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officiō (obf-) ēcī, ectus, ere
hinder, oppose, thwart, obstruct
praebeō uī, itus, ēre
proffer, offer, tender
fēstīnō āvī, ātus, āre
to hasten, make haste, be in haste, hurry, be quick
prīdem adv.
long ago, long since, a long time ago
tantisper adv.
Followed by dum, all the time, for so long; for so long a time, in the meantime, meanwhile
sollicitus adj.
thoroughly moved, agitated, disturbed:
salūbris, is, e, adj.
health-giving, healthful, wholesome, salubrious, salutary
lūxus ūs
excess, indulgence, luxury, debauchery
ōrdior ōrsus, īrī
begin, commence, make a beginning, set about, undertake
ōrsa ōrum, n
an undertaking, attempt
precātiō ōnis, f
a praying, prayer
vōtum ī, n
a promise to a god, solemn pledge, religious engagement, vow
clādēs (clādis, L.) is, f
destruction, injury, mischief, harm, misfortune, disaster, loss, detriment, calamity
arceō cuī, —, ēre
hold off, keep at a distance, protect, to shut up, enclose
advena ae, m and f
a stranger, foreigner, immigrant
diffīdo fīsus sum, ere
despair, be distrustful
accola ae, m
neighbor
cessō āvī, ātus, āre
delay, loiter, cease from, stop,
ambigo, -ere
dispute, contend; go around, doubt, be uncertain
Haud ambigam hicine fuerit Ascanius an maior quam hic
nūncupō āvī, ātus, āre
to call by name, call, name
quem Iulum eundem Iulia gens auctorem nominis sui nuncupat
noverca ae, f
a step-mother, stepdame
Ascanius urbem matri seu novercae relinquit
porrigō, rēxī, rēctus, ere
to stretch out, spread out, put forth, reach out, extend
(urbs) quae ab situ porrectae in dorso urbis Longa Alba appellata
dorsum ī, n, or (old) dorsus, ī, m
back, ridge, cliff
fundō fūdī, fūsus, ere
To overthrow, overcome, rout, vanquish, put to flight; to pour
Tantum tamen opes creuerant maxime fusis Etruscis ut...
verēcundia ae, f
modesty, shame, reserve, shyness
Plus tamen vis potuit quam voluntas patris aut verecundia aetatis
partus ūs, m
Young, offspring; a bearing, bringing forth, birth, delivery
perpetua virginitate spem partus adimit
dē-fungor fūnctus, ī,
discharge, perform, finish
alveus ī, m
here: "basket"; a hollow, cavity
cum fluitantem alveum, quo expositi erant pueri, tenuis in sicco aqua destituisset...
fluitō āvī, —, āre,
to float, flow
cum fluitantem alveum, quo expositi erant pueri, tenuis in sicco aqua destituisset...
vāgītus (ūs), m
crying, squalling
lupam sitientem ex montibus qui circa sunt ad puerilem vagitum cursum flexisse
adeo mitem
so gently
lambō —, —, ere
to lick, lap, touch
lingua lambentem pueros magister regii pecoris invenerit
ad-olēscō (adul-) olēvī, ultus, ere,
to grow up, come to maturity, ripen
sēgnis e, adj.
slow, tardy, slack, dilatory, lingering, sluggish, inactive, lazy
saltus ūs, m
forest, woodland
latrō ōnis, m
highwayman, robber, footpad, bandit, brigand
sed in latrones praeda onustos impetus facere
lūdicrum ī, n
a sport, toy, public game, scenic show, stage-play
Iam tum in Palatio monte Lupercal hoc fuisse ludicrum ferunt
ūltrō adv.
