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quö üsque,
up until what point, how long.
abütor, ütï, -üsus sum + abl.
to abuse.
patientia, -ae,
patience, endurance.
quam diü,
how long.
furör, -öris m.
rage, fury.
iste, ista, istud,
that.
ëlüdö, -ere, -lüsï, -lüsum,
to mock.
effrënätus, -a, -um,
unbridled, unrestrained.
iactö (1)
to throw, brandish; flaunt
audäcia, -ae,
daring, boldness.
nocturnus, -a, -um,
nocturnal, by night.
praesidium, -ï,
guard.
vigilia, -ae,
standing guard.
timor, -öris m.
fear, alarm.
concursus, -üs m.
assembly
münïtus, -a, -um,
fortified.
ös, öris n.
mouth; voice; expression.
vultus, -üs m.
countenance, face.
pateö, -ëre, -uï,
to be open, lie exposed.
consilium, ï,
plan, intention.
sentiö, -ïre, sensï, sensum,
to sense, perceive
cönstringö, -ere, -strïnxï, -strictum,
to
restrain, control, inhibit.
scientia, -ae,
knowledge.
teneö, -ëre, tenuï, tentenm,
to hold
coniürätiö, -iönis f
. plot, conspiracy.
proximus, -a, -um,
last, nearest, most recent.
agö, -ere, ëgï, actum,
to do
convocö (1)
to call together.
ignörö (1)
to not know
arbitror, -ärï, -ätus sum,
to judge, think
immö,
on the contrary
etiam,
even.
particeps, -ipis + gen.
taking part in; a participent
nötö (1)
to note
dësignö (1)
to indicate, mark ou
caedës, -is f.
slaughter, massacre
satis indecl. noun or adj.
enough.
telum, -ï,
missile, weapon
vïtö (1)
to avoid
iussum, -ï,
order, command
consul, -ulis m.
consul
iam prïdem,
long since, long ago.
oportet, -ere + acc. and infinitive,
it is proper
cönferö, -ferre, -tulï, collätum,
together; apply
pestis, petis f.
plague, ruin, destruction
iam diü:
now for a long time.
mächinor, -ärï, -ätus sum,
design, contrive.
an,
or, or whether
amplus, -a -um,
spacious; distinguished.
mediocriter adv.
moderately, slightly
labefactö (1)
to weaken, undermine
status, -üs m.
posItion, state of affairs, condition
prïvätus, ï,
a private individual
interficiö, -ere, -fëcï, -fectum,
to kill, slay.
orbis terrae,
the world
incendium, ï,
fire
västö (1)
to devastate, destroy.
perferö, -ferre, -tulï, -lätum,
to tolerate
nimis,
too (much)
antïquus, -a, -um,
ancient
praetereö, -ïre, -iï, -itum,
to pass by, pass beyond
novae rës,
revolution
studeö, -ëre, -uï + dat.
to be eager for
occïdö, -ere, -cïdï, -cïsum,
to kill.
quondam adv.
formerly
acer, acris, acre,
harsh, stern
supplicium, ï,
punishment
civis, civis c.
fellow-citizen.
perniciösus, -a, -um,
pernicious, ruinous.
acerbus, -a, -um,
bitter, harsh
coerceö, -ëre, -uï, -itum,
to check, suppress
senätüs cönsultum:
decree of the senate.
vehemëns, -entis,
intense, powerful
gravis, -e,
heavy, grave, weighty, serious
dësum, -esse, -fuï,
to be lacking, fail.
auctöritäs, -ätis f
. authority
ördö, -inis f.
order, rank (here, the senate)
apertë adv.
openly.
faucës, -ium f.pl.
throat; channel; gorge
conlöcö (1)
to place, put in order, arrange,
crescö, -ere, crëvï, crëtum,
to grow
dux, ducis m.
leader
moenia, -örum n.pl.
walls, fortifications
adeö,
even, in fact, actually.
intestïnus, -a, -um,
internal
aliquï, aliqua, aliquod adj.
some
cotïdië adv.
daily
perniciës, -ëï f.
destruction, ruin, disaster.
mölior, -ïrï,
to build, erect, work at, contrive.
comprehendö, -ere, -dï, -sum,
to take, seize,
interficiö, -ere, -fëcï, -fectum,
to kill, slay
potius adv.
