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arma orum
2nt pl; arms, armed men
coniuratio, coniuration-is
3f conspiracy
coniurator, coniurator-is
3m conspirator
consulatus us
4m consulship
mons mont-is
3m mountain
res publica, re-i publicae
5f +adj; state, republic
gratus a um
pleasing (to x dat)
vetus, veter-is
old, long-established
agito, are
to stir up, incite (ago +it)
efficio, ere, effeci, effectus
to bring about; cause, make; complete
insum inesse, infui
I am in
mando, are
to entrust
moueo, ere, moui, motus
to remove; move, cause, begin
narro, are
to tell ,relate
paro, are
to prepare, get ready; provide; obtain
adeo
to such an extent
in dies
day by day
in primis
especially
quamuis
however, ever, such a (qualifing an adj.)
periculos-us a um
dangerous
polluo, ere
to pollute
paro, are
to get ready
obscurus a um
ignoble (lit 'dark')
obnoxius, a um
servile
reticeo, ere
to keep quiet
quaecumque
whatever (things)
stuprum i
sexual intercourse (outside of marriage)
quamuis
however
superbia ae
pride, arrogance
prorsus
in a word