to the farther side, beyond, Over and above, besides, moreover, too, furthermore
nectō ēxuī, xus, ere
bind, tie, interweave,
globus ī, m
ball, sphere, Of men, a throng, crowd, body, mass, gathering,
Romulus non cum globo iuvenum—nec enim erat ad vim apertam par—sed aliis alio itinere iussis certo tempore ad regiam venire pastoribus ad regem impetum facit
obtineō (opt-) tinuī, tentus, ēre
have, occupy, possess, preserve, keep, maintain
cum pubem Albanam in arcem praesidio armisque obtinendam auocasset
pergō perrēxī, perrēctus, ere
proceed, press on, hasten, continue, go forward, march, make haste
postquam iuvenes perpetrata caede pergere ad se gratulantes vidit
grātulor ātus, ārī,
to manifest joy, be glad, congratulate, rejoice
postquam iuvenes perpetrata caede pergere ad se gratulantes vidit
cōntiō (not cōncio), ōnis, f
assembly, gathering, audience — A discourse, oration, public address, harangue, speech
interimō or interemō ēmī, ēmptus, or ēmtus
To destroy, slay, kill; take away, do away with, abolish
Herculem in ea loca Geryone interempto boves mira specie abegisse memorant
armentum ī,
cattle for ploughing.— In gen., neat cattle, horned cattle, oxen
prope Tiberim fluuium, qua prae se armentum agens nando traiecerat
cauda, ae or (low) cōda
a tail
aversos boves, eximium quemque pulchritudine, caudis in speluncam traxit.
per-lūstrō āvī, ātus, āre
to go over, wander all through, traverse completely, —Fig., to view all over, examine, survey
Hercules ad primam auroram somno excitus cum gregem perlustrasset oculis et partem abesse numero sensisset
foras adv.
forth, out, out of doors
(uestigia) Quae ubi omnia foras versa vidit...
vādō —, —, ere
to go, walk, go hastily, proceed rapidly, rush
(Herculem) Quem cum vadentem ad speluncam Cacus vi prohibere conatus esset
clāva ae,
stick, cudgel, club
ictus claua fidem pastorum nequiquam invocans morte occubuit.
fātiloquus adj.
prophesying, prophetic, sust. prophet
(Carmentae matris) quam fatiloquam ante Sibyllae in Italiam adventum miratae eae gentes fuerant.
advena ae, m and f
a stranger, foreigner, immigrant
Evander concursu pastorum trepidantium circa advenam manifestae reum caedis excitus...
excieo and excio, -cire, -civi and -cii, -citum
call out, arouse
Evander concursu pastorum trepidantium circa advenam manifestae reum caedis excitus...
cecinit
canō cecinī, —, ere
dicō āvī, ātus, āre
to dedicate, consecrate, devote
tibique aram hic dicatum iri
(daps) dapis, f
a solemn feast, sacrificial feast
, adhibitis ad ministerium dapemque Potitiis ac Pinariis,
inclutus and inclitus (not inclytus), adj.
celebrated, renowned, famous, illustrious, glorious:
Potitiis ac Pinariis, quae tum familiae maxime inclitae ea loca incolebant,
exta ōrum, n
internal organs of the body, significant organs
Potitii ad tempus praesto essent iisque exta apponerentur,
vesco , ĕre, v. a. vescor,
to feed
Inde institutum mansit donec Pinarium genus fuit, ne extis eorum sollemnium vescerentur.
antistes itis, m and f
an overseer of a temple, high-priest, priest of a rite or a god:
fautor ōris, m
furtherer, promoter, patron
ec-quī ecquae, ecqua, or ecquod (no gen.), pron. interr. ad
Is there any? Any?
Ac plerisque rogitantibus dimissi ecquod feminis quoque asylum aperuissent
aegritūdō dinis, f
resentment, sickness, grief, affliction, melancholy
in-dīcō dīxī, dictus, ere,
to declare publicly, proclaim, publish, announce, appoint
Indici deinde finitimis spectaculum iubet;
industria ae, f
cog; Esp. abl., usu. with de or ex, diligently, assiduously, deliberately, on purpose, purposely, intentionally
Romulus aegritudinem animi dissimulans ludos ex industria parat Neptuno equestri sollemnes;
scīscitor ātus, ārī, dep
ask, inquire, question, examine, interrogate
multisque sciscitantibus cuinam eam ferrent,
molliō (mollībat for molliēbat, O.), īvī, ītus, īre
to make soft, make supple, soften
mollirent modo iras
fors fortis
chance, hap, luck, hazard, accident
et, quibus fors corpora dedisset, darent animos;
adnitor
strive after, endeavor earnestly
postmodum adv.
after a while, a little later
(vicis) only gen. vicis, acc. vicem, abl. vice, plur nom. vicēs, acc. vicīs or vicēs, dat. and abl. vicibus, f
office, duty, part: change, alternation, succession — A lot, fate, hap, condition, fortune
fungor fūnctus, ī,
to busy oneself, be engaged, perform, execute, administer, discharge, observe, do
pālor ātus, ārī,
wander, roam, saunter, be dispersed, straggle
Raptim et ad hos Romana legio ducta palatos in agris oppressit.
