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adultus/a/um
full-grown, mature
aggrego (1)
to collect
alo -ere -ui altum
to support
animadverto -ere -verti -versum
to punish
comprimo -ere -pressi pressum
to suppress
consulatus (noun)
-us m. consulship
corroboro(1)
to strengthen, encourage
crudeliter
cruelly
dissimulo (1)
to cover up, conceal
eicio -ere -ieci -iectum
to drive away; banish
eodem
in the same place
erumpo -ere -rupi -ruptum
to break out, rush
exstinguo -ere -stinxi -stinctum
to destroy, annihilate
fateor -eri fassus sum
to admit, acknowledge
fortasse
perhaps
immeneo -ere def. v. w/ dat.
to overhang; threaten
imperitus/a/um
inexperienced
insidiae (noun)
-arum f. pl. ambush; trap, plot
intendo -ere -tendi -tentum
to intend; go
latrocinium (noun)
-i n. band of robbers
maturitas (noun)
-atis f. ripeness, maturity
mollis (adjective)
-e soft, weak
nascor nasci natus sum
to grow, arise
naufragus (noun)
-i m. survivor; a bankrupt
nescio -ire -ivi -itum
to be ignorant, not know
paulisper
for a little while
pentus
deep, deeply
pestis (noun)
-is f. plague, destruction
quo pacto
how
regie
in the manner of a king, despotically
relevo (1)
to relieve ease
reprimo -ere -pressi -pressum
to restrain, confine
resideo -ere sedi
to stay behind, be left
semen (noun)
-inis n. seedm origin
stirps (noun)
-is f. stem; source
tollo -ere sustuli sublatum
to destroy, wipe out
undique
from everywhere, on all sides
vena -ae f.
vein artery
versor (1)
to live, dwell
vetus veteris
long established, old
viscus (noun)
-eris (n) usuall plurl internal organs, vitals (bowels)
jussive subjunctive
ut/ne + subjunctive
in the main clause of a sentence
"let..." "let not..."
Purpose Clause
main clause ut/ne + subjunctive (other clause)

"so that" "in order that"
Result Clause
sic ita tam tantus in main clause + ut/ne subjunctive
translated "so" "such"
negated by non nemo numquam
indirect question
head verb + interrogative element (such as who, what, when) +subjunctive

yes or no= utrum
condition
si/nisi + subjunctive

If...
proviso
dummodo + subjunctive

provided that
cum temporal
cum + indicative
cum= when
cum circumstantial
cum + subjunctive
cum=since
cum concessive
cum + subj. + tamen

cum=although
jussive noun clause/indirect command
head verb of asking, demanding, commanding + ut/ne + subj.
relative clause of characteristic
Qui + subj.
type of student
fear clause
verb of fearing + ne/ut + subj.
ne/ut switch