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aliquando
at some time, at last
adv
coetus, -us
meeting, gathering
m
comperio, -ire, -peri, -pertum
to find out, discover
custos, custodis
guardian
m or f
desidero
to long for, miss
diutius
longer
comp adj
egredior, -i, -gressus sum
to go out, leave
excludo, -ere, -clusi, -clusum
to shut out
infestus/a/um
hostile, dangerous
mane
early in the morning
adv
Manlianus/a/um
of Manlius
metus, -us
fear, anxiety
m
minus
not
comp adj
modo (dum modo)
so long as, provided that
conj
nimium
too, too much
adv
pateo, -ere, patui
to be open
pergo, -ere, perrexi, perrectum
to keep on, proceed, go forward
pestis, -is
plague, destruction
f
praedico, -ere, -dixi, -dictum
to foretell, predict
purgo
to cleanse, purify
saluto
to greet, pay respects to
sino, -ere, sivi, situm
to permit, allow
Stator, -oris
the Stayer (a name given to Jupiter)
m
taeter/tra/trum
loathsome, foul
totiens
so many times
adv
versor
to be among, be around
vixdum
hardly, yet, barely
aperte
openly
adv
campus, -i
plain, marching field
m
comes, comitis
comrade, companion
m or f
comitia, -orum
election
pl noun
competitor, -is
rival, opponent
m
conatus, -us
attempt, undertaking
m
concito
to stir up, incite
coniungo, -ere, -iunxi, -iunctum
to join together
coniurati, -orum
conspirators
pl masc
consularis, -e
of consular rank, consular
designatus/a/um
elect
disciplina, -ae
training, instruction
f
dudum
some time, for a long time
exhaurio, -ire, -hausi, -haustum
to drain off, drink down
exitium, -i
destruction, ruin
n
insidior
lie in wait for, plot against
lenis, -e
mild, gentle
maiores, maiorum
ancestors
pl masc subst
manus, -us
gang
f
obsisto, -ere, obstiti, obstitum
to resist, thwart
w/ dat
periclitor
to put to the test, risk
peto, -ere, -ivi, -itum
to attack, aim at
proprius/a/um
last, most recent
w/ gen
qua re
and for this reason, therefore
quam diu
as long as
quoniam
since
quotienscumque
however often, whenever
reliquus/a/um
left over, remaining
resideo, -ere, -sedi
to stay behind, be left
saepius
too often
sentina, -ae
bilge water, sewage, dregs
f
severitas, -atis
strict action, sterness
f
sin
but if, if on the contrary
tecta, -orum
roofs; houses
n pl
tumultus, -us
riot
m
utilis, -e
useful, advantageous
vastitas, -atis
devastation, desolation, ruin
f
absum, abesse, afui, afuturus
to be away
adulescentulus, -i
little young man
m
consulo, -ere, -sului, -sultum
to consult
corruptela, -ae
corruption, temptation
f
cumulo
to heap up
dedecus, -oris
disgrace
n
delecto
to please, delight
exsisto, -ere, exstiti, estitum
to appear; exist
extra
outside of
w/ acc
facinus, -oris
deed; outrage
n
fax facis
torch, firebrand
f
flagitium, -i
outrage, disgrace
n
haereo, -ere, -haesi, haesum
to stick to, cling to
Idus, Iduum
the Ides
pl fem
ignominia, -ae
shame, dishonor
f
illecebra, -ae
enticement, charm
f
immanitas, -atis
enormity, ferocity
f
impendeo, -ere
to threaten
w/ dat
inuro, -ere, -ussi, -ustum
to burn in, brand upon
w/ dat
irretio, -ire, -retevi, -retitum
to catch in a net, ensnare
libido, -inis
desire, passion
f
metuo, -ere, metui
to fear, be afraid of
nota, -ae
mark, brand
f
nuper
recently
adv
nuptiae, -arum
wedding, marriage
pl fem
odi, odisse
to hate
(only in perf)
perditus/a/um
corrupt
praefero, -ferre, -tuli, -latum
to carry (acc.) before/infront of (dat.)