rather
potius quam:
rather than
serius adv.
too late.
quisquam, quaequam, quidquam,
anyone, someone
nondum,
not yet
addücö, -ere, -düxï, -ductum,
to bring; influence; induce; persuade
tum,
then, at that time.
dënique adv.
at last, finally.
tam,
so
improbus, -a, -um,
wicked, perverse
perditus, -a, -um,
lost, hopeless, ruined
similis, -e + gen. or dat.
similar, alike, like
inveniö, -ïre, -vënï, -ventum,
to find
iurë,
justly, rightly
fateor, -ërï, -fassus sum,
to confess, admit.
quamdiü,
how lon
audeö, -ëre, ausus sum,
to dare
praesidium, -ï,
defense; guard
obsideö, -ëre, -sëdï, -sessus,
to block, besiege
në,
that . . . not, lest
commoveö, -ëre, -mövï, -mötum,
to stir up, arouse
oculus, -ï,
eye
auris, auris f.
ear.
sïcut,
as, just as
adhüc,
up to now, hitherto
speculor, -ärï, -ätus,
to watch
custödiö, -ïre, -ïvï, -ïtum,
to guard
etenim,
for, indeed.
amplius,
more, further, longer
exspectö (1
) to await, wait for
neque . . . nec,
neither . . . nor
tenebrae, -ärum f.pl.
darkness; shadows.
obscürö (1)
to obscure, hide
coeptus, -üs m.
undertaking, business
nefärius, -a, -um,
criminal, heinous
pariës, -ietis m.
wall
contineö, -ëre, -uï, -tum,
to hold, contain
coniürätiö, -iönis f.
conspiracy, plot.
illuströ (1)
to light up, make clear
ërumpö, -ere, -rüpï, -ruptum,
to break out
mütö (1)
to change, alter, modify.
mens, mentis f.
mind
oblïviscor, -ï, ïtus sum + gen.
to forget.
caedis, -is f.
slaughter, massacre
incendium, -ï,
fire, burning.
undique
, on all sides
licet, -ëre, licuit,
to be permissible
recognoscö, -ere, -növï, -nitum,
to call to mind, review
vigilö (1)
to keep watch, be vigilant
salüs, -ütis f.
safety.
perniciës, -ëï f
. ruin, destruction.
obscürë adv
. dimly, obscurely.
conveniö, -ïre, -vënï, -ventum,
to come together, assemble
complürës:
several, many
amentia, -ae,
madness, folly.
scelus, -eris n
. crime
negö (1)
to deny.
convincö, -ere, -vïcï, -victum,
to refute, convict, prove
hïc adv.
here
ünä adv
. together.
interitus, -üs f.
destruction, ruin, death
adeö adv.
even, indeed
exitium, -ï,
destruction, ruin.
cögitö (1)
to ponder, reflect on
sententia, -ae,
opinion.
ferrum, -ï,
iron; sword
trucidö (1
) to slaughter
oportet imper. + acc. and infinitive,
it is proper
nöndum adv.
not yet
distribuö, -ere, -uï, -ütus,
allocate, parcel out
pars, partis f.
part; area, region
statuö, -ere, -uï, -ütus,
to decide, settle
quö adv.
where, to where.
proficiscor, -ï, -fectus sum,
to set out.
dëligö, -ere, -lëgï, -lectum,
to choose, select
ëdücö, -ere, -düxï, -ductum,
to lead out
discrïbö, -ere, -scripsï, -scriptum,
assign, distribute
confirmö (1)
to assert, confirm
etiam nunc adv.
even now.
reperiö, -ïre, repperï, -pertum,
to find
equës, -itis m
. knight
polliceor, -ërï, -itus sum
to promise.
vixdum adv.
scarcely yet
coetus, -üs m
. meeting, gathering
dimittö, -ere, -mïsï, -missum,
send away, dismiss.
comperiö, -ïre, -perï, -pertum,
to discover
praesidium, -ï,
guard, protection
muniö, -ïre, -ïvï, -ïtum,
to fortify
firmö (1)
to make secure
exclüdö, -ere, -clüsï, -clüsum,
to shut out
manë adv.
