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arma, armorum
2n. Pl. arms; armed men
coniuratio, coniurationis
3f. Conspiracy
coniurator, coniuratoris
3m. Conspirator
consulatus, us
4m. Consulship
mons, montis
3m. Mountain
res publica, rei publicae
(5f +1/2 adj) state, republic
gratus, a, um
pleasing (to x: dat)
vetus, veteris
old, long-established
agito
1 I stir up, incite (ago + -it)
efficio
3/4 effeci, effectus I bring about (often followed by ut + subj); cause, make, complete
insum
inesse infui I am in (x:dat)
mando
1 I entrust (x acc. To Y dat)
moveo
2 movui motus I remove, move, cause, begin
narro
1 I tell, relate (x acc. To y dat)
paro
1 I prepare, get ready, provide, obtain
adeo
to such an extent
in dies
day by day
in primis
especially
quamuis
however, ever, such a (quimus + subj. - although)
aes alienum, aeris alieni
3n. + 1/2 adj. debt (lit. someone else's bronze)
aetas, aetatis
3f. Age, generation, lifetime
liberi, orum
2m. Pl. children
libido libidinis
3f. Lust
literrae, arum
1f. Pl. literature (letter)
matrona, ae
1f. Wife, mother, lady
versus, us
4m. Verse; pl, poetry
doctus, a, um
akilled (in x: abl), learned
fortunatus, a, um
fortunate, lucky (in x: abl.)
Latinus, a, um
Latin
modestus, a, um
chaste, modest, discreet
adiungo
3 adiunxi, adiunctus I join (x. acc to y dat.)
interficio
3/4 interfeci interfectus I kill
peto
3 petivi, petitus I proposition, court, beg, seek, attack, make for
aliquot
several
uel. . .uel
either. . .or
insidiae, arum
1f. Pl. trap, ambush
Italia, ae
1f. Italy
opera, ae
1f. Service (attention)
pars, partis
3f. Part
socius, i
2m. Ally, friend
telum, i
2n. Weapon
armatus, a, um
armed
diversus, a , um
different
opportunus, a, um
strategic, suitable, favorable
colloco
1 I place, station
convoco
1 I summon, call together
impedio
4 I prevent, impede, hinder
peto
3 petivi, petitus I stand for (public office)
prohibeo
2 I prevent, hinder, keep x (acc) away from y (abl. Or a (ab) +abl)
frustra
in vain
itaque
and so, therefore
postquam
after
prius
before, previously, first
auctoritas, auctoritatis
3f. Weight, authority
gens, gentis
3rf. Tribe, race; family, people
natura, ae
1f. Nature
spes, spei
5f. Hope, expectation
amplus, a, um
large, great
idoneus, a, um
suitable (for) (+dat)
notus, a, um
known, well-known
pauci, ae, a
(pl.) a few, a small number of
plerique, pleraeque, pleraque
the majority of
aperio
4 aperui, apertus I open, reveal
dimitto
3 dimisi, dimissus I send away
existimo
1 I think, consider
nosco
3 novi, notus I get to know (perfect: I know)
queror
3 deponent questus I complain
requiro
3 requisivi, requisitus I seek out; ask for
sollicto
I stir up, arouse; incite to revolt
ubi primum
as soon as (with perfect indicative)
fortuna, ae
1f. Fortune, luck; (pl.) wealth
opes, opum
3f. Pl. resources; wealth
praemium, i
2n. Prize, reward
studium, i
2n. Enthusiasm, zeal
certus, a, um
sure, certain
manifestus, a, um
in the open; obvious, clear; caught in the act
considero
1 I consider, ponder
praecipio
3/4 praecepi, praeceptus I instruct, give ordered to (x dat. To do Y: ut + subj.)
simulo
1 I feign
diu
for a long time
nondum
not yet
pro
(+abl) instead of
quam
with superlative adverb: as . . .as possible
uti
ut
caedes, caedis
3f. Slaughter, carnage
parens, parentis
3m. Father, parent; f. mother
duodecim
twelve
frango
3 fregi, fractus I break
obsideo
2 obsedi, obsessus I besiege
exemplum, i
2n. Copy; example
ius iurandum, iuris iurandi
3n. +1/2 adj. oath
cunctor
1 deponent I delay hesistate (+inf.)
brevi
shortly, soon
eo
to that place
item
likewise
propius
nearer
gladius, i
2m. Sword
pons, pontis
3m. Bridge
militaris, militare
military
timidus, a, um
frightened, fearful
cohortor
1 deponent I encourage, exhort
exorior
4 deponent exortus I arise
trado
3 tradidi traditus I hand over; hand down, relate
sicuti or sicut
just as
velut
as, just as
poena, ae
1f. Penalty
sententia, ae
1f. Opinion, judgement, sentence, maxim
committo
3 commisi, commissus I commit
conficio
3/4 confect, confectus I finish
eripio
3/4 eripui, ereptus I snatch away, rescue (x acc. From y dat.)
noceo
2 I harm (+dat)
occupo
1 I seize
patefacio
3/4 patefeci, patefactus I reveal, expose, throw open
praebo
2 I show, display (myself to be x: me + acc adj. or noun)
punio
4 I punish
iussu
by the order (of x: gen.)
nihilominus
nevertheless
porro
besides, moreover
dedecori est
it is a disgrace (for x: dat)
oneri est
it is a burden (to x: dat.)