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potior, potius
preferable, more important
convenio, convenire, conveni, conventum
to visit
complector, complecti, complexus sum
to embrace
suspicio, suspicere, suspexi, suspectum
to look up
antequam
before
discedo, discedere, discessi, discessum
to go away, depart
percontor, percontari, percontatus sum
to ask, question
ultro citroque
on this side and on that
apparatus, -ūs
preparation, splendor, magnificence
sermo, sermonis
conversation
produco, producere, pruduxi, productum
to draw out, extend
factum,-ī
deed, achievement
dictum,-ī
word, saying
meminī, meminisse
to remember, recall, mention
cubo, cubare, cubui, cubitum
to lie down, sleep
fessus, -a, -um
tired
vigilo(1)
to stay awake, be awake
artus, -a, -um
(of sleep)sound, deep
soleo, solere, solitus sum
to be accustomed
somnus, -ī(m)
sleep
equidem
indeed
ex hoc quod
as a result of what
ut...pariant
it usually happens that
cogitatio, cogitationis(f)
thought
pario, parere, peperi, partum
to bring forth
tale quale
such as
de quo...solebat
about whom he used to
videlicet
it is easy to see, clearly, evidently, of course
imago, imaginis(f)
image statue, bust, picture
notus,-a,-um
known
agnosco, agnoscere, agnovi, agnitum
to recognize
cohorresco, cohorrescere, cohorrui
to shudder, quiver with fear
Ades...animo
Pay attention, Gather your courage
omitto, omittere, omisi, omissum
to abandon, cease
renovo(1)
to renew
tale quale
such as
de quo...solebat
about whom he used to
videlicet
it is easy to see, clearly, evidently, of course
imago, imaginis(f)
image statue, bust, picture
notus,-a,-um
known
agnosco, agnoscere, agnovi, agnitum
to recognize
cohorresco, cohorrescere, cohorrui
to shudder, quiver with fear
Ades...animo
Pay attention, Gather your courage
omitto, omittere, omisi, omissum
to abandon, cease
renovo(1)
to renew
tutor, tutari, tutatus sum
to protect, defend
ad tutandam rem publicam
to protect the state
habeto(future imperative of habeo)
consider, be assured of this...
conservo(1)
to retain, maintain, preserve
adiuvo(1)
to help, assist, support
definio(4)?
to set bounds to, limit, define, designate
beatus,-a,-um
happy, prosperous, blessed, fortunate
aevum,-i(n)
lifetime, age, eternity
sempiternus,-a,-um
everlasting
fruor, frui, fructus sum(+abl.)
to enjoy
acceptus,-a,-um
welcome, agreeable, acceptable
coetus,-ūs(m)
assembling, uniting
socio(1)
to join or unite together, associate
rector, rectoris(m)
leader, ruler
conservator, conservatoris(m)
keeper, preserver, defender
extinguo, extinguere, extinxi, extinctum
to put out, extinguish, kill, destroy, annihilate
immo
nay, rather
vero
in truth, certainly, surely
vinclum,-i(n)
bond, rope, chains, fetters
tamquam
as if
cercer, carceris(m)
prison
evolo(1)
to fly out or away
aspicio, aspicere, aspexi, aspectum
to look at, see
profundo, profundere, profudi, profusum
to pour forth
osculor, osculari, osculatus sum
to kiss
ut primum
as soon as
fletus,-ūs(m)
weeping
reprimo, reprimere, repressi, repressum
to press back, check, curb, restrain
sanctus,-a,-um
sacred, pious, venerable
custodia,-ae(f)
guard, protection, custody, prison
hac lege
on this condition, with this purpose
genero(1)
to beget, produce, create
globus,i(m)
round body, sphere, globe
medium
middle (of universe)
sidus, sideris(n)
constellation
animo(1)
to fill with breath or air, animate
circulus,-i(m)
circle, circular course, orbit
orbis,orbis(m)
circle, orbit
mirabilis,-is,-e
wonderful, marvelous, extraordinary
quare
for which reason, therefore
retineo,retinēre,retinui,retentum
to hold back, keep
iniussū(only in ablative)
without command
adsigno(1)
to assign, allot
defugio,defugere,defugi
to flee, shun, avoid
avus,i(m)
grandfather
gigno,gignere,genui,genitum
to beget
iustitia,-ae(f)
justice
colo,colere,colui,cultum
to cultivate, tend, care for, practice, devote oneself to
laxo(1)
to open, undo, unloose(with abl. of sep.)
accedo,accedere,accessi,accessum
to advance, go, come
educo,educere,eduxi,eductus
to lead, take(out)
eo
to that place, there
impono,imponere,imposui,impositus
to place on, put
mulier,mulieris(f)
woman;wife
multitudo,multitudinis(f)
(large)number, size
postridie(adv.)
on the day after
raeda,-ae(f)
coach,wagon
relinquo,relinquere,reliqui,relictus
to leave behind, leave
trado,tradere,tradidi,traditus
to hand over, deliver, surrender
tum(adv.)
then
uterque,utraque,utrumque
each(of two)
acer,acris,acre
fierce
at(conj.)
but
committo,committere,commisi,commissus
to entrust(w/proelium, to enter battle)
complures,-es,-a
several;many
conicio,conicere,conieci,coniectus
to throw, hurl
excipio,excipere,excepi,exceptus
to receive
gladius,-i(m)
sword
impetus,-ūs(m)
attack
procurro,procurrere,procurri,procursum
to run, rush forward
pugno(1)
to fight
vulnero(1)
to wound, inflict a wound
consequor,consequi,consecutus sum
to follow after; overtake
ibi(adv.)
in that place, there
occido,occidere,occidi,occisus
to kill
profugio,profugere,profugi
to flee, escape
tergum,i(n)
back
verto,vertere,verti,versus
to turn