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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.