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abutor abuti abusus sum w/ abl.
to abuse
arbitror (1)
to thinikn, suppose
audacia (noun)
audacia audacae f. boldness, recklessness
caedes (noun)
-is f. sluaghter, murder
concursus
concursus -us m. gathering
coniuratio
-onis f. conspiracy
consilium
consilium capere
-i n. debate
to adopt a plan
constrictus/a/um
constringo
bound, choked off
convoco (1)
to call together
designo (1)
to point out
effrentus/a/um
unbridled, unrestrained
eludo eludere elusi elusum
to mock
etiam
still
fio fieri factus sum (irr. pass.)
to be made, become
furor
furoris m. madness
ignoro (1)
to be unaware of; failr to recognize
vero
indeed, in fact
honor (noun)
cursus honorum
-oris (m) honor, office
the sequence of offices
iam
rnow, right now
egeris
perfect subjunctive act second singular of AGO

to do, drive
ubi
where?
quem
whom
hic
here
hic haec hoc
this, these
etiam (besides still)
also
fio, fieri, factus sum

fit
to happen, become; be made, be done
oculus (noun)
-i m. eye
autem
moreover, however
telum
teli m. weapon, spear javelin
ac
and, also