fundō fūdī, fūsus, ere
pour out; overcome, rout, vanquish,
Fusi igitur primo impetu et clamore hostes...
ovō —, —, āre,
to exult, rejoice
ouantem Romulum Hersilia coniunx precibus raptarum fatigata orat ut...
clādēs (clādis, L.) is, f
destruction, injury, mischief, harm, misfortune, disaster, loss, detriment, calamity
Ibi minus etiam quod alienis cladibus ceciderant animi certaminis fuit.
re-cēnseō suī, —, ēre,
To examine, review, muster, survey; to count, enumerate, number, reckon, survey:
cum ad exercitum recensendum contionem in campo ad Caprae paludem haberet
cōntiō (not cōncio), ōnis, f
assembly, convocation, gathering, audience
subito coorta tempestas cum magno fragore tonitribusque tam denso regem operuit nimbo ut conspectum eius contioni abstulerit;
sōspitō —, —, āre
to save, keep safe, preserve, protect, prosper
uti volens propitius suam semper sospitet progeniem.
discerpō psī, ptus, ere
to tear in pieces, rend, mangle, mutilate; scatter,
Fuisse credo tum quoque aliquos qui discerptum regem patrum manibus taciti arguerent;
arguō uī, ūtus, ere
to make known, show, prove, manifest, disclose, declare,
Fuisse credo tum quoque aliquos qui discerptum regem patrum manibus taciti arguerent;
īnfēnsus adj.
hostile, inimical, enraged
Namque Proculus Iulius, sollicita civitate desiderio regis et infensa patribus, gravis, ut traditur, quamuis magnae rei auctor in contionem prodit. "Romulus" inquit,
quamvis
adv. - however much, exceedingly; conj. - although
Namque Proculus Iulius, sollicita civitate desiderio regis et infensa patribus, gravis, ut traditur, quamuis magnae rei auctor in contionem prodit. "Romulus" inquit,
inclutus and inclitus (not inclytus), adj.
celebrated, renowned, famous, illustrious, glorious:
ē-dō didī, ditus, ere,
bring forth, raise, set up, produce, publish, relate, tell,
excieo and ex-cĭo , īvi or ii, itum
call out, arouse, excite
Aut quo linguae commercio quemquam ad cupiditatem discendi excivisset?
taetrĭcus (tētr- ), a, um, adj. taeter,
forbidding, stern
(eum esse) instructumque non tam peregrinis artibus quam disciplina tetrica ac tristi veterum Sabinorum,
(accītus ūs), m
a summons, call
laeva ae, f
the left hand
Augur ad laevam eius capite uelato sedem cepit, dextra manu baculum sine nodo aduncum tenens quem lituum appellarunt.
ad-uncus adj.,
crooked, bent inwards, hooked
Augur ad laevam eius capite uelato sedem cepit, dextra manu baculum sine nodo aduncum tenens quem lituum appellarunt.
lituus, i m
a crooked staff borne by an augur, augur's crook, crosier, augural wand
tum lituo in laevam manum translato, dextra in caput Numae imposita, ita precatus est:
imperītus (in-p-) adj.
with comp. and sup, inexperienced, unversed, unfamiliar, not knowing, unacquainted with, unskilled, ignorant:
rem ad multitudinem imperitam et illis saeculis rudem efficacissimam, deorum metum iniciendum ratus est.
commentus adj.
devised, invented, feigned, fictitious:
Qui cum descendere ad animos sine aliquo commento miraculi non posset,
monitus ūs, m
a reminding, warning, admonition
eius se monitu quae acceptissima dis essent sacra instituere, sacerdotes suos cuique deorum praeficere.
intercalārius adj.
for insertion, intercalary
intercalariis mensibus interponendis ita dispensavit, ut ...
vīcēsimus, vīcēnsimus, or vīgēsimus adj. num.
