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adduco
adducere, adduxi, adductum

-to prompt, induce
adeo
-all the way, right up to
clemens
clementis

-merciful
colloco
collocare, collocavi, collocatus

-to station, place
comprehendo
comprehendere, comprehendi, comprehensum

-to sieze, arrest
condemno
condemnare, condemnavi, condemnatus

-to find acc. guilty of gen.

(w/ gen.)
conscripti
(in the phrase patres conscripti)

-senators
cotidie
-every day
cresco
crescere, crevi, cretum

-to grow, increase
dissolutus, a, um
-irresponsible
Etruria
Etruriae, f.

-Etruria (the district northwest of Rome)
fauces
faucium, f. pl.

-pass (of a mountain)
iam pridem
-long ago
inertia
inertiae, f.

-laziness, neglect
intestinus, a, um
-internal
moenia
moenium, n. pl.

-walls of a city, defenses
molior
moliri, molitus sum

-to try, attempt
nequitia
nequitiae, f.

-worthlessness
pernicies
perniciei, f.

-destruction, threat
potius...quam
-rather than
serius
-too late
singuli, ae, a
-each
vereor
vereri, veritus sum

-to fear, be afraid
verum
-but
nobilis
-the class of families who had a consul among their ancestors
hostis
-an enemy of the Republic, upon whom Rome could declare war and kill without trial
popularis
-literally "of the people." It described any attempt to curry favor with or enact policy through the people rather than the Senate
Tallianum
-in the prison next to the Curia, this was the lowest chamber where executions took place
Pater Patriae
-"Father of the Fatherland," an honorific title first given to Cicero after stopping Catiline, but later adopted by Julius Caesar, Augustus, and some emperors
Tribune of the plebs
-ten in number, these magistrates had the power of veto over any decrees of the Senate of legislation passed by the comitia. The office was originally designed to protect plebian interests.