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aperte
openly
universus/a/um
whole, altogether
tecta -orum
n. pl. roofs, houses
vastitas -atis
f. devastation, desolation, ruin
qua re
for this reason, therefore
proprius/a/um
w/ gen special to, appropriate for
imperium -i
n. command, power
disciplina -ae
f. training, instruction
severitas -atis
f. strict action, sternness
lenis -e
mild, gentle
communis -e
common
resideo -ere -sedi
to stay behind, be left
reliquus/a/um
left over, remaining
manus -us
f. gang
sin
but if, if on the contrary
dudum
some time, for a long time
hortor
to encourage
exhaurio -ire -hausi -haustum
to drain off, drink down
comes comitis
m./f. comrade, companion
sentina -ae
f. bilge water, sewage, dregs
impero 1
to command
sponte (tua)
f. abl. sg. of your own accord, voluntarily
suadeo -ere suasi suasum
w/ dat of pers. to advise, urge
delecto 1
to please, delight
nota - ae
f. mark, brand
domesticus/a/um
of the household, filial
turpitudo -inis
f. disgrace, shame
inuro -ere -ussi- ustum
w/ dat to burn in, brand upon
dedecus -oris
n. disgrace
haereo -ere haesi haesum
to stick to, cling to
facinus -oris
n. deed; outrage
flagitium -i
n. outrage, disgrace
totus/a/um
whole, all
adulescentulus -i
m. little young man
corruptela -ae
f. corruption, temptation
illecebra -ae
f. enticement, charm
irretio -ire -retivi -retitum
to catch in a net, ensnare
aut
or
praefero -ferre -tuli -latum
to carry ACC before/in front of DAT
nuper
recently
superior -ius
previous, last
nuptiae -arum
f. pl. wedding, marriage
vacuefacio -ere -feci -factum
to make empty, clear
nonne
not; surely...not
cumulo 1
to heap up
scelus -eris
n. crime
sceleratus/a/um
wicked, criminal, vicious