the twentieth
ita dispensavit, ut vicesimo anno ad metam eandem solis unde orsi essent,
mēta ae, f
—An end, period, extremity, boundary, limit; A goal, winning-post, mark
ita dispensavit, ut vicesimo anno ad metam eandem solis unde orsi essent,
nefastos dies fastosque
nefāstus adj: contrary to religion, irreligious, impious; unpropitious, on which courts or public assemblies must not sit
Idem nefastos dies fastosque fecit quia aliquando nihil cum populo agi utile futurum erat.
lūcus ī, m
a sacred grove, consecrated wood, park surrounding a temple
Lucus erat quem medium ex opaco specu fons perenni rigabat aqua.
specus ūs, m
cave, cavern, grot, den, chasm, channel, pit
Lucus erat quem medium ex opaco specu fons perenni rigabat aqua.
bīgae ārum, f
two horses harnessed to an open car; pair
Ad id sacrarium flamines bigis curru arcuato vehi iussit...
arcuātus (arquu-) adj.
bow - like, arched (rare): currus,
Ad id sacrarium flamines bigis curru arcuato vehi iussit
flāmen inis, m
a priest
Ad id sacrarium flamines bigis curru arcuato vehi iussit
socordia, ae

socor, socordis (adj)
stupidity, negligence

stupid, negligence
Ab Albanis socordius res acta;
subigō ēgī, āctus, ere
compel, drive, to drive up, bring up
(dixerunt) se inuitos quicquam quod minus placeat Tullo dicturos, sed imperio subigi;
ex-petō īvī, ītus, īre,
seek after, strive for aim at, demand, ask
Ad haec Tullus "Nuntiate" inquit, "regi uestro regem Romanum deos facere testes, uter prius populus res repetentes legatos aspernatus dimiserit, ut in eum omnes expetant huiusce clades belli."
fossa ae, f
trench
Castra ab urbe haud plus quinque milia passuum locant, fossa circumdant;
circum-dō dedī, datus, are,
to place around, cause to surround, set around
Castra ab urbe haud plus quinque milia passuum locant, fossa circumdant;
(ōrsus, ūs) m
a beginning, undertaking, attempt (only acc plur.):
prāvus adj.
improper, wrong, vicious, bad; crooked, distorted, misshapen, deformed
et quoniam recta consilia haud bene euenerant, prauis reconciliare popularium animos coepit.
prōditiō ōnis, f
a betrayal, treason, treachery:
suis per speciem societatis proditionem reseruat.
voveō vōvī, vōtus, ēre,
to vow, promise solemnly,
Tullus in re trepida duodecim vovit Salios fanaque Pallori ac pavori.
fānum ī, n
a shrine, sanctuary, temple:
Tullus in re trepida duodecim vovit Salios fanaque Pallori ac pavori.
inter-saepiō saepsī, saeptus, ēre,
To shut off, cut off, obstruct, enclose
Id factum magnae parti peditum Romanorum conspectum abeuntis Albani exercitus intersaepsit;
con-cĭĕo , cīvi, cĭtum, 2 (from the access. form concĭo , īre:
collect, assemble; excite, arouse
Elatum domo Lucretiae corpus in forum deferunt, concientque miraculo, ut fit, rei novae atque indignitate homines.
nē-quāquam & haudquaquam adv.,
in no wise, by no means, not at all:
orbitās ātis, f
destitution, bereavement, childlessness, orphanage, widowhood
(dixit) de orbitate Tricipitini cui morte filiae causa mortis indignior ac miserabilior esset.
cloāca ae, f
a canal for waste liquids, sewer, drain,
Addita superbia ipsius regis miseriaeque et labores plebis in fossas cloacasque exhauriendas demersae;
ex-hauriō hausī, haustus, īre,
to draw out, empty, exhaust; to take away, remove
Addita superbia ipsius regis miseriaeque et labores plebis in fossas cloacasque exhauriendas demersae;
bellātor ōris, m
a warrior, soldier, fighting man
(dixit) Romanos homines, victores omnium circa populorum, opifices ac lapicidas pro bellatoribus factos (esse).
exsecror or execror ātus, ārī,
to curse, utter curses, execrate, abhor
simultās ātis, gen plur. ātium, rarely ātum, f
a hostile encounter, dissension, enmity, rivalry, jealousy, grudge, hatred, animosity
Sex. Tarquinius Gabios tamquam in suum regnum profectus ab ultoribus veterum simultatium, quas sibi ipse caedibus rapinisque concierat, est interfectus.