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inspicio inspicere, inspexi, inspectus
look at, inspect, examine
custodio custodire, custodivi, custoditus
guard
supersum superesse, superfui
be left over, survive
incito incitare, incitavi, incitatus
urge on, arouse, encourage
caedes caedis, f.
slaughter, killing
dimitto dimittere, dimisi, dimissus
dismiss, scatter
obsideo obsidere, obsedi, obsessus
besiege, blockade
tumultus tumultus, m.
uproar, disturbance, civil war
fugio fugere, fugi
flee, run away, avoid
gladius gladii, m.
sword
cohors cohortis, f.
cohort, company
potior potiri, potitus sum + abl
obtain, gain possession of, possess
ignavus ignava, ignavum
cowardly, lazy
ops opis, f.
help; (plur) wealth, resources, power
rapio rapere, rapui, raptus
seize, grab, carry off, plunder
auxilium auxilii, n.
help
aggredior aggredi, aggressus sum
attack, approach
impedio impedire, impedivi, impeditus
delay, hinder
iter itineris, n.
journey, march, way
resisto resistere, restiti + dat
resist, oppose
armatus armata, armatum
armed
fuga fugae, f.
flight, escape
comes comitis, m.f.
comrade, companion
praefectus praefecti, m.
commander, governor
deleo delere, delevi, deletus
destroy
hostis hostis, m.
enemy
oppugno oppugnare, oppugnavi, oppugnatus
attack
neco necare, necavi, necatus
kill
tergum tergi, n.
back, rear
foedus foederis, n.
treaty, agreement
pedes peditis, m.
infantry
vulnus vulneris, n.
wound, injury
contendo contendere, contendi, contentus
hurry, march, contend
vis pl. vires, f.
force, violence; pl. strength, forces
evado evadere, evasi, evasus
escape, result
navis navis, f.
ship
equus equi, m.
horse
custos custodis, m.f.
guard
copiae copiarum, f.pl.
troops
agmen agminis, n.
column of men, procession
consisto consistere, constiti, constitus
halt, stand, stand firm
eques equitis, m.
knight, horseman, (pl.) cavalry
gero gerere, gessi, gestus
bear, wear, wage, manage
latus lateris, n.
side, wing
hasta hastae, f.
spear
classis classis, f.
class, fleet
captivus captivi, m.
captive, prisoner
nauta nautae, m.
sailor
acies aciei, f.
line, battle line, army
placo placare, placavi, placatus
soothe, reconcile
mors mortis, f.
death
signum signi, n.
sign, signal, standard
ferox ferocis
fierce, cruel, brave
pilum pili, n.
javelin
opprimo opprimere, oppressi, oppressus
overwhelm, crush, weigh down
insidiae insidiarum, f.pl.
ambush, trap, trick
impetus impetus, m.
attack, impulse
dux ducis, m.
leader, general, ruler
pugno pugnare, pugnavi
fight
nuntius nuntii, m.
messenger, message, news
clades cladis, f.
disaster, loss, defeat
incolumis incolume
safe, unharmed
virtus virtutis, f.
courage, virtue
victor victoris, m.
victor, conqueror
impero imperare, imperavi, imperatus + dat
order, command
fortis forte
brave, strong, bold
supero superare, superavi, superatus
overcome, overpower
exercitus exercitus, m.
army
legio legionis, f.
legion
oppidum oppidi, n.
town
effugio effugere, effugi
escape
telum teli, n.
weapon, javelin, missile
defendo defendere, defendi, defensus
defend
bellum belli, n.
war
laedo laedere, laesi, laesus
hurt, injure
navigo navigare, navigavi
sail
ruina ruinae, f.
collapse, ruin, destruction
munio munire, munivi, munitus
fortify, defend, guard
obviam eo ire, i(v)i + dat
meet, go to meet, oppose, resist
duco ducere, duxi, ductus
lead, take, marry, consider
fundo fundere, fudi, fusus
pour, shed, rout
morior mori, mortuus sum
die
arma armorum, n.pl.
arms, weapons, armour
contra + acc
against
trucido trucidare, trucidavi, trucidatus
slaughter, massacre
pugna pugnae, f.
fight, battle
se recipere
retreat, withdraw
iacio iacere, ieci, iactus
throw
audeo audere, ausus sum
dare
audacia audaciae, f.
boldness, bravery, audacity
barbarus barbara, barbarum
foreign, barbarian
centurio centurionis, m.
centurion
pax pacis, f.
peace
legatus legati, m.
commander, ambassador
tutus tuta, tutum
safe
erumpo erumpere, erupi, eruptus
burst forth, break out
circumdo circumdare, circumdedi, circumdatus
surround, besiege
socius socii, m.
ally, comrade, companion
committo committere, commisi, commissus
commit, fight
audax audacis
bold, daring
moenia moenium, n. pl.
city walls, city
vinco vincere, vici, victus
conquer, defeat, win, be victorious
vulnero vulnerare, vulneravi, vulneratus
wound, injure
interficio interficere, interfeci, interfectus
kill
ulciscor ulcisci, ultus sum
avenge, punish, take vengeance on
minor minari, minatus sum + dat
threaten
pello pellere, pepuli, pulsus
push, drive, rout
ordo ordinis, m.
rank, line, company, order
dedo dedere, dedidi, deditus
surrender
parco parcere, peperci + dat
spare
occido occidere, occidi, occisus
kill
corripio corripere, corripui, correptus
seize, carry off
castra castrorum, n. pl.
camp
praeda praedae, f.
booty, plunder
occupo occupare, occupavi, occupatus
seize, take possession of, occupy
victoria victoriae, f.
victory
ferrum ferri, n.
iron, sword
manus manus, f.
hand, band
prodo prodere, prodidi, proditus
betray
inimicus inimici, m.
enemy
instruo instruere, instruxi, instructus
draw up, prepare
praesidium praesidii, n.
protection, garrison, fortification
miles militis, m.
soldier
certamen certaminis, n.
contest, battle
capio capere, cepi, captus
take, catch, capture, choose
proelium proelii, n.
battle
hortor hortari, hortatus sum
urge, encourage
discrimen discriminis, n.
crisis, danger, difference
scutum scuti, n.
shield