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scelus, sceleris (n.)
crime, villainy
vigilia, ae (f.)
lack of sleep, wakefulness
nimis (adv.)
too, too much
quo usque...?
to what extent...? how long...?
adpetens, adpetentis (+ gen.)
covetous (of), greedy (for)
rapina, ae (f.)
plundering
varius, a, um
diverse, varied, versatile
divitiae, arum (f.pl.)
wealth, riches
dum modo
"provided that," "if only," introducing a clause of proviso
superbia, ae (f.)
haughtiness
declaro, declarare, declaravi, declaratum
to declare, announce (as elected)
agito, agitare, agitavi, agitatum
to rouse, excite (frequentive of ago)
verum
but
lubido, lubidinis (f.)
desire, lust, passion
iudicium, i (n.)
trial, prosecution
tandem
at last, finally (with "quo usque" it means "I ask you")
tantum modo
only, merely
itaque (adv.)
accordingly
invado, invadere, invasi, invasum
to enter, assail, come over
pensum, i (n.)
a thing weighed (from the perfect passive participle of the verb pendo)
dominatio, dominationis (f.)
tyranny, despotism
civilis, is, e
of a citizen (citizens), civil
comitia, orum (n.)
an assembly (of the people for voting), an election
narro, narrare, narravi, narratum
to relate
ferox, ferocis
fierce, savage
absum, abesse (irreg.), afui, afuturus
to be wanting (with a + ablative)
quam (adv.)
as...as possible
talis, is, e
such, of such a kind
quia
because
in dies
"daily," but employed with comparatives and expressions denoting increase or the opposite
imperator, imperatoris (m.)
commander, general
strenuus, a, um
active, energetic
postremo
finally, in short
memoro, memorare, memoravi, memoratum
to mention, relate
coniuratio, coniurationis (f.)
conspiracy, plot
vexo, vexare, vexavi, vexatum
to harass, trouble, disturb
vanus, a, um
worthless
popularis, popularis (m./f.)
associate, accomplice
invidia, ae (f.)
envy, jealousy
furor, furoris (m.)
madness, frenzy
aes alienum, aeris alieni (n.)
debt, indebtedness
ni
= nisi, unless, if...not
soleo, solere, solitus sum
to be accustomed
consulatus, us (m.)
consulship
memor, memoris
remembering, mindful
quasi
as if, as it were, almost
in primis = imprimis (adv.)
especially, above all
facinus, facinoris (n.)
deed, enterprise, (more commonly with a negative connotation) crime
ingenium, i (n.)
inborn nature, character, talent
studium, i (n.)
zeal, eagerness, inclination
adipiscor, adipisci, adeptus sum
to obtain, attain, secure
ceterum (adv.)
yet
considero, considerare, consideravi, consideratum
to contemplate, consider
accendo, accendere, accendi, accensum
to set on fire, inflame, excite
audacia, ae (f.)
boldness, recklessness
ius, iuris (n.)
right, justice, jurisdiction
haud
not, by no means