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acerbus/a/um
bitter, severe
an (conj. between two questions)
or is it that?
aperte
openly
auctoritatas (noun
-atis f. lead support
coerceo -ere -ui itum
to repress, restrain
confero conferre contuli collatum
to bring together
consilium (noun)
-i n. plan of action
desum deesse defui (irr. v. w/ dat.)
to fail
iam adv. w/ past tense
already
iam diu
for a long time now
in w/ acc.
against
incendium (noun)
-i n. fire
pl. arson
iussu (iussus) abl.
by order, at the command
labefacto (1)
to weaken
machinor (1)
to devise, plan
mediocriter
moderately, not very much
nimis
too, too much
novae res pl.
f. revolution
occido occidere occidi occisum
to kill, murder
oportet oportere oportuit impers. in pres tense


in past tenses
it is right, ought

outght to have inf-ed
orbis (noun)
orbis terra
orbis m. globe
the world
ordo (noun)
ordinis m. class, body
perfero -ferre -tuli -latum
to put up with
perniciosus/a/um
danger, destructive
pestis noun)
-is f. plague; destruction
pontifex (noun)
pontificis m. priest
praetereo -ire -ivi (-ii) -itum
to pass over
pridem
for a long time
privatus (noun)
-i m. civilian, private citizen
quondam
at one time, formerly
status (noun)
-us m. situation, condition
studeo studere studui w/ dat.
to be eager for
supplicium (noun)
-i n. punishment
vasto (1)
to destroy
vehemens (adjective)
-ntis strong, foreceful
vero
indeed