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certamen, certaminis (n.)
contest, struggle, strife
factio, factionis (f.)
doing, (political) faction
peregrinus, -a, -um
foreign
recuso
to object, protest, refuse, reject
interregnum, -i (n.)
interregnum (period between one king's death and the election of his successor)
plebs, plebis (f.)
common people, plebeians, plebs.
pro
in place of
mora, -ae (f.)
delay
iustus, -a, -um
just fair
peritus, -a, -um
skilled in, experience, expert
defero, deferre, detuli, detaltum
to carry, bring, grant, award
lex, legis (f.)
law
firmo
to strengthen, consolidate
foedus, foederis (n.)
treaty
mos, moris (m.)
Custom; (pl.) habits, character
cultus, -us (m.)
cultivation, worship, training, education
concilio
to bring together, win over, bring about, acquire
conngressus, -us (m.)
meeting
luna, -ae (f.)
moon
discribo, discribere, discripsi, discriptum
to divide
caerimonia, -ae (f.)
ceremony
imitor, imitari, imitatus sum
to imitate
verto, vertere, verti, versum
to turn
quadraginta
forty
otium, -i (n.)
leisure, free time, peace
dictator, dictatoris (m.)
dictator (chosen to lead the state for six months during a crisis)
potius
rather
proelium, -i (n.)
battle
probo
to approve
trigeminus, -a, -um
threefold, triple, triplet
dispar, disparis
unequal, different
deligo, deligere, delegi, delectum
to choose, pick out
erectus, -a, -um
attentive alert
anxius, -a, -um
nervous anxious
integer, integra, integrum
unharmed, complete, whole
propero
to hurry
priusquam
before
singuli, -ae, -a
one at a time, one each
supersum, superesse, superfui
to survive, be left over.
superior, superius, superioris
higher, perivous
sustineo, sustinere, sustinui, sustentum
to hold up, sustain, withstand, endure
caedo, caedere, cecidi caesum
to cut down, to strike, to kill
spolio
to srip
abduco, abducere, abduxi, abductum
to lead away, take away
solco, solvere, solvi, solutum
to release, untie, loosen, free
iudicium, -i (n.)
judgement, decision, trial
virtus, virtutis, (f.)
virtue, courage
pestilentia, -ae (f.)
disease, plague
afficio, afficere, affeci, affectum
to affect, afflict, strike
calamitas, calamitatis (f.)
disaster, calamity
frango, frangere, fregi, fractum
to break, overcome, crush
quia
because