praetermitto, -ere, -misi, -missum
to pass over, leave out
ruina, -ae
ruin, destruction
f
sileo, -ere, -ui
to be quiet, leave unmentioned
sponte (tua)
of your own accord, voluntarily
suadeo, -ere, suasi, suasum
to advise, urge
w/ dat of person
superior, -ius
previous, last
comp adj
turpitudo, -inis
disgrace, shame
f
vacuefacio, -ere, -feci, -factum
to make empty, clear
vindico
to avenge, punish
vitium, -i
crime, vice
n
aio, ais, ait, aiunt
to say
assequor, -i, -secutus sum
to accomplish, gain
comitium, -i
the Comitium
n
conicio, -ere, -ieci, -iectum
to throw together, hurl
declinato, -onis
a bending; sidestep
f
designatus/a/um
elect
difficulatas, -atis
trouble, difficulty
f
effugio, -ere, -fugi, -fugitum
to escape, avoid
iucundus/a/um
pleasant
obscurus/a/um
covered, concealed
obsisto, -ere, obstiti, obstitum
to resist, thwart
w/ dat
omitto, -ere, -misi, -missum
to leave out, disregard
pertineo, -ere, -ui
to pertain to
petitio, -onis
blow, attack
f
postea
later on, afterwards
adv
princeps, -cipis
leading man, chief
m subst
quot
how many
indecl. adj
quotiens
how often...!
exclamation
salus, -utis
health, safety
f
spiritus, -us
breath, air
m
telum, -i
weapon, javelin
n
turpitudo, -inis
disgrace, shame
f
vito
to avoid, evade
adventus, -us
approach, arrival
m
assido, -ere, -sedi
to sit down
casus, -us
chance, mishap
m
constituo, -ere, -stitui, -stitutum
to designate
consularis, -e
of consular rank, consular
contingo, -ere, -tigi, -tactum
to happen to
w/ dat.
contumelia, -ae
reproach, insult
f
defigo, -ere, -fixi, -fixum
to plunge
desisto, -ere, -stiti, -stitum
to stop, cease
devoeo, -ere, -vovi, -votum
to devote, consecrate
elabor, -i, lapsus sum
to slip away, escape
excido, -ere, -cidi
to fall out, fall
extorqueo, -ere, -torsi, -tortum
to wrest away, take by force
frequentia, -ae
crowd
f
inanis, -e
empty
initio
to initiate, consecrate
iudicium, -i
judgement, sentence
mehercule
by Hercules!
metuo, -ere, metui
to fear, be afraid of
misericordia, -ae
compassion, pity
f
necessarius, -i
relative, client
m
necesse
w/ esse
to be necessary
nudus/a/um
bare
odium, -i
hate, grudge
n
pacto
in a way
abl. sing.
paulo ante
a little while ago, shortly before
adv.
permoveo, -ere, -movi, -motum
to arouse
persaepe
very often
adv.
sica, -ae
dagger
f
simul atque
as soon as
subsellium, -i
seat, bench
n
taciturnitas, -atis
silence
f
tot
so many, in such numbers
indecl. num. adj.
vacuefacio, -ere, -feci, -factum
to make empty, vactate
agnosco, -ere, agnovi, agnitum
to recognize, acknowledge
aliquo
to somewhere, somewhere
aspectus, -us
sight, view
m
aliquot
indecl. num. adj.
