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acies
aciei, f.

-sharpness, edge
avus
avi, m.

-grandfather
confestim
-immediately
confirmo
confirmare, confirmavi, confirmatus

-to strengthen
consularis
consulare

-of consular rank
consultum
consulti, n.

-decree
convenio
convenire, conveni, conventum

-it is fitting, proper

(used mostly in 3rd person, followed by dat.)
decerno
decernere, decrevi, decretum

-to vote, decree
detrimentum
detrimenti, n.

-loss, harm

(detrimentum capere- to receive harm)
hebesco
hebescere

-to grow dull
includo
includere, inclusi, inclusum

-to enclose
intercedo
intercedere, intercessi, intercessum

-to pass
liberi
liberorum, m. pl.

-children
maiores
maiorum, m. pl.

-ancestors
modus
modi, m.

-sort, type
num
-"subject didn't...did subject?"
permitto
permittere, permisi, permissum

-to entrust acc. to dat.
plebs
plebis, f.

-common people
praetor
praetoris, m.

-praetor
recondo
recondere, recondidi, reconditum

-to hide, conceal
remoror
remorari, remoratus sum

-to wait on
seditio
seditionis, f.

-insurrection, rebellion
suspicio
suspicionis, f.

-suspicion
tabula
tabulae, f.

-tablet

(pl.- public records)
tribunus
tribuni, m.

-tribune
uti
-so, so that, thus

(same as ut)
vagina
vaginae, f.

-sheath, scabbard
verum
-but
vicesimus, a, um
-twentieth
patricians
-the moneyed upper class who were officially not allowed to engage in business
optimates
-"the best men," meaning the aristocratic group of patricians who wished for the true power in the Roman government to reside with the Senate, not the popular assemblies
nobilitas
-the politial status a family received; first from having a consul among their ancestors and second from the "name recognition" and political ties that usually ensured political advancement
novae tabellae
-"new tables," meaning a cancellation of all debts
coup d'etat
-plans to overthrow the government; a rebellion
Curia
-the Senate house