affirmo, are
to state strongly, assert
confirmo, are
to state clearly, confirm
defero, deferre, detuli, delatus
to report, bring news of; accuse, denounce; transfer
iudico, are
to judge
nego, are
to deny, say that x is not the case
puto are
to think
reperio, ire, repperi, repertus
to find
soleo, ere, solitus (semi-dep)
to be accustomed, used
tollo, ere, sustuli, sublatus
to lift, remove, take away
clamor, clamor-is
3m shout; outcry; noise
lex legis
3f law
Syracusan-us, i
person from Syracuse, Syracusan
laetus a um
happy
conicio, ere, conieci, coniectus
to throw
ueto, are, uetui, uetitus
to forbid
primo
at first
praeterea
besides, moreover
Asia, ae
Asia Minor
calamitas, calamitat-is
3f disaster, calamity
comes, comitis
3m companion, friend; pl retinue
hospes, hospit-is
3m host; friend; guest; connection
Lampsacenus i
person from Lampsacum
ceteri ae a
the rest; the others
clarus a um
famous, well-known
nobilis e
renowned, distinguisted; well-born, noble
turp-is e
disgusting, filthy, outrageous, ugly
ullus a um
any
cupio, ere, cupiui, cupitus
to desire, yearn for, want desperately
fruor, eri, fructus
(+abl) to enjoy
utor, eri, usus
(+abl), to use, make use of; adopt
prope
almost, near
consul, consul-is
3m consul
cupiditas, cupiditat-is
3f, lust greed, desire
coepi
(perf in form) I began
neglego, ere, neglexi, neglectus
to ignore, overlook, neglect
recipio, ere, recepi, receptus
to welcome, receive, take in
retineo, ere, retinui, retentus
to hold back; detain, restrain, maintain
convivium i
party
gravuitas, grauitat-is
3f seriousness, solemnity; importance, authority
ianua ae
door
laetitia ae
merriment, festivity, joy
sermo, sermon-is
3m conversation, discussion
alius a ud
other
solus a um
alone
tantus a um
so much; so great; so important
bibo, ere, bibi
to drink
comparo, are
to prepare, provide, get ready
conuenio, ire, conveni, conventum (ad)
I meet (at)
effugio, ere, effugi
to escape
festino, are
to hurry
intellego, ere, intellexi, intellectus
to perceive, understand, comprehend, grasp
inuito, are
to invite
oportet, ere, oportuit
x (dat) ought (to + infin); it is right, fitting for x (acc) to y (infin)
inter
+acc among, between
simul
at the same time
solum
adv. only
celeritas, celeritat-is
3f speed
praetor, praetor-is
3m praetor (Roman state official)
Romanus a um
Roman
caedo, ere, cecidi, caesus
to cut (down); flog, beat, kill
concurro, ere, concurri, concursum
to run together
oro, are
to beg, pray
parco, ere, peperci, parsurus
(+dat) to spare