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quōcircā
for which reason, wherefore
praestāns, praestantis
preeminent, superior, distinguished, extraordinary
tandem
really, after all
contueor, contuērī, contuitus sum
to look upon, gaze at
inlecebra,-ae(f)
enticement, attraction, charm, allurement
decus, decoris(n)
splendor, glory, honor
ipsī videant
"let them see to it", "let it be their affair"
cingō, cingere, cinxī, cinctum
to surround, encircle, enclose
perennis,-is,-e
lasting the year through, everlasting
obruō, obruere, obruī, obrutum
to overwhelm, bury, destroy, obliterate
interitus,-ūs(m)
destruction, annihilation, death
oblīviō, oblīviōnis(f)
forgetfulness
posteritās, posteritātis(f)
posterity
reditus,-ūs(m)
return, returning
pertineō, pertinēre, pertinuī
to extend
exiguus,-a,-um
small, scanty
altē
from on high
sēdēs,-is(f)
seat, dwelling place, location
aeternus,-a,-um
everlasting, eternal
praemium,-ī(n)
reward
angustiae,-ārum(f pl)
narrowness, shortness, want, difficulty
regiō,-ōnis(f)
region
umquam
ever
ūllus,-a,-um
any
sīquidem
if indeed, if it is really true that
mereor,merērī,meritus sum
to deserve, merit, be entitled to, be worthy of
bene meritīs dē patriā
"those who have deserved well of the fatherland","those who have behaved well toward the fatherland"
līmes,līmitis(m)
path, road, way
quamquam
although
pueritia,-ae(f)
boyhood, youth
ingredior,ingredī,ingressus sum(+dat)
to trod in or on
ēnītor,ēnītī,ēnīsus sum
to exert oneself, make an effort, struggle, strive
vigilantius(comp.adj.)
more watchfully, carefully, vigilantly
quasi
something like
aditus,-ūs(m)
approach, access
vestīgium,-ī(n)
footstep,step
defuī
to fail or be lacking