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gener, generī (m)
son-in-law
ērumpō,-ere, ērūpī, ēruptum
to break out
suspectus,-a,-um
regarded with mistrust, suspect
prohibeō, -ere, prohibui, prohibitum
to hold back, prevent, prohibit someone (acc.) from doing something (infinitive)
validus,-a,-um
strong, powerful
tendō, -ere, tetendī, tentum
to stretch out, lay out
minor, minus, gen. minōris
smaller, younger
occāsiō, occāsiōnis f.
occasion, opportunity
cito (adv.)
quickly
dubius, -a, -um
wavering, indecisive, precarious
fāstī, -ōrum (m. pl.)
a list of festival days, calendar
suppleō, -ere, supplēvī, supplētum
to fill up, bring to full strength
damnō, -are (1)
to find guilty, condemn
admittō, -ere, admīsī, admissum
to allow, admit
cīvitāte dōnāvit
he gave ...... with citizenship
vetō, āre, vetuī, vetitum
to forbid
theātrum, -ī (n.)
theater
quisque, quaeque, quidque
each
meditor, ārī, meditātus sum
to think over, reflect on
rōstra, -ōrum, n. pl.
rostra
offēnsus, -a, -um
offended, displeased
amplius (comp. adv.)
more (than)
Īdūs, - uum f.pl.
ides (fifteenth day of March, May, July, and October, 13th day of the other months.)
Mārtius, -a, -um
of March
accēdō, ere, accessī, accessum
to approach
cōnfodiō, ere, cōnfōdī, cōnfossum
to stab
percussor, percussōris, m.
assailant, assassin
naufragium, -ī n.
shipwreck
dīversus, -a, -um
different, opposite
neuter, neutra, neutrum
neither
causam dīcere
to plead a case
studiōsus, -a, -um
eager, enthusiastic
parricīdium, -ī n.
parricide
ēloquentia, -ae f.
eloquence
patrōnus, -ī m.
patron, pleader, advocate
coniūrātiō, -nis f.
conspiracy, plot