in the morning
iam:
already
praedicö, -ere, -dixï, -dictum,
to predict
pergö, -ere, -rexï, -rectum,
to continue on proceed,
aliquandö,
finally, at last
pateö, -ëre, -uï,
to lie open.
desïderö (1)
to miss, long for, require
purgö (1)
to purge, cleanse
metus, -üs m
. fear
dum modö,
if only.
mürus, -ï, (city)
wall
intersum, -esse, -fuï,
to be present; come between
versor, -ärï, -ätus sum,
to live, have dealing with, associate
diütius adv.
further, longer
sinö, -ere, -ïvï, -itus,
to allow, permit.
dubitö + inf. (1)
to hesitate
ëmorior, -ï, -tuus sum,
to die off.
aliquï, aliqua, aliquod adj
. some
supplicium, -ï,
punishment
debitus, -a, -um,
deserved, destined.
ëripiö, -ere, -ripuï, -reptum,
to snatch away
solitüdo, -inis f.
solitude
mandö (1)
to hand over, commit
postulö (1)
to demand
ordö, -inis m.
rank, order, class
decernö, -ere, -crëvï, -crëtum,
to decide, determine, decree
obtemperö (1)
to obey
abhorreö, -ëre, -uï + ab,
to be averse to, be inconsistent with
mös, möris m.
custom, usage, practice
exspectö (1)
to await, wait for
ecquid,
whether, at all?
attendö, -ere, -ï, -tus,
to notice, mark.
auctoritäs, -ätis f.
authority
perspiciö, -ere, -spexï, -spectum,
To perceive, observe, discern, ascertain
vïs f.
force, violence
inferö, -ferre, -tulï, illätum,
to bring to bear.
quiescö, -ere, -ëvï, -ëtum,
to rest, keep quiet.
probö (1)
to approve
sölum adv.
only, merely.
vidëlicet adv.
of course, naturally
vïlis, -e,
cheap, worthless
honestus, -a, -um,
honorable, decent.
circumstö, -äre, -stetï,
to stand around, surround
frequentia, -ae,
crowd, dense mass
studium, -ï,
eagerness.
exaudiö, -ïre, -ïvï, -ïtum,
to hear clearly
vix adv.
scarcely; with difficulty
contineö, -ëre, -uï, -tentum,
to hold together, control, check
addücö, -ere, -düxï, -ductum,
to lead to, influence, persuade
vastö (1)
to destroy
iam prïdem:
now for a long time
prösequor, -ï, -cütus sum,
to accompany, escort
sëcëdö, -ere, -cessï, -cessum,
to withdraw
congregö (1)
to gather, assemble
mürus, -ï,
(city) wall
dësinö, -ere, -sïvï, -situs,
to give up, abandon, stop (from doing s.th. + inf.).
insidior, -ärï, -ätus + dat.
to plot agains
obsideö, -ëre, -sëdï, -sessum,
to besiege
curia, -ae,
senate hous
fax, facis f.
torch.
compärö (1)
to prepare
dënique adv.
finally, at last, in short
inscrïbö, -ere, -scripsï, -scriptum,
Write on, inscribe
frons, frontis f.
forehead, brow
polliceor, -ërï, -itus sum,
to promise.
tantus, -a, -um,
so much, so great
diligentia, -ae,
diligence.
conseniö, -iönis f.
agreement, harmony
profectiö, -iönis f.
departure.
patefaciö, -ere, -fëcï, -factum,
to uncover, reveal
illuströ (1)
to light up, make clear
opprimö, -ere, -pressï, -pressum,
to crush
vindicö (1)
to punish.
salüs, -ütis f.
safety.
pestis, pestis f.
plague, death, destruction
perniciës, -ëï f.
ruin, destruction
exitium, -ï,
destruction, ruin
scelus, -eris n
. crime.
iungö, -ere, iunxï, iunctum,
to join
impius, -a, -um,
impious, unholy
nefärius, -a, -um,
criminal, heinous.
constituö, -ere, -uï, -ütus,
to set up, establish
ara, -ae,
altar
tectum, -ï,
roof; house
moenia, -iörum n.pl.
city walls.
arceö, -ëre, -uï,
to keep at a distance, keep away from (+ abl.)
latrö, -önis m
. robber, brigand
foedus, -eris n.
treaty, agreement
societäs, -ätis f.
fellowship, association