some, several
careo, -ere, -ui
to be without, go without
w/ abl
concedo, -ere, -cessi, -cessum
to retreat
conscientia, -ae
common knowledge
f
conspicio, -ere, -spexi, -spectum
to look at
direptio, -onis
plundering, pillaging
f
everto, -ere, -verti, -versum
to overthrow
exsisto, -ere, -stiti
to appear
flagitum, -i
deed of shame, outrage, disgrace
n
impunitus/a/um
unpunished, unchecked
infestus/a/um
hostile, dangerous
iniuria
wrongly, unjustly
abl sing
iudico
to decide, judge
iustus/a/um
just, right
malo, malle, malui
to prefer
nex, necis
murder
f
odi, odisse
to hate
offensus/a/um
disliked, offensive
parricidium, -i
murder, parricide
n
placo
to soothe, appease
perfringo, -ere, -fregi, -fractum
to break down
pertimesco, -ere, -timui
to become alarmed at, fear
praesentia, -ae
presence
f
quaestio, -onis
trial, court
f
ratio, -onis
trial, court
f
superiora
the aforementioned, the foregoing
taceo, -ere, -tacui, tacitum
to be silent, be quiet
valeo, -ere, valui, valitum
to be strong, be able
valere ad
to succeed at
vereor, -eri, veritus sum
to fear; respect
vexatio, -onis
harassing
f
abhorreo, -ere, -ui
to be inconsistent with
w/ abl
adhibeo, -ere, -ui, -itum
to apply, use
aliquando
at some time
adv
asservo
to watch over, keep under guard
audeo, -ere, ausus sum
to be bold, dare
contineo, -ere, -ui, -tentum
to contain
custodia, -ae
guard, protection; house arrest
f
desino, -ere, -cessi, -cessum
to cease, stop
discedo, -ere, -cessi, -cessum
to depart, leave
fero, ferre, tuli, latum
to bear, tolerate
imperto
to prevail
increpo, -are, -crepui, -crepitum
to rattle, sound, make a noise
ineo, -ire, -ii, -itum
to enter into; to attempt
moenia, -ium
ramparts, walls of a city
n pl
paries, parietis
wall (of a house)
m
quia
since, because
recipio, -ere, -cepi, -ceptum
to receive; welcome
repudio
to reject, refuse
sin
but if
sodalis, -is
compainion, friend, pal
m or f
tuto
safely, safe
adv
verus/a/um
well-founded, justifiable
abeo, -ire, -ii, -itum
to go away, depart
animadverto, -ere, -verti, versum
to notice
attendo, -ere, attendi, attentum
to pay attention to
auctoritas, -atis
lead; sign
f
carcer, -eris
cell, prison
m
custodio, -ire, -ivi, -itum
to guard, watch over
demigro
to depart, leave
dignus/a/um
worthy of
w/ abl
diligens, -ntis
careful, attentive
dubito
to hesitate
ecquis, ecquid
anyone, anything; any "noun" at all
egredior, -i, -gressus sum
to go out, leave, depart
emorior, -i, -mortuus sum
to die off, die
fore
futurum esse
fuga, -ae
flight, escape
iustus/a/um
right, just
loquentium
pres participle of
loquor
mando
to hand over, entrust
mos, moris
habit, custom; pl. character, practice
m
obtempero
to comply, obey
quam
how "adj/adv"
w/ "adj/adv"
referre
in the phrase ad senatum referre:
to present before the Senate for debate
sagax, -acis
keen, quick, shrewd
silentium, -i
silence
n
solitudo, -inis
lonliness; lonely place, wilderness
f
supplicium, -i
punishment
n
suspicor
to mistrust, suspect
videlicet
obviously, namely, of course
adv
vinculum, -i
chain
n
vindico
to punish
voluntas, -atis
will, desire
f
adduco, -ere, -duxi, ductum
to prompt, induce
adulescens, -ntis
young (man), youth
m or f
auctoritas, -atis
support, approval
f
circumsto, -are, -steti
to surround, threaten
contineo, -ere, -tenui, -tentum
to restrain, hold in check
corrigo, -ere, -rexi, -rectum
to straighten out, fix
duint
to give, grant
archaic pres. subjunctive
eques, equitis
knight, member of equestrian order
m
exaudio, -ire, -ivi, -itum
to hear clearly, perceive
frango, -ere, fregi, fractum
to break, destory
frequentia, -ae
crowd
f
honestus/a/um
worthy, honorable
impendo, -ere
to threaten
w/ dat
induco, -ere, -duxi, -ductum
to bring; persuade
animum inducere
to decide
infero, -ferre, -tuli, illatum
to bring "acc." against "dat."
invidia, -ae
envy, ill will
f
meditor
to contemplate, consider
perspicio, -ere, -spexi, -spectum
to see plainly, observe
posteritas, -atis
the future
f
probo
to approve, recommend
prosequor, -i, -secutus sum
to pursue; escort
quiesco, -ere, quievi, quietum
to keep still, take no action
studeo, -ere, -ui
to be eager for
w/ dat.
studium, -i
eagerness, zeal
n
tamesti
and yet
tempestas, -atis
storm
f
usque
all the way
adv
utinam
would that, oh that
adv
vilis, -e
